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the interest 6f thfe 1 th waf mixed chorus; recessional. They were J. L. Miller, postponed ffSm this chairman, Karl Bremmel, Walter Lockwood, W. U'tJi) tattti*. . vkt«d--a few,days list weefc . 28, and will fleet at thfe h6mg <5tte of theMaittePs' Mt* RT.0, BjuV* tURT GRADUATING PROGRAM OF WEEK feurt: Commencement program Jind exercises for ttie class of '45 be held in the high schoo auditorium tonight, Thursday Prelude by woodwind trio, Mari- ;yn Ditsworth, Yvonne Ditsworth smd Shirley Lockwood! processional; invocation, Rev. Heddle; feaxophone duet, Gerald fliedel «nd Bill Boetteher; presentation Of citizenship awards, Mrs. J. L. filler of the Legion Auxiliary; Bolo, Rose Ellen Ditsworth, with jgirls* sextette; commencement address, C. T: Feelhayer, Ft. Dodge high school principal; presentation of class, Supt, W. B. Officer; ^presentation of diplomas, Mr. Bachut, board president; national anthem by audience; benediction, Rev. Heddle; music by band. Baccalaureate Well Attended , In spite of the rain Sunday evening there was a good attendanpe at the baccalaureate services. Following was the program: Processional; invocation, Rev. Heddle; America, audience; scripture reading; solo, John Riebhoff; song, tnlxed chorus; sermon, Rev. Heddle; anthem, mixed chorus; ben- 3 Friday morning at the students will report cards. receive their Men of the Methodist church are now working on the walls Of the church proper. 'Mrs. Chas. Schrader received a Mother's Day telegram greeting from her son, Pvt. Max Schrader, ndw in France. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Hasse received word last week : f rom their son Albert that he has been pro*- moted to sergeant. He is serving in the European area. There will be no community picnic this year on the last day of school because of food restrictions and.the labor situation. If possible, here may be a ball game Friday afternoon. The Presbyterian and Methodist congregations will unite in their services for Sunday. ' In keeping with the Presbyterian, time of services there will be 'union Sunday school at 11. Rev. Heddle will bring the message and the Presbyterian choir . will have charge of the music. Services at the Presbyterian church. Ttfe following Burt citizens at:ended a luncheon and meeting at ,he Marvin hotel Monday noon in B. Officer, H. E. Rafthut, K. J. Smith, C. C. Smith, Harvey Thompson, Fred Vogel and Howard McMullen. SOCIETY Troutnftfn, Silk'- Brothers left Bjustrom assisting. • «-.;•—/ Royal Nelahbo* Lodge** ; The Royal Neighbor Lodge will meet Thursday evenitfg, May 24, — i rtiA/t ^^A*IJJ.U._ ^ ___ _ ft __ f J..' Vivian Steplicnson Wedding— Mr. and Mrs, At Rosenmeyer of St. Benedict have received an invitation ,to the wedding of Vivian Stephenson, daughter of Mrs. Frances Schenck Stephenson, of Chicago. to Francis The marriage will • take. place May 26 at 10 o'clock.in the morning in the Queen of 'Angels church. Their attendants will be Louise Huschka, cousin ,pf the bride, • and his brother. 7}he couple -will make •their home in Chicago. Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer, and daughter Patsy will attend .the wedding. iMiss Stephenson was formerly of St. Benedict and attended high school ata, Algona. Her mother is the former Frances Huschka. sister of Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer and August Huschka of St. Benedict. Double Wedding: Ceremony For Klatt Girls— In a double wedding ceremony performed by Rev. Luther Loesch Wednesday afternoon, May 16, at 4:00 o'clock at the .Trinity Lutheran parsonage, Vernona Klatt was united in marriage to Pfc. Willis B. Ridge, Jr. of Moro, Ark.; and her sister, Evelyn Klatt, became the bride of Pvt. Alvin Johnson of Hardy. Each attended 'the other couple. Vernona is employed by the Dau Garage and Body Shop and Evelyn toy Funk & Deim. Pfc. Ridge as now stationed at the local P. W. camp, and Pvt. Johnson is home on furlough from Camp at 8:00. Officers plaese be present. are asked to "75" Club Met Mo«day— , Mr. and Mrs. Al Thompson entertained members of the "75" club of the First Lutheran church Monday 'evenlngi Rebekah Lodge-^ . ' The Rebekah' Lodge will meet Tuesday evening, M&y 22,' at 6:00 at the V. F. W. hall. There Mil be initiation. Idle Hour Club Met Wednesday— The Idle Hour Club me"t Weu- nesday for a dessert lunch at Mfs. L. C. Hanson's. >~ ' \ Baptist Circle No. 1 •Mrs. W. A. White enter&lned members of the Baptist .Church Circle No. 1 this Thursday afternoon. _..'f. aUd Mfs. 'tflSftv' After Jteavma here thiSy Visited, With 'hds parents at Mlbjh* 31, S. lC» afld fr6«l there , lelt Mssday fdf Shelddfi, Wash., where the lieutenant is jstatione'd as ft navy pilot. Ottoaen Soldier to California Camp ' ' Ottosen: Pvt. LeRoy Worby f^ turhed home,. Thursday evening to the home of "Mr. and Mrs. Ray Telford for 'a 15 day furlough. The young 'man is in an''lnti-tank division of, the '.infantry and he is LOCALS Hood, Texas, graduates of school. Both the girls are the 'Fenton high Tor desk or date, for ^oss or faw, "fly-frontp" is the answer. lw$?cc$\y t of "Central Park" &»yp« fritf it makes Jffsbi news with its broad,, softly draped Sizes iOto.20. DORALL is the name of a brand new nationally advertised line of tailored sport dreseses which will be featured exclusively at the store from now on. We haye been" very successful with DOR^LL dresses this Spring and you will find them in the Fall and Winter line. Right now we are specializing 1 on a line of exclusive prints and fine gaberdines and the prices are only $11.75 and $12.95. Where could you buy finer dresses than this at such a low price? Beta Sigma Phi Plans Picnic for Mothers— A picnic honoring the mothers of Beta Sigma Phi sisters was planned Tuesday evening at the regular club meeting of the Alpha Psi Chapter. The picnic will be held next Tuesday at the state park if weather permits. The committee in charge of the arrangements consists of: Valeria Williams, chairman, Jean Miner, Dot Smith, Elgene Calhoun, Esther Sigsbee and Mary Frances Carney. Also following the meeting handkerchief showers were given to four of 'the girls who are leaving the group, Kay Mills, Elnor I/etlefsen, Phyllis Eninger. and Marie Voelker. A light lunch was also served. C. D. of A. Regular Meeting Election of Officers— The regular meeting of the Catholic Daughters of America was held Thursday, May 10, at which time election of officers was held as follows: Grand regent, Mae O'Brien; vice regent, Ida Winkel; prophetess, Bernice Reynolds; lecturer, Mary Barry; financial secretary, Judy DeZel- lar; treasurer, Minnie Matern; historian, Irene Griffin; monitor, Lenore Kinsey; sentinel, Mayme Kelly; organist, Josie McEvoy; trustee for three years, Veronica Roethler and Margaret Beringer. Mrs. Amos Angle Entertains— Mrs. Amos Angel entertained Sunday the ifollowing people: Mr and Mrs. Bud Robinson and sons Bill and Dick of Los Angeles Calif., Mr. and Mrg. George Higgins and children, Darlene and Marine Duane Higgins of Titonka, Mrs. Diana Alexander and son Teddy Bob of Fort'Dodge an d Mr. and Mrs. 'Earl Bowman and children of Algona. Mrs.' Dorothy Fierce Honoree at Farewell Party— Mrs.- Walter 'Jenson and Mrs. Cidney Laird entertained twelve friends Wednesday evening at 'the home of Mrs. S. B. French honoring Mrs. Dorothy Pierce. Cards were played with first prize going to Mrs. Lloyd Robinson and second to Mrs. Carl Morck. Bel Canto/Luncheon Saturday— The Bel Canto club will have its final meeting of the season Saturday at a 1:00 o'clock luncheon at Cook's cafe. There will be election of officers. The active president, Mrs. Dorothy Pierce, expects to leave soon to join her husband in Tennessee. C. D. of A. Banquet Tuesday— The Catholic Daughters of America will hold their annual Mothers and Daughters Day banquet at the Algona Country Club Tuesday evening, May 22, at 8:00 o'clock. All members are cordially invited The H. R. Rosewalls of Blue Earth, Minn., were Sunday .ylslt- ors at the home of his mother, Mrs. Emily Rosewall. Mrs. Anton Hess and daughter Marie of Dubuque were week-end visitors at ithe home of her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. John Faiber of Ottosen. Mrs. Ed Hauptman and daughters, Dorothy and Mrs. Lenus Hutehins, and >the letter's family, all of Wesley, spent Sunday here with another daughter, Mrs. Harry Barton, and family. Fay Hopkins, who has been .visiting for the past two weeks with his mother, Mrs. Laura Hopkins, and other relatives, expects to leave some time this week to return to Glendale, Calif., where he has been employed by Douglas Aircraft. • Mrs. Carol Luddington of New York City returned to her home Monday after spending a week visiting here with her sister, Mrs. Dorothy Pierce, who will leave soon to join her husband in Ten- , . in a cre^-. of ten men that handles a 67 mm. gun. Pvt; Worby was graduated from tHe Ofctosen high school with the Class,of,1941 ahd previous- to his induction in 'January of this year helped on the Ray Telford farm east of t6\vn, The young man was 'iftductea atf Fort Snelling'i and was' sent , to ' Jeff ergon Barracks, ;Mo., 'and then to Camp Hood, Texas 1 , • 'where he received his training.,. He will leave Monday evening,' May 21, for Fort Ord, Calif. Whether he will receive further training there or go directly overseas is not known. . farms, loans, df had estimate! bli: tile, «* Phi , Kohlhaas, phdlW 22, Alg6na. l»ff TYPEWftitfift RlBfdNS: All kinds of typewrite* Tahd addiftg machine ribbons.. The Algona Upper Des MslhesYjAlgdha, 6tf FLOOR SANDlN6'«fid Aeflnish- ing. Heavy commercial equipment. Portable power plant. Cowan Bldg.'Supply,Co.. phone 276, Algona. . ,'^.,,.',. ffl?-8' 186ft, 4 ft.' High, '180 ft', a 1 * mesH, $3.19, C. S, Johnson's Hardware 20* MSN'S All Elastic Suspenders at Johnson's. 20* SELL your lat$ m6df«r-'cia? to us for the highest {Meis. Free In- 'ormation on ceilings/ ttoenk Motor Service, jWest'of, Cdurt House. •) " '• '• ^ 36tf ALL D1SPLAV advertising copy must Be in" the-' haMs of our printers by WednesdaSLrioon to nsure publication-, M Tntft paper the following Thursday. The Al- gous Upper BesHoines. 2-tf HOSPITAL NEWS General Hospital May 10: Mrs. Donald Young- wteth, LuVerne, girl; Mrs. Clifton Copas, Algona, girl. May 12: Mrs. Elmer Schnetzer, Renwick, medical. Kossutn Hospital May 10: Mrs. Joseph Salz, Algona boy. May 11: Mrs. Charlie Fox, Algona, boy. May 12: Mrs. Clayton Percival, Algona, girl; Melvin Reiken, Burt, sUrgical; Jeanette Menke, . Baa- crorft, surgical; Mrs. Frances Willey, Algona, expired. I May 13: Mrs. Wayne Stewart, Algona boy; Mrs. Earl Sanftner, Swea City f boy. , . May. 14: Mrs. Lawrence Blocker, Bancroft boy. May 15: Mrs. Kenneth Fostei", Algona, boy; Mrs. Duane Adams, Bancroft, boy; Mrs. Nick Klein, Livermore, medical. HYBRID SEED CORN State certified HyBfid >No. 4316, 15.00 to $8.50 per; bU. rNo corn better for machirie> picking, o yielding ability on good soils Early variety. i ;• • Iowa 306. This'.Hybrid is als called the Improved 939, is a to ylelder but a little later in ma turity than the 4316. $4.00 t $5.50 per bu". -•'-••'••.' M. A. Sortlen , 2 miles north of,Bode. 18t Daisy Hog Waterer^ $2.58 * 5 Gal. Poultry Walters, $2.79 Used Laundry Stove, $7.56 Used Circulating 1 Heater, $12.00. - Johnson's Hardware , 20* SHEEP SHEARING: Carl Wiener, Burt. Phone 4173. " 20» .... both t. the hospital r of cSliValescence tit hbfire. MrsT Jens S6f6i}«6n, Burh 26* Cfti-d of Thanks We wish to* thank bur friends a,nd neighbors for the many kind* nesses extended to us at the time" bf the death 6f our beloved husband aftd father. Mrs. Peter-, Origer find children and Mr. arid' Mrs". Maurice Fickfoohm, Whltte* more. 20* Baby Chicks Order Today While Still Available. \ Kossuth County Hatchery Algona, ; Iowa Phone 800 • 20-2 WILL THE PERSON .who took my billfold from the Coffee Shop Monday afternoon please return to me? Mrs. Ruth Godden Phone 813, Lone Rock. 20 JUST RECEIVED:..!" mesh chicken netting.in heights If 18", 24' and 30". Raesly ^.Lumber Co. Phone 234, "Algona. 20-21 Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES > Minimum charge 35c for 12 words or less. When paid with order, 3c per word;' when charged, 4c per word. No ag- ^commission allowed. If advertising agents charge their clients.4c and send cash with order they receive Ic commission. Blind ads 25c. For Sale FOR SALE: Two-year-old. Hoi , stein bull, eligible for registra tion. Also 2 year heifer : fres' in summer. Orville Gardner Phone 3512, Lone iRock. 20 FOR SALE: One,milch cow t ; freshen latter part of -.May Max Block, LuVerne. 2 FOR SALE: Johns-Manville Typ A Blown Home Insulation in stalled. For estimate call De Leaneagh, Phone 767, represent Ing ' Wormhoudt Home Insulation Co. 44t FOR SALE: Eagle water proo • home - insulation, "blown in. Expert inspection, estimating serv ice. Cowan Bldg. ' Supply ' Co phone 275, Algona. 20-3-8t FOR SALE: 'Heavy jsteel ink •. drums,-15 gal. size. $1.00 each The Algona -Upper -Des Moin.es ' , . 18t LOST STRAYED STOLEN LET THE WANT APS WQBK FOR TOD I Reach 12,000 People With A. U. D. M. Want Ads FOR SALE: SMsxll Yellow Rail road Manilla second sheets, 50 sheets, 85o. The Algona Des Moines. Uppe 18t FOR SALE: A few cabinets o Hamilton bond stationery. 251 sheets, 250 envelopes, $3 ( 25. Thi Algona Upper Des Moines. 18t FOR SALE: Pure bred Hampshire boars. Walter Ruger, LuVerno 18-19-20-2 FOR SALE: White Rock and White Leghorn baby chicks Complete line Nutrena chick and poultry feeds, Sani-floor chick litter, Wellendorf Hatchery, wes of fairgrounds. 20 FOR SALE: Young cattle dogs George Wagner, Bode. 20 FOR SALE: Modern insulated home, hardwood floors and garage. Kern Ellerick, Whittemore. 20-21 FOR SALE: Riding boots, size 7. men's shoe skates, size 7; ladies' shoe skates, size 5.- Kern Ellerick, Whittemore. 20-21 FOR SALE: Medium size steel bin, like new. Alfred Bierstedt, Whittemore. . 20* FOR SALE: Early Golden Bantam sweet corn seed, 20c per Ib. Pine Croft Farm, Mildred Carlisle, Whittemore. 20* FOR SALE: Registered Milking Shorthorn bulls. Serviceable age. Robert Hingsdorf, Woden. - 20-22* FOR SALE: 1928 International truck with 8x10x4 grain box and four good tires, Louis Sehepp- mann, Irvington. Algona phone. 20,21* FOR SALE: ,8x14 folding side truck box: 3Mfe,,sOJ '.#»&,«le« vator; John Deere GJP tractor and plow; 10-20 McCormick-Deering tractor and plow. Harley E. Hanson, 4 miles south Sexton and 1 west. 20r21* FOR SALE: Le^ roughage grinder. A. J. M^yer, Fenton, Phone 2810, Lone Rock. 20-21* FOR SALE: Richland and Manchu spy beans. Germinate 90 or better. Price $2.65. Phone in advance. 2558. LuVerne. Alvin L. Weber. 20-32* FOR SALE: Manchu ant} Richland soy beans. Hugh Rjney. FOR SALE: One fall Duroc boar. W t :J, Barr, Algona. 20* FOR - SALE: years 'old. Hereford bull, ;3 Kenneth Brandovy, ________ 1-F31, Algona. 20* FOR-SALE: 1934 Chevrolet coach in^good condition; has heater. Mrs." Robert Kyhl, Fenton. 20 FOR SALE: 4-piece modern bedroom suite in excellent condition. Mrs. Ray Kyhl, Fenton, Phone 117. 20" FOR SALE: Habaro soybeans. Test 95%. $3.25 bu. Middle Hill .Farm, J. I. Peer, mgr. Phone 8-F22,. Algona. 20-21* FOR'SALE: 4 wheel rubber tirod "Hfrnf Wagons. ^Uxtable's Fira- stone Store. . -K -20 SUDSBERRYS CHOICE, American Saddle Stallion at stud. Dark chestnut color.'"Standing at farm 1 mile east and % mile south of Algona. Inquire or write for particulars. Colts to show. Also two registered yearling ; saddle fillies for sale. C. JR. Hutehins. . 20-22* AUTHORIZED MAYTAG AND FRIGIDAIRE DEALER New Clean Easy Trackllne and portable ihilkers. .Chore Boy portable .milkers. Perfection Pipe Line milkers. Iowa all electric and hand turn cream separators. Automatic water: heaters. %, 1/3 and Vt h. p. electric motors. Used: 2 Cream Separators, Vega and McCormick-Deering. 2 Brjggs & Stratton and 2 Maytag engines for lawnmowers...'. 'Belts for all kinds of appliances. ' ' • ,We repair all. makes of; washing " machines i and-'- .refrigerators. Wringer rolls.lor all ^washing machines. .Algona Maytag Co. 20 WE WILL TEACH part time- full time, pleasant,._interesting, steady employment. Come in for Bine Rose Lanchere SPECIAL FOR A tIMITED TIME AT ,•. •CREAMS { •LOTIONS •SHAMPOOS II«. •SPECIALTIES • IATH PREPARATIONS •FACE POWDER •ROUOE •LIPSTICKS These BLUE HOSE Toiletries are the small ones sold exclusively by this .store (and Marshall Field & Company, Chicago) for many years past at $1.00. Thru mass production, prices: hare .been decreased and we believe this is the greatest value in toiletries today. All articles are notfc 2dcJi F6r limited time only. '%;v A.' V ' ; ; • • • .•••'•• IllllllliniWlf FOR:SAIiE;: Bay aw} white spotted-riding Howe','"2; years old. Gaited. : Carroll J. Cram, Corwith. - •- . 20* FOR' SALE: Partly constructed 2 wheel scooter.- New tires -and tubes: Huxtable's Firestone Store. ..•..-':•. 20 FQR.-SALE: '36 Chevrolet master town ?sedan. As is. OPA price $345, plus Iowa sales tax, license and heater, Hoenk Motor Service, iWest of Court. House. . 20 FOR SALE: '37 Chevrolet master town sedan. As is. OPA price $345, plus Iowa sales tax, license and heater Hoehk Motor Service, West of Court House. 20 FOR SALE: Just received six Mq- Cormick-Deering fertilizer attachments for horse drawn and tractor planters. Four McCormick-Deering tractor hitches for horse drawn planters. R. C. Bauer Implement Co., Wesley, Phone 3311. 27u20-21 Wanted The Weather WANTED: To share ride to Al- goaa : $Ummer school from Fenton or Whittemore, Inquire this office., . u .. ' "20* WANTED; Man to work on farm and feed livestock. Must be able to run tractor. Inquire Upper Des Moines office. 20-21* I MUST GET A MAN at once in this community'to work with, ow District Manager. Must ha,ye car and be over 25 years of age. ; The work is essential to the war effort and in Jine'wiOi the gram advocated by. the Pe- tnj«nt ot A45rictiitwe.",per R manent work, gcwd .pay. fop man who has lived on ijtann. Writ? % his pip?* i • . 20 Fight the surnmer heat in the CHAMP light weight flexible braids. These hats are Champs for style and Champs for value—at $3, * • ,, Just Panamas, woven in Mtflcellftnetnu ADDING MACHINE Roll* (or J the Algon* Vpper P*J oe. Regular size, ISc tor 25£. La>ge s«e, 20c each, 2 ' fewa, NLA 10 LINOLEUM, tile, teu4 by experts. Custom work. Cowan Building Si " Co., phofle 275, Algona. If YOU ?*f£P Sout lor you t)y for «p. „> '- < ' A WIDE CHOICE, RECORDS^ All pk Needle* & R^dio $ Pectric,

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