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Upper ftfci Metrtst , Juntt 22, 1946 Hospital Cheaper Than A Fishing Gamp, Vera Finds Prank Vera has discovered that it is cheaper fo live in Canada, in a hospital, than in a fishing camp. Bui he still isn't willing io trade one for the other. Frank, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Clapsaddle and son Jackie, went into the far north several weeks ago. They had a lot of fun and caught a lot of fish — but then Frank caught the flu and had to be hospitalized from June 8 to 18th. He left a hospital run by the Sisters of Mercy at The Pas, after 10 days, and got a bill of $43, total. His daily room rent was $3. During his stay in the hospital he ran a temperature al one time of 105 degrees, and was still pretty weak, Monday, on his return. His son, Ted, Lloyd Pra,it, and Ed Oslrum drove up after him. The Clapsaddles had to return earlier, after first seeing that he was moved from the fishing camp to a hospital and well cared for, after the flu hit him. However, the entire party had one experience, prior to the illness, that was a highlight of the trip. That was a flight by amphibian plane 450 miles into the wilderness to God's Lake. Horace end Jackie, and Frank with five men from North Dakota, made the flight. They caught 120 walleyes in one afternoon, then started home. Flying back, however, they ran into a storm, and the plane had to make a forced landing on a lake, where they rode out the gale adjacent to Norway House, a trading post established in 1670. Farm Home Is Total Loss As Flames Strike At the farm place of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wallace, three miles west and three mile* south of Fenton, the farm home was completely destroyed by flames, a week ago Sunday. Cfkise of the fire is now known. The Wallace family was away at that time,, but a hired man, Gordon Wallace, asleep in an upstairs room, awoke to find heat and flame nearly enveloping him. His feet were burned as he made his escape. From the Blockwenn farm he called the Fenton fire department, who immediately answered the call but were unable to save anything in the house. The Wallace family was visiting at Dows at the time. They have five children, ;md arc now staying at the parental Fred Kuecker home. The farm is owned by Ernest Votteler. FriHuv morning, a garage on the Chris J. Nelson properly m itmssiL-ci was destroyed by fire. you have That's WhaJ You Get With This Great New Phillips 66 Premium Motor Oil! W HAT is this "Lubri-tection"? Why, it's the new word w^'ve coined for the lubrication plus protection you get with new Phillips 66 Premium Motor Oil! Phillips 66 Premium does more than just lubricate—it helps keep your engine clean . . . free from varnish...helps prevent harmful sludge formation: Put "Lubri-tection" into your engine today: Call on your nearest Phillips 66 Dealer! GR OIL <j> "Lubri-tection"—the protection rendered by an oil c- t f fine base stock containing special detergent and oxidation inhibiting ingredients. HEINE'S SUPER SERVICE ACCESSORIES - BATTERIES - TIRES * - * PHONE 798 On No 18; One Mile ffisf i>f 18-169 Corner Bert Baldwin Got It Back After 3 It took Ben Baldwin three veats io win back a dollar he lost In a bei back in 1945, but when the chance came, Bert came /through with a pound to spare, it all happened this way: Three years ago a friend of Burton Thorpe's, John Croisant of Muske-gee, Oklahoma, came to visit him. Mr. Croisant was quite a portly gentleman and Pearly Smith, who works for Thorpe, thought he could win a little money on Croisant's weight. So one afternoon, the three of them marched over to Norton's Lumber Yard and bet Bert a dollar that the Oklahoman outweighed Bert by 25 pounds. He took the wager and the party weighed-in on the Jack Sprat grocery scales. The result: Croisant, 315, Baldwin 275. And Bert lost his bet by 15 pounds. A few days ago, the man from Oklahoma returned for another visit. Of course, , Pearly saw another chance to win a dollar so off they went to see Bert. Bui this time to make the bet more sporty, Pearly spotted Bert 50 pounds. Again the Jack Sprat scales were used. Bert came through with flying colors. For Croisant lipped the gcal- cs at a mere 347 while Bert hit the 298 mark. The difference was 49 pounds and Bert - has his dollar back. We didn't find out if it was the same dollar. NOTES Kossuth Boys To State 4-H Camp From 18 to 20 4-H boys from Kossuth county will be in attendance at the annual short course at Iowa State college next week, June 28 through the 30th. Those attending will be Wayne Heetland, Lakota; Kent Seely, Algona; Gerald Thompson. Lu- Verne; Gus Berninghaus Jr., West Bend; LeRo" Phelps, Titonka: Leonard Studcr, Corwith; Philip Inman, Bancroft; Fritz New- 1 brough. Lone Rock: Bill Goetx. j Wesley; Glen Kollasch, Whittemore; James Preston, Swea Cny: Arthur Larson, Armstrong; Gene Tokheim, Swea City; Bill Madsen. Burt; Howard Schoby Jr., Bode; Harlan Haas, Algona: Anton Boeckholt, Titonka; and Jack Loo ft, Fenton. Local leaders who will also attend with the boys are Lloyd Thorson, Armstrong; Kenneth Strayer, Burt; and Forrest ives, county youth assistant. It is expected that every county arid every local club in the state will be represented. Frank Leahy,»director of ath- ietics and head coach of football at the university of Notre Dame, will address the boys and this will probably be the highlight of the gathering. To Build A New Elevator In Swea Swea Cily—The newly organized Farmers' Co-operative elevator company held its business meeting and election of officers on June 16. Principal business at the meeting concerned plans for a new building, which will be erected on lots between • the Springer sisters' property and the Rock Island tracks, on the cast side of road K. The Rock Island will build a new siding to that point. No contract has been let for the new elevator, but it is expected that further steps will be taken next week. Officers for 1948-49 were chosen as follows: president, Goo. Harncr, re-elected; Cecil Thoreson. vice president, replacing J. P. Peterson; Rudolph Peterson, renamed secretary; Walter R. Smith, new member of the hoard of directors; Ervin Link, Martin Tokheim and J. P. Peterson, directors. A manager for the new office has not yet been picked. Livermore Family Moves to Nebraska Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chambers Jr., and son Ted and Roger left today (Tuesday) for their new home in O'Neill, Nebr. Mr. Chambers is building a three front building there in which he will operate a skating rink and bowling alley. The rink will be open the last, of July and the bowling alley, late in the fall. Mr. Chambers had for several years operated a John Deere implement store in Livermore, but sold it the first of the year. For the past two years or more, Mrs, Chambers has been operating a variety store in Livermore which they will continue to operate with a manager in charge. O'Neill is about 125 miles west of^Sioux City. Car Overturns But Nobody Hurt George R. Kester of Albia and George T. Cragg of LaFavette, Ind., felt just plain lucky Thursday when .their car overturned and neither of them were hurt. They could easily have been killed. Kester was driving Cragg s car. When they reached a point two miles',; west >pf Algona on Highway 18 one wheel went off the pavement and in attempting to get back on the car was thrown into the north ditch. There was considerable body damage to the car but it could be driven under its own power, rihc-rit't' A. J. Cogley investigat- Mrs. Phil Kohlhaftft fttiM Mrs. Mamie Frankl spent Thursday at Lake Okoboji with relatives. O. R. Brundage of Waterloo spent the weekend here as a guest of his brother, Q, D. Brundage. ' *, ^r. and Mrs. 9. M, fiuaehhaus- en of Lakota spent Thursday afternoon at the home "Of Mr. and Mrs. Wade Ball. i\ Dr. and Mrs. Robert Lee spent Wednesday evening Jhd Thursday in Minneapolis, Minn., on a brief pleasure trip. ' • Mrs. Clarence Calligan of Poc- ahpntns, came Thursday and remained over nigh't: with her mother, Mrs. Hattie Larson. Mr. and Mrs.' Fred LassaHti and Carol spent. Sunday; at Mason City with Mr. and Mi's. William De Kruif. The/women are'sis- ters. Mr. end Mrs. Frances Livingston and daughters Linda and Nancy spent Thursday and Friday at Omaha, Neb., with friends. , Mrs. Mat! Kapp spent from Sunday till Wednesday'at Woden with her daughter and son-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hem- minpson. Giles E. Pettigrew of Flandreau, S. D., spent Friday night at the home of a daughter, Mrs. A. E. Kresc-nsky. He 1 was cm the way to Elrloni to visit a son, L. W. Pettigrew. Mr. and Mrs. Carson Taylor attended funoral services at New Hampton, Sunday, for Mrs. Ruth Jackson, grandmollier of Mrs. Taylor, who died last week at Kirkland. Wash. Gene Hertz plans "to go to Glenwood today, Tuesday, to bring home Mrs. Hertz, Nancy, Tommy and Gune, Jr., ,who have been a week with .Mrs. Hertz's mother. Mrs. Bussanmus. Robert McConnell and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest George i went to Mason City Thursday to visit Mrs. McConnell at ttic Park hospital. She was dismissed a few days afterward and is now at home. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bahling of Titonka spent some time Saturday with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Hott and left their daughters Frances Jane and .Innet Ann here for a few days vuit with their grandparents. Mr. Max Masing returned last wonk Mondav from Davenport where she had been with her hus- bund who is now employed there. Prior to thK she and her daughter Doris had visited another daughter and her husband Mr. and Mir,. Bob Ellis, at Columbia, Mo. Doris remained to spend the summer there. Mr. and Mrs. Hal , Branrtigan of California arrived Monday to spend a vacation with Kossuth relatives. They are spending most of th" time with Mrs. Brannigan's father, Elmer .Peterson at Titnnka. They visited Mrs. J. D. Breen and Stella Mae B,reen<;h,ere last week. They are grandrri'oth- cr and aunt respectively of Mrs. Brannigan. Among ihose attending Ihe funeral services at Estherville last Monday for Mrs. Buena Merron, sister of Mrs. R. H. Miller, were Messrs, and Mesdames Then Chrischilles, Dr. and Mrs. Karl Hoffman. J. J. Lynch, G. W. Stillman, Roy McM'ahohl.' : E: C. McMahon. Fred Kent Sr.; W. P. French, Luella Baker, Emily Spencer, R. P. Norton and Mary Woodward, Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Morris McConnell of the Island Kauai in the Hawaiian group, spent Wednesday and Thursday with Dr. and i Mrs. Robert Lee. Mrs. Mabel Lee, ]and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stillman. Mr. McConnell is an uncle of Dr. Lee and Mrs. Stillman. He is a pharmacist in the navy and is now stationed at a Memorial hospital there. Mrs. McConnell is a government socjial director. Mrs. E. W. Lusby and, her daughter Marguerite Dalziel. returned Friday from Clear Lake, where they had bean, vacationing a few weeks at the Lusby cottage. While there they had, as guests Mrs. George Murray' and sons Tom and Jerry of Lake Crystal, Minn. A few years ago Mrs. Murray and Miss Dalziel were teachers uti Superior, Wls. Mr. Lusby, whb has been at a drug store in Lake Mills taking charge of the pharmacy depart* went, came home Saturday on a week's vacation. Malcolm Lund, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Litnd, came a week agoJrotti Kansas City, Mo.,where he hfls been assistant to the Rev. Richard! Klein of a Presbyterian chufCh tnere. Later he went to De^'Mollies to visit his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon fHrabak and his brothers and sisters-in-law, Mn, and Mrs. Urnald/^Lilnd and Staff Sgt. and Mrs. Charles Lundt Mrs. Charles L'Un'd brought Malcolm home and was accompanied by the Hra- baks' .'children Janet and Jack. Malcolm will spend the summer here. The other visitors remained for-a few days. Visiting At Burl- Mr, and Mrs. Orville Varner and son Roger of Rock Island, 111., came Saturday for a week's visit with Mrs. Varner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Teeter, Burt. A family dinner was held Sunday at .the D. A. Teeter home. Those .who wore there were Mr. and Mrs. Franz Teeter and family, Burt; Mr. and Mrs. Glen TtieteC.,-and daughter, Burt Mr. and Mrs. Vern Teeter and family, ,.Algona; Mr. and Mrs, Clif- forckiTecter, Algona. Plurh Creekers , The June meeting of the Plum Creek township fafffi burelu WftS held at the center sehdol housfir Thursday evehlng. An unusually large attendance enjoyed the seS* Sion, the prbgfam, aHd the"ice er,eam, pie and cbffee refresh* Merits'. The meeting was dalleid to 6* der by Chairman Harry felter,, Community 'singing was*led, by Mrs. Clifford EtherihBton. Mrs. Berge Priebe, township w6me'n I & chairman reported oh' the activities of the hohiemakers club? Kent Seeley reported for the boys' 4H club as did alsd Jackie Woltz for the girls 4?H club. M«. Ea"rl Ziegler read a "farm rhaga- zlne article on DDT. ' • > Following this a Wesley group sang several numbers with Mrs. Fred Qeigel;Algona, at the piano, The singing group was made up of Jbe'Skow, Mr. and Mrs. George Seaberg, Mr. and Mrs, Ivan John* son, Mrs. Lawrence Hansett and Mrs. Ed Downs. Following this Chris Reese, Algoha, entertained with several musical numbers. • Owen Hurt, county field man for the bureau, invited everyone to attend the sports festival to be held at the Algona fairgrounds July 13th. . . •••"•'• Refreshments and a social hour followed the closing of the meeting.- • •:.'•.• v . • •' •'-' .'•'•••, >;:.:.•.. ;• if? tfOtfy, p'i&t ^"SWStf'M *• *«!» *ito , Mrhici&lMrft,; K iimuiwjiwBi cooKing equip* , if m«m, *ie» is la*t him ihe }• ih*e» y*af.p«i6d, He was n «*»AVO j var *wo»iiw%tt AAV waa • •. giaduaied ftdm Motningslde Hull Weds— fatrldia Hull, daughter of Mr. andj Mrs. Harry Hull of Humboldt, and Robert Fulton of Clin- toH.-la'., were married Sunday in a double ring ceremony at the Methodist church in Humbpldt. A reception was held immediately after the ceremony in the basement of 'the church. The Hulls are former Algon- ians, moving seven or eight years ago to Humboldt, where Mr. and Mrs. Hull own a Women's ready- to-wear store. Friends from Algona attending the wedding were Dana Paxson, Mr. and -Mrs. C. R. LaBar-re, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Post, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Holt, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Morck, Mr. and Mrs. Chet Williams, and Ted, Jack ahd Julian Chrischilles. -The 'couple left for Minneapolis immediately after the reception. Both the bride and groom were students at the University of Iowa the past year. f Algona Attorney In Bank Action .. ,E. Rinnan, Algona attorney, wds "instrumental in getting a court'injunction against a Web- sjt^j: £'City bank, ordering the blank to refrain from further advertising or solicitation of legal business, it was learned Sunday, from state press dispatches. Mr. Linnan was appointed by the Iowa Bar association in the matter. The Farmers National Bank of Webster City, according to complaints, had been soliciting ' legal business, particularly concerning estates and wills, and some members of the bar association filed a complaint. The original action was begun by eight members of the bar from Webster City. The State Bar Association then entered the case and appointed Mr. Liinnan to represent the state group in' the coUrt action, May 28. ' .The bank denied that it had advertised or solicited legal business, and contended .its advertising was done for the trust department of the bank, Seneca 4-H Has Club Breakfast Senoca—The Seneca Stars 4-H club members enjoyed a breakfast at the home of Dorothy"and Doris Osbprn' Friday mbrrting '(at 9 o'clock. Before the food was served Lois Rockne talked 'On table manners and courtesy'. • A regular business session followed breakfast, after which Doris Osborn discussed the. importance of a good breakfast and told daily food requirements met by serving a similar meal. ' , Lois Burt then gave the necessary food needs for the "teenager". • . Ruth Sanders and Lois Burt gave interesting accounts of their week at the District 4-H camp held at Clear Lake. They also exhibited the bracelet and belts which they had made in the handicraft class there and showed the girls how they were made. Lorraine Foley will be, the July hostess. ' v after he. C6rft hU iralnlrtg H9 Japan whew h« Fidelis Class Of BuftfoPienie school clais "will have 1 ft blcftle at Oall park -Wednesday. aft|fitt6ft, June 23.- -Membets afe"%fnie|t at the Methedist dhurth-Jt Ii30 £• **' ' ^^ J : ' : ^; ( t . ,-i . Mr, ahd Mrs.'John Smi' spent '* the-weekend with thr Stewart s,,. Butterfield family • ak-JJblltvef, >' IF IT'S NEWS, WE WANT IT! ONE! Your classified ads run 1 in BOTH Algona newspapers for only one charge, and , reach 9,000 families each week. Bake Sale Nets 4-H Club $37 Sum Six members of the Whitte-i more Whizzers 4-H met at the home .of Morita Duffy on Wednesday, June 16. Roll call was. answered by "What I Am Thankful For". Norma Kollasch showed how to make two salads. Morita Duffy demonstrated the making of <'a frozen salad. ..... Mrs, Kollasch showed : how to make and trim pie crust. A talk on soil conservation 'was given by Anna Mae Erpelding. Mrs. Kollasch gave the schedule of things to be made for the fair. . It was decided that we sell pop and candy at the swimming pool on Sunday afternoons. Three girl? will work each' Sunday. It ; was also -decided tha,t ,twd girls help the hostess with the dishes. A'de- licious lunch was served. Three guests were present. The next meeting will be an all day meeting at the home of Ruth Elbcrt on July 14. Members of the Whittemore Whizzers 4H together with their mothers held a successful bake •sale on June 12 at the Legion hall. A total of $31 was taken in by the girls. - ^ An angel food 1 cake was raffled off and was won.by Mrs; J. B. Geelan. This money will be used to pay the expenses'of sending two girls to camp at .Clear Lake and also a delegate to the state convention at Ames. ,AR6 A RBALIfy; AUTHOR ITlBS HAVE PROVEN THERE AftE MICE THAT CAN MAKE SOUNDS LIKE THOSS MAD6 BY SAAALL BIRDS WHISTLING SOUND COMING FROM rVjICe WITH CptOS OR :THROAt ^ Qurstamp collecting contest Is nearly half ovftr- dght weeks to go-and the kids are busier; than ever founding up the stamps. You riot one trading stamp with each $1 spent in our store for merchandise. The stqmps are Worth We in cash at the end .of 14 weeks, or are redeemable in merchandise. „ ; - ; , THIS WEEK cbupoNs ML; BB GIVEN WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS DISE AS FOLLOWS: Simplex Ironer or Gladiron Ironer .;*• ,—750 Stamps— / Mayiag Freezer—6 Vz Cu. Ft. 1000 Stamps—-V Frigidaire Eiec. Water Hearer—52 Gal. ——600 Stamps——— Lawn-o-Matic Lawnmowers (Motor Driven) : : '-^--i500 Stamps Farnsworth r Radio-Combination Blonde — 6 Tube . ' ^—^800 Stamps——- Grand 2 Oven Gas Stove -——900 Stamps— s Maytag Dutch Oven Gas Range ——900 Stamps—•—- Vornado Fan.« — 1? in. and 16 in. —^-500 Stamps—— ••Phone 399 Harlan and State •IV 1* . .&/.;' — COMING or GOING You'll buy tbe right luggag«| here ' ;' ' • • L'*"x' Our matched luggage if beautify!, durable «jM riwenoble in price. Made of best quality woven PM«k, th% met«riel is very rjepvy and has a pyroxlin coating which The frame is roeide of three-ply veneer, gertuihe extra wide and dpuble sewed, Heovy steel frpmn &nej bra** . awhide binding locks; you'll be delighted with the way the iMgfflfff.ftadflf the, wear and tear s»f trevt linn. ' t i -, • a- • Priced frem $13-50 te $34*50-8 ffw pi<Ui higher, Stt this lyggage this week- * .-V es ' 4 3T I O 3IS, 3SS- '* :

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