Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 5, 1945 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 5, 1945
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PAGE FOUR HODGEPODGE WebsUt—A stew of various ingredients, a mixture. JOSHHiGGINS' VOICE OF AGRICVLTURE WATERLOO, IOWA MORNINGS 7:00—Dr. Bacon-Anl. Sci...Mon. thr. Sal. 1:15—Klecn Maid News....Mon. Ihr, Sat. 7:30—Organ Melodies Mon thr. Sat. 8:00—Breakfast Club Mon. thr. Sat. 9:00-*-My True Story Mon. thr. Frl. What's CookinJ Suturdaj 9:2, r —Aunt Jemima Mon. thr. Frl. 9M5—Ono Womsn'p Opinion Monday The Listening Post..Tuo«. thr. Frl. 10:00—Tom Breneman Mon. thr, Fri. 10:30—f,il Martyn Mon. thr. Frl. • Betty Moore Sat. 10:45—Lo'.s lartK & 3 Suns Sat. 11:011—niamotir Manor Mon. thr. Fri. 11:30—Hlggins' Farm Hour.Mon. thr. Sat. AFTERNOONS 32:00—ttath's Land 6'Corn..Mon, thr. Sat. 12:15—H. R. r.ro?a—News..Mon. thr. Sat. 12:30—Finchville Farm Hour Mon. thr. Sat. 12:-15—Ava Jnhn=on Mon. thr. Sat. 1 :00—John B. Kennedy... .Mon. thr. Fri. 3 :30—la. St. Teachers ColL.Mnn. ttir. Fri. 2:00—Appointment with Life Mon.thr.Fri. 3:00—"Time" Views Newt Mon. thr. Fri. 3:15—Irene DuMond ....Mon., Wed., Fri. 4. : no—la. St. Teachers Coll..Mon. thr. Fri. 4:30—Jubilco SincMB Mon. thr. Fri, 4:4.1—Hop Harridan.. Mon. thr. Fri. F, :(10—Terry and the Pirates Mrm. thr. Fri. 6:45—The Country Editor..Mon. thr. Fri. 6:00—Grain Belt Hungers Mon. V.'cd. Thurs. Frl. f, :!.•—T. R. fivmr—Kfews..Mnn. thr. S->t. f, :^n—nid You Know? Mon. thr. Frl. r,:'~— T.•..fr.-.Tfl M"lotl>«.. .linn. thr. F;-i. t:i~/—E;-e Witnesi Nssvs -^t. IN ADDITION TO the howl that papa puts up when the little woman uses beer as a rinse for hair is an additional added hazard to be run in the dryer households. That is simply this —the minister may come to call and darn near stumbling over go on his beak the empty on the back porch while en route to view the garden. Such an embarrassing moment almost happened one day last week in Algona, but the minister was agile and must have been a whing- dinger on roller skates in his younger and less dignified days. * * * • A REAL OPTIMIST is the fellow who plants the field next to the river north of town, which land has been flooded twice so far this spring. But when he does get a crop it is a daisy, so it is reported, because MEMORIAL DAY PROGRAM GIVEN FORLAKOTANS Lakota, June 4—Memorial day services were held at the school auditorium with the following program: Processional, Margaret Schroeder; pledge of allegiance; invocation, the Rev. F. F. Darnauer; reading, Stand Up America, Rodney Heetla'nd; vocal solo, Rose of No Man's Land, Dorothy Schroeder; address, the Rev. E. Cass; vocal duet, God Bless Our Men, Fauchon and Faustine Heetland; reading, Pauline MiHer The Legion Auxiliary KOSSUTH COUKTY ADVANC.E, ALGONA, IOWA- — —"WANT TO BUY—e to s-room house immediately . Box Ottosen Veteran Suffers Arm Wound on Okinawa Otosen, June 4—In a letter received this week by' Mrs. Hollis Cooper from her husband he tells of receiving a flesh wound in the lef.t forearm May 8th, while serving in the 77th infantry division on Okinawa, He was hit by Jap sniper fire and is in a hospital in the Marianas Islands. He' said he was really enjoying the mattresss arid sheets. He took part in the Iwo Jima WANTED TO BUY—Used typewriter. H, Bruce Loewenstein, Luverne. POR SALE—4-WHEEL trailer. Edward Kain, Algona. 7p39 FOR SALE—STANDARD bred race horse stallion, eligible for FOHTSALE OR TRADE—Cook- stove. Perry Phillips, Phone 27F23, Algona. KOSSUTH'S MARKET PLACE —biggest bargain—4000 copies of your want ad distributed for only a few cents. ADVANCE, If the 7th and 8th grade history class: 7th, tie bctwen Paul Darnauer and Lois Leslie for 1st, 2d 1st, Delos King, 2nd. The Rev. Mr. Darnauer gave the benediction after which many drove of the silt left by the overflow—i to the two cemeteries where flo- much like the Nile, at that. I wer girls led by Medames Geo- be awarded the Purple Heart. He was on Okinawa three weeks son of Mr. and ,Mrs. George Cooper, farmers west of town. He was graduated from the Ottosen school in 1940, and entered the service a year ago • last Feb- ruarryi and has been overseas! sine last July. He has another brother Donald in an infantry outfit in a camp in Arkansas. BETHCHA THIS IS the only rge Heetland and Francis Adams placed wreaths on the graves of all soldiers. PRATT & LAMBERT <=Tke ENAMEL town in the state with a state all soldiers. Taps was given by senator operating the linotype j Virgil Wirtjes. A formation of for one paper, and a former sen-] nine bombers flew over the ator officiating at the console of crowd as the service was being the migh'.y linotyc at the other given in Maple Hill cemetery. paper in the town! And running | a contrary, blankety-blank linotype should be as good a test of the qualification for state senator as any, for no constituent Four Are in' Hospitals— Little Michael Ellsworth, son of the Dean Ellsworths, was brought home from the rospital MRS. HUFF, 74, SEXTON, DIES; BURIAL MAY 29 Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Huff, 74, who died on May 26, were held at the Sexton Methodist church last week Tuesday afternoon, the Rev. J. .A. Riggs, " T " ad .distributed for Wesley-Sexton pastor m charge ^ cents _ ADV ANCE. 10u39 INLAID LINOLEUM, linowall, tile, laid by experts. Custom work.—Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 13ul8tf WANT ADS BRING BUYER and seller together; 4000 copies of Geilenfeld, Algona. two 2F4, C. A. 22p38-41 TUESDAY, JUNE 5, A1 gona, Iowa, uiilil 2 2 clock p. m., June' u the furnishing " ' 1045, FOR SALE - EAGLE WATER proof home insulation, "blown in." Expert inspection, estimating service.—Cowan Bldg. Supply Ca. phone 275, Algona. 17ul8U FOR RENT—NICE unfurnished 3-room apartment with private bath and entrance. One or two adults preferred. Mrs. Henry Johansen, 517 E. Lucas St., Algona 24-3-39 tank Wagons, to i Kossuth. Bidding additional informati secured .at the office O f t n * unty Engineer, Ali-oiu T , ' Io on s may June 1, 1945. 1MMEHKALL ninl " Audit,? 1 SALES VACANCY Will consider r,,, ° n °'l The Hollis Coopers have one fiv0e sons and a small son Lloyd, who with his "" mother, lives oh the George Cooper farm west of town. Joseph Show, Wesley, accompanied by Mrs. Everett Steven, Sexton, sang Beautiful Isle of Somewhere; Saved by Grace; and No Night There. Burial was made in Evergreen cemetery west of Wesley beside the grave of the late Mr. Huff, and pallbearers were the only a tf. Club Plans Service Quilt— The Ladies Rural club met could possibly be as onery and at Buffalo Center Friday follow- demanding as the machine. And' ; ng an operation for appendicitis political "heat" is like ""* " ' • ... soft summer breeze in unto a comparison with a squirt of molten lead Thursday afternoon at Mrs. John Coyle's with 13 -answering roll call. President Mrs. Roy Telford presided, and plans were completed for making a service quilt to be auctioned.; off sometime next winter. The commit, tee in charge is Mesdames Geothe week before. Diana, dau- rge Cooper, Mike Coyle, and Ar- ghter of the Fred Schroederiv underwent an appendectomy at cnie Struthers. Mrs. Ewie gave the lesson for Mrs. Bennett and Mrs. Archie Struthers read an in the PUSS when something; goes , the Blue Earth hospital Tuesday . .„_ u „„ 1WV4 „„ haywire with the blamed things. anc i j s recovering. Mrs. Henriet- ! article from the Reader's Digest. : ' : ::: ! ' : ta Aaldreks was taken tp an Al-1 Quests were Mrs.' Harold John- gona hospital Tuesday suffering SO n and daughter Diane, and « LEGIONNAIRES in the parade were kidding each otuer that when the present war vet- with heart trouble. Mrs. Chris Asmussen was taken to the FOR SALE — POLLED HERE- ford bulls, serviceable age, at farmers prices.—P. M. Christenson, Lone Rock, la. 12ul8tf FOR SALE—80 ACRES near Algona, good buidings, one of the best producing 80's in Kos- Good price if bought suth co. at once, na. man v;icimcy * arm "cquiJ honest hard working sales work to fill '< your locality. Fan ance an advantage. M u y car. God pay weekly, wl isn all material and Selling experience but not required. Some present men with t r entury. C. w; Nicoulin, Algo-jf Cenury. 27u39-40 ' P cat W .r itc a LOST—MALE TAN Chcsapeak, Seven years ago Mrs. Huff suffered a broken hip, and had siin.ee been a semi-invalid, though otherwise in good health, except for an attack of pneu- — - , monia when she was hospitaliz- j ford Carlson, Wesley. Phone^lSJS ed at the Kossuth hospital. Attending out of town son Jesse, the David Huffs, Mr. and Mrs. John Bockes, daughter I WANT TO THANK my friends and neighbors for their many ( kind deeds, flowers, and cards, FOR SALE—Hereford bulls, ser-1 extenf j ec i to me during my re- vieable age. Both registered cent iu nesSi Melvin Rieken, Aland grade. Also good grade open 26p39 heifers. Joseph Skow, Wesley ' | as position will long. Sales r, , -US qu| Goods soil nd] if inter, be |goa. 18p38-40 ABERDEEN ANGUS BULLS of "finest breeding and quality; also Shorthorn bulls, ready for wgt. 80100 Ibs, answers, to the! service anc j Ayrshire bulls 4 to name of Caesar. Reward. Clif- 16p39 Kathryn,' all of Luverne; the east, West Bend, Phone 8 mos. old. Prices reasonable.— Ben G. Studer, Wesley, la. 29u20tf FOR SALE—Purebred year-'old j s uDSBERRYS CHOICE, Ameri- bull, with papers. ' Paul Bern-1 can sat jdle stallion at stud, dark inghaus, 1 mile north, 2% miles i reF i s t e red yearling saddle fillies A TTr-._l T~J«*-J T3l-.ritii-v 1 R1 r\n ' . ** i « r* i 11 L £-.—~, William Hensens, Webster City; Ida Higgins, Eagle Grove; and Mrs. Hannah Johnson, of Duncombe, daughter Zelda. Mrs. Huff, the former Mary Matilda McMullen, was born at Peoria, 111., May 29, 1871. At 12 she was orphaned, and thereafter, lived with an aunt, Mrs. A. Mrs. Tenfoid7a'ir o f Thor]'ad Mrs" j J - Cooper, Guthrie, 111, till she Leonard Lehns and'. Mrs. Hollis rhat^wprjcl ,':OutcJopr 'means just that^Effe'c'fo withstands the attacks of the elements..,. So, of course, when used on interior surfaces, it '•3ts even longer. Use Effecto con- fidently on wood or metal—wherever a | tough, durable, weather-and-wear- resistant high gloss finish is required. Come in and ask 1 for,.a.'Color.cafd showing the sixteen modern, lustrous, sparkling colors! Cowan Bldg Supply Co. Phone 275 ALGONA, IOWA erans return tne yets or World I Lutheran hospital Wednesday , Cooper and son Lloyd. ' The next War I can ride in the buggy with , f or 0 ma jor operation. I meeting will be a pot luck meet- fee fringe on top as old timers, j ing in the Presbyterian church. Time was when the Spanish-Am- Annual Firemen's Ball Given— -- erican war vets were the young | Firemen had their annual ball Otlosen Club Closes Year— The last meeting of the year for the Progressive club was held Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Clara Salberg. The meeting was presided over by the president, Mr.s. Ralph Richards. It was fellows, and there was quite a a t the dance hall Thursday even- gatnenng of Civil War vets for j ng w j t h the Skipper Berg or- 1 "" ' Now theS-A! C hestra, of Albert Lea, playing, timers, and! A large crowd attended'. The the annual parade, boys are the old there's a . ...^.^ o - new crop cf vets just community lire truck has been around the corner to push the! delivered and is ready for use. was, married March 15, 1893, to John H. Huff, Columbus, O. Mr. Huff died in 1931. The widow had lived in the Sexton neighborhood during the last 21 years. There v/ere eight children, but one daughter, Gertrude, died in 1924. Six sons are Cecil, Luverne; John, Wesley; William, Sexton; Leslie, Algona; Ray, Cedar Rapids; and Clarencc.in the ar- 1918 youngsters into the wheel-; The fire whistle blew Thursday i voted that the club ' give $5 in | mv in Germany. One daughter, • chair class. SENTIMENT SEEMS to , afternoon giving the firemen an memory of a member of a club i Leota, who is Mrs. Stanley j opportunity to get out the new member's family if killed in the | Gardner, resides in Algona, and be truck for a fire in the basement service. Mrs. G. S. Purdy and I there arc nine grandchildren. giving Truman at least 100 pcr| 0 f the theater, taut the blaze was Mrs. Clara Lander both gave re- ' * cent for effort, and a high score pu t out before the firemen got' ports from the magazine. Mrs. Evered Bryant gave the lesson 20. 15 n« ™ chestnut color. SUmding at farm Muiy _ i mi. clist and Vfe mi. south.of Al- hnnrs j gona. Inquire or write for particulars. Colts to show. Also two for sale.—C. R. Hutchins. 40p37-39 42nd Street, Omaha,' N^ —-- - ""'""•••••I ••••BHSHKBm^ Summer Washabies FOR SALE—Hampshire b | serviceable age, immune and, guaranteed. New stock for old customers Joseph Skow, Wesley. 17p38-40 WE WI SH TO THANK our many "for the beautiful flowers and the many kindnesses extended to us at the WANTED-SOMEONE for house' neighbors and friends per day.—Phone 500 or 71 after 5 p. rn._F. B. Timm, 210 E. Kennedy St. 36tf FLOOR SANDING AND REFIN- I ishing. Heavy commercial | equipment. Portable power plant. —Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone j 275, Algona. 14ul8tf the time of the death of our beloved mother. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Huff Mr. and Mrs. John Huff Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Huff Mr. and Mrs. Ray Huff , Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gar. . dner ' Clarence and William Huff. 50p39 1 NOTICE OF LETTING Sealed bids will be received PERSIAN KITTENS — THREE months, vaccinated, house broke, yellow or black, $3. Mrs. George Broesder, Algona, north \ TCUl gt; ±J1 Ut-OVJV-l j .{^.IgWAlUj llUJ.k** I I -*,'- v"—«~ — , Plum Creek gravel pit. 20p3'J | at the office of the county aud- bo tar in periormancc. -us way : there. o! being presidenl-by-coopera- tion is quite different than the past 12 years, and the people- like it. Church Aid Has Program— W. E. Gutknecht, trom the .Header's Digest, and NURSE GRADUATED. Esther Strayer was graduated Sunday from St. Joseph's Mercy Mrs. Knut Oppedhl gave the re- hospital school of nursing, Fort view of the movie The Clock. Her parents, Mr. and THERE SHOULDN'T be too much concern over Russia's Mesdames I Delia Smith, Ernest Wortman,' Lunch was served by the host- Mrs. J. A. Strayer, and brother i Co.rt Rippcntrop were hostesses ess. Glenn, and the latter's family to the Presbyterian Aid at the ... Other Ottosen News. church Thursday with 30 women distrust of the U. S. and Britian.! present. Mrs.'W. D. Ley had After all neither of these Allies | charge of devotions; Geraldine ' Glenn, and the latter's attended the exercises. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Oppod'ahl vi -•- ••. v — »_ilt*ig^ UJ. VAVJ V >_» LHJ11O , V-JCTJ. CU.VAllil_ j •»-. . •- .• •_ ., _ , showed too much confidence in' Jansen read a poem, Come, Fol- and son Peter, Mrs. Bertha Oppe- Russia when the Germans at-: low Me: Mrs J A Barear read dahl and sons Harold and Rich- i__i_.*i_ i -ii , il . * .' to 1 -*-* *v-w« i m*H «^v\/4 T\/f -*»o T/"v, i. i- /"\ ,-..•»,-. ,.1 _, \~, 1 Legion Ballroom Bancroft • .• . . * - Fri., June 8—LYNN KERNS -Tu«.,,June 12—'SKIPPER' Berg Fri., ^ii ; ne-i'5—AL MENKE interesting paper on women ! ' ---- -- -- ' tacked, and neither was too mijch I concerned at that time withi 0 f the Biblel Margaret-Sehroe-1 an £ son r what happened. In fact thdret<3er gave a piano" solo, arid=% i filers at r* nn mnrl t ~ V./-. ,, *Urt^T.ir 4-lt n n4Uri4l-_--l _. 1 M fl 1TI P tlPHl - .Mrs, Knut were 'j! seemed to be a theory then that the Germans were doing a pretty fair thing in taking communism for a buggyride—one-way. And the Russians can't forget it, and can we blame them too much, despite the fact our opinion of Russia has undergone a complete reversal since the early days of the war? The strange part is that Russia is willing and does go farther in cooperation than U. S. and British diplomats contemplate at the moment. Russia goes for world cooperation constructively, thought with a bull in a china closet technique, while'too often diplomats merely just talk about it. Not that the ^Russians are perfect—far from it—but their approach to a situation is realistic. * * * * BOYS WHO HAVE been pri- ',. sorters of the Germans and come home to see how the Ger- lunch was served. Gold Star Mother Honored— The Rev. and Mrs. F. F. Darnauer drove to Bricelyn, Minn., Memorial day taking with them Mrs. Mary Zoller, who was among Gold Star mothers honored at a service in the afternoon. Mrs. Zollncr's son Vernon killed in the south Pacific spring and another son severely wounded about same time. FOR SALE—Steel bed with spring, three quarter size. O. H. Stoeber, Fenton. p38-39 home near Thor. Mr. aiid Olaf Lee and son Thomas, Ind Isiac Lee, all of Thor, were also there. Richard Oppedahl remained for a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hofius, Mrs. Alf Lee and children Tqrry and Barbara, and Mrs, Knut .Oppedahl and Knut Jr. were Memorial day guests ONION SKIN thin pa- cockle finish, 8M>xl4, just ' -ADVANCE. I FOR SAiE—Ivory Riverside cookstove', iexcellent condi^ tion Phone 22-1. Lone Rock. 27u39 Other Lakota News. Mrs. Margaret Warburton, Des Moines, and her son, Will- was memorial aay guests at Mrs. last Cora Bacon's, Algona. Mr. and was j Mrs. Lloyd Elston and Mrs. May- the me Hofius, Algona, were -also there. Mrs. Clara Solberg and Oliver Christensen and son Billy attended the Memorial day services at the Lutheran church in Bode. The Rev. O. B. Anderson, of jam, Kansas City, Mo., who ] spent l.HUmboldt' condlucted^lhe ] last weekend visiting relatives here, left Tuesday afternoon for Jhey drove to Kansas City, where Mrs. Warburton is spending a week visiting. Mr. nd Mrs. W. D. Ley enter- POST AM) T HAXSFE H Storage of All Kinds g /Distance Huuling EveryJ'ilpad insured against loss and damage of all kinds. Equipped . to do all kinds of hauling iuid draying. PHONE 298 • Algona, la. Figuero Ballroom LIVERMORE. IOWA June-7—Oing Ellis. June 14—Sam Campbell. June 21—Carl Bean . man prisoners are treated here i tained at a family dinner" May 26 arc bitter, and Their''Stories of justifiably so.! in honor of the 30th wedding treatment they anniversary of W. D.'s parents, received by the Nazis make the Mr .and Mrs. W. E. Ley, and lot of 1 the German prisoners in I their own 5th wedding annivers-1 our hands seem like heaven in ary. comparison. A few liberated Delos King, who has made his Americans should be put on as: home with his sister and family, guards ,when they request it as Mrs. Milton Paulson, and attend- many do. They figure the Nazis cd junior high, left for Omaha still think they've won the war, Saturday to visit his mother. Mesdames Jerry /HeetlandJ services. Mrs. Irvin Movick returned home Tuesday from the hospital at Iowa City, where she had been taking treatments for arthrJjti,s.' the past two weeks. Her condition is much improved. Mr, and Mrs. Percy Watnem and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Alme and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Baven- of Emmetsburg,.. all went FOR SALE—8-yeairold |blajck : Morgan saddle mare. Herb Hedljund, Phone 974-J, Algona. 14P39 WANTED TO BUY — Kitchen cabinet in good condition Almira Green, Phone 291 after 6 p. m. 15p39 WANT ADS are the biggest bargain in the world—4000 copies of your ad distributed for a few cents. ADVANCE. tf FOR SALE—Four brood sows, Wm. H. Decker, Phone 4001, Lone Rock, 2 miles south, M> mi. west, Lotts Creek. 17p39 '* and it's time for a change. X :': # • WELL AT LEAST Memorial day was sunny and spring- like. Seems the weatherman is a confirmed wet this year so far and he should be given the "cure". tfc ;k !*• * IT'S AWFULLY GOOD to see the faces cf some of the boys who have been across and who have returned following the defeat of Germany. But it's difficult to know how to talk to them. It's a cinch many of them do not want to talk about the war more than they have to, and sfill that's a subject they are experts on and which the natives want to know about. Yet it's a dirty trick on the boy who's back tp subject him to a third- degreeing about his experiences. _ Of one thing >they are convinced —this is the best dog-gonned country in the world. They're a lot better convinced than some of the stay-at-homes. POLICE IN NEW York City If Excess Acid cause* you pains of Scomacl Ulcers, Indigestion. .Bloating, Gas, Heartburn, Belching, Nausea, get a free sample of UDGA »nd a jree interesting pamphlet at .'...»"!'•.", Barker Drugstore. 29-47 .WEJDDING ANNOUNCEMENTS •-»*You'll be pleased with the •quality" and appearance of our work. Printed or engraved announcements of d i s t i nction. Many styles to select from.—Ad Pub. Co, Jerry Maude Hamilton, and Anna Ogren drove to Estherville last week Tuesday, where the latter two visited the cemetery. has J. been H. ill W'arbuiUon, in bed for three months is reported as slowly improving town. at her home north of Auto and Truck in a Collision more, received head car-truck collision in Lotts Creek Wm. Zimmerman, of Whitte- injuries in Saturday, and is at the Kossuth hospital. Richard Kuecker, 8, received cuts and body bruises, but was dismissed after his injuries had been dressed . The accident happened at the 'Bill' Decker school intersection 12 miles northwest of Algona in Lotts Creek township. Zimmerman, driving a Dodge truck with mounted corn sheller, was going Emmetsburg lake. Mrs. Edward VonBank and children Eugene and Jane, of Rolfe, called at Ray Telltord'/ Mrs. Caroline Telfbrd's, and Edward Zinnel's Memorial day. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jolliffe were Thursday business callers in Fort Dodge. Their daughter Jean spent the day visiting at Muriel Zinel's. Mrs. Helen Rasrnuson spent WE HAVE A limited amount of Earliana Seed beans, cleaned ready for- planting. Sargent & Co. Phone 360. 17u38-39 BABY SHOES FINISHED IN •••gold bronze, $2.00 per paHr Mail cash and. shoes to Wilder* Store, Estherville, Iowa. 18p37-40 Algona Lady Spit UP Acid Liquids for Hours After Eating For hours after every meal an Algona lady used to spit up a strong acidulous liquid mixed Tuesday evening arid Wednes-1 with pieces cf half digested food. day at the home of her brother, Henry Henrickson, West Bend. l 1 , ', Jlll^k41JL^U.V.\J.l.ll^lilJ.J.l.^i., WCtQKl have rounded up gangs of north| and Kermit K uecke?, tough girls who are the equal driving his mo ther Mrs. and in some ways worse than — the boy gangs. Which all goes to prove that old saw about the female being more deadly than the male! * * * * ONE OF THE CULTURAL sights in DesMoines last week was a program of "lady" wrestlers. Must have been quite a sight to see the girls go at it by physical violence instead of the more deadly tongue-lashing. • THE WAR TO DATE has resulted in 8470 men. losing one Ida Kuecker's Ford, was headed west. The two met, and both went off the grade north of the crossing. The truck was almost a total wreck and the Ford had one side caved in. There were no stop signs. She says it was awful. At times she would nearly strangle. She had stomach bloat, daily headaches and constant irregular bowel action. Today this lady eats her meals and enjoys them. And she says the change is due to taking SYS-TONE. Her food agrees with her. No gas. bloat or spitting up after eating. She is also free of headaches now, and bowels are regular, thanks to this remarkable New Compound. SYS-TONE contains 12 great WANTED—GIRL FOR general] Herbs; they cleanse bowels, clear WANT WANTED—WOMEN TO WORK in reconditioning department. 8u31tf —Kent Motor Co. housework. Mrs. Alfred Grill, Algona. Phone 28F3 Ilp39 FOR SALE—SIX-ROOM (house to be moved away. Henry Sunken, Titonka. llp38-39 gas from stomach, act on sluggish liver and kidneys. Miserable people soon feel different all qv- er. So don't go on suffering. Get SYS-TONE. Lusby & Giossi drug store, Algona. or both legs, and 2530 losing one or both arms. Guess maybe as how buying a war bond isn't going to be such a big hill for us at home to climb, is it? D. E. D. ALGONA ELECTRIC ' PAllM WIBING APPLIANCE BEPAIHING ELECTBICAL COKTBACTINO WIRING OF ALL KINDS PHONE 20 206 W. STATE ST. IIAHOLI) (Si) BOTH WILLABD (Jess) FAKUEL tf Last Straws! Straws in the news for Summer Glamor! Cartwheels, bonnets, sailors- find yours here in our compliment-catching col- Bare and Cooleil Red. and white striped( ton,"'^i'que.' Hiiro bat separate bolero. 9 to 15 lection, from 3.95 Hat Department-Balcony 'Pepsi-Cola Company, Long Island City, N. V, FnwMud BoMer: P ep8 (-CoI 0 Battling Co. ofForlDodgt Suits Cotton two-piecers gingham, chambray, £ sucker and other no>«J materials. Sizes J »•• and 14 to 44. 54.95 and $5,i Store Hours 0 to 5:30 Sat.»t«»1

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