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The Al^nftl^pw P«B Moiaes, Alg<ma, Iowa, March 10, UNION MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS CLUB BUYS BONDS Itfnlon: The Union Mothers and Daughters club met at the home of Com Bacon last Thursday afternoon, March 5th with 25 ladies In attendance. The club' voted to buy defense bonds. Red Cross sewing- was distributed by^Mtrs. Floyd Gardner. The meeting of the county Federated clubs was announced for March 17 at the Congregational church In Algona. Kate Annls reviewed 'e everal of the books she had read. Joan Bacon sang "The Wise Old Owl" and "They Always Pick on Me" A two course lunch was served. .Guests included Mrs Howard Platt of Algona, (Mrs, Emma Douglas of Glenburnv >N. D., Mrs. Floyd Bacon and daughter, Joan of Plum Creek township, Mrs. Bugene Ho- :flus of Ottosen and Mabel Leason of Algona. The next meeting will be an evening gathering at the iFloyd Gardner home March 19th. , It will be a. St. Patrick's party. The program committee Includes Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoflus artd Mr. and Mrs. •Fred Will; menu committee, Mr. and Mrs. Robert 'Leason and Mr. and Mrs Louis Bode. '/OLA DACKEN, FORMER UNION GIRL, IN HOSPITAL Neighbors, friends and schoolmates were sorry to learn of the Illness which has stricken Zola Dacken. She was taken to Rochester for examination and consultation was held by the best of dec- tors last' week. She was an excellent student, having attended school here In district No. 4, whe.re she graduated from the eighth grade with high honors.' She made her home here with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dacken, who live oh the former Sam Zentner farm. When she went to high school she also stayed with TINY LITTLE and his ORCHESTRA In the Gym FENTON THURSDAY NaichlZ You are invited Popular Prices her grandparents the [first year. The second year she stayed with aft aunt, Mrs. Ed Kaln of Plum Creek township, until Christmas tlrte, when she stayed at the John Wilson home In Algona. She received a severe fall at Christmas while roller Skating and It is believed to have been a cause of her present illness. Floyd Gardner shelled corn last Wednesday .afternoon. iRathryn Bode spent the past two weeks as a guest at the Clalr Winkle home near Titonka. Mr and Mrs. Jess Hohensteln and -daughter, MiWred of Amboy, Minn., visited the former's mother, Mrs. Laura Hohenstein, recently. A .combination electric and fuel Irltchen range has been Installed In the Ricker Bros. home. Their sister, Mrs. Laura Hohenstein, keeps house for them. Mrs. F. S. Thompson, Mrs. Frank Hofius, Mrs. Robert Leason and Mrs. 'Louis Bode drove to Ottosen last Saturday afternoon where they attended a shower honoring Mary Jane Hoflus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hofius, former Union residents. A meeting of the teachers of Union township's seven Vchobls will be held Friday afternoon March 13th at the'center school house at 3:30 p. m. to make plans for the annual spelling contest held for pupils of Union township at the Good Hope church. The Winner will be sent to the county contest. Farewell Party for Mrs. Hicks at Coyne Home near Bancroft Corwith :A farewell party given Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Coyne, west of Bancroft, for Mrs. Ruth Seaton-iHicks. The party was sponsored by the girls' 4-H county club committee and was attended by 43 women, who presented Mrs. Hicks with a purse of money as a token of appreciation of the work done by her in the county in the past three years. Mrs. Hicks left Sunday evening for Ames, where she will be employed by the extension servce as a state nutritionist. TWO FIRST AID CLASSES WEEKLY HELD AT WESLEY Wesley: Red Cross work meetings will be held In the C. D. of A hall on the first Tuesday, afternoon of every month. The local chapter has purchased a bolt of print which will be out and sewed nto little girls' dresses. 'First Aid classes, with Dr. F. L. Adams Instructor, will be given to women each Tuesday evening from 7 to 9 p. m., in the Odd Fellows lall in the Exchange State Bank basement and to the men on Thursday evenings. iFiremen, truckers and garagemen are especially requested to enroll in these classes. The only expense involved is 60 cents for a book. LEGION AUXILIARY WILL SPONSOR A PROGRAM The American Legion Auxiliary held its regular meeting Monday night, March 2 with Mrs. Halvor Flom, Jr., as hostess. Mrs. Joseph Meurer, poppy chairman, announced that a poppy poster contest will be held In the public and parochial schools. Plnas were discussed for the ninth annual amateur program which will be held in the high school auditorium Friday evening, April 10th. Mrs. Leo Bleich and Mrs. Frank .Kouba, Jr., and Mrs. L. L. Lease have charge of the opening number. On the program committee are Mrs. George Aldrlch, Mrs. Tom Forburger and Mrs. Geo. Ward. A $5 book of defense stampa will .be awarded that night with Mrs, J. L. Studer and. Mrs. George Vitzthum in charge of its disposal. The Legion and Auxiliary held .a joint meeting and social evening on, Friday Lunch was served by the Auxiliary with Miss Lillian Johnson and Mrs. Leo Bleich as chairmen. The next regular meeting of tho Auxiliary will 'be Monday night, April 6th. Mrs. Tom Forburger will be hostess. Read The Want Ads—It Pan Need Money? TO PAY UP OLD BILLS, BUY NECESSITIES OR TO REDUCE PRESENT PAYMENTS $50-$100 or More Loaned Quickly—18 Months to Pay Special Payment Plan for Farmers L. S. BOHANNON Over S. & L. Dept. Store Phone 103 ALGONA, IOWA 43-tf WARNING The*day is drawing very near when It will be no longer possible to get material to repair watches and clocks. If you have a time piece that needs repair have It taken care of now. , Paul Hamill v\vry muuuie Dr. J.F. Shallenberger, M.D. Coming to Emmetsburg, Hotel Kermore, Wednesday forenoon, March 18; Mason City, Hotel Cerro G;ordo, Tuesday, »Iarch 17th, Return visits every month. The Regular and •Reliable Chicago Disease Specialist who has since 1907 treated Chronic, Nervous and SPECIAL DISEASES of Men and Women Scientifically also Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat, Lungs, Heart, Blood, Skin, Nervous Debility, Nerves, Liver, Stomach, Intestines, Kidneys and Bladder. Consumption in an early stage, Catarrh, Ringing in Ears and Deafness, Paralysis, Neuralgia, Epilepsy, Sick Headache, Goitre, Eczema, Scrofula, Appendicitis, Gravel, Rheumatism of joints and muscles. PILES, FISTULA, FISSURE and Other Rectal Diseases Treated ' Surgical Cases Given Special Attention Over 80% of my patients come frotn recommendations of those I have cured. CONSULTATION FREE 1544 E. 83 rd. Address r\ irncMit I l\/fPi IM-I m. oa ra. BI. litters to Dr. J. F. Shallenberger, M.U.CHICAGO, nx. "Better Quality" SEALS "Quicker Service" COMMISSION EXPIRES ORBiR HEADQUARTERS for RUBBER STAMPS YOUR ORDER WILL IE FILLED PROMPTLY AND EFFIQiHTLY The Algona Upper DOT Moines ed and served. This concludes the season. Sunday, March 1, Mrs. Esther Skow, HafioJd, Ole K. Flom, Ann and Ethel, drove to Forest City. The young people attended a rally at the Baptist church. Mrs. Skow and Mrs. Flom attended a dedication of the new Lutheran church. Jurgen Skow and Fldells also attended the dedication services. David Gouge, Jr. ,1s spending a part of his 30-day furlough at the home of his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Tcm Gouge. He Is a flying cadet and had been at Fort Dix, N. JJ but Is to be transferred to Maxwell Field, Alabama. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. David Gouge, of Mexico, Mo., formerly of the Corwlth vicinity. Mr. and Mrs.- George Foertsch moved recently to his parental Mrs. Theresa Foertsch home. The Baldy Grant family who had been with tier mother, Mrs. Theresa Foertsch this winter, moved to a tenant house and he will work for John Arendt at St. Benedict. The Norbert Hll r berts are moving into the buildings vacated by George Foertsch. The local firemen havft donated $25 to the local Red Cross. Mrs. Vee Mullln was hostess to the members of the Royal Neighbors Thursday afternoon. Roger, young son 'of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Daughn, was quite ill with the measles last week. Alf Studer is having a brooder house built. Del BennSr is assist- jn-g. with the carpenter work. The Woman's Society of Christian Service will hold a bake sale in the Kraus store, Saturday, April -1th. , Myra Studer, R. N., of Rochester, Minn., spent several days last week at her parental Ben G. Studer home. The town election will be held on Monday, March 30th, at the town hall to elect, a mayor, five councilmen, an assessor and a treasurer.' lA home project follow-up meeting was held Tuesday afternoon, March 3rd, at the Ben Schrauth home. Mrs. John Huff and Mrs. Esther SkiSw gave the lesson. The Merwln Dlmond family moved last week onto the John Hutchison farm. The house had been repaired and re-decorated following a celling fire there.Jtwo weeks previous, i The Lloyd Neswold family moved from the east part of town' to^the Richard Van Horn farm northeast of town Monday. A family from Corwith moved to the Neswold place. Mr. and MrsM. Ed Hildman and Lawrence went to Fort Dodge recently where Lawrence received medical attention for an injured finger which has caused him considerable pain. A home nursing class will be started soon after «Easter in charge of Mrs. Ray Wingert, R. N. They are being sponsored by the local Red Cress chapter and will be held in the C. D. of A. hall. J. .P. Studer, Alf Studer, Andrew Gollner, Guy Bruns, Cecil Nail of Corwith and Geo. Manus of Burt attended a Co-Operative Educational meeting and banquet in Mason City Wednesday evening. About 20 Wesley folks drove to Forest City Monday night, Maruh 2, to hlwr Rev. Blomgren at the civic center He lectured and showed war pictures of England, Russia and Pearl Harbor. Jack Haverly has completed a new 8 by 18 foot hog house on his place north of the public schpol. He will also build a hen house. Tom Forburgor and Jack S.tuder assisted with the carpenter work. /George Aldrich resumed his duties as rural letter carrier the first of last week following a two months' vacation ordered by his physician. His brother, Guy Aldrich had substituted fbr him. George is much improved in health. Mrs. Alf Studer entertained her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. George Ward received high score prize and Mrs. J, L. Haverly received travel prize.. Mrs. J. L. Studer will be hostess to the 'club Wednesday, March 18th. (Mrs. Leo Young and dadghter, Judy, of Garner spent from Wednesday night until Friday night at her parental Alf Studer home. On Friday afternoon they visited their daughter and sister, Mrs. Ed Downs and, family at Titonka. Mrs, R, C. Bauer entertained her bridge club Thursday afternoon-. Mrs. Arlo -Dawspn and Mrs. George Aldrich won first and second high sa:re prizes. Mrs. Leo BHe'ch will entertain the ladies on Thursday afternoon, March 19th, Mr. and (Mrs. George Aldrich en- leaned ftt two tables at bridge Sunday night, March 1st. Mr. and Mrs. «. C- iBauer and Mr an<j Mrs. Arlb Dawson won first and second high score family prizes. Mrs. Aidrich served ft dellelpHS lunch. The Stitch and Chat circle of the Methodist Ladles' Aid will meet on md|»esdfly, March J&|- at ttw home of Mrs. J. A, Riggf; the K. Y, JSf« at the Fred jpjdeh home; the Willing Workers *t the Ctarenpe Wards nad the Dorcas circle with Mrs. Al Wagner, Mrs. Jo* Meurer entertained her bridge club Thursday afternoon.' Mrs. Will Wird of Titonka and Mrs: Lael Root were guests, Mrs, J. M. Kunz and Mr|. Julius Rung won high and low score prizes. Mrs. j, M. Kijnz will be hostess tft the club Tfewsday, Jfercfc l?th, iA bow* project f«.;low-up meeting w*s bel4 it FENTON P. T. A. HEARS F. B. UUSH, SAFETY OFFICER Fenton': The P, T. A. met Tuesday evening at the high school auditorium The program opened with a solo by Barbraa Frank, accompanied at the piano by her sister, Phyllis. Following this the girls' sextette sang 'two numbers. The p'e'dgo of allegiance was also given. S. E. Straley, program chairman, introduced the speaker, Frank B. Ulish of Fort Dodge, and state safety chairman of the Iowa Congress of P. T. A., whose topic was "Safety on the Highway." Mr. Ulish Is also a member of the state safety council. At the close of the program, moving pictures showing the chances many drivers take, -were shown. Mr. Ulish spoke to >the grade and high school pupils in the afternoon. A short business meeting was held. Mrs. Mueller appointed the Mesdames Fred Brown, Bertl Berkland and Wilbert Holldorf to nominate candidates for offcie to be voted on in April. DR. MUELLER HAS FIRST AID CLASS ON MONDAYS iDr. J. A. Mueller- 'is acting as head of a group of 25 men who are learning to administer first aid. Each Monday night, for a period of ten weeks, these men go to the Fenton school for their lesson. The "pupils" are Rev. J. G. Waterman, Hadley Bailey, B. G. Berkland, Mike Besch, Jr<, Earl Crouch, Paul Eigler, Don Jorgenson, Alfred Meyers, Frank MoFall, Albert Mitchell, Fred Newel, Ralph Riedel, Dr. E. W. Ruske, J. A. Schwartz, J. A. G. Smith, Oliver Stoeber, Wilfred Stoeber, S. E. Straley, Clarence Theesfield, L. P. Thomas, Ray Tietz, Gdrald Voigt, Leste* Welsbrod, Shelby Weisbrod and "Howard Schulte. Three meetings have been held up to the present time. CREAMERY NAN, LAKOTA, TO TAKE UP FARMING .Lakota: Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Thaves and little daughter, MaM- lyn, moved to the Charles Broker farm southwest of Thompson, where Clyde will work on the farm this year. Clyde has been assistant to Buttermaker Nick Behrends the past 11 years. |A family party was held at the local Methodist church last week Wednesday evening honring the Thaves family. Games of various kinds furnished entertainment, lunch was served to &bout 40 and the honorees were presented with a gift from the W. S. C. S. of which Mrs. Thaves was recording secretary. They will be missed very much by their friends. MRS. NITZ SUFFERS SLIGHT INJURY IV FALL •Mrs. Louis N]ibz bqcame faint while descending the stairs from the balcony In the Lutheran church last week Tuesday following funeral services for Emil Wlese ami fell to the first landing Although no bones are known to be broken, she is badly bruised on head, shoulders and legs and one ankle Is sprained. The Nitzs have 'been staying at the Simon Goske farm since the death of Mr. Goeke and while Mrs. Goeke is with her children at Hubbard, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rosenau spent last week Sunday visiting relatives at Emmetsburg. Wallace, son of Mr, and Mrs. C. O. Peterson, was sick several daya with an attack of appendicitis, Mr. and'-Mrs. Robert Hamilton, Waukon, Iowa, spent last week end visiting Robert's mother, Mrs Maude Hamilton. (Madge Thompson, high school student, slipped on the stairs at the school one day last week and sprained one ankle and missed school for the rest of the week. iMesdames J. E. Smith and Emma Smith entertained at four tables of bridge at the J. E. Qmiths last week Tuesday evening. Defense Stamps were given as prizes. The A. C. Schlssel elevator shipped approximately 82,000 bushels of government corn from 4 steel bins 'worth of the elevator last week. The corn was sent to Pekln, 111. Marvin Baum, local barber, went to Rochester, Minn., Sunday, March 1, where he went through the clinfc and returned home Wednesday evening. He went back again early this week for further examination. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Klocke and Verna drove to Gowrle a week ago Friday and helped the Roland Smiths, Jr., move fro ma farm near there to a larger one 7 miles west of Callendar. They returned home Sunday evening. The Rev. E. G. Sauer was the speaker at a Lenten service at the Ledyard Evangelical church Wednesday: Feb. 25, and attended the conference at the Ramsey Reformed church March 3 and oh March 4 he was guest speaker at the Reformed church at Buffalo Center. The Rev. and Mrs. N. F. Grote, Lakota, accompanied by Mesdames Gertrude Weimer and Ben Mayer, Ledyard, attended the New Outlook Day meeting at Fort Dodge Thurs^ day and report a very Inspirational meeting. E. Stanley Jones talked at 11 o'clock and again In the afternoon. An estimated crowd cf nearly 1500 people attended. (Mesdames George Heetland, Jerry Heetlan-d, Carl Gerzema, Wade Ball and Miss Hnnah Heetland attended the funeral of Mayor Carl Specht at Algona last week Wednesday afternoon. The I. E. Wort- mans and J. E. Ukenas drove down Sunday afternoon to see Mrs. Specht and family. The Spechts were former residents of Lakota and members of the local Presbyterian church. Mrs. Wlliam Aalderks came home with them. -Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Olthoff. Leonard Seibolt, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Patterson. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Rippentrop, Mr. and Mrs. George Ennen, Mr. and Mrs. Nemmo Risius, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Heetland and Ray Winter attended the D. E. K. Rural Electric Cc-Operative annual meeting at Estherville on Thursday. Demonstrations on home made electrical chick brooders, heated stock tanks and electrical "appliances proved very interesting. week where the young men have been working In defense Industries. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Vaux of Mount Vernon, Washington, left on Tuesday for Cedar Falls to visit relatives. 'From there they will <go to Ashton, III., to visit the Ted Vaux family. A single ox yoke picked up at the Algot Swanson sale by iMyron Johnson, attracted consderable attention among the men about town last week. A very small number had ever seen oxen driven. Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Eckholm, Mrs. Elfrieda Leland an-d Mrs. \Hen- rf Schuler returned last week from California, where they had been visiting. The Wednesday previous they left for home, they erperienc- eri ah air raid alarm at Los Aft* geles. 'Lieutenant and Mrs. Andersort, now stationed at the station hoftflt* tal at Camp Folk, came Wedheft* day night for a visit with the parental J. J. Andersons and with other relatives here. Lieutenant Anderson says this Is his first leave of absence since he went there, nearly a year ago. Leaving her* they will visit Mrs. Anderson's folk* at Bronson, thence to Camp Polk to report for duty on March IB. Mr. and Mrs. Art Zielake, Mrs. Harriett M&tzener and, Patty arid Herb Zielske were Sunday dinner guests at the Raymond WdlcoX home in iFlort Dodge, 40 USE S & L'S LAYBY PLA You Rey Conveniently a" j Still Ge! LOW CASH Price 121,250 BUSHELS OF GOVERNMENT CORN SHIPPED OUT OF SWEA CITY .SIXTY HELP CELEBRATE GADE WEDDING ANNIVBY Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gade were honored Sunday evening when (50 relatives and friends gathered to help celebrate their 20th wedding anniversary. The couple was presented with several gifts, including a set of china. Five hundred was played at six tables. High score honors went to Robert Bell and William Roeber and low to Emil Bierstedt and Mrs. William Roeber. Chair prize was received by Mrs. Carrie Haase. Lunch brought by the guests was.servcd at midnight. Those attending were August Gade, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gade and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bell and family of West Bend, Mr. and Mr.s. Otto Bell and Irene, Mr./ind Mrs. Wm, Meyer, Ernest and Elvin, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rceber and Melvin of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Faulstich and family of Lo'tts Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Gade and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bell and Loren, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Witt- Uopf, Mrs. Carrie Haase, Minna &nd Gai|, Anita Thompson', Mr. «nd Mrs. Harry Phillips, Bob Wray and Dick Sjogren, all of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Haase and Gary, Mr and Mrs. Clifford Haa^ and Lee and Emil Bierstedt of Penton. Mrs. E. A.| Welsbrod of Whittemore spent Tuesday at the W. J. Weisbrod home. .Frank B. UMsh of Fort DoJge was a supper guest Tuesday at the S. E. Straley home. Ruth and Dorothy Dreyer attended a recreational leadership training school at Algona Thursday and Friday nights. / Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ackerman and family of Lone Rock were Monday nierht supper guests at the A. R. Willrett home. The annuat meeting of the stockholders of~-the Farmers Elevator company will be held at the Fenton gymnasium on March 14th. Circle 1 of the W» S. C. S. met Wednesday aftelrnoon with Mrs. J. A. Mueller. Ten members were present. Mrs. S. E. Straley gave the lesson. Lunch was served. Rev. and Mrs. J. G. Waterman, Ed Schlei and Mesdames Fred Brown, J,, A. Mu'eller and CUra Mueller -attended the "New Out- took Day" meeting in Fort Dodge Thursday, .Mrs. John Ruhnke and Mrs. F. F. Schroeder were hostesses to the St. John's 'Ladies' Aid meeting on Wednesday afternoon in the church basement. Guests included Mrs. H. H. Dreyer, Alvina and Ruth and Mrs, penry Scbrpeder. The W. S. C.-8. will meet on Thursday, March l?th. The society was postponed a week because of the New Outlook Day meeting at Fort Podge. Hostesses are Meg- dames Henry Lincjsey, Phillip>Wan« der, Art Voigt, O. 8. Johaspn, Kelvin Mansager and Alfred Meyers. Mrs. Herbert SWckelomn, was the hoatess to pw JftOrvJlle I^dje*)' 414('Thursday afternoon to the church basement Guests included Mrs, B. O, Berkland and daughter Virginia, %wi J&s. Woyd Berfc&id, lira. <%1 Bwsk, Mrs. Jrvty Ftink Pl4 Mrs, f?r*d FriBfe joined the aid, (Thp U-Deal-M bridge club met Tu^sijay a|tern,oon at the JWBMJ pf Mrs. Amos Fljmested, Mj®, fcer M,r«. iSwea City: Around 121,250 bushels of government -sealed corn is b^ing shipped from here as fast as cars are available, to the Corn Products Refining company at Pekin, 111., to be made into industrial alcohol, molasses and other corn products. The corn which is of the 1938 and 1939 crops, appears to be in very good condition. Sixty-six steel bins will be emptied, leaving 50,000 bushels in the remaining bins. The corn is transported from the steel. bins to the east Farmers elevator bins by the Ivan 1 Elliott and John Bruce trunk- Ing crews, using four trucks. The truckers hope to average moving 8 carloads a day. COMMERCIAL TEACHER STOVES TO GBINNELt, ' Walter McCrary, who has been teaching a commercial course in the Buffalo Center high school, has resigned his position there to accept a similar position in the Grin- neli high school. Mr. McCrary began his work at Grinnell Monday. Mrs. McCrary and small daughter. Margaret, will remain in Buffalo Center about three more weeks, or until spring vacation at Grinnell. When they wil move the household goods to that place. MANY SWEA CITY FOLKS MADE MOVES DURING WEEK The weather-man was unusually gracious to the many movers last week. A number of farmers exchanged places. Here in town several changes have taken place including the following: the P. J. Helmkes moved from their farm to their new home purchased from Conrad Linde. The Conrad Linde family has moved into the Linde estate dwelling. The Wm. Guyers have moved from the Linde apartments to the Robert Bell cottage. The Henry Gettmans have moved into their house purchased from Bert Turnbaugh. The Algot Swansons' moved from Swea township to the Olive Anderson property which they had purchased and the Otto Swanson family moved from there into the Anna Springer house. The Sam Rystads, who purchased the Victor Eckholm estate residence, will move from their rooms over the store some time this month, and the Buell Johnsons will move into their new house, rebuilt from the Bethlehem church property, this week. FOIST AID CLASS HOLDS PARTY FOR TEACHER The -first class in the Red Cross first aid course finished the course last week. On the preceding .Friday the ladies honored the instruc—. tor, Mrs. R. L. Williams, Lakota, at a coffee party, and presented her with a Roseville pottery vase. A second class has enrolled £&r a course to start late this spring. Mrs. Bert Larson has returned to Swea City after having spent the winter in Pontiac, 111. Mr. Larsen will return later. IMiss Darlene Johnson, who Is employed in Christensen's cafe, recently was operated on for appendicitis-at Webster City. Dri Forbes was passing out cigars Thursday morning. A son, John Walter, weight T& pounds, was born Wednesday night at the General hospital, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Peterson, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Leland returned from Los Angeles last 'lowo'i n«w ilreamlirwr lt» Monlrow Hotel i» to the everyday hotel what a Deiiel-powertd gionl of Itw raili h to on old fathlontd wood burner. ITs new throughout, from flagpole to Ho B »tonei. New Java Room Coffee Shop, Hurdle and Halter Inn and Food Fountain Room will please and delight you. HOTU WQHTROSt FLOWERED BONNETS by Solly lynne |95 $3 valuei at thli low price. Flowen galore. Gay rib* turns, veils. BLOUSE 1 BEAUTIES J 1.39 VALUES 1 Pretty Vfrillie*" in Organdies and Batutei. Tailored crepe shirtwaists. White and Pastels. 1.39 VALUES! Lacy or tailored. Including-4 gore types. Beautiful, long-wearing fabrics. YOUR S & L OUTFIT will be your NICEST ever — and will cost MANY DOLLARS LESS! You can afford IOTH at fhl« print Easter €oat» antljSuits 13.95 •iMwhar* Faultlessly tailored sports, casual or dressy coats. "Boy" styles, tie-belt wraps, fitted tweed reefers. Every glorious new Suit idea. Lots of Dressmakers, Pilots, Coverts, Shetland*, Herringbone tweed* and Plaids. GIRDLES $1.39 VALUES! 2-way • stretch favorites. Choice of 3 LENGTHS in each of ) different sizes. .-fife OTHERS TO 22.85 Your Easier HAT Stafford Club Oriiintll. S.OO qiulilyl Genuln* Fur Fell In all the new colon, band ityUi and blocki. This Label It your guaranteed ««vin(X of S6.50. $2 Dress SHIRTS Sanforiud — 99% thitak-Piopfl N*w icripM and pl»14t on light or dark gtoundt, WhiiM alw, Your S &L Co. Store Benton DRE$S SHOES in town. Pint GcxKJmr vaU* Pre*T SPRING SUITS Othtn <rt 3.4$ tt'f « gre«l Spring for 8I»« t« 10. AA wool wontf<j* VOVB THINfWSHQi FORTH! NW YQUI Walking DJOJ-O? Here sre the ihoe* you'll wsw)

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