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WBfi S«( c "Sii .,<*K •/'•': Gritis Madso'n, who cams to M- 4gona in 1609 and managed the Al- .g6Ha,Bfick and file Go. for sev- •eral years, going to Mason City 25 -years ago, died there last Friday -front a heart ailment after an 111* asess of several -mouths. Chr is was lidftt in Denmark,.Ajjiril 29, 1877 atid Was 68 years old. He came to <tHe United States'-as-a small child. Hfe was ah eittploye of the Mart .Motor Co.'at-Mason City since ,1926. .Surviving are his second wife, Minnie, and flvfe daughters by his lifSt wife, who lives in Algona with her'daughters. The daughters are Mrs. 'Gladys Hagg and Mrs. Ethel.McCamey of Adel, Iowa, and Mrs. Rose Steb'rltz, Mrs. ; Mildred Miller 'and' Mrs. Heinle < Wisher of Algona. Also two sons, • Haymond in the navy in ,the South pacific, , and Clifford of Mason 1 !City ; , and a niece, Mrs/Marian Btjrbank of Mason City. Surviving also are twenty-tw6, grandchil dren and seven Meat grartd- 'chttdren. Me is also'Survived by two brothers, Carl of sEagle Grove .arid Marlow of Lansing,. Michigan and a sister, Anna Larson of Eagle ••-GrpVe, A brother Pete, preceded liihvih death on May 29, 1945. '• '.Mrs. Anna Madson, his first -wife and .his three Algoha daughters are attending the funeral today' In Mason City at the Patted son Funeral Home. Burial will be .made In the Me'morial Cemetery at Mason City. THURS., FRI., SAT., SEPT. 37-28-29 Chas. Starrett In "RETURN OF THE DCRANGO »KID" ',:,' ."—co-Hit-. •". . James Dunn , •-•-In • •:-• "THE CARIBBEAN MYSTERY" SUN., MON., TUBS., WED., SEPT. 30-OCT. 1-2-3 GREY'S Mashing St< ..<:.; \V-Co-Hlt—:.. WJHard Parker in 'THE FIGHTING GUARDSMAN" 2f, Art Memorial Service Ledyard: A number of the ladies of the U. S. W, A. met at the home of Mrs. H. M. Dyer, Friday evening, for a Special business meeting, Plans were made for Christmas boxes for all the boys and girls in service, also for those who will be home. -It was decided because of the uncertainty of addressed due to movement of troops, not to sent hbme maae dandy and cookies. The 'October meeting was cancelled 'but the regular November meeting Will be held on the first Monday in November at Which time gold star pins Will be presented to the gold star mothers and Wives. A program appropriate to the occasion will be given. The next work meeting is at th home of Mrs. Aubrey Waterhouse the second /Friday In October. If you haven't yet given a Christmas fund donation leave it with Mrs Cecil Spatcher at the post office. Ex-Ringsted Editor, Overseas In Red Cross Unit, Returns Ralph Anderson, formerly editor and publisher of THe Ringsted Dispatch, and prior to"'entry into foreign service with-th6 American Red Cross, a mfember'"6.f the Iowa State College faculty, has returned to the U, •S. and so;on expects a release from duty^ '/ , Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, ant their two children,-.stopped briefly in Algona last w^ek, ;ofl their way to Ringsted to visit Mr..Anderson's parents. .,, ,• T',-.' The Andersons expect to live in Ames, for the present, with future plans not definitely decided upon. Bancroft Vet Gets Good Feature Story Mr. and Mrs. C. : C. : Adams of Algona recently received a clipping from their soh-in-law, Arnold Delperdang- of Bancroft, who was one of several men featured in a story in the Cleveland News about Harry M. Righter, a cigaret- maker. The story concerned Mr. Righter who had built himself a pof liable business by .making factory-made cigarets from a machine which he had improvised himself. All his employees must be a veteran; with at least a year's service tohis -credit, in some branch of the armed forces. .Arnold had met Mr. Righter while they 'both served in the navy, and when they were discharged Arnold was 'employed by Mr. Righter. Mr. 'Delperdang is now factory superintendent. Prior to his entering the navy Arnold had been a drag line operator for Kossuth county. He was discharged from the navy in December of last year after being in three years. "Del" was in the African and Sicilian campaigns, and suffered bomb concussions and leg injuries- during the latter campaign and.was;tossed unconscious from his sinking LCI. "Del's" parents are Mr. and Mrs. .Leo Delperdang at" Bancroft/ ;His wife; is "the former Melda Adams. They have one 'daughter, Jeanne Anri^ Their, home : isiin Cleveland, -C5hio/.wher«! toe-cigafet factory is aocatc&:;;^i|F-|gH'-,"';.- ''"'•' •'•"•-"' Elmer Haag,' who Is In the job printing business at St. James, Minn., spent Sunday with his mother Mrs. Louie Hagg, in Algona. Mrs. Hagg has been at the Kossuth hospital for ten days receiving medical treatment, but is now at "home again. , • *-«a»aa . Sorensen Specials . Fresh Frozen Pineapple, 30 Ib can $ 1 1 .49 Heinz Cream of Tomato Soup 2 cans 2 1 C 'Figs in heavy'syrup, No. 2^ can ...... 29c Rice Feast... .... ........ ..... -:3 pkgs. 25c Pep Wheat Flakes ...... .:;2 J ^kgs. |9 C V-8 Vegetable Juice, 46 oz. cswq^... -.-33c Staley Starch Deal ;i 2 pkg. Cube Starch 17c ? 1 pkg. Corn Starch Ic All for 1 8c Fortress Toilet Tissue....... ..... § rolls 23c Spark's Clover Honey, i gal, jar,.,. SI. 65 Steil's Comb Honey, cake..........,.,...32c Hormel's Chili with beans (1 red point) -,. ? ,-...,.^.-,..—. -can 25(5 Fresh Cauliflower, Celery Cabbage, Celery, Back ishes, Cwcurabers, ToJnatoes.-- Head Lettuce, Bed and Green Peepers, Carrots, Cabbage, $weet Po^ tfttoes, Yajtni, Acorn, Bwl p and Hubbard Sqwash r Onions jJes, Plwns, Giapes, ! • ' ^••»-|IliL£lr£*'J!^ f^Waiui^ Rita Salz of Whltteinore Is . new clerk at the Spilles Hardware Mr. and Mrs. G. A Thompson of Burt were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs. E. N. Taylor, Bob Sigsbee left the first of the week for Fort Dodge where he has enrolled at a business school. R. L. Roblnault has been ill the last two weeks but Is much improved at the time of this writing Mrs. Donald Miller and children left Sunday for a Visit of severa days with her parents at Sionx Falls. Mr. and Mrs. George Wesley spent last' week Sunday in Ringsted with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hohn, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Elschcli and son Darold, were Sunday guests at the Jack Richter home in Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Linnan and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lorenz lef Sunday for northern Wisconsin on a ten day vacation.'" Mr. and Mrs. Russell Weise of Belle Plain spent the week end a the home of the former's brother Don Weise and family. The Rt. Rev. M. A. Schemel Of Remsen spent from Monday to Tuesday afternoon with his mother Mrs Phillip Schemel. Maxine Hargreaves of Omaha spent the week end here with her parents Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Hargreaves and other relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hawe of Emmetsburg helped Mae Trainer of the Silver Gray Cafe celebrate her birthday last Saturday. Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Scholtes, has gone, to Dubuque where he. has entered his freshman year at Loras college. Mrs. William Zache left for her home at Watertown, Wis., Sunday following a two weeks Visit at the home of her brother Max Bast. Mr- arid''Mrs. James Schneider droVe to Pocahontas Sunday and spent the day with Mrs. Schneider's .parents Mr. and Mrs. Martin Zatloukal. Robert Murchland of Denison returned to his home Monday after spending .several days in Algona with his mother Mrs. Ollie Robinault. Patricia McEnroe leaves today for Evahston, 111., where she will begin her senior year at Northwestern University. The school opens October 1. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Winandy of Chicago arrived Wednesday for a two weeks visit at the John Simon Sr. home. Mrs. Winandy is a daughter of the Simons. Ruth Pijahn of Lone Rock is a new clerk at the Elite. She began work Tuesday following return from a vacation trip to Brainerd, Minn. She is a niece of Mrs. .Gus Sjogren. • LeRoy Crouch, son of Mrs. Emma Crouch, has been discharged Eromi the army at the Colorado Springs air base and is now-operating a'gas station_and repair at iy's wife and are in Fountain, Colo. L little daughter'Ma?: rountalri with him. Flight Officer Qiilncy Lroup arrived from 'Williams Field; Arizona, Thursday evening for a few days with his wife, formerly Arene Godden. Flight Officer Lroup eft Sunday for Camp Atterbury, ndiana, where he will receive his discharge from the army air corps. Will Anderson of Sioux Falls, S. D., visited Sunday at the Oscar Anderson home north of Algona. He is a brother of Mrs. Anderson, who has been ill for several weeks but is now much Improved, Mr. Anderson has been caretaker of the large Sherman Park at Sioux Falls for the past 6 years. A letter .from Chaplain Cletus A/>Ahmann informs this staff that he is now on the island of Luzon, 50 miles from Manila. Last July he received a promotion in rank to captain. Father Ahmann was as- isfcant priest here several years under Father T. J. Davern, now of Fort Dodge, and Father J. M. Mailinger, The Loii'lF 1 , Wrights setat a card to this office informing us of a change of .address. They are, at Lakeland, Fla., a town of 30,000 'normal population and 5Q.OPQ in tourist season.' They also wrote that apartments are very scarce due to the soldier' families. They have an apartment 'along the 'edge of Lake Morton, which is one of fifteen lakes within the city limits of Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs, Francis Younker and two daughters Ruby Jean anc Judy of Waterloo, spent the week end at the Henry Guderian and Clyde Thaves home. They came to visit her mother Mrs. Mary Thaves who is seriously ill at the Kossuth hospital where the* latter has been a patient most of the summer. Sgt, -Lloyd Thaves of Rpb- insville, Ga-, arrived Wednesday to visit his mother, and Mrs. erlain and Clyde who are his sister and. brother, Mr. and Mrs, George Morton of the AJgona Country £lufe receiy ed- word.Aug, 31 that 'their son, Cpl. John Morton,' pf the 2nd .ina* rine divisJqiii r wquisJ he «oming hpme soon. As yet no, further wprd has been, received frprn Jacfc, Ue has befn in the marines for three-years pn4 r»»9 ngyiBf furlough ppseeiv hi« Parents Mrs. Fred Tlmm has been enjoying a few days Visit from her mother Mrs. Laura Crornan of Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Vohs went to Hardy, Sunday and spent the day with Mrs. Voh's sister Mrs, Luella Thompson. , Mrs. Kate Itotdren returned Saturday from Harlan where she spent a week at the home of her son Harry and family. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Ventelcher spent the week end With Mr. and Mrs. L, A. Venteicher at Osage. The men are brothers. d . Mr. and Mrs. Matt Strelt and children Michael and Charles of Gilmore City visited at the Miss Mary Streit home Sunday. Mrs. C. H.Simpson is now at her home following an operation at the General hospital two weeks ago. She is recovering nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Joe LoWe returned from their honeymoon trip to Canada, Monday night, .and-tfe now at home on East North Street. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Thompson are leaving the latter part of the week for Cottonwood) Arizona, where they will spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Knopf of Mason City were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zweifel. Mr. Knopf is a brother of Mrs. "' ZWeifel. Jane Heeler of Albert Lea, Ing that ^nje. He was in the battles with L^ujs'^ho has been i, Japan wt-is home pp a. so day *w* f Is, Robf rt Rolf et, whs om'fjY -- Anpa Minn., spent last week'end with Marilyn Keen. The girls are room mates at St. Mary's nurse's home at Rochester, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew M. Hansen enjoyed a visit last Week from the latter's sister, Mrs. Alvin S. Karr and husband and children Katherine and Dick of Ireton. Mrs. J. W. Sullivan is visiting Mrs. William Topft in Minneapolis. Mrs. Topft will be remembered as Mildred Hulse who was employed as stenographer in the office of the late Sullivan and McMahon law firm. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Thompson have as guests this week the latter's mother Mrs. James Hinchliff of Vermillion, S. D., Mr. and Mrs. William Leahy and son Ricky of Burlington, Virginia, and Mrs. Leahy's mother Mrs. B. Wilson of Sioux City. Mrs. C. F. Specht is leaving Friday to visit her mother Mrs. Wm. Behrends at Mt. Lake, Minn., and other relatives, Mr and Mrs. Harry Larson of F<jrest City w.ill jaccgm- pany her. They will also vlsi,t-jn Elk River, Minn., at the ti. J. Specht home. ' ... ' . Wayne Hagen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hagen of Titonka, has been discharged from service after^? months in the ETO and is here visiting his sister Mrs. Frank Vera. He has not decided what his future work will be. For the. time being he is resting and enjoying himself. • v; \*'-- Cpl. Elzte Wray v of Shenandoah is visiting at the Mrs.-'Laura jWolto' home. Cpl. Wray has.been irvithe' ETO and received. his ; disdftkrge •only Ireceritlyi 'He arrived;" : ihjflflfl- gona the 19thi. He was in-seryiqe, J years and has 8 battle stars, a bronze star and^a, presidential citation to his credit. , >.: Mr. and Mrs. ,W. J. Wegener of Clinton arrived Sunday for; a (Visit at the home of the former's mother Mrs. Louis Wegener and with his sisters Mrs, W. P. Sigsbee, Mrs. Ed Bierstedt of Burt, Mrs. Sam Warner of Fentpn and his jrother Fred and family. Sunday he families gathered at the Call state park for a picnic dinner. Bert Sankcy Went to Cedar r Rapas Monday, his mother Mrsi Clara Sankey driving down with him. He has enrolled at Coe college and his is hiscfirst year. He was graduated from-high'school last spring. His roommate is Eugene Geilen- 'eldt of Burt whom he met while playing basketball against a team of which Eugene was a member. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew M. Hansen and-daughter Shirley went to he Doan church Monday where £ 'arewell party was given for Rev. and Mrs, W. L. Patterson who are .eaving for Belmond tq fill a pas;orate there. Rev. Patterson has >een in the Doan church the past nine years and Mr. and Mrs. Hansen were formerly from that vicin- ty. Donnie Smith, son of Mr. and YIrs, D. P, Smith, and Thomas Le- ioy Leigh, son of Mr, and Mrs, Sverett Leigh, are expected home 'rom Bremerton, Wash,, about the first of October, The young men have been working the past three years in the-Puget Sound ship yards. They ar.e undecided as to what they will do as to future occupation, and will possibly remain in Algona. Miss Gaitha Steven and Raymond Steven went to Des Moines last week where they visite'd Mrs. Wilbur Steven, Gaitha went from •there to Fort Dodge for a visit with her aunt Mrs. 1 Robert Waiters. She returned Tuesday'even-' ing. Word-has been received that Wilbur is with the convoy of the Douglas, McArthur ship .and lias landed in Tokyo. Wilbur, Raymond and Gahita are children of. Mr, and Mrs. Robert Steven. Mrs, Martha GeJUwieJdt an4 her Idhn Rllef 6? Wtttet-loo ciiste Friday for a visit of several days at the 'home of his son Dougla? Riley. Mrs, Mary Phillips of Wodeti came Friday for a few weeks visit at the home of her son Henry and family. Mrs. V. K. Rising his been 111 with flu the p,ast two weeks. She is recovering slowly and is now able to be around a little. Mrs. E. P. Perry of Lincoln, Nebr., visited from Saturday until Tuesday at the home of her son Lt. Arthur Perry and wife. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Richardson Went to Fort Dodge Sunday where they visited W. A. Richardson, father of E. M. Richardson. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Richardson went to Des Moines and Omaha Sunday and Monday. They were on a buying trip for the Richardson furniture store. William Mackcy ? of Pipestone, Minn., arrived last Sunday for a visit with his nephew Charles Patterson -and family. He is returning to his home Thursday. Ed Genrich who has been in Boston doing radar work has returned to Algona and as soon as a suitable location can be found will open a radio and electric shop. Mrs. Luella Baker has received further word from her son Lt. Durwood Baker which told her he is now aboard ship ami bound for Manila where he will be stationed a year. During Mrs. Maude Free's sojourn at Rochester, Mrs. Josephine Southgate is staying in her home. It is uncertain how long Mrs. .Free will be gone. She left Tuesday. Rev. and Mrs. E. K. Nelson left Wednesday afternoon for their new home at Holdrege, Nebr. They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Percival at dinner prior to their departure. Dr. arid Mrs. F. E. Sawyer and little went grandson Michael Kelley to Minneapolis Sunday where the doctor attended an optical convention. They returned home Monday night. Mrs. R. W. Caldwell returned Monday from a week's visit with relatives. At Cedar Falls she was a guest of Mrs. Thomas Protheroe and at Grundy Center she visited Mrs. Velma Stambaugh. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Samson returned Friday from Menahgo, Minn., where they have spent the past three months. They report a wonderful summer was enjoyed and plenty of good fishing. Russell Pickett who has been here with his family on a 15 day furlough has returned to the Great Lakes. He will be finished with his present work there Oct. 13 and will receive further assignment.. Duane Reynolds, son of Mrs. Lyle E. Reynolds, who left a week ago for the Great Lakes following a leave at home after having completed his boot training, is now at Camp Parks, Schumaker, Calif. '' Mr. and Mrs. Glen Raney took their daughter Meredith to Iowa City Thursday where she will enter the university. Prior to this she has attended school at Drake. This is her third year in school. She -will stay at the Chi Omega house. Mrs. William Prothman has received- Word., from .-her 'husband that heris'in Saipan-.and is awaiting transporation to. the, states where he will enter an army hospital. Pfc. Prothman has been in service sixteen months, nine of which have been overseas. Mr. and Mrs. Verner Sands and little son James Russell who have been living in St. James where Mr. Sands was employed in government work, are living temporarily With the> former's mother Mrs. Mary Sands. Verner is working for the Pratt Electric Co. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phillips attended a birthday dinner Sunday evening at the home of Mr: and Mrs. T. R. Pichard of near Whittemore given in honor of their son, Garnet Pichard's twenty- fourth anniversary. Sixteen guests were present most of whom were relatives. Mrs. Josephine Haag who makes her home with her daughter Mrs. Harold Roth, has not been in good health the past year. Tuesday she suffered a heart attack. Her daughter Mrs. William Kemma of Rolfe and her sons Henry Haag and Peter. Haag of Whittemore hve been here with her. Mrs. Kemma will remain awhile. Friends of Mrs. Maud Solomon of Spencer will be sorry to learn she has b'een ill. the past three weeks and is still confined to her bed. She has made several extended visits in Algona with her sister, the late Estelle Sabin. Mrs. Splomon makes hre home with her son Merrill and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sabin, the former being her nephew, went to Spencer Sunday to spend the day with her. Mr. And Mrs. ttfefi Potter went to Curlew Sunday- to visit their daughter Mrs. Emory Kooker. Mr. arid Mr& t>. E. Stone went to West Bend Friday where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Vern Krug. Howard Genrich, soil of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Genrich left a week ago Sunday for Des Moines where he enrolled at Drake university. He has pledged Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Mr. and Mrs. R. B, Waller will go to Des Moines Friday to attend the Naval Forces Annual Pre-holiday Dinner Dance at the Grand Ballroom of the Fort Des Moines Hotel. Mrs. Wm. Garman and daughter Dorothy of Saskatchewan: Canada, • were week end visitors at the home of the former's sister- in-law Mrs. Henry Eisoheid and family. A. J. Hertig who has been in rather poor health the past year, is ill with pneumonia. His daughter, Mrs. Wayman Closson of Mason City came Monday for a few days to help care for him. Misses Alma Dee and Mary Lou, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Seeley are leaving Thursday (today) for St. Katherine's school at St. Paul. The former will be a senior, the latter a freshman. Mr. and Mrs. Joe J. Wadleigh took their daughter Louise to Northfield, Minn., last Monday to enroll for her last year at Carleton college. Louise had spent the sum- j mer months here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Kingsley arrived Tuesday for a fortnight's visit with the latter's mother Mrs. T. C. Sherman. The Kingsleys live at Ocala, Fla., and they find the fall weather of Iowa delightfully cool and invigorating. Mrs. George Grimm of Boonc and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Grimm and children Merle and Duane of Adel were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Steven, Mrs. George Grimm is Mrs. Steven's mother and Roy is her brother. Mr. and Mrs. Matt ZUtritsch of Omaha were visitors with relatives here last week. They have been in Clovis, New Mexico, and are now- located at Omaha where Matt is employed with a concrete company building a run-way at an air port. Mrs. Helga Carstensen and daughter Coleen and Mrs. Frances Hudson and daughter Sandra of Mason City and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Neilson of LuVerne were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hansen who are parents of the ladies. Pfc. and Mrs. Ernest E. Knutson are visiting here with her parents Mr and Mrs. L. J. Hendren. Mr. Knutson, who is formerly of Swea City, recently arrived home from the ETO after spending 22 months overseas. He has received 5 bronze stars. He has now been discharge. Mrs. Ernest Knutson is the former Ruth Hendren. 'Ic-xl 0 Mr. and Mrs. Harold Price had as Sunday guests Mr. • and Mrs. Ernest Hutchispn and Theo. Johnon of Wesley, Mr. and Mrs; Clayton Joh'nson and children of Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson and family of LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jensen and family of Rudd, Miss Verla Johnson of Maon City and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gregory and family of. Algpnja. ' :Mrs. Ed Gehrich-enjoyed a Visit this week end: from her sisters' MrS. L. L.' Kinnamon' and Mrs, Delmar McFadden of Brooklyn, Iowa: Mrs. Kinnamon is editor of the Brooklyn Chronicle and Mrs. McFadden is with the farm bureau. The husbands of the ladies are in service, Mr. Kinnamon being in the navy and located on) Okinawa, and Mrs: MrFadden is at Camp Chaffey, Arkansas. "' bee;will,Vl|ittneit , aftd Ruth • Ahh * reisectftfely/. are taking huf'ses training at a hospital there. Mrs. Stewart .will be a'guest of Mrs. Tesste Hicks. : Mr. and Mrs, Carl Spies afre planning to return to their former home at Emmetsbufg fls soon as their home is available, which will be early in October. Mr. Spies is an attorney and will resume his profession which was interrupted by army duty. He served eighteen months in the ETO and arrived in the states in July. Two weeks ago Mrs. Spies met^him in Des Moines p ippmii* H^ll3|il SubScMjp;: Cbrirad •'•'W*'fiata8; : ?tS-^Mpi* and a few efieldsed ftotes frtiitt'.] reifieW>al ol say that he 'eftjofM Mofnes very Mtiteh. 1 . ( . 1B .wu«« the Upper Del Momes" 'as. standby with lots of gdOd Hewli it. He further adds that he is st_ employed at the Masonic Teiajjti and very glad to be able to tlnue working, since he bel a person feels better when are busy. Mrs. Hugh Post, Mrs. Frank Vera, Mrs. George Stewart and Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee went to Omaha Thursday where they will spend a few days. Mrs. Post will go on to Council Bluffs to visit Mrs. Riley Gardner. Mrs. Vera and Mrs. Sigs- i«WWP?lPP»i Send Yours Now Don't miss the boat! If he cati,'t be '' home for Christmas, send Christmas)to:, him (or her). But send him what he'd . really like. • Choose your gifts from our Service Canteen where we've assembled the kind of gifts service men and women on every front ask for. (After four war- , ; : • ' ' time Christmases we ought to know.) I As suggestions, we have; all kinds of pocket size games; shaving equipment, toiletries of all kinds, gold and silver identification bracelets, and honest to. goodness Eversharp fountain pen .arid 11 i out a box of nuts. > We have the Overseas Shippers in . t which to pack your giftsi "Comedn today.' -I ' : '''",'• '••••'; '•••'• ' - •'•; '. ( '• \ ' •-•••: ,......-..-.. . | j Lusby # Qiossi .''•-. ^t- .. • "* •• ' . • .-•'L' •.•."•• i - . , '- i " ' • ' -i .• ill son LfluJS aM twp (iiughters La* Yonen and'BJta spent the week with Mp,( an4 Mrs,; iBrnest fhjei. They are frpropeap Lake ' Carrie St. John received a recent letter from her son Pfc. Durwood St. John in which he says he is now in Tokyo. He was so close to the Missouri on which the peace terms were signed, that if it had not been for a heavy fog, the ships would have been plainly visible. This is the4irst letter Mrs. St. John had received since V-J day and naturally it was most been in welcome. Durwood geryjce over two years, • Sir, and Mrs. Earl SchmJflt and JittJe daughter Sharon are here from Los Angeles and are at the home of Mrs. Schmidt's mother Mrs. Qiara Sankey, Mrs. Schmidt will be remembered as Thelron Sapkey, The Schmidts have been fit" California the past three end. a half years where Mr, Schmidt has been employed with the state Aircraft company. Miss Sinkey who is empjpyed 88 ....... agent at Myrtle, Minn-; came home tor the vreefc end to visit the famv She is ?mpJlQye4 at the W* •••-•• • -jeppt,' /,,,/;;..;> v A"n4i4' : ks>u7 •jB^rtwe- INSULATE NO We are the J»J1 «»4; the w^ '- : ''' 1 -''""'' '™'"- ! ' r ioiiili >ffi

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