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- Church Junior High Group tb Conduct Services Sunday Night The Junior HI groups of the co operating churches will conduct a Worship service Sunday evening a 7 o'clock in the Congregations church. The Scripture will b< read by Billy Guderian of the Presbyterian church. Kay Orton of the Baptist church will leac in prayer. The special music \vil be given by the young people o the Methodist church. The discussion topics will be given by Donald Johnson and Vernon Hagg of the First Lutheran church. Lt. V. W Bolie, Burl, Weds In Valdosta, Ga Burt: The marriage of Lt. Victor Wayne Bolie son of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Bolie to Earleen Dale of Minneola Minn., took place in the Methodist church at Valdosta, Ga., Monday, March 12. The bride is an instructor in the Burt high school, having been here this year and part of last year. Lt. Bolie .has been in the service 3 years as an A. C. receiving his commission last February. He has been at Moody Field but will be transferred soon. Qttosen Progressive Club Met Thursday Ottosen: The Ottosen Progressive Club met Thursday afternoon in the Presbyterian church parlors with a gfoup of -hostesses, as follows: Mrs. Knut Oppedahl, chairman, Mrs. Paul Nastoy, Mrs. G. Purdy, Mrs. Jesse Van Busklrk, Mrs. Ralph Richards, Mrs. Everett Bryant and Mrs. Clara Solberg. Nine members responded to roll call. The meeting was opened by the pledge of allegiance to the flag, followed by all saying Psfllm 23 in unison. Mrs. Paul Nasby >ave the lesson from the Readers' Digest, Mrs. Elmer Ellingson gave a report from the General Federation Magazine and Mrs. Knut Dppedahl reviewed the movie 'National Velvet." It was announced by the president that the club was to have the PTA program for April. ' It was voted to lave Miss Frances Messer, Humboldt county superintendent of schools, and Miss Ethel Vehms, county nurse, as speakers. The Chairman also appointed Mrs. Cnut Oppedahl, Mrs. Elmer Ell- ngson and Mrs. Ralph Richards o get other numbers. The next meeting will ibe at the home of Mrs. Jessie Van Buskrrk on Wed- lesday, March 28th. Mrs. M. Hark, of near Kanawha, was a uest. Ice and a short turn of the road combined to cause a freak accident at Shell Rock recently whe a semi-trailer truck, loaded wit steel, failed to make the curv and plunged into the side of th building housing the Iowa Publi Service Co. Though several hun dred dollars d?mage was done t the building only slight damag resulted to the truck. OIL FURNACES While Green Colonial Oil Fired Furnaces are not III available yet, the I 11II demand to these I* 11*1) famous healing '" unite will be tremendous. That'a why we suggest you place your order NOW. Stokers and Gas Furnaces Green Colonial domestic Stoker* may be available later this year. Place your order NOW. B gas is available in your community place foot order for a Green Colonial . Gas Furnace now; a limited number will be available in 1945. Laing & Muckey Phone 464 N. Dodge St. Algona. Iowa GREEIlCOLOniaL FURHflCE SERVICE Jnion Over the Top In Red Cross Drive Union: Union township went to town on their Red Cross drive. The amount collected was $766 and the quota, $405, nearly doubled. Earl Taylor was chaiTi man. Assistants were Harley Troutman, Fred Will, Homer Dodds, Floyd Gardner, Ed Hackbarth, Henry Tjaden, Roy Sarchet and Melvin Rieken. FIRST METMOWST cHtmctt Nelson Allen Price, Minister '^:46 a. m., Sunday school. 10:45 a, m., Baptisms and reception of members. Sermon, "The Lord's Prayer: V. The- King* dorrt, Power and Glory." 7:00 p. m., Junior and Senior Youth Fellowships will join in the union youth meetings in the Congregational church. FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH E. K. Nelson, Pastor 8:00 p. m. Thursday, Lenten vespers. Sermon theme: "What Shall I Do With Jesus." »:00 .a. .m. Palm Sunday, morning worship. Sermon theme: "The New Covenant." 10 a. m., Sunday school. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Clarence C. Richardson, Pastor Sunday, March 25 (Palm Sunday) 10 a. m,, /Sunday school. 11 a. m., :Morning worship. The pastor will preach on the theme "Hail Him! Prophet, Priest and King!" The senior choir will sing. 7 p. m., Union Youth meeting at the Congregational church. FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Sunday school at 10 a. m. Palm Sunday "services & conducted by Sev. JVJhn P, Sermon theme: "The MtStiVfe er Of Religion." SpeMM At 8iOO p. m. the first of the . . Holy Week union services wfil be held in this church, to be Jed "by Dr. N. A. Price of the First Meth' odist church. Unibn young people's , »t»tidft mm fmpe H«, etc. WfiUld. ffiaka a gooa iuilding lor farm use as teflant .iduse o* tool Shop. Bfsfdley Bros. Phone 714. t2 FOR SALES: Infants Vanta gowns and knit wear. 410 E. LUcas. 12 are to be held in this -church at 7 p. m. preceding the churdu service. ST. CECELIA'S CHURCH J. M. Malllnger, Pastor Mass: 7:00, 8:30 and 10:00 a. ft). CHURCH OF THE NAfcAttENfi Rev. Leo I. Best, Pastor Sunday school at 10:00. Morning worship at U:00, .Seimon: "The Supremely Happy Man." ; " N. Y. P. S. and evening service will be in connection wlth-the Union Passion Week services. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 8:00. Lost-Pound LOST: A yellow gold Bulova wrist watch at Bancroft Saturday night. Reward. Eunice John-* son, Fenton. 12 Come «afly For Rent FOR RENT: Sleeping room. Call after 8:00 p. m. Mrs. Long. 5 Call :St. 12* MY PLACE will be for rent April 3rd. Mrs. Mary. Metcalf, 322 "W. College :St. 12 TOR RENT: 2 heated office rooms BAPTIST CHURCH '. Robert F. Kittrell, Pastor'' 10 a. m., Sunday school. 11 a. m., Morning worship. Sermon: "The Triumphal Entry." 7 p. m., Both the Junior and Senior B. Y. P. U. groups will meet with the young people of the other churches at the Congregational church. 8 p. m., The Passion Week service will .be held at the Congregational church. Rev. N. A. Price will be the-speaker. in Algeria, nietsburg. , 'Write Box 229, Em- 11-12* Wanted Red Cross Workers at Wesley Top Quota Wesley: L. H. Kleinpeter, Red Cross membership chairman, reports $404.75 taken in on annual drive which is 50 per cent over quota of $265.00. Workers were Mrs. J. L. Haverly, Mrs. Alfred Erdman, Mrs. J. M. Kunz, Mrs. Earling Flom, Mrs. L. L. Lease, Anna Flom Thelma Oppedal, Mrs. L. Pfeffer, Mrs. Wilfred Loe- Mrs. A. J. Hildman, Lucille Olson Irene Loebig, Mrs. H. H. laney and Mrs. J. A. Hauptman. ^^~"-"———^—-—•— Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 25o for 19 words or less. When paid with order, 2o per word; when charged, So per word. N» ag- ents' commission allowed. M advertising agents charge their clients So and send cash with order they receive lo commission. Blind ads 25o. WANTED: Ride to Des Moines Saturday, will share expense. June Corey, Algona Upper Des Moines, or phone 936-W. WANTED: Attto mechanic or mechanic's helper. Essential industry, Must clear through local employment office. Dau Garage, Algona. 12 WANTED: Farm Job near Algona. Call at 804 East North, Algona. 12* cHietosa dinners. Shows -at 0:30. Open other nights 'I6t jpatttferf 6f 26 6? more by tfesefvatf&ft. Our priced are the sam*«"Ghlek6H Dinners 80c plus tax. J' A1GONA IttAVTAG STORE Authorised Maytaff and Prlgldalfc • Dealer Clean Easy, Chore Soy and George Pipeline milking machines Idwa Cream sep&rators. Gas Water 'heaters. Electric brooders, $8.00. Flashlight batteries. *A and %\h.-p. electric motc-fts. Used: Cream, Separators, milking machines Maytag and Briggs & Stratton engines. M h. p. Electric moior. , > We repairman makes of washing machines . 'and refrigerators. and have wringer rolls to fit all washing machines. 12 ADDING MACHINE Jtolls for sale at the Algona Upper Des Moines office. Hegular size, 18c each, 2 for 25d. Large slie, 20c each, 2 Cor 35c. ' 34-tl SELL your late model- car to Us for the highest price. Free information on'ceilings. Hoenk Motor Service, West of Court House. 36tf SERVICEMAN'S wile and baby want apartment or small house. Also want to buy a radio. Mrs. Cecil Koepke, 620 E. Call, Algona. 12* For Sale TWO FRESH DONUTS and cup of coffee, lOc at Consumers. 12 NOTICE The annual meeting of the members of the Algona Cemetery Association (Riverview) will be held on Monday, April 2, 1945, at p. m. at the secretary's office. A report of the past year's transitions will be read and such jusiness will be taken care of properly comes before this PIPE MASTER Drain Pipe Cleaner 2 cans for 29c at Ray's Jack Sprat Market. Price in large ad is not correct. 12* meeting. Treas. D. D. Paxson, Sec'y- 12 FOR SALE: Black mare, 12 years old, weight 1500 Ibs., extra good work mare. Vernon Evans, Phone 2657, 3 miles east and 3 north LuVerne. 12 FOR SALE: Baled alfalfa and red clover hay, both stored inside. Kyle Keith, Burt. 12 WANTED: Furnished apartment. No children or pets. Permanent. Civilian. Call 990, extension 29. 12* FLOOR SANDING and Refinishing. Heavy commercial equip ment. Portable power plan Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phon 275, Algona. 17-3-8t PHONOGRAPH 1 RECORDS —A the new releases. Needles, dl bums.—Kossuth Radio & Electric Algona, Iowa. 1-t WANTED: 75 Bushel Barley seed. C. A. Derner, Whittemore. 12* FOR SALE: Two Swiss heifers to freshen this spring; also one very .good Swdss bull one year old. Neal Michaelsen, Titonka. WANTED: Welder and Farm Implement Mechanic. Top wages. Nevill Brothers Implement Co. of Estherville or Armstrong, Iowa. 11-13 WANT TO RENT modern hous4 by April 1st. Call 459-J. 11-12 Exchange Dept. Basement Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suites Breakfast seta, Buffets, Radios and Washers. B.IUSTROM'8 FURNITURE SEE ME FOR Heal Bargains in farms, loans; drainage surveying and estimates on tile. — Phil J Kohlhaas, phone'22, Algona. 1-M AVAILABLE immediately: 1 McCormick Deering electric milk- er with 2 single unit 70 Ib. stainless steel pails. Algona Implement Co. 12 FOR SALE: 4 sows, May farrow. George Baas, West Bend, Phone 52on2. 12* Sorensen Specials Fresh Pineapple each 29c Fancy Cookies, 3 kinds, ass't Ib. 29c Jumbo Wet Shrimp, 3 red pts. ..can 43c In Mustard or Tomato Sauce Sardines, 4 red points 2 cans 29c Hi-Ho Crackers large pkg. 21C Catsup, 30 blue pts. large bottle |9c Pillsbury Pancake Flour Ig. pkg. 27c Dixianna Wheat Cereal Ig. pkg. |Qc Peaches, 200 blue pts. ..No. 10 can jj(JC Juno Suds large pkg- 2 for 25c Light House Cleanser .3 cans |3g Frozen Raspberries, Cherries, Baked Beans, Chili Beans, Spaghetti in Tomatoes' FOR SALE: Red clover seed and Red Wing flax seed with .good Ames test for both. Kyle Keith, Burt. , 12 FOR SALE: 35 purebred Chester White bred gilts. Will farrow in March and April Extra good gilts from large litters. George Wolf, LuVerne. Corwith Phone 36F16. 5t | SHEEP SHEARING: Carl Wiener, Burt. Phone 173. 11-13* I NLA ID, LINOLEUM, linowall, tile, laid by .experts. Custom work. Cowan Building Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 16-3-8tf :WANTED: Married man for farm work. Year around job, best of wages and extras. House with .electricity furnished. Thoreson Brothers, 4 miles west and 3 miles north of Swea City. lOtf TYPEWRITER • RIBBONS: All kinds of typewriter and adding machine ribbons. The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona. 6tf FOR SALE: A going filling sta- ex- Joel M. Henbsti Reai"Est"ate am •tion. Station and "land in cellent Catholic community. WILL PAY CASH for good refrigerator, any .make. Everett Steven, Sexton, Phone Algona 40-J11. . . 12* Miscellaneous FOR SALE: Team of sorrel mares, 5 and 6 years old, well broke. C. R. Kollasch, Whittemore. 12-13* FOR SALE: Kitchen cabinet, oyster oak porcelain, top. Henry Harms, Jr., West Bend. 12-13* FOR SALE: Good baled hay and straw. Call 30-F21, Algona. Leo McEnroe. 12* Ins. 12 FOR SALE: 1939 Chevrolet town Service sedan. Hoenk Motor West of Court House. 12 FOR SALE: 1500 toales wild hay and straw. Henry Arridorfer St. Benedict. <• 12* FOR SALE: House and garage and ten lots in Wesley. Contact Mrs. Sylvia O'Conner, Nora Springs, Iowa. 12-13* FOR SALE: One Montgomery Ward electric cream separator, like new. 25 bales straw. Arnold Danielson, 5 miles east Algona. 12* FOR llALE: Two 1939 Chevrolet town sedans. Hoenk Motor Service, West of Court House. 12 FOR SALE: Two spotted Poland China fall boars. Hiram Ackerman, Lone Rock. 12-13* RUMMAGE SALE March 23-24 at Allen Motor Co. Doors open at 9:00 a. m. Anyone wishing to contribute baked goods please bring it to ,the sales room. Algona Townsend Club No. 1 12* USED MACHINERY 14-ft. McCormick Deering tractor disc; 6-section tractor spike tooth harrow; used pump jack; 2-16" Allis Chalmers plow; 3-14" slat bottom McCorrr.'ch-Dcering plow; John Deere endgate Feeder; 2-14" John 'Deere plow; Hayes corn planter, 3 years old; 5-ft. McCormick-Deering mower, enclosed gears; single row potato planter, ••' Llnde Implement Co. Phone 64 Swea City, Iowa 12 '-THE GAY PAREE, HAND'S < PARK, will open Saturday, •March 31 using the music box. No cover change. Come when you can and stay until 11:30. Every Sunday evening will be the big •Jiights, featuring an orchestra and IF YOU NEED rubber stamps for any purpose, you can order them at The Algona Upper Des Moines. 40c and up. 13-U PLACE YOUR ORDERS now for ' Commercial Fertilizer. Supply limited. Sargent & Co., Phone 360, Algona. 4-tf SEE ME for tankage, Sargent feeds, heavy barbed wire, woven wire, steel posts, and creosoted poles. • Irvington Co-operative Co Irvington. all-12 • We're still'tdklng Abtift '"1 '•''•'' QUALITY Chrischilles Store Sometimes, It may seem tfo our customers, W t&lfc too' much about QUALITY, Sometimes, we presttnl'6 6ur customers say to themselves—"Why is, the CHRIS" GRILLES STORE forever harping on QUALITY. Ail good stores nowadays sell quality 'goods', .(Joint they?" ,• In the first place NO STOR*E (JAN GET ALL THE' QUALITY GOODS IT WANTS -THESE DAYS.' So many stores "fill in" with Just/'anythlng" they dan buy. We prefer to be oUt of certain goods If'we can't get the quality we.want at the right price. That applies to our children's department. We have practically no children's dresses because we can't find a •QUALITY LINE where we can buy enough to fill our needs. The same principle applies all thru the store. It is. YOUR SAFEGUARD, it is OUR PROTECTION for the future. You can't beat QUALITY. And you still find it here today. In these uncertain times, when stores can sell anything and mainy are !? not particular about WHAT they sell, you may be SURE that your coat or suit or dress is a QUALITY ITEM. And remember you pay no more for a QUALITY COAT than for a cheap, shoddy "war-baby." . ANEW IDEA ALL DISPLAY advertising cop must be in the hands of ou FOR SALE: Marion seed-oats. Mike Loss, Algona. 12* FOR SALE: 1938 Chevrolet I T. truck, 7.00x20 tires and 14 ft. stock and grain box with folding stock rack. Glen Adrean, Irvington. 12-14* War Approved Early Ohio Seed Potatoes, sack $5.25 Irish Cobbler Seed Potatoes, sack $4.08 Onion Sets—Northrup King Seeds FOR SALE: Two 2-year old piggy, Spotted Poland China sows. Hiram Ackerman, Lone Rock, Iowa. 12-14* Cauliflower, Green Beans, Peas, New Potatoes, Radishes, Green Onions, Green Peppers, Pascal and Regular Celery, Carrots, Head and Leaf Lettuce, Cabbage, yams f Limes, Lemons, Oranges, Regular and Pink Grapefruit, Apples. FOR SALE; Tank truck pump and meter with new Lawson engine. Kossuth Oil Co. 11-12* FOR SALE: 1941 Ford 4-door touring. Hoenk Motor Service, West of Court House. 12 FOR SALE: Baled red clover hay; John Deere 2-16" tractor plow. 1% miles SW Rodman. Farrell Alban. jo* FOR SALE: 1939 Ford Truck, long wheel base. Combination stock and grain box, very good 10 ply tires, new motor. Ceiling price. 10 good used cars. W. E. Ley, Lakota, Iowa. New Merchandise Hog and poultry feeders and waterers. Stock tanks, windrowers, pick-up attachments. Harrow drawbars, wagon boxes, sweeprakes, Jayhawk stacker on rubber, cream separators. ( Used Machines Corn planters, plows, mowers, sweeprake, dump- rake, wagon boxes, Letz mill, Tower cultivator for W. C. manure spreader, wagon. FOR SALE: 1 15-ft. John Deere disc. F-30 tractor. Phone 3512, Fenton. 12* FOR SALE: 3 Jersey cows. Don Webner, 4% miles east of Cor- Wr'.th. 12* Veal Roasts, A Grade, 3 pts- ...... Ib. Veal Sirloin, A Grade, 7 pts. ...... Ib. Fresh Side Pork in Chunk, 5 pts. Ib. 27c Pork Shoulder Roast, 5 pts. ........ Ib. 3lc T-Bones, B Grade, 9 pts. ............ Ib. 35 C Home Made Bologna, 3 pts ......... Ib. 26c Wieners, 5 pts- ............................ Ib SEE Algona Implement Co. for Farmers Friend manure loaders. 12 HYBRID SEED CORN State certified Hybrid No| 4316 $5,00 to $6.50 per bu. No corn better for machine picking, or yielding .ability on good soils Early variety. Iowa 306. This Hybrid is also called the Improved 939,is a top yielder but a little later in maturity than the 4316. $4.00 to $5.50 per bu. M. A. Sorlein 2 miles north of Bode 11-14* VOR SALE: Automatic ..„ „ machine. N o r b e r t Frideres, Bode, Phone 2560. 12* FOR SALE: About 15 tons good silage. Amos Finnestad, Fenton. 12* "^ircstone" Tires "Tractolube" Oil BRADLEY BROS. Phone -714 Algona, Iowa ; "Hydraulic J^arin., Hand" -—Stacker .Loaders Cnrisc L es Cliriscliilles " Leave order for Easter Hams and your favorite 1 cut of meat. Help the Boys! Save your waste fat. The govern*, ment needs it. We pay two red points a pound. Sorensen Grocery Co Deliveries Tuesday and Friday Phones 138—139 FOR SALE: Johns-Manville Type A Blown Home Insulation installed. For estimate call Del Leaneagh, Phone 767, representing Wormhoudt Home Insulation Co. 44tf FOR SALE: 1936 Dodge 2-door touring. Hoenk Motor Service, West of Court House. 12 SEE Algona Implement Co. for hydraulic manure loaders for FarmaU H and M and John Deere A and B tractors. 12 FOR SALE: Blue Tag seed potatoes and tablestock potatoes. Different varieties and sizes. Best of quality. Thoreson Brothers, 4 miles west and 3 miles north of Swea City. 3-tf SALE: Eagle water proof home insulation, "blown in." Expert inspection, estimating service. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 20-3-8U FOR SALE: Modero 8 room hpme, deep lot with fruit trees, not far out. $5000.. See Joel M. Herbst, Real Estate and Ins. 12 FOR SALE: 1934 V-8, new motor, good condition, good rubber Call 2-F14, Louis Schumacher, Algona. ' 12* FOR SALE: 2 .bottom McCormick Deering 16 in. plow, good condition. Peter Muller, 6 miles east West Bend. 12* FOR SALE: Baled alfalfa hay and two roan horses, Frank Youngwirth LuVerne. 12 FOR SALE: Storkline baby buggy, gray leather, practically new. Call 410. Capt. H. S. Bannister, 12 FOR SALE: Hardwick quick cook range in good condition. W. A- Rusch, Whittemore. 12 FOR SALE: 200 bales stack baled straw. Strawberry roan gelding 13 years old. Clarence Swedin, mile east, % south Sexton. 12* FOR SALE: Well matched bay mare team coming 4 and 0 years old, about 1500 Ibs.; also John Deere 999 corn planter, and a good 38-in. wagon box, W. H. Mayer, Algona. Phone 3302, Lone Rock. 12* FOR SALE: Model D John Deere 1527 tractor. 3-14" John Deere plow. Both in gcxxj condition. Phone 15on89, Burt. 12 FOR SALE: Will sell cheap if removed at once—the oil station building on our lot south of Hotel Algona, corner of Thorington and Nebraska. Building is complete ncluding two sets plumbing fixtures, electric ... for a REED SLIM Waistline GOSSARD'S MisSimfJicity* gently molds your figure to sculptured perfection. The diagonal pull of the aoss-ove* •la*ti« itr»p« at center bade acc«nt( & slim waistline; floe Una •foftic pmeU for a narrowtd- down hip-line. Enlw JUypn Sheer in • wfl, ^ flatteripg lily print, Self material 1 pleating edge* the |leeve« •n4 mat to • double row the neckline to the he«, CwneUi*. 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