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H UMOTA THEATRE 1\ Tuesday, June 23 10e & 20c Show Thrills blzing from sky, sea and jungle! Heroes soaring over America's powder-keg of two continents! "CANAL ZONE" With Chester Morris, Harriet Billiard, John Hubbard. Wednesday and Thursday June 24 and 25 Joel McCREA Veronica LAKE in "Sullivan's Travels" There's no' speed limit . . . and no brake, when Sullivan travels with Veronica Lake! He's the guy who chucks up a $5,000 a week salary to go on the sum!' Admission 10c-20c-30c All admission prices include state sales tax and federal defense tax. PERSONAL MENTION Mrs. James Osla is confined to her room with a leg Injury. Egon Kjeer spent last Sunday at the parental Thos. Kjeer home In Bradgate. Mrs. Fannie Morrison spent last Sunday -with her cousin Mrs. Geo. Davis in Llvermore. Mr. ana Mrs. George Colle spent last Thursday evening at the Will Blessle home In Renwlck. Rasmus Hansen has been confined to his. home the past week with a siege .of lumbago. MlFSPHSifflrSQ-TCramer' of Ottosen spent last Monday here with' her mother, Mrs. 0. C. Tabor. Mrs. Ernest Enockson and daughters of Ottosen, spent last Monday here at the William Cooper home. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Johnson were dinner guests last Sunday at the Donald Clark home in Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Scnultz were visitors Sunday evening at the Myrl Blomker home near Unique. lola Ann Oxborrow came last week to spend her vacation with her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Oxborrow. Mr. and Mrs. John Miller were dinner guests last Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Anton -Skew north of Rutland. t Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Adams and Mrs. John Maach were visitors last Tuesday with Mrs. Rasmus Jacobsen north of Rutland. J. F. Miller was a guest at the Township Farm Bureau meeting • held at Maple Lawn school near Ottosen Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. James Skow and daughters near Rutland were last Sunday dinner guests at the parental Ray Askland Sr., home. Mr. and Mrs. John Miller spent Sunday evening at the Will Glen home at South Maple Grove to see Mr. Miller's uncle Jake Naugle, who is ill. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bradford of Hawarden were visitors here Friday with their son Charles and family. Their granddaughter, Jacquelyn returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Uglum, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sorenson and Mrs. John Schultz were visitors last Sunday evening at the Chris Sorenson home near Bradgate. Mrs. Hannah Nelson, left Friday evening for her home at pes Plaines, III, after spending three Weeks here with her sister Mrs. Rasmus Hansen and otber relatives. Mrs. fester Thalacker and sons and her small niece who have spent {he past two weeks here with relatives An4 friends at Rutland ieft Friday morning for her home at THEHUMflQLPT INDEPENDENT,fiUMHOLOT. IOWA , Mrs. Japes Simmons in company with her daughter Mrs. Gladys pawyer of Jolly were dinner sweets recency wttb |he former's daughter, ¥.r$. Peter Osia and family north. 0| Bjjttaod. Qeraldj Lfiu/een of fe*r$ Thursday LauMen. He e*e m n §f ate . H? fts* * !», tts Walter Johnson was home over the week-end from Centerville, where he is employed. Mrs. E. L. Brayton attended the wedding of her sister Mary Readinger In Des Molnes last Monday. Jack Latng who Is employed at Red Oak spent the week-end with his family on Sixth Avenue No. Mrs. Melviu Baker and children returned Sunday after visiting with Mrs. Baker's parents in Wakefield, Neb The condition of Mrs. E. J. Rohr of Dakota City, who has been 111 j with a heart ailment is slightly i improved. j Mary Sue Katham of Fort Dodge I visited at the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Neal last week. Miss Frances Messer went to Grinnell Monday to attend an educational conference the early part of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lichty, of Austin, Minn., were week-end guests at the Dr. and Mrs. Wayne Warren home. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Brayton and family attended the Brayton family reunion at Olson Park in Fort Uouge Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Orson Cox and children of Denver, Colo., are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grinnell. John Lee Edwards, small son of Mr .and Mrs. John Edwards, is in Mercy hospital in Des Moines for surgical treatment. Jess Jacobson of Detroit, Mich., came Saturday for a visit at the home of his mother Mrs. Rasmus Jacobsen near Rutland. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Leland and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Leland left Saturday morning to spend a few days fishing in Minnesota. Mrs. Tom Adams spent the week end with her family in Humboldt. She Is employed as book-keeper for a tile plant in Lake View. Mr. and Mrs. Merton Helvick and family were Sunday evening dinner guests at the parental Albert Helvick home in Beaver Twp. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clay and family of Dakota City were Sunday afternoon visitors at the parental Fay Ferris home in Rutland Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sexe of Roswell, N. M., who are visiting here were last Thursday evening visitors at the Merton Helvick home. Patricia Ann Neal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Neal of West Bend, is recovering from a slight concussion she received in an fall recently. Mrs. Leonard Tuttle and son Tommy of Otho were Saturday afternoon visitors with her sister, Mrs. Harold Clay and family in Dakota City. R. C. Bellows has spent the last week on his annual fishing trip in Montana. He accompanied some men from out-of-town. He will be back June 23. Mrs. Chris Wilson and daughter Violet, Mrs. John Lockie and Mrs. Lou Gutz ajli. ofJPomery spent Friday af the home of':Mr. and 'Mrsr Russell Campbell. Mrs. Frank Jacobson recently returned to her home in Dakota City after a weeks visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Glen Lee and husband in Ventura. Elmer Llndhart lett Monday morning for Des Molnes where he enlisted in the army. Mrs. Lindhart and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Lane took him to Des Moines. Mrs. Ila Rohr and children Bobby and Phyllis returned to their home last week after having spent two weeks in Britt caring for her sister wbo la critically ill. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holstrom took Mr. Holstrom's brother, who had spent several days visiting at their home In Dakota City, to his home in Davenport Friday. Mrs. Jim Hill of Chicago, the former Bctte Olson, is visiting at the Carl Anderson home near Hardy. While In Humblodt Mrs. Hill worked at the R. C. Bellows residence, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Van Valk- iinburg returned Friday after spending a week with their son Roscoe and other relatives in Kansas City, Mo. Mr. Van Valkenburg is employed at Wilkinson's Furniture Stor.e i Word has been received here of the death of Sandra Sue Severe, only childr of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy severe of Illinois, formerly of Dakota City. Tbe little girl was about one year old and died after a few days illness. The body was brought to Dows, Iowa for burial. Harry HaUtrom of Dakota Ciiy left Monday for service in the navy. He expected to go to Des MoineB and from there to San Diego, Cal. Mr, Halstrom re-enteic tne. navy as a cook, Firat Class, having served in the first World War. He enlisted several months ago. Mrs. Otbo Rohr of Fort Dodge, vWted Sunday at tbe home of her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Rohr in Dakota City. She expects to go to California apon so she can live near her husband wbo is in the army and stationed at ft camp there. He is a former Dakota City boy. Among those from Humboldt attending the funeral of Mrs. John Meyer of pioneer at Gilmore City last Tuesday morning were Mrs- Dora Pollock, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mareejlus, Mr. a»d Mrs. Albert Warcellus and, gd. fox. Mrs. Polis Mr. Meyer's mother, Tbe Robert and Junior Clark spent the week-end in Clarion visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Orren Ahrends. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Edwards of Dakota City are on a two weeks vacation at Long Beach and othe points in California. They are al So visiting Mrs. Edward's parents Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Bowen former ly of Fort Dodge, but now living in Long Beach. Mr. Edwards is mechanic at the Humboldt Imple ment Co. SOCIAL CALENDAR »e» are bia half-broth- era end Mr. Fox is WB law. Hr». Tuesday, Jnne 28— L. D. R. will have a picnic in the evening at the James Skow farm The group will meet at the church at 7:45 P. M. end transportation will be provided for any one wanting a ride. . Rotary Club meets for 6:15 P. dinner in the Humboldt country club. The ladles of Rotary wil be present. R. N. A. regular meeting, Wednesday, June 21— Hook and Needle Club meets with Mrs. W. W. Warren. Lutheran Ladles Aid of Ottosen will hold their annual Ice Cream Social at the church in Oltosen In the evening. Country Club luncheon with the following committee in charge: Mrs. W. M. Coons, Mrs. Roy Snyder, Mrs. Wayne Franke Mrs. C. E. Green, Mrs. 0. H DeGroote, Mrs. Roy Worthlngton and Mrs. Merle Johnson. Rutland Woman's Society of Chris, tian Service meets at the church in Rutland for a Patriotic meet- in. Program chairman, Mrs, Keith Cran. Special lunch will be served. Special recognition will be-given to mothers of the community wbo have sons in Military Service. The Women's Improvement Club of Grove township will meet at the home of Mrs. Dorothy Williams. Thursday, June 25— I. 0. 0. F. regular meeting. Community Brotherhood of Rutland will serve an ice cream social on the Ed. Henry lawn southwest of Rutland. Baptist Womans Mission Circle meets at the Chris Fries home on Highway 169 with Mrs. Chris Fries and Mrs. Carl Fries, joint hostesses. Mrs. John Madsen will be leader. First Lutheran Ladies Aid will entertain the Danish Ladies Aid at the First Lutheran church at 2 P. M. A program is being arranged by the executive committee. Rev. George Pallesen will speak. Unity Circle will hold their regular meeting of the season. Will meet at Blcknell Park at 4:30 P. M. A family picnic will be held at 6:30. In case of rain the meeting will .be held at the • . home of Mra. Faith Weat. Women's Society- of Christian,Service meets at the Methodist church with the following serving committee in charge: Mrs. Wayne Warren, Mrs. Dick Ross, Mrs. Omar Manship, Mrs. E. L. Brayton, Mra. Will Bleber and Mrs. H.' D. Linn. For the program Joy Smith, a returned missionary from China, now of Fort Dodge, will speak. Friday, Juno 26— Beaver Community Club meets at the Club House at 8:30 P. M. Program committee: Mr. and Mrs. Emll Deppe, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lehman. Refreshment committee: Mr, and Mrs. Albert Lehman, Mr. and Mrs. Jamea Kunert, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Anton Stoebe. Monday, June 20— Monday Club moots at the home of Mrs. Albert More-house with Mrs. Russell in charge. American Legion Auxiliary meets in the Legion club rooms. Country Club pot luck supper. latt Aim-list Carlsons Honored on Anniversary— About sixty-five relatives and friends gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. August Carlson Sunday to honor them on their silver wedding anniversary, A program was enjoyed and Hev. L. E. Qatcb talked. Refreshments were served at the close of tbe afternoon. A chest ot silver and a purse of money were presented to tbe honored couple. Shower Honored Murcella ienuou— Marcella Lennon, whose marriage to Albroock McCarty of Houston, Tex., will take place soon was guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower Friday evening at the Clarence Stewart home given by Mra. Stewart, Mrs. Joe Ennis, and Anna Marie DeSmidt. Bridge was played at three tables with prises going to Mrs. Glen Kubis and Mrs. Ron Hansen. At tbe close of tbe evening Miss Lennon opened her gifts and a lunch was served- V, L, - and Mrs. f . L. Q»rbeU were entertained at » farewell dinner given by their Bridge Club at (be W. B. Crissey bosw Friday eveijiog E. L, Qarbett who left ter E»u {JJaJre, W1»., where he ba« work te.'. the office ol Pax, »gd WMj* Conm-wtion Co. Tiw group With a gilt. Mf*. {J^rbett and, f o to Bajj <?J»Jre i *4* Y» P* ¥. f, it CttV ,,+, ELIZABETH THEBIAY AND B, MOKLEBUSf MARRIED JUNE 14 Eagle Gfove Eagle: Miss Eliza beth Thebiay, daughter of Mr. att Mrs. J. D. Thebiay of Eagle Grove was united in marriage to Bern hard. Moklebust, son of Mr. an Mrs. ,Hans Moklebust of Thor, a four o'clock Sunday afternoon a the home of the bride's parents. Miss Constance Moklebust gav a piano prelude as the guests as sdmbled. The Rev. L. M. Wilktn son performed the nuptials at candlelight service, using the dou hie ring ceremony. The improvtsei altar was decorated with tall ivory candles In candelabra at each sld' and pink roses forming a lovel; background. The hbme was pro fusely decorated with roses, carna tlons, delphinium and petunias Miss Inez Moklebust sang "Be cause" preceding the service am after the VOWR were, pledged, sang "Crown With Thy Benediction." The bride, who entered the llv ing room on the arm of her father wore a floor length gown of whtti marquisette, with long full sleeVei and a sweetheart neckline. Her fin gertip veil was of white tulle hek in place with a halo of orange bios soms. She wore a string of pearls a gift from the bridegroom am carried a handkerchief of linen an< lace, carried by several aunts and cousins at their marriages. He shower bouquet was of ping and white roses. Miss Viola Rhule of Des Moines was the bridesmaid. She wore o gown of ping chiffon with ping lace accenting the neckline and lace In serts in the skirt. Her shoulder length veil was of pink tulle. Sh carried an arm bouquet of pink roses and white carnations. Mr. John Moklebus of Thor serv ed his brother as best man. Mrs. Thebiuy, the bride's mother wore a navy blue redlngote with a corsage of pink and white, roses Mrs. Moklebust, the bridegroom's mother, wore a black sheer dress with a corsage of pink and white roses. Following the ceremoney, a reception was given and refreshments served to forty guests. The table was beautifully decorated, a three- tiered wedding cake with miniature bride and groom forming the centerpiece. Dining room hostesses were Mrs. Justin Thebiay anc Mrs. Burdette Middleton. Miss Geneva Scharlock of DCS Moines and Mrs. Orin Emerson poured. Mrs. Moklebust Is a graduate of Eagle Grove high school and jun- college and attended American Institute of Business in Des Moines. She is employed in the Agricultural Adjustment Administration office in Des Moines. Mr. Moklebust is a graduate of .he Eagle Grove high school and !owa State college at Ames and is employed at the Ordnance Plant at Ankeuy. Out of town, guests were: Mi's. Inez Bancroft, Clarion; Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Yearian, WilliamSburgy Mrs. John Hanna, Cedar Rapids; Mrs. G. R. Anderson, Fort Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Long, Red Oak; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Roewe, ^aurens; Mrs. W. Volgt, Chicago, 111.; Viola Rhule, Geneva Schar- ock, Jane Taylor, Phyllis Armtrong, Wilma. Hardln al! of Des Molnes; Mr. and Mrs. Hans Moklc- niBt, Mr. and Mrs. John Mokle- bust, Constande Moltiebust, Inez Moklebust and Herman Mandsager, 11 of Thor. Mr. and Mrs. MoklebUBt are at ome at 1301 Locust, Des Moines. !ATTLE FEEDERS' DAY AT AMES 'RIDAY JUNE 26 Humboiat county cattle feeders wiil attend the annual Cattle F«ed- rs' "Hey" Day at Iowa State Col- ege, Ames, on Friday, June 2fi. One f the main attractions of the day will be the announcement of re- ults of the experiments done with be feeding oi yearling steers. Experiments have been made where- iy cattle have been fed on corn which has been grown in each of be last five crop years. Tbe meeting Will state at 9:30 . m., at the cattle yard on Beech Avenue at Ames. The County gent Clarence Powell mates thai hose who will have room for addi- lonal passengers or those who do wish to go but have no way of gong are asked to leave name* at he Farm Bureau office BO that ull carloads may be attained. plant is to be in Kentucky and two In Texas. All are expected to be in operation by next June 1. Eagle Grove Club Met at Thor Church Monday Evening The Eagle Grove Rotary club met at the dining room of the new Ln- therfcn church In Thor, Monday evening of last week. The Rotarians brought along their Rotary- anns, and the ladles of the Thor Church furnished the meal and the program. Those from Thor on the program were: Mrs. Ben Olson, John Mokle- bust, Everette Knulson, Bill FOBS, Gerhard Sandvig, Constance Mokle- bust, and Rev. Thorson. Boy Sees Brother in News Reel at Algona Theatre Norman Wegner, employed at a drug store In Algona, was surprised to see his brother Elead In a news reel at nn Algona theatre recently. The boys are sons of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wegner of Lti- Verne. The picture was taken In Hawaii on "Lei day", which was May 1. It showed sailors being decorated with lels, or floral wreaths. In the last letter received from Elead, he said he had received a fireman's second class rating which required special action because he hns been in the service only since last October. This was his second rating promotion in four and a half months. Three Escape Injury When Car Plunged Into Dredge Ditch Mrs. Hans Lerdal and daughter, Mrs. Nellard Lund and baby, all escaped serious Injury when their car plunged into dredge ditch recently, southwest of Henwick. They escaped from the car and were picked up on the road by a piissing car. BIN TIRE TROUULK ('(I UN HAVE Paul Ukena and Vincent Elhnan of Lakota, who left recently with a semi-trailer hound for Great Bend, Kansas to haul steel bins there, had tire trouble before reaching their destination. Jerry Ukena of Lukota drove to McPherson, Kansas, with tires for the ruck. mst mm cocpit: MATE GOLDEN Mr. and Mrs. Joseph l>ofwellef celebrated their golden wedding anniversary on Sunday June 14, 1942, ftt St. Peter and Paul's Catholic church In West Bend. The Rev. P. N. Dobbersteln being the celebrant nt High Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Dorweiler and immediate family and close relatives were honored with a reception in the pivate banquet room at the Parish Casino. Mr. and Mrs. Dorweiler were married June 16, 1892 at West Bend. CHEVROLET OAKAGE S01D Iff EAGLE GROYE The Rengstorf Bros., of Eagle Grove recently purchased the Chevrolet Garage there. They plan to combine the Chevrolet and Allls- Clialmers machinery Into one business which they will operate. CAPfURES SIX MALF.GROWN RACCOONS Chester Stoddard of LuVerne recently captured ft mother raccoon and six half-grown raccoons on the Dea Molnes fiver near his home. He Will try to raise the si* you'ttg ones. It Is said the fur of the raccoon is a yellowish-grey-hlack, and its body, when grown, Is 20 inches long, its tall ten Inches. It feeds on fruits and bird eggs, as well as other foods. Mfs. H. & kntlWbn and IWo children of dlaflofi came Sunday td spend urei wft ffith her motnef " - CAKE OI'ENS FOB BUSINESS IN LAURENS The West Side Cafe opened for susinesB Saturday In Laurens. Owner is A. N. Rossman, who came to Laurens from Spencer. NEW MANAGER OF STORE AT STOKM LAKE Harold Stephens of Esthervllle s the new manager of the Storm Lake-Henry -Field store. He was ransferred there when the store at Estherville wag closed. The ompauy has closed a half dozen tores In Iowa due to the war and Ire conditions, and those who have een with the company longest were retained as managers. ONDA WOMAN HAS SIX MOTHERS' ON LEXINGTON Mrs. Ernest spoleder of Fonda eceived word last week that all Ix of her brothers on the Ill-fated exington were safe and sound. ire. Spoleder's other brother and ither are also in the Navy. Memorial Day Mrs, Spoleder re- eived the emblem of the Emblem onor Association in recognition f the services of her father and even brothers. She received the Lght star emblem, ARTIFICIAL RUBBER CREATED IN SENATE JOMMITTEE ROOM A dispatch from Washington Bays bat to tbe expressed astonishment f tbe senate agriculture couimit- ee, which bad Just been told that be B. f. Goodrich Co., planned u)- iinately to produce 165,000 tons of ynihetic rubber annually, a com- lany executive compounded some n 10 seconds and bounced it on' tbe floor. P. Smith of Akron, Ohio, whftt he called "liquid Amerlpol latex" into a breaker, added acetic acid, squeezed tbe urplijs liquid out, and bounced Senator JJsNary (Eep., Ore.) -omnjented with a grin: "I'll be darned. That'* pretty good." Snjitb said thai ?Qc a pound would, ed a f«bjb«z>, and O j yr eB in which i| fc> saw that tea£« sent Q f the durability 0f ti*e« mj4» from natu/al NORTHWEST IOWA 0. E. Nerby, (12, Eufflc Grove rugglst and nurseryman, died iddenly ot a heart ailment Friday f last week, His body was found y the telephone where it is be- eyed that be was telephoning for aid. Itlcluiril Sclu-rc, 21, Inlngtnii, narrowly escaped death Monday afternoon when Ills car struck the Westbound Milwaukee freight Uuiii at the Sexton crossing. Scherer was not thrown from the car when it was dragged sixty feet down the track. Allen Wagner, 10, of Algonu e*. caped serious injury June 6, when the car which be was driving struck loose gravel and crashed into the cement railing on a low bridge. MUi Mary Jane Huyes of Oil* more City has gone to Long Beach, California, where she has accepted a position as a registered aurua In the Sea Side Memorial hospital. Ko)- AHltuujfu wiw elected |ire*l. dent of the Eagle drove Chamber of Commerce at their last regular meeting. cily conned of Eagle Grove .has given the contract to pave 17 blocks in Eagle Grove this summer. The work is expected to begin in August. Pvt, Leslie M, Kubly, son of Jfr, and Mrs. Jake Kubly wbo Uve east of Ooldfleld, bas been traasfered to Angel Island, California. In a recent letter be stated that be was packed up, ready and waiting for another transfer. To The Thrifty Hautwtftl i|HBI^^WwW ^^ ^f ^^P^^^W GRAN ULATED SOAP • •WWWwfwIf^ ? ff*^ H^WW w TbU MARY 'MARGARET BHINKMAN WEST GROOMED 4-H QlttL Miss Mary Margaret Brinkman of the Garfleld Go-Oetters 4-H club who represented Pocahontas county in the State Better Groomed Girl Contest at the Girl's 4-H convention at Ames last -week was named Iowa's Better Groomed Girl for 1942. Miss Brinkman won over a field of 26 contestants. UARNKR PASTOR TO BECOME ARMY CHAPLAIN The Rev. W. A. Thompson, pastor of the Garner United Presbyterian church received word last week that the government had granted a commission as first lieutenant to him and he will serve as chaplain in the United States Army. He will report for 1 active duty at Port Ben- jnmin Harrison, Indianapolis, Indiana. The Rev. and Mrs. Thompson would have begun their seventh yenr In the Garner church of July 1. Orville Hansen And Family Attend Picnic At Calahan Farm (Crowded out of Republican) SOUTH AIR LINfi—Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hansen and son and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wllcox attended I the Odd Couple Club picnic by the j east river on the Will Calahan i farm Sunday. I Mrs. Gerald Haynes, Mrs. Orville Hansen and Mrs. Jens Odgaard attended Dorcas Ladies Aid Thursday nt the Trinity Lutheran church. Mrs. Jens Odgaard attended the [Idle Wee club Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Dolly Paulson. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Helvick and and family were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Clarence Westre home near Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. Irwln Kramer of Rutland were Friday evening visitors at the Jens Odgaard home. Mr. and Mrs. Jens Odgaard were Sunday dinner guests at the Hans Schultz home in Humboldt. 8 c Mrs, M6rfiraTddi»gS and 'Mfg. Mildred, Wllcox attended a patt? for tt«. fiefelef Thafackef of Ot* tumwa TueSday afteftteon at the" RasmtlS Hafifien home ill Muni* boldt, Mrs. John Millet and Mrs. Tom chrlstensen were assistant hotesses. Mfs.'Duane Wllcox and Donald and baby and Mrs. Bailey and daughter of Rutland visited at the Mildred Wllcox home Monday. Mr^ftfld Mrs. Peter Melvlck, Clayton an.d Malcolm and Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Wluff and family attended the Farm Bureau meeting In the South Maple Gfove school Tuesday night. Mrs. Orville Hansen attended a shower for Mrs. Nathaniel Hyland Friday afternoon at the home of Peter Sorensen. Before her marriage she was Edna Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Haynes and .Tudson visited Mr, and Mrs. Keith Haynes and bayb Friday Itt Holfe. TIRE VULCANIZING 24 Hour Service Shop Located at Residence 706 N, 5th Street.. Geo. M. Engquisl TIKES ANI> WHEELS STOLEN FKOM NEW HAMPTON CAR Four wheels and tires were stolen from the Clem Hachman car eurly Sunday, June 14. The theft occured sometime after two o'clock. Mr. Hachman lives northwest of BaBsett, Iowa. WELL KNOWN WEST BEND RESIDENT PASSED AWAY Mrs. Emma Phillips, well known West Bend resident passed away at Fort Dodge Monday, June 15. Funeral services were held at the Peace Lutheran church, West Bend, Wednesday afternoon. FEEDING COST Raise your pigs economically by feeding them your home grown grains, which are the back hone of any farm feeding program. But balance these grains .with the important; proteins, vitamins and minerals in which they are deficient. Self-fed Big Gain Mineral Stock Food is an economically and richly abundant source from which your pigs can secure the supplements they need with their grains. They can do a splendid job of balancing their own rations. Big Gain Mineral Stock Food contains no corn, oats or barley and contains no filler. It has 20 carefully selected -protein and mineral-bearing ingredients with over 5 sources of important vitamins. It supplies all farm livestock from one bag. See your local dealer and ask him to explain the listed ingredients and analysis on the tag or write directly to the company- Free Samples on Jlecjuest ^ ItENWIOK PJtODUCE, IKtnwIck FAIUTEK'S KLEVATOH, Hardy GAUL COOK, Humboldt SPECIALS Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 15 lb peck fancy new White Potatoes Sic Quart jar Miracle Whip..—— .....33c Sugar, cloth bags, pound-:—— 7c Perfect Flour, per sack—'. $1.39 No. 10 Sliced Pineapple.. .89c Case of 6 ..: $5.19 9 oz. tin Del Monte Crushed Pineapple, 3 for 35cj case of 36 $4.19 Pineapple is almost out of the picture. Buy now! 2 lb. box Ki-aft's Brick or American Cheese ....' ......—. 49c (New low price for 1942) Roka Blue Cheese, cured in caves, 1 lb, Kraft's Dinner, 2 pkgs : »l5c f - Wheaties, pkg ..—...lOc Jitney Sardines.—. 5c No. 10 Blue Prunes .. 29c No. 10 Big 3 Red Raspberries.. .....98c Mason Pint Jars 49c Quart Jars .......—, 59c Bring in your Duz and Ivory coupons. Large Duz ,.. 22c Large Ivory Soap .,9c DeGroote Grocery UST C All! SELL U.S. YOUR SCRAP RUBBER NOW! Your country needs your wrap rubber 9 , • if may avert gas rationing • Have yen joined tW« drive? Every American «m, be , ,,. ,,_ __, C»UM every hoine nanome icrap rubber. Right now, wh> service. Bach wUt ftffl» the foljertf<l iCTaprHfefetf Dot drop anything cl»e you're doing mid comb every nook the gpvwnfwut «j)4 bt> paid for it a! tta fgtftfif iwj corner of your Jw»«*e and property I The days left are ' — -.•8 fcw-rfhe drive cn4* »t midnight, nc«t Tuesday, Juas 30. America need* that rubber, need* it for tbe Army, tbe Navy, the Mwiaef—an4 for tbe in4,ustrie« that are mat ing them invincible. And ako, remerabc/, u «ucce«ful scrap rwbfe$r djiys m#y avert gMSline rationing in <*e '" i Weit, Jiatisnicg will not be needed here became ton we pay an<J fh* amouat Uvfbi Sam WW M* few pic4««4 to *f WSO, Navy KM, Km the nMMiJty $i giflffJTiTf* ' poj»»bj|ff fwtwe war we- gg dig out *ycry available bit of old or vuweeded rub her. Tn* petroleum industry hag offered >tf ttomawia o: '(* ttatipM a§ receiving deppji. When you take you- ^mblaertoyoju/SUndsrdQiiPealer.wtowyQtber ce ftftjMB, the Oibfew wiH be weighed «fld yog'tt get yajyr fiswwy at- that tm»- STANDABP OH- COMPANY (INDIANA) ••INO if fO W Rf * ^TANDAID OH Any Standard Oil Dtaftf will pay you il-a Jew*' MKJaimabli scrap Mmt ,wP.;i i SIANDAkD SLRV

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