Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 30, 1945 · Page 1
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tW6 KOSSU7H COUNTY - ALGONA, IOWA TUESDAY, JANUARY an. 1945. MORNING 'V* PROGKAMS 5:30— Cllllliin Bru .......... Daily ex Sun 5:45 — Jerry Smith .......... Daily ex Son 6:00— Heiven sad Home ...... Dailv ex Sun 6:15— Form Service .......... Men \VcJ Fri Checkerboard Fun ..... Tucs Thu Sal 6:30— Farm Ncwi ........... Daily ex Sun 6:45— Jerry nnd Xelda ........ Daily ei Sun 7:UO>-Aln Drcier ............ Daily ex Sur 7:15— Time lo Shine ......... Daily c\ Su- 7:30— Bible Broadcaster ......... SunJa-. Newl ................. Daily c\ Sun 7:45— Uncle Slan & Ken ...... Daily c\ Sun 8:00— Ken and Hal ............... SunJav Haden Family ........ Mon W <?<* Hi Reveille Roundup ...... Tut Tl-ii >« 8:15— Ren Adams Family ..... V ' ' iv '',' r-' SonjMlcm-s ........... M°n Wed 1-r. Second Cup o' Cnflee ....... 1 ae 1 ,iu Allen Roth ............... SialunJav 8:30-Strin|! Quartet ....... ; . ' ' ' L i-"-' No,™ ................ Mon thru 1-n Adventures t.f Omar ....... Saturday 8-(5— Melody Madhouse ...... Mini thru I-ri 9:00— Chmtian Science ........... Sunday Lon Law-ton .......... Mon thru 1-n Grontland Rice ........... Saturday 9:15— Pronhecv in News .......... -S-JiJav Nnvi oi the World ---- Mon thru 1-n 9:30— American Uc«ion ... ......... Suidav Finderl Keeperl ....... Mon thru Fn Saddle Screnaders ......... Saturday Get tickets at 9.H or at Shrine And. LEGISLATURE IS NOT IDEAL FOR LOAFING Calling All Girls .......... SaturJm 10:00— Stradivari Orch ............. Suniav Ro.id of Life ......... M«n dim 1-n K-C Jamboree ............ Salurdav 10:15— Rosemary ............ Mon tlirn I-n 10:30— America Back to God ....... Suntiay Star Playhouse ........ Mon tnr.i 1-n Smilin 1 Ed McConnell ...... SalurJav 10:45— Uavid Hirum .......... Mon thru 1-n 11:00— Church Serricei ............ SunJav Judy and Jane ........ M"n thru 1-n Alex Dreicr .............. Sa;urJa\ 31:15 — Perrv Mason .......... Mon tluj 1-ri Better Business Bureau ..... S3firda\ 11:30— Edith Dunham Webber. Mon Wed 1-ri Kanch House Jim ...... Tue Thu Sat Il:-t5— The Buckaroos ........ Mon thru Fn : "* AFTERNOON PROGRAMS 12:00— Old Fashioned Revival ....... SunJa- Markets & Farm Ne«s.Mon thru Fri Corn Belt Hour ........... SaturJav 12:15 — Saddle Mt. Roundup. . .Mon Wed Fri Victory Farmeri ........... Tue T1iu 12:30— U of C Roundttble .......... Sunday Xeivs ................ Daily e:: Sun 32:45— SonijIeUowi ....... Mon Wed Fri Sat Served With Son< .......... Tue Thu 1 :00 — Thoie We Love ............. Sunday GuidiDt Light ......... Mon thru Fri Man on the Farm ......... Saturday 1:15 — Today's Children ...... Mon thru Fri 130 — Weitinjhouse Program ....... Sunday Women in White ...... Mon thru Fri Musicani ................ Saturday 1:45 — Hymni All Churches. .Mon thru Thu Betty Crocker .............. Friday News About Religion ...... Saturday 2rOO — World Parade .............. Sunday A Woman of America. .Mon thru Fri Orchestras of Nation ....... Saturday 2:15— Ma Perkinl .......... Mon thru Fri 2:30 — Army Hour ................. Snr.Jiy Pep YounfL's Family.. .Mon thru Fri 2:45 — Right to Happiness. ... Mon thru Fri 3:00— Backstage Wife ........ Mon thru Fri Qiildren'i Bible Hour... ...Saturday 3:15— Stella Dallas .......... Mon thru Fri 3:30 — Iowa-Nebraska Quiz ......... Sunday Lorenzo Jones ....... Mon thru Fri Iowa Roundtabte .......... Saturday 3:45 — Yount Widdec Brown.. Mon thru Fri 4:00 — NBC Symphony ............ Sunday i When a Girl Nlarriel. .Mon thru Fri Grand Hotel ....... . ..... Saturday 4:15 — Portia Faces Life ..... Mon thru Fri 4:30— Just Plain Bill ........ Mon thru Fri John W. Vandercook ...... Saturday 4:45— Front Pafl Farrell ____ Mon thru Fri Music Room ............. Saturday !:00 — The Maiterjinfter ........... Sunday Newt ............... .Daily ex Sun 5:15— Newi ...................... Sunday Son«a « Twilijht....Mon Wed Fri Tima Out for Listening ..... Tue Thu Songfellows ............... Saturday 5:30 — Great Gildersleeve .......... Sunday Austin & Cartrtght. . . .Mon Wed Fri Tin Pan Alley ............ Saturday ; 3 :45 — Anti-Saloon League ........ Saturday 5:50 — Newi and Sports ...... Mon thru Fri \ •* EVENING PROGRAMS I 6:00 — Jack Benny ................ Sunday i Diff and Helen ...... Mon thru Fri i Cliff Carl & Co ............ Saturday ' 6-.15 — News of the World.... Mon thru Fri I Music of Romance ......... Saturday 6 :30 — Fitch Bandwagon ............ Sunday News ..... ....... .... Daily fx Sun 6:45— H. V. Kaltenborn...Mon Wed Thu Fri Jimmy Fidler ............. Tuesday Barn Dance Carnival ...... Saturday 7:00— Charlie McCarthy .......... Sunday Cavalcade of America ...... Monday Johnny Presents .......... Tuesday . Mr. & Mrs. North ...... Wcdnciday Frank Morgan ........... Thursday Cities Sen-ice Highways ....... Friday- Gaslight Gayeties ........ Saturday 7t30— Eddie Bracken Show ........ Sunday Voice of Firestone ......... Monday Date with Judy ............ Tuesday Carton of Cheer ......... Wednesday Dinah Shore ............ Thursday Duffy's Tavern ............ Friday Truth or Consequences ... .Saturday 1:00 — Manhattan Merry-Go-Rnd ..... Sunday Telephone Hour .......... Monday Mystery Theatre .......... Tuesday Eddie Cantor .......... Wednesday Ding Crosby ............. Thursday Waltz Time ................ Friday National Barn Dance ...... Saturday 8;JO — Album Familiar Music ....... Sunday Information Please ........ Monday Fibber McGee i Molly ---- Tueluay Mr. District Attorney. .. .Wednesday Boh Burns .............. Thursday People Are Funny ........... i-'riduy Iowa Barn Dance Frolic. .. .Saturday f :00 — Hour of Charm ............ l-'.-jn-Jay Contented Program ........ Munc'ay Bob Hope ................. Tuui'Jay Kav Kyser's College ...... Wudnciday Abbott & Costello ........ Tiiurday Amos V Andy .............. I-ruluy »:30— Comedy Theatre ........... Sunday Dr. I. 0 ................... Mun^y Hildcgarde ................ Tut-::J-y J Rudy Vallee ............. Thursday Hollywood Theatre ......... l-"::J:iy 10:00 — Austin i- Cartright .......... SunJuv Chesterfield Sup. Club Mon thru f-'ri 10:15— News ....................... D.iilv 10:30— 'Var Serv. B.li. Sun Mon Wed Thur Everything for the Boys . . . .Tue-da* Can You Top This .......... !V,Ja-. Judy Canova Show ........ Sni'iri'i-' 10:45— Ted Steelc's Novalones ...... S-jni:\ Your Navy Presents ......... Miimla* Spotlight on Rhythm ...... Wednesday Szath'Myri 1'rescntj ...... Tl'uvstl-.iv ll-OO— Neivc ...... Sun Mon Tues Tiiu fiji Starlit Road ............ Wcdn.-.d-iv Bill Stern .................. 1-r-lr.y 11:05— Music ............ Sun Mon Tue S-.t Sky High ................ T'.mrnuv 11:15— Timely Topics ............... 1-riJav 11:30— Old Fashioned Revival ...... Sand.^ London Column ............ M-.:-.d:r.- \\. ws .............. Tue thru Sr.t 11:45— Mutic ................ llail v t! - s ' Jn 11:55— News ................. Daily e\ 'Vi 12:00— Mirtll and Madness. . Mon thru hri I Sustain the Wings ....... S.'.tur^nv All li SI ings subject to cluiime WHO Barn Dante Fn: !; c EACH SATURDAY XICHT Shrine Auditorium— DCS Moines Adults 35c ' Children l»c Walnut St. anyt> alter 7 H.M S-.t EAGLE INSULATE NOW Lots of Work Required of Men Who Make Laws. : By Sen. D. E. Dewel. : Anyone \vho goes to the legislature- with the idea that it will be a vacation is due for and will receive- a iv.ther rude shock, for there is as much work involved as 'here is in any line of endeavor. : Most of the work is not done on the floor of the house or senate, but in the committees. Bills are introduced, and then go to an appropriate committee for study. On 'his committee.- three men are named to take the bill and study it? effects. Bills Really Studied. These tr.n'-e men then must :?,rec' that the bill is good and CUM. s \vh'.'t it purports to do. They report their findings to the whole commute.'--, and that group then studies thi.' re.-rjurt. Then if the whole C'unmitlce deems the bill good it i^ reported to the house or senate, as the case may be. for study. Finally the house or. senate must consider the bill and the commr.'ee heads: who OK'cl the bill must stand and defend it if an at'ick is made. Very few bills become law without attack. i ' Second House Repeats. "When the bill passes one house it must go to the other and the .same procedure is gone through acain in the second house,— referral to committee, committee study an-.l renorts. and passage by ' th-it body, then finally the goy; ernor and his staff look the bill over before it is signed and becomes l'.r-.v. People who are not familiar with the procedure and with the way the work is done would be ; surprised at the intensity of study, and the sincerity with which the men work at their • pobs. Stands art.' not taken usually on basis of prejudice, but on ' honest conviction that procedures outlined are wrong. j Most interest during the last week was on the income tax and ! the promoted school code. I Income Tax Passes. : A vote in the senate on the in- j come tax fixed the rate at 50 per• cent, on 4-1. 45, and 46 taxes, but that docs not set the law till the '. house also passes the bill and it is signed bv the governor. The • house has the right to amend or i kill the bill as it desires, so passage by one body means it is only : half \viiy through. is taken care of first, then the I new bills and the amendments are looked over, and finally the "calendar" for the day is studied to see what is coming up for a vote that day. Groups of men discuss for a time what is to be voted on. By the time the senate convenes at 10 a. m. considerable thought and study have already been done. When the bills come up for pass- j age proponents and opponents ar- j gue on the floor. | Meetings Often "Hot." I When the "calendar" for the day has been completed the senate adjourns, and then committee j meetings begin. The new bills I are assigned for study, and bills i that have been studied are i brought up for consideration by ; the whole committee. Often in these committee meetings the arguments wax hot and ; heavy, and they last sometimes i into long hours. As the session i progressives night meetings are held to get the work done. Thus the work of a legislator is not all milk and honey, and the p^rt that appears in the formal proceedings is but a bit of what he is called upon to do. Somei times he will be wrong — but I more often will be right than I wrong, for both sides are presented to him. And strange as it may seem the men who make up the legislature are not the ignorant fools they are often pictured by some but do undertake their jobs with sincerity and an honest attempt to do the job right. ILUVERNEYOUTH ! USES BAYONET I IN PHILIPPIKES j Luverne, Jan. 29—Pfc. Leslie ! Kubly, who is in the 24th Inf. j ''Victory" division in the Philip- I pines, takes part in bloody Pa; cific battles. The regiment, including five lowans. is convinced that a network of fortifications they struck in a Filipino town i square was a strong as the Japs know how to build. The battalicm tested and overcame the fortifications the hard ; way. Members fought through the concentrated Jap sniper fire along an approach trail, and on i the outskirts of the town began ; to draw murderous fire from a star-shaped group of fortifications with fire lanes in all direc- LEDYARD PAIR ARE MARRIED IN CEREMONY Leyard, Ja i. 29 — LaVonne Koestler and Donald Joose were wed by the The couple bride's sister, service. The mony was us Rev. Gass Joos Sunday afternoon at the Methodist church, tl e Rev. Cass officiating. were attended by the bridegroom's brother and the in a candle light double ring cere- d and the couple stood in an arbh beautifully dec- prated with candles and banked in flowers. - • •- The bride vas dressed in a white brocaded taffeta gown, with finger-tip veil, and • her bridesmaids we re formals of blue taffeta, and yellow jonquil corsages. E. B. Koestler, the bride's father, gave his daughter in marriage. A reception was held in the church parlor; with 80 guests participating. The couple will go to housekeeping on the farm where Mr. Joose had pre ing. ;iously been farm- Church Service Dated— Church r>erv church Sunda- a. m., worship ces at Evangelical Mar. 4, will be as follows: Sunday school a,t 10 services at 1.1 a. m., German vorship services in the parsonage at 10 a. m. Thursday, Feb. 1, tie Woman's Guild will meet in the church basement at 2 p. m. for heir regular meeting. The Mr;!. Fred and Mrs. Henry Selberg ; will be the hostesses. On Sunday, m. the Youth tional meetin Mar. 4, at 7:30 p. Fellowship will hold their regilar monthly Devo', in the Sunday school room with Melbourn Hagedorn as leader] Jap Prisoner 1 Mrs. Philip ceived a letter Vriies— Holcomb has re- from her sister-in- tions. The layout had been camouflaged houses. to look like Filipino During the night American ar; tillery threw everything the boys j had into the Jap fort, and at j dawn the lowans and their fel- | lows fixed bayonets and charged* : When it was all over, more than 1 40 dead Japs were found in the fort, and hundreds of other Jap 1 bodies lay in a network of trenches in the rear. Forty-one Jap machine guns and other au- i tomatic weapons were captured, I Inten.se pressure was put on to : keep the tax at full rate, mostly coming 1'rom backers of the school codo who felt that the full r_!te would help in the passage of certain bills in the proposed code. In fact iho pressure was so intense that veteran legislators said it defeated its purpose by overdoing the "heat'' with the result ; the legislators rebelled. i 20 Bills in "Code." As far as the school code is concerned it s.eems a lot of it will receive favorable consideration. But the "codo" is not one bill, but at least 20, and even among members of the commission there is some divergence of opinion as to what some proposed measures would do. As '.' normal human thing backers of the cod? are prejudiced just a.s opponents jre prejudiced against certain measures. Some backers like only certain bills and oppose others, and some are opposed to only certain proposed laws. Up to now none of the school code bills have- been introduced in the; senate—hence what they contain -snd what they do is in doubt. It is known that they are in process of preparation, and it is also known that there have been m.-my changes and the bills as they come to the floor of the senate will not be entirely the same as those advanced at meetings over ihe state during the late sunimt-r and e-'.irlv winter. Whet'h- i c.r tl'u se changi;:; have been good i or otlHT\Y:M; cannot be told till . tlif.y arc introduced. i Mail Puzzling. It is •', ;:r-ncrally accepted view ; that inerni'tTs are; influenced 1 from home, the "ins:>in ; garch'd by Ihe veterans, and have I no (.(Tec; on those veterans. With newcomers ihe situation is somewhat different because the now 'men r.nm.>t toll whether the , writer is "inspired" by an outsido ! influence or is really concerned, i How<.",',:r, letters from people who have; apparently thought something through, come to a conclusion, and offer their thought a.s a guide are the gold : in the mining the legislator in his morning's mail. and 40 Jap trucks were de stroyed. The other lowans who helped to capture the fortification were Pfc. Chas. S. Kelly, Humboldt; Pvt. William Randall, Keokuk; Pvt. Wallis Draper, Peru; and S,- Sgt. Fredric Hahn, Lamont. Pfc. Kubly is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Kubly, now farmers near Goldfield, but former Lu Verne farmers, .and he is the nephew of Henry and John Kubly and Mrs. George Frantz here. cember, which the time it wa son stated tha to Japan. Of after undergoing a major operation at Iowa City. WSCS Has The W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church held their meeting last Thursday at the D. A. Carpenter home, a good-sized crowd attending. Mrs. Phyllis Herzog had the aliening study, "Behold j office assistant at the Swea City Patricia, and sister-in.-law, of El- Hatchery. She and her small "" "- 1 " "*- 1 daughter are living with her sister Mrs. Vernon Ewing while her husband Sgt Myhr Ewing is serving with the armed forces m France. Rohlin "80" is Sold— more, Mrs. Marioft Matzener. Lt. Roy E. Bravender was in Swea City last/week looking after business rfiatters. He was en- route from Fort Warren, Wyo., to Camp Sibert, Birmingham, Ala. A daughter was born Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Everett Kelly. iiaa me UHC""'B <"««ji **>-••«•— .--o *• /iu«..i-., I Sat Before the Open Door.' The acre farm known as the Charles -••••-• Rohlin 80 last week. This land August Helmke bought the 80- The Kellys also have four sons. V . . V J-11 —1 _.« lX/Wk Mn**4lt rt*wt rt fi r4 It I 1* t*1»» Wit next meeting will be held February 8 at the Tice Brack home, Mrs. Brack 'hostess. Returns After Furlough— C. M. 3-c M. G. MaUener left for Chicago and Detroit after spending 14 days of his 30-day furlough at the home of his mother, Mrs. H. F. Zielske. After spending a few days with friends there he will leave for San Francisco for re-assignment. He has spent 31 months in the So. Pacific area. Gets Navy Discharge— Cpl. Harm Drew, of the Marine Corps, and his wife, the former Doris Roalson, have returned to Swea City, where they expect to remain indefinitely. He recently received a medical discharge, after spending several weeks at the Navy hospital Balboa park, San Diego, for treatment. New Hatchery Assistant— Wm. Northern and Oliver Ewing are visiting their daughter lavs"across"the road east of the and son, the Warren Ewings, at Helmke farm, and is tenanted by j Washington, D C. • • Clayton Roalson has bought the vacant lots just east of his home. The lots were owned by Martin Dahl. the Maynard Kuecks. Silas Johnson Stricken- Silas Johnson, who suffered a light stroke at his home a week ago Saturday night, is reported as some better at this writing. Other Ledyard News. Mrs. Kenneth Emory, of Sioux Falls, has rented the William Blomstev property, recently vacated by the A. G. Eggers family. Mrs. Emory is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Jeffries and a sister of Mrs. L. G. Hansen. She and her children will live here while her husband is in service. She expects to move in some time next month. ' Raymond Wilcox took C. M. 3-c. M. G. Matzener to Blue Earth Wednesday afternoon. Accompanying him were his Local Girl Starts Training as Wave Great Lakes, 111., Jan. 27—Ruth Caroline Torine, 20, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Perry B. Torine, Algona, la., was enrolled recently at the naval training sch,ool (Yeoman-W) at the State Teachers college, Cedar Falls, la. This member of the Women's Reserve was selected for her special training on the basis of her recruit training aptitude tests and past civilian experience The course of yeomen study includes shorthand, typing, naval correspondence, records and forms ami current events. When this Wave successfully completes her theoretical course- she will be sent to other duty st-i tions, where, after actual expori ence in a practical navy job, she will have .the opportunity to qualify for a petty officer rate i BULL IS SOLD. Bro'wn 'Swiss Assn., Beloit, Wis., Jan. 26—Bernard J. Quinn,' Brown Swiss breeder near Lof.e Rock, la., recently sold his bull Happy Harry to his neighbor Lawrence Rath, according ,-to a report to Fred S. Idtse, secretary of the Brown Swiss Cattle Breeders association here. SVV AAOAUJklCAjr r»i7 •**>>***••*• - — — — * " •-* __ _, _ . . , Mrs. E. B. Myhr is engaged as mother, Mrs. H. F. Zielske, sister law in Omah;., wife of Alfred Nelson. Mr. Nelson was captured at Guam at tie time of Pearl Harbor. Mrs. Nelson had received a letter from rer husband in De-! was a year old. At | ; written Mr. Nel- he was in good health, and h31 been transferred the stream of let- j ters sent him )nly one had been received., son with Thei Nelsons have a! the \ armed forces in England and a j daughter has been accepted for! duty with the Waves. Mrs. Hans in Mrs. Walter iospital- 3ans was operated on at the Forjt Dodge hospital jJan. 18. At..lajft...reports she..-5#as 'doing nicely and expects" to'bej home sometime next week. Vis-1 iting her at the hospital were Mrs. John Joigenson and son. Mr. Hans was (released from the Lutheran hospital and Mrs. Hans entered, a streak o f bad luck for j the Hans's. They are fanners' and live southeast of town. Mrs. Lauence Pingel and three sons, visiting a. the home of Mrs. Ada Randall, Mason City, returned Monday, U. S. W. Group Sews— Another large group of ladies of the U. S. W.| turned out to sew for the boys iip service. Drapes of rnnsin* nlsn livP and s P rea ds were made, as was cousins also live a]so other thjn ^ Hke wagh c]othg and woolen pieces were cut and sewed for A number here. AH of the boys mentioned above came from rural areas except Pvt. Kelly of Humboldt. Red Cross Needs Volunteer Help in Sewing Room qi|ilts. Twenty-five hundred more iquilts are needed within the next three weeks, so let us turn out'at the next meeting, February 9, at the school and help. Any woolpn pieces or white material will 'b|e greatly appreciated. Lunch \\|as served by Mrs. Steve Powers and Mrs. Ed. Looft. f~ is county Named Thomp i on p< M __ TV/TvC "NTf-\v\ r\ T I i «!,. l-v,-,f» "!_„ Mrs. A. L. Brown chairman for Red Cross sewing, and her vice chairman is Mrs. Glen Roland, Algona. For sewing in branch chapters: i „!„„„ * r> * ' '. /-T —T ,— Mrs. C. B. Murtagh, Algona, | pla " ! ° f PosttT ¥> s ter Oscar John- chairman; Mrs. Lawrence Gilles- j pie, co-chairman; Mrs. Leonard Daniels, Burl; Mrs. G. B. Johnston, chairman; Mrs. E. C. Fauer- Mrs. Nona l|ink has been appointed to serve as acting postmaster at Thompson to take the . by and Mrs. Chas. Theesfield, Fenton; Mrs. I. E. Wortman, Lakota. Mrs. D. A. Carpenter, Ledyard; Mrs. Edw. Dehnert, Luverne; Mrs. Wm. F. Schroeder, Lonerock; Mrs. Lester Callies, Titonka; Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer, Wesley; Mrs. P. J. Fuchsen, Whittemore; Mrs. Hattie Robinson, Bancroft; Mrs. Fern Dahl, Swea City. Volunteer help is urgently the fegislature needed at the local Red Cross by mail pressure sewing rooms. Work on hand to Generally speaking be done includes 250 kit bags to ' letters are disre-1 be given to boys leaving for service! 432 overseas bags; 432 housewives, convalescent robes, and no limit to the number of scuffles. Buy an Eagle Certified Insulation Job now ... it will "weatherproof" , ^ your home against the summer's heat. A Certified Job will keep even , your hottest upstairs rooms as much as 15' cooler than outside! Increases comfort I EAGLE HOME INSULATION CO. Cowan Bldg Supply Co. Phone 275 ALGONA, IOWA WANT ADS ARE YOUR MARKET PLACE Titonka Soldier Builds 'Trailer' Pfc. Robert Bud long, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Endlong, Titonka, u serves in an -.ir ground crew in does i France, and recently he wrote Jus These are P uront - s t-h::t he was sleeping in a trailer house the boys have made for themselves. It is electric lighted and bus three beds. Robert also said that of his original crew there are but four left. Re. . cently he wrote asking his father News reports indicate the sen- to send him some rubber boots house convenes at 10 a. m., j and wool socks. Robert has been in service since August, 1942, overseas since Oct. 1943, and has passed around lo neighbors with a "What <.ii, you think—this fellow has an idea here'.'" and t'he thought is discussed pro and con. Not an Easy Day. V^i ate or and often adjourns at noon or early in the afternoon. Some think that is an easy day, and it | earned four bronze star's. that is all tfct is I would dune. Most legislators reach their desks in ihe morning at from 8:30 ° 9:30 ' Thfcr ck ' rks al ' e therc ' at KNITTING CLASS MEETS. Lakota, Jan. 29—Mrs. George Heetland was hostess to the 0 „ .,,, , , , ••- knitting class last week Tuesday 8 or d:.M and have the preceding afternoon. Three beanies 2 hel- day s bills and amendments in-1 mets. .and one pair of gloves were serted ready for study. The mail handed in Link operate tl]e Link Implement company at Swea City and Thompson. Mfs. Link at this writing had no,t definitely decided to accept th|e appointment. Chas. Ditswqrth is home again A private sev^age systetn for Your Farm Think what this means! The comfort of a modern home brought to every member of the family. Health and happiness with the utmost in sanitation now is possible through our DIAMOND he installation of BRAND SEPTIC TANK. And trie cost is so 'small. Easy to install too. B» the tbu voui home tue comfort Farm Home Now H«ye • b and (aside Toilet uoaeru1 that people F. S. Noiton & Son PHOJVE 229 4-tf Mr. Farmer — If you are going to do any tiling this spring, it is well to place your order now for spring delivery. Order your fence— Creosoted Posts, Steel Posts, barb wire today as we are securing some of these items. PHONE 229 F. S. NORTON & SON It's a year for sharing Sleds,rides to work,seats on trains,and party linea. Most people on party lines use a simple system to make telephoning smooth-working and convenient. It goes something like this ... ... They listen before calling to make sure • . the line is not in use. | i.. They never make a long series of calls. : f;.. They answer a ring promptly and make sure the receiver is in place when they're through talking. '.. . Mostimportam,theykeeptheircallsshort. Such "sharing" on party lines means better service for all. NORTHWESTERN Bill TELEPHONE COMPANY IF^YOU^CAN'J COMEJNlCALL '763 An u*ldress worth remembering 103 East State Street [Formerly States Cafe] GRANDOPENING FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2 Shop In person . . .re- ive .courteous jottentiont "'«*»".. <ind ~-& *A Shop by phone " : . it's economicoLtopt> 'A Lower, delivery^ ch w».» • •- ** •»•• *.•.»_! W_ to save yow>xtra"money 3T Rationing information .all restricted item

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