PAGE TWO WW40WM&? Ask About Th9 yW| Will rtjecap Your Prls6nt Smooth Tires forAWinter Driving Saflty J When New Firestone De Lux< Champions Are Available to You VVel Will Equip Your Car end Buy Your Recapped lUes DELUXE CHAMPION Th« Tlra Tha* S»ayi Safer Longer You got patsnt«d, exclusive construction features assuring extra safety and extra mileage at no extra cost. C /IR CLEAN-UPS To Keep Your Car Shining With Little Effort Glass Cleanw W/ r n. 2Oc Pr.-Wox... Cleanor ft. 39c Liquid Polishing Wax..P».3Oc Cleaner and Polish Ft.39c Chemical Polishing Cloth 3Oe Simoniz Wax 7-ox. 49c Simoniz ' Kleener |2. OI . 49c Wool Wash Mlrt 9»e OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT OH, IF YOU PREFER, USE OUR CONVENIENT BUDGET PLAN HUXTABLE Firestone SEXTON BOY HAS A BROKEN ARM Sexton: Donald Lickteig, second son of Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Lickteig, fell on the ice while at school a week ago and injured lis left arm but they never found out until Monday that it was broken at the elbow in two places and was causing him much pain and he will have it in a sling for some time. Hostess on Thursday Mrs. Ferd Brethorst will be hostess to the Sexton W. S. C. S. at her home Thursday afternoon, Feb. 28, and plans will be completed for the Rural Youth Banquet to be held March 7 at which the Indies will serve. Out of Army Jerry Jennings, son of Mrs. Mrs. Martin Mimbach, arrived home last week after receiving his discharge from the army. Ho will visit here and then return to California, where he will have employment. Mrs. John Jennings was on the sick list at her home here last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Miller were callers in the Glenn Gabrielson home Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Voss of Lu Verne called on friends in Sexton Sunday afternoon of last week. Mrs. Pearl Beukema and family visited Thursday evening at Titonka at the Lawrence Doege home. Mrs. Martin Mimbach was called to Cylinder Thursday evening by illness of her mother Mrs. Kate Esser. Mrs. Roy Dieblcr and two sons of near Lu Verne were Thursday evening visitors of Mrs. Arch Burger at the home of Mrs, Sarah Wise. Johnny Beukema visited on Wednesday and over night at the Farrell Altaam home near West Bend. Johnny formerly worked for the Albams. Mr. and Mrs, Glenn Gabrielson, Glennda Sue, and Mrs. Vinnie Laymon spent Monday with friends and relatives at Jewell, Ellsworth and Stratford. Mrs. Pearl Beukema and children went to Kanawha Saturday, where they spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Azarski and family there. Better Light For Greater Safety Helps to do »/ie Job Qu/eUr, Better SEALED 1IEAM LAMP SPONGE- \$ A replacement lamp for your present Sealed Beam system. Fits all cars.' Keeps Baby Safe, Happy AUTO BABY SKAT Universal 4,as Tank Cap You . ca . n <Wve with east . . . taby is safe In this comfortable seat. Strong fabric, metal frame Adjustable to fit all cars. Has an attractive pUited, buffod, briht ftnlsh. Won't Crocfc or Peel White Tire Paiiit...(»9c Auto Door Mirror . . 1.59 Produces a smooth "Hk*- ne-w" ftnlsU on whtta side wall tirei. It's flexible when Applied. Fine quality. Gives clear vision to the rear. Four-inch, non-glare mirror. QTW enamel arm. Wedding Of Titonka Girl, Jan. 26, Revealed Titonka: Mr. and Mrs. A. Jandl of near Titonka announced the marriage of their youngest daughter Larina to George Seng- bush of Algona^pn January 20. Mr. Sengbush is^i trifck operator at Algona, where the couple is making their homo. Lavina gi'aduated from Titonka high school and worked in Washington, D. C. for a time. Shortly before she was married she was employed at George's Cafe in Algona. Many friends of the couple- wish them a happy married life. Injured In Shelter Wesley: August Sluder suffered severe injury to several fingers in a corn sheller at the Glawe home southeast of town one day last week. AtGONA OPPEft'tt^ MdifJES, AlftONA KMjPA"i St. Joe Cdtipl^ilijiteiPtaiii; Wed 25 Years February 10 V?0fltll^f^P?SfS'^M|WlPP •»';- • •'. .•;.-- ''.L. ', i' .j- ' ; .j.'-: -.•••-L. ^*''j.-^'^i*HM,riiife« '9 ffiL St. Joe: Mr. and Mrs, Matt Kitsch entertained relatives and friends Sunday evening, Feb. 10, the occasion being their 25th wedding anniversary. Those present were: Father Geo. J. Theobald, Mr. and Mrs.' Henry Thilges, Mr. and Mrs. John Reding, Mr. and Mrs. Will Reding and Stella Mae, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Capesius and Mary Joyce, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Reding, Mr. and Mrs. John Hermann and Thelma, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Faber, Mr. and Mrs. Will Thilges, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Thilges, Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Plalhe, Mr. and Mrs. Connie Kohlhaas and Darlenc, and Susie Nabor, all of St. Joe; Mike Reding of Livermore; Mr. and Mrs. James Reding, Mrs. Clara Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Reding and Roseanne, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ca- Musical Program At Zwiefel Home, Portland, Sunday Portland: A party of young folks enjoyed a musical Sunday evening at the Earl Zvveifel home. Guests-who wr-re also the musicians included Frank TieU, Faulhie Woishanv »nd Carl Peters, all of Algona, Harold Carlson, Wesley, Orlo 7,weifc-l, Juries Huber, Dorothy Weigand, Lavant Moore, Louis, Glen and Elsie Larsen. This was a gay occasion t\s this group met together many times before the war and this was a happy reunion. Virginia Patterson, R. N., is here for a visit with her parents. Mrs Hedwig Larson, Burt, spent last week Thursday with the M. E. Larsen family. The Fred Beenken family are leaving the county on March 1 and a Harms family are moving to the place vacated by the Heenkens. Frank Becker spent the weekend at home and returned to Ames Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Patterson arc spending several weeks in Texas and Southern points. The small son is with the grandparents, the George Pattersons. Miss Baars and a number of Burt band members from here attended an all-day band clinic at Forest City last week Thursday. The bandmaster at Forest City is Mr! Fardel, who was a former band instructor at Burt. pesius of -Algonaj Mr. and Mrs. Adam Reding and Anna 2ita of Rodman; Mr. and Mrs. George Reding, and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Reding and Patricia of Ottosen; Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding of Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs, Tony Kirsch of Fort Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. John Kirsch and Caroline, Eagle'.Grove; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Erickson of Owatonna, Minn.; and Mrs. John Reding of Chicago, 111. Peter Kayser and Mark McGuire returned Wednesday from Rochester, Minnesota, where they had taken Mrs. Kay- set and Mrs; McGuire the previous Sunday to go through the Mayo clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bormann Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Art lllg, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bormann and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bormann Jr. helped Mr. and Mrs, Peter Bormann Sr. celebrate their 55th Wedding anniversary Saturday, Feb. 9 in Algona. A Correction The funds from the Charity Ball will nof be used for hot school lunches but rather for tonsilectomy and dental work in some eases, where the cases are not county charges, it was stated last week, to correct a general impression' that was wrong. oi' 1 ri«nt.\Ti<: <>!'• \vu.i, STATK (IK |i)\V.\ Kossmh t'mmty, *s. Nil. MW In DIM rli", (,'cinrl ,'. . -larinurv TcnnM, lit Hi ' .- - ' ;ri>./\u,.>yuo.M ,rr. M A.V ,<,•,«;*/-K i tis";. I vex; .MM-: IIKKIOHV N'nTii'Mioi.i. 'Hint ;in iirsl rumen I or writing pui 1 - lirirlliiK tci he tile- hist XV111 iliitl Tc-sl- nnic'iit cd' AH''I||I:I lln \vrly, I (cri'iisi'd, ihili'il Apfll 10, lie III, liiivlliK .IHM-I:- Ihis diiy I'Hc'ci, opcnc-il line) rc-:it). Slnnilay'llu- lltli clny cif Min-rli. 1 ill 11. Is I'ixc'il 1'cir l,f':irin.y iirmpf nl' sninc* lit tile 1 Culll-l ll.iillsr in Alwona. lowil, hi'fmv tin- IH.sti-ic-l Cuiirl of nahl Comity, nr tin. CliTlc cil 1 Miiid Cinii-l; and ill li'll n'cl'ii'k A. M., cil' III!' d:iy iiliiivi- nii'MilnracI all IICTHOIIS intfr- cslf<l ut'f h(M'»'Uy iMitifii'd an<t'n-'iulr- <M| 10 jipprjir, and show c-aii^f. II' an.v iltv-y have. why said instvunifui xl.u'nlil nnl h>' pi-filial c-'l and alhiwi'd UK and fni- tlic' lust Will and Ti-!Ma- lili-cU »>!' said diTcasc'd. Hali'd ;ii Alsjicna. Inwn. I'chrna! v I'l. I Mill. (SKAl.t IIMI.U.V WIIITI-:, Clc-ik nf Dlslrlrl ''oiii-l. AI..MA I'KAKSO.V. IH'iiiny. I,. A. W..\'KKU Aliunu-y, Al««cun. 1 (i \v n. N are ju st dividends. * • ... us -.«•« '°" St; Joe: tfhe Eiverdalfe Jtust- lei-s 4-H ctub met at the home of K?thryn KirscU Saturday, Feb. 18, with ci|ht . ffliarftberS answering roll call. Darlene Kohlhaas ^ave a home-furnishing talk "Short cuts in ^drying of curtains to take the place of ironing." Two demonstratip.na, "Colorful painted chairs" and "Braided rugs" were given by Kathryn Kirsch and Thelma Bormann, respectively. _ The picture study "Mexican Child" was given by Mary Jane Origer. The 'next meeting will be held March 16 at the club leader's home, Mrs. S-. M. Patterson. St. Joe Beats Bode St. Joe: St. Joe downed Bc':lc Friday night at St. Joe 44 to 24. In the first quarter Bode showed -to' Tf he .gate Ceding led St. Joe w'itH 10 6m. points respectively. JJick Opheim Jed the loser's with 11 poiftts. St. Joe's te'j$rv& lost, 22 tb 10 Sbde. •!•'."';'.'',' <; . ••••' ' to «VA»nC» ADS BRINOS RESULf S! Hrf, P9Sf DRAV ANO TKA^SPEK STORAGE 0FAtLKINpS Long distance hauling. Every fead insured agairtst :loss or damage>ii Equipped to do all kinds 6f/draying and hauling. Grand Rapids, Mie. fcrhest GJ.easan ttf this city, "The twvn&snd Plan is prfip ift Isaiah JH the 3rd and 4th te'rsof the v Bible." ' Chicago, til.: The ToWnseqd or- ganisation Is contemplating on buying their own printing P»m. WasWtvgtoh, •». C.-Uv S, army predicts one million vets to start 'learch; tor illuslvd jdbs. ..;,'.,..,.. VHiile'i big .busdness sits. bfleJt in ah frasy chMr elnioyittg j»* lti njg|* of the man %vho labored in . '.his trtaniifaclurtng concern, we .gepj press" points a fittger of scpWi fli ffle laboring ma;n ; as the sole "hoodlum'.' in the strike situation.. At the Jiame' time big business is Jlolddng baek good« ;for higher " *lC63 - • ' ; * ;".-.•' T*he Townsend Plan would auf o* matlcally .tax big business .proHts and put .them back (into ctrCUlatUm and provide security for.all.— Adv. ';- Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 Jim Pool OFFICE SUPPLIES — A good stock on hand, getting larger every clay. Fill your, needs at The Algona Upper Des Moines office. DIO yOUR TUBE IiET UOU Down THIS moRnmc? See T'y"... _-..--. . . Vi ' .' LESTER DcBOLT Phone 308 118 N. Thorington THE OLD JUDGE SiAYS.. % OLD JUDGE: ''Hank, you're a big grain producer... let me ask you a question or txvo?" HANK: "Glad to have you, Judge." OLD JUDGE:"Do you think the grain used by distillers is xvasted as some folks are saying?" HANK: "I certainly do Noll As a matter of fact, it is just the opposite." OLD JUDGE: "Hoxv do you figure that, Hank?" HANK: "From my own experience and from reports I've read. For the year endin 1 last June, the distillers produced over 1,200,000,000 pounds of distillers' dried grains...the best feed supplements we can lay our hands on. They are rich in nutrients. Why... I've never had such fat dairy cows, livestock and poultry as 1 have since I've . been usin' these dried grains." OLD JUDGE: "How do you use them, Hank?" HANK: "I blend them in with original grain. This balanced ration has far greater feed value than the original, grain itself. I can cut down on my whole grain feeding about 20% and still get better results." Tin's a'iti'crtistiiitut slionsorctl by CiiHfcrrnct t>f AIci.ittiHc 2\»f* Our Policy on NEW CAR ORDERS in accordance with fair procedure We are now accepting orders for earliest possible delivery of new cars. However, as you know, there are not enough new cars for all who want them. Therefore, we want to make a clear statement of our policy ... so that everyone will know exactly how we .are handling orders for and delivery of new ca.rs during the current shortage period. We intend to fill orders for new cars in the order in which they are received. There are two exceptions to this basic rule— 2 We will definitely reserve a percentage of our cars for those who have served in the Armed Forces. We feel sure that all our customers will agree with the justice of this exception. 3 If .definite needs for a new csr is a factor, we will, in th.e pub|iQ v . interest, determine such ! ca ; ^-.p,ri.the basis of the now abolished but publicly accepted,' OPA. priprity' lists. This policy is in your interest, We are. following it because >* we want to serve you fairly and well today m in the -pasty - v '.The Ford Motor Company and we ourselves are, m every effort to deliver your new car promptly and estly, . - "• .',..
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