PAGE TWO Moths, Dust ami Warm Wcftther Are Bad for FURS! Store Your FUR COAT ^NOW! CALL ALGONA UPPEtt . F. W. Makes Plans For Memorial Day Program Dry Cleaninff & Tailoring PHONE 537 'We Pic,k Up Anywhere in County! Bancroft Legion Ballroom Friday, May 24, Lynn Kerns Tuesday, May 28, Scandinavians Friday, May 31, Jack Cole Bowel Cleansing Power of Sys-Tone Medicine One man recently took SYS- TONE three clays and said afterward that he never would have believed his body contained so much filtry substance. He says his stomach, intestines, bowels and whole system were -so thoroughly cleansed that his constant headaches came to an end, several Burt: Members of the Burt V. F. W. Post, meeting May 14, made plans for the initiation of 20 members, to take place in the near future at Spencer. Ivan Schmidt of Lone Rock made application for and was accepted as a new member. Suggestions for the organization of an auxiliary wore also made, and plans discussed for a Memorial Day observance. A committee was named to handle Memorial Day arrangements, and included Roland Lav renx, .Wayne E. Schichtl, Raymon E. Lavrenz, Mike Baer Bruce Graham and I. R. Pearson The services are to be conducted jointly by the V. F. W. and the /American Legion. The next mooting will be hold at the Legion Hall May 28. All men eligible for the V. F. W. arc oxtcndcd an invitation the post. to join pimply skin eruptions on his face | Christeiiscn Mrs. Clifford Holding has been on the sick list the past week. The Rev. Ray K. Hill is driving a now Chevrolet car since Friday. Mrs. R. J. Noaly and Mrs. J. D. Peters wore Des Moines visitors, Thursday; Mrs. Jennie Smiley, Algona, has been a patient at the Wes San Convalescent Home since ast week Tuesday. H. E. Rachut went to Lake ark Friday to bring home his •laughter Mary Jean, who h;is jccn teaching'there. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Munson Sr., Norfolk, Nob., spent the weekend at the home of Mr. Munson's sister Mrs. R. J. Nealy. J. P. Trunkhill took dried up overnight, and even the rheumatic pains in his knee disappeared. At present ha is an altogether different man, feeling fine in every way. SYS-TONE contains 12 Gre.U 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 to Emil Mason City Whittemore Boys In A Fistic Show W.hilteinore. James Christensen one of our local boys, and Joe Butler, son of Mr. 'and Mrs. James Butler, attended the Elk club boxing show in Fort Dodge 'Monday, May 13. Edward Kennedy, 195, Fort Dodge was Ohrislensen's op- 'ponent. He was no match for Jim us he floored Kennedy twice in the first round, in the three round bout. Butler who was defeated by Irwin Fair, Fort Dodge, in a close decision, scoring two knockdowns in the first round 'and keeping Failon (lie run .in the second round although the decision went to Fair. Store. E \\ Your lace curtains will be restored to spark- lins original beauty In .our special curtain cleaning department- each curtain washed and stretched to orijri- al size. Call us now- Algona Laundry and Dry Cleaning Phone 267 We Call for and deliver (East Across the Street from Court House) Thursday, where he entered the hospital for a check-up. In honor of Lois Lichter's fifth birthday a group of little friends were entertained at a party at her home Friday afternoon. The Bill Giddings and Gordon Giddings families visited at the Rodney Giddings home at Spirit Lake last Wednesday evening. Henry Wiese was brought home last week Monday from the Kossulh hospital, where he had been a patient about a week. Dr. and Mrs. B. K. Bahnson returned last Tuesday from Des Moines, where they had attended a state Osteopathic convention. Anna Sankey, who has been working in Fort Dodge, is spending a ten-day vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sankey. The Fidelis Sunday school class meets Wednesday afternoon, May 22, at Mrs. Edmund Larson's with Lulu Hawcott as assisting hostess. K. J. Smith and son Richard were Cedar Rapids visitors from Tuesday to Wednesday. Richard made arrangements to attend Coo college this summer. Mrs. C. C. Smith loft Saturday for Los Angeles, Calif., where she will visit at the home of her son Cass. She will also visit her son Carver at Ventura, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Moore nnd Coleen Moore, Oklahoma City, and Mr. and Mrs. Andy Phillips, Algona, were supper auests Friday cvoliing at the Robert Moore home. ., Alvina Hasse and her uncle, Julius Hcider, Emmetsburg, went to Allison Friday and brought riome Caroline Hasse, who has been teaching in the Allison school the past year. Herbert Wesike arrived home nst Tuesday after having re 1 - coived his discharge from the navy, in which he served nearly two and one-half years. He was a quartermaster second class. Mrs. L. H. Schenck, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sorenson and Mrs. Harry Putx, Algona, attended the graduating exercises at Gilmore City Thursday evening. Jimmy Hansen, nephew of Mis. Schenck and Mrs. Putz,'was one of the graduates. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Moore and Coleen Moore, Oklahoma City, Okla., came last Tuesday for a week's visit with their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore. The Paul Moores and their guests were supper guests Wednesday evening at the Leonard Schmidt home at Bode. Mrs. LueJla Sanders left Tuesday for Renwick to visit a sister, and from there accompanied her to Clear Lake, where she was to undergo an operation. Before returning home she was to go to Rockford to visit her mother a few days. :Mrs.i@lenn Jlfltzel assisted at the Wes San Convalescent home during Mrs. Sanders' absence. SCHUMACHERS OF WHFFIMOREWED 25 YEARS, SUNDAY WMttcmore: Mr. and Mr,s. Peter Schumacher celebrated their 25th anniversary last week Sunday. Mr. one! Mrs. Schumacher wore married at Clarion, 25 years ago, shortly a'fter .Mr. Sehilmacher returned to .(he Slates after World Wmr I. They came to Whiltemore about 15 years ago. Mr. Schumacher first started in the , DX service station which he now owns and a nice modern home which he bought some five years ago. There were 50 guests present at this happy event. Mr. and Mrs. Schumacher are the parents of two sons, Joseph o has served in ilhls war received his honorable discharge, and Edward who could not be present as he is in the navy and at present is in Schumacher, Oalif. Dinner ivus served at noon and ithe dining room was .beautifully decorated. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schumacher, Pine Bluff, Ark.; Mr. and .Mrs. Edward Thul.-Mrs. Mary Thyl and family, Mr. and Mrs. S. Parks and daughter, Clarion; JVIr. and Mrs. John Gray and son, Spencer; Mr. ;in:l Mrs. Harry Mishak, '. Alta Vifita: and Mrs. Helen Thul, '.Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Sehumoaher received a phone call from, ( . their son Edward congratulating 'them. They also received many beautiful gifts. tekerclse held finite Academ tlte large hfllLityJB eitpacity. Mr; HSftMte* iwafe # fofffi* er pastro here* In-St.r PauTs Luth* ewin church.iflhd lof the'tSfrs-t live years or ,mof6 m has been addressing the ttoMifiencement exercises for the public school. Graduation Party— Mr. and ^ti's^HeYnvan Volgt had as guests-, at -their J Kotti^' Wedn6s« Rev. Discher Speaks— The Rev. W. H. Discher, Clarinda, drew one of the largest crowds Wednesday night that ever attended a commencement ing was spent shingling exorcises. in<.!hdmH? of their ;, soh Raymond," Mr. fend Mrs. WilUart Meyer,. Rfev. Y a'hd'M>rs.. fiaul-Weifii hold arid soh' Davfd. <arVd daughter Jeanie, Mr, and Mrs,' Lorens Haneen, Mr, ari;d Mrs.. Arthur Kelden- with, Mir, atttUMrs. George, (Mfeyfcr, Fred MoWerther end- son Donald, Luella Frisby, and Mr,, and Mrs, Milton Espe, of here, Rosella and Evelyn Voigt,.-Algowa. Lutheran-Aid''Hosts— St. 'Paul's: Lutheran. Ladies 'Aid entertained the members. Of.JLottS Creek, Algona .and LuVerne, Thursday afternoon. : Prizes were awarded to -Mrs.-. Fred; Hints, Lu- Vcirne, for being, the -oldest '.member present, Mrs. Fred Lentz, Liu Verne, door prize, .-Mrs, .August Bellinger, having -a toii&hday ,<tho HUvihe e'losest.day to' Thursiday, Mrs. Werner Slruecker her daughter, .also of Ajgon'n, bedng , the youngest member present, and Mirs.' Herbert Pobnatz, LottS. Creek, won a prize for becoming a member of the aid at Letts' Creek this moii'fh. Thursday,. tMay.'23, F.entbn, West Bend <and:'F ; airVille .will be guests of the ladies aid here. August Dietnick, Mankato, :spent last week visiting With relatives hern and at Rodman. Whitlemore lost .to Fenton by a score rf'lB-6. in the border, league game Sunday. Mav 19 Estherville will cross ; -bals .wdth ithe boys on thn local (diamond. The Heyi and.M<rs..W. H. Discher and sonsXfoorm'an .and , Paul, Clarinda, Ipw<a,.-were. guests at.the home of' Rev.' and Mrs. A. H. Rehder at.,Fairville, .Wednesday and Thursday. Ross Vaux and son Allen and Ellsworth Heidenwith, West Bend were Thursday callers a.t 4he -Arthur Heidemvith home. The even- FARM APPLIANCE REPAIRING WIRING OF ALL KINDS EL ECTRICAL ^CONTRACTING PHOn E ,'2d-2fi^W6!ST'- : STATE" ? !ST: A LAST CHANCE! far Quality i Lastihatch is June 12th unless orders are placed at once. AVAILABLE May 22—500 White Rocks May 25— 150 White Rocks May 29—250 White Rocks May 29—600 Leghorns June 1—1100 Leghorns June 5 — 1600 Leghorns June 8— 1200 Leghorns June 12— Sold Out Nealy Hatchery Burt, Iowa Phone 58 or 77 For Men, Women Boys and Girls Minnesota Valley Canning Company is now ticcepting applications for work in its canning factories. Attractive Job Opportunities. Approximate Period of Operation June 15 to October L Help JSsed & Starving World. Increased Wages* Homsimrg ^amU Eating Accomodations. ^ '• • v '. ^V- * •- • ' • ,' Register of U. S. Employment Office on May 24 fwm 1 P.M. to 5 P.M. or at the Factor Emlomen Valley Canning Ce. T^S^ -,*...'. > Blue Earth, Minnesota IH& Health Checkup iibtts Creek: ftev, A, Otto ae^ companied Hefmati JDreyer of Femon to Ib\Va City Sunday, afternoon, May 12, for a checkup, returning Monday, A shower was held at the •school basemen ^Thursday even* ing, for Mrs, Clarence Zurtiacli. , ' ' A number of our Ladle's; Aid members were guests Thursday afternoon of the Whittemore Lutheran .Aid. ..Mrs. ArthuV Zumach entertained the following girls Thursday evening, in honor of her daughter 'AWene's birthday. Betty Qengler, Darleno Lusmann, Ruth FuerstBnau, Marvel Schmidt, Joan Meyer, Beverly Potratz. ,i,Th6fe attending the com- .mehcement exercises at Whittemore .'Wednesday evening were the ,t2arl Zumachs, Herb Potrat" es, V N. i Gengersr Otto Ruhnkes, Wtn. iLeiningers, MelVin Zu- machj.-Mrs, E..-H, Luedtke, Mrs. Anna .Rtittag, Alvina Manning. TO.'/JBUY OR : SELL: You'll 'go a .long way before you can better the reader coverage of Algona Upper Des Moines want ads! 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You Can Still Buy A Farm At Prices That Can . Paid From The Earnings Of The Farm. ' X. ^ The'following chart make? a comparison /With prices thai followed the last WORLD WAR witli Present prices: V ,!> The Following Farms Are Offered 80 A.—Humboldt county, no buildings, highly productive, $175. 160 A, — Crib only, Palo AHb ,c«imty. $135. 80 A.-^-Near Algona. no ings, $7000. :160 A.^l^yel, Webster soil, no buildings, 4046 crop to purchas- ••^^ .er, $195* . ( 280 A,—Good buildings, product ' ' tive, 1948 crop to purchaser, $9000 will handle.
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