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V 1942 500 MUSICIANS IN SUB-STATE AtswEAcnr Ittttic Oontest on April 9, ' ,10 and 11; All Phases of Music Activity to be Represented ''jA.rfaiigdm'ents in detail/ have befen completed for the aub-state music contest to be held here April *, 10 &nd 11 by Gerald Nlettteyer, ] 0 - <ial school music director. The pro- gfams will be held In the high school auditorium and the Baptist .church, with the opening at seven o*d<*ek. It Is estimated that throughout the three-day sessions .nearly 600 contestants will participate. ' Thursday Night iOass C bands will, participate In <the'high School auditorium while at the Baptist church girls' sextets aM girls' trios will contest. It Is .-estimated that 415 musical' yofmg- .<st§r;s will gather for tHSse two •events. * s'iv'i Three Sessions Friday jStarttng at 9 6'clock-Friday morn- Irtg 438 contestants will start the •day when the class D bands meet in the high school auditorium and .•at the Baptist church boys' quartets, mixed quartets and madrigal XiWips. .will • compete, in the afternoon 238 contestants -will take part when class D orchestras will compete at the high school auditorium, as well as brass sextets, Bb clarinet quartets and Vbrass quartets. At the Baptist church solos In bass,' tenor and .mezzo sopranos will be heard. • fin the evening at the auditorium at; seven o'clock 435 contestants -will .take part in girls' class D glee clubs,>boys' class C glee clubs, •and class D mixed choruses. At the B&ptlst church competition in trum- !. Ypun? Salesmen .Two sixth grad pupils in Indian- <olp, Jack Allen and Betty Jo Fitzpatrick, sold defense stamps amounting to $7.80 in three days. The purchasers were fellow school p'u- -pilS. •.:•.-. pet trio*, Bb clarinet solos, flute solos afta French horn, solbs. Two Programs Saturday At 9 o'clock in the morning <St contestants will take part In class C girls' glee clubs and class C mixed chorus. At the Baptist church tenor saxophone solos, cornet solos, baritone solos and marimba and xylophone solos will make up the program. In the afternoon 70 contestants will enter at the school auditorium with wood wind trios, tuba soloa, chamber groups of woodwinds, trombone solos, alto saxophone' solos, violin solos alto clarinet solos and baritone saxophone solos. At the Baptist church piano solos, contralto solos and soprano solos will fill the program. • / Doan News Lee and Lynn Struthers, sons.of Dale Struthers, have been ill with the measles. 'Robert Bolenus, son of Mr, and Mrs. Lou Bolenus, expects to leave fbr a U, S. Army training carrip Thursday. The Van Hansens drove to Milford on Wednesday to visit Mrs. Hansen's sister, Mrs. Arch Struthers, and family. Merlin and Ted (Jr.) Hoover spent from Thursday morning until Saturday at Des Moines attending the basketball tournament. Duane Hanson, son of the Van. Hansens, is spending a week's vacation with his parents. He is a freshman at the Esthervilfe Junior college. Miss Jean Tryon teacher at Buffalo No. 9, resigned her position last Friday/ and expects to leave Wednesday for California whero she Will -obtain employment. ' Members of the Lou Bolenus family have been ill with colds and the Hu. Betty Asa ; small grandchild, was seriously ill on Friday with a high fever and glandular trouble and. was under a doctor's care. /The Doan \V. S. C. S. served supper to forty young married farm couples of the farm bureau on Wednesday evening at the Doan church. The topic of discussion was "What We Can Do About the War". There was also a program. ^ «• Get Your Electrical Appliances Here -). .We have MAYTAG WASHING MACHINES PHUjOO RADIOS ELECTTOC IRONS and TOASTERS HAMILTON BEACH FOOD MIXERS' . - / ELECTRIC SWEEPERS • ' QUICK MEAL RANGES and NORGE REFRIGERATQRSJK We also have IOWA CREAM SEPARATORS, CHORE BOY and NATIQNAL MILKERS^ J We Service All Makes »t Washers Algona Maytag Store FARM SEEDS We have a large stock of farm seeds,-all northern grown and'of excellent quality: We are jobbers as well as retailers of these seeds so will "have a large* stock to/ draw from. You will find pur prices very reasonable for the quality of seeds of^ereqt \ Come In and examine these seeds-and compare them—price and quality—with any other seed on the market. We have a complete assortment including flax seed. Medium Red and Alsike Clovers and Grimm Alfalfa are especially nice seeds. Let us figure your seed requirements and we will make any mixtures you will need. We rent a motorized fanning mill for cleaning your seed grains. Clean your seed now and be sure you can get the mill. ,, Algona Flour & Feed Co. PHONE 257 LIF E If I had my l}fe to Jive over, I wpul4 cut out some of the tWngS I 4i4. You see the laws are stricter nowdays. ? In a general way J wouJ4 marry the same girl, live in the same town selling shoes to the-same people. JnHhe patch work frf a long life you are apt to, get spme plepes in the quilt a lUtle off color, I had a good time, worked hard and sold more sh.oes than any two men in northern Iowa. I em still doing it. I believe In quick sales and small profits, I handle nothing but standard well Jwwvro lines, ^ - ?Wjfht now we havf a beautiful showing of pumps and ties, for $b$ ladles,, Sport oxfords and Joafers for the girls i» all colors and joodelg, 11 • * * ,, p» men'f osfprcjs we to^ve all twe new mo4«ls, Tf«H» get wytblng^u^sraft from fl.^ ug |B tf9&, feet and ydur popketbpok, ' _ ( luiunie Neville , ,, LOCALINOTES Mrs, W. C. Iretoin was 111 last week with an attack of the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gelgel spent Sunday at Burt visiting Jtr. and Mrs. WB1 Kennedy. Mrs. Hartay Troutm&n entertained the members of the Thimble club at her h&me Monday afternoon. O. ft; Lain* and w«V David, spent the week end In Des Mbihes where they-attended the state bas- kctba'll tournament. Mrs. O. D. Stokes spent the week end at Spencer at the home of her sister and husband, Mr, and Mrs. W, J. Beckett. Terfertce Cullen, Mason City, is expected to arrive Wednesday to spend the rest of the week with his aunt, Mrs/ St. M, Smith. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Phillips spent; the week end in Cedar Falls with their .'sons, William who is a senior and John who is a freshman. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Itaney' received a cablegram from their son, Howard, last w8ek stating he was fine. He is stationed in Australia. Mrs. W. I* Jenson returned Friday evening from Sioux City where she had spent the past three weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Fowler. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johonnson were in Tltpnka Thursday making the acquaintance of their new niece, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Johannsen. ^ Dr. Karl Hoffman brought Mrs. Hoffman home from Rochester last Tuesday. She is recovering nicely from a major operation performed several wteeks ago. Pr. and Mrs. Harold Meyer and Dr. nhcl Mrs. S. W. Meyer were in Hampton Monday, evening attending a district meeting of the Osteopathic Society. St. Thomas Episcopal church will hold Holy Communion Wednesday omrnlng at ten o'clock. Special Holy, Week services will be held Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. W. J. Becker is convalescing at the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. E3. Anderson, 'after tteceivjing treatment for the past three weeks at the Kossuth hospital for pneumonia. Mr and Mrs. Bert Robblns and Will and Alice Klippel were visitors in the A. It. Long homo Friday. They are former neighbors of Mrs. Long's mother, Mrs. J. T. Jackson who is visiting here. ' Mn. and Mrs. A. P.' Reubel of Barnham and Mrs. P.ST. Hill of Fort Dodge were Sunday gues'ts of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Colwell. Mrs. Ruebel is a sister of Mrs. Colwell and Mrs. Hill is her mother. Virginia Spear and Mildred Richardson returned to Minneapolis Monday evening after spending the week end with Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Richardson. The girls attend Northwestern Bible College in Minneapolis. Mrs. August Huenhpld" returned Sunday? from Apache;| Qklahftma, where she'went a week ago Friday to attend the funeral of her sister- in-law, Mrs. Gustav Mlndeman. Mrs, Mindeman lived in Lotts Creek until severall years-ago. Mr. and Mrs. Edouard Thompson, Humeston, Mr. arid Mrs. Walter Friesner and < daughters, Lois and Kay, Ankeny, Robert Thompson of Ames wfll be Easter Sunday guests at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Thompson. English Lenten services with celebration of the Holy Communion will be held Thursday evening at eight o'clock in the Trinity Lutheran church. Holy Communion in the German 'language will be held Good Friday morning at 10530 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kahi of St. Paul spent the week end with Mrs. R; B. Waller and daughter Pamela. Mr. and Mrs. Kahl are Mr. Waller's aunt iand uncle and they wera returning to St. Paul after spending the winter at Long Beach, Ca.Uf. Mrs, Lloyd, Pratt and son, Jimmy left Sunday for Victor, Iowa, where they will, spend a week with Mrs. Pratt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Mc6ahey. Mr. Pratt will go to "Victor next week end, spend Easter there and bring his family home. Helen Chubb, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, C. E. Chubb returned Monday evening from Santa Monica, California, where she had 'been for a month.- She visited her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lacy, her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Chubb and son, Jimmy, and her brother, James, all of Santa Monica. She stopped over In Des- Moines for the week end with her cousin, Jane LaHrd, and. other relatives. Union Township Farm Bureau at Good Hope 'Union :•' The Union township farm bureau met at the community room at Good Hope last Thursday night. The program opened with community singing. Mrs, Johnson, teacher of District 4 presented her pupils in a rhythm band and singing number. A discussion on Farm Labor Priorities was led by Orvilje Gardner, iLunch was served by the committee composed of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Schenck, Mr, and Mrs. Or- viUe Gardner, Mr, and Bert Marlow, Mrs, John Held and BCJ>, Alden, Alfred Schenck is president of the Union Farm Bureau and Donald Boevers is secretary-treasurer. "I Grow My Own Qrocerlei With Henry Field Swd" f tirtfil Ytwr Oitt itf liNn Y|tf •tfjHIif w ftr«p • / J f «sr«iffftri JMn^i P|tr •fUp HENRY FIELD Mrs, Leonard Netsoti Is entertaining her (bridge club this afternoon. Mrs. Charles Walker Is very 111 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Tom Hftlpln. Teddy Herbst, sort of Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Herbst, was ill last week with influenza, Mrs. H. B. White spent Thursday with her sister, Mrs. V. E. Young, at Storm Lake. ; Mrs. Cllve Stewart Is entertaining the members of her knitting club at her home this afternoon. ;Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Pierce expect to' move Into one of the new Miller apartments about April 1. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Amfahr worn in Mason City Saturday attending a Fuller Brush salesman get-together 1 . E, V. Sheehan left this morning (Tuesday) for Des Moines where he will be for several days on business. Joan Stepnenson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Stephenson, spent Friday in Algona. She is employed at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Byson returned to their home in San Diego after two weeks with his folks, Mr. and Mrs. John Byson. Mr. and Mrs V. E. Young and two children spent' the week end with Dr. and Mrs. H. L. McCorkle. The ladies are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. McMillan, of Brltt, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy McMillan of Garner spent Sunday in the A. L, Long home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Raney, of West Union, spent the week end at the home of the former's mother Mrs. Cora Raney In Algona. Elsie Helmke Spent the week end near Cylinder with her sister, Mrs. Ole Gunderson, who is confined to her home with a 'broken leg. Airs. Harota Roth Is In Whittemore 'at the bedside' of her mother, Mrs. Josephine Hagg, who suffered a stroke a Week ago Thursday. Eugene Murtagh and daughter, Judy, returned Thursday from Tucson, Arizona. Mrs. Murtagh remained there for a few weeks longer. Mr. and Mrs, Roy . Qirlstenson and Bob spent Sunday at Spencer with the former's father and sister,' Nels Christenson and Jewel Christenson. Airs. J. T. Jackson of New Hampton' returned to her home Monday after spending several weeks in Algona with her daughter, Mrs. A. L. Long. Dennis Pratt came home Thursday to spend the rest of the Week with his family./He has been doing the electrical work oft tfupiew coun« ty home at Burlington. William Lee, Chicago, spent Tuesday and Wednesday In Alg6na as a guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Miller. He Is a former high school music teacher In the local schools. Dorothea Bjustrom, Of vllle Hanegan and Bob Muckcy, students at Dakota WeSleyan, are expected home Thursday to remain until next Tuesday with their parents. Roger Michel Is expected to arrive Friday to stay until Tuesday With his mother, Mrs. A. E. Michel. Roger Is a student at Dakota Wesleyan University at Mitchell, S. D. Mary Thompson, Estherville, spent •last week with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller Mary's parents are Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson and her father is Mrs. Miller's brother. Or, and Mrs. A. J. Eoson and family will spend the Easter week end in Orange-City with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. Andringa, and with her sister, Mrs. E. L. Crowley at LeMars. Mrs. Tom Kruse, Vlnton, the former Betty Murtagh, and Jean Murtagh, University of Iowa student, spent from Wednesday until Sunday at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Murtagh. Betty Scanlan, daughter fit Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Scanlan, is expected to arrive home today (Tuesday) for spring vacation-, She (will have as her guest Peggy Dawkis of Washington, >D. C. The girls are students at Rosary college, River Forest, 111. Mrs. P. A. Damon plans to accompany her husband, Capt. P. A. Dan- sort, to St (Louis,. Mo. 'He will continue to Fort Bennlng, Georgia, and Mrs. Danson will visit friends for a Week. Mrs. Danson and the children will continue to live here until Capt. Danson is assigned to a permanent post. Mr. ana Mrs* Bob Dutton and FUTURO Ankle Brace Patent design tires bettei and more comfortable support and makesl t perfect fitting. Don't wrinkle orer Instep. Nothing like It. __ Only „ OOC Lusby & Goissi 11-1^-13-14 daughter, Madonna, came last Tuesday for a week or so in Algbn* with friends and <bn a business mission. Mr. Dutton Is a deftertse worker at Parsons, Kansas. Other Algerians now In Persons are Max Meslng, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley McDonald anJ Mr. and Mrs. R. C. LaBarre Albert Ogen arrived home nesday from San Antonio, Texas, where he had been spending six weeks, playing golf on the famous Brekenridge Park course every day of his absence. The weather was fine in that southern city and Albert shows a fine healthy tan. Mrs. Ogren did not make the trip this year. Everett Rekers brought his wife, the former Marion Corey, to Algona to visit until after Easter with he mother, Mrs. F. A. Corey. Mr. and Tuesday and Wednesday, March 31-AprIl 1 Extended Run Barbara Stanwyck Gary Cooper in "HAUL OF FIRE" Thurs^FrL-Sat., April 2-3-4 TWO TOPS! MARY BETH HUGHES Second Feature Double-Starred Thrills! STARRETT HAYDEN OF 7NE COLUMOIA IDLAND5 """" Plus serial Holt of Secret Service Mrs. Rekers have moved to & fa,firt near Cedar Falls Adjoining the farm of Mr. Rekers' parents. They Are at present living; with the elder Rekers while their house is being remodeled. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. R, J. Neaiy, Mrs. R.. B. Waller and Grace Miller attended the spring concert given by the Oil- more City 'high school pupils. Gail Schroeder directed the program. She is a frequent visitor here in thSR. J. _._, the guest o| Afiss school teacher. The Red* Of os« sexdrt* 'be closed Friday because of tfrl religious holiday, MM. Sam MfcdUt reports that there Is still Sdftie ve^», ing to be finished and that can b* done on the days reserved tot knit** iters. Tuesday arid Friday after** noons the room is open for knitting, excepting this week when it IS opctt only this afterhoon. We Have Plenty of GOOD USED FARM EQUIPMENT IF YOU COME IN NOW TRACTOR.S One Regular Farmall with cultivator One F-20 Farmall on rubber With cultivator One F-30 Farmall on Rubber with chains ar.d cultivator . 1 Model H John Deere on rubber with cultivator, nearly new One 10-20 MeCormick-Deerlng- tractor. Good shape. One 15-30 McCormick-Deering tractor, good shape, MACHINES •''.-, We have 6 new mowers which we must sell before Saturday of this week or they will be transferred to some other branch territory. 2 No. 4 McCormick-Deering cream separators. , Two No. 20 corn pickers, 2 row mounted for F-20 or F-30. 36 inch Woods Bros Steel Thresher. , ( 1 I. H. C. No. 102 planter with wire '"; ; ''' Two Used Mowers . One 8" Feed Grinder Qne nearly new Spring Tooth One 2-14" Little Wonder plow'. McCormick-Deering Store INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO. Phone 52- Walt Hall, Mgr. This warm , - weather Just ain't Ridding. It's high time you grot-that garden In. Early gardens always were the best. ,.,.,.. Easiest way to add to your Income Is to grow your own groceries and stop haying to pay fancy prices. The government Is urging everyone to have a defense garden this year. How are you coming with yours' .«..,., ' A man wroU BM the other day the nuraery stocK he bought of me fpr $4 added oV*r $400 to the value of his property 'ive years later when he sold It. Don't think for a minute planting nursery stick Is a luxury nloae. ft Is, but an INVESTMENT, too i(>>((( Just ran across an old Chinese proverb on HOW TO BE HAPPY. It goes like "If you want to be happy an hour, get drunk, . If you want to be happy 3 days, get I.' you want to be happy a week, kill your pig and eat It. If vou want to tie happy forever, have a garden." , . *•••••• •Lot of truth In that; HENRY FIELD, this Week Henry Field Is ^ . ..... GIV NG AWAY PERENNIALS// NURSERY SPECIALS ; Lombardy Poplars The popular pyramidal tree 'or accent planting, backgrounds or sentinels. Extra. fine'3 to 4 foot size. Each only 9 CHINESE ELM (Big '. to 5 ft. size for shade) The Chinese Elm Is by far the most popular shade tree In America today, growing (8 to 10 . year), excellent shape, very hardy. These are big 4 to 6 ._,. Rapid 10 ft. per ft. size to give you shade In a hurry. REQ- U LA R 4Sc VALUE. This week only ... 29 A BEAUTIFUL LAWN LfKE THIS Br SOWING /T NOW/ ' To rf he*p you have a perfect lawn. Field's have a special mixture lor every type of condition-shady, wnny, or what you have. ComS In. and let us help you with your laV See P d r0 pr?cSd to Fit All PocketbooKs and Conditions 29c Ib. 35c 49c ib. SHRUB SPECIAL A special price on America's most popular shrubs. Hydrangea A. G. (blooms In spring) and Hydrangea P. Q. (blooms In fall). Hydranger A. Q. or Hydrangea P. Q.j 29 ONE FREE TO EACH CUSTOMER Thiiir..f ri., Sat., April 2, 3, Yot won't waft to ffl/f( (hopping at Honry Flfld'i THIS w»«*-en«f. To «ie* customer who b«y$ gorden^-J iced or nunery sfock^'' her* Tfrnrs., Frl,, or : Sat->K".^/< f arcToy in fh« ^.C^/Vii^fliiJfV amoanf of $1 "Zte^iiaMffft or more will Sipply Llmltedl Com* In Rarly! 5* y-'.. 7 ^.^ FREE A GORGEOUS reneHNiAL FLAW- Best of oH. you eon cheat* bef w«*n fhrto of fhe mott perennials — 04(Sr, A HARDY EVER (LOOMING SWEET WILLMM OR 4 GI4NT P4INTED DAISY. •• iiire and come M at early a* you can CHOICE FREE • One Hardy Sweet William or • OM Gloat Shasta Daisy, or early a* you can. • OM Giant iiaita oany or _ ptJHmlfe^ _ ^ 0»e GfcntJPAINTEDJfcUy _ ^ J CHERRY TREES Big 4 to 6 Footer* If you want fruit in a hurry, plant these extra-blq, extra heavy cherries. All the pop- u I a r varieties i ot . 0 < such a* Mont. in )0 w morency, Early .. Richmond, or English Morello at this low price as 59' Cumberland BLACK RASPBERRIES Popular with everyone because always loaded w!th>Bh.quality berries. Reg. price 25 $4 ZS for »1.1B. This •" * | •W 1*1 «J»» s«»e •..- — week for only 5 RHUBARB 39c My own special strain. Very vigorous. More Juicy than ordinary strains. fflfflC Sptclal 5 giant plants only 39' NfW Porodlie ASPARAGUS The new strain. Never stringy, 39 APPLE TREES Big 4 to 6 foot size Lots of 10 low All varieties go at °» this price,. Come and select yours early. Extra heavy roots.... UB 48 FIELD SEED PRICES STILL LOW But Art Advancing Better Buy NOW and SAVE! 16 Alfalfa .WVWj HC85 SW V.5%y n .? &% pure, Bu. ,.., Rid Clover ^ brightest, p I u m p e »t. high.germinating s**d I'V^ eyerpffere*. P«»..F $011 ••Udl>4 WMITI AHO YII.L9W MIXfD V liSw^eiOVER TIMOTHY Beautiful 191. Over ffft wirfe f O «4j Our m«(t P9PU- lac lot. , M °-% •»j Bwwpr SWJMW, * ^•J 0 *"* WW I*». M CROW YOUR OWN GROCERIES this Year WITH FIELD'S GUARANTEED SEEDS ALL FRESH NEW CROP A garden Is no better th»n the seed you plant. You can't get re. suits for your work. If your wed is no good, Be »ure you get only OENYINE Henry Field Seeds, the kind. ex. pert gardeners have Insisted on for over BO year*. Pkts.4c&Up 6LADIOIUJ Continuing 9<if very popuUr tfamoM 9rTf f *» X«» Ilk* only i, ,,. EVERBEARING PEAS ft 9 rHi. b»rgaln tor ||M^ 25 • FBEP: 'I, m,< tWtJty •« RadUD With WCh pound if tell w*ek COMPUTE DEFENSE An intlra fense OARPEN I g*rden for HENRY Fl

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