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UPPER DES MOINES The Farmer's Market Place! The Housewife's Market Place! 'x& W A. iBr /<$ MP^^Kk 'K\ m fe^^H ill 11 ^" fe ^••••^^•••^•^••^^^v i i i ™" " ' ' 5,000 Subscribers And their Families Read This Page Each Week! , CLASSIFIED AD ' ",. ' '".HATES t \ [,.. '•' Minlmutrf chaige!^ SOc, 10 words or less! cash in advance* feach additional word, 3c, ci&sl^ In advance. When charged; So per word. Blind ads 25c extra. "•.".<.'' ! " • •" ' - • "- '."!'!..' For Sale FOR SALE — 35 TON CHOPPED red clover hay. Also MO-0205 seed oats. 2 miles 1 south of St, Benedict. Ed Eischen. 9-10* SILOS AND CORN please let me figure With you Before you buy, and save. Lee Hauptman, Wesley, Iowa. 9-10 FOR SALE — TWO-WHEEL trailer. E. Pine. Lawrence Riedel, 603 8-9 FOR SALE — LINCOLN ELEC- tric welders, Victor Welding and Cutting'"Torches. Welding equipment- of all kinds. Cook's Welders Supply, Algona, Iowa. 36 37tfn GRANULATED -ZONOLITE IN sulation, Rock Wool Batts and granulated wool are available for your home. You too can insulate your own home. See us F. S. Norton & Son 28wl9tfn ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES \ We Have Everything In . Electrical Fixtures — Wire — Switches — '• Insulators — Tape — Etc. BUY HERE AND-SAVE! Coast-To-Coast Store FOR SALE — SEED OATS "Clintland" Blue tag certified jagged. Will deliver within area. Phone Burt 193, T. E. Lagerstrom, 3urt, Iowa, 9-10' CHICKEN WATERERS, FEED- ers and Redwood stock Water tanks sold by Griffin Lumber Co. 9 FOR SALE: 200 BALES, 3rd cutting Alfalfa. Excellent' for hog feed. Wilbert Ruhnke, 1% east of Irvington, 1 north, % east. Phone 27F22, Algona, , 9* FOR SALE: COLLIE -"PUPS. Machinery Tom Ketelsen, Phone 2452. West Bend, 9* -• ' FREEI 'FREE!- »<3-DAY, -,:,, VACATION' '•_ In Northe/h J^innepbta /ith purchase'of a dependable QUONSEt STEEL BLDG. This^Offer Good Until.May I For Full Details Stop At ^ MILLER STEEL BLDGS. •Phone 1290 Algona call Agard phone 2423. GET YOUR SARGENT FEEDS— Grain Balancer and Minral Meal — at Algona Flour & Feed, phone 257. Itfn FOR SALE — 21" ZENITH COM- bination AM-FM radio-phonograph, TV Magh. Reg. Price $600. Now only $399.00, Hamilton TV, Wesley, Iowa. Sales & Service. 9 ' • See The Now Amana Freezers On Display At Taylor Implement ' Algona CHICKS — OVERHATCHED from March 3rd, 7th, 10th. 400 Key Leghorn Pullets. Special each hatch date. Hamilton Hatch- WANT ADS BRING RESULTS M^B^Hi^KBBni^miHHBm ^^^^B^B^B^HBBM^^BH ^^j^^^^P**V^^w^r^^^r^ USED CAR B-U-Y-S GALORE Used Cars & Trucks DEAR JOHN —' HAVE YOU seen that beautiful '53 Mercury at Taylor Mercury? It has overdrive, radio, heater and very low mileage. If you buy that car for me I'll get up in the mornings and fix your breakfast. CLARA. 9« DRIVE A DESOTO .BEFORE YOU DECIDE Central. Motors DeSolo - Plymouth Phone 391, Algona 81fn JOHN — PLEASE, : HONEY,,SAY yes so I can hurry out to Taylor Mercury and buy that '50 Pontiac that has hydramatic, radio and heater. That's a-real automobile that wont stay 'in the used car lot long. • "• SETTER USED MACHINERY BUYS NOW at the < ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO, ' t TRACTORS ment. Contact 1—1948 VAC Case tractor with Algona. starter, lites ,PL> & CulJ,., good tire's, clean. . ' 1—1941 Farmall "H", good- — $650.00 1—1940 M tractor with new M. & W. S. &iP. and complete 'overhaul, new recaps. 1—1938 WC Allis-Chalmers ./with starter, lites, PTO and belt pulley. Also new Universal wide front, A-l $425.00 —15-30 Tractor (good) — $70.00 DISCS .—15 .,£t. Massey-Harris Disc, use'd only two seasons $150.00 —•10 ft. IHC Tandem Disc, good —t- -— $175.00 —15 ft. IH Disc, good — $100.00 1—9 ft. JD Tandem disc, good-'... - $95.00 PLANTERS i 1—1951 IH Four-row No. 440 planter $295,00 1—No.--.240 IH 2-row planter on steel $100.00 1—2-row Case Tractor planter , --on steel with fertilizer attachment, very good..... $.75.00 .CULTIVATORS I—Near new Cultivator to fit . WD Allis. -', PICKUPS & TRUCKS 1—1949 IH KBS-5 Truck, com- ' plete engine overhaul, rebore ' and new pistons and good .rubber - $450.00 1—1941 GMC Pickup $145.00 1—1940 Itt D2 Pickup with box $175.00 "•-'' MISCELLANEOUS 1—^1952 Horndraulic Loader for ' Wide -Front H or M _ $175.00 1—Horn Snow Bucket _. $50.00 l—6Vz ft. IHC Tractor spring tooth (new) $75.00 —8V4 ft. Wliver spring ' tooth'... ^— $45.00 —Humboldt Loader for H & M - $150.00 —1953 Mall Model No. 8 Chain Saw, used only 30 hours. (Regular list price $437.00.—$195.00 1—1953 IH 6-Can Milk Ceoler, like new .- ——— $250.00 I—Near new IH Wide front to fit M and Super M, complete with tires — $225.00 FOR SALE: ^BEDROOM MOD- ern house with gas heat, tile bath, full basement. 4 years old, good location.. $625 dowtt pay- A. JY Ricklefs, •». ' - 7 tfn. Real Estate LOTS FOR SALE, GOOD LO- cation. Call 1152-W, Algona. 9 GARAGE AND REPAIR SHOP for sale. In business foi 1 24 years under the same management. Retiring because of health condition. A very good business. Ideal for young veteran or. young man with mechanical ability and training. Write Leo E. Blejch 4367 Hubbell Ave,' Des Moines_ Iowa. Wanted WANTED—HEAVY HENS AND 'culling. For price and pickup Produce, LuVerne 9-13* HELP WANTED — ALGONA Laundry & Dry Cleaners. NOTICE current earnings on inured savings and investment unds with Home Federal Savings and Loan Ass'n of Algona, loWa. Save and invest any amount at any time — All accounts insured o $10,000 — Safe — Dependable — 38 years continuous service — Travelers checks — Remittance checks — Government Bonds — Notary Public — <Low Real Estate Loans — FHA & "Gl" Loans. Office open 9 to 12 and 1 to 4 p.m. daily. Call or write Home Federal of Algona, Iowa. Phones ,9tf 1370 or 1371. NOTICE , We are not responsible for contracts (oral or written),- words or promises of Mr L. A. Van Vobrhis. Thompson Yards, Weyerhaeuser Timber Co., '.Fenton, (9) Iowa. PALO ALTO CO. LAND AUCTION SATURDAY, MARCH 12 1955. Unimproved 80 acres located 3 miles from Fentqn, Iowa Clarion and Webster soil. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION Sale under the ' management of Merritt Giffin, Realtor Ringsted Iowa Ph. 20421 Lloyd Berklancl MEMORIAL CONCERN, SELL- ( auctioneer, Fenton, Iowa Ph. 80? ing nationally advertised mon- .ments and markers in five tates, has openings in Algona, •'enton, Whittemore, Bancroft, ,akota, Swea City* Wesley, West j_*aixui<ci) »-»vv v-« X^A *j f* !»».**»..••,/ | ,.___ --- * Bend for retired or semi-retired large or small people, working people with reezers, washers, irpners, toast- FOR SALE - "' A car my grandmother drove until 9 o'clock at night and turned off the switch. At the time of this ad this car has been driven. 16,066.1 miles. Contact DIAMOND'S SURPLUS CLARA — YES, JOHN, BUT don't get that shiny new-like . finish dirty on your way home aylor Mercury really polished nis car like new. 9 OHN — KEEP THE SOUP HOT for me, Clara, while I run out o Taylor Mercury and look ,over heir new models. Dean-says they re terrific and I don't want to miss seeing them. auto- with 1953 FORD V-8 Sedan, radio, matic transmission, 19,000 actual miles. 1953 CHEVROLET Bel - Aire Sports Coupe, loaded with extras and only 26,000 actual miles. 1952 CHEVROLET Four - door Sedan, radio, heater, seat covers $975.00 1951 CHEVROLET Four - door Sedan, radio and Heater $795.00 1950 BUICK Super Four - door, motor just overhauled __ $675.00 1949 PONTIAC Streamliner Two-door. _^ $485.00 1947 PLYMOUTH Five-passenger coupe $195.00 1946 FORD, Two-door, lots of miles for thompney _—.-.- $125.00 * •# SEVERAL CHEAP CARS FROM $50 to $100 ,* •*.: ALSO 3 LATE MODEL CHEVRPLfT '/i-TQN PICKUPS - WELL WORTH THE ASKING PRICE KOSSUTH MOTORS 2QO , APPLIANCE REPAIRS — WE are equipped to handle any anc all repairs to home appliances refrigerators Johnson-Goetz Wedding Vows, Ledydrd, Feb. 28 Ledyard — Monday evening at ':30 p.m. in the Bethany and Re- 'ormed church a beautiful candle- ight wedding took place, uniting arolyn Grace Johnson, .daughter Thursday, March 3, 1955 ftlgona (la.) Upper P»» Moines-7 Algona Bridal Couple of Mr and Mrs Ralph Johnson to Roger Herman Goetz, som o pare time, housewives, teachers, tc. (Men or women) No experi- jnce or investment. Car helpful. This is a time tested plan that ivill earn liberal profits. For de- ails write box 69-C this paper. 7-9 WANTED — HOUSEWORK. Call 16-100 at Burt. 8-9* WANTED — EXPERIENCED v single man- for general farm work. Phone 387R2. John Weydert. 8-9< WANTED — SALESMAN' TO sell farm machinery and fertilizer. Wonderful opportunity for right main, transportation fu'r- nished. Phone 1193-J evenings. 8-9 Livestock FOR SALE—Purebred Hampshire gilts, farrow March & April Lawrence Hansen, Wesley, 1 J £ miles west and 1% north. -• 8-9* 1—1953 Case 4-section 12-ft. tractor spring tooth — $85.00 1—11 ft. Kovar Spring Tooth __________________ ._„ $75.00 i — Used" -No. 4H 'III ; 4- wheel spreader on rubber, s _ good , -»^ _________________ $95*0 1— Pair Chains to fit "C" Allis Chalmers ------------ $20.0i 1— Gehl Hammermill ____ $65.0 __ _ 1— IHC No. 5Ham1mi11 $45 -°° FOR SALE— TRIED MONTANA FOR SALE — HEREFORD s bulls, good quality, farmer's 1 prices. John Grandgenett, . miles east on McGregor. 6-8-10-12 5Ete Seeder - ______________ $35.00 ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. International-Harvester Phone 52 Algona For Rent FOR RENT—ELECTRIC WELD- ers, AC or DC, acetylene welding and cutting units, medicai masks and regulators, welders for pipe-thawing. Cook's Welding Co., Algona, Iowa. 46tin Look At BUY THE Rest, FARM LOANS AT LOWEST rates with further saving in 'orm of dividends are still available to farm owners and buyers. You would expect, and you get the most advantages from borrower's standpoint through, 100% farmer-owned FEDERAL LAND BANK. Loans in .Kossuth County made through Algona National Tarm Loan Association. Eugene H. Hutchins, Sec.-Treas. 110 S. Dodge St., Algona, Iowa 6-9* 1953 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER, Four-door. With radio, heater, power steering ^and tubeless tires. A beauty — 1951 CHRYSLER SARATOGA, Four-door. This car has radio: heater and many, many other extras, A real bay -*— 1953 PLYMOUTH i i TWO-DOOR. A price tag that can't be matched. See H, drive it ~,,~ 1951 CHEVROLET '1895 No. 1 boar. Budd Lawson, Cor with. 9* Notice rs, mixers, irons, etc. We stock wringer rolls for all washers. Quick, efficient service. BEECH- R LANE APPLIANCES, phone 78, Algona. Itfn We Can Use 100 Junk or Wrecked Cars in the month of February Call.' 848 COOK'S SCRAP IRON & METAL Mr and Mrs Herman Goetz Jr. The double ring ceremony wa& read by Rev. Victor Vriesen. The traditional wedding march was played by Mrs Oryille Brandt, who also accompanied Mr Dale Canfield who sang. . The bride was given in marriage by her father, Ralph Johnson. She was attended by Peggy Mayer, a friend and former class mate, and the bridegroom was attended by his brother James Frederick. Ushers were Dennh Knoner and Duane Darnell. Following the ceremony a reception was'held in the churcr parlors for about 125 guests. At the bridal table her Sisters presided, with Mrs Herbert Beenken pouring, and Mrs Art Wirtjes cutting the wedding cake. Ann Egesdal artd Ruth Ploeger were waitresses. Mrs LeRoy Wesselman had charge of the guest book nd Bonnie Ellington Had charge f the gifts. The bride graduated from the -edyard High school in.1954 and his year has worked as office ecretary for Supt: Willadsen at chool. The bridegroom also graduated from Ledyard High chool in 1953 and the following year helped his father farm. .He entered service in December 1954. ie came home last Sunday on a en day furlough, and then' will ,50 to camp iri Alabama.' His jride will go there also as soon as he finds suitable living quar- ,ers. 6-7-8 Services WEAVE-BAG Repair Burns, Moth Holes Tears in Clothing ILA'S WEAVE-BAC SHOP 222 W. Nebr. 'St. Phone-96S-WV -""'' Algona' • I 4% FARM LOANS If you are in need of a farm loan.'l can offer you a loan with ihe following provisions: ). Liberal Amounts. 2. 4% Interest. 3. Long Term with Reasonable Payments. 4. Favorable Prepayment Options. 5. No Commission. PAUL M. SEELEY Algona, -Iowa 9-11" Complete PARTS & SERVICE on Mercury cars Factory Approved Mechanics Our service department can take care of an? car or truck. Washing — Greasing — Etc. We will pick up car and deliver anywhere in Algona. TAYLOR MERCURY Debaters Third In District Meet Algona High School's debaters won their way to the state Forensic League finals by placing third in class A district competition for north central Iowa held at Mason City, Saturday. In all probability, state final! iwill be held at Iowa City during 'the last week of March'. ' : Number one team in the distnc meet was Mason City with a 10-C record, followed by Ames, 8-2, Al gona 6-4, Fort Dodge, 3-7, Boone, 3-7, and Forest City, 0-10. The Algona team lost to both Mason City and Ames and defeated all other debate teams entered. Coach Richard Palmer had Belly Jean Helmers, daughter of Mr and Mrs Reakus (Dick) Helmers of Algona, became the bride of Donald Ray Hammer, son of Mr and Mrs John Hammer of Algona, in a double-ring ceremony performed Tuesday morning, Feb. 22, at 10:30 a.m. in St. Cecelia's rectorv bv Rev. Harold V. Cooper. . The bride wore a navy blue suit with white accessories and a shoulder corsage of white carnations. She was attended by Joanne Baldwin of Hampton, who wore a grey suit with pink accessories and a pink •shouloW rnrsage. Edward Hammer of Algona served as was served to 53 guests at the home > o< I the bride's parents. Sandra Hudson and Janice Rochleau of Algona were table waitresses. Marjory Mittag of Algona registered the guests at the afternoon reception. The wedding gifts were opened by the bride assisted by Delores Hammer of Algona. •The newly weds are making their home in the Vera apartments in Algona. (Photo by Nels Isaacson, Brown's Studio) _ __ It Mr and Mrs Leonard GtmckA 'fhave been-visited by the latter's rnothm-. Mrs Matilda Matters of Carroll who concluded a two Mr and Mrs Robert Schoby had ; weed's visit here Sunday and re- Mr and Mrs Clifford Johnson as *'" nprl hnme ' dinner guests Sunday. Mr and Mrs C^ A. Geilenfeld have been visited by Mrs Rosie Zabel of Milwaukee, Wis. Mr and Mrs Orville Wicks spent Cheryl VanderWaal and Barbara j Snn( -| f , y at LeMars with Mr and ACCORDION LESSONS The Lake City Accordion Center of Fairmont announces the opening of £ branch accordion school in Algona. Lessons are available to all students from jeginners to advanced players, also available for 1195 Accordions rent. All lessons are private and will be given in Algona. Write, for appointment, as the number of students that can be enrolled in a given period is limited. LAKE CITY" ACCORDION CENTER 1362 Albion Ave. Fairmont, Minnesota 9-10 3 Sale Dates Listed, March A complete, .closing-out farm sale, a livestock auction and a land auction have been listod dur- •ing the past several days. Full details on the farm sale 'and livestock auction will be found in advertisements in the UDM today, and information on ,the land sale will be advertised next week. March 7—Ernest A. Roben farm sale. To be held at farm 4 miles west of Armstrong, beginning at 12:15, featuring 75 hogs, 19 cattle, a good listing of farm machinery and many miscellaneous items, including household goods, Clark brothers, auctioneers, Iowa Trust & Savings Bank, Clerk. March 7—Howard Chism livestock auction at the farm located 1/2 mile north and IVt miles west of Cylinder, starting at 1 p.m. There are 31 cattle, 50 sheep and dairy equipment on the docket. Berkland and Bortvit, auctioneers, Cylinder State Bank, clerk. March 12—Mr and Mrs Donald Luedtke, 1 mile west and 2 south of Fenton, will offer an unimproved 80 acre tract of land. Clarion and Webster soil, possession March 21. Lloyd Berkland is the auctioneer. Bourne, affirmative, and Dick Vi pond and David Phillips, negative, on the team. Karen Shirley was certified to the state meet in poetr.y reading, while Larry Obrecht, extemporaneous, ana Tom Hutchison, radio, received excellent ratings. Academy Teacher At Convention Sister 1 Mary Redempta, P.B.V.M., business instructor at St. Cecelia's Academy, attended the annual convention of the Midwest Unit of the Catholic Business Education Association which was held at the Palmer House, Chicago, on Feb. 2G. • The program was based on Business Education in a Changing Economy. The program closed with a birthday party to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the foundation of the Catholic Business Teachers Association. Several prizes were awarded by various publishing companies and busi- nesfe.supply houses. Sister Hele-i Marie, P.B.V.M,, a -formev teacher at Sti .Cecelia's, was the winner of a '$100 office supply kit which .had been given by the Panama-Beaver "Supply Company. Sister Helen Marie was the Chairman, for the Bookkeeping Panel. : U-D-M Want Ads Bring Result Mrs Vcrn Lovely, former residents here. Mr and Mrs A. R. Cruikshank are expected home soon from McAllen, Texas, where they' have spent several weeks. Andrew Hansen fell last week Friday at St. Ann hospital where lie is employed and suffered a severely wrenched back. Mrs Henry Fursl had as guests last week Thursday Mrs Ethel Woolridge and Mrs Marie Olson of Mason City and Mrs W. W. Wheeler of Madison. Wis. Dr. and Mrs Karl Hoffman are going to Mason City Monday to attend the north district dental meeting. The Women's Auxiliary of which Mrs Hoffman is president will also hold a meeting. Mr and Mrs Albert Hagg were turned home. Mr and Mrs Raymond Gilbert had as visitors last week Wed-. nesday Mr .and Mrs Purl Partello and Wilma and Fred Johnson of Estherville. Mr and Mrs Irvin ElheVington were visited Sunday by their son- in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Walter Schmecking of Swea City. Mr and Mrs Don Etherington spent the weekend at Minneapolis, Minn., with the latter's mother Mrs Anderson. Mr and Mrs Eugens Faulstich had as dinner guests Sunday Mr and Mrs James Baker and Mr and Mrs Darrell McFarland and the respective families. Other guests that evening were Mr and Mrs James Kelley and Mr arid Mrs Earl Bates. Mr and Mrs Charles Fox were visited over the weekend by their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Keith Campbell of Des Moinc.s. They had come to attend the Algona-Humboldt bas- ketbaJl game. Mr and Mrs M. W. Lindhorst have moved hero from Munches- ivir CU1U * T 1A3 *Tfc»fc***** •* U 99 »ww»w - visited a couple of days last week tor and are living m the home of Mr and Mrs Vincent Mat* and Mrs Lmdlwrsls parents. Mi and iiiM» =nn Tho Mntz family had Mrs Albert OLsun. Mr and Mis, TWO DOOR. Power Glide and mileage ' __.—, 1951 KAISER A car with radio, heater and overdrive. Well worth the 795 735 ^H(^^^ ; {idles & StiYifi 594 Your Massey-Harris Dealers Present 'VIDEO SCRAPBOOK" Every Friday Night From 8:00 to 8:30 p.m. * ' Starting This We«* ON KGLO-TV, Mason City, la, Watch an<J Enjpy Tfeis Tpp Program) Dealers In This Area Coopera|pg Are VIKING MOTORS, ISTHiiVIMJ AUTO, WIST &1ND Baptise Ottosen Set Of Twins Oltosen—The twin daughters of Mr and 'Mrs Louis Jacobson were baptized Wednesday at 3 o'clgck at the Jacobson home, Rev. Harold E. Mountain of Trinity Lutheran church of Ottosen officiating. Sponsors for Bonnie Fo were the maternal grandparents Mr and Mrs Edward Zinnel and sponsors for Brenda Kay were lei- paternal grandparents Mr and Mrs Sylvan Jacobson. The grandmothers carried the babies. Also present were the babies great- grandparents Mr and Mrs Peter Enockson, .Mrs Harold Mountain and Mr and Mrs Allan Wehrs- pann and family. Postmaster At Lakota Named Nick Behrenis. has been appointed acting Dostarnaster at Lakota until examinations are given and a regular appointment is made. W. J. Leslie is the retiring postmaster, having served since Mr _.._ little son. The Matz family had lived' at Humboldt but recently moved to Lohrville. Mr and Mrs C. A. Geilenfeld and the latters sister, Mrs Emma Boetcher, attended the funeral services Monday at LuVerne for vlrs Fred Benkendorf, sister of Mrs Emma Dreyur. Mrs May Hanegan and her daughter, Mrs Robert Schoby, were at Mason City. last week visiting Mrs Hanegans brother- n-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Ed ilobinson. Mr and Mrs Glen Graham and .he former's parents, Jay Granam, of Burt, drove to Manson Sunday to spend the day with Mr and Mrs Leslie Graham, son and daughter-in-law of the Jay Gra- liams. Mrs Bertha Detiman has re- turnc'd from Huntington Park, Calif., where she visited her brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Fred Bunkofske and other relatives. She went there in January. Mr and Mrs Claude Grisham, Mr and Mrs Douglas Wildin and Mr and Mrs Meril Bacon of Waltham, Minn., returned Monday from a visit of a week at Love land, Colo.', and Larumie, Wyo. with relatives. Mr and Mrs Albert Granzow spent from Friday until Monda> at Robinsdale, Minn., with thei son and -daughter-in-law, the Rev. and Mrs Boyd Granzow They also spent some time at Olson have moved to a smaller house which they own. The Lind- horsts has four children, Judith in sixth grade, Barbara Lynn in third grade, Arlen in first grade and a small child, Deborah Sue. Mr Lindhorst is employed at Kossuth motors. ,. . . Behrends came to Lakota m 1926, and was buttermaker in the Gennania creamery until 1950. Minneapolis and saw cinerama. Mr and Mrs Robert Gushing are parents of their first child, a son -whom they have named Rodney Freeman, born Feb. 17 at St. Ann hospital. Mr Gushing is employed with the telephone maintenance crew and he ajid his wife moved here about a year ago. Th«y have an apartment at Mr and Mrs C. N. Robinson's. Red Cross Drive Now Underway The annual Red Cross fund drive got under way in Kossuth County Sunday, with the goal for this county set at $C,855.00. The Jimpaign will last through March A corps of approximately 80 Al- _ona volunteers began their canvass Sunday afternoon of the residential area after a meeting in the high School Annex at 2 p.m. /ilgonu Fund Raising Chairman, Russull Buchanan, in a lasc minute message to the volunteer solicitors, reminded them that in the past large numbers of persons had biica missed in the canvass. Ho cautioned them to redouble their efforts in an attempt to make membership in the Red Cross available to all those desiring to contribute to the 1955 fund for the benefit of the local and national program. Monday morning at 9:30 approximately 30 business district solicitors met at the hotel for a pep talk preceding the solicitation of the business district. Ted Herbst, chairman of the business district, said he was greatly encouraged by the number of men who were so willing to work in this canvass. About 5,500 persons visit the White House daily.

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