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PAGE EIGHT PRESBYTERIAL OF DISTRICT MEETS HERE Officers Are Chosen and Installation Takes Place. Pupils Entertain' Parents — n the high school home- classes prepared and buffet supper to their The annual spring meeting of Girls making served parents at the school building Wednesday evening. Spring flow^ ers were used on the serving table, and guests found 'their places at tables 1 which designated acces- ories suitable to the guests. The rrien's places were designated btf neckties; the women's by glove's and purses; and girls' places by shoes made in miniature frdrn construction paper. Following the dinner there was the Fort Dodge which is the women's Presbytcrial, » style show. The girls wore dresses they had made at school, nrganiza- tion in 47 churches in this . area and is one of the ten Presbyter- ials in the state, was held at the Presbyterian church here Friday, with three sessions, beginning at 10 a. m. and concluding at 8:45 p. m. The morning session was open- and others were on display. The dirtner was prepared under supervision of Helen Comfort, homemaking teacher, and was served to 90 guests. Girls in the class are' Alice Y au 6nn. Doris Ehrhardt, Betty Moore, Donna Chamberlain, Vidii Lindhorst, Emma Lou, Simpson, Mary Ann Chism, Bev-1 KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, iALQONA. IOWA Spring Dog Problem Faces Mason City's Council Too , ... , . . , „ , i erly Price, Betty Beukema, Alice ed with hymn singing, followed , BusSi Lois Barnard, Lorraine by prayer offered by Mrs. C. B. | Green, Elise Eller, and Virginia Murtagh, Algona. after which • Strayer. miscellaneous business was trans- j Dorothy Helmers, Shirley Bret- acted, with roll call of the soci- ; horst, <J<lorh' Crawford, Irene eties and election of officers j Kinseth, Kathryn Reisener, Bev- named by a nominating commit-1 erly Kain, Georgianna Batt, Dor- tec, othy Maharas, Kathryn Richard- Installation of Officers. son, Shirley Hansen, Darlene At 11:45 the elected district of-; Schnattschneider, Joan Kuchyh- ficcrs were installed by Mrs. H. | ka, Heleri McVeigh, Annabelle A. Mclnlosh, Vilhsea. president i Gronbach, Donna Mosher, Mar.i- of all-Iowa Prcsbytenals: j ] yn Blanchard, Maxine Reimers, Fanny Howell. president. Lakeland Audrey Voyles City; Mrs. Walter Kcmpley, first] 'vice, Algona; Mrs. J. M. Ken- i Aloona Girl a Bride— nedy, second vice. Estherville; Shirley Irene, daughter of Mr. Mildred Matlison, secretary, and Mrs. Glenn Crilly, and Rob- Rockwell City: Mrs. Richard Bra-i ort, son of Mrs. Anna Lovstad, der, treasurer. Lake City: Mrs. C. i Burt, were married at 9:30 A. Gutknecht, secretary for na- j Thursday at St. Cecelia's rectory tional missions and overseas sew- j here, the ceremony being per- ing, Lakota: Mrs. C. S. White-j formed by the Rev. J. M. Mallin- house, secretary for literature. : gor. Lone Rock. \ The bride wore a rose-colored Over at Mason City, as well as here in Algona, the spring dog problem has been receiving attention. In fact the question whether to leash by ordinance or not to leash packed the room with advocates on both sides when the Mason City council met last week Monday evening. "Not since the days of vaudeville," said the Globe- Gazette, "has there been so much applause in so short a time as followed each speaker." The Globe-Gazette went on to say: "Everything from the English common law down to the present day was thrown into the hopper to show that the dog has no less liberty and rights to roam at large than people themselves enjoy. Speeches on Both Sides. "Attorney Bob Servison pointed out that the supreme court of Iowa holds to this—at which point a new proposed ordinance conscientiously drawn up to take care of offending dogs was shelved, as far as council action was concerned, until a later meeting. "Following an eloquent plea for the dogs by Attorney S. L. Haynes, 'Doc' Schmidt and others of the North Central Iowa Rod and Gun club, there v/ere equally eloquent and effective pleas for the lawns, the shrubs, and the Victory Gardens of Mason City. "James McCoy, who stated that he started the campaign to leash dogs iby himself, but who found a lot of followers coming to his aid, insisted something had to be done, as he was 'tired of being a chamber maid for the dogs!' Compromise Suggested. "Although the 'English common law gives a dog the right to roam, Iowa laws make the owner of & dog liable for any damage done, Attorrtey Haynes pointed out, and any property owner whose property is damaged can be reimbursed. To put a dog on a leash, however, is to 'take the spirit put of a dog or make a vicious dog of him,' according to Mr. Haynes. "Mayor Bruce finally called a compromise, requesting that each group appoint a representative to meet with a councilman and the chief of police and city solicitor and draw up an ordinance suitable to all parties—then present this to the council for action. "This everyone agreed to and the council chamber was deserted except for the council, which continued on with its regular business. Time: 1 hour, 10 minutes." WA NT S FOR SALE — GOOD BALED straw.—C. E. Sigsbee, Hurt. 8p33-35 I AM SHEADING SHEEP again this year—Clyde Bristow, Burt, phone 6. 12p28-35 WANTED—TWO WAITRESSES, Algona hotel. Brown, manager. Contact Mr. 9u33 ONE—M-M MANURE SPREAD- er, good shape.—Arnold Dietering, Bancroft, la. 10u33 BIG SHIPMENT SEAT COVERS to fit all size cars.—Coast4o- Coast Store. 13u33 WANTED—WOMEN TO. WORK in reconditioning department. —Kent'Motor Co. ' 8u31tf WANTED—SECOND COOK. Experience not necessary. — Al- ON HAND 2000 W. LEGHORN cockerels; 2000 W. Leghorn pullets; 3000 W. Leghorns straight run; all 1 to 2 weeks old. —Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft. 23u29lf WANTED TO BUY—Old-fashioned dolls, buttons, charm string of buttons; dishes; old fashioned furniture; parlor kerosene latnus. —Write Leo Gribben, 835 W. 2nd St., Clear Lake, la. 25D32-33 ABERDEEN ANGUS BULLS of finest breeding and quality; also Shorthorn bulls, ready for service, and Ayrshire bulls 4 to 8 mos. old. Prices reasonable.— Ben G. Studer, Wesley, la. 29u20tf WANTED— TO BUY FOR cash. Tractors, plows, horse discs for repair purposes, hay loaders, side rakes, gr. drills, drags, field cults. What have you?--Foreston FOR SALE—ONE PAIR BASE- ball shoes, siie 9%, good condition.—Henry Geilenfeld, 2F4, Algona,. 14p33 CAN YOU FIT SHOES? IF SO, A GOOD PERMANENT JOB IS WAITING FOR YOU IN MASON CITY. TOP SALARY ACCORDING TO ABILITY. EITHER MAN OR WOMAN. WRITE US AT ONCE. B. & B. Shoe Store Mason City, Iowa 33 HYBRID SEED CORN State certified Hybrid No. 4316 —$5.00 to $6.50 per bu. No corn better for machine yielding ability on Early variety. picking, or good soils. Hdw. Minn. & Lmbr. Co., Foreston, 30u33 Iowa 306. This Hybrid is also called the Improved 939, Is a top yielder but a little later in ma- TUESDAY.jvprm, NOTICE OF WILL No. 5294 State of Iowa, Kossulh ss. In District Court term, 1945. '' To All Whom It Ma You are hereby an instrument O f writing porting to be Iho hist Testament of Loui so l 1 deceased, dated June 7th haying been this dav SPif"1 d an r d ™° ac1 ' Monday 7th day of May, 1!M5, j/.j for hearing proof O f same all Court Home in AIg ona , I 0 \?l fore the District Court nf'J County, or the Clerk ' Court; and at ten of o'clock ,• of the day above mentioned! persons interested arc hereby! tified and required to ;,npcar I show cause, if any thl-y why said instrument sluju be probated and allowed M for the last Will : ,nd Tucs ? _* „„:,! ,i_- ______ i •*•*-;> iai gona hotel, see Mr. Brown. Ilu33 j Family. WE WISH TO THANK OUR friends and neighbors for the many kind and sympathetic acts that came to us at the time of recent bereavement. — Mr. Dearchs and 33p33 UUb d illicit; jwni.1 in HIM £'ii i than the 4316—$4.00 to of said deceased. $5.50" per bu. • 9nD ?*5° at A1 fi°<™, M. A. SORLEIN 20 ' 1945 2 Miles north of Bode. uSO-33 HKLKN WHIT : Clerk of the District , GOOD USED CARS FOR SALE E - C. McMAHON, our and Mrs. Claude FOR SALE—JAYHAWK HAY I jFOR SALE—WALK-IN Cooler, stacker, used two seasons.— Herbert Nelson, Titonka. Ilu33 LET US HELP YOU HELP yourself to artificial insemination. —Art Dreyer, Whittemore. 12p29-34 'WANTED—HOUSEKEEPER; 2 in the family; modern home.— Inquire: Dr. L. W. Fox, Algona. 13p32-33 8x10, and 10-ft. meat or delicatessen counter. Both complete with coils. Can be purchased separately or together. Both $250 if taken in a short time.—Sorenson Grocery, Algona, la. 33u33 sorority. For two years Miss Fuller was Mrs. W. H. Goodnn, secretary I suit withTblack' accessories "and tSl^nu^^uSo/a^DSs" missionary education, Glidden; I had a.corsagc of talisman roses S™*_^fter which she ente?e1 the Future was given by Mrs. Ted Hoover. The last meeting of Mrs. A. J. Moe, secretary social i and white sweet peas. Attending education and action. Fort Dodge; \ her as bridesmaid was • her'sister Mrs. Clarence Bcycc, secretary '• Norma, who wore a beige suit for children, Rolfe; Mrs. E. L. i with .3 corsage of red roses and Marousek, secretary for mission-; white sweet peas. Paul Arend, ary letters. Jefferson: nominat-' Burt, was best man. Following ing committee, Martina Larson, ! the ceremony the bridal party Fort Dodge. Mrs. J. II. Orvis, Es-, had breakfast at Cook's, therville, Mrs. Everett Casey,' A weddinc dinner was served Officers of the local group arc ents to 35 relatives and close the club year will be held May 11 with Mrs. Bryan Asa, a member who lately moved from the Doan government foreign service. She , neighborhood to Algona. Mrs. Ivan Long, president; Mrs. '< friends of the newlyweds. The ta- A. E. Kresensky, president; hie w.?s centered with a . three. . Mrs. Alwin Huenhold. secretary; tiered wedding cake decorated in Mrs. Casey Loss, treasurer. Address by Missionary. The afternoon session \va,s giv- white and topped with a miniature bride and bridegroom. The took her training at Washington, I D. C., and was sent to Calcutta, Organizes New U. S. W. Unit- India, where she is now assigned f Mrs. Harold Gilmore, sixth dis- to the American consulate. j trict United Service Women pres- ' Lieutenant Coors was gradual- ident, attended county unit meet- ed from Cornell university, Itha- ings at Ellsworth and Belmond last week Monday and Tuesday, and helped organize a unit. at Woolstock. Friday she attended forces, and is stationed at Cal- a meeting of the Winnebago county unit at Forest City. ca, N. Y., and was a member there of the Sigma Phi Epsilon chapter. He is with the army air 1941 Plymouth Coach 1940 Pontiac Coach 1940 Mercury Club Coupe 1939 Zephyr Sedan 1939 Pontiac Coach 1938 Chevrolet Coach 1938 Ford Coach 1935 Chevrolet Sedan 1935 Plymouth Sedan 1937 Ford Truck with box. Real outfit for a farmer. See us to buy, sell, or trade/ FOR. SALE— ALL METAL Strol- ' used cars, Trucks, or Pick-ups. I lers, rubber tires, $11.95; 2-1 W. E. LEY, LAKOTA, IOWA burner electric stove, $9.95; 2- i -- : burner kerosene stove on legs,] SURGE MILKERS j _ $5.95; all metal medicine chest, j The demand for the Surge FOR SALE— ABOUT 70 BALES $2.95; car rubber mats, felt backs, Milker far 6 xce«ds the supply, alfalfa in barn. Had no rain.— f° r ' s11 size cars.— Coast-to-Coast an d it seems that orders for fall _ u '" , delivery keep increasing. So we KTNnNPqq AND wmmlhv ' "? g ° in9 *° ° ffcr l& su 99 estion KINDNESS AND sympathy Jhat some of you who Me . Algona, Iowa, Attorn G, R. Krause, Lone Rock, la. store - - : - -. , , .• IF' 1 l J- 1 *"! auiiit? UJL yuuf wnw cue *»i- FOR SALE— WALNUT Bedroom 1 of neighbors and friends in our Je dj t fa s b fa ,j suite, bed, chest of drawers, dressing table.- -Telephone 912. 12p33 with us a precious memory. Our sincere thanks to all those corn- WANTED, TO BUY — 1931 OR - forting us during the illness and A «« « £ rlpath nf niir helnvprl husband .rmd Au ? usl - J u « give us your order now and then possibly we will be able to take care of your order in July or of our beloved husband .and 1932 Ford, coupe body. —In- -father and brother.—T-he Bray ton quire Upper Des Moines Office. Family. 46p33 ; _^?£^ , WE TAKE THIS MEANS OF ex- FOR RENT — TWO MODERN' pressing our thanks to our sleeping rooms.—125 E. Lucas many friends and neighb6rs for Ot LINDE IMPLEMENT COMPANY Phono 64 Swea City, Iowa (Surge Milker Service) _u33 THE $64 QUESTIONS— WHEN WILL STALd REACH BERLIN AND Vffll WILL THE MARINES TA TOKIO? A Another question, and a lal one, is what kind of mir, als to feed Ihe brood sow i her litter to supply our at! ies with food. 1 The proof of the pudding! to ask your neighbor about" suits from my minerals, j ask ,your railroad agent, you will find that four ou five bags of mineral shipi. to points in Kossulh and Hul boldt counties are the WalJ Grove Product. Do as the most successl hog men have done for —ieed Walnut Grove lv als. H. S. FAIN Humboldt Phono 297-M. cutta. Cresco M. & D. Club Meets— j The Cresco Mothers & Daugh-' ters club met Wednesday with Honor Deqree Inspection— The Degree of Honor met Street, J. M. Ulrich, Algona. 12p33 FOR SALE—PUREBRED Chester White fall boars. — George Wolf. Lu Verne. Corwith phone Kopeke 36F16. 13u31-33 all .their kindnssses and sympathy at the time of our recent bereavement. — Mrs. Arthur C. Bernhard, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Westling, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd 39p33 WANTED—DISHWASHER, Al- ,11, .. w • TI| icrio tiuu tucL YY cuncaua,y WILH --- wqs hakeH by Mrs. John M _ 0 -p M T i^nhnT-ct Mrc T v en over to the discussion of the Dreesman, neiehbor of the bride. ' Mrs " R> M " Llmmorst - Mrs - L ' *•• work of the Presbytcrial. plan- ; Waitress were Marjorie Mitch- ning, membership budget, train-, en nnd Norma Voyles. I Bosworth teacher of the No 3 \rttS /-if Vldlvi • n r\ rldvi' v-4 m r i- \ r»i-i ml- TV IT T 11* JDUoWUl til* LUdHlCl (Jt Lilt- iN U. iJ ing OL n(_*m :; net ucpt;rimcul re- The now Mrs Lovstad isa/-» 11 i »*• i TT ports. Mrs. Harris Hillschcr, Fort graduate of the Aleona ^ [ re f n ° d *g°$> |"? te ? e ± m ,BilS : Dodfic, presented Callud to a Cir- school who for the la.st year and hn^Lt avan of Service, and was assisted one-half had been employed at 1. 5£. l.-. : by Mrs. A. J. Moo and Mrs. H. the Christensen store here. Mr, P. Thorn/is. Olathe, Kans. .Lovstad is a graduate of Burt At 4 oclock Gertrude Bayless, high school, and has been farm- who for •"•---- • • ary at talked to 100 school children, days, but arc now at home Miss Bay loss will return to China friends on a farm one and one- next fall, but is now attending 3 i half miles northeast of Burt. special school for training piano ! tuners. She is a music teacher, j Dinner for V. F. W. Women— and since.! there is no facility for, Thn V. F. W. Auxiliary enjjer- ,„.,,. - , ... . ,. T .- ,, , instrument-tuning in China,' she ' tained at 6:45 p. m. dinner last Wildm and Viola Mae Lindhorst, geria hotel. Wednesday at the VFW hall, with Mrs. James Struyk. Spencer, conditions. — See state organizer, present for year- ' manager. ly inspection. Mrs. Merle Web- I — ster is president of the local FOR SALTS group. Mrs. Lillian Sharp gnd Mrs. Rosella Harr were initiated. FOR SALE—DINING ROOM suite oak extension table, oak Pleasant working buffet, six leather bottom chairs, •Mr. Brown, five chairs, dresser, oak, leather Ilu33 davenport, library .table, hat rack "~ with glass curtains, drapes, •McCORMICK-Deer- opened with Star" . S. Wilon , .... ,-, . , „ ,„ _, Cranes, mrden nlow, cistern ing Little Genius plow 2-12 S. pump) ten dozen fruit jars, and Good condition.—John Haupert, other'articles.—717 S. Jones St., Burt. ' - i i^u v OLCIM i.-3 a fiitiuuciic ui. AJUI \,, j:-. _i iu p n arm nnn rnllpnll nn oclock Gertrude Bayless, high school, and has been farm-! "'" t Vr,H ™tv^U M™ w R " OH i'1-i'ii'c- 11 •• 11- -i vvi i C-f i /-v^ • f i • ii rrn i ' oUIlliO ctllU <tUlIlUib, J.VLL o» XT. AVi Yuenli'e Hun-rn £hmn" 1"« ^ hlS ^^ ^ cou / le Clayton reported a county feder- j uciiniiL? iiunan, L^mna, (Aft tor a wonninff trin for a TP\V . • . • , , , . i in inn CM-,,,/-,! ,-.1-, i M mr, i u i vv< -" ul "t, "'i-' "" a •'•'-«' ation meeting, and the club voted 10 iuu sciiool cnildren. davs but ^rp now at homo to . ,> - t \ • • > • ... . l -» e 'J' J » LJLIV <J4^- iiww a L iiuiliu i,w i J tcnc . t -.c.a tinrH i/^t*-,^ TM^MIOC (Mher Society Mrs Kate Annis and her daugh- \ FO R SALE—SOME GOOD baled 11 O1 **A »*«••»*-* "*• *«**-**-tJ. i * i 13p33-34 Claude A. Samson. 47p33 . Pump and Windmill W&s Plumbing, lioafing 1 , jMiinj) iind niiuliuil! work John Hegarty Piionu 255 were Sunday dinner ( .., hay for horses O r cattle. Reas- gC82»0}#m*»S^C8:TOCe^^ meeting, and the dispense with joint picnics with other mother and daughter clubs for the duration. Program numbers were a music;) 1 pi.a>no solos by Mrs. will teach young men the rudi- week Tuesday at Mrs. i;H. S. I and group singing of hymns. The ments. ! Montgp Jory's in honor.i'oif-' the " cx <; meeting will be at Mrs. W. The evening session was open-' wives df Spanish-American' war £• Boswprths May 9, Mrs. B. H. ed with an organ prelude by Mrs. ! veterans of the fifth disfcrict. ; The; Pot P er assistant, Fred Geigel, Algona, and wor- V. F. ship was led by Mildred Matli- ?t a banquet at the dub rooms son, Rockwell City, after which i Hint evening. Miss Bayless gave 'an address. meeting were dinner was Attending 180 persons, served at noon bv Circle D of the local church women, Mrs. J. J. Wadleigh chairman. . , . -.-i -Women .of the' auxiliary' who j Townsend Club • Meeting— •The Algona Townsend club met last week Tuesday with-Mr. ter Beth guests at the Dr. A. L. Rist- Griggs home. Sunday was Mrs. Annis's birthday. The Legion Auxiliary will meet with Mrs. George Conklin Thursday, and members will sew carpet rags, CONTRACTSTRE READY FOR ALL CITY TEACHERS onable.—Leo McEnroe, 30F21, Algona. 14p33 FOR SALE—45 BUSHEL STEEL hog feeder, $25.00; sorrel horse, smooth mouth, $50.00. Phone 30F22. 15p33 FOR RENT—GARDEN SPACE already plowed. First place south of the Kossuth hospital.— Mrs. S. E. Noland. 15u33 We're "Long" on Shorties -women oi me' auxiliary wnoi" , ;, " .:» i ^ — J ,w,_ V \1 Af o ^ooAWi ^0^4; „ t ^ M nromroH Tnri qoTT.oH riinnr,^ a t -the. ] and Mrs. M. J. Kruse. The club At a recent meeting of the Al- nrepareci and served dinner attne, . , m _ n _,. i j * -* onnn <=phr,ni hnm-H ail tr. a r>v, 0 ,-c ^t 0 Montgomery home were Mes- v ,° lec L money FOR SALE—EIGHT SPOTTED Poland China brood sows.— James Brophy, 4 J /4 miles north of I Algona on 16?. ....., ,,;- , 15p33 Mrs. Alvin Carr. Ireton formed Ivadel Cnughlin, Algona, visited at her sister Mrs. Andrew Hanson's a wer;k :igo Saturday till last \Vi-ek Monday. Mrs. Hansen has been a patient at the Kossuth hospital three weeks, following a cars collision at a highway intersection two miles south of the Martinck school, where she was teaching. It is thought that Mrs. Hansen rlames TCdw. Hopkins, Wilbur Zeicrler, Harvey Johnson, Frances Willey, and Alice Simons. Table decorations were bowls of nink tulips, white narcissus, and bluebells. Following dinner there was a social hour and contests, after which the guests were taken to see the movie, "Meet Me in St. Louis," starring. Judy Garland. The guests included Mrs. Geo. Munch, Arnolds Park; Mrs. T. R. Rutledge, Emmetsburg; Mrs. H. C. Armstrong, Britt; Mrs. L. P. Stillman, Dolliver; Mrs. Fred Story Estherville; Mrs. Lewis Hawkins, Ruthven; Mrs. Wm. j Vescclius, Britt; Mesdames Paul I Wille, George L. Spongberg, Fern j I Hardgrove, Edith Taylor, and I Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe, all of Algona. the Townsend national council, which will have regular meetings with congressmen in Washington. Council members are not on a salary but are supported by club contributions. A local membership contest is in progress, and the men are leading, Wm. R. Carney being gpna school board all teachers siring to return next year were tendered contracts, and were ad-1 cr . n T rmo vised that "bonus" r aym» n ts' would add 6 to 8 per cent of present staff who elect to return. Vacancies by resignation will not be definitely known till later. The full instructional staff to- FOR SALE — POLLED HERE- ford bulls, serviceable age, at' farmers prices.—P. M. Christen- '> la. 12ul8tf INLAID LINOLEUM, linowall.JS tile, laid by experts. Custom work.—Cowan Bldg. Supply Co.,' phone 275, Algona. 13ul8tf, tals 42, and the staff represents FOR SALE—TWO STEEL frame total of approximately 150 years ' baby buggies, only used a short of college training, or better than time. Pad and stormshield in- the group played 500, and the three and one-half years average eluded. Call 2F4, Algona. 18p33 ~" to the member. Approximately leading contestant. Following the business meeting hostess, assisted by Mrs. A. M. — — --t- f —......v.^^ -,-.„ „ . T „ T ,,,« T ^r^,-,,-, Anderson, Mrs. Wm. Carney, and one-half of the members of the . FOR SALE—JOHN DEERE, 2- Mrs. Andrew Bjustrom, served staff have had ten or more years boUom lo-in. tractor plow. lunch. The next meeting will be of teaching experience, and"75 y. erv , go ° d condition. — Vincent held May 1 at Wilbur Holdren's, P er con t have had more than five Eisenbacher, Wesley, Iowa. 15p33 and the entertainment planned is years. The Rummage Bingo. will be at weeks more. the hospital throe She suffered a se- U. S. W. Officers Installed— The United Service Women FOR SALE—FERTILIZER attachment for John Deere 999 Brophy, 4 Vz Algona on 169. 15p33 Former Algona Girl Weds— Monday evening, and newly Ellen, daughter of Mrs. C. R. I elected officers were installed by : 3 ommerenine. St. Paul, and Set I Mrs - Harold Gilmore, sixth dis- Pommerening, St. Paul, and Sgt. Lloyd Elbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Elbert, Whittemore, were verely wrenched shoulder and j married Saturday morning at back, fractured ribs, and verte- Sanborn, the Rev. Edward Fandel brae injuries. Mrs. Han.sen was completing a school term for Dorothy Steven, who rosignocl to be married, and j a corsag'e" of "roses." Her"attend"ant performing the ceremony. The bride wore an aqua green trict resident. Retiring president was Mrs. Sam Medin; Mrs. W. G. Curtis, incoming president. First vice-president is Mrs. A. W. Amunson; second, Mrs. Bruce Sandberg; secretary, Mrs. H. J. hand. following statement is from a recent U. S. Chamber of Commerce bulletin on file in the office of C. C. Secretary Phillips: "The per capita retail sales in the United States, in dollars, are FOR SALE—JOHN DEERE 10- P lgnh ^jn those stales where there inch Hammer mill complete «mn ™? e r educ ; aUonal(lo Y el; t , he with dust collector.—A. J. Grand- same relation also exists in relation to magazine circulation and telephones used. "Apparently good education and good business go hand in gennett, S. church, St. Benedict. 16p33 -i. m_ ui i\_ivj vv v»4 \^ mi nu ua K.I\-S~H ,-,•, — . •»» m i • i suit with brown accessories and Sherman; treasurer, Mrs. Tobitha FOR SALE—MODERN six-room home, $4,500; modern 7-room For example, in Iowa the home, $4600; good locations.—See now Mrs. John Shepard, Wesley, former Prairie township teacher, is finishing the term. Before marriage Mrs. Shepard, the former Rita Wingert, was in service, was Mary Jane Foley, Sanborn, and the bridegroom was attended by James Epping, also Sanborn. The new Mrs. Elbert is a 1933 graduate of the Algona high and her husband is in overseas school, arjd before going to St. ' service. EVERETT BLACK AT A FORTRESS FLIGHT CENTER Alexandria, La., April 21—Pfc. Kverett P. Blnck, Rfd. 1, Algona, fa., has been assigned to the Alexandria army air field, a Flying Fort.sess combat crew train- inr? center. This field is part of the Third air force, which trains heavy and medium bombardment crews in the United Stjtes. Listed among the instructors are many officers and enlisted men who have seen action in every theater of war. Pfc. Black was graduated from the Altfnna high school, later attended Wheaton (111.) college. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Black of the Kame Rid, 1, Paul was employed at the Sorensen grocery store here. She is Wilson. median number of years of school Joel M. Herbst, Real Estate and completed ' by persons over 20 Ins. 22u33 Shower for Bride-Elect— A pre-nuptial miscellaneous shower at which Shirley Voyles was honoree was given last week Tuesday evening at Mrs. Glenn Crilly's. Hostesses were Norma l years old is nine; in Mississippi, ' 7.4. In Iowa in 1940 <oer canita in 1940 per capita FOR SALE—SOME CHOICE numbers of Funks G. hybrid seed corn.—Cecil Bjustrom, Whittemore, and Quinten Bjustrom, Algona. 18p32-36 school, recently returned from three years overseas. Father Fandel, who was reared at Whittemore, entertained at a wedding breakfast in the couple's I honor following the ceremony, i Paul, where the bride will continue her work. I Enid Fuller is Engaged— ! Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Fuller announce engagement of their' daughter Enid E. to Lt. Robert 1 Morse Coprs, son of Mrs. Morse i Coors, Ithpca, N. Y., and Herman F. Coors, Atlanta, Ida. | Miss Fuller was graduated from the Algona high school, af-' ter which she attended Pomona college, Pymona, Calif., Jn.^r the • A. I. _ L,. )es Moines. ^«S ri \V3£ uiiiLi^d ;.vith ^t AJpha Iota was served after the bride-to-be had opened gifts. Shower at Mrs. Schumacher's— Mesdames Louis Schumacher, Burnell Brunsvold, and Marvin Donahue were Sunday evening miscellaneous shower hostesses at Mrs, Schumacher's in honor of Maybelle Keene Geilenfeld. The entertainment was 500, and Mrs. C. R, Kollasch, Whittemore, was high, Mrs. Roger Elbert low. Mrs. Lawrence Keene, of Utah, also won a prize. There were -10 guests. Doan Women's Club Meets— The Dqan Women's club met Wednesday at Mrs. Ross Buffington's, and rollcall was answered toy naming a radio program for A report on. Youth in retail sales stood at $324; in Mis- 1 sissippi, at $129. TWO BOYS FROM KOSSUTH BEGIN NAVY TRAINING Great Lakes, 111., Apr. 20—Two | Kossuth county, la., men are now i receiving initial naval indoctrination at the training center here: ' ics and science. Dewey V. Wilson, 29, husband of Ask Advance. Eu r genl ra E e VaSTs loTo'f Mr' FLOOR SANDING AND REFIN- ------ • jshmg. Heavy commercial LOST — LADY'S BRUEN 17- jewel watch, black band. Lost on west side of Mainliner corner. If found leave at Upper Des Moines office. 22p33 WANTED — 2 HIGH SCHOOL teachers, one for typing and history, other for home econom- Top salaries.— 31-33 equipment. Portable power plant. and Mrs. W. L. Vaudt, Rfd. J, Whittemore, la. ' -._ - ->,,•,,-,•-„-The recruit training consists of ' ^?°^?" ^ dg " Su P^ C °V, 1DM instruction in seamanship, mlil- ' 275> A1 g° na - 14ul8tf tary drill, and general naval procedure. During this period a series of aptitude tests will be taken by the recruits to determine whether they will be assigned to a naval service school, to a shore station, or to immediate duty at sea. When the recruit completed, the men period of leave, training js have a SALE — LATE 15-30 tractor, 1939; G.. M. truck with stock and grain box; 10-ft. John Deere binder.—Carol ^ ^^M^^ ^^ ^mm .^^K_ -^ ^A A ^f M1"V Tc-57 T9 V v ^ J JLL JLrti Jaa j J J Gnrischill D The Smartest Coat of Many a Season. AW.W.W.V. We have just received large shipments of (he very fashionable and much wanted "Shortie" es This is the smartest, most wanted ready-to-wear item that has come out of the Fashion Mills for many a year. We have a fine selection — in many beautiful colors, with novel touches of braid, belted and loose, and you'll really en joy wearing this clever coat. No time like the present to make your selections. WE HAVE A FULL RANGE OF PRICES Easter is not the end of the Spring season here. We'll be getting new coats, suits and dresses until May 1st. Hutchins, Algona. 21p33 FOR SALE — EAGLE WATER proof home insulation, "blown in. Expert inspectiap. estimating service.—Cowan B13g. Supply CP.J phone 275, Algona. 17u}8tf A fine assortment of washable cottons and rayons and Bem- bergs for early summer at $6.50 and $6.95. All s i zcs in . eluding half sizes.