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PAGE EIGHT TWO ALGONIANS ARE GRADUATED BY EVANSTON U Evanston, 111., June 9—Among more than 1450 students who will receive diplomas or degrees at the 87th Northwestern Uni- KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA TUESDAY, JUNE la. 19 ,, Shower for Mrs. Brandow— Mrs. Leo Immerfall entertained at a surprise shower Thursday evening honoring Mrs. Harold Brandow. Nine guests were Mr. and Mrs. Emil Meyer, former Luverne residents, which took place Thursday night. She was a member of last year's Howard Funnemark Married— I and Mrs. Moore are interested in i Howard, youngest son of Olaf music, and till recently had' versity commencement exercises Funnemark, Wesley, and Fran- iben broadcasting weekly from ces Elizabeth Leicher, Logans-1 station KCFD, Fort Dodge. The e, Wis., were married Sunday couple left Monday for Tuscon, theLutheran church, Logans- " ' here Wednesday, June 13, be Barbara June Haggard will and ! present and the evening was' graduating class, but during the spent at games. Prizes were won. year came down w i t h a severe vfevflte^'Srie^^Uttack of infantile paralysis, ceived many gifts. Lunch was and was at Iowa City and DCS served, the tables being decora- Moines for several months re• • ceiving treatment. She was able to return to her home in Muscatine a few months ago, and ted with flowers and favors. Town-end 500 Parly— Mr. and Mrs. A. R. and Mi TI ~«i ~ Brooke since that time has been study- both of ville, in a double-ring ceremony by the Rev. Mr. Steubenwald. Ruth Jane Lavender, Algona, Iowa. Miss Haggard received the degree of Bachelor of Music Edu- \ cation, and Miss Lavender re- brother o f the bridegroom. study music. Moorewil ~ e , •_,. hom _ and , ^ school take lessons. She made very the weddine the Townsend club rooms, 108 So. Hall, Friday evening. A cake old at by George Willey, ey, Mrs. Ora Waldren, Kenneth Drainer o i uie onaegroom. A| parents also attended. Mr. and no'olev andI Mn Marearet Har wedding dinner was served at M rs. j. M . Moorej here are othcr g™**' and Mrs ' Mar g ar e l Har- thP hnmP nf Mr... Fnnnpmnrlc's . g randparont8 O f Morriil. *""*• ' Lacys Fifly Years Wed— CITY BILLS May 31, 1945 The city council met in regular session, Mayor Kohlhaas presiding. Councilmen present: Her- <bst, Harris, Hutchins, Bohannon, Courtesy for Mrs. Hutchins— ... Mrs Robert Williams enter- and Fo *- Huenhold was absent. A fevv relatives and old friends tained ' 12 womcn at one o - clock I The minutes of the last two will call today on Mr. and Mrs. d esser t lunch at the Country ' meetings were read and approv- W. H. Lacy in hongr of their c } ub c i u bhouse Friday and Mrs ed - Ed.Boekelman's salary was Fiftieth wedding "anniversary. Eugene Hutchins was honor increased to $140.00 per month. Mrs. Lacy for the past year or gu( ? st . Bridge was played at _'Building permits approved for two has been in poor health. three tablcS| and prizes wero PAT IN THI OVfN "In Baring fat for salvage," suggests a Chtcago woman, "let U accumulate for a few dayg, then try It out In a cohered pan In the oven." "Fat Is extracted quicker this way. for It In completely surrounded by heat, and cheaper, for It can be tried out at the" saihe time the oven is lighted for other baking or roasting. Melting fat In the oven also . eliminates any smoke or smell that may result from rendering It down on the top of the stove." Housewives, used |to thinking of fat salvage only In terms of bacon and pork fat, are learning now to look for fat every time they cook. For only by saving every drop of used cooking fat — in particular trying out all scraps of meat returned from dinner plates, raw fat' cut from meat—can the additional 100,000.000 pounds of fat needed this year, be salvaged. —-. , • i f ' it ~ ~ 11 11IACC l,tIH-/i^»O| Cl-Jl* PTIZGS VVCJLV. Baptist friends have presented a won by Mrs Wade H ansen and a $50 purse to the couple. Mrs . H arlan Sigsbee. Mr. Lacy is the son of the late _____ 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Lacy, and i Mrs. Lacy is the former Carrie ' Johnson, whose parents were I Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson. Ed. Chambers anr E. Egel. , „ -tesomtion was passed in re- Ja ^, R Marsh Corp ' " gard to condemnation of land Mdse. _—_ decided upon for airport site. Am. Salt Corp., Mdse- Boy Has Birthday Parry— Resolution passed fixing date Line Material Co., Mdse M™ M^I w v,ct „*„,. of hearing at which it is pro- Terry-Durin Co., Mdse. 1 . Mr *' Merle Webster 1^ r - posed to take action for issu- North Elec. Sup. Co.— i. o.,~ „„_. ^ Ui6t u^.,.0^.. i tained a* a surprise birthday £ ncQ , Q . f $30i0 oo.OO Sewer Bonds. I Mdse. _. - 445.19 The couple has one son, Har-^^™^ 8 * ,*_£ ^.J™ A resolution was passed pro-' Ad. Car Mover Co., Inc. viding for the advertising of' Mdse. bids for the purchase of $30,000- Mall. Iron Range Co. .00 • - ; • - • Appropriating ordinance No. Norton Machine Works 645 was passed. Reprs. : .•— Adah Carlson,, Algona Ldry., Serv. _•__ City Clerk. H. W. Post, frt. ELECTRIC FUND ! Funk & Deirrt, reprs.— lem, who lives at Springfield, Mass., and he and his wife have on cast Call street during the 50 a show. 19.96 168.99 157.59 126.40 7.93 .__. 224.29 years. The first two years they F c* r-] W H Adah Carlson,, Algona Ldry., Serv. _•__ lived in the present L. E. Hovey m? i • i ""T^vT" «; ^'^ Clerk. ' H. W. Post, frt. house ,then built the house .-.ip '!? *tSt^n^a 1.° Hhfnor ELECTRIC FUND ! Funk & Deim, reprs.— 1 where they now reside. For st °^r ar , e entertaining at dinner -~i arv ' e RP ™ Kent Motor Co., reprs. . many years they _were propriet- * Cooks foltowed by ,.theater L Be ock, salary 4 8850 ^ .^ ^p house ,then built the house ceived a Bachelor of Science degree. The former is the young- i parets, and in the evening a re- many years iney were propnei- "^'"IM'""::-™ ~s ~l"'~~~" f F Dailev salary 98 50 I ffigSS tr^SSi^r ™ ""- te lhe -"*••.-.£ 1&£?1sr&- „„, S£ S-^^SS^ I aS^SLF"^ §1 is the daughter of Capt. and Mrs. i The bride is a graduate of the been a member of the local Bap- n«i«r <a,«.J«tv X«-»-_ ' C' WVi"ht 'salary J. B. Lavender, of the Algona ! Reedsburg, Wis., high school, and .tisl church, and^ Mrs._ Lacy j.s al-; _,, "V^__?™> ™™f" , Wm iTudwig, salary 54.63 16.92 4.20 2.38 .1.33 .. -„ - I of Wartburg college, Waverly. a graduate j She taught mathematics in the PW camp. Miss Haggard is of the Algona high school, and '• Burt high school a year ago, and before matriculating at > North- last year taught in the Garner western spent 1V_ years at the high school. Ward-Bclmont school for girls at Mr. Funnemark, graduate of Nashville, Tenn. Miss Lavender the Wesley high school, has rent- first attended the University of: ed his father's farm north of Nebraska, completed Northwes-1 Wesley, and after a week at a tern credits in January, and is ; Wisconsin lake the couple will be now a supervisor in a Los Angel- at home there. A small hou.sc es children's hospital. He pic- has been bought and moved to turc was not available at! the the place for their occupancy, university. I •Mi.ss Haggard was recently in- Ex-Algonians Are Wed— iliatcd into Pi Kappa Lamda,' Doris, daughter of Mr. and so a nv-irb'.r. Mrs. H. O. Buell, The Congregational women's I TTiii sni-irv' Burt, is a sister of Mr. Lacy, and Bible class will meet with Mrs. g" - -' ScUcUy Charles Johnson, Algona merch- Martin Didriksen Wednesday af- r^ ant, is a prother of Mrs. Lacy, tcroon at 2 o'clock for a cov- H ; stephensonT'Sary "II Garden Club Has Meeting— A June meeting of the Garden club was held at. the library, Mr.i. Kandali Clark, vice-president, presiding, and the lesson 1 was on insecticides and methods ered dish lunch. Granddaughter Luverne Couple H. S. Graduate rt controlling pests, in charge of .. he h-)d found, was placing moth T, uvernei Rev. A. English. Most prac- Mrs. Chet Webb, salary J. Dunn, salary 82.60 P. Laubenthal, salary _. 39.65 C Pollard, salary mj.30 .1. Kohl, salary A. Carlson, salary H. ' Passmore, salary Jr'va Slate Bank, tax __ June 11—Mr. and NW Bell Telephone Co. Benedict, Luverne, cervfce I. H. _, ^ vj _,^ tical method of controlling moles left'Friday' afternoon'"for Musc'a- Diesel "service" Co", "fuel -- --.-. . „„,.„, „„..„..^. Ui palls in the runs. The next meet- tine to attend the graduation C. M. St. P. & P., oil __ national scholastic musical sor- Mrs. J. A. Cooper, former Algon-! ln £ of the clu " will be a picnic exercises of their granddaught- Fullon Iron Works Co., ority. i ians now living at Escondido, at tne state park. eT( Carol Meyer, daughter" 6i«. Mdse.. I Calif., and Merrill, son of Mr. ' .. ' and Mrs. Don Moore, Bode, were married at 10:45 Saturday at the Gust Weber, 85, Brother of Mrs. 88.50 ------ ---..-„.-. 60 50 Gas 2.47 92.60 Blanchard's Conoco, Gas 30.33 64 30 Addressograph Sales A- 85.00 gency reprs. ------ 22 ' 15 gg30 Burroughs Ad. Mach, SB^SO Co - Te P rs - •-- 67 '°° 82.60 c ' A ' Mpmycr & Sons Abstr. ' 6.85 la Ins. Agcy., Ins._ 71.51 Publish. Co., Print. 56.76 55.10 WATER FUND 92.20 H. Barton salary 93.10 62.60 F. Ostrum. salary K0.10 99.90 R. Barton, salary _.__„ 60.50 i j . Laubenthal, .salary — 23.18 20.34 " "".iifirri, salary 30.00 655.39 I. Kohl, Salary 27.50 475.21 L. Mitchell, salary 70.10 .TOP Ulrich. salary __•___ 29.60 279.80 J. Reed, salary 29.60 j Methodist parsonage, Fort Dod- | -^ I ge. A double ring cei'emony was | ^ . Urch Here, Dies '. read by the Rev. James J. Dav-1 = I ies, classmate of the brides un- Augustus Weber, 85, brother o£ Mrs. Dora Urch, Algona, died night following a short illness. He was a native of Wisconsin, •but lived with his sister since 1942. A short funeral service wasi held Sunday afternoon at the McCullough funeral chapel in charge of the Rev. R. F. Kittrell, Baptist pastor, and the body was sent to Columbus, Wis., where •burial services were held Monday. A daughter, Mrs. Thurman McHann, Mayer, Am., was unable to attend the funeral because of railroad travel rcstrict- a powder; blue suit, win matching access- j ories, and carried a bouquet of pink roses. Attendants were Mr. j ( and Mrs. Robert Smith, Fort ] 1 Dodge. I i The bride, graduate of the Al- [ . gona high school, has ben em- j , ployed by the Wester Adjust-! 1 ment Co., Fort Dodge. Both Mr. D. H. Nortons to Quit Algona for Home in SW Iowa The D. H. Nortons will soon move to Atlantic, where Mr.' Norton, in Aetna Life employ, lias had headquarters for the' last year. The family came here 4M. years ago from Normal, 111., and Mr. Norton was farm manager, for the company, but all Aetna' farms in this section having been sold, he was transferred to At- j lantic, but could not find a j house to rent there. j Mrs. Norton is president of: the Methodist WSCS, and Den | Mother for a Scout CUb pack. > There are two Norton sons, and! two daughters in service, and 1 three children, John, Nancy,' and James at home. SUNDAY **•' J UN E 17th AT WORK COMP. The Rev. N. A. Price, Craig Secley, and Paul and Lee Schcnck are assisting at a work camp from Tuesday to Friday of this week at the Methodist grounds on West Okoboji. Mrs. Price and Margaret and Helen accompanied them. OSHH1GGINS \OICE Of AGR1CLLURE WATERLOO, IOWA EVENING PROGRAMS 6:1."—H. II. Gross—News.. .Mon. thr. Sat. 7:00—Earl (joilwin VhurFduy Early American Dunce Music..Sot. Crronfield Choir Sunday 7:1"»—l,um ttnd Abricr.. .Mon., thr. Thura. 7:30—Illincl Dale Monday Alan Yowis Show Tuesday G->imU-r:<py Wcdncsdny Aint-'rica's Town MectinK. .Thursday This Is Your FR1 IVIdny Boston "Pops" Orchestra. .Saturday JiTry Wnyne Show Sunday 8:00—(!uy I_imh:irdn Tuesday Famous Jury Trials Friday Walter V/inrhell Sunday S:15—Hollywood Mystery Time. .. .Sunday 8:30—Siratllsht Bands Mon. thn. Snt. 8:li5—Stnrytflltr Mon. thr. Fri. 9:00—Ufc rf Riloy Sunday 9:30—One Man's Family Tuesdr.y March of Time Thursday Doctors Talk It Over Friday 10:00—11. K. Crops—News. .Mon. thr. Sat. 10:30—Mnet Your Navy Saturday SUNDAY AFTERNOON 3:00—Darts for Doush 3:HO—Andrews Sisters Show 1:00—Mary Small—Junior Misa 4 :30—Charlotte Greenwood 5 :00—Philco Summer Hour 5 :.'10—Hires Icehox Follies G :00—Drew Pearson 6:30—The Quiz Kids Haag, salary 36.25 Dutch's Super Serv., R C . . Palmer, salary 36.53 prs. owa State Bank* lax - 59.35 Algona Ins. Agcy., i n " s " owa Mach. & Sup. Co. Iowa State Bank, tax' .Reprs. -—---- 69.62 Matt Parrott & Sn ,-22.33 7.50 2.25 18.77 71.51 8.07 .61 4.49 .25 12.29 92.60 J. j. i. lobe Mach. & Sup Co. Mdse. Norton Mach. Works?, _- Reprs. — 'unk & Deim, Reprs. '— : 0 s. Motor Co., Reprs. _ Algona Ins. Co., Ins. — Arnold Motor Sup. Co. Mdse. T. Mor Sta., Mdse Blanchard's Ser., Gas— S. Johnson, Mdse. _CONSOLIDATED FUND O'Brien, salary 80.50 McGinnis, salary 80.50 A". Weishaar, salary' 73.60 A, Boekelman,, salary __ 54.20 NW Bell Co., serv. O. K, Rubber Welders, Insp. Kos. Motor Co., Reprs... Lashbrook, salary Sldlling, salary „ 96.40 Harvey, salary 66.30 Bahr, salary 61.40 Gunder, salary 58.30 Pierce, salary 47.52 Bahr, salary 44.22 Northfield Iron Co., Md- se. land. Oil Co., Mdse.— lottcretc Mat. Co., Md- se. Hear Lake Sand Co., mdse. C. M. St. P. & P. Co., Frt. 'deal Sand Co., Inc,Mdse Iowa Central Motor Exp Frt. Botsford Lumbr • Co,, imdse. 1.23 I. W. Hansen •& Son, Reprs. 5iOO|i /aing & Muckey, Reprs. 12.00, F, S. Norton & Son, Md- i se. _.__ 67.32 Norton Mach. Wks., Re- prs. 39.82 Percival Motors, Reprs— 7.91 Kos. Co. Imp. Co., mdse .56 Bradley Bros., Reprs Cont. Oil Co., Gas 45.60 Blanchard's Serv., Gas _ • 25.26 & M Super Ser, Mdse 97.59 Anliker Oil Co., Gas— 5.14 1 Co., Mdse. A. H. Borchardt, Mdse" Buchanan Abstr. Co.,'A" tostr. C. Fraser, La.bor""_I """ P. Kohlhaas, Serv. M. Jones, Salary '.""I" |F. Sawyer, rent 2.14 L. Mathcs, Labor 2.90 K. Foster, Salary -~ Ady: Pub. Co., Prim."" Daily Reminder, advl SEWER FUND" C. Pollard, Salary 21.51 FIRE MAINT. FUND Algona FireB ,„, 21'.2a 47.09 94.80 41.03 138.34 14.36 2.80 20.01 Hooker Sup, Co., Mdsp" NW Bell Tele. Co., Serv" Botsford Lmbr. Co., Md- se. „ Ken Frankl, Gas "" » SWIM. POOL B'OND" FUNri Iowa State Bank, Bunds 23201 DEPOSIT FUND Marita- Bestenlehner, el al, Refunds Wm. Turner, Refund ~.~~ \ Passed and approved day of May, 1945. Frank Kohlhaas, Mavi Attest: Adah Carlson, City Clerk this 31 5 | "I LOST 52 Lbs.! WEAR SIZE 14 AGAIN" IHHS. C. D. WELLS, FT. WORTH Al Pictured Hero •> You m?y lose pounds nml have ;i_ more slender. Rratcdil figure. Nofl cicrclse. No dni SB . No rnxailviB Eat meat, potatoes, gravy, Imtic-r The experience of Mrs. WHI« mav or may not be dirtcrcnt than yniirn but why not try the Ayds Plan? Look nt tlicso tcmilts. In clinical testa conducted by medical doctors more than 100 Persons lost 14 to 15 pounds "»erauc In a few weeks win, the XVnS Vltumln Cnndy Ucduclni! Plan. With thli Aydii Plan out any mcnls, mcataor buttcr. dow ' n you rfon't cut any mcnls, marches, potato* H, taor buttcr.yousimplyciit tlii'iii n. It's simple and easier wli. n 1 00 ¥°'}. cn Joy ncllclous (vitamin foni liUU "ed) AYDS before eaeli meal. Ab«o. harml™ 9 3D days Bupnly of K. I). JAMKS The Good Old Days No. 1 Being n series of old-time pictures showing scones ok' Algona and this store, and' used in connection with our present Diamond Jubilee year celebration. - ! J 1 SPORT SHIRTS TROUSERS LADY'S STOMACH WAS LIKE A GAS FACTORY, MEALS TURNED TO GAS One lady said recently that her stomach used to be like a "gas factory!" That is, when she ate a meal it seemed to turn right into gas. She was always bloated, had awful stomach gas pains, daily headaches and constant irregular bowel action. Now, however, this lady says she is FREE of STOMACH GAS and she says the change is due to taking SYS- TONE. Her meals agree with her. No gas or bloat after eating. Headaches and constipation are gone. "Oh! what relief!" states this lady. "Why don't other gas and constipation sufferers get Sys-Tone?" SYS-TONE contains 12 Great Herbs; they cleanse bowels, clear gas from stomach, act on sluggish liver and kidneys. Miserable people soon feel different all over. ' So don't go on suffering! Get SYS-TONE. Lusby & Giossi Drug Store. of wartime advancements combined in the finest CLARION models in CLARION history RADIO WARWICK MANUFACTURING CORP. 4640 W. Harrison Street, Chicago 44, Illinois Buy More War Bonds YEARS OF PROVED PERFORMANCE From New York to Cali :>: nia, a great select- 'on for a pleasing Day's Day Gift 2.50 3.50 5.00 To go with the sport shirts or sport jackets. They are keen for summer wear. 5.95 6.95 10.00 NECKWEAR Special for Dad's Day Most beautiful you have ever seen- 1.00 2.50 1.50 3.50 LOUNGING ROBES i Dad's Day C if t Rayon - Wool - Acetate •and washable Crash. Other Suggestions for Your Dad Bill Folds _ _ _1.00 to 7.50 Dress Hats 3.85 to 10.00 Sport Jackets 3.95 to 7.95 Leisure Coats 4.95 to 16.75 DON'T FORGET DAD HE IS HUMAN TOO-THIS IS HIS DAY! Clothiers Leuthold - Williams Company t known photograph of the interior CHILLES STORE, taken in 1SD5- This is the first of THE CHRISCHIL , just 50 years ago— the first year Grandfather Chris- chilles moved into the Boston Block, present loc-at-i tioa of the store. In the foreground, right, is Max Herlist hack of him, center, is Sid Smith, a dork nntl lirother of lion Smith, Algona ut the left is J. T. t-hrischilles. " The first thing that impresses one in this picture K the tremendous stock carried by this store in those curly days. Note bolts of yard goods piled high on, floor at left. The shoe department and men's luits were later discontinued. The ribbon cabinet, right center, and the belt rack, front right, were standard equipment in all "up-to-date" stores in 1895. Kote the old kerosene lamps in center, and merchandise diplayed on the floor, front right Folks didn't iseem to mind bending over in those far off days- The balcony at the rear of the store had not been built In 1SQ5, but was added later. But the outstanding thing about this old photograph still remains the sue of the stock. That is what has kept this store a leader for 75 years.