PAGE .ALGONA ^A-'/'W^S^. _ •'• , - ,, »ii 1. , ./V4.V irt^fj-f* Jk (And Older Men Top) JLf any young man or older person is interested in learning Brjqk-layiftg. or. improving their knowledge of Brick-laying and Masonry work, you, are as_ked to consult any of the local lumber yards. The Structural Clay Products Institute of Ames, Iowa, contemplates locatjng a training program and course in Algona,|if sufficient number of applications are made for the course. The training can be taken in leisure hours or in the evening. Remember, there is a shortage of trained masons and brick-layers, and the pay is excellent. See Any Algona Lumber Dealer for Full' Facts on the'Program Saturday, May 25 Matinee 1 P. M. SHAYNE LORRING WHITNEY W. J. HOOD RITES HELD AT BANCROFT Funeral services were held 'Monday, May 13, at St. John's Catholic church at Bancroft for W. J. l^oqd of-Bancroft, father of William Hood of 'Algona, following death of the former May 9 after, a t<vo weeks' illness. Mi'. Hood's death removed one of the most prominent of ' Bancroft business men from Kossuth county, • after a business career, that started in 1B02. He was born Feb. 10, 1071, at Glare, Iowa. In 1017 Mr. Hood went to Bancroft and entered business there, and since that time had been a member-of thq town'council for 12 years, 'and was elected mayor at one time but felt unable to tako tlio office because of business duties. Surviving in iilcHtion to his widow i\nd his son in Algona ;irc the following children: Mr?. Eula Saunders of Uanc'roft, Hubert of Htimboldt, Hayden of the Veterans Hospital at. Knoxville, Mrs. Charles McGuiro of Bancroft and Inez of Bancroft. Pallbearers were L. C. Durl- ding, Charles Quinn, C. M. Baker, M. C. Dudding, Lawrence VIenke and V. J. Lattimcr. Picnic Marks End Of School Year At Sexton, Friday Sexton: A picnic dinner at- ended by the school pupils and heir parents and teacher, Mrs. Da'hl, ended another year of school Friday, when all-gathered at the schoolhouse for dinner, af- er which the pupils entertained he parents with games, songs, and readings. Everyone enjoyed "t very much. Mrs. Da'hl plans ,o return again next term. News Comedy Donald Weaver and Mr. and VTrs. A. L. Brown called Tuesday evening in the Glenn Gabrielson lome. Mrs. August Kirschbaum en- ertained the Sexton Home Mak- rs at her home Tuesday afternoon with ten members present. Mrs. Arch Burger of Swea City amp Wednesday evening for a veek with her mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven were Mother's Day guests at the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hodgin, Greenville. Mrs. Vern Mimes and son How- Galfhst Slevens Speftt __„ weekend with Mr. and Mrs. liee! Olson of L/akota. Jim Pool has been eotifined fc his home the past few days be'-" cause of illness. David, son 6f Mt. and Mrs. H. B. Hicks, came flown witti measles Saturday of last.,week. Dr. and Mrs. R. iVSnydet of Swea City were recent guests'of Mr. and Mrs. Don Boevers. Mrs. Glen Roland/ Mrs. A* L. Brown and Mfts. '.T3pn -NelsSft: were recent Fort Dodj*6 - visitors, Harriet Simon Wflpr/a; dinner guest Sunday at.the hbme of her brother, George Simon, of St.' Benedict. . : Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chase of Okoboji arrived Friday i for a weekend visit with friends and •olatives. Mrs. Mary Buenger, Mrs. Bar,o, and Dora Biersteclt attended .he Lutheran ladies aid guest day at Whittemorc, Thursday. . , Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hardy spent last weekend in Minneaoo- is with the former's parents, Mr. md Mrs. W. A. Hardy Sr. R. O. 'Bjuslrom and .Frank tfoullon went to Minneapolis Monday, and were to remain till Wednesday, buying goods. Mrs. Joe Auner of Des Moines came Tuesday for a few <idys visit with friends. She is a'guest of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh. Harvey Peck was in the office the other day and reports that he 'has just completed a fine new •graveled lane to his farm 'home. Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Thiel and Mrs. L. J. Malueg went;,to Milwaukee last week Wednesday to attend the wedding of a nephew. Mr. and Mrs. George; Wilkinson and Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Powers, Des Moines, were' \Veekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long. Roy Christensen went to Chicago Saturday to attend market week. T. H. Ohrisohilles and son Ted and Wm. Sharp went in last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl McChesney. : of Chicago were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Geigel. Mr. McChesney is a nephew of Mrs. Geigel. May 9 was Guest day at the Doan church, and Mrs. W. H. Brandow, Mrs. Clifford Teeter. ard of Nebraska visited the past and Mrs. Verne Teeter 'were in ..... - -- .week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wcrrnersen. Mrs. Nimes is a sister of Mr. Wermersen. Mrs. Kate Esser, who had vis- .ited a few days at the ! home of her daughter, Mrs. Martin Mim- >baeh, returned to her home at Cylinder Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Drusie Noble attended the Commencement at the Britt high school ;• on Thursday evening,. Ya.her.,-twin .granddaughters ' class there'. Mrs. Ella Hartioy came from Britt Wednesd.-iy and had all the rest of her furnishings removed .from the old home here, then went out to the Richard Garman ihome, where she visited for a short time. Mrs. Martin Mimbach left Friday morning by bus for Cedar Rapids, where she will attend the Confirmation of her twin granddaughters, next Sunday. They are the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. John Graham. . County Extension Director and Mrs. A. L. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Keith, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bode and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Feter attended a committee meeting at the Glenn Gabrielson home Wednesday night. attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle • Br'ojwn of Trenton, 'Mo., came to '.spend Mother's Day with their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Hex Taylor. Mr. aqd Mis. H. T. Bunkfosk were Sunday guests a^'week agi Quinr, sister o of Mr. and Mrs. Britt; Mrs. Quinn is a Mrs. Buhkofske. . Sunday and Monday, May 26-27 FUN AND LAUGHTER, tang , , . And moro Ihon or* In heqvenl In Lifelike TECHNICOLOR MCM'i Wondv Shew JUDY (jARLAND;• WM. POWELL ESTHER WILLIAMS 'FANNY BRICE KATHRYN GRAYSON • LENA HORNE LUCILLE BALL-JAMES MELTON FRED ASTAIRE-GENE KELLY RED SKELTON • VICTOR MOORE with EOWARO ARNOIO "MAKKW BELl CYD CHASISSE • HUME CRONYH RQflRHEWIS VIRGINIA O'BRIEN BUNIN'S PUPPETS WM, FRAWIEY "" ********"** ^ Clinton where he n of Mr. atJjjl in, has gone t has taken Tuesday and Wednesday, May 28-29 Susan Hayward in ^DEADLINE AT DAWN" Added Attraction "FRENCH, clerical position with a refrigerj- ator company. > i Roman Waldera, manager ojf the S. & L. store, was.>,'quanmtin r ed last week for. scarlet -fever. One of his sons had r, previous!;^ had the disease. ' ' j Mrs. P. V. Janse returned Saturday from Bay City,: Mich., where she has made an extended visit with her daughter, Mrs. Beth Janse Miller. Mrs. Ruth Harlan rnovtd into the Chrischtllps apartment on \V. North street Sunday. For some time she has had a, room with Mrs. Irene Gilmore. Mrs. Claude White har, been at Iowa City for the na'st two weeks for a physical checkup. She has not been in her usual health. since last November. Mrs. Nellie Fairchilfis, a nurse] at Jefferson, la., came Tuesday for a visit until Monday with her sister and brother-in-Taw Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Clapsaddle. Joe Sherman and Maurice Wolfe of Bancroft and H. D/ Hutchins attended a meeting of the Northeast Iowa Realtors association at Mason City Monday. Mrs, Ole Allison, Mrs. Anna Bohannon, Mrs. Leo" ' Bellock, Mrs. Ralph Markla, and Mrs. Hans Presthus attended a Lutheran Aid meeting at Bancroft recently. Marilyn Keen arrived a week ago from Rochester for a three weeks vacation with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Roy Keen. She is a student nurse at St. Mary's hospital. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Ulrich and Jimmie of Fort Dodge were Sunday guests here at the J. M. Ulrich home. Also visiting were Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Law of Estherville. County Agent and Mrs, A. L. Brown, son Gordon, and Jerry Reilly went to Ames last week for Veishea. They remained over night and were guests a\ the Delta Upsiloruhouse. Mr. and Mrs. August Brodersen of Portland, Ore., are parents of a daughter born May 1Q. Mrs. Brodersen is a sister of Henry Guderian. They have two sons, one 16, the other 12. Mr, ana Mrs, H. L. Hpenk and Gtl Horn. Ctfnforllhit Lilt* ill CIRTIFJID INSULATION JOi Phont ui Jodty Cowa«BldgSupplyCo, 275 IOWA the letter's mothei', Mrs. Joe 'Martini of Emmetsburg went to Minneapolis last week Thursday, where tjhey attended the wedding of. a niece 6f Mrs. Hoenk. iTHe-third, degree in Masonry was confer.r<;d ( on Evans Carmean at Bancroft recently and attending ffoprt t<Ho Algona lodge were C. U. PoHar.d, Clinton Lighter, George St, 'Mm, and J. A. Freeh. Li. and Mr.S, F. J. Livingston, of Washington, 'D. C., came last Tuesday 'for a'VJsit with the former's father, CVln. Livingston and brother Francis and family. They, returned to Washington; SUnday. Russell Sfrayer, son otfMf. and Mrs. Howard Strayer of f-tartley was honorably discharged* from the navy at San Diego last week and came for a few days visit with his grandfather J. r A. Strayer. John Fasbinder got home last Thursday from Fort Leavenworth, where he received his army discharge. He was commissioned a captain, and had been stationed in the Aloutinns two years. Rev. and Mrs. Paden of the Fort Dodge Presbyterian church were guests of Rev. and Mrs. Gilbert Kuyper Thursday. Mrs. Paden gave a talk at the meeting of the Woman's Council Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gillingham, wil'h Lt. Com. and Mrs. Robert M. Schwyhart, also the Schwyhart daughter Mary, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Wheelock. Mrs. Gillingham is a daughter of the Wheelocks. < Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Jensen spent Sunday in Swea City last week with the letter's'parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Dourte and a muey <OI> Oarnettf ., alstei; Mrs. 'Paul njahiin of, Miami, >PJ&.,-will be Algotla b9$r$ •MenWJuL.day » a • visit,-with Wends, Thej be «y0sts. of Mr, and Mrs ns$n,^ VTr«. !Mln MagB SpeHt n.|» J^\ff|(* *T V "**S?* UWAJWtajt ATil i Was discharged, froflt s«3r« ivipe thq lalter,i Rant of ArJril and jis employed) wiWi the * 'Produce cotnpafty. Mf. and Mrs. John; fcudltiill and children, Mary Ann, Darlene. and Janice, of .Wodeft, Vyere... recent .Visitors at the Albert weishaar part of the day Ringsted with was Mr. spent in Jensen's mother, Mrs. Jennie Jensen. W. L. Mariin has been in rather poor health the past year and had major surgery at a Fort Dodge hospital, several months ago. He has not been gaining as .rapidly as was ihoped, and recently has not been quite as well. Mrs. George Mullare of Kansas City, the former Laurel Hutchison, and Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Decker and his father -H. H. Decker of Des Moines were guests of Mrs. R, J. Harrington and Mrs. Rachel Brown Mothers Day. : . ;" . Miss Lorraine Waiters left Wednesday for Lake Okoboji, where she will spend the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Walters. Miss Walters had been visiting her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hall. ' , John Dunn arrived Thursday from the Oakland, jiaval.'iibspital, where he 'has been a patient the past year and a half. He received ihis discharge from service but will have to report back to the hospital in six months for a checkup. Mrs. Cora Bacon spent last week visitin-g her children, her son Floyd and family at Burt, her daughter Mrs. I. W. Nelson thetti Hbrtte at the" conclusion' 6f their visit. , ' ' • Mr. aitd .*!M, <Alinur. 'AldricH and : s6n DarreH* of Des Moines returneS Home the latter part of, the .'Week 'following a visit with the letter'ssister 'and'her htis*- band, ^Mr. .and 'Mrs. • Ben Irigebfit- Son and with Mrs.:'A Id rich's : parents, Mr. and Mrs. P; J. Helinke at, Swea, City. Mrs. William Lighlner of Cedar Rapids, arrived Thursday for a Visit at the Ray Ladendorff home. Mrs. J. R. Lappin> of. Mjinr, heapolis came Saturday' and Mary McCormkk camq, Tuesday frdm- Chicago. Mrs. •'•Llgh'tner anti Mrs. Lappin ; ai'e sisters. > of Mrs. Ladendorff. •': '.'. '•'•- '.'•'••. Mr. and Mrs. Everett L^e and son Thomas LeRoy' went 'to Lit- ;tle Rock, Ark., a week ago Sunday to attend the.funeral service for Mrs. Emma, DodsOn, sister, of Mr. Lee. They returned home Thursday and''while away visited relatives./from Chicago who were at Je/fferspri. ' ' After 42 month's 'ih th^ nayy. •Wayne Strayer, 'son' of 'J, '''A. Strayer.^was disdharged from,the coast guard i reentry, arid is again making Algona his home.. Also at the Strayer home!, for a visit is • Mrs. Lewis Cloygh, of 'Benton ,Harbor, Mich.-Mrs. Cloligh "is the former June Sprayer. Mrs. FBris..''M>ner, -Mrs. Wayne 'Bown, Mrs, 'Juliu.s Baas 'Jr.,' 'Mrs. Tom Sampson,'^'dna Youngwirth and Mary Frances' Carney attended an area; convention of Beta Sigma. Phi. at Sioux City Sunday. Other towns ihvitqd were Spencer, Waterloo, Fort Dodge, and Council Bluffs. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Miller, of Grjnnell, are parents of'a' son, born May,., 7, Weieht seven pounds, a first child. The Millers arp former. 'Algohiaris, Mr. Miller having been a building contract- or'here, which business he is also following at GrinnelL 'Mrs. Miller, was Alberta Grosenba'ch. Mr, and Mrs. ftalph T ; ice will leave Wednesday for Owatontia, Mi'nn., where they '•will attend the, graduation exercises of their son, James R. Tice, at the Pills r bury Academy. 'James- was chosen as one of three speakers out. of 40 to speak at the qommence-' ment exercises on May:25. James has already enlisted, in. the army •air corps and will be called June 1. Mr. and Mrs. Roy O. Bjustrom .will leave Friday to attend the exercises also. tb vfsit Mrs. A tbeeri f tfll SlTlCG _...__. r _.._^ .... _,_ .. &-^-.-r i Illy sM. His <^p|ftt^ fWrf aj^maft Ol^s^i,\MaiiOT(, GM ' Friday fftf?a tivkfal-- day* May ?3, Guy l Defc«0. V May, 30, Oscar OtMSTED f or GOVEHNOH ' Cottthiilled . VOTCt WUMftlUBS JUltt » Wednesday/Thursday, aiid'Friday, May 22-23-24 tially ,Matirtee 2 P. M. .- f *** • Graduation Gifts STATIONERY Heavy paper and envelopes, colored or white. Gift box. 59c 98c PEN & PENCIL SET Wearever brand, Wheelbarrows All metal, rubber tre^d on wheel. WEEK-END KIT Heavy wood construe- ' tipn, stripped trim, lock and key. $230 NECKTIES Solid colors. Gift box. 49c . TRACTOR Climbing, spring move- mqnt, with bulldozer i and dump cart attachments. S249 Reed body and hood, metal frame and wheels metal handle. Rubber Tractors 59c ROCKIN0 WORSE TOY 'Spring movement all metal, TRAIN SET On platform. Esther L MAUREEN ommm with «/ CEORIC HAROWICKE GLENN LANOAN-MISCHA AUER.KURTKREUQER TRUDY MARSHALL RUTH NELSON ' And Presenting CONNIE MARSHALL 1 , Saturday, May 25 ;Iprning Matinee 10 O'.clock and.Midnight MIDNIGHT SHOW MATINEE Cartoon Characters In A Oiqantic Slnq VourHHaod Of f flNCi ^ ,^ , "./.
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