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t •/*>**, i < % - , The Algona U Iowa, April 7> DR. HARRISON, BIBLE TEACHER, ATSWEAGITY Dr t Norman B.'Harrison will bi the speaker at a serieo of specia services to be held in tho Firs Baptist church cf Swea City, Iowa Dr. Harison is nn outstanding Bible teacher and evangelist. He will b assisted by C. L. Cotter who wll bring a lecture three evenings the first week on the Fulfillment of Bible Prophecy in- the Holy Land. These lectures will be illustrated with colored pictures. Services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. on Sundays and at 8 p. m. each week day except Saturday. Services on Tuesday, Wednesday'and Friday at 2:30 p. m. These meetings will begin on April 12th and continue April 24. Jerome Nielsen Wins Numeral in College According ta word- from Iowa State Teachers' College, Jerome Nielsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Nielsen, Algona, won his numerabi in college activities this spring. HOOD'S Specials Tue. Wed. Thurs. Ib. Algona BUTTER Soda CRACKERS 2'M7c -bx Fruit COCKTAlL2r s 25c Grapefruit JUICE EA. 15c Orange and Grapefruit JUICEBL'D- 8n 19c Large Pkg. RINS02PKGS39c Green Giant PEAS 2CANS29c Swansdown Cake FLOUR $£21c Garden SEED 5PKGS19c Fancy APPLES 5 IBS. 25c Large CELERY EA.10c Texas G-FRUIT8FOR25c Large LEMONS DOZ. 29c Pure GDBEEF2LBS33c Ring BOLOGNA LB.% Fancy 25c In Ike WEEKS NEWS CURRENT SCENTS PHnrOGRJPHM tOti : The Upper Des Homes OWL, GETS "HOT SEAT"— Wadena, Minn.: Photo shows Gerald Johnson. nine-years- old, of Biue Grass near here, holding an- owl with a rat in its c.'aws. The owl evidently had flown to a transformer of REIA. line and both owl and rat were electrocuted. FORMER BAJ.X, ROOM OF LUXURY LINER—New York. N. Y.: This U. S. Navy photograph was taken aboard tho naval auxiliary U. S. S. LaFay- etts, the once proud sea queen Normandie, during the height of the disastrous fire last week, and shows firemen hurrying 'through the former ball room of the liner. Weather This Year Is Above Normal • So far this year the temperature during each month has been above normal, according to Weatherman Nolte. Durign March the average was 36.7 which was 6.3 above normal. The precipitation was 2.H ior H above normal. The month experienced 4.8 Inch snowfall. _ So far April" 4th promised thfe warmest day of the year. The temperature for the week: High Low March 31 43 28 April 1 65 26 April 2 58 3.7 April 3 67 29 April 4 81 47 April 5 54 32 April 6 54 32 April 7 .' 45 S3 Safetygram The National Safety Council tells us that 101,500 peo-ple were killed in the United States in 1941 by accidents. Only four diseases took more lives —heart disease, cancer, cerebra-1 hemorrhage, and nephritis. This means that every five minutes of the day or night some one is killed accidently in the United States. This is a frightful toll; if our war casualties amounted to this astounding figure, we wuold soon become greatly alarmed and would do something about it. iHowever we take for granted that vve shall have accidents and do nothing to reduce this terrific figure. Let's make 1942 a better year by conserving lives, limbs, and material so that we shall have all help available for our boys at the front. History Repeats A West Union company tried to deliver milk to city patrons recently using horse-drawn wagons. The occasion was marked by an old- fashioned runaway. • The Government has released Regulators and Equipment until April 15th. Get your Bottle Gas Stoves before the time limit is up. We also have a few Norge and Roper and Quick Meal combination stoves. We can supply you with your Shellaae Bottle gas. Get Your Maytag Washers Here Algona Maytag Store • I»Jw>n«t399 Residence 648- W A HERO AND HIS FAMILY—Melbourne, Australia: General Douglas MacArthur, accompanied by Mrs. MacArthur and their son, Arthur, are pictured on the platform of the railroad station here upon their arrival from Adelaide, March 21. The MacArthur accompanied by the General's aides, made a hazardous trip from Baatan Peninsula by speedboat and thence by plane ta Australia where the General took over the command of the United Nations forces in the Pacific.! This'photo was radioed to London from Melbourne and then reradioed to New York. - CHAMPION CO^HNG FROM SCOTLAND—Noblesville, Ind.: Named supreme champion at Perth, Scotland, recently, this 14-month old purebred Shorthorn bull, Royal Rothes, becomes the third such champion in the past four years to' come to America, according to F. W. Harding, livestock exporter and importer -of Chicago. The Perth-Show is one,of the greatest livestock events in the world. Royal Rothes was purchased at the record price of $13.333 by the nationally famous Conner Prairie Farm near here. Mr. Harding states that not even he knows when or by what route the bull will arrive in this country, since tho movement of boats is a closely guarded mil!-- tary secret. Other recent Perth champions to come to America have been 1 Calrsosie Mercury, bought by packer Thos. E. Wilson in 1939, and Calroaaie Prince Peter, bought in 1940 by George B. Longan publisher of the Kansas City Star, LAMENTATION IN SINGAPORE—Sitting on a piece of debris in a Singapore street, a'Mulayan mother expresses her grief over the loss ''.' her child who.se body (at right) lies where the youngster was •• Ted by a JPO bomb fragment in one of the last raids before the thy f 11. . MANY BOWLERS MAKE 200 TIPS DURING WEEK Tne 'bowlerd "boWbarded" the alleys this week and 26 made the "200' honor roll, a,lmosl equal to last week's 31 honor roll. -"Little*BUI" at the alleys; says that evidently the'bowlers think the pinS.'at'the ether end of the alley are J'apd the way they are knocking them off! Becker's Sports, with their; handicap 'rolled 1128 pittS in 'bra game. Oddity of the week was when Se- wiek, Burtt, rolled 180 each for three games. Wittkopf of Becker's, tops the honor roll with'two scores, 238 and 2ll The h'cnor roll follows: ' ': Wittkbpf, Beckers 238-212 Morgan, Burt 223 Sleeker, Interstate 225 Fraser, Court House 225 Barry, Grain Belt .'...223 Dailey, Silver Gray 222-215 Kossleckj Beckers 219-209 R. Krommlnga, Interstate ....215-200 McMahon, Wesley Auto 215 F. filelch, Wesley Co-Op 214 B. Hildman, Wesley Co-Op 214 Zender. K. of C 214 Lamprlght, Becker's 214 Root, Wesley Auto 214 Donovan, Pioneer 213 Robinault, Silver Gray 213-205 R. BeamisM, Becker's 211 Johannsen, Pioneer 211 Hardcopf, Peerless 208 Amfahr, Grain Belt 203 Geerlng, Pioneer 204 Clark, Court House 203 Muller, Court House 203 Callies, Interstate J. ."..201 Having a 600 series, were: B. Hilu- ,man 600, Dailey 601; and Wittkopf lino • .!",''."' In the men's bowling tournament K. of C. defeated Interstate two out of three; Peerless Oil defeated Sliver Gray two out of three; and Becker's Sports defeated Pioneer two out of .thre'e. team , Ptafleer ........... A . ............. H ..JI X .89(5 Interstate .......... ;. ....... , ...... 63 28 .884 Sliver Ofay .... ........... ,. ....... 64 ' 80 ,048 Algona dreajherjr ............ ft 84, jBfl DeKalb ..'. ....... . ................. >,4a '84 .5?$ Wesley Auto .,.-•..„ ....... »...# &t .680 Court House ........... , ........ 46 88 .648 Grain iBelt ... ...... , ............... 89 ' 42 .481 Wesley Co-Opl. .... ...... .,,.40 44 .478 K. of C. ............ >...« ...... * ....... S8 43 .489 .Jr. C. of 0. ,. M ,. .......... , ..... ,.87 47 ' ,440 Becker's Sports ,• ...... *..,....38 48 .427 'Peerless OH '...,.'..*.., ....... 36 4S .407 mleal *>*»• Of and 06. fciwl Aigdfca. ...,..... ....... Surt .................... < ............. 33 46 Old Style ............ ,:,-........,...31 63 .407 ,,... .369 Whittemore ......:.., ..... ,. ..... 13 ,63 .196 '••'ShUts iBrownbllt Is still In the lead in the woman's tournament: Shilts Brownbilt .„„. ,.;...43 26 .623 filk Cleaners ..... ........ .. ..... 40 '20 .580 Modern Dry ..... . ...... . ....... 30 42 .417 Barker's .......... :•„: ...... ........24 42 ,304 Mary Black, R. N* Wires frbm England When Katherine Ann-e Girres, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Girres, recently celebrated her second birthday, she received a cablegram from her aunt, Mary Black, R. N., Stationed In the. Harvard Hospital, Salisbury, England. , Miss Black also stated that she was well and was working hard. She is also a reader of the Upper Das Molnes and appreciates : its arrival every week. t»6tttJTft* aftd Swine concentrates contain all of the proteins, minerals and vitamins net)' eaaary for correctly balanced diet, with youf home grown grains. FOU! J try concentrates, &t% protein; $4.38. Swine concentrates, 41$6 nrotelrt, $3.8b. Egg Mash, $3.00.-~Swlft & Co., Algona, Iowa. t-tt 1 PHONOGRAPH • RECORDS—ail the new releases. Needles^albums, —Kossuth Radio & Electric, Algona, Iowa,: -'. . ••,-.•>. -'•.•.. •; ' <• • ;• 9-tf fhd Algoriri tipper bes Moincs Authorised' Smith-<3orona and Underwood Dealer.. Allen Adding Machines 3-tf IF. YOU NEED a rubber stamp for any purpos*, you can order them at The. Algona Upper Des Moinea, 50c arid- up. 13*-tf WHEN YOU haul your own coal, come to the handiest place in to-v^n. —Raesly Lumber Co. Milwaukee Depot Plaza. Phone 234. 48-tf Hobby A hobby that has proven profitable for Ervln. Rink, farmer near Cresco, is the raising of mink. He has about 100 adult animals. Pelts are sold at monthly auctions in Wisconsin. Rink uses a rationing program of ground:horse meat mixed with milk and cereal. SEE ME FOR Real Bargains IE /arms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile.—Phil J. Kohl- naas,.phone 22, Algona. 16-tf TOWN PROPERTY LOANS u low as 4'A% to buy, build, remodel, refinance F, H, A. 6t ion of er*! Savings * t **** Hfeated'^fli.,,-- Store. Sed"4&nfe' Des Molnefl office, . at upper 44-tf Raesly Dinin Brea BRK3t»m sold by ber Co. Phone 284. 45-tC e Dept. Basement .Used Furniture SUPPLIES File Folderil , ' ; Adding niafehlne *6lte Typewriter flbtbh.* Carbon Paper MlmeogrAph pape* Scotch tape Statements ' Olasp envelopes Index cards - ; ' Sales books Legal forms i ' Typewriter paper Second sheets Copy sheets . Ink pads, stamps Stamp pad Ink Printing At The Algona Upper Des Molnes, 9 North Dodge. 26-tf Mistaken Identity Sgt. Dawson of the Iowa highway patrol was called out near Paul- Una when a,"Jap" In a stolen car was reported by a fa'rmer in the neighborhood. The stolen car wns located, but the "JSp' 1 was an Indian boy. Classified Ads RATES—Minimum charge 25c for 13 words or less. .'Gash_rate, 2c per word, paid in advance;'''' •' For Sale WE STILL HAVE a Farmall H tractor on 10-38 tires with hand lift or power lift cultivator. Also one new 42 combine.*—McCormick-Deering Store, Algona. : 14 TEX TABS AGO The Farm i:i;:eau was advising farmers what to do in case the ex pected grasshopper plague mater ialized. * * * C. B. Murtugh, L. E. Linnan nnd Otto Falkenhainer attended the democratic state convention at Davenport. The convention declared for Roosevelt for President, condemned the dry law in no uncertain terms and condemned the republican tariff ilaw and yelled for economy in government. L. E. Unnan was appointed alternate delegate to Che national convention, in Qhir jago in June. . , • . * * *.. Algpna liad been listed in a bid ntroduced by Senator Brookhart as one of the towns listed for a new post office building to cost $80,000. * * » The debate team consisting of 311a Zumach, 'Margaret Habegar, Eleanor Keen and Florence Deh- icrt were to go to Cedar Falls tc part in a debate tournament * * * Mud road* were declared impassable and most of the gravel oads had spots closed in them because of recent rains. . TWENTY YJ5ABS AGO ^ A meeting was beld to opten bids running from $9,600 to $10,000 on a new club house tor the AJgona Country club, It was recommepd- ed that the dub tok? :in satne more members". Ttaere were u» mem- bers with 20 on the waiting list at that time. Al Falkenhainer was' elected president; E. J. Gilmore, vice president and C. H. Beardsley, treasurer. * * « Eight men became naturalized citizens of the United States. There were twenty-three petitions of which eight were continued, four dismissed and three denied. One man was denied citizenship because of disloyal remarks made during the war and two were denied citizenship and forever denied .the right to petition for citizenship because they cdalmed exemption on their draft questionaires during the war. Judge James DeLand beard the cases and the castigation the judge gave those who were guilty of disloyalty during the war was one not to be tor- gotten soon. * » * Albert Amundson, popular jeweler, and Lucille' Reynolds a, registered nurse, were married Thursday by the Revj English. * * * A group of people were planning to buy a $300.00 radio receiving set with a magjiavfx on top of some building so, Ifhat ttofr, entires city could en joy? music- anij lecttifea. • "* * * * .-:.. •• . The CaJl Theatre ww "Peck's Bad-pcn with Jackie FOR SALE—Chevrolet pick-up, n«w 1941. 2,000 miles. 5 new tires. Cash deal. Inquire Shipley Cafe. (FOR SALE—Garden tractor, 2 cyl., 8 h. p., with all attachments. Ralph Lindhorst, Algona, 14* IFOR SALE—Hybrid seed corn. Edge drop, $6.50 per bu. Large hill $5100 per bu.—Nick B. Wagner, Algona. 14* FOR SAEL— My credits Chevrolet car. Phone 135. on a 14 'FOR SALE—Choice Bison Flax seed, $3 per bushel. Phone 3311.— R. C. Bauer, Wesley. 14 FOR SALE—Timothy seed. 1941 crop, 8c Ib.—R. L. Kuhlman, 4% W Ernst Oil Station on 109, S. of Algona. 13-14* FOR SALE—Special Water Spft- ener salt Cor your water softener. Bulk and package garden seeds. Bulk lawn seed and lawn fertilizer. Use them early. We deliver. Phone 257—Algona Flour and Feed Co. 11-14* USED COAL & WOOD RANGES FOR SALE 1—South Bend range (black) 1—South Bend range (white) 1—Glow Maid range (cream) l-r-Montgomery Ward range (cream) • a—Cdleman gasoline pressure range 1—42-inch single drain-board cast iron cabinet sink. New Gas Ranges, Water heaters, and refrigerators. Combination Gas and Coal range on hand and can be sold and connected. Call AJ- gona Skelgas Service. Tel. 221-W or 221-R. '14 ON HAND—Thousands of Baby and.Started Chicks every day.— Thompson Hatchery, Elmore, Minn. 10-13*-2-t FOR SALE—Good Remington'Up- right typewriter. New roller. Completely overhauled. First $22.50 takes it.—The Algona Upper Des Moines. 6-tf FOR SALE—Hog Feeders, Hog and Chicken Waterers, troughs and tanks.—Raesly Lumber Co. 25-tf SEED POTATOES FOR SALE —Early and late varieties. Grown on new ground. Free from disease. —Thqrespn Bros., Swea City, 4 west, 3 north. 7-14* WANTED—Practical nursing by experienced middle aged woman. Write Post Office Box 8, AJgona, Iowa. SS-14* FOR SALE—Clean Manchu Soy Beans for seed. Test 98%. $2.25 per by.—-Walter Muhle, 3 mi. NE LuVerne 14-16* FOR SALE—Purebred Hampshire fall male pigs, papers furnished.—Louie Stoulil, 1 mile north and IVt west of Ottosen. SS-14' For Bent iX>B RENT—Dennis Pratt house, _sciO>}e.d by R. J. Nealya. Hay 1. Phone 880. 14 VT f Ta.'ia' I'l ment was. fOWiBgAjncF WB0 adver tised as giving three angles <of the "everyday'' flapper. IFOR REOT-HGood 160-acre pasture pear Tttonka.— T. G. McDer- nwtt, First National Bank Bldg., Mason City, Iowa. 14-15 "RENT— Uptown apartment. Furnished or unfurnished. Three rooms plus private bath. Hot water, Possession at once.— Bjustrom's Furniture. 14 IFOR REJWr—Seven room modern house. Two blocks from main attest. Double garage. Garden.— Phone 876 or see fHck Sorensen. 14* BX>R RENT—Farm bouse with electricity.—John Long, Jr., Burt. 18-34* Wanted ed to, call on farmers in- Kossuth county. Steady work—no lay Off s in our line. Some making $100 in-a week. Write Mr. Cole, Box 264, Marshalltown, ibjwa- 14-15* WANTED—Experienced or inexperienced waitress.Work 6 days a week.—Oermand's Cafe. 14 WANTED—Custom shearing.— Frank Lewis, Carl Weiner, phone 805 Lone Rock or 1004 ; B. McGreg- br, Algona. 14-15* WANTED—Again we are buying old books and magazines .as well as scrap iron and metals.—Joe Greenberg. 30-tf Lost-Found TAKEN UP —Two geese. Owner, can have same by paying for;ad.' —John Erpeldlngt phone 28IF121, Algona. 14 Miscellaneous WHEN I MAKE an agrement I keep it, whether it is with You in business or whether it is with my competitors to close promptly at 7 p. m. for thirty days.—Moore's D-X, South of the Hotel. 14 I DO CUSTOM sheep shearing and buy wool. Have new two-man outfit.—S. A. Gardner, Phone 13F31, Algona. - • 14* 97% LIABILITY! Actually 0.7 oat of •ray 10 chick* alire Mid h««lthy *t 8 w««k»l That'* the Ufa •lory of mot* th«n 100,000 day-qld Swiff • Baby Chick.. Place and order today with your ncarait Swift Hatchery. Swift's Baby Chicks FARMERS^-Swift's Baby Chicks care be money/makers. Place your order early to insure getting them when you want them.-^-Swift & Co. Hatchery, Algona,, Iowa. 9-tf FERTILIZER—Now is the time to plan yiour fertilizer needs. Swift's Red Steer is dependable. We can S t/iaf i& Singled out for Spring honors— A these superb coats by Printzessl ^ Stud/ their fine fabrics, figure flattering lines!...You'll agree they're a triumph of tailoring I Chrischilles 95 A Word to the. Wise CHRISCHILLES STORE With the present scarcity of good merchandise And with the neceeaity of roerenandMng' on a smaller profit basis (due tp the war) there will probably be few wcaQed "after Easter Bales," I l< yon Old not buy your Sprta* outft BEFORE Bwrter, yo« wUl b« wise ^ tajy If iy> w , white ag, •ortjnents are sttU fairly ««mp|0te and we sOU have good, dependable merchandise to sell. From present ong, thcw will be no general

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