costly for the the five-inning and Wilhelmi Academy Bows In Ball Game, 5*4 Emmetsburg Catholic high took the measure of St. Cecelia's baseball team from Algona, Wednesday of last- week, 5 to 4, at Emmetsburg. .„ Errors proved ...Algona. -nine in "contest.-" • ^ .JtfMtev.': Winter. „ _ scored the Algona runs. Buscher led the hitting with two safe bin- glos, while White and Winter also collected a hit apiece. Emmetsburg banged out five hits. The sectional tournament opens in this area at Whittemore and Titonka. .Both Algona teams are playing,at Whiltcmore, and arc matched against each other Saturday morning. Algona high moots St.. Cecelia's. Next week's games with Corwith and Titonka are booked by the Academy, depending on the weather. Build Home, Move It To A Farm Down at the Herman Pooch farm, near Oltosen, the living problem for a newly married son and. his bride has been temporarily solved. A single room home. 12x20 feet in si/.c, \VLIS constructed at the Norton Lumber Co. yard here, and hauled to UK- Pooch farm, Monday morning. It has a shin- gl'-rl, hip roof and four-inch pine lloorim.;. There arc six windows, including two dormer windows, in tli;} building, and it cost less than $500, painted and delivered to \he farm. Sometime in the future the single room structure will be utilized for other farm use, when tiic young couple can build a larger home or make other arrangements. In the meantime, it solves the "housing problem" Aged Woman 8s Injured In Fall Mrs. Alma O. Johnson. S3. who makes her home with a daughter. Mrs. Wm. Rath, suffered' a painful head injury Thursday at 2 o'clock m tiie morninn. She" got out of 1» cl and was either seized witji a diz/.v spell or slipped, she isn't sure which. < in the resultant fall Mrs. Johnson hit her head on a chest of drawers and was knocked unconscious. It. was half an hour be- Tuesdciy - Wednesday, May 4-5 MIGHTIEST OF OUTDOOR PICTURES! Spectacle! hrills Romance! Co-Hit Marie Wilson in "LINDA BE GOOD" Thurs. - Fri. - Sat., May 6-7-8 WILLIAM BOYD with GEORGE HAYES STEPHEN MORRIS RUSSELL HAYDEN MURIEL EVANS JOHN BEACH '- PUtributed by ' ouao Co-Hit—Warren Dcugicts in "THE TRESPASSER' Added Serial—"SEA HOUND' to b'e norfe-Sie-Wo^se* for her" experience. A year ago in December Mrs. Johnson broke her left hip in a fall arid has recovered so as to be able to get aroiind very well. Cars Collide On So. Phillips St. Considerable damage was done to two automobiles and minor injuries were suffered by two local men, in a motor collision, Wednesday evening of last week on South Phillips St. A car driven by J. M. Thilges, 68, who recently moved to Algona, was entering the driveway nto a filling station and cut across the road. Ed Ostrtim, driving a machine going in the other direction, swerved up into the drive in an effort to avoid a collision but one happened anyway. Thilges suffered from shock, and Mrs. Thilges had her right arm bruised. Ostruni suffered' rib ligament injuries, but was released after medical attention. Cooler Explodes, Man Is Injured Lakota — Ike Harms, Buffalo Center, was seriously injured Tuesday of last week when a pop cooler exploded in his face while he was taking it apart at his iunk pile, about a block from his home. His mouth and lungs were badly burned and ho has not been able to see since the accident and altogether he is in a critical condition. Just what time the accident happened is not definitely known, as a passerby found Harms lying there. A son and wife. Mr. and Mrs. George Harms, are helping care for him. The Harms family were residents of Lakota for' many vears before moving to Buffalo 'enter. Carriers 4th In Drab Relay Run Ten Algona boys who carry Des Moines Register and Tribune here turned out at 6 o'clock Friday morning and left at 6:30 for Des Moines to lake part in a spe'cial feature at the Drake relays. ' Don Hemmingsen, city manager for the papers at Algona, and Don Nelson,, took the boys. They were to participate in a 440 yard relay. There are 31 Carriers here and last Wednesday they had an elimination run at the Athletic park. Winners who qualified for the Des Moines trip were Nickie Reding, Richard Webster, Ray Schenck, Don Cook, Terry Cook, Jim Jim Scanlan, Jerry Ferris, Tom Jasperson, Francis Woodcock, arid George Meyer. When the boy's got to Des Moines they had another elimination run at 10:30 at the Roosevelt high schooh Richard Webster, Ray Sehenek, Tom Jasperson and George Meyers ran in the relays. Francis Woodcock was substitute but did not run. This is the first time a special feature for the newspaper carriers has been held in connection with the relays. The Algona boys won fourth place and each contestant was presented with a bronze medal. $3,000 Legion Fund On Public Service When members of the American Legion post here totaled up their expenditures for the past year they found they had spent approximately $3,000 for items of a public service nature. Largest single expenditure was for Junior Legion baseball. The Legion gave $1,289.93 to this project, and a good team resulted, one that went to the state tournament. The firing squad project cost a 7^- Most of us throw every safeguard possible around our property. Homes, automobiles, and valuable personal property are carefully insured against losses by fire, theft, and storm. We insure our lives to protect the economic well-being of our dependents. . Yet health, on which depends oUr ability to earn these material comforts, is^pften comp|gtely g neglected. Good,^ health is too frequently taken for granted until it is lost.. It is wise to protect this priceless asset. Include a health! examination for every member of the family in your yearly,' budget. When medicine is prescribed, bring the prescription to us for prompt, economical service. PHONE? 252 ALGONA; IOWA With This New one Cnd |ob, thli "QyiCK AXlf CONVCRTIR" l» ea»y to attach to any "Row Crop" tractor. II takai only 15 • Ither to a "Row Crop" or "Wldo With your "Row Crop" tractor ertod Into a "Widci Front •a many •»he«l In (urrow - no mar* mud and mow clogging - .oil.r la op. • rote - ite.rt perfectly — op.r* atet faftar — much »af*r — wioft l«»i fuel - r.duc.l tiro w.ar - nnd giv«« you mar* work days. And ft'» cosy ta convort back lo a "Row Crop" tractor again. No tpxclal tooli r.quired. ORDIft Toc>A Q r" eK * * l ' CONVI "'°"" ~" Fits all ROW CROP TRACTORS ONLY • $167.50 F.O.B. FACTORY ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER Wqlt and Deb Hall COMMERCIAL ST. Phone 52 PONTIAC total of $808,09,;. , *„„>*, Othet e6ft|fi|M|l6l!i Wfei-6: ton* ni^ couru. slw.ISj Mftmi band banquet, $76; Bo>, gfcdttt round' W>. $?S; boys to Bo^' State,.$46; Memorial Day eere|ttoftieSr$62 50 advertising for arnied service enlistments and other public service advertising, $9T.80. A number of; chaHtable contributions and gifts o! ir.personal nature round out the donations of Hagg Post. List Of Those At Higgins Rites funeral services for Gapt. Wm. B. Higgins, whose body was returned from overseas, were held Thursday at St. Michael's church in Whittemore. Relatives and friends who came from 1 a distance to attend the rites were: Mr. and Mrs. Don Sylvester and -"&• Mrs vMargaret Sylvester •-- Bob Sylvester, Mh. and Mrs. Charles Giessoh, Mrs. John Koval, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Largin, Mrs. Mae McCleod, and Edna McDonnell all of Sioux City. Mr and Mrs. Ray Higgins, Mason City; Betty Ann McEnroe, Maplcton; Mrs. Carl Spies, Mrs ,Wm*Jra$raiek trf Smetttsj^f 1 ^S^M^SwjtM Mn, jami Hfvr mminifo «m s».>i *'^$!^ & EAiaittit M Student Workers Need S, S. Cards High school students who plan to .work >m commercial or 1 industrial employment during the summer vacation should mak6 sure that they have social seeur* ity account number cards and tyiat their employers copy thfeir names and numbers correctly, Clifford W. Swedlurfd, manager of the Fort Dodge office of the Social Security Administration, said today. A representative of the Fort Dodge office is at the employment service office in Algona on the second Tuesday afternoon of each month in order to assist res- dents of this area;' in filing claims for old-age and survivors nsurance benefits and to answer any questions they may have about the social security pro* gram. His next visit will be on May 11. 7 ^'SitiSiStel .vet House Bought For McEnroe farm southwest . ta to the Mclftroe farfh, HOUSE" was f«eemiy lire, fhto DHtMftri plan td l&tiiit?a new bric-k house on the far» aftd will move to the Pffebfe« farm several mites nerth'of them till & their new; hjHhe is fcempleted, Crowned King Whittmore-daw'oll „ „, son of Mr. and, Mrs. Harry Schmeling tt Whittemore, was crowned king' of the: annual Junior-Senior banquet held in the Kermore .Motel,' ~ ' Tuesday evening USE ?HB>WAHT ADS at CHRISTENSEN'S Our Entire Sto^ck of Women's, Misses and Junior Now offered at drastic reductions TWO GROUPS-EXTRA SPECIALS \ 'V Values to $39.75 Values to $59.50 \ Clearance Clearance $19.95 $29.95 All Other Suits ct! Clearance Prices Q^ /GCf/'Gf/lCG Offering our complete stock of Children's, Juniors, Misses' and SPRING COATS A real value on these fine quality coats. Highly desirable fabrics, styles and colors. Coats — Shorties — and the Longer Garments Values to $39.75 Values to $55.00 Clearance Clearance $25.00 $35.00 ONE GROUP OF Prints, Rayons, Gabardines-Styles Suited for Spring Wear. DRESSES One Large Rack Loaded with Attractive Dresses Your Choice - Vb Price : Gift Suggestions for Mother Mothers Day—Sunday, May 9th "Quaker" Lace Cloths "Oyr Health" and "Chatham" Wopl Blankets Lunch Cloths and Sets Nylon How-Slips Gloves Costume Jewelry ses Hankies Glpves Custume Jewelry Slacks and Slack Suit! Sweaters : iXTRA SPECIAL J "Dorothy Perkins" Gift Set-Wood Spice Cologne and Boa 1 / Powder, $•! 25 Our Regular $2.00 Value-Only • I ^ TUESDAY-. , AY 4-5 1. fhi flfil plonk lit my (tlnlferM t 14 gtl fno lnl« Mil WtiHi Houiol t. V.Ufaiu' illicit iTwtci wtiol eny olli.f ttmdldola off«w EmmetsbUfg, 3. EJucollon. th»- $8v!fitm«nt. should man, woman tmd .child Ih Hi* U. S, Ihrdvgh Harvard! 4. laber, I am hi Favor cl labor . .'. bill o'p' p6i<d lo woikl my eifuciiinnnf pinform j p 'ttcry man. worn in «fiit child ihouli] be griduited ttttm tfamrt). Added—March of Time "CRISIS IN ITALY" HURSDAY - FRIDAY- Y, MAY 6-7-s ' ' SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT— W^arb; pointing this magnificon* Road Show Production at Our Regular Admission Prices. ...THRU THE THROBBING PASSION,,, /IMPETUOUS LOVES.,. OF INDIVIDUAL PEOPLE.... SPlfNDOR. / of HistoKic Invasion * f PRO TYRONE POWER Antonio Moien? < Thomas GOTO • - pjtp«| UWMM • Ceorte lucco ' Real Value!
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