The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 25, 1946 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 25, 1946
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PAGE FOURi Dfift M0IN12S, AtGONA MEN! More Skilled Masons Are Needed Soon— Masonry is a Profitable, Well-Paying Trade Here's Your Chance to Learn Masonry at No Cost to You! ASgona's Masonry School Sponsored by Iowa Retail Lumbermen's Association and Structural Clay Products Institute. Begins Tuesday, July 2 ENROLL NOW Apply at Any Algona Lumber Yard ... the Course is FREE LUVERNE IAN WEDS TEACHER AT SKH1XCP CEREMONY, JUNE 16 Lu Verne: Miss Stephanie fowling, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Robert Collins of Sioux City, became the. bride of Erhafdt' Meyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Meyer of LuVerne on Sunday evening, June 10, at 8 o'clock in St. Paul's Episcopal church in Sioux City. The bride's father Rev. Cowling performed the candlelight ceremony before a large group of relatives and friends. The bride, who was given in marriage by hqr 'brother Marvin, was lovely in a. white bridal gown with a trail and a fingertip veil 'held in place"by a beaded tiara, She carried a white prayer book with white roses, sweet peas and colored streamers falling from it. Miss Stephanie Ann Cowling of Sioux City was the junior matron of honor and wore a pink floor-length gown and carried a bouquet of spring flowers. Miss Edythe Cowling, sister of the bride, was the bridesmaid and she wore a blue floor-length dress and carried a buoquet of spring flowers. Miss Edythea Cowling, sister of the bride, was the bridesmaid and she wore a blue floor-length dress and carried a bouquet of spring flowers. Connie Cowling and Linda Smith, nieces of the bride, were flower girls. William Krause of Plover was the 'best man, Preceding the ceremony of Barbara Mayer and Nadine Wittenberg sang two vocal sools. After the ceremony a reception for 85 guests was held in the church parlors, after • which the bridal couple'left on a short we;l- ding trip. They will make their home in Humboldt, where Mr. Meyer is employed with the R. E. A. The new Mrs. Meyer was music instructor in the Lu Verne high school for the past severnl years. "Thanks" From Holland The Presbyterian Women's Association have packed and sent six 11-lb. packages to Holland in the past few weeks. Five of them were used clothing and one was new articles consisting of yard goods, buttons, needles, thread, shoe laces, safety pins, darning cotton, and many other articles which wore given by the members of the societv. Mrs. Henry Kubly and Mrs. Eli Bagcr we're on the committee for packing the boxes. Those who donated coals put their names in the pockets and the following letter was received by Lois Schipull, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schipull, and was read at the meeting of the society last week. M>ax Meyer loft by ambulance Saturday morning, where he will receive a medical examination. Jerry Schichll of Estherville is visiting at the home of his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ramus. A copy of the Revised Standard of the New Testament was received recently by F. G. Hagist, a gift from his granddaughter Barbara Hagist of River Forest, 111. Navy Boy Prontotect— \ Cletus P. Strett, so nof Mr. and Mrs, George Streit, has been advanced In rating to fireman first class and transferred to, the USS L S. T. 713 out of San Francisco. No. fli'i, tio. 02*, No. (127, Np. «2S, Jfcl. K!) No (Bft, No. Ml. NO. <m, Ni>. (iSf, No fill, No. (KB, Xo. m, No. KIT ftttd ninlntennricfl ftfnvpllns tifojecta No, I, No. 2, No, a, No, I, No. B, No, 3 GARMANS LEAVE CANADIAN TRIP Wesley: Mr. and Mrs. August Garman, his sister, Mrs. Agnes Eischeid and Darrell of Algona and their brother Richard Garman of St. Benedcit left Tuesday morning on a trip to Frontier, Sask., Canada, to visit their brother Will Garman and family. They stopped at Sykeston, N. D., to visit a sister-in-law, Mrs Rose Garman. They expect to be gone several weeks. Move io Kanawha Mr. and Mrs. Glaus De Boer moved from their farm northeast of Wesley to a home they purchased in Kanawha. Their son "Pee Wee" will operate the farm. Ouling ai Lake Members of the Prairie Pals 4-H club and their leader Mrs August Studer, enjoyed an out 'ing at Clear Lake from Friday noon till Sunday evening. J. B. Meuhe and his dauehtei Ruth, who is employed at Alber' Lea, Minn., left the fore part o last week for a visit with rela tives in southern Iowa and in Vlissouri. Visitincf John Lickteigs ,Mr. and Mrs. George Buettner arrived here last week for a visit at her parental John Lickteig home. Georpe was lately discharged as a lieutenant from the army at Baltimore. They visited his folks at Kewanee, 111., before coming to Wesley. Mrs. Buettnpr, the former Anastasia Lickteig, will spend several mon'hs here but her husband will work for the U. S. Rubber Co. in New Jersey. Tlic Algona Masonry School will be held every Tuesday, beginning July 2 ... and it will be conducted by an expert from the Structural Clay Producsts Institute. If you are a man or a young man, or vet . . . who is interested in picking up a trade that is profitable, and interesting, you are invited to sign up for the course. All you have to spend is your time. There is a definite shortage of skilled brick-layers. The built- up building potential is going to require more skilled brick-layers. Why not cash in on this situation? In this course, you will learn use and care of masonry tools . . . how to use masonry building materials . . . blue print . . . trade terms . . . and reading . . . estimating you'll get regular shop training. You'll get all this FREE—even your text-books will be furnished. ... if you're out to better yourself... to mfke more money . . • SIGN UP FOB THE MASONRY COURSE NOW Project group held their regular neetin-s at the home of Mrs. Hernan Studer Tuesday of last week. The lesson was on sew- ng. Attend Aunt's Funeral Henry Haverly, James Haver- lv and their sister Mrs. Alf Studer attended the funeral of their aunt Mrs. Lydia Igou at Mason City Wednesday morning. The deceased, who was 87 years old, was a sister of Mrs. Agatha Haverly, who died here Feb. 16. Attend Garner C. D. pf A. Mrs. Alfred Erdman, Mrs. J. M. Kunz, Susie Pfiffner, Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer, Mr. and Mrs. Tom McMahon and Mr. and Mrs. Will Loebig attended a C. D. of A. re- .ception of new members and banquet at Garner Sunday, June 16. Bernice Johnson spent Thursday in Mason City. Cletus Dorr of Bancroft visited his aunt Mrs. Irene Studer Wednesday. Mi -:. L. L. Prefer and three child'-on visited relatives in Traer sc' days hut woo^ Mr. and Mrs. Ed Loobig visited relatives in Lisbon, Minn., Wednesday and Thursday of last week. Mrs. Bertha Richtsmeier of Iowa Falls spent last week here with her sister Emma Studer and other relatives. Jimmy, young son of Doctor and Mrs. H. H. Rancy, spent last week at his paternal grandparents' home in Algona. Mary Jane Studer and Joyce Hildman spent several days last week in Mason City with the lal- ter's sister Lois Hildman. The C. D. of A.'s held then regular meeting Wednesday evening. After the business meeting there were games. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Studer. Virginia, Marvin and Emma Studei visited at, the Ed Studer home at Excelsior several days last week Emma Studer and Kathcrino Williams were servers at the ret; ular meeting of the Catholic Missionary Society Wednesday afternoon of last week. Mrs. Helen Johnson and family and Dorothy Goet/. visited here from Milwaukee and were Thursday evening dinner guests at the Joe Goetz home. Lt. Robert Studer of the A. T. C. arrived here for n week's visit with his mother Mrs. Viola Studer, cnroute to Wcstovor, Mass. He had been at an airfield at Stockton, Calif. Donald Olson, Leon Studer, Eugene Hanig, Leroy SeikT and Burrell Lease began working at the Swift Produce Co. in Algona last week. Jane Hauptman is bookkeeper at the plant. BOARD PROCEEDINGS Ati'IUor's Ol'licu, AlrtllM I. 'toWlli API II I, Villl !>;OI) fi'florlt A. M. M'lif Uiuiril "f StipPWlsoca 01 Kns- xiitli «'ininty, lown, nii'i In rpKilliir session pnrxiuint In iul).)iii-iiinfnt with (ho following mnnili'-m pritpiit: Suprl-VlSOVH .1 H KlIIM'l, W K MC- Jinniilil. \V. A. Wlmiin. •!• '!''• Q'"!"' rnid M. I-. ,Iiilni«"iii Mullein miiili' M Hchrnin nn<1 see-, uiiiH'il l>y h'rnsor that ii non-resldpnt iidllw In' KI \ul on the lollowlns* ininioil pi-rsoHSi C'hiiMi'M Poyt'io nml fnnilly uml 'I-oiilo Itimlson and family Ayes: All. Nitysi': Nmic. Mollon niiiiln liy .liilinpon mill flt'O- (imlcil I'.v Qiilnn thnt Ilio Ponnl of fttipiTVlNors mipruvo tlio potltion fll- i>d hy .less O'lvpcfc nml rinrenoo A. rinth fin 1 ri'i'iili'M "" Lalornl No. '!"' of liriiliniKO l>lslflcl iNo. (fifi and ,tliat C* (' HcluiHarli, a i-niTipPli'iit ciiKl- in'i'f. 1»> Mini Is hpi'oliy ap'polntPcl Kn- xlncor In cxaiiilnp and inaltp survey and r.-poi'l on the i-imilltliin of s«'i(1 till 1 lateral No. !."> of IJ'riiliiiiSo District 'No .1(iii ami pn-sm-t lil« findings Iheri'iif tci tin- Hoard of Hnpervlsors n( Hie earliest pnssilile date. Ayps: Ml. Nays: None. 10:dO 6'clorU A. M. ThlH lipliiK HIP day and time fixed heretofore by tho Moilrtl nf Supervisors for hearing on extalilldlnnent nf Seeundary Koad liistrlets. Mnlion made hy Qninn and seconded hy Sehram that the. 'Hoard of Supervisors. aihipt iHffniJutloii eslalilisli- IIIK the following Meeondary Road liistriets: No. .".(U. No. 1-7, No. -Illfl, No iii!'. No. ^7, No. il7:r-A, No. MS. No. .•!!!).. Nn. «IS. No. GIT, No. r>'X. No. lIL'l, 'Nn. IW!, No. Bi4,-No. (ii.'i, No. CJli, No (i"7 No. HJN No. <"-">. No. li:io, No. i;:!i, Nn. ii:«. No. i««. 'No. reu. Xo. «n, No. (Hi! and No. (»!7. i'-.\yCH: All. Nays: None - : Million made hy Frase.r and seconded hy .Inlmson that the Hoard of Si:-iieryisiirs re|eet tho entahlMimont of Seeundary Road District No. fi-2 as per .objection filed by tlio original iietitloners of said (listrict. Ayes: All. Nays: None .Motion made by (Jninn and scc- iniilod by l-'rnsoi- Hint the -Hh day of April, liilii, at. ^:()n o'clooU >\'. M. l» hereby fixed as time for receiving bids for Bravollnir the following See- liniiil Hislrlels: Nos. !19I, i. i-sii.», *>u.«,, *•»>•, M ".-. -•< ^- —*.' No. 7, N'o. S, No. fl. No, 1ft, No. .11, No. 12. .No. .13 nnd /No. 14. chnlrmnn W. K. MeDonntd dlrpct; ttl HIP county Auditor to open mm rpnd nil bids. fW'bmJlted. Bldi wprp submitted Itv Pnut Con 1 - •.tntpllon Oomfinny, Kort Dodge, Town, F. n. Rveuls, tosthervlltf, town, John SphilrfinchPr, Tr,vit1Rloti, 1own, Vnhiten* HrlnK Hlo-"., Wnlln* Cpnler, Towrf, and Ttnftley Construo- lion '•Compnny, -it?en'y, town. AfU-r due nnd onrpful cotiBldet-nllon of nil hlrts •nihtfiltlPd the Bourn found Hint Iho nnftlpy ConBtructloli Co., of PP'IT.V, lown, subfnlltetl In* low hid i Motion mmlp by Qnlnn nml spo- omlpil by Johnson, thnt-nil • hlds hr nnd nrp hpreby 1-p.lected. Ayes: All: Nays: None, Mdtlon iTiade hy Schrnm nnrt «?c- nndpil hv IK'inW thnt nfllmtrnmcnt l,n tnUPii until »<W o'clock n. m. API H 2"i ,1*11*1. Aypa: Ail Nny*s ' W. K Chnlrinnn Bonrd of Supervisors. ATTKST: I,, .). I.MMRnFATjIy, C'ounly Andltof. .'fio anrpnjl *.'...1~ ftJfes'»Air f jtmfi28; *.*u^, Mil.-iry I-JT, -mil. •is. HIT, i-js. ica. i;::o. «::i. <;::.>. «:. II:M, IKH, (tiii, ::I7 nnd also maintenance Krnvelintf iirnji'cts. Ayes: All. Aays: None Mntlini niiiih' by Johnson nnd RPP- iinded by l-'rnnpr thiil the Hoard iif Supervisors approve tin- report of c. i'. St'liiirhirh. IM-ainnnc KnciniMT. ri- rtlnir fiiviiriibly that , i-ppnlrs nn- ni'ci's.snry un 'hntcrnl Xo ^t» til' Alnln No. :! of DrnliiiiKc UlKtrlct No. !!. now kiiiiwii as UriilntiKu District No. ]liii. Ays: All Xays: Nniu 1 . On motion ndloui-nnu'ht wns tnkPii inilil 1:00 n'i;li>fk II 1 . M., April -4, l!M'i. AV. K. McDOXAI-D, 'I'lHiirniiiii lionril nf SnpprvlHoi-s. ATTEST: L. .1. I 'unnly Auditor's Offlpp, AlEonti, town. May 1ft, 10l(i. 'l-flO OVlock A. M. Thp Tloniil ill*- Supervisors of Ivos- sntli ' COHnly. Inwn. nipt In rpRulnr spsslon pni-siinnt to ndjournnient with HIP following nipmbers prp«nnt: Piipprvlapra J. II. Frnscr.- W. K. Me- PonnUl. W. A. Schi-nm, J. • F. Qiilnn, nnd M. r/. Johneiin. Motion iiindp by Johnson nnd s?p- ondPil by Srhnvm Hint thp llnwkeyc Cnsnn'lty' Compnny of Ucs "Mqlnes. Town, bP -nwnrdeil Ihe \Vorltmpn s c'omppnOTtlon nnd Wmployprs Mnbll- Hy insnfnnco Policy for thp ycnr Ili'lrt.'s: All. NftyB!'. None: Million 'mndp by Qulnn nml s>crf>nd- Pd by-Frnser thai petition, circulated nnil'-HlBMMl -hy Upubpn Olson Pt-nl. for Hslnhllshmt-nt of Spcomlary uonn Dlslrlct >io.- «!fl for the purpose of siirraPliiB with KrnviM be plnopd .on filnV Ayes: All. Nnys: None. Motion by Johnson nnd fwondpil by ijiilnn i that tin' Hoard of Supervisors npprovB th^ anniinl rpport of Chii!«. n. Lewis, .Instlee of the PenPe witlilu nrtil for l.edynrd Townslilp. Aves: All. 'Xnys: Xone. Motion innde by Schram nnd aoc- ondi'il by Krnser (hat a nifund ho made to Oeo. I'. Moyil In thp timount df $S.:;i! on nceount that he paid f-ulrt svini for Old AK'e Assistance tax In Kossuth County, Iowa, fo> the yearn 1!W and 10"(i, and IIP nso paid snlil lux for the sam» years In U'lnne- hiiuo. County, Iowa, wlu're he haH i-is residence. Ayes: All. Xny.s: Xone. .Motion mnde by FrnsPr. nnd seconded by Qnlnn that, the Hoard of Supervisiirs of Kossuth 'County, lown. adopt a. resolution ronflrmlnir the Xr/r assessment levied nunlnst Trl-Julnt Dralnnge District Xo. 61-1- HT> of Hancock County. Wrlffht County and Kos.suth. County na nct- ed on by tho' Joint iBonrds of snlil Counties'Mny -, ID Mi, and thnt on Id . i <l by IAW. AV«f! All. Nn (See Record fot! RfgoUlllon) 'Motion ittftdb bv (Ffnger nrctt by Qulnft tlt«t thd h "£ efUftirsHftphs y o#<i trfct N6.' tt1, \ilfttWd by Lffiyd A. Vf- rtoml et nl, the Innd owners In the rtVrtct, He plaped on (lie, and thnt. deo. N. 'Chow*, a cofnflet(iht civil dccr, hft'nhil tie Is he.rel» v Att" ted.ienglnfsef to e*n,tij|n^,and j«ifr \'ey the iniitfs df^Cflheil fn the fi«l; (loft unfl nny o'trt-r liijKls wmon woWd be hpHPfttled bv s-lld ItrtliKoVfi. ment, nnd to Inkp.iWth fililliPf ijc- tjo i nnd make sueh report of hH do I Us iherdn to the lliv.ifd, of vlBorJjL ns ftrtWdPd (fit «p W Code of town. AJ'PI: All. None. Motion by Johnson nnd (teconded by Krnfpr that the domppnaatlpn of Oeo. B. Thorne enSlneet' on UrAltt; nsp Dlstflpt No. 1S1 HP flied, nt »1» lirti dny, And, th'ni the cftmp.enBnllcin of hit rodmeii Tie fltefl At to.GO pet' ilny. '.Ayp.s,' .' All. Nft'ys: 'None. Motion mnrte bv Schrnm nnd seconded by Johnson thflt (fie winrd of Sunervlsors n.PP>'Qvc the rer|0tt of ^hl^ J. fCohlhnni, engineer, redftni- mendlnfr the establishment of drnln- af?e District NO. 1OT nftd that Ailsrust 1, '1918, at 2:06 o'clock P,' M, be fikcd us the tjnte,, nnd tlmfi for the, hefirlflB n pon the n'etltlpn. Ayes: All. Nays: None, '" ' „„ „, dotnnnnv qt Dps. 'Wfolnf«• opffi, Tor tho npnnt num of; 'je^'JjJ.Br n connection Wttli. the Brnvellns dontrnc't ot Mntldlln ConiWiotlph Cofti|i«nv of WPhtlei 1 'Pltv, towh, he ipproved (inrt plncPil oh fllo<- VII. N'nys: None On motion ndjpur'ntliPnt W^f* tflkpn On motion two o'clock P. adjourned to . Two o'clqcH P. M. Board of f?uper.- •Isnrs of Koa'siith ''County", lown, rnet pilrslinnt to niJJoufJiment With ull rienjliers present. . • This helnp. the dny and time fixed leretb'fore by tbp JJonrd; of, SiineH:l«- ors for receiving oldst for BMiVeirhSf Secon'dnry' ' ftoa'd •• Olslrlcts No; ', .!K|1, No. 127 'Nq.' 400,' Ntj; 62B. No. SKI, No. 573, No. n7.i;A; No.' ,6m,- NO. ' -.6M, No. (Mo, No. W7, No. «t'0. No. 1121, «t>.' (63 v " o (a':N6 Xo S25,' N6. • 62>V No' 1 B2(i c No. C27," 02S ; Xo.-tiSli, Xp.:KM, Xo.. (oil-Sf.o..,,.,., .N<b. KB. >!b. ISM,' NO. (KB, No ; .' «(((„ Ke> rat' iiml tinnlntenn-nc'e; fcrav.ellntf; r!fp - JeotM NO. •] No.'I', N& JV Xi?;. 4,VjNp u, .No. 0, .Kp. t,'-No. S, 'No. 0,..;N.O. Ifl, Xo.-11, NoV'li!, No. I'ff.'ljnU' No. ,H'.' •Chnlrmnh-. \V K, Mcponnld 'rtlrectdi the icotmty Audltqr lo open nnd,reai nil bids submitted." . ' •'"•' ' (Bids -were subniltled, hy Lovpnll nnd Scott ' iFnlrhibnt, Minn., Jf.', ft. 'Byp'nlH. 'Kfthery-lllp, low'n, '.VnnUeh llrlnk nros'., -i>ollrt» Center, lq\ya, iMaluHln 'Constrtictlon • Co., Webster City, lowii. John • Hicljiitnuchcr', Irv- liiKton, (own, Place .Bros., Sprnntqn, lown. mill'.'• Batfley -Conwlrnctlbn Co., Perri-',' Io\*n. : '-. • .-. ' ' After due and cureful consideration of all blds.'silbrnltlPd the bqi;ml,'.f(iuml thnt thV iBnifle.v dorintruction C'o., of rorry. lown, .subipltted, thf low .hill. .Motion made by Qiiln'n and «pcoml- e'd by Johnson Hint thn bid of -BiiKr- ey Construction •compniiy, /Perry, 'lown,' be rejected Vii>p|Vui>n • -of past performnnce of :n , like- nndT slmllnr oontJ-nct .thnt .KoMsuth Colint>- . hnd with sHld eontrnc'lor In the ycnr .1 !>!.">. l r POii roll call the voto thereon re- ynltJ-'Oi n?* follows: Ayes—Supervisors W. 13. MpPpnO-ld, J, -.H. Fra»er, \V. A. Sciiram, J, '•$. .Qujiifi, nnd.'.'M. t-. Joluison. ' .*. : ' - Tfione''voting- nny were: None. • AVhV;reupon ^he Chjvli-hinn declni-fd Group Has Sewing Lesson The Prairie Neighbors Home Auditor's Offlcp, AlKonn, Iowa. AprK 24. IMB.' 1 ' 1:00 OVlock P. M. UJ .,/me. Jfoiu-d .of, ^uj«-i;y/spiw.flf K,pfr Midi 'Cuilnly. lown. .nu't In rpsnlnr si-sslun piirsunnt to ndjournment with HIP following mpmlmrs present: Sn- IH-rvlHors .7. II. l-'i-nser, \V. I-:. MC- lionnld, \\'. A. Si-brnni, J. F. Qulnn, inid M. i^. Jtdinson. J:i»i n-cliirk I'. If. This ]>c.iux llu^ date and time brrP- tofon- fixed by tho-Hunr:! "!'• aiippi 1 - vltuirs nf Kossuth County, Iowa, for i-eceivins bids for sravellnK ary lload Dlntrlets: No. 'Ml, No. -127, No. -inn. No. Ml, No :Vi7, No. ."iT;!, No. ,7f,-A. No. .liis. Xo 8(19, -No.' iil'i. No 117. No i;i!fl, iNo. irjl, No. lii 1 :!. No. ffi!-t Many Fentonites At Soap Box Derby Fenton: Several people from Fenton attended the Soap Box Derby in Algona Thursday Among those in attendance were the Seott DeSarts, Everett Dreyers, Mrs. Paul Eieler and chil dren, the Milton Weisbrods, Eu gene Schmidt, Kenneth House holder, the Kenneth Bollinger family, Harold and Marvin Her kelan'd, Marian Gade, and Roge: Kipfer. It's Your Home Town and there's pride in knowing you belong by having 9 home o| your own right here in Algona. You'll find even inore satisfaction by having that home financed by a hometown institution. The Algona Federal Savings & Loan is here to se|ve you HQW «ndi always—with a friendly interest in your problems. Aljpna Federal Savings & Loan 5,5 C. B. LaBarre, Sec'y. I have bought a ne>y cement mi^er to do concrete work of all kinds. Eugene (Bud) PHONE 928-J "But here's a 194ft got an Ofl-PlATED CONOCO MQT.ORQJl OIL-PLATES YOUR ENGINE Please ace abpve..,. paint to price; buyer got; himself » T> OIL-PLATED engine. " the engines very OIL-PLATINO. TJhis wear fights carbon aod An4 the way fof^Qu t<? ftdopt tUM typ» of protection is to fal a flJJ, 9f. ^OlWWft W^ motor oil—patented, ' ••••You'll get Conogo : N'* oil'i 9&!$$& $&?' PLATING ingredient, acting magOfit4U|fl| ' make inner svwfacf^ attract and hold PLATING. It seems part of the metal-rUtt off lots of the rub4fth,warts its blf llwjiel wear. It's 79£'ceft^ltKttk.i>.W^m. ,, , Or i^ your? is f veteran, thers'i Jott fif new hope for fy in gh^nging tp CQROPQ $*** tey«*at Vquf MUesge Merchant's «Mi09n. M'niclion Co., rtf, >vm»ter uity, M1hmUt«d th^ tieftt 1fl**M <)}!«' _' . _...,...»ii.}A L pd' hy ^ojjvjif' Sravellht? nil necondSry fon^/llrtnct* .nml all ttmlnle JeHls JHeclfleA fi 'mHe^'nTVltoL, '\\i A.'fei5,hfAm, .t, Vt Qu(hh' 1 ftn<V Mf T* JoJ\h*o'n. I'ljp^p vol|nf? nny tocre: Whewnfton, lh,f clwlfjn-fih t ,"£' lie rn<Hlon r'tit'r'jprf, -,' • 1nrtf> hv rtnVpr nn^fteopnil iy Scht-ftm thfit tl\ft "MAKE IT A MILLION!" EARN WHILE YOU LEARN A SKILL OR TRADE •#v ; A GOOD joa FOR you U. S CHOOSE THIS BARRY BUILDINO ALGONA, IOWA PHONE 900 ' Splendid education and training^ In more than 200 skills and \tttdt* are ottered by the new, Reg'ufdJ:.) Artny..Goat|i pay and opportunities .- lor advancement. Over three-, auariefs of a million have enllsied;, already. MAKE IT A MIUION! Gel. . all, tho, iaots at yoilr nearest U S: Army Gamp or Post, or U. S. Army Recruiting Station. HOME OWNERS! Just At Mortons full! Height—Painted ' to Put Up! So many;reasons why ihls'figrice Is ffood—Improves the.lpqks of your place, keeps.sitray dogs out, protects your lawn and-shnjliii —and If you have small. Children, you don't, have to worry about t, Se^ It now! FARMERS! Just Came In—2 Carloads Fence Posts Creasoted Yellqw Pine and White Cedar Posts QF CORNER POSTS! Knecht's Conoco Service | Phone 32 701 E. State St. Tank Several Car» of Good Coal Are Standing on Ow Track—Get YOW Wmter'f Supply Full F^N«rtoii&|»| I E (ra§| *,.. Pake . . . Bui •, *'%.. .TBBWWpPi 4 -JPSj^Kip' : r' ^v

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