Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 31, 1945 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 31, 1945
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CtGMT t|ad |lr Instructor Visits His Father Perry Johnston, chief radar instructor at DclMonte, Calif., paid alSurprlse visit Thursday afternoon -to his father, Justice J. B. Johnston. Perry had taken -a group of 26 sailors from the west const 1 to Chicago, and on the rc- UffrHV trip .stopped off at Des Moines, where he formerly lived. He got a ride to Algona, arid , had supper with the home folks.' He was to report for duty at Treasure Island. In service three years he has been alerted for overseas with orders to come September 1. ' ' - -- A •':,' TEN DETASSELERS. Among girls who will soon begirt detasscling for the Pioneer company arc Jean Thorpe, Muriel Burgess, Joyce O'Brien, Joyce Sterling, Barbara Scobec, llose- ahh Reding, Marjorie Eason, Mary Anderson, Shirley Bowman, and Mary Ann Timm. « METHODIST GUESTS. \.Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Burgess cn- te'rtained Wednesday Bishop Charles W. Brashares, Des Moines, and Methodist district superintendents Dr. Lloyd Sheerer, Sheldon. Dr. Frank Bean, Sioux City, and Dr. L. D. Havighurst, Fdrt Dodge. » " .K. C.'s PLAN PICNIC. The local Knights of Columbus council will hold an annual pic- nip at the fairgrounds next Sunday. After noon dinner sports will begin at 1 o'clock. There will/be a baseball game at 2:30, Kn'ights vs. Whittemore. Married KbSSUTM CpUNtY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA HODGEPODGE Webiier—A itew ol vuioui ingredients, a mixture. «y DUANC *. • •»»>•• AS WAS PREDICTED in this Recent Bride •• .Verna Cischen It Brkle— Verna, daughter of Mr. and «. ., . Mrs. Alex Eischen, farmers se\'en column a year ago Stalin is miles east of Alyona, and Cpl. now the only member of the Big ' Henry Pfeffer, son of Mr. and Three to hold the reins of office. Mrs . Mtke pf e ff eri Algona, were The above cut from the Mason City Globe-Gazette, shows Mrs. Vernon Ricklefs, the former Dc- loris Peterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Peterson, Titonka. The wedding took place July 22, and an account was published in last week's Advance. DICK COWAN COMING. PCc. Dick Cowan, stationed in Czechoslovakia, recently wrote his wife that he was on the v/ay home. He s>iid he was in France in a tent city, and it is presumed he was awaiting transportation. He did not know when he was to arrive in the states. The defeat of Churchill was resounding, but not unexpected to those who have watched British politics over tho years. Britain IJf throws out its war leaders • as soon as the war is over. And under the British form of government this releases the .iew Prime Minister and his cab- inent of any of the commitments .iiado umter stress of expediency by the old cabinet. In . other words it simply means promises made by the old government can be kept or disregarded' by the new group. This has proved very profitable for England, for while other nations remain committed to .the English, the English are no longer committed because the gov- I ernmcnt is more or less personal ' in the prime minister. After the last war .Lloyd-Geoorge was dismounted, and the new government was under no obligations to do what Lloyd- George, said it would do. The new English prime miriis- ' ter has anaounced already that many of the foreign policies ' of- j the Churchill government would be kept, and it is .fortunate for the world that he did so. For- 1 under the personal leadership in world affairs developed, to. an unhithcrto unthought. of degree by Roosevelt, dhurchill arid Stalin chaos would have ^resulted in world affairs immediately. In fact the world has been just getting over the jitters caused by the death of Roosevelt, and had 1 accepted to a point Truman aVa successor they could depend upon when this upset of calculations occurred. Without a doubt j there is now to .be a period of I uncertainty till the timber of Mr! i AtUee and his cabinet can be ; tested in the red hot competition , in world affairs. • t | In fact this may be.the begin/- ning of the end of personal gov The Good Oid Days No. 1O Being a series of old-time nicdiri'.s showing scenes ol' Algoiui anil this store, and used in coiiiicctioi) willi our jiresent Diamond Jubilee year celebration. people in this age of "concrete" witli paved gravel roads, have any conception of the condi- .*' Hons of travel fifty-odd years ago. We show, this week, two pictures of the condition of Algona and ••KoKsiith county roads in the Spring of ISU'2. One ol' '.Hie scenes was taken right on our Main street (note Central school, building in background.) The other picture shows one of the early-model an' tomobiles, belonging to II. K. Morgan, wallowing in the mud of a typical "country road." Thus, illustrated, are our two moans of transportation and the difficulties under which the average farmer "went to town." 'Referring.to our store-lrecords, we note that business in the Spring of IS'Ji was very poor, due to the troubles of getting in our city. AVe can remember when •'« rainy day meant poor business; nowadays, it means a brisk trade because when the farmers can't work, fhey hop into their cars and come to town to shop. Yes, things have changed. married at 9 a. m., Monday at the Catholic church; St. Benedict. The R«v.'iJ. J. Neppl performed the ceremony and' used the double ring service; High mass was sung by the St. Benedict choir, Mrs. Clarence Simer played Lohengrin's wedding warch. The bride's dress had a white taffeta bodice and a floor length skirt of net over white satin. Her full length veil was held in place by a cbronet of rhinestones and she carried a bouquet of pink roses and stephanotls.' Matron of honor was Mrs. Ray Muller,-sister of the bridegroom, who wore a light blue formal and carried pink carnations. The bride's cousin, ..Helen Becker, was bridesmaid, and her dress LOST—Blue purse containing •talMjDfcpt. of money and ration books. Re- #&*£ f"j5Lfi2f vi.it«. ... ward, return to Jack Fisher .M.IFE «.££ Vyijo^.r. Bode " P - Kttff^"'-. Bf9toi«*<l lotmda- WANT ADS BRING BUYER and I lion Hocki lor sale. M. Bruce seller together; 4000 copies of Loewwttein, Luwrte. Iowa, Iowa your ad distributed for only a Distributor. 5Zp47 few cents. ADVANCE. tfl : — TUESDAY, JULY 31, ), BACK IN TOWN ready to repair FOR SALE — An exceptional all kinds of sewing machines. good 120- acre farm in Martin H. E. Miner, 116% W. North St.,'county, has evergreen grove, Algona. 17p46-47 electricity off high line, well-til- —• —--1 ed, gentle rolling land, automa- FOR SALE—-ll> head of white! t j c so f t W atcr system, house in- faced yearling heifers; also • su lated, built-in cupboards, in- yearling bulls. Jdfe. A. Skow, I i a jd linoleum, milk cooling sysf Wesley. 14p47-48 WANTED — CUSTOM baling. tern, good soil, full set of buildings, good roads, an ideal farm home. Write Joe S. Petetsori or FOR SALE — KAOI V in." Expert in.' ing service.—Cowan Co.. phone 275. Al Rona ; "•"•UUlttJB^^^kl Figuerool Ball room! Ralph Parsons, 2'/i miles east L « dw> glonekcr, Fairmont, Minn. ifl 1 mil** Iti-vfMt nt Tfl.Mntff Sttl •'. ' *•«.. tf\ AM i LIVERMORE, IOWA '| AUG. 2—AL MENKE AUG. 9—DING ELLIS dance and "1 mile north of Irvington, Phone 27F11 15p46-47 WANT ADS are the biggest bargain in the world—4000 copies of your ad distributed for a few cents. ADVANCE. tf This picture is of Eunice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ned Johnson, Britt, married July 22 to Lt. was;floor length yellow net, and i Wayne Zeigler, son of Mr. and her flowers red roses. Robert Eischen, brother of the bride, .was best man, and John Pfefjter, brother of the bridegroom^ was lusher. Following the c'eremony a wedding breakfast was given by Mrs. Harold Hunt, and < later a reception was held at ;the- home of the bride's parents." ""• " • • ' ' ' ' Mrs. Wilbur Zeigler. Cut courtesy Masno City Globe-Gazette. The wedding story appeared in last week's Advance. Axis Prisoner to Speak— The First Lutheran Aid will meet in the . church basement Thurday. Mrs. E. L. Wolcott and FOR SALE—1935 Master Deluxe 57U46-47 i 16—No Co. Fair) BEST FARM LOANS arc from borrowers' own lending agency. Stock ownership entitles borrowers to dividends or savings and advantages that have in the past and will in the future | Chevrolet, motor and tires OK make Federal Land Bank loans Radio and heater. Marvin Roch-1 the lowest net coat to the bor- leau, Whittemore. 18p47 INLAID LINOLEUM, linowall, tile, laid by experts. Custom work.—Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 13ul8tf FOR SALE — POLLED HERE- ford' bulls, serviceable age, at farmers prices,-*P. M, Christenson; Lone Rock, la. 12ul8tf FOR SALE—John Deere all steel 'Cpl. and Mrs: ;Pfoffer are on a Mrs. Wendell Jensen are host-1 wagon hoist in perfect shape; short-wedding-trip at the Oko- esses. The program will be giv- '• also 26 ft. elevator. H. J. Rice, bpjis, . The. corporal, after a 30- cn by John Spongbcrg, .who will i Lone Rock, Phone 3218 20p47 day furlough, will report at ta]k on « Wha t 1'Havc to be Most j „.„., „.„„,-. pt ;~ Camp Grant, 111.,: Aug. 6, and Thankful For." Recently dis-i KOSSUTH 'S MARKET PLACE Mrs.'. Pfeffer -will remain with cha rged he was a prisoner in her parents till .his relase from n a ly and Germany service. Farewell for Dick Barker— Ju*nita, Wegner, Russell Rents— Dick Barker was entertained •jAianita, daughter of Mr. and at a picnic supper Wednesday Mrs.'Fred Wegner, Algona, was night at the Call state park by . .„- .. _ -. , married to Russell Reritz, CMlc, former schoolmates, and after Jakc w - Mc y er - Corwith _.—biggest bargain—4000 copies of your want ad distributed tor only a few cents. ADVANCE. if FOR SALE—Duroc Jersey sows • to farrow last of September, i Also a good breeching harness. rower; and our stock has always been returned promptly on payment of loan. Loans adaptable to borrower's needs—may be reduced or increased—various protective features to 'meet changing conditions.; No commissions or fees. Investigate before you buy or refinance. Amount loan- able increased- now to 65% normal agricultural value on FLB loan. Algona National Farm Loan Assn. Serving all Kossuth county. 110 So. Dodge St., .Algona, Iowa. H. D. Hutchins & E. H. Hutchins, Scc.-Trcas. '•- . 24LU-46-47 scrtv of Mr. and Mrs.-Estei Rentz,'; supper they all went to Wallace 18u47tf Burt, .at. the wedding chapel of , Roscoc's. Dick, who was pre- VOR SALE—McCormick-Dccring thfe'^Fou^h/prefeDyterian church,' senled a pift leaves this week manure spreader. Good shape. for his new home at Boulder, Col. 1350 bu3hol slecj grain bin _ plank ,_.?, •Thursday;: July 9. ..'The'--sj.nge ring'ceremony was •readi'^y'"the Revl ;Mr^ Mills,' -and Mrsf'Naomi-' Thompson'; Fenton, sister of the ride,' xvas witness. for R. J. tained at a Tols— arrington Iplatlorm on skids. Mike Arcnd, enter- Biut. 20p47-48 ernment." Truman" is'TendTng" to The bride' wore.; a yellow two- Wednesday evening and • • -pice'street, length dress and had guests, friends of the lawn picnic sunpcr WANTED ~- Man little i a government of a group instead j of the Roosevelt habit of mak- I ing stooges of his cabinet members. Attlce is a great deal like Truman. Neither has the personal magnetism that held Churchill and Roosevelt followers to them through thick and' thin, a corsage of,gardenias. ' old son Timmy, were Jimmy i e jg n ' s icur, Jean and Lorctta Hall, and the children's mothers. 'The new, Mrs.'Rente, who was '? nd J ? rr y Cowan, Charles Rass- ort n { gradu'ated from' the Lone Rock lniir Jn: " 1 -'""' T • nrntt:l Wri11 nilrl high school in 1940, had recently 'been in the metiical supply, at: the PW camp'hospital here. • I •The ; , day of his marrige Cpl,' " ' ' tied to Boston for re- after; a 36-day leave or woman. Route experience preferred '•:,. ycar but not necessary to start. Raw- Dept. 1AG-10-M, Free- 19p47 OHicr Society The Baptist SHICK ELECTRIC RAZOR OWNERS—We are dealers in Algona for Schick electric rax- mission society ors and repairs. Huxtable Firestone store. 18u40tf ' Vll^lll bllkUUgll IfliiVylV dllU 1,111*1. —."*•, ™ "•~»/ **-T •"•»* *•••—» ».*£jv. •*_*£*.•.. „ - . and neither Truman nor Attlee Rent? returned to Boston for re- ™ m m ^' ct Thursday at t l lc Church, would have a chance to get away assignment, after; a 36-day leave M , rs - Bc f. sl ° w Jl dde " m ™ a !J? e . T< -.^ TrM? T „,•-,„, " , , with the "fast ones" pulled so Previous to which/he had 23 ^ devotions, Mrs Sam. Medm NOTICE—I HAVE taken many times by both their pred- overseas-service. Mrs. Rentz l esson leader and hostesses Mes-1 Ralph Hurlburt s feed ecessors . , returned to Algbna and contin^ dames Chas. Reaper, J. M. Royce, and am equipped to do any kind And it is a good thing lor the ued .rier 'Wk for a week, but £9°. r «' mT AHc l 1 f. ons ' r Katherine of grinding. Carl Wiener, Burt world that dependence .not. be left Saturday night for Boston to K1( ; 1 ^ r L ' A ' Mln< ? r ' Leo Ramus, Phone 173. p42-51 two ed thre e l or fou^men' 9 ' VM '° io h ? r h V?^ an f;_ : __: ; ji.1 a r h o wnTTT wi?i mont W B H« M . FLOOR SANDING AND REF1N' as the world ,found in the death P»cnic, |<>» LieMi*napt, Brido— of Roosevelt a month H'ter, "he I ''Lt. V^ayne Zeigler, army air was inaugurated the span | pilot, .'and. his 'bride, the former of life cannot be measurer! and' Eunice Johnson, near Garner, a world house based 0:1 the pro- who. were.married'July 22, word miscs of a few men is of very honore'es at a picnic dinner at sandy foundation material. . I the state park. Sunday. mert Wodnes 1 1 it. t '. VV trU * l"o~ ^, s; Mr. miney eqmnt . _c O wan Bldg' 275,°Algona dg - po Co C °" over mill, • » mal an . , Fc of ,, V^omcn. ^ Presbyterian circles will FOR SALE— 1936 4-door Chev- roleti 32 .f t . a ll steel elevator; ' However Roosevelt's deat.li and the defeat when tions were still determined i . m . cot4 rh1ursr ; : >y, Cirrlo A for _a pin- Jo h n Deere G.P, t'ractor; John o . . . 4 1 _ ., Attending were. the Ned John- n'f»t tho s i. ; ,(, fi park B will meet Deere 8-ft. grain elevator. Har' 23p46-47 . . e e o- -. feat of Churchill did come sons, 'Garner ; the Earl Zeiglers; IJJ thc chl -' rc !l h .f ct ll cnt -..^ ^ lth ley Hansori, Algona. the people, of the two na- the' 'Harry, Calvin, and Floyd ™ 1 '*' w-KU-iah ' W i KFEP THP nrrnnn were still determined -' - j< ' WcUch - ' KLb<P THE RECORD -K- Modes; Mrs. -'Mary Zeigler, dau-i < ™' ^ c , c ,- „ ... T1 * Thmns C|UW follow through on a world asso-, ghter. Leola, Fred Zeigler, and the ciation of nations, and both' ne\V | Mattin,' 'Anton- and Soren Did- , leaders have seen the wisdom;of .riksens. . ..:'.. : ••.!•.": aay ' following in that path. - ; ; . '•. Lieu't^Zelgler F.yill:leave Thurs- If both events-had come; at a day for Jeffjersoh''Barracks to be later date there is the possibility I reassigned-.to."duty.'Hd is at home that the personal animos.ity 'that' oa30-day s furlough from an Eng- _1 ,_1 J '___ I ' _'i ^»»«l_. " • 'I «>•!..'.. i'' 1 -*. ''. . _ .- ^^ will i moot at Mrs. Glen Shore's Thurs- -*War VVr straight! The right form helps so much. We can prepare the kind you need quickly and at small cost C'orni in and talk over youi — ArivnWP Piih c.i> Algfon* Couple Married— developed against -Wilson and other World: War •." I. leaders , and wrecked, the; Lea.gue v .of NaH I tions could have'"done', the < sante i thing to the present V efforts to I organize the world for peace. • For there is more than a' little of the fool in everybody, even the great and near great, and it is only because people want to believe in the greatness of: at St. Louis" their leaders that they in their | The couple left for wedding trip to tlie Fiiniro I« lWr»w 75 CARD OF THANKS—I wish to riglU*e 18 NOW /O| thank my many friends who h3h,.ba,se, after .completing 28 j Sundoy's DosMoincs Penister so 1 missions, .and. ,he^and his crew rrp0 rtcd distribution by counties on I ,-«|^3 bo .fPf'^vft]V i ,Grgehland and j n f Jowa's R77!) World War TI and •'^tS^"^-'-'''.'^''-•••:•' '•;•'' y." f '• dead, and t.ho fi«ure for Kossuth , Son was 75. Pecist.er so thpughttully remembered me this birthday with their cards the many gifts. Mrs. Jens Sorensen. . . ' 24p47 This romnarer) with 98 : . in tho Emmct-Palo Alto equal FOR SALE— 160 acres 2 miles set of -. - ... V..*. u .,,..l^v A HI\J yill,U I^UUCtl ' -~w uw. ww Elmer E. Cook, son of Mr. and! area and 64 in the equal Winne-j south of Burt. Small act ^ Mrs. Frank Cook, and Dorothy. hapo-Hancock nrna. The state' buildings, land jays .level and is Neslon, danghter of Mrs. Anna ncrconlapo rnrord of dead is 2.67 best of soil. This farm js offered Nelson, were married last week for each 1,000 population. The • at $145 for a short time. C. W own minds endow those leaders with superhuman attribute's. That is why in this sad old' world nothing can ever come of the efforts of one or two people but rather in the combined thoughts of a whole people as written in the books of law, whether of a nation of of a world organization. The peoples of the English and American worlds are now ready to make the initial attempt, and as long as the people are ready the leaders must follow, and the leaders are usually men who are smart enough to do a little following now and then. And the death of Roosevelt and the defeat of Churchill have been a real contribution to thft association of nations because and were expected home Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Cook plan to live here. Mr. Cook, technician in the 109th medical battalion, has eeen given an honorable discharge from the army. He was overseas three and stars and six overseas bars. . Iowa State Historical department Nicoulin, Algona. a short is gathering piotnrcs and scr- I , • - •'• ----- - Okobojis, ' vice records of all the dead for, OOD BUY— Up to u46-47 nro«orvation in the historical archives. years and three months, was awarded five bronze Union 4-H Girli Meet— Union twp., July 30—The Union 4-H girls met with Jean Scott last week Tuesday, 10 present, with two guests. Elaine Dodds and Miss Peckman, Algona, and the leaders, Mrs. John WANTS WANTED— HOME for Persian kitten 8 weeks old. Phone 61 FOR SALE—Baby bed and dav- date new bungalow, insulated, oil heat, well built and arranged, close in at 310 North St., now $7000 for a short time only. See Joel M. Herbst, Real Etat and Ins. 35u47 ABERDEEN ANGUS BULLS ol 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, 29u20tJ cnport. Mrs. Jas. Christensen, Bul ' t 10u4f/ |TOWN PROPERTY, LOW INTI BREST ? LOANS, FHA AND VETERANS "GI" LOANS TO WILL DO custom combining. Gisch and Mrs. Walter Weisbrod I gona< Call Jack Fisher, 28F111,, Al- attended. Roll call was on col- with their removal from the i ? r scnet nes- A business meet- scene is also removed all the personal antagonism that these two ing was directed toy Rachael WANTED — Housekeeper 30 to 10o47 PURCHASE, REMODEL, RE- 10p4 ' FINANCE HOMES - Algona Weisbrod, and the girls worked I - 55 years old. Bancroft. R. H. Sankey, 10p47 headstrong" men developed. | on bpoklets to be taken to the There only remains Stalin to c ° unt y fair. Lunch was served, be considered, and as to all men Tne n **t meting will be August even to him death must come! 14 with Leila Rutledge. some day. What that may mean i is perhaps more important to the world than either the removal of Churchill and the passing of Roosevelt. For whether we like it or not Parties for Maxim Hood— Maxine Hood was honoree at a recent 'miscellaneous shower at.Mrs. W. A, Barry's Sr. Nine guests were present, and the Russia is the nation of the fu-1 bride to be received gifts. Miss ture, welded together in this ! Hood was also honored at a conflict into a single whole for' personal shower Wednesday ev- hetter of worse. Stalin and the ening at Mrs. Harlan Frankl's, men who follow tym can well j hostesses being Mrs.:Frankl and determine if there is to toe war or peace. Because when this war is done with Genevieve Sterling. Cootie was played, Donna Hill winning the prize,. After gifts were opened a buffet lunch was served. only Russia will remain enough undeveloped raw. materials to finance a war. Today's Courteti for Goldfield Girl wars are of materials, not men, | Allis Stevenson, Goldfield, was and the present war has used a guest of Jean Thorpe several to a shocking degree the basic days last week; She is a student raw materials of the world. And at Stephens college, Columbia the nation that rules the world Mo. The mother, an old friend unless the world is a Jot smart-1 of Mrs. Thorpe, spent last week fir* 4V»'lt"» »# Vl'Jc? T-\nii»\ urtll t*n 4t*n'r« J .1 •» *• » • er than it has been, will be the. nation with the raw materials. Sunday and Monday here, and was guest of honor at a mother- daughter .party at the Thorpe 10 SIZES CLASP ENVELOPES honie Monday afternoon. Eight, een' guests ' were in .attendance, up to 10x13 at th« ADVANCE* and tripoli was played. Federal Savings & Loan, Algona, Iowa. 2Bu46tf SALE—1938 half ton Chev- FOR SALE—24 Spring ewe role t panel truck, four 20x5 lambs. H. Bruce Loenstein Ford or Dodge wheels. One fac- Luverne. 10g47 >FOR SALE—Young cow fresh, and two pony colts. S. E. Noland, Phone 24J 12p47 FOR SALE—Hayrack and wagon Roy Peters, V 2 mile w. and % mi. n. Swea City. 12p47 WANTED TO BUY—20 or 24 inch threshing machine. Lars . tory made steel pick-up box for Plymouth coupe. One rubber tired coaster wagon. Duane E Jensen 515 Oak -St.,, Algona! Phone 955 after 7 p. m. 38p47 Notices A real livestock business the KARAKUL SHEEP INDUS- try It is reconiied by the United Stevenson, Britt. 12p47 WHITE ONION SKIN thin paper, cockle finish, 8^x14, just received.—ADVANCE. FOR SALE—Eight acres alfalfa, second cutting. Gilbert Har-! greaves, Phone 27F12 12p47 FOR SALE—second cutting red clover and alfalfa mixed. Arndorfer Bros., St. Benedict. Ilp47 WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENTS —You'll be pleased with the quality and appearance of our work. Printed or engraved announcements of d i s t i notion. Many styles to select from.—Ad vance Pub. Co. Htmt ComUrt th«l Inn • Hmitlim* with «n EAGLE CCRTIFIID IHf ULATION JOI CowanBldgSupplyCo. Phone 376 ALGONA, IOWA H. W. PCS DRAY AND T Storage of All Ki Long Distance H Every load insured loss,and daman,, of : Equipped to do all hauling and dr.uyim; PHONE 298 ^ Ad( l Clog, of BIOMIIIR, Ga.1, , Nausea, B et a /«„ Sllmplc o field,, " •nd a /,-« imcrcMinR p ai]1 p h | et( Barker Drugstore. The Mutual Insurance Company of New York Announces the Appointment of EarlS.[Puke] Kinsey Iowa as Kojtrescntntive of the Company in KOSSUTH COUNTY Frank G. LundMiut, Ass't Manager Fort Dodge, Iowa Tliomas II. Read, Manager 1122 lies Moines bl'dg. Des Moines, Iowa CHOICE SELECTION OF Quality Sport Shirtt Top rankers in the world of sports! Shirts with cool convertible .collars am} long or short sleeyes in plaids or solids—and some whites! No need to look farther. men! Come here for your sports apparel. The Clothiers

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