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Eagle Grove to Vote on $365,000 to Build Schools Additional to ] Previous Issue Bids Opened Oct. 26 for First of 3 Units Eagle Grove —A petition sigred by 1,260 Eagle Grove residents las been approved by the local school board setting Tuesday, Nov. ] as the date for a special electioi to determine whether additional bonds shall be sold to compile a school building program. . The vote will determine wieth- er an additional $365,000 worth of bonds shall be issued over the $140,000 issue voted in 1945. , Bids for construction of th» first of 3 units in the program \\ill be opened on Oct. 26. This cals for construction of a grade building on the east side. Other units in the progiam include a new west side gradi building and a combination slop and gymnasium in connection <vith the present high school buildng. Algona Man Editor of ISTC Newspaper Rating Best in U. S. Cedar Falls —Th« ; 1948-1949 College Eye, student/ newspaper at the Iowa State Teachers college, won an All-Airerican rating the 12th consecutive-year, George H. Holmes, director of the bureau of public relations and information services, announced "Wednesday. The awrrd \\ds made by the associated colit-gia'e press of the University of Minnesota. The College Eye rated excellent in 3 departments — news values and sources, new! writing and editing and headlnes, typography and makeup. A fourth cat«gory—department pages and special features—rated very good. . Miss Julia Hauler of "Washington and Paul Schenck of Algona was editor aid managing editor, respectively, •£ the 1948-1949 College .Eye. 3oth are seniors at Circuit WMF Plans Session Belmond — The Women's Missionary Federation of the Eagle Grove circuit of the E. L. C. will convene Oct. 19 at the Trinity Lutheran church at Belmond with the Rev. O. M. Severseike as host pastor. A total membership of 1,834 from 29 Ladies Aids will be represented. Sessions will be held at 10 a. m. and 2 p. m. with registration earlier. Main speakers for the' day will be Doctor and Mrs. L. M. Stavig of Sioux Falls, S. Dak. Doctor Stavig 5s president of Au- gustana college, Sioux Falls. Circuit officers in charge of planning the convention include Mrs. Thomas Mathre, Kanawha, president; Mrs. J. B. Jerstad, Clai'ion, vice president; Mrs. Oscar Sundblad, Sioux Rapids, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Olaf Kleveland, Goldfield, Mrs. Oscar Johnson, Kanawha, Mrs. Martin Housken, Duncombe, Mrs. E. H. Edwall, Rembrandt, and Mrs. E. S. Ede, Fort Dodge, departmental secretaries. FIRE RAZES BOLAN CHURCH—A bonfire of leaves which ignited a garage spread to the Evangelical United Brethren church at^Bolan at 2:15 p. m. Wednesday, the structure being completely destroyed by 4 p. m. Picture above shows the Grafton fire department working on the blaze which started on the roof of the church. The parsonage was saved. Two thousand dollars of remodeling had just, been completed in the church. The Ladies' Aid had planned to hold a chicken supper at the church Thursday night, but this will be held Friday night at the church in Grafton. The Rev. G. C. Cramer is pastor. / Teachers college! this Schenck is editor of College Eye. year. Mr. this year's Dies in. Minnesota Dumont —Mrs. Emma v^anon received word of the death of her brother-in-law, A. W. Snyder, at Appleton, Minn. Mr. Snyder was a resident here some 45 years ago, having been connected with the T. I. Laird Creamery. For the past 35 years, Mrs. Snyder had owned the Snyder Fuel and Feed Co., at Appleton. Funeral services will be held there Friday. HERE and THERE DO YOU KNOW THAT AND ITS DEALERS ARE GIVING AWAY OVER A MILLION DOLLARS IN HOME APPLIANCES AND GASH PRIZES? Fenton — Mr. and Mrs". Lester Gade are recent parents of a daughter. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gade of Fenton and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kolske of. Berlin. Germany. Woden —Mrs. W. L. Tindall left this week for Racine, "Wis., where she will visit her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Parks. St. Ansgar —Mr. and Mrs. John Von Bergen returned home Friday from Cedar Falls, where they had spent a week at the home of their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Comer. Woden —Mr. and Mrs. Bud Maree and daughter of Kansas City, Mo., were visiting recently at the LaVerne Smith home. Kanawha —Mr. and Mrs. Ed Olson, Mrs. Christe Olson and Mrs. Anton Olson visited Mr. Olson's sister, Mrs. Mons Oustad, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Claud Hulling, near Britt. She is recovering from an accident in which she suffered a broken hip. Corwith — Mrs. Elmer Krause, Mrs. Carl Kraft and Mrs. Harry Flemming attended the Lutheran meeting at Strawberry Point this week. • Dumont — Miss Marcia Downs of St. Benedict was a recent guest in the Steve Piper home. Fertile—Mrs. W. H. Knutzen of St. Paul, Minn., visited her son, the Rev. Richard Miller and wife, the past few days. WPURE [AS MONEY CAN BUY , WOMB'S LAMfST sfu» AT 10* St.Joseph ASPIRIN ST.JOSEPH ASPIRIN [FOR CHILDREN Orange flavored. Meets correct child dosage needs. Easy to take. 50 tablets for 35c. Try it! STANDS OUr The smashing drive of a star foot- bail player is packed with extra power . . . and so is HI-V-1 motor oi( with its high-viscosity index to protect engines and leave, a cleaner, smoother running motor. Make your drive with HI-V-I! CHBMPLIN 'GROUND. CHAMPLIN REFINING COMPANY, Enid, Okla. Geneva — The government has rented the back lots on the D. F. Moine property and is erecting 14 metal corn cribs, each holding 3,300 bushels of corn. Ackley —Elizabeth McGreevy of Ackley is a member of the 100- piece Iowa State Teachers college marching band. Geneva — Mrs. Agnes Allen of Farmington, Minn., is here for a visit in the Mrs. Charles Hayes home. Lake MiUs —Mrs. Nellie Hodenfield of Los Angeles, Cal., visited friends in Lake Mills recently. She had been visiting a sister, Mrs. Katie Platts, at Mason City since July. Alexander —Guests at the Sperry - Richards home were Mrs. George A. Buron, Los Angeles, Cal.; Mrs. Alton Schumacher and Jimmie Ragen, Clear Lake; Mrs. C. Gard and daughter, Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Krause and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Krause of Swaledale. Mrs. Walter Neuberger, Ventura, also was a caller. Wesley —Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Olsen returned recently from several days' visit with their daughter, Mrs. Bob Pink, and family at Omaha, Nebr. Bancroft — Word was received by friends of Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard Potthoff, who left here 6 weeks ago, that they have bought a beautiful new ranch-style home in Low Lock, Cal., overlooking Center Valley. Latimer —Mrs. Carl H. Kragel, Mrs. Fred W. Kragel and Mrs. George Muhlenbruck went to Webster City recently and visited with Mr. and Mrs. Walter C..Fontana. Bristow — Mr. and Mrs. Obe Truax and family and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Johnson attended the Meyer reunion in' the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Truax and family at Hampton. Lake Mills—W. A. Westerman of Montgomery, Minn., has taken over duties as station agent of the Minneapolis & St. Louis depot, while Howard Wigfield is on vacation. Chester —Mr. and Mrs. Robert Larson accompanied their son, Lt. Cmdr. R. E. Larson of San Diego on a 2 days' fishing trip to Hayward, Wis. They also visited at the M. H. Reitz home in St. Paul. Alexander — Mrs. John Arends announces the birth of a daughter to her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Arends of Shenandoah, at Omaha, Nebr., Oct. 6. Alia Vista —Joe Frantzen, who was a'patient at t h e Rochester, Minn., hospital for more than 2 weeks, has returned to his home here. Nora Springs —Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Jones and 2 little sons, who have been Ifving in Glen Idso's house, better known as the Maple Hill nursery, have moved into Dr. L. A. Bascom house, just north of the Bascom home. Scarville — Mrs. Clarence Sletten is recuperating from major surgery at the Naeve hospital in Albert Lea. Mr. and Mrs. Sletten were residents of * Scarville previous to several years ago, when they moved to Albert Lea. Mclntire —Miss Phyllis Meter of Chicago, 111., is having a 2 weeks' vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Meter. Hutchins — Mr. and Mrs. Joe Forman are parents of a son born at the Minnie Peterson nursing home. St. Ans&ar —Mrs. Belle Albertson is spending her week vacation at the home of her son, Donald Albertson at Fergus Falls. Bradford —Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Hamilton were recent guests in the home of their son Howard and family at Tipton. Rockwell —Mrs. R. Lumsden has returned from an extended visit with her son in Madison, Wis. Bradford — Bob Kloetzer has been employed at the Farmers Co- Op elevator to take the place of Vernon Willms, who purchased a truck and will deliver gas and oil. Bradford —Mr. and Mrs. L. F Hushka recently visited in the home of Ray Bird at Waterloo. Hanlontown Man Dies in Hospital Hanlontown — Funeral services for Edward R. Olson, 77, who died at a Mason City hospital Tuesday at 8 p. m. after a short illness, will be held Saturday at 1:30 p. m. at his home in Hanlontown and at 2 o'clock in the Lutheran church with the Rev. Benjamin Coltvet in charge. Burial will be at Brush Point cemetery. Mr. Olson who had spent the past 50 years of his life in this community, was born at St. Olaf He is survived by his wife, the former Julia Peterson, whom he was married to in 1910, one son Orlando, of Joice, 2 daughters Mrs. Thomas Kaasa and Mrs Thomas Quisling, who is the loca postmaster, 6 grandchildren and 1 sister, Maria Myli, of North wood. He was preceded in death by Farm Leader of Chickasaw County Dies New Hampton — Funeral services for Alfred M. Roths, 52, former Chickasaw county AAA chairman, will be Friday at 9:30 a. m. in St. Mary's church with the Rev. L. W. Klassen, pastor, officiating. Mr. Roths died Wednesday. Alfred M. Roths was born in Chickasaw county Oct. 21, 1896, on a farm near Ionia, son of J. P. and Wilhelmina Pitz Roths. He attended the Ionia parochial schools. He served in World war I. On Aug. 12, 1919, he was married to Miss Caroline Arnhalt. Mr. Roths operated a farm near here and served as a hybrid seed I corn salesman. From 1942 until ill health forced him to resign from the AAA in Sept., 1948, he served on the county board, the last 4 years as county chairman. Besides his wife he leaves 6 children: Mrs. Ben Krall of Charles City, Mrs. Bernard Ball of Lawler; LaVern, Vincent, Merle and Delbert, all of New Hampton; his father, J. P. Roths, lonsa; 2 sisters, Miss Irene Roths of Ionia and Miss Vlarcella Roths of Waterloo; brother, Arthur Roths, of Ionia. Mr. Roths was treasurer of St. Mary's church, a member of the Tae Stine post of the American l^egion, Holy Name society and inighls of Columbus. MEETINGS In North Iowa GARNER—The Boone Township boys' 4-H club will hold its next meeting at the Fern Ruling home at 8 p. m. "Wednesday. CALMAR—The Thimble club was to meet Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Helen Shipton. CLARION—Adah chapter, O. E. S. was to present the Golden Rule to Belmond chapter, O. E. S., Belmond, Thursday, at 8 p. m. GARNER—Mrs. Jerry Fox will be hostess to the Orthel and Britt Oct. 13, 1949 Ctly Mt*«B Ctty, U. township leaders at her home at 2 p. m. Thursday, Oct. 20. LELAND—The Parent Teachers Association of the Leland school will meet Monday at 8 p. m. in the school building. POPEJOY—Mrs. E. P. Chris- Mrs. Burnell Ellingson, and Mrs. Merle Jaques were to be hostesses to the W. S. C. S. at the- church dining room Thursday afternoon. Labor Shortage Caused by Storm Garner—The severe windstorm of Monday has caused a shortage of labor in construction and repair field according to insurance jr^n who report that so many minor repairs are necessary to roofs, chimneys and small buildings due lo damage in Monday's storm that some of the repair work will have to be done by owners themselves or just remain undone until such time as workmen can catch up. . Farmers generally are repairing roofs on grain storage to prevent damage to stored grain. More labor is also needed in Hancock county cornfields according to reports from the local FarnVBureau and PMA offices. his first wiCe, Bertha Bray Olson in 1906 and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rasmus Olson, of Fertile. The Bride funeral home of Manly is ;.i charge. Helps You Overcome FALSE TEETH Looseness and Worry No longer be »nnoye<J or teel Ul-st rase because of loose, wabbly fals teeth. FASTEETH, an Improved alk» line tnon-acidl powder, sprinkled o vour plates holds them firmer so the feel more comfortable. Soothing at coolins t° Bums made sore by excesslv acid mouth. Avoid embarrassmcn caused by loose plales Get FASTEST today at any drug store. 22 EXOTIC FLOWER PLANTS $1 Plus Our Gift of Two Rare New Baby Roses t We are cleaning out forty acres of our choicest two-year-old plants, and offering: them practically as a gift. You pay only $1 to cover postage, packing: and a little toward our propagating eost. Substitutions made only if growing conditions require. Regular Price 1 DELPHINIUM, deep blue, 3 feet, a beautiful plant $.35 3 ROSE DAWNS, hundreds of silver piuk flowers for bouquets '5 1 EXIMIA BLEEDING HEART, scarlet, extra heavy root .25 2 SHASTA DAISIES, 3 inch white flower with sold centers .50 3 PENTSTEMON DIANE, orchid, our own new strain 90 3 PAINTED DAISIES, mixed colors, blooms heavily 90 3 SWEET WILLIAMS, fragrant, divide into 25 new plants .75 1 LINUM, dainty blue flowering: evergreen 25 3 HESPEKIS, Mountain Phlox, fine for cutting: •. .75 2 VIOLETS, early blooming;, multiplies rapidly 50 22 Hardy 2 year old plants $5.90 PLUS OUR SPECIAL GIFT 2 Miniature BABY ROSES, imported from Europe $1.00 Regular Price $6.90 You Pay Only $1-00 Plant new and roots will develop wonderfully during the winter. After bloomlnr next Sprlnff, divide and you'll have more than 10» planti worth up to $25.00. Packed 22 nrrennlals and 2 rosei to each paekafe. Order ai man; ai you want at only $1 per package. 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