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Atomic Bomb Project i Harold Roth had word from his brother, Lloyd'J. Roth, Santa Fe, M. M., Monday following announcement of the new atomic bomb, which finally revealed What Lloyd had been doing for the past two, years. He has been working on the project ever since he received his doctor's degree in chemistry at Columbia University, New York, two years ago, but had never been able to tell his family whs\t he was doing. Lloyd grew up at Whittemore, butj has been away about eight years. He was graduated from the University of Iowa before he took his.,work at Columbia. His wife and son are with him in Santa Fe. Ralph Tice Attends NJit'l Tanvilac Meet Ralph Tice spent Friday in Des Mdlnes Where he attended a na- tiohal convention of Tanvilac dealers. ' The Tanvalic Co. has undergone a reorganization, and effective August 1, Tom G. Dyer, former manager of the Northwest division of the Russell Milling Co., Minneapolis, became manager and a third owner of the Des Moines concern. Mr. Dyer was also sales manager for Sargent & Co. in Des Moines for several years. He was with Tanvilac when Mr. Tice first became associated with the business some 20 years ago. While in Des Moines Mr. Tice also visited his father who is a patient at the Lutheran hospital. The elder Mr. Tice is in his middle eighties. Move His Feet The air corps gremlins mtis be close kin to the tnischlcvou little fellow who site on th west Side of the clock on th front of the Iowa State Bank Rumored to jump up an down upon the big hand an push his feet against the llttl one the fairy is making the tves side run 15 minutes slower tha the east side, which keeps th correct time. How to make the gremlin pu his feet some place else is * problem apparently unsolvablp for the bank doesn't own th clock, nor does the Chamber o Commerce nor do the owners o the building. Attend Wedding In Emmetsburg Miss Susie Goeders and Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Goeders spent last Tuesday in Emmetsburg where they attended the wedding of the former's nephew, T-Sgt. Eugene (Bud) Goeders and Miss Elizabeth Kelly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Kelly of Emmetsburg. Bud Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Goeders, also of Emmetsburg. He is a veteran flyer of the Pacific theatre of war and has received many decorations. While there he had piloted a plane carrying Lord Louis Montbatten, who cited him for his skillful flying. Following the couple's honeymoon they will go to Muskogee Field, Okla., where he is an instructor. Postpone Movie "They Live Forever", color movie that was to be shown at the Baptist church Friday, has been postponed until Sept. 10 because of transportation facilities. Dr. Herrig Opening Dental Office Aug. 1< Dr. J. P. Herrig is this week an nouncing the opening of his of fices for the general practice o dentistry. The offices are locatei at 9% North Dodge street in room 13 and 15 of the'Haggard & Pet erson building. Dr. Herrig came here from Fitz simmons General Hospital, Den ver, Colo., where he had been a member of the staff prior to hi release from army service. He''i; a graduate of the Creighton Uni yersity dental school. Before goini. into the army he practiced for several years at New Albin, Iowa. Dr. and Mrs. Herrig have pur chased the E. A. Genrich house and with their little daughter Jean, are now at home there. Two Buffalo Center People Marry Here Virginia Jasperson 'and Leon R Ites, both of Buffalo Center, were married Tuesday afternoon in thi parsonage of the Trinity Lutheran church, Algona, by Rev. Luthe: Loesch. Mr. and- Mrs. Marvin Deering were witnesses. Mrs. Ites has been operating a beauty shop in Buffalo Center an is the daughter of Mr. and M:-s Elmer Jasperson. Mr. Ites has been overseas for two years and reports back to St. Louis now for reassignment. Mrs. Ites is a niece of Mrs. Helen White, county clerk. Navy Recruiters To Be Here Fridays V 1 Wesley West or Gordon Burris navy recruiters from Mason City will be at the Algona post office every Friday afternoon from one to four o'clock. Chief Petty Officer Anderson who had been comhv to Algona the past year or two from Spencer has been transferrec to Des Moines. A Glimpse at Fall Fashions Smooth, smart, and attention-getting as your pretty face, your young, slim figure. That's Jaunty Junior fashions, and that's why you love them so much. A case in point is this suit with its "what's new" look—tailored in a window checked pure wool. Sizes 9-15. as seen in MADEMOISELLE * We; Meditfal .'' «M*I,-'« . 16T. 0. Bskken ffoes the honor ;' fif haviw* .the sreitest number V, M «r'a"ttd«ftl» SfcMtff ; in th* :•: JGiftM SWfei'aM«f tt&irt this V' viefnity. ' :• '..••.;*.• :•.;••''•'••• . ;. -: V' v They are iPfc. ^Kenneth EV ' 'Bakken, -who Served ' 'Jtt the European theaterT Orville M. ,, Bakken> Us S. ,M, S,, officers training, Alanieda, Callfa First 29 ffioftth*; . . r ttatta husband, and ft granddauth ; It,, Vivian BafcKfeh, Alftf ;. serving In the ftfrity »«f«e And" last but nbt least, . • Bakken has a son-liiulaw Ingr as a foreman at Dotiglft ftirifatt ifl Los Antelfes, t!ali THe.Bakkens run a ranfeh '•/jM'm-.'"-.-- ';V";i. ;V -li-jp-if-•'''' <>'.-ir : - ^if-'-W-^' Classified Ads 12 CLASSIFIED fcATES Minimum charffe 38o fof words or less. WlieM paid order, 3d per word; when charged, 4c per word; JJo ac> ents' CAmmisslon alidwedl ' If advertising: agents chai-ge (heir (ilients 4o and send cJwii; withCorder they receive io commfsslon. Blind! ads iSdi Miss Maxlne Martin, one of the troopers in Clyde S. Miller^ Rodeo, and One of her white Arabian high school horses, Silver Laddie, are doing: a march here. The rodeo begins its four-day showing tonight at 8:30 at the fair grounds. , Miller has just bought a carload of wild horses which arrived here Tuesday night from an Indian reservation hi North Dakota. They were shipped direct and have never been near but a very few men. They will be ridden for the first tune at this rodeo. Spencer Twins Visit Mother. John To Be Given Discharge Capt. John and Sgt. James Spencer left Tuesday after spending the week end here with their mother, -Mrs. Emily C. Spencer, and their cousin, Mrs. Lee Weldon of Grpsse Point Farms, Mich., who is visiting here. The two went as 'ar as St. Louis together. There John will be given a discharge from the army following about 'our years in service, most of it spent in the South Pacific. , He expects to return to Algona the end of the week. James will return to Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas, from 3t. Louis. He was in the South Pacific about four years, but since iis return to the U. S. has been ;iving instructions in the preparation of dehydrated foods. John and James are the younger Spencer twins. Niece of Mrs. L. G. Baker Has Twins Mrs. L. G. Baker has received word recently of the birth of twins a boy and girl, to Mrs; D. W. Beaman of Big Timber, Montana, on August 5th. Mrs. Seaman is a niece of Mrs. Baker. This is the third set of twins born in the Lucas family, Mrs. Baker and her brother, Robert Lucas of Lewistown, Mont., being the first set. Capt. Seaman is on his way-home from Italy where he was With a field artillery unit and had been cited for bravery Under fire. 'He has been awarded the bronze star. :Mrs. Beaman's mother, Mrs. Margaret (Lucas) Deegan, was an instructor in the schools here^under the late J. F. Overmyer. She is now living at Big Timber where she is the county superintendent of. schools. For Sale FOB SALE: Eagle water proo home insulation, "blown in. Expert Inspection, estimating serv Ice. Cowun Bldg. Supply Co phone £715, Algona. s 20-3-8t FOR SALE: Johris-Manville typ . A Blown Home Insulation in stalled. For estimate call De "Leaneagh, Phone 767, represent Ing • Wormhoudt Home Insiriatio Co. '-. , 44tf FOR SALE: 4 wheel rubber tire farm wagons. Huxtable's Fire stone Store. 23t FARM FOR SALE: One of th best 80's in St. Joe neighbor hood. All level, tiled land. Call a this: Office. 31-3 FOR SALE: Boy's bicycle, gooc condition. Chris Elgelbarts, El more, Minn. Phone 13-F1, Led yard. a32 Bob Sigsbee Home, Discharged from Army Pfc. Robert Sigsbee, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee, arrived lome Saturday from Camp Sheri- ian, 111., where he received an lonorable discharge from the army. Bob was overseas more than 3 years, first 'going to Ireland vhere he remained' only a short ime, and then to London, England, *vhere he was stationed a year, and next to Africa for a year, and hence to Italy, from where he ook the S.S.S. Argentina 'home, le arrived in New York a week go Sunday. ; Private Sigsbee has won three attle stars and the purple heart, vhich he received following an nkle injury Opt, 24, if 44, jn Italy. ST. CECELIA'S CHURCH J. M. Mallinger, Pastor Masses at 7:00 8:30 and 10:00. ST. THOMAS' EPISCOPAL CHURCH Mr. Henry P. Roberts 10 a. m., church school. 11 a. m., morning prayer and ermon. Topic, "The Guidance of he- Holy Spirit." BAPTIST CHURCH Robert F. Kittrell, Pastor 10 a. m., Sunday school. 11 a. m., worship; sermon by lay Richardson on the subject, The Price of Sin." Mr. Richardon wias recently graduated from Ottowa University and will enroll his fall in Northern Baptist Sem- nary at Chicago. He is the son of Ar, and Mrs. R, G. Richardson of ere. • • :- : -7 p. m. Baptist Youth Fellow- hip. The primary, junior, intermediate-Senior groups meet for evotion-and study. 8 p. m., worship, sermon by the 'astor. . PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev.. C. C. Richardson, Pastor August 12th: Sunday school 10:00 a. m. 11 a. m., preaching service. Rev. Henry Johnson of Waukon will reach. Theme, "Does a Moral £an Need the Saviour?" 2HURCH OF THE NAZARENE Leo I, B^st, Pastor Sunday school, 10 a. m. Mornipg worship, 11 a. m. Mes» age theme;- "Poes Algona Need Acre Religion." Young peoples service, 7:15 p. . Emma Best, leading. Evening service, 8 p. m. Mes- age, "The Wrath of God." Prayer meeting Wednesday ev^ ening 8 p. m. Young peoples prayer meeting riday evening at the C. R. Me- 'eigh home. County Triple A Pays Out $8,571 , In Beef Subsidies n/. Total payments made to Kossuth county farmers by the , Kossuth County AAA office on the beef subsidy plan reached 99 Monday. The payments made to date amount to $8,571. The first payment was made July 14. The beef production program allowing payments of 50. cents per hundredweight on all good and choice cattle meeting specifications went into effect May 19. To be eligible for payment, applicants must have owned and fed cattle .at least 30 days, must sell them to a licensed- slaughterer and each animal must weigh 800 pounds live weight or mare. Applications now {mist be.made within- 60 'days from date of sale. FOR SALE: Good Western blacl and white-faced feeding lambs Also will put lambs out on con tract to responsible parties. Phon 6Z6J, Chester Bailey, -Algona. a32-33 FOR SALE: 3-bottom John Deen •plow,: good running order. Jim ButlerV Whittemore, Phone 2151. -..::.';,., v •> / - , 32 FOR £ALE: 75 8-week old/JRock Redtchickens. Complete line p Nwtr.e.r|a ieeds: in print bags. Wel- lehdorf Hatchery, west of fairgrounds. . ••'•' ... •':, 32 FOR SALE: A few .choice registered" Milking Shorthorn heifers open,"and bred. Bulls serviceable age and younger. Aaron Steussy Lu Verne. . > 32-33 FOR'-SALE: Six good milk cows Erpelding Bros., 1 mile soUth St.'JOe. Tele. Livermore 2587. 32' i' f Improved i." - nfi ? / '160 ;: fieri farm) an d 2 Unimproved 80's, al in high state .of cultivation, .gooc soil,-well,-tiled, flow' taxes in the Fentoh arid Lone'Rock communities; -"5;The imp;- farms will each carry/-about $100.00 an acre Federal Loan. For full -information writer 6r call D. L. McDonald, Algona,'''Iowa, phone 125. 32-33* FOR SALE: Philco auto radio, good: as new. Small coal, and Wood range. Also a 1% h. p. garden tractor with 19".blade. Fay L. , • , , 32* FOR'SALE: Iron bed .and springs. EarlVSprague, phone 9,4gW, fester Kenyon Coining Home From Europe Pfc. Lester G. Kenyon, a Veteran of the "Bloody Bucket" Division, is reportedly enroute. home from the European theater of operations.' His wife is living in Al- jona. Kenyon holds the combat infantry badge and two battle stars for the Ardennes and the Rhineland campaigns. Later word recieved informs the Upper Des Moines, Kenyon telephoned his wife ' Tuesday night telling her he had just arrived at New York and would be home sometime next week. Les, formerly with Cowan Building Supply Company, has been overseas in the ETO since last Dec. 26. He is the company clerk in the 28th infantry division. . •. . - Sigsbee Baby, Born Prematurely, Dies Dale Richard Sigsbee, son of Mr. and Mrs. -Harlan Sigsbee, died at 10:30 P. m. Saturday at the Kossuth county hospital. The child, aorn Saturday morning, was a pre- maiture infant. Funeral services were held Monday morning at 11 In the McCullough Chapel, and; the little boy .was buried in the babyland section of the East Lawn Memorial cemetery. , v.. The Sigsbee's have another son, Bill, who is one and a half years old TBINITY LUTHERAN CHUECH L. H. Loesch, Pastor Sunday, August 12— 9:45 a. m., Sunday school. 9:4S a. m., Bible class. 10:30 a. m., divine service. "Let us therefore -comje boldly o the throne of grace, that we may obtain luercy, and fiocj grace o help ill twae pf need." Twelve Complete Junior . Twelve Algona youngsters have completed 15 hours of junior lifeage: of Mary.Amunspu, 1/fe guard at the swimming pool; saving instruction under the tutel- They ar« picjfe Am«Bsw>, Bob Brown, Jacqueline Brown, Billy Bryant, Roger Didriksen, Durwood Lashbrook, iFranklyn Lindstrom, Jerry Rlley, Ruth Ann Riley, Richard Webster, Jo Ann Wplcott and Larry Wolcott. Parents Of Soys Who Died In Typhon Meet Mr. an<ji Sam Ledyard: Boe.uff and taitnt sxp, p| kato, Minn., were SwBay callers at the H. F. gijlsfce bpra«. They lost a son in the typl»PS>4 l^st Dec. 18, when FOR SALE: RCA ' pack radio, .used Hilbe^t, .Wesley. -,- fi 'tatiery- p, •Norb'ert #32-33* FOR : ?00. , Frak Vera, phone 145, '''• '' FOR, SALE: Four bottom Oliver •stubble,.plow. A-l- Shape. George Faber., Phone 4 on 9, West Bend. ' . . '."- "." ' 32-33* •FOR ;§ALE: Dixie parlor heater, used one season. W. G. Brase, Whitt'amore. 32* FOR SALE: Hospital bed and mattress, almost new. Three buck sheep. Ben Hanson, Whittemore. ' '32* FOR SALE: Two young'milk cows, coming 4. Mrs. E. Guy, LuVerne. 32-33^ FOR SALE: A good 14x16 12 oz. duck, canvas. I. Wernert, 709 E. McGregor St., Algona. 32 FOR, SALE: Divan and chair, oak table, . bed and mattress, .drop leaf table, several, other pieces of furniture. Phone 895-W, 318 So. Jones St., Algona, 32 FOR SALE; Gladioli blooms by dozen or made in sprays, corsages or basket arrangements for all occasion?. Will deliver" to hospitals, churches or funeral homes. Also place open orders for your glad bulbs while you "can see the different varieties in bloom. Schimmel Gardens, phone 149rJ, four blocks west of Kossuth County Hospital. 33-35 WANT TO BUY: Prewar Wcycje. ;'<jjfl's ;pre.*erred, • Phone J7&J . 32* W^NTBD; J60 or 200 A, David McGregor, Burt. Phon* 9 on 93, Fijll IJne of power inery. , >', A1S9 boy g9fti,Ljiundry ; time prfssers. , tn }»Mn4ry, .Dry QJeaners, -••.-. . ' 32 WANT6D: Beauty; operator. Sal-. an4 commission. Irene's Shop, Algojja, , WANTED: Married'man to.wqr On farm.. Good tenant hous Top Wages, inquire, at Upper Di Moines, office. , 3 Lost-Found LOST: Size 14 light beige ralncoa Reward. Call at Upper De Moines office. ' -32 Miacellaneous TOWN PROPERTY LOW INTER EST LOANS. .. FHA- and. Vet erans "Gl" Loans to purchasi remodel, Refinance Homes. , Al gona Federal Savings & Loan Algona, Iowa. 30t FLOOR SANDING and Reflnlsh irigi" Heavy commercial ..equip mentf "-'Portable : 'power" plan CowaS' Bldg. Supbty C6.,' phon 275, 'A Exchange Dept-Basement " Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suites Breakfast seta, Buffets, Radios ' and Washers. BJCSTROM'S FURNITURE PHONOGRAPH RECORDS —All the new releases. Needles, al bums.—Kossuth Radio it Electric Algona, Iowa. 1-u INLAID LINOLEtJM, Unbwall tile, laid by experts. Custom work. Cowan: Building Supply Co., phone 275, Algona.. 16-3-8tt SEE ME FOR Real Bargains to farms, loans, drainage surveying and' estimates, on" tile.;— Phil J KOhlhaas, phone 22, Algona. 1-tt SELL -your late model car to 'Ui for the highest price. ' Free information on ceilings. Hoenk Motor Service, West of Court House , '' 36tf dejrsiWanite'cj -for Monogram.; ming of au'fcinds. Machine •button holes. Covered-buttons. Hemstitching. Prompt service. Mai'- (o'rie's Shoppe, Elmore, Minn. " 31-35$ A NAVY RECRUITER will be'a the post office every Friday af ternoon from 1 to 4 o'clock .32-35* WOMEN 18 to 25 years to learn teleprinter operating. Transpor- iation to Telegraph School and ?ay while learning. Must'be ; high ichool graduate, touch typist. Ap- Jly Western Union Telegraph Co ' 32* WiE PAY THE MOST for used cars trucks and pickups. If, you lave one for sale drive in or write >r' phone and we will come out As authorized OPA Used car deal- srs we. can pay as much for : your car as you can get selUng it yourself to another private individual. Ve take care 'of all the red tape. Ve'w cars are on fhe way—now is he time to sell, W, E. Ley, La- kotaIowa., '••'''"" : '' ' 32 NOTICE; A real livestock-business with-a prosperous future is the .«,.-,— SHEE «i INDUSTRY It'fi recognized bp ; * v the United States Dept. of Agriculture as printed in the July 16th, 1945, is- ,ue of LIFE magazine. Visitors ;re welcome to inspect my flock >t Karakuls.'- Registered foundation locks for sale. H. Bruce Loewensteln , LuVerne, Iowa' , Iowa Distributor 32* BUSINESS OF YOUR OWN IN REFRIGERATION & AIR CONDITIONING, instruction, Male, Opportunity for men interested in going'into own mslness to be trained by large chool. Great need for men to in- tall and repair Refrigeration and Air Conditioning equipment. Ex* ellent post-war earning possibilities.! Training will not interfere vith present job... Mechanically inclined men invited to write for details and FREE-"Qualification Chart Test." Utilities Ins*., Box: 69, are paper. 32* NEW AND USED APPLIANCES Perfection pipeline milking ma- Wne, 2 stogie «nits, complete £95, Clean Easy trackline an^ jortable milkers. Chore Boy rollers, $195, lows cream aratora, * Flourespent light ures. Prime .electric an4 battepy cers, "B" battery pasks, %, i^, b. p, electric motor?.* Belts of all sizes. Wringer joHs, fpr makes ol washing.: V : I V*ga Deeping • crwrn Bpiggs . $ filch Will fai) Jield itt ; Cedar Falls, This Aug, 7 f6f a : tw^Week per " . ,. . . .. • Other's ffom J.Bfe wnd' will-It* tehd the conveUion are -Miss Es* .thefc Merkle and. Mrs, Albert Heftlj Mp Will be aA adult counselor, Mrs. Henry Harty has! been eht»sen ',t6' represent H.e Women's Mls^ slonary .Sbdjety from the ohprch With Miss 1 Hulda Frltfcemler as afl alternate.' '.•'-.-.'. Daughters Smiths Visiting Here •-, Mrs. B. fa. Leonafd,« the former Mary Smith, from Chickasha) Okla., is Spending 'the week vjsit'* 'Ing here With her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Smith. Mrs. Leonard Is -In civil service with the army and 'is teaching In the hard-of- hearing clinic at the Borderi General hospital at Chickasha. Arlene Smith, another daughter, Is also here for the week. Arlene is ,a graduate nurse from Iowa City and has been at the .University Hospital at Ann Arbor, Mich. Mrs 1 , H. R. Peters, formerly Ella Mae Smith, also a daughter, if here for an Indefinite visit. She lived in Chicago, 111., while \ her husband, Sgt. H. R. Peters, of , the marine corps, was stationed 'at-'the Great" Lakes Naval Training ' Station. He now has been transferred to 'California. Buffalo Center Contractor Pies h ] Lakota: Henry Lapp, '56' years 'old, a Buffalo Center contractor and carpenter, died at his -home after a heart attack Sunday afternoon. He is a brother of E. E. Lapp, of the Buffalo Center bank. were:.teld that fin ;woiila bi :; at thes schM house :;t6,taolk eft held,a pibftid Sunday aftenwoft at tha- LuVefne park rMvlth.'we, families* in fittendanee, *A picnic lurich w4aV ' Bode Malaria, Bode. , £yt,;V'6r'tt6h .-"•*•"• who ^eceritly 'ifeturned ffofrt; ate, overseas Hospital to';£l Paso* Tex;,, is coftv'aleBiJfn'g' frorri malaria ahdV burns*" received from grenades; .while' toef$as Jn' a foxhole in the- Philippines; Sltui has been grafted on his back and arms. As soon a* he is able, he will be granted a. furlough to visit his ..wife 1 .., an*; three daughters here. •' \ : • '- —- * • ' • .Pond of Susie. • . Because Dr. Joe 'Akifa,, AkfonvM veterinarian, was able,to do a fine? S job of mending the broken hindl I leg of Susie, the cat, the Haward^ g : en .Produce still has ;the services m of a mouser that keeps the pfo-^ >*• duce4iouse!ftee'from rodents. -af-'^'f Akin, using ether, peH((}fmed;,ai,lj skillful 6i>eration, and had .thft^g; t| in splints fe no time, and Susie»j right back on the job within a ^ . Jinx forked, ..,.,-_; :> Thirteen Henry county boys'; called up in the July draft of the- ; Selective. Service have some rea— j son to believe in the No. 13 jinx.* j IThey.left.on'Frida^ the thirteenth, | ori bus"No.' 413,b6und for Burling-^ ton .where they were to take ».' train. The bus broke down at New, London and'they missed the train.^'• One of the drafted men had No>-<}> 113..'" v " ..".:/' 17 FARMS TOR SALE improved and ^Unimproved Rangihe in size from 80 to 320 acres •^••'- ' ..••,--... -..'..,, Located to'v /,' ' .. KOSSUTH ANB;"PA^;A1L,TO COIJNTIES, IOWA Good land and improvements; Landlord's share of ^ 1945 corn, and. soybeans go with farms purchased before September 1. Iowa Defense Relocation Go - ' ' "•' '/ • ^''''''j "" •». S| v ' • .;'", •',•• '„*•*-! t. ^ *!•>!• ^H. >'• • •ffl*** Ambassadors 2 HOUSES FOB SALE Troom, 8U W.

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