The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 6, 1937 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 6,1937 Ernest E. Condon, Dist. Commander, Sends Greetings I am very happy to return to Algona for the District Convention. I have visited you many times and the friendly courtesies you people extend to visitors always make me feel I am welcome back. Hagg Post has given much to the American Legion, and it has carried out our programs and objectives. It has also given to the State Department that outstanding Lcgionaire and gentleman, "Skin" Laird, who, by his untiring efforts, has been one of the main cogs in the machinery, that has made this Legion of ours in Iowa the greatest Legion department in the country. This district is proud of Algona and is proud of the things it has acomplished for its community. I want to extend to its people and Legionaires greetings and best wishes and may good fortune always smile upon you. ' Frank Miles, Editor, Extends Greetings It is always a real pleasure for me to attend an Eighth District joint conference of The American Legion and Auxiliary of the Department of Iowa, for there are no more loyal Americans and better folks. The Eighth District has given much to our great organization in membership, inspiration and activities. Moreover, let it never be forgotten that the Eighth is the home of James K "Jim" Barton and R. J. "Skin" Laird. I shall be glad to return to Algona because I know something of its spirit, I have many friends in its population and it is the dug-out of our Department Adjutant with whom I have worked so many years. I am glad, too, that Algona has adopted Oliver Reiley, than whom there is none whomer, as a Legionaire. In the sixteen years I have been in my present position, I have enjoyed every Legion meeting more than any one before. I know I shall get new thrills at the Eighth District conference at Algona on May 11. Welcome 8th District American Legion & Auxiliary You'll Like Algona Iowa State Bank Ralph Miller, Pres. Harold Gilmore, Cashier Roy McMahon, Asst. Cashier OLIVER S. REILEY Oliver S. Reiley, Algona, is Ajutant of Hagg Post No. 90. He served as Post Commander in Red Oak in 1931, as Montgomery County Commander in 1931. as Seventh District Commander in 1930. and as Department Vice Commander in 1932. He is also Secretary of the Algona Chamber of Comerce and Secretary of the Kossuth County Safety Council. Greetings From R. J. Laird, State Legion Adjutant I am looking forward with a great deal of pleasure to returning to Algona for the Eighth District conference of the American Legion and its Auxiliary on May 11. Algona has been rightly called "The Friendly City" for a number of years, and I know that those who are lucky enough to be able to attend the conference will find that this is still true. Hagg Post and its Auxiliary have always been outstanding in the service that they have rendered, not only to the disabled and the widows and the orphans, but in cooperation with other organizations, and the citizens at large, in making Algona the best town in Iowa. With kindest personal regards to you all. Wore Prince Alberts In the "nitty nineties." most United Stntes senators wore Prince Alberts. The frock cent was a symbol of statesmanship and a board was the mark of a man of maturity and substance. *eo8»mett3caeas»SMM»s»c83JMX8SC8M^ SAVE THE BOTTLE CAPS & LABELS Valuable Prizes Given Away FREE Anyone can enter this contest, all you need to do is to save the Pepsi Cola bottle caps and labels. For the man who saves the largest number of Pepsi Cola Bottle Caps we will give ABSOLUTELY FREE a fine ROD & REEL and a Minnesota Fishing License. For the woman saving the greatest number of Pepsi Cola LABELS we will give ABSOLUTELY FREE a beautiful Breakfast Set (four chairs and table), or $25.00 in cash. For the boy saving the greatest number of Pepsi Cola bottle caps we will give ABSOLUTELY FREE a fine BIKE. For the girl saving the greatest number of Pepsi Cola LABELS we will give ABSOLUTELY FREE a beautiful BIKE or $25.00 in cash. Prizes will be awarded May 31, 1937. Start today to save Pepsi Cola bottle caps and labels, you may be the winner. Drink Pepsi Cola every day with your meals. Pepsi Cola gives you DOUBLE VALUE, one bottle equal to TWO small six ounce bottle. You save every time you buy Pepsi Cola. Pepsi Cola is sold by all dealers. Try a bottle today. Distributed by FORT DODGE BOTTLING WORKS Fort Dodge & Storm Lake BIGGER/BETTER ; its QUALITY, NEVER CHANGES 5 I20UN B.-J. LAIKD R. J. "Skin" Laird, Des Moines. is the Department Adjutant for Iowa, and has served faithfully as such for a good many years. He is a charter member of Hagg Post No. 90 of Algona, the host for this convention, and has maintained a continuous membership in Hagg Post since its inception. Hagg Post is proud of "Skin's" record as the best Department Adjutant in the nation, and will offer U1is convention as a tribute and home-coming to its most popular member. He will speak at both the afternoon and evening sessions. 246 Make Poppies Two hundred forty-six World War veterans have been employed at the U. S. Veterans Administration Facility this year making poppies. $5.3333.50 have been paid to them at the rate of Ic for each finished poppy. Windshield Stickers for Every Car That's why! Make it your slogan, "A Windshield Sticker for Every Car." See that they go on car windshields Monday morning, May 24. not a day later. They will be your little publicity aids. Think of it—a poppy windshield sticker on each car in your town. They wi'.l tell a story all their own. Count Your Cars How many in your town—autos. trucks, trailers? How many are driven by Legionaires—by Auxil- iares—by friends and relatives? Why ask? How Do Your Poppies Grow? Through the watchful, painstaking care of hundreds of Iowa hospitalized veterans your poppies have grown to full bloom. Are you treasuring those blooms for Poppy Day, Saturday. May 29? You have a rare opportunity for service there. •UWfJVJWJWJWJWJUVJW. ;! WELCOME! LEGION and AUXILIARY Make Our Store S Toitr Home While You're Here Coast- to-Coast Store Joe Bloom Member Hagg Post Number 90 Hi Buddy! Welcome! And Have A Good Time \\Y invite you t<> inspect our new, modern e(|iii|'i!ii'iit for luhricatin:; and rtushins* crankcases . . . and we'll l»e .n'lud to fill up your car Dutch's Super Service ('. «nier State anil Jones Dutch Lorenz, Member Hagg Post No. 90 A NICKEL DRINK-WORTH A DIMEK JJfagyg&yW^ ALGONA Welcomes You Sl!i Distrirt; I .c" i ion iV: .\n.\iliarv SMOKERS' SUPPLIES BEER™ BASEBALL RETURNS The Smoke Shop ''Where Good Fellows Meet" •MmummmmmimaMmemummHximm^

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