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COUNTY DOUBLES CHRISTMAS SEAL SALES OVER 1940 (Kosauth. county, under the chairmanship of Mrs. <E. A. Genrlch, sold 106 per cent increase in Christmas Seals over any previous year. This was reported to the state convention •of the Iowa Tuberculosis Association held in Sioux City last Thursday and Friday and at which Mrs. Genrlch was one of the three county chairmen In the state on the program. Attending with Mrs. Gen- rlch was also Mrs. C. C. Inman, of Bancroft. Iowa Now Third in Nation It was announced at the convention that Iowa is now third In the nation for the lowest number of T. B. cases. Nebraska slipped to fourth place, which was occupied by Iowa last year. Mrs. Genrich said that the convention discussed the problem of the after-war increase in T. B, something that has been true after all wars. The association is perfecting plans to combat this increase. Because of the tremendous step-up in industrial centers and because of the possibilities of fighting men contracting the disease on the world-wide battle fronts the association feels that there will be much need of hard work in the next few years. Already an increase has been reported in some industrial centers the past few months, Mrs. Genrich said. MARKETS HOGS Heavy butchers, 180-200 $13.30 Heavy butchers, 200-300 13.40 Packing sows, 270-360 12.90 Packing saws, 360-400 12.80 CATTLE .Canners and cutters $4.50-5.50 Fat yearlings 9.50-10.50 Stock steers 8.00-10.00 Veal calves '7.00-14.00 Fat cows : 6.00-7.00 Bulls 8.00-S.50 Fat steers '...' :* .- 9.50-10.50 SHEEP Choice :$11.00-11.25 iMedium .;. 10.00v-ll.25 {Common '..,. 2.00 Culls 3.00 down iFat ewes '. 3.00-5.00 ; GRAIN No. 2 white corn, new $.84 1 i 3No. 2 ydlow corn new 69H •No. 2 mixed corn, new 69 27 lb. test white oats 41}i No. 2 yellow soybeans 1.70 "Mo. 3 barley 48 EGGS Premiums 28c Extras , 26c Mediums 23c Dirty and checked eggs 21c Cash cream— Sweet 36c Noi 1 35c INo. 2 33c POULTRY Hens, over 5 Ibs J7Vic Hens, 4 to 5 Ibs 15%c Hens, under 4 Ibs ll%c Cocks, under 4VJ Ibs i lOc No. 2 poultry, 3c less. These are Monday quotations. Titonka Businea* Entertained Quint on Des Moines Trip The business men of Titonka were so pleased with the accomplishments of the Titonka high school basketball team that they presented the team with a trip, expenses paid, to Des Moines for the duration of the state tournament. Losing by one point in their game with Livermore, they missed their chance to play in the tournament, but due to the splendid backing -of the Titonka merchants, were able to attend the tournament from Thursday morning until Saturday evening. SEXTON NEWS Mrs. B. E. Saunders spent Wednesday and Thursday at the Henry Hawley home at Mason City. Mrs. Floyd Miller was on tin- sick list Friday aid Saturday. Her mother from Britt arrived to care for her. /Word has been received that Lyle Fitch is located at Camp Woiter.s, Texas, Charles McMann is located at New Orleans, La. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hinders and children and Imogens Jensen of Britt visited at the home of Mrs. Drusilla Noble Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven and Mrs. Sarah Wise spent Thursday in Mankato, where they visited Mrs. Lloyd Steven, who had undergone im appendix operation Thursday morning. The Sexton school sent as its spelling representatives to the Iivington school Tuesday: Mary Lou Hauptman, Donald Neahring, eigh'.h grade pupils, Lorraine Green of the sixth grade, Betty Wermersen of the fifth grade, Deloris Bemls of the third grade. Dorothy Kinsch was the winner of Irvington township, and Donald Neahring rated fourth from the Sexton school. Hospital News General Hospital March 23—Edward Manus Algona, surgical; Mrs. H. A. Gei'lenfeldt, Algona, boy. Blarch 24—Clarence Krause, Lu- Verne, surgical. March 25—John Struecker, Fenton, surgical. March 26—Ray Schiltz, Bancroft, surgical. March 27—Otto Borchardt, Fenton, surgical. March 28—William Schipull, Lu- Verne, surgical. March 30—E. A. Struecker, Rodman, surgical; Elof Pearson, Wesley, surgical. Kossuth Hospital March 24—Albert Stock, Algona, medical; Mrs. Fred Beitz, Algona, surgical. March 25—Charles Wilson, Swea City, medical. March 26—Mrs. Mary Keefe, Algona, medical; Lydia Dreesman, Ti- bonka, surgical. March 28—Ralph Archibald, Algona, medical. March 29^-Lois John-son, St. Benedict, surgical. JUST ARRIVED! ; EASTER COTTONS CHRISCHILLES &* as a wink" cottons for your little girl's Easter! Whirling dirndls, dickie dresses (Just Eke mother's) princess styles. Perfect for school, play or "best." Adorable New Styles! 1.29 1-45 2.00 2.45 Every gay new color and print! "Vitamin" prints rainbow stripes, plaids, «heck8, solids, dots! Full skirted dirndls, jumper dresses —In every new style. Colorful, slirink-proof. • Spun Eayon • Seersuckers • Pique • Suitings • Broadcloth • Bayon prints • Chambrays WHITE DRESSES We have a very complete showing of children*' white dresses (suitable for confirmation and church functions) in sixes 6tt, 7, 8,10, W and U. Plenty of smaller sixes for first HOUSER WILL ADDRESS ALGONA TOWNSENDITES Political strategy to be followed during -the campaigns next fall by those of the 13,670,000 Americana over 60 years of age. who wish to place the Townsend 'plan on the federal statute books will be outlined to TownsenditeS in Algona on April 6th'at 7:30 p. m., at 'the American Legion hall by C. M, Houser, The immediate objective of Townsend forces is to elect congressmen pledged to sign -House Petition 7, which will release House Resolution 1036 (The Townsend Bill) from the Ways and Means committee to the floor of the house for a vote. "To effect this, 218 signatures of congressmen will be necessary,", explained Dr. Francis E. Townsend, leader of the federal old-age pension movement. "We already have the signatures of 167 congressmen on House Petition 7, and of the remaining 51 necessary to get the resolution out of committee 25 have been pledged." This meeting will 'be one of a series of 250 to be staged in the midwest by officials of the Tcwn- send National Recovery plan. Similar campaigns are under way for the eastern and western states. Titonka Girl Gi-at«* Title Pag* of Iowa State Magazine fTitonka: Verdene' Boyfcen, daugh* ter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boyken, la in limelight ftt Iowa State College. Her picture adorns the cover of the March number of the "Iowa Agriculturist", published at Iowa State College, Ames, Verdene Is shown explaining a graph on egg production to a white hen, and a footnote says that even the hen can understand this graph on the present necessity. "Keep 'em laying and keep/em eating" pleads .Verdene, home econmics sophomore, as she outlines the coming months' work for one >of the college biddies. FENTON NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hansen of Armstrong, /are parents of a 6Vfc pound girl, Bonnie La Rae, born Wednesday night at' the Bahnson hospital in Burt. ' Mrs. Hansen is former fclma Itrueger. ' Mft and Mr*. Sdward HofemeiStef Returned 'Tuesday 'from Sewafd, N%bf., having gone thefts on Satur* <fay afternoon, because of the former's mother being called .to the army. Mr. Hofemelster Is the Lutheran parochial teacher., Circle One of the W. S. 0. s! met at the home of Mrs. a ffi. Straley Tuesday afternoon. Fourteen members were present MM, Elmer Wetebrod had charge 6f the dovo- lions. A chapter of "The Seed and the Soil" was given by Mrs. Fred Newel. .Lunch was served by the hostess. ' Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schmidt, newlyweds, Avere honored at a; house* warming ott Tuesday night, Pres- Hit were M#. and Mrs. 'Louie Mueller and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Mueller and David, Mr. and'Mrs. Clifford Mueller, Mr, and Mrs. Will Dreyer and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer. *nd The Ted Hoovers entertained the Van Hansen family, Allen Brinks of Titonka, and a cousin, Forrest Chrlstensen of Wesley at a waffle supper Friday evening. > Classified Ads RATES—Minimum charge 25c for 13 words or less. Cash rate, 2c per word, paid in advance. ; For Sale FOR SALE—Mukden soy beans. Germination 99%.—Cecil Bjustrom, Whittemore. Phone 3212. " 13* FOR SALE—1942 Ford .truck. 7x50 tires. 14 ft. grain box-and stock rack. 1937 Ford truck, 32x6 tires. Write Box 69, Algona, Iowa. 13-* IFOR SALE—Goad 2-wheel trailer, good tires, 4x7-ft. triple box. 1942 license.—Ronald Ortman, Burt. 13* FOR SALE—Purebred Hampshire brood sows.—Thomas R. Crahan, Livermore, Iowa. ,13*. (FOR SALE—Seasoned burr oak posts.—F. S. Thompson, Algona. Phone 26F12. 13* FOR SALE-7-Milk. cows and brood sows.—J. W. Johnson, Phone 616-12, Corwith. • . .13+ Miss Arline Godden, Algona, visited last week end. with Dorothy Hoover. Children of the Clifford Ringsdorf, Ted Hoover and Dale Struthers families are ill, with measles. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Martinek drove to Clear Lake to visit Mr. Martinek's sister, Mrs. O. M. Schmitz and family 'on Friday. Mrs. Fred Girres and daughter, Fredricca, Mrs. Adolf Girres of Doan, and Mrs. Henry Metz of Ventura, drove to Mason City Saturday. O. E. Hott accompanied several Titonka men to Minneapolis Sunday where the group took part in a bowling contest. They returned home the same night. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Hawkins visited August Scholes of Blue Earth Wednesday. Arthur Scholes of Helena, Montana, was also present. He and Mr. Hawkins were old schoolmates. Jean Tryon-, Titonka, who has been teaching the school, resigned last week aijd left Wednesday for California. Due to measles in the school there was a short vacation this week. . Miss Dorothy HBtover, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Hoover and who has been employe^ at the credit bureau, Algona, has accepted a position a* teacher at the school in Independent Dist. No. D, Buffalo twp. Harold Carlson, who is ill with heart trouble, felt able to ride to Titonka last Wednesday. Upon returning home, he slipped on the porch steps, tearing a ligament in his left foot and somewhat injuring his other leg, making it necessary for him to remain in bed for a time. The Doan bridge club met at ths home of Mr. and Mrs. 'Louis Larson Sunday evening. High prizes went to each Mrs. O. E. Hott and Tom Ellefson; low to Mrs. Tom. Ellefson and Wm. Cosgrove; and tavel to Mrs. Roy Ringsdorf. Due to the illness of two members, and the absence of two 'couples, only eight members were present. Phillip Goetz, son of. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Goetz, is staying at the home of his parents while they have gone to California, having been called there due to the critical conditi:n of another son, Lawrence, who was injured in an army camn. Phillip is just recovering fvem a long siege of Malta fever. !.• • -'ng been unable to work for su-veiul months. Sunday guests in nnd from Doan were: The Fror' I" ::t':ii -:t family of Sexton at tr'; Lambert Brothj.-st home; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kraitz, Titonka, at th" B—."n Asa home; Ross Buf'--::;. .. .he Mrs. Petra Larson home; Mr. and Mrs. George Struthers a • ' ''-"nhter, Ruth, and son, Arnold of West Bend, at tho Dale Struthers home; Clem Ludwigs of Otosen, at the Henry Mertz home; Mr. and Mrs, Bert Saunders, Sexton, at the Lou Bolenus home, and Leander Seefeld at the John. Ward home, Wesley. At the Doan W. S. C. S. meeting held last Thursday at the home of Mrs. Peter Hansen, new rulings were made regarding frequency of meetings, hostesses, and lunch dues. Only one meeting a month will be hdld, the two hostesses of the month having charge. The lunch dues will be doubled for members. Mrs. Merli Anderson, newcomerto Doan, became a member. The meeting for April will toe at the home 'of Mrs. O. B. Hott, on April 9th with Mrs. Ann M. Christensen as assisting hostess. LUVEENE NEWS The Birthday club met last week Monday evening at the home of Msr. George Tiede. Mrs. Edw. Dehnert won high score, Mrs. Tieds second high and Mrs. Harry Ljch- ty third. ' 'There will be Lenten services at the Lutheran church on Maundy Thursday at 8 p. m. and Good Friday services at 10 a. m. At the Evangelical church services will be held Wed/wsday and Friday evening at 8 o'clock. The Qo»,d Friday service <wiU be held at 7:30 p. m. at the Presbyterian church followed by the annual c9flgregati<msl business meeting. FOR SALE—Baled straw, alfalfa, Mukden beans,— A. J. Dittmer, Burt. . .: 13* FOR SALE—Duo-Therm oil burns- er, 15 inch, new low oblong model, new stove guarantee. Perfect circulating 2 burner kerosene heater with cook top. Genuine Wilton Ax- minister wool rug, 9x12. Walnut veneer dinette set, waterfall design with white leather aeat chairs. Ma' pie vanity dresses. Medicnie cabinet, with plate mirror.—C. F. RoaJ- son, Swea City. 13* (FOR SALE—Choice t purebred Poland China gilts. Farrow soon.— Aaron Steussy, LuVerne. 13* FOR SALE—New Spinet piano, ping pong table, Yank trumpet with case, $15.00.-r-Allen Piano Shop, North End 16th st., Ft. Dodge, la. 13* FOR SALE—Stack of 'oats straw, well stacked.—Alfred Jergensen, Algona. 13* ~FOR SALE—Timothy seed, 1941 crop, 8c lb.—R. L. Kuhlman, 4% W Ernst Oil Station on 169, S. of Algona. 13-14* FOR SAWEr-1840 heavy Chev. long wheel base truck, i speed axle, excellent condition', low mileage, new tires.—C. L. Cornelius, Fenton. FOR SALE—Moews & Lowes, either yellow" or white seed corn; and also some silo corn.—Andrew M. Hansen, dealer, 439 N. Wi'lliams, FOR SALE—Mukden soy beans, good germination. $2.50 per bu. ready to plant. No bags "furnished. —Alvin L. Weber, LuVerne. 12-13* 'FOR ASLE—Mukden soy beans. Germination 95 'or better. $2.50 per bushel—Hugh Raney, Algona. 12-13* FOR SALE3—Some good clean timothy seed. Good germination. 1941 crop.—Lawrence Hanson, Wesley. SS-13 FOR SALE—Tweet nest broodur stove. Oil burner. Good shape.— Jacob Maasdam, Algoan. SS-13 FOR SALE—Mukden soy beans. Good germination. —Carl Hutchins phone 24F3, Algona. 12-13* FOR SALE—Special Water Softener salt £or your water softener, ^ulk and package garden seeds. Bulk lawn seed and lawn fertilizer. Use them early, We deliver. Phone •7--Algona Flour and Feed Co. 11-14* ON HAND—Thousands of Baby and Started Chicks every day.— Thompson Hatchery, Elmore, Minn. 10-18*-24 FOR SALE—Good Remington upright typewriter. New roller, Com^ pletely overhauled. First $22.50 takes it.—The Algona Upper Def Moines. 6-tf FOR SALE—Hoe Feeders, Hog dnd Chicken Waterers, troughs and tanks.—Raesly Lumber Co. 28-tf SEED POTATOES FOR SALE —Early and late varieties. Grown on new ground. Free from disease —Thoreson Bros., Swea City, 4 west 3 north. 7-14* For Rent FOR RENT—Farm house with el- ectriclty.-John Long, Jr., Burt. 13rl4* Miscellaneous JAMESWAV ROWTOY Equipment. We have a few Jamesway Electric and oil brooders in stock Also a good variety of Jameswa: feeders and fountains.—Swift *m Co. 13 SPEINiG OPIBNtENG of Night Club Gay Paree, Hands P»rk, Sun day April R BUoor Show Cajrrol Slsters-AWen'* QrcfeestraJ Serving our famous chicken dinners, a 60c. Sfnturdwr, April, ^ BusseU Charles, -is* tlie time to plan »our fertUteer needs. Swift's Red Steer te ^Dend give yq«(^tJi^'-?WW omlcai pric«s on s»y standard an«ad Co, SWIFTS POULTRY and Swine concentrates contain all of the. proteins, minerals and vitamins necessary for correctly balanced diet,' with your home grown grains. Poul- ;ry concentrates, 37% protein, $4.35. Swine concentrates, 41% protein, $3:80. Egg ^Mash,,.;$3.00.-t^3wift & Co., Algona,• To^a-' • . '$':'"-.'.'. .<• '• !?-tf PHONOGRAPH RECORDS—all he new releases. • Needles—albums. —Kossuth Radio & Electric, Algona, Iowa. W , • , ,: - 9-tf The Algona Upper De« Molnes Authorized Smith-Corona and Underwood Dealer Allen Adding Machines 3-tf Wanted WANTED—-, Reliable girl for louse work. P'hone'iKIFll. George Kohl, Algona. - r. •' 13 WANTED—'Leaving April 8 for California. Can take .t,w'6 'tp ; Share expenses. Inquire at tipper Des koines. . 13* WANTED—Alfalfa hay.—Hamil- on Hatchery, Bancroft, la. . "• 13 97% INABILITY! Actually 9.7 out of every 10 ohioki alive and healthy at 8 week*) That'* the life itory of more than 100,000 day-old Swiff a Baby Chickj. Place and order today with yaurneareatSwitt Hatchery. Swift's Baby Chicks WANTED—-Reliable person wanted to call on farmers in Kossuth county. in our Hn«. th a week. Wjflte . *84, MarshatltOwn, towa. lay-off* le, Bo* 12*13* ftln W« are buying old book* and hiagftWrifts asvwell as scrap ifdn and 1 $netals."-J« Qrisenbefg. . iO-tf Chicks can- be moriey maker*. Place your order early to Insure getting them when you want th.em.'-Swift & CO. Hatchery, Algona, Iowa. 9-tf IF YOU NEED a rubber 1 stamp for any purpos*, you can order them at The Algona Upper Des Moines. 50c and up. 13Mf WHBSN YOU haul your own coal, c6rrre to the handiest place in town. —Raesly Lumtier Co, Milwaukee Depot Plaza. Phone 284. 46-tf SEE ME) FOR Real Bargains to s, loans, drainage surveying estimates on tile.^-Phll J. Kohl- . eral sa AM 1 *, Algdila, fffifa h»a«, phons M, Aifona, ^*JNf al 4tf#-tO buy, bUitd, fenVodftl, refinance F. «. A, ot Aimi plan, mdwthly Wdti<5tl6K of nve NO C«nWni**16rt of jfi M it . Dei Moines oglde.; 6v6f Klelnpetfif Food at trope? 44*tf BfflRWlNlD BRIQtttJTS. Sold bV Raesly Lumber Co. Phone 284.46-tf Exchange Dept. Basement Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suites Breakfast sets, Buffets, Radios , and washers , Bjustrbm'a Furnttufe 42'tf OFFICE SUPPLIES File Folders Adding machine rolls Typewriter ribbon- PRETTIEST FOE EASTER 2.5O 3.0O and 6.OO Big flattering- brims—to make you the prettiest girl in the Easter parade! Choose big "soft" halos, huge rough straws, new, wider sailors—all big and beautiful.' Straws, felts,- fabrics. All colors. Chrischilles , Clasp: Index Sftlei book* Secontf ahefett. Ctopy sheets., ink padfl,,*tahip* ,, Stamp pad Ink , '•> •Printing , ^ ..,, ,. . At 1*6 Algona fcppe* De* Motoes, B North Dodge. , 2d-tf • Slenderizing... Jut to tcitntific ,\ : Abbmixir designing. • Deluxe Krispeigh fabrics. • Lilted with rich Kmgigati tsj- f eta of Cclanete » rayon yarn. • Sizes 33tt to 4M. N*Vy, Black, Toast • A mat outstanding valm ft 22.50 Chrischilles CALL ¥0 THE Get come color in your life! Women's clothes don't use \ all the color in thf county. So stop that -. , t . '• •• • • •&? -i'•••?< v • . . . - v eternal monotone effect! Take a tip from, us ... you can only look well in a becoming hat.. . because we've been selling quality hats to men of good taste in Algona for many a year. Complete your wardrobe with the right hat for each suit... you'll look and feel better. And you have a wide variety to /choose from our new shipment of Dobbs hats just received 'In our stock you will find suits expertly tailored to last "for the % duration".. .destined to become prized possessions because of their durability and kna'ck of looking right at all tunes, A chpice of double a»d single-breasted models in new spring shades fabrics.,, featuring HABT JOE ' & MARX _______—PW to S28.50 AND O^IPPEEORAFT SUITS, —,-—.' Buy wh0 you n^ed whtte the quality is good an&tfce prices are st|U reaaqnable, because the war production ordei? will Effect you along with millions of other Americans,

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