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;! SflSfiSp tlllif : -fwr:Aiiliflipfe* IMS i'th6 ', & $';#» Ms iefi fd* fv* after a.visit fll Z>1 Bii mother; Mrs. Wll* ' •; ^ •••'-" " - S/Sgt. Carl .fie'-has beetf .with ? -.thfc signal overseas J fojv;|iyetti?s and at .^resent tlftlft, 'Is-. located *some- ere 1ft .detftiSfrtf' Ka has writ- pen 'that Mriietopatiy is being Ibfoken up. v "sbiHe of the men re«'state& -others re- nerfhe.%m still 6th^ ier menibers, were being transfer- ed (they thought) to the Pacific -''' "*'"'' ' leiifes fftttt Delivery" Work, If''Austin Mitsven; after'nearly 20 Shears of service delivering tha Tort Dodge 'Messenger.;. Jn Bode, has.retired to devote more time to .his potato growing business. Ha i'alsb for many years ; h>s carried " mail to and from the* Min. Jimmy Hanson, son of Mr. arid Mrs. Art Hanson'has taken over the paper route. , •Ladies Aid: Hostesses. • 1 -Hostesses-'at'the meeting •• of Ladies Aid 'Thursday :afternoon •were-Mrs;, Sidney* v R6lland,"'Mrs. Martha Ame/> Mrs. Sigyal finger, >Mrs. Borgila.Jdh1ns6n, IVtrs. Walts' ter (Bakkeh and Mrs. Odin _Rood. Brings Overseas Men Home. ; m^- "Richard Sater'ri£d>..3/C,';-wtte on Bfi- duty aboard the liberty ship which " docked in New York June 28, with returned American, soldiers from overseas.' The ship was caught in a hurricane enroute -from France to the stated and Richard wrote his parents It was "a very exciting experience". -, ' Red Oak Guests. Mrs. Robert Torrence and ; ,daughters Caroline and Patricin, of Red Oak, are guests at the home of her parents Dr. and Mrs. P. W. Qually. . '.•.-..-'• . Tompklns Returns to States. Pvt. Vernon Tompkins who has been hospitalized in the Philippines for some time with severe burns, has returned to the State? and at the present time is beintj treated in a hospital at ElPaso ; Texas. ' * ••> , WAC Transferred. Pvt. Alice I/omen daughter of : Mr. and Mrs. Johrt Lomen, who recently has completed her basic ; training :in the Women's Army } Corps, 'has been transferred 'from ' Des 'Moines.to Tampa, Fla. j Leo Kinseth has .returned from ; a business .trip to Des'Moines. PW VoMad, after ft two iWeek Visit M the home of Mf 1 .,find M!fsv Lars : Mitsven. has returned to: heif home in Volga, S. 0. '." ScoUtmastef -Loreri Eastman 1 and several of the Boy Scouts haVe..fe* turned from camping and fishing at Redding Lake near Algona. Mr. arid Mrs. Verne Hale, of Fort podge, .spent Sunday at ,the Walter Thompson home. Another guest there was Mrs. Frank <rumm r of,'Mason City. Mr. and Mrs/Paul Wade are moving fr&m their farm home into' the house recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lyons. Mr. Wade anfl his son will continue to .operate their farmr Oden Rood took over the man- _gement of Rood's Cafe July 1. The restaurant has been operated by Mft and Mrs. Harold Rood for several years. They Will remain in Bode, however, for Mr. Rood is in the oil business here. , iMr, and Mrs. Burton Rood and Daughters have returned from Ln- toonl Where they visited at the lome of Mrs, Rood's parents and were present at a family reunion before her brother left for service in the merchant marines. -• •Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Opheim, of Athes, and sons David and Lt. Wallace Opheim, of the Eighth Air Fdrce,'were Sunday guests at the horne' of Mrs. Opheim's sister, Mrs. Andy Olson. They* were enroute to Okoboji where they spent July 4th. - fattl L. Richardson has resumed his-paihting work this week after being confined all last week with stfept throat Infection. Mrs, Milton Norton WAS taken to Rochester, Minn., Wednesday morning for an emergency operation. As yet, no further word has been heard. Walter Reid of Des Molncs came Monday night to spend the 4th of July holidays With his two brothers, Albert and Ben, and sister, Mrs. Mayrrie Steinman. Joyce Stam. an experienced beauty operator from Estherville, will begin employment Monday,July 9, at the Star Beauty Shop, owned by Mrs. Alice Wilkins. Mrs. Beecher Lane spent the week end at Sheldon visiting Mrs. Joe Febig and friends. The Lane's are former residents of there. Mrs. Lane is employed t at the Chris- chilles Store. Two Couples Issued Marriage Licenes Marriage licenses this week were Issued to Lloyd G. Shobert, 21, of Harbor Bend, Mich., and Evelyn Wilhelml, 21, of Bancroft, June 30, and to Melvin R. Abbas, 28, of Burt, and Alefiha Cook, Yl; of Algona, July 3 . News Items of Burt Vicinity Supper Guests. , Mr. and Mrs. Chris Godfredson and Mr. . and Mrs. Frank Nelson and sons, of Ringsted, were supper guests Thursday night at the Elza Woltz homfe. .. • • . Parents of New Son. w ' Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Krautz, of Titonka, are the parents, of a son, born to them in the Mercy hospital Mason City, June 26. The baby weighed six pounds, 13 ounces and has 'been named Noel James. Noel has one brother, DeVerg, } who is three years. Mrs. Krautz is the former Raemond Kuestler. Give Pastor Birthday Cake. The Lutheran Aid, Society .met Thursday afternoon in the church parlors. Mrs. George Koestler and Mrs. Bertha Koestler were hostesses. It was Rev. F. Rieth's birthday so a birthday cake was made and presented to him. Visit Relatives. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coffin and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Holding, of Milwaukee,- Wis., came Saturday for a'visit with relatives here. This Lowe Brothers p L AX Your cabinets and woodwork will shine with first day newness when you use PLAXI Best of all, this ixjrcelain- like finish is econotnical, for ^ hides with one coat, is. easy to clean and teaists weat and abuse. Lowe Brothers MELLO-GLOSS your WtcJben walls a modern^ ^ beauty ;trcsitwe«t ofvM^lPr gieinJTglosj! wall pamV Detains the is Charles' first visit home since he went to Milwaukee to work three years -ago. The Holdings are visiting at the Ohafee home. Returned from Iceland. Sgt. and Mrs. Edwin Manus spent from Friday till Monday at the Henry Manus home. 'Sgt. Manus recently fr.om Iceland, and has a^30}-py furlough. They left 'M6hday : ;#6 ! r Minnesota where they'plan to^isit relatives. St. John's Lutheran Church. The W-alther League will meet on Friday evening, with Beverly and Rhodora Bussie serving. Sunday, July 8: 9:15 Sunday school; 10:00 divine service. Ferdinand Reith. t f The V. S. W| had their sewing meeting at the sdhool house Friday afternoon. Mrs. Ray Dremmel entertained the Fortnightly club at her home Friday afternoon. Mrs. Ada Mauns sale of household goods, was well attended Saturday 'afternoon. The-Mariners club had a picnic on the Presbyterian church lawn June > ; 24.'''It was the last meeting for'this group until.September. Ridhard and Roland Lavrenz went to Chicago Friday evening to visit Mr. and Mrs. Webster. Mrs. Webster Is the former Lois Lavrenz..' ,:••/••• i .;••'•>.-'. in, who is visiting .„—,,_„,—_ r ,^, r ^nt ito;'Ma;dls6n, WlsT, Thursday-to spend.a few days with a -cousin.' Mrs. Olson lives In Washington. James F. Herring, Washington', D. C.", came Monday for a visit at the R. W. Rash home. Mr. and Mrs. Herring will leave for Washington Friday. Albert Manus and Helen returned to ' their home in Milwaukee the last of the week'. Kathryu Manus went with them to Milwaukee for a visit. Dr. and Mrs. C. L. -Pattpn and two grandchildren, Joan and Jerry of El Paso, 111., were guests of Esther and Ruth Hodgson recently. They left lor their home Monday. Mrs. .Elmer Harisen and two children, of Bricelyn, Minn., Mrs. Rasmus Hansen;and Mrs. Cpoper, of Titonka, were Sunday afternoon callers at Mrs. George Kuest- lers. Mr. and MVs. George Manus and Larry, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Manus and Sgt. and Mrs. Edwin Manus were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr*- -and Mrs. Ed Blumer, Algona. ,/ :- J «8t Mrs. Orville White and baby left Friday evening for Chicago. She spent Saturday at the Wm. Ernst home there enroute -to her home in Nashville, Tenn. Florence Rash also left Friday for Evanston, 111 Both had visited the past few "weeks at the R. W. Rash home. ^ / Buy Car Stamps Federal motor vehicle stamps which .should have been posted on automobile windshields by Ias1 Saturday were missing on a great many tsars checked Monday by deputy collector of internal revenue Martin Hanson. All car drivers are requested to buy their stamps at the, post office and post 'them on their windshields before July It to avoid penalty, The stamps cost $§. Motorists, hv all towns iri Kossuth county will be checked, fif. and Mrs. S. W. Meyer and children left Monday to return, to Hot Springs, N. Mex,, after vlsit- rtg here for a few days with the doctor's brother, Dr. Harold..Meyer, 'and family. Dean Steven, lS-year*old son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert.R. Steven, was taken by ambulance, to Iowa City last Friday for 6ft operation on his foot. He expects to.be there 'rom two to four weeks. LaVcrlle Long, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Long, Spent the week end visiting Katie Harlan at Marshalltown. Both girls were school mates together at Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Tails. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Perry and their son, Richard, left Wednesday for a vacation at Lake TetonkS and Minneapolis, Minn. The Elk Cleaners, of which Mrr Perry is n co-owner, closed Tuesday night for a 10-day vacation. Rae Hutchison visited from Wednesday through Sunday here With his mother, Mrs. R. J. Hutchison. He has been on a two weeks' vacation from the Rath Packing Co. at Waterloo and before coming here had visited in Denver, Colo. Charles Seaberg and his wife, (A Dayton, Tex., are visiting with his sister, Miss Marie Seaberg, Wesley, for a few weeks. Mr. Seaburg has land interests, in Texas, f arms* rice on a large scale and has sev-- eral oil wells on some of his property. , . Mrs. Edith Rich and daughter^ Mrs. John Sabin, and her daughter Janice, returned Friday from Mason City where they-had spent a week visiting Mrs. Rich's other daughter, Mrs. John Gettman* Mrs. Sabin has been taking her daughter to Clear Lake for treat ments. (Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Norman, the firmer a co-owner of;..the Elk Cleaners, will .visit relatives in |Cansas City and Omaha.-during Hie cleaners 10-day vacation. They will visit Mr. Norman's mother, Mrs. Maria Anderson, and two sisters in Omaha, and a 'brother in Kansas City. Sunday., dinner- guests., at- the Paul L. Richardson home were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Fisher of Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Godden of Algona, and their daughter, Rozella, of Madison, Wis., who is spending the week here. Rozella is employed in a battery factory -at Madison. ' Mrs. Ralph Anderson and two children of Ames spent Mpnday visiting here.with Mrs. R. B. Waller. They were on their way to Ringsted to visit Mr. Anderson's parents. Ralph is the former editor of the Ringsted Dispatch and is now at Rudolstadt,.Germany, as a Red Cross?i:field$lirector.^; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Green, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pratt and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Orin Spalding and two children, arid Mr .and.Mrs,, Ray Cook are spending this ,we?k at Spirit Lake. The men are mem.t : toers of the Rhythm Club and ari§ playingL July;. 1 j, 2, v 3>and,.4_- a1 ,tha Central ''Ballroom,'- 5 Arnold's ? Park; Lake Okobbji.'.-; ; ^V;' ?'* " Mrs. J. R. Thompson of Los Ah-, geles, Calif,, returned Saturday-after spending a week here with Mrs. V. K. Rising, and family. The two women-were,; sorority sisters' together at Iowa State College, Ames. Mrs. Thompson is a dietitian in one of .the hospitals at Los Angeles. Her husband is a SeaBee now stationed on Okinawa. Ann .Stillman, daughter of Judge and Mrs. G. W. Stillman, and Mar- jbrie D'ewel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. E; Dewel, have ibeen attending Camp Hantesa, the Camp Fire Girls Camp. of the Greater Des Moines 'Council of Camp Fire Girls, at Boone since June 24. Period two was -completed today and the girls are expected home soon. ''.-•' Mrs. Ralph Miller returned Saturday from Hamilton, Ohio, where she had been visiting for the past three weeks with her niece, Mrs. Perry White, -and family. Mrs. White and her two sons, Perry, Jr. and Jimmie, accompanied ' Mr?. Miller back and will spend the next five weeks visiting here and at Estherville. They will also vacation at the lakes: Perry is the son of Mr, and Mrs. W. A. White. Mr. and Mrs. A. 4. Wingert of Rio Grande Valley, McAllen, Tex., came Monday, June 25, for a two; weeks' visit with the J, P. Studers at Wesley and other relatives. Mrs. Wingert is the former Frances Peterson, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Ole Peterson who formerly resided near Sexton, The Wingerts have lived In Texas for 28 years and this is their 7th visit here, Mr, Wingert is with the Valley Vitamins at McAllen, • 'Mrs. Arthur Qalnes, the former Alice Zeigler, daughter of Fred geigler, 'has recently received word from her husband, S/Sgt, Gaines, that he expects to,get a 30-day furlough within a week or two, He arrived June 7 at Charles* ton, S. Car,, on the "Louis A. Milne", a new hospital ship. He is. now in a hospital at, .OKmulgee^, Okla. Sgt, Gaines was wounded February'I? at Saarlaurteni many, by aji jS§ trooper ^^W^-H.^/fBgriS ->-£?rti-.«aii[.".^Ta' «1%7_ . >Sf*%f . nr~; mm^j^i^m m Mrs. Minnie Morse of Slott* city and Mrs. Emma Olson of Pocahontas came Wednesday to spend the rest of the week with their stster, Mrs. W. A. Vigars. Mrs. Waiter Beftranrl of Chita- go, 111., will return Sunday after visiting for 10 days here with her father, Tom Steven, and brother, Robert R. Steven, and family. Mrs. R. C. Berrie and three children of Mason City came. Friday for -a few weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sarry, Sr. Mrs. Berrie's husband is stationed at Pearl Harbor in the navy. Mrs. G. D. Shumway spent the week-end in Algona. 'She and the children and her mother, Mrs. Obrecht, have 'been at the Shumway cottage on Spirit Lake near Orleans since shortly after school was out. Mr. and Mrs. Kay Setchell and daughter, Marcia, spent the weekend at Forest City with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert French. Mrs. Setchell and Herbert, who are twins, celebrated their birthday which was Saturday. Maxine Moore, daughter of Deputy Sheriff and Mrs. Marc Moore, will arrive Saturday from Cedar Rapids to spend two weeks in Algona. She is doing office work for the LaPlant-Choate manufacturing concern. Fern Carney of Madison, Wise., arrived Wednesday morning )'or a Visit through the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Carney, and sister, M-ary Frances. Fern is employed by a feed and Seed company in -Madison. Sheila Sullivan, nine-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Sullivan, returned Monday night on the 'bus after spending a few days, at Lake Okoboji with her grandmother, Mrs. Daniel Kelly, who is -also vacationing there. Mrs. Virgil Shackelford is expected home some time this week end from Memphis, Tenn., where she has been visiting her husband, AMM-Sc Virgil Shackelford, for the past two weeks* Virgil has been in the naval hospital at Memphis. - Fvt. Richard Godfredson came home Monday enroute from Fort Bliss, Texas, to Fort Jackson, S. Caro., to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Godfredson. He will report to Fort Jackson July 16th. Dick is in the -anti-aircraft artillery. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Crilly and family went to Arnolds Park last Sunday and took a cottage for this week. Mr. and 'Mrs. Crilly returned to Algona Monday but Norma Audrey -and Vernon, will stay until the last of the week. Their parents joined them for the Fourth. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Clements moved the first of the week info their new home on north Jones street. They bought the house a •year or so ago and have completely remodeled it. Leona Siemers and Louise Elberts have rented the apartment over Dr. Scanlan's office which was vacated by the Clements. A'family-gathering was held Sunday at the Lyle Runchey farm home. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Will RUnchey, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ulfers and children, Billie, Bonnie and Jimmie, Mr. and Mrs. John Ulfers, and son Dick, all of Algona, and«Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Smith arid daughter, Anri : :>LdUlse, of West Bend.' ' "v /' v^::;;^; :: WAVES Winifred Plumb, Y-3c and Marie McHertry, ¥*3c, the latter of Whittief, calif., left Saturday to return to .their station at Los Alamitos, dalif., after a 15-day leave with Mr. and. Mrs. Fred Plumb and family. Winifred is copy editor of the base newspaper and Marie is a stenographer at Bachelor Officers Quarters. Mrs. 3. D. Cash and daughter, Wary Caryl of Philadelphia are here for the summer with the former's parents, Mr, and Mrs. W. C. Nelson. Mr. Cash is with Weyeth, Inc. Also at the Nelson home for the summer Is the other daughter, Mrs. Bernice Hicks, who teaches at Mason City. Her son, Bob, is at Lake Tahoe, Calif., this summer. Mr. and Mrs. Marc Moore at:ended a funeral service in Fort Dodge Sunday for Emmert Dean, Sr. Mr. Dean was the father of Smmert Dean, Jr., the' Moore's son-in-law. Mr. Dean, who lived n Des Moines, died suddenly of a heart attack. His son formerly worked for the Upper Des Moines jut now is working for the Sears Roebuck Company in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Stephenson and son, Terry, of Manchester came Sunday and are visiting at the home of Mrs. Stephenson's mother, Mrs. L. J. DeGraW. Maynard will return tq Manchester Thursday, tout Mrs. Stephenson and son will remain for about two weeks. iMaynard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Stephenson, are now living at Santa Ana, Calif., where his 'brother, Eugene is also located. Tha Kenneth Stephensons are also in California, living at Artesia. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Zlttrltsch and three children came Monday of the Mrs. on" f .week et the home parents, Mr, ani* dhQpt; <Qhajles js, .from Camp. Lee ©noddy • V Village, where he wJH ' repW bacs (pi 1 further gssjgrwnent foUowinf hi fcerf. The camp js be» JWfiR ser* IOWA FRIDAY AND SATURDAY JULY- 6-7 Co-Hit Maxle Rosenbloom r —in— "TROUBLE CHASERS" Serial "Mystery of the River Boat" SUN., MON., TUBS., WED. JULY 8*9-l fr are visiting at'the ftdfM 6f Zittritseh'S fcarefits, Mr. ahd.Mfsv Leon Merritt arid .frith .fheoddfe's mother, MM. A. ZittrltSch; fhea* dore will toe here lor tvtro weeks but his family will remaifl for a month or six weeks. He has been a foremari set-up man 1ft the air* craft department of the Bower Roller Bearing Co., but has just EXPERT FURNACE REPAIRS Depend on us for the best furnace repair service in town. Under present conditions, It's especially important that you keep your furnace healthy. NEW FURNACES? If your present furnace— > fat, coal or oil-fired — if beyond use or repair, you can ttill buy a new Green Colonial. A*k tii about it Laing& Muckey Phone 464 N. Dodge St. Algona. 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Rice Krispies. ......... -—-2 ^ or 25c Jack Sprat Plain, 26 oz. pkg, Salt . ......... ........ ........ 2 ^r I5o Tidy House • 8 oz. bottle Window Cleaner ,.„—...—..-, j 5c 6 oz, jar Vine Ripe Tomato Catsup' Hershey Cocoa Quart Mason Jars For Jams- Jellies 8 oz. bottle Bowl Cleaner 21 'oz, cajs Vanish ....... :...............,...,....23| • "- . ' ... ;.',' . : ' ' Qt.'bottte Purex Bleach.....,,.......-,,..,.,.j{|)0 Bab-o Powder., ..... ,..,.2 cans 23c Bon-Ami Powder.,...^^.eacli 1 20 Tidy House ' : ; .'• ', " v '~ ~~' : \: : _ ' . ".'.'•}',:!•£ : Surface Clearter..,,,;.., .>,;,,c|t, CHOPS i H HKi '•W-5Sj;'J,'»K*^"555?'^ I "•M, 'txf^ir^kf: JL: 1m 3Knj 1 ""Isteir^" '

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