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PAGE TWO_ w?pm\pj$ RAYMCWHORTER SUFFERS RELAPSE BUT NOW BETTER Portland: Mr. and Mrs. W. W. White, Iowa Falls, were week end guests at Ray McWhorters. Ray suffered a relapse and is again slowly recovering from a head injury received a week ago Monday. Kliral School Program— A .joint program is lo be held by pupils of districts 5 and 7 at the 'No. 5 school on Nov. 20th. Prizes will be given away. The public is invited. Teachers are Miss Donna Jean Dulton and Miss Rose Mtirie kingsdorfi '• - ' Portland Service Club— > The Portland Service Club is to meet next week Thursday with Mrs. Tom Trennry in Hurt. Plans will be made to send Christmas boxes lo Service boys In the states. Glon Larson is now Tfnrho from Europe. • The Earl Miller 'and Raymond Lnuslnd families were Sunday guests at the John Cox'liome. Lolls; Creek Shower- Mrs. George Siems, Mrs. Carl Beck, Mrs. Wilfred Bierstedt, Mrs.' Hilbert Biersledt and Mrs. Hewn•an Hoock attended a shower at Lolls Creek Sunday 'afternoon In honor of Mrs. Lucille Farr, nee Lucille Kuecker. ' More Service From Your Waffle Iron If your •w'affle iron isn't working- property,.bring it to us for repairs. Yon can sre), loiiRer service from your electrical appliances with a few repairs. It will still be a while before now appliances are available. Pratt Electric Co. Phone 170 f . Atgona CLARE HILDMAN IS HOME AT WESLEY Wesley: Pfc. Clare Hildmnn, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. George Hildmnn arrived home Sunday morning from Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, where'he received his discharge Saturday, Ho was in the army 3 years and stationed in the Aleutians 35 months. He was in the medicnl corps of the const hr- lillery. Leo Hildmnn is in the southwest Pacific and has been in service 3 years in January. Irwin Hildmnn, who has been in the European theater of war since March 1941, is thought to bo on hK wav to the slates. Other Sunday guests nt loh Hildman home were tho Cvril KeMinffs of Bode Aid tho Urban Ncurolhs of Wesley. Trappers Prices Arc Higher Than Last Season Put Those EXTRA DOLLARS In Your Own Pocket This Year By Selling All Ybur Furs To Clagg Hide & Fur Co. Our Fair And Courteous Dealings Will Make You A Regular Customer^. —REMEMBER— >j The Best Place To Sell Your Furs Is The Clagg Hide & Tux Co. 301 Central Ave., FORT DODGE, IOWA Same Loation for 5G,Years 45U Rone Gar man Honored.— Mrs. Hose Carman was honored at a farewell party Friday afternoon by a group of neighbor ladies. She has been housekcener for Jack Richlcr since Anrll. She will visit relatives in Oarnov few wc">'-s hefm-n goihg to her home in North Dakota. Solcl'cr To Wed— Tl was reported hero over the week cd nthal Staff S«t. Bernard Erdman, oldest son of Mr. . and Mrs. Paul Erdman will be married lo Madlvn LnVohne O'Connor of Towa City, Tuesday, Nov. 20 at Columbus, S. C., where he is now stationed. •.'/, Frartk Materri was tflcMr* .from the navy a. few wefts ,fi>t* lowlrig 3 years of ierVlcWm ffiti Pacific, . ••',.»,£ ...-,;'. Mrs. George Vltzhum..$pefll the week end at Mason City visiting her daughter 'Ruth, wMp.-em- ployed at the Park Inn. •, 4 Mr. and Mrs. Jeff ThofsdfHncJ family of Humboldt were Sunday dinner guests at the hbrne^f jthelr relatives the Ed Hlidrriahsj >,, ; ,-• Mrs. Al.RlchtsmeHer iwiisi.takert to the Mercy hospital .j4«vwFprt Dodge Saturday where 'sfte re" ceived treatment for infection' in her left'hand. vi^iy!,' Mrs. Viola Binder Went'to'Jwya City Monday lo visit •Het!i<y'fllJtt&- est son Billy Who Wdrit Mete rtrt Thursday. He aubmtUefHb' & gland operation Monday mdrnlng?' Mr. and Mrs. Root and Mr, arid Mrs. Roman Wllhelmi Went Ho Minneapolis Sunday to see their youngsters Carol Root and David Wllhelmt in the Elizabeth Kenney Institute. ' s Lawrence 'Hildman, Slrti, spent several days over the wtieK»end at St. Paul where lie 'visltr ' ' - ~ two sisters and their famll is on a 15 day furlough.at / ;jils,.pa- rental 'Ed Hildman home. '''"' The Henry Haverly family were Sunday evening dinner'gUests at the EdCink home ' Lt. Haverly and her to St. Cloud, Monday n,the ..first World b§etV:ni6^ro*:-ie$s of child'o . family :;:ttl:tlj.« ft&Hitl$HAP Mrs. II. H. 'Ranev entertained her club Saturday afternoon. Townserid Flash By Mrs. A. M. Anderson LESTER DeBOI/T Phone 1508 118 N. Tliorinelnn "Batteries for All Hearinj* Aids" OPPORTUNITY FOR THE HARD If you,want to ox HEARING % FREE ALGONA ALGONA, Wed., Nov. 21, f) a. m. to 5 p. m. • NEW MODEL 63 HEABINd nt Climaxing 63 9 of work «nd research W«7a49V cu»i«m'*ur i in sound. • A vk for our Mr. , _ —.. -~* —T.^..--, , --A cntly Iruloeil laljoralory tedinltlun. NOW In J'sur <>lunu<u to **«ee tlia iic\r Model (U AiiJinlioiu-.i llenlimfil by (lie u-uilil • faiuuu* Bell Velvuliuuu rvkcari-k I.ubbi-ut«ll«». If you m'v 'la •carcli «i Hi-tlcr |li>url>iK lur .MIUI>A'!( or vumruuu UK;\U TO VUt. till* U your liitruduclloii lu lleurlnic lli^ujiiueijil. - "Wt'Btctu Klecti-Ic. Tlio TltUSTKI) N«uic for Ilctter JJcuriu»" It it li uot couvcnlent to alteinl or If you prefer a Home Dcnionjtnit.lM) please write for FUKK ll:n'!:!cl In: , IOWA AUDIPHONI Ca Ull (Uiic ItulldlllK — '>«» Molun. lovlf E«»t of V«uuUfr») Washington — Orland A. Scott, regional director for Washington, Oregon, Idaho ;.nd Montana, has recently been appointed the new general manager of the Townsend organixation. Mr. Scott was n minister of the gospel for 20 years. He is a direct descendent of Winfield Scott. 1-Iis schooling consisted of high school and the University of Idaho and Willamette University. Mr. Scott comes highly recommended as a Townsend leader. Washington—Dr. Francis Townsend last week urged all Townsend members to support Townsend plan .friends, whatever their party labels. Rock Island, 11.- -The 7In Regional Council, of which Iowa is a part will hold its convention at Davenport, Iowa, Jan. 11, 12, 13. —Adv. -his folks' and other .rel4j,v|s..-Jind friends. . ^'; f ***»'•'•'• J. B. Meuhe and daugfjt spent several days tho ml of last week at Albert Lea, visitjrig their daughter and sister Mrs.' Albert Dirksen and^rfamily. Mrs. Dirksen and her brotnef John Meuhe returned to Wesley with Mr. Meuhe and Ruth and visited till Sunday. Vets Hear All About Rights At,''V Fenton Meeting Fenton: A meeling sponsored by Ihe Fenlon American Legion, was held at the gym Friday night. The G. I. Bill of rights, 'pens'ions anc insurance were explained, ,by the following speakers: Wm. Becker of Algona, Mr Deshing of Fort Dodge, Walter E Cutting of the velerans .ladminis- tration of Fort Dodge and Frank Hamilton of the U. S. employmen 1 service of Fort Dodge, -r - , Insulate For A Johns-Manville Blown Home Insulation Estimate Call 767 Wormhoudt Home Insulation Co. DEL LEANEAGH Local Representative : 44tt A private sewage system for Your Farm Think what this means! The comfort of a modern home brought to every member of the family Health and happiness with the utmost in sanilalion now is possible through the inslallalion oi our DIAMOND BRAND SEPTIC TANK. And Ihe cosl is so small Easy lo install, too. Any Farm Home M*y Now ti»ye • Bath and Inside I oilet row bom* uoderal Enjoy th< aunt comtorti (hat ptopl* «• Ikt i»rf«i oitl« F. S. Norton & Son PHONE 239 4-t LADY NEARLY CHOKED WHILE LYING IN BED DUE TO STOMACH GA One lady said a few days ag that she used to be afraid to g to bed at night. She was sv/olle with stomach gas, which alway got worse when she went to bee and the gas would rise up in he throat after she lay down an would neaj}y choke her, Sh couldn't lie flat. Had to prop her self up on pillows. Recently th' lady got SYS-TONE and now| says gas is gone, stomach feels fine, bowels are regular an4 she can go to bed and sleep soundly. SYS-TONE contains 12 Great Herbs; they cleanse bowels, clear gas from stomach, act on sluggish liver and kidneys. Miserable people soon feel different all over. So don't go on suffering! Get SYS^TONE. Lusby & Giossi Drug Store. F Gift Sale And Dinner— .^ The 'Fenton United Service Women of. America will hold a gif sale and serve a ohickeYi/ clinne Saturday, Nov. 17 at the, Arnolc Krause store. Auxiliary Projects— The Fenton Auxiliary., held it meeting Friday iat the home-, o ilrs. Ed Ohm at Lone Rock. Plan vere made for the annual bazaa vhich is-,beld on Santa Clous .day, n hey- wiirVeWeihot •sandwiches, ie and coffee. Home made, candy vill be sent to Knoxville arid Mt. Peasant. They will send *'Ghrist- na-s boxes to those still in service. 'orrcsl Hanifan Home- Forrest Hanifan arrived' home Monday morning from Fort •Leavenworth, Kansas, where he re-> eived his discharge. He had been n the service 3 yeity^nnd 5 months, 1 year and 11. fnpiiths:of which he spent overseas/ifl New - — ' —*• 't. in the tiakbta: AieenY little daughter of Mrs; Arietta (SuMy, WW. teaches In the Bancroft school, suffer _rad an accident.while at school fhursday when- she w&s thrown pn her fnce ; fln the floor qrid had mr'2 'frontieeath'broken and they 4 to be taken out. . Henry Dontjl has been quite sick the -past week with bronehl- 1s but 1 la now somewhat improved. Mrs, Ernest Wortman and Mrs. iachael Ktenlte were Blue Earth Wlrin., shoppers last week Wednesday. Sunday visitors at the Wilbur Wirtjes Were John Klooster and, children and Mrs;. John Waterman and son of Ledyard, < Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kollasch, VIrs. Joe Kollnsch and Mrs. Roland Smith Sr. were Algona visitors lost week -Monday. Recent visitors with Mr. and 'rarrcls Adams were Mrs.' Adams' sister and husband Mr. and" Mrs. Thomas Wallace of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Greenfield were supper guests at the William Baums Saturday, the event,being in. honor of Mrs. Greenfield's birthday Sunday. 'Mr. and Mrs. W- E. Gutknecht 'entertained at dinner Sunday, liests being Mr. and Mrs. Roland |mith Sr., Mrs; Delia Smith and (t-rl'-and Mrs. Paul Kollasch. ' Mr. :and Mrs. Henry Ennen took Mr. and Mi's. .Henry Kline to Mason City Thursday to consult a doctor and take a treatment. Henry has.;been -sick for- several months. " '•* -, 'Mr. .and Mrs. Harry Mussman, Mrs. F. C'-Keister and her sister Mrs. Minnie Field drove to Goldfield Sunday, taking Mrs. Field hOfne after 2 weeks visit here and at Elmore, Minn. Paul Ukena and wife were here over the week end for a few days visit with Paul's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ukena. Paul sang a solo accompanied by his wife, and also sang in the male quartette at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning. The John Neelans moved recently to Thompson where Mr. Neelan is employed. While here Mr. Neelan was a trucker for Jerry Ukena. The Kilmers will move into the rooms over the- C. R. Smith store vacated by the Neelans. Mr. and Mrs. Allen' Ballard of West Union, la., were last week visitors with Allen's sister and family the A: E. Anderson's. Mrs. Anderson and Sherry Lou accompanied them -to West Union Sunday and will visit Mrs. Anderson's parents Mr.'and Mrs. Ballard. ^'-Mr. and Mrs. Guy.'BeemeC had dVitelephohe.. call '.'fijom'<,the'ir-. s °n. RoUert'd'aet ~—'-.—.«:—«..!..»; ~.» Blrpjfelilll. uinea and at Clark 'hilippines. ' Josephine Lund sperjf the" week end at her parental home ; ih; Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd' 'rn and ;on were Sunday dinnejV guests at he Art Muel-ler 'hbme..;,;^^. Mr. and Mrs: Fred Vtyejgel and Beth Ann were, Surtflay^-dinner uests at the V, J. Tatuiri ;Ji(Oine. , Miss Rose Mqry Finrie^fad re- :urned to, Minneapolis^X^fe wee ^ end al'ter spending 3 weeks at lome. Eunice Johnson of Mason City spent Saturday evening to Monday evening at the parental B. 1C. lohnson home. "' ,. Harlen Wehrspann, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Wehcstfann, underwent an appendectomy .at an Algona hospital last week. . Mrs. Carl Beck and Mrs. Hilbert Bierstedt visited';. Lyndon Kerber at the Emmetsburg hos- )ital Wednesday afternoon. Vernon Finnestad, sort • of John Finnestads, and Jo Ann Finnestad, daughter of Norman Finnestad, spent the week end at their parental homes. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wallace and family and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Finnestad and Glennis were Sunday evening callers at the Amos Finnestad home. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Gremmels, Mr. and Mrs. Art Bamsey of Gnaettinger, and farnily 'were Sunday dinner guests at v the pa- charge this week". arid ; wjll 'then visit an aunt and uncle'Mf, and Mrs. Adrian Palbmo in New York City before-coming home. Robert has, been stationed, at .Cherry Point. North Carolina, the past ;2 months.' ; :- : "" The Misses Vivian Strand, Don*ha Dean and Jean Ahlstrum ac- comp&nied Mrs. Junetta Mumford anc| baby to Maryville, Mo., Sat- Br,da3f. All-are teachers in the •p§bli.b school. Mrs. -Mumford's vHtjsb'andAvas killed in service and \tfti. father and mother take care 4lj-ihei' baby which was brought n'e're.'last week that it might.cele- brate the first birthday with the rn'oHier, Mrs.'Henry Mitchell helped care for the baby for the week it'Wqs here. .. "' : _ ^ rental Julius Gremmel Monday evening dinner guests at the E. K. Johnson, home pyere Mr. and Mrs. Forrest 1 end Barbara Jane, Eunice Johnsoo.. of. Mason Cily and Forrest Hanifan,- Sr., -of Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Bloomquis are visiting at the Walter Kruuse home. Mrs. Bloomqulst Is the' for* mer Cecelia Krause and her lins- band has' returned to the states from Ensland and has received. Ijis discharge. They will' 'make the home in Fairmont. ' ; . Mrs. Everett Dr«yer entertain ed the members of her bridge club Saturday afternoon, Substitute were Mrs. Clarence Wegnef, Mrs Ray Stoeber and Mrs. Larry AK Hiih score w^nt to Mrs. E. K Johnson and second high to Mrs Raymond StoebeiV ' ' '•' Sunday dinner Carl Feye home were Mr. ant Mrs. John K^rber were, r.'wfr. John McNeille Of ! Fouir Corners Sreet ANewSon ;'Foair Corners: ' Mr. and Mrs. John McNcill iare- the 'parents of a. baby .boy, born Nov. 6 at the ^ggsijth., hospital. He weighed 9 b. 15 oa. and-has been named Joel Arthur. There is one other child in the family, Michael age 3 years. •Home demonstration <agent Miss Peckham put on a demonstration Friday at the Robert Walker home. Mr.'and Mrs. Geo. F. Rich and Mrs. Nettie Rich called at the John ittch home Wednesday evening of last week. Don Ramus who has been staying at Jiis 'brother Leo's left the first of last week for Altoona to visit .his mother and sisters. Nprval Mitchell- and Jim Parrott of Fairfield came Sunday to visit Norval's mother Mrs. Jessie Mitchell and sisters and also to hunt pheasants, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Witham and family enjoyed a 0:30 oyster supper Monday night at their daughter 1 and husband's home, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Helmers in Algona. Mrs. Edith' Rich who is making 6 er home with her son Ed and iinily, went to her daughter's jhpme Mrs. Jonn Sabin last week Thursday to spend a lew days. ,.' Mr, and Mrs. Joe Ramus of Eau Claire, Wis., we visiting for a week at Joe's brother's home the L>o -RamMs, and at Mrs. Hamus' Bister's 'home the -LaVerne Behr ends near Goo'd Hope, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker and family were Sunday dinner guests <afc the Roy Kpllaseh home. Other g(ie§ts were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Priester ana daughter Loretta Veronica Pnestfer and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lindsey. Legion To Amwlean Mrs. J. W. Bell of Emmetsburg, Mrs. Lyndon K*rb*r, Mr. and Mrs. Er ? vin Borchardt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall and Janet, Mr*«< Wendell Rusc.h and Lorraine arid Marlln Wegener. Read the Want Ada—It Pays is sponsoring a 4 a ^P W t he KJeinpeter h8jl Wednesday eyen r Jng, Nov. 28. Process? will be e4 to assist the arrival of §anta town belwe Qhristnjsg, Is also gaomoring a party 1« sold. e Legion 17. prizes. Saturday Black Hill Spruce, Colorado flltic Spruce, Catidir& -Juniper, Juniper, Grafted Blue Juniper, Andora Juniper ,^rtill?s r P!itzer Juniper Shrubs, and other similar lines* , v V ^-! J 'VT AVAILABLE FOR SALijjft. ALGONA, BAlbLfel) ANO BUB* i LAPPEtt, OR WE WtLIi/ DELIVER AND PJLA^;TttM IF YOU SO DESIRE /,. SEE THEM, Plfe^WtlR; OWN. FIRST coMi; !5 FiRSTli^yl^ You still have time for propc^ fall planting. . All iKeafedve stock is guaranteed to be healthy; dncMriis recently ; b^en;anpro(vcdi^by a state inspector. '-• ' • "''* '' • ' - '"''•-•' ' '' •'' •'' We expect to soon have a cojrtiplete line of guaranteed nursery stock from one of the leading who^le mid-west nurseriers. We will -appreciate a chance to talk to you. . , PHONE 368LW OB WRITE ORTON TREE SURGERY CO. Tree Trimmingj Surgery — Landscape Work ABDEN OBTON ALGONA, IOWA TRAPPEItS ..,...- ....r .1 wi«. •: t'i i-Tfe t f. AGAIN Wf^RE I^^TE' KET FOR YOUR RAW FURS. " '"" - : . ;.-.'.••. '-• : ALWAYS TOP PRICES FOR HIDES AND FUR. WE WtLI^BE OPEN UNTIL ON SATURDAY NIGHTS E THE FUR SEASON. Frank Cook's Iron & Meta PHONE 848 ^ SOUTH ON 169 '••..'•' ; / 40-47* . ,. -x,; IIHIS lowii of bowie knif? fame hutfid crooked gamblers. In 1832, OQ the steamer New Qdeenf, a ypwng man wa» fleewd P| $45,000, Bowie (tapped in, caMght pne of the •harpers drawing an nrtril Ufe frorq h}« *««vei forced biro to ihgw it under threat <rf hi» knife, and took the pot with four kings, Bowie restored the yQUng jnan'f losses, find made Wm t«V« «n o»th n«yer tp ((»nibl«i again, When you gamble your csr ggalnit the we«^«r, yw mver k«pw how teriQH» thf dwnagf WJH be. Ri(ht n** i* "OPS tPP »PPO to wfeguard it against « mdden tonip»r»Wr« ctrpfi. ' Standard Oi} Pwlers fr» trained to givf 'yp^r ear the pver-all wtatertConditiORiiif it nwdi, Priv« IB nea? l«r y^f fttMinl n Miff»ttt fill TIM«-»I. ; ;'ifi yu 'is* {tut «w -'AMI ^ i»^»^f tt wfsw/.f. ,:msxms»-W9if^mfy^^jt L n^' -SXyff,

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