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jfre ttgpflf flea Moiijes-ttejmblican, November Ifl, FARM BUREAU ESSAY CONTEST Plans Being Made for Ex tensive Weed Eradication Campaign for Year. SOIL IMPKOVEMENT PROGRAM THE BEST. Seed Treatment for Cora Has Paid OensfetwUj- oo Trial Plots During Past Several Tears. (By County Agent E, R. Morrison.) A prire essay contest "Why Father and Mother Should be Farm Bureau Members" is being offered by the Kossuth County Farm Bureau. The contest is open to any boy or girl attending: a school in the county. The essay may discuss in about four or five hundred words what the family means to the organlaztkm. what the organization means to the family and why a large membership is needed for aggressive activities in legislation, marketing, transportation, sen-ice department, insurance and an education nro- gram. The entries should be mailed on or before December 5 to Ray S. McWhorter, Burt, Iowa. The three best es-1 says are to be read at the annual meeting to be held December 16 in the K. of a hall, Algona. The cash prizes of $5, $3, and $1 will be award- in wasted seed, cultivation, and time when they formerly left unproductive spots in fields that can now in many cases be used normally. Fertlltwr Program Wins, The fertilizer part of the program won two firsts and sweepstakes In the men's project exhibits at the Iowa State Fair in 1929 on a booth prepared by a committee, H. J Bode of Plum Creek; Ray MeWhorter, Portland; and Tom Berg of Hebron. In connection with this exhibit ttie Algona Community club printed a leaflet which was written under the direction of the committee, which has since been used widely as a primer on fertilizer practices. The soil survey meetings that will probably be held during the coming winter will complete the series of plans on soils as a major project which will in the future in this county very likely Wesley News Items The Priscllla Phoebe society met this week Wednesday at the home of August Engstrom. Miss Freda Kyle of employed as housekeeper at the home of Viggo Klilsholm. Mrs. Peter Sfcow, who was reported 111 last week, Is now Improving and Is again able to be up and about. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Murphy and Patricia Miller were Sunday dlnne guests at the home of Ralph Valentin at Algona. Mr. and Mrs, Henry Miller and Don Hie of Mason city spent Sunday as guests In the home of her sister, Mrs Ernest Hutchison. Mrs. Lucy Pox of Zalma, Missouri came up from, her home there las week to make an extended visit with her son, Prank, and family. be carried as a sen-Ice project only. Mrs. Wallace Benton, Mrs. Quy M However, the farm bureau and its Butts, Mrs. John Amesbury and Mrs county and township organizations and W. W. Sturdivant drove to Mason City the many other local and community Wednesday to spend the day groups and individuals who have as- . sist«d in and made possible the soils _. Mr- ftnd Mrs - J - R - Wiseman return- project can well be proud of the re- hom * from Forrest, Illinois, where - several _.,,„ i»»u«i i KL «r,,™. ; c ** Te ™* Bergeson before returning to her home. Another sis- Lake is *"i Mary Hutchlnson of Fort Dodge and the Bergesons of Hobarton spent Sunday at the Hutchinson homes. Mr. and Mrs. David Johnson and family of Corwlth and the Emil Bor- enson family of Corwith, Viggo Kiilsholm and children and Rev. Erick Bach were entertained at a seven o'clock chicken dinner Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Wester in honor of Mrs. Johnson's birthday. The tafant son of the Johnsons received holy baptism and was christened the name James Karl. The Mesdames Charles Murphy, John Hutchison, J. L. Haverly, Fred Looft, John Ormsby, Henry Kunz H J Braley and Miss Isabel Kerrins drove to Britt Friday afternoon where they attended a bridge party sponsored by the Royal Neighbor lodge of Britt. The party was given at the Allison hotel with eleven tables of bridge played. An elegant lunch was served and the ladles bespeak well of the hospitality shown them by the Britt members. \pjijy i ]j\jtf^ WVrWMVVrVrWIMrWWft suits in comparison with similar work) in other localities. Seed Corn Treatment. went to attend the funeral of her father who died three weeks ago. Mrs. Henry Kunz entertained her R. H. Porter, plant pathologist of brld & e club Thursday afternoon. A de- Iowa State College Extension Sen-ice, llcous lunch followed the usual cards, assisted cooperators in Kossuth county Irs ' **" during the past year on trials with score> seed corn treatments dusts. Three Mr. varieties of dusts were used in treat- ily . Kouba, Jr., held the high A thimble and needle party Is planned by the Ameiican Legion Auxil- iv-y to on held tnis Thursday night ueginniim at se/_>.i o'- IcJ at thrlr club rocms over the Kleia-jeter store. The adles plan to tla two quilts which mve been pieced by the members and White's Grocery Knock 'em Silly Specials Friday and Saturday SARDINES, 1 lb. oval> 2 for ___. PEACHES, No. 10 Yellow pie _. APRICOTS, No. 10 Porterville __ COFFEE 333 McLaughlin's, 3 Ibs. .19c .48c 59c 59c SALMON, one pound tall, 2 for CRANBERRIES, two pounds for MARSHMALLOWS, fresh, two pounds ___: COFFEE, 99%, McLaughlin's, 3 Ibs. . .23c _32c .29c 1.00 ed. Weed Eradication. Plans are now being made for an extensive weed eradication campaign during the coming year. The support of the entire community will be enlisted at a meeting early next year, -which will include the board of supervisors, township trustees, weed commissioners and township farm bureau representatives and others interested. R. H. Porter, extension botanist, will •outline methods of conducting the "campaign in other localities and suggested methods of eradication, as practiced in counties doing extensive era- •dication work along this line during thr past season. Many farmers and landowners of Kossuth county have urgently requested some unified effort on the part of all interested in this work and by getting an early start, it is hoped that some real gain may be made during the coming season on the weed problem. Soil Improvement Program. The noil anprovement program as carried on during the past several years by the Kossuth county farm bureau in cooperation with the Soils Extension Service of Iowa State College, was November 8, judged as one of the best in the middle west and one of ten best in the United States. The Judging committee consisted of such men as John R. Hutchison, director of Virginia Extension Service, chairman; D. J. Burleson, Arkansas: M. J. Funchess. Alabama; M. O. Pence, Indiana; Robert Ml Salter, Ohio; T. J. BJlevers, Massachusetts; R. I. Throck- ing three varieties of corn which were Friday until Monday at thehome ol hand planted in the same field, thus her aunt and uncle Mr and Mre assuring the correct number of ker- est Bauer nels in each hill. All three of the corn varieties showed . Mra - frank Bonnstetter and two a gain for each of the three dusts the cl "ldren returned home Thursday from average for all dusts on the three var- Gol dfield, where they had been since ieties being 5 3 bushels per acre, 3.0 the Sunt "*y before Visiting in her par- bushels and 05 bushels respectively. Dntal n °<ne. Average gain for all dusts on all var- Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Hildman and -ties was 3.1 bushels per acre. two daughters of Whittemore spent The seed corn used came from three Sunday at the homes of their uarents different men, but all seed used was the Charles Downs family and Mrs' from tested ears. However, variation Katherine Hildman. in time of picking, method of storing _, „ „ and maturity of variety may have had T ? le Nathan Studer family have some effect. Seed treatment has paid a . ga r n J 56611 made great grand parents, consistently on trial plots in the coun- , ™°Y daughter came recently to ty during the past several years, al- B' a ° de n the home of Mr. and Mrs. though disease present, the variety us- ™ ois Riwhmeier at the St. Francis ed. weather conditions at planting hos P ltal at Waterloo, time, all have some effect on the ex- The Misses Mayme and Frances tent of gain by treatement. Treat- Roadinger left Wednesday night for ment has not helped dead seed, but Arizona, where they expect to spend good seed, well stored plus dust treat- the next four months. Mayme, who is ment is being found to help consider- a nurse, will procure employment and ably hi assuring good stands particul- Frances also expects to work. Mrs. John Amesbury who has been appointed chairman of the Red Cross membership drive at Wesley, assisted by Mrs, Charles Murphy, were busy arly during wet, cool spring seasons. Wesley Twin Boy Died Last Friday. Wesley, November 18. Special: A little chair at the W. E. Trafford home has been left permanently vacant by the death of their little' son, Clare, which occurred Friday night following n three weeks' illness with intestinal flu. Every care that loving hands and medical aid could give him, failed to carry the dear one through his fight for life. CLittle firoth er, ittle Clare was born with his twin >ther, Clarence, on September 26, 1929, to a farm near Sexton. Last, spring the family moved to the Price Lloyd farm bordering town on the The outline of this program as prepared and submitted to Director R. ~K. Bliss of the Iowa Extension Service, who forwarded it to the nation-al committee, showed in detail the ex• tent, kind and amount of work done "by local groups and individuals in the -development of the program. The rsummary showed that farm groups, :fann leaders, community clubs, busi- •ness men, local cooperative and social organizations had some part in the set up that made the dissemination of j information which made the original work possible. Increase in Results. In results for example alfalfa acreage in about ten years jumped from less than 700 to almost 17,000 acres. Legume seed sales increased almost twenty-five per cent in the last year and almost 150 per cent in the past five years. Legume seed sales including alfalfa, clovers and soybeans reached nearly 400,000 pounds through local dealers, which does not include the large amount shipped in direct from outside seed houses. Seeding of these clovers running from eight to twelve pounds means thousands of acres of cheap protein feed for livestock and by soil improvement means reduction in cost of production by many fewer acres to be S^rS^d^oUr^rk to S < t^'brother^hrie^vennr^ various states, acted in behalf of theJi^. S Lid Ru?h AdaT^ other brothers, Victor and Private funeral sen-ices were held at the home Sunday afternoon where many friends had gathered for the last sad rites. Rev. C. H. Moore had charge of the sen-ices. A ladies' quartette sang two songs. Burial was mtde in the Wesley Evergreen cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Traflord and fam- Silas Skow spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Fort Dodge where he was called to serve on the grand jury in federal court. L. L. Lease spent from Wednesday until Saturday there where he sen-ed as one of the petit jurors. Friends from afar who came to used by the disabled World War vet- Joyed at the close of the evening's work. Rev. Erick Bach arrived Wednesday morning from his home at Ludington, Michigan, having been called here by the illness of Mrs. Kiilsholm. Mrs Bach and Mrs. Kiilsholm were sisters and she was unable to come at this time Inasmuch as they have a two weeks' old baby in their home. Rev Bach conducted services at the Congregational church Sunday and gave a very good sermon to the many mem- jers and guests who had come out to hear him. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Uhlenhake and two children visited from Monday until Wednesday with his parents and other relatives here. J. p. has gone back to Stockholm, Wisconsin, where he has again taken up the cashiership at the state bank. For a number of months he was cashier at a bank at Menominee, but Stockholm could not get along without him so he moved bade. John is surely making good and at one time was the youngest bank cashier in the state of Wisconsin. is visiting her sister, Mrs. H. D. Rista and other relatives this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mason and fam ily from Algona spent Sunday with the W. B. Mason family of LuVerne. Lyle Miller, student at Cedar Falls spent over Sunday with his father, A MUler brother ' Mrs. Clarence Wilcox and Mrs. Walter Donath of Waterloo, Mrs.'Chester Smith of Sexton and Clare Robison of Irvington, all children of Charles Robison, and then- families came home for the week end to spend Sunday in celebration of then- father's birthday. A huge pheasant dinner with all the trimmings and a birthday cake was prepared for Sunday in honor of Mr Robison. Other members of the fain- Rev. G. L. Bergman of Fort Dodge conducted communion services in the Evangelical church Sunday forenoon. An Armistice Day program was held Tuesday by the school. The high school orchestra furnished the music Mrs. Verna Thompson from Ledyard spent Thursday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W< B. Mason. rhPir inTr ~«L * * me M pay Kobison. Other members of the fam- v£ ^ ^W, to 8 dear frlenc '-l u y borne included Glenn and Ken- Saturda^?np^^ 0 i7' &t ,, /, funeral n eth. Pearl, who attends school at inuay UlClUuea MT. and Mrs. ROSS' New TTnmntnn onA ctotre, rolfVi *,«.* . . New Ham Pt°n, and stays with her ily have the sympathy of their many friends in their bereavement. ST. JOE NEWS. Miss Susie Neaber was a caller a Algona Friday. Andrew Erpelding was a caller at West Bend Sunday. Mrs. Philip Fourage was quite ill for a few days last week. Peter Zeimet was a business caller at Fort Dodge last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. George Thul were business callers at Humboldt last Friday. Mrs. John Thul and daughter, Clara, and Alice Phillips were shoppers at Algona Saturday. There was a gathering of relatives at tiie home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter plowed, cultivated and harvested to | Kirsch last Sunday, supply the needed grain crop. I Potash for alkali and phosphate for! A group of young men from here peat and muck while not extensive, still mean a normal return on an acre here unci a few acres there which cost the county many thousands of dollars Pie Social and Program drove to Cylinder Saturday to try the pheasant hunting in that vicinity. Mi', and Mrs. Dominic Zeimet spent Sunday at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zeimet. Mrs. Henry Zeimet '.vas called to •n • J -rt IT «.. . o : .n.'.ci nLiiL^fa wuo fly Friday Eve., Nov. 21st g | for George -rum. the i at district number two, Plum 3 Cn-ek township, iwo miles north o; of Center school. Pie and ice 3 cream for those not buying pies. 3 Free coffee for evervone. *2 Geiievleve Altwegg, Teacher. o; | West Bend to the home of her dautrh- .o; | t(-r, Mrs. John Kenna to help care for Jj j a sick child. Axel Hanson who has been working •i George Thul, the las: two Masons, has moved his family to Pomeroy, where he lias engaged in the shoe repairing business. There will be a prenuptial miscellaneous shower in honor of Irene Faber at the Leonard Thilges home next Wi-diu-sday evening. The hostesses are Mrs. Will Sanble all of Alta. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Westergaard and family of Fort Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Anderson of Humboldt buttermaker attended the funeral of their friend, Mrs. Viggo Kiilsholm, on Saturday. They were entertained at the Emil Wester, home for the evening meal. Mrs. c. J. Primsing and three children returned to then- home at Melvln Wednesday after several weeks' visit at the home of her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Matern. While here, the three children contracted the flu, which in the case o fthe oldest daughter resulted in pneumonia. The Methodist quarterly conference met Monday afternoon at the church in Wesley. It was expected that Rev. Lease was to be prsent. The adult Sunday School class held their monthly social meeting this week Tuesday evening at the parsonage. Mrs. C. H Moore is their present instructor. Superintendent •£. R. Swaason Coach Edwin Klooz, Arlo Dawson and Henry Looft drove to Mason City on Tuesday evening where they went to attend the night football game played between Mason City and Charles City m which the Mason City team came out victorious by a large number of scores. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Giddings has received word from their son, Glenn, A happy group of ten couples gathered at the J. L. Haverly home Sunday evening at the invitation of Mrs. Haverly to help her husband celebrate his birthday. Bridge at five tables w#s played with first prize for the ladies going to Mrs. Henry Looft and first prize for the men to Mr. Looft. Delicious refreshments added to the pleasure of the evening. The guests to- eluded Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Becker and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker of Algona, Alf. L. Studer, Charles Murphy, Henry Haverly, Jack L. Studer, George Aidrich, Fred Looft Henry Looft and wives of Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Max Block returned home Tuesday from their visit with relatives in Geneseo, and Atlanta, Illinois. Luella Blumer drove to Newton on Wednesday where she spent a few days with her niece, Mrs. E. E. Alger and husband. Hulda Frietzmeier has taken a position as secretary for the Child's Conservative League at Grand Island, Nebraska. Mr. and Mrs. DeRae Godfrey were business callers in Fort Dodge Monday. DeRae's brother, Glenn, accompanied them home. The Thompson Lumber company has been enlarging its sheds, making them somewhat larger to cover all lumber outside of the old covers. The Methodist Ladies' Aid sodiety will hold their bazaar November 22 at the city hall. Supper will be served in connection with the bazaar. Several old friends from LuVerne attended the funeral services for Mrs. John Blumer at Renwick last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Blumer were residents of LuVerne for eleven years. Lloyd Schenck home at Burt last Friday evening to make preparations for the banquet which takes place next month. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Boles of Boone, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gibson and family of Havelock were guests Saturday at the Ben Gould home. Mrs. Boles is a sister of Mr. Gould, the Gibsons are former neighbors. Mr. and Mrs. Boles drove as far as Irvington on Thursday where they visited relatives, leaving Friday for Titonka, thence back to the Gould home on Saturday. Phet.sant hunting was the main object of the visit. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gould were somewhat surprised last week when their two sons, Albert and Kenneth, started making preparations for installing a new radio. On making inquiries ihey were informed that they were to the recipients of a new radio as i Christmas present from them, but the boys explained that they were installing it a trifle early so they could une to on some of the excellent programs that precede Christmas tune. LEDYAED NEWS. Dr. and Mrs. Williams are under the doctor's care this week. Mrs. Williams had to have her ear examined and lanced by a specialist. Miss TJm- land from Otho is caring: for them. Glen Yahnke was a business caller here Monday. Mrs. Ed. Knoner was visiting her parents at Lakota Tuesday. Mrs. Ed. Halverson was visiting her mother at Frost on Tuesday. George Dunn was transacting business at Algona Saturday morning. Miss Barbara Wylam spent the week end visiting her parents at Hawkeye. Mrs. Ed. Knoner and Mrs. George Thompson were shoppers at Algona Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Worden and son The seven year old son,' Arlie, of Mr. and Mrs. Charles' Goetsch, was taken to the Fort Dodge hospital &£>ndau, very ill with pneumonia. He was brought back Satuiday very mue.a improved. Mrs. C. D. Bemis from Storm Lake and Mrs. V. E. Stephenson from Algona, spent Wednesday with the Hal Rogers family. Mrs. Stephenson spent a short while at the'BUI Davis home with her daughter, Mrs. Helea Davis. spent Sunday at the Eugene Worden home near Elmore. Mr. and Mrs. George Looft and Mildred Vaughan were shoppers at Blue Earth Wednesday ' " Mr. and Mra. Dutton of Al- LUVERNE NEWS. , that he passed the June examinations which he took and was awarded his diploma as a doctor of philospohy H-> took his degree at the University of Wisconsin and at. present is a profes- -or in physics at the DePauw Univer- ity in Indiana. Prof. E. R. Swanson motored to Swea City Saturday where he went to elp his brother who lives on the Julia Thilgts Agatha Thilges, Sylvia T:iik;e.s, Cornelia Faber, Theresa Miil- or, MM. J. Orifjer and Mary Thilges. ••••••••I -£3 Closing Out Sale As I am (lisroiitinuiii- U,,. l la j-ilwaiv few Majestic nn»vs, also i\ Vu ..irml and a few healing stoves. lin T l,a\-c- a heaters. In order to mov<> ihem quickly | W JH ,, ia ]. ;( . , ()lne very atfractive prices 1u dean'them nut. W. J. SIGSBEE Plumbing and Heating. Home Utilities Swanson homestead there put in a foundation for a new granary being built upon the place. Their mother vho has been here visiting from time o time with her son. has gone to Cali- ornia. where she will enjoy the win- er months. Mrs. John Ormsby received word on Saturday that her brother, Emmett .IcCrodden, had been seriously injur- d in a car accident that morning vhile driving to work. He suffered cuts and bruises about the head which ha-s endangered his brain. Mr. Me- Crodden holds employment with a. con- siruction company and was run into by another car. A group of members of the D. of A. lodge sponsored a bridge and five hundred card party at the lodge hall on Saturday aftcrnrxjn. Six tables of caids were enjoyed at which Mrs. Susie Gray won tne prize in bridge and Mrs. John Orrnsby in five hundred. The score nearest to one thousand was awarded the prizes. A nice lunch was stiTtd late in the afternoon. : Mr. and Mre. John Wirth and fam- i iJy of Gilbert,, Cleo and Edward Wirth, Lawrence, Alfred and Edward Baldus of Story City, peter Wirth and daughter. Betty, of Gilbert, were last week visitors and guests at the Ed. Hildman. George Hildman and Wm. Foertsch homes. The two Mrs. Hild- i mans, Mrs. Foertsch and John and | Peter Wirth are sisters and brothers. Mrs. Ralph Faircloth and twin girls Jean and Maxme, have spent the past two weeks visiting in the" home of her parents, Mr. and Mre. Wm. Hutchinson. They left Sunday night for Ho- Ed. Dehnert had business in Humboldt Friday. Mrs. Leander Barton has been quite ill the past week. Mrs. Fred Plumb entertained <)h.e Tuesday club last week. Mrs. Cecil Huff has been ill with tonsilitis the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Merkle had business in Algona Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Wegner have a new baby girl, born November 9. Mrs. Irvin Hof entertained the bridge club at her home Monday night. Roy Peitzke and family drove up to LuVerne Friday from Webster City. Dorothy Hanselman spent the week end with her sister, Edna, in Mason City. Mrs. W. F. Godfrey, son DeUae and wife were Algona shoppers on Thursday. Virginia Mae Davis, one year -ild is very ill with pneumonia at this writing There was an old time dance on Saturday night at the Walter Hunt jme. Chris Gronbach has started the work on his hatchery in the south part of town. Mrs. Cecil Huff has been suffering from quinsy due to a recent attack of the flu. The Progressive club met at the home of Mrs. p. c. Liehty Friday af- ~rnoon. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Curran from Elkhorn, Wisconsin, is visiting friends here this week. The two year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. McVey is very ill with the pneumonia. Mrs. Harry Shurtz from Eagle Grove was a visitor in the Hal Rogers home Friday and Saturday. Dr. Janse was a frequent caller in LuVerne last week, being called by the several cases of sickness. Arthur Hanlesman and Rueben Grell of Garner spent Saturday at the Charles Hanselman home. Mrs P. V. Jaiue and daughter, Mrs. Millor. from Algona were callii.w on /rieuds here last Wednesday. Mrs. Clarence Jergensen from near Corwlth spent Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wolfe. Mrs. Flossie Beebe from Fort Dodge UNION NEWS. f^i^fffxaasysxa^^ Melvin and Elmer Alt helped. James Coady pick his corn getting through last Friday. H. Adams of Spencer was a guest at the James Coady home during the pheasant season. A group of young folks thought the could do what their elders did so the held a party last Saturday evening a the Sexton hall. The boys paid fo the hall and the girls took charge o the lunch. An excellent time was re ported. Mr. and Mrs. John Jacobs were hos and hostess to about fifty of the! neighbors and friends at the Ameri can Legion hall in Algona last Satur day evening. Dancing was the enter tainment with a lunch which was serv ed at the close of the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Will were guests Sunday evening at the John Shealer home in Lotts Creek, where they attended a shower given in honor of Miss Erma Nass, daughter o: Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nass of Lotts Creek, who will be one of the popular winter brides. The program committee for the Mothers and Daughters club which consists of Mesdames Luella Schenck and Lillian Jones and Messrs. Harry Ward and Frank Hofius met at the gona were callers at the Ed. Campbell home Monday afternoon. Several from a distance were here enjoying the open season on pheasants Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson and daughter of Chicago are here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Qus Anderson. The Ace Worden family and the Jesse O'Keefe family attended a Warner family reunion at Fenton last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Laurltzeu spent several days last week at Des Molnes attending the state teachers' convention. D. A. Carpenter was at Winnebago Monday. He took Mrs. Lobb home, who had been visiting at the Carpenter home. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Anderson and baby of Clarksville spent several days last week here visiting with Mr. Anderson's parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Campbell and children of Seneca and Mrs. McChane of Lake Crystal spent Friday evening visiting at the Ed. Campbell home. The Women's Foreign Missionary society met at Lakota last Wednesday with Mrs. Moe. A large crowd from here attended and a most enjoyable lesson was had. The first basket ball game of the season was held here Armistice Day night. Whittemore played here. They won the girls' game but the Ledyard boys came out victorious by Just one point. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Halverson and children spent Sunday at Frost visiting with Mrs. Halverson's mother, who was celebrating her seventy-fifth birthday. There were between fifty and sixty guests present. Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Wlese were visiting at the Albert Brandt home here last week. They were on their way from Michigan, where he has been working the past two years to northern Minnesota to visit with his parents. The beet loading Is progressing nicely this year. Other years they have been! loaded by a crew of men shoveling them'onto the cars. This year they'have a crane and bucket operated by one man. Twenty cars can be loaded In a day. 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 jIUBffiFI (/jw^^^^w WtS make your DOUBLE-EDGE , RAZOR (old or new model) ^BEJTERRAIOR • or your money back 1 fPUTIN 5OfORHV( Guaranteed by PROBAK CORPORATION AuloSaop Solely lai« Co, kt, N. 1. {. DAYS OF SUFFERING NOW QUICKLY ENDED The ncit time you ilirt one of tbcu djr» in Iht intlant rtlltf you g,t urith Dillard't Atpitgwi. Almoil before jrou know it the pjio duappejri. your nerve» luddenly reUx i« * u.^rj^^.ftLElf'pT'ip F ? Br chewing gum form. Now you eju take Hplrja W. B. QUARTON H. W. MILLER ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kossuth County State Bank Office Phone, 427. ALGONA, IOWA. J. W. Sullivan s. E. McMahon L. E. Llnnan SULLIVAN, McMAHON & LINNAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over County Savings Bank ALGONA, IOWA. KOSSUTH COUNTY STATE BANK ALGONA, IOWA. CAPITAL & SURPLUS Officers: . Wadsworth, Chairman of th» of Directors. H. E. Rist, President, dent H ' Wadsworth - Plrs t Vice President S ' Buchanan - Se cond Vice Presi- J. B. Auner, Cashier. E. J. McEvoy, Asst. Cashier L. C. Reding, Asst. Cashier E. A. Schemel, Asst. Cashier. Directors: T H. Wadswortt J. W. Wadsworth *-" J. Van Ness 8. Buchanan E E. J. 8. Auner «. J. VAN NESS & G. V>. 3TILLMAM LAWYERS Office over Iowa State Bank. Phone 213-W Algona, Iowa t. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office to Quinby Building. Phone 180 ALGONA, IOWA. Oaylord D. Shumay Edward D. Kelly SHUMWAY & KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Quinby & Krause Bulldin PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS THE ALGONA HOSPITAL Phono 250 KENEPICK & CRAWFORD Office Phone 300 n ir 0Reslde nce Phones: Pr-Jteneflck, 67 .. Pr . Crawford. 115 C. H. CRETZMEYER PHYSICIAN & SURQEON Glasses Fitted Algoua, Iowa Phone 66 E. C. McMAHON Attorney at Law Office over Quinby & Krause Bids L irrni-»r» Tm.. n _., »*-o« Phone 12 Igona, Iowa VETERINARIAN. L, W. FOX. Veterinarian ilgona office at the old Dr Buyer. *"ce. Office phone 476-W; Resldenci n '.?' Wm bave man at otrj c« *' all times. ALQONA. IOWA MORTICIAN L. M. MERHITT Mortician & Funeral Dlreotot Phone No. 11, ALOtONA. IOWA. INSURANCE. CITY PROPERTY LOANB FARM LOANS REAL ESTATE INSTJRANOI OP ALL KINDS CUNNINGHAM & IACT Phone 598 107 W State 8. ALOONA TOWA ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY n o TR A e « a . b Jl e « Insuran ce Service 0. R. LABARRE AL PALKENHAINER Phone 55 First door north Iowa state Bank omce. calls made after 8:30 n m IOWA. 444. FRASER, M. D PH ,YSICIAN AND SURGEON DRp. E. WALLEY 3BSS3BSSSB- Located over Zender & Oaldwell* Clothing Store. Phones-Office 79, Residence 211. IOWA. „ JANSE, M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON 0 . omce on South Dodge St Phone No.-R es . 368; Office 668 PR. II, M. OLSON DENTIST . . ulmby Bldg. D B. c. DENTIST * *

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