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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 19, 1942
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t>e« M6ta, AlgonA, Iowa, May 10,1042 ^—t-^^-^t-^-.^—j_......»...—...-/. ?—...*.,.,. .'. 1— -. BACCALAUREATE FOR CORWITH CLASS SUNDAY Corwlth:'Baccalaureate services were held Sunday evening at the high school auditorium for the graduating class of 1942. The sermon was < delivered by the Rev. A; J. Berkley, pastor of the Methodist •fchurdh. The seMloes opened With a prayer by the Rev, O. O. Hobson of Stllson; Charles WIdert sang a vocal solo; music by. brass quartette, composed of Mildred Fisher, Robert Genung, Jack fabb, Calvin Smith. The services were dismissed •With a grayer by the R,ev. George A. Rust. The class has a membership of 26. Mf. arid Mrs. Elmer Potter of.Al- gona were Sunday dinner guests at the. Victor Applegate home. \ Mr.) and Mrs. iLeoflard Trees and jMaxine were Sunday dinner guests flU the Lbftnle Trees hoifte at Clear s Cole and' aaughteplMajfy Lee, drove* to Mason City Simday* to see •JMra. Cole, ap atlent atjfe Hoplstal. Mrs. (Sole is expected home the first & theVweek, :.'••• ' • :,Mr. ; and Mrs. Rdbert Masterson, daughters, Margaret and Frances, -iyere entertained at a Mothers'.Day dinner;at the home of Mi 1 .; and Mrs. ^alph iTrees. .'' i>: •'•-.:..' ' Xv ;•'- ; '"' i'^ipaul 1 Puffer returned to Victoria, * Field, .Texas, !asfVeek,;aft6r havl; nbeon granted a'^rlottgliv'wherrl'' , Was palled horiie 'whe'rt hid 5moth* \af, Mrs. W. E3.,PUffer, Classed away, ?• iMrk'/Harvey/Bnfleid Was taken 'to it:ie Lutheran Vosp^ltal at Fort Dodge '$juesday,of lasfyweek; wherfrshe siib- ttiltte<£'to a majorjo'pet'atldn-. Latest reports are that she Is Improv- ^(MrV and Mrs, Charles Darby of fees Moines and their daughter, Katharine of" Normal; 111., visited :Monday at the home of Mr. Darby's brother-in-law, Charle/9 Johnson and 'family. ' ' ' •»' ' ; Jacob Sadoff, former science instructor of Corwlth, spent the week •end here, visiting friends. Mr. Sa•doff' received his Master of Science <3egr6e in chemistry from the State "University of Iowa, May 10. Mr; and Mrs. Reginald Bastlan and children of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. DeRae Godffey;and Robert of Lu Verne, were Sunday evening callers at the home' of their parents, ;Mr. and Mrs. R. Masterson. . !Mr. and Mrs. Louis Eseher were 'Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Eseher. ,Other guests at the iBs'cher home ;were Mrs. William Escher's son : ;and' family of Hayfleld, Minn. •Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rockwood drove to Des Moines Sunday and •visited at the McClellan home. The McClellans' daughter, Helene, who • has been at the Rockwood home for several weeks, returned to her home -..;with them. .•.-,..'John Stull, son of <Dr. -and Mrs. Stull, received his Bachelor of Arts : degree from the State University May 10. Mrs. Stull went to Iowa .City,, Friday . to attend the commencement exercises. 'John Is majoring in pathology. ,-, A seven and a half pound boy was f'porn to Mr. f nd Airs. Harold Evans, '•Tuesday, May 11, at the Webster ,<Olty hohpital. They have one other child, a daughter, ^Betty Lou, who ' "WE'HAVE ' New National Milking Machines Iowa Cream Separators Maytag Washers, Otts and • Electric Chore Boy Milking Machines Philco Radios * Hamilton Beach Electric / 'Sweepers . /' ' , . Come in today and see our display; "\ „ • Algona May tag Store Glen CriUy, Mgr, Phone 399 J> haven't <ha£, an.ii loundl woimo in mi, PRODUCT* Lusby & Giossi Algnna, Iowa W FINEST THIHK III UFC S««V«?.ftW.ii HOTIl lTi^liit'1"! PI Is staying at th4 Masteraon horrte during her mother's stay at the hospital. \ •Maxlrte Brown entered the Mercy hospital at Mason City Sunday and on Monday morning underwent an appendectomy. MaXIne Is the office girl and assistant to Dr. P. H>, Wailey. Mrs. Waif'Waltman- also submitted to an operation at the Mason City Mercy hospital Monday morri- ing., • , Members ofVthe K. Y. N. study club were entertained at the home of Mrs, Ivadelle Frey, Thursday afternoon, May 11: The lesson on "Making the Most of your Meat Dollar" was in charge, of Mrs. Helen Mulllns. Following the meeting, the hostess served a lunch to her guests. Mrs. Harry Lear and grandsons, Harry and Norman Klatt, also Norman's wife, all of Waseca, Minn,, came Saturday for a visit at the Ed Williams home. Mrs. Lear is a former reslde/it of Corwlth and her husband was the'-'mayor of Corwlth when they resided here. They left for their home at Waseca Friday evening. ^ 36 WHITTEMORE ACADEMY PUPILS COMMUNICANTS Whlttemore: Sunday morning at seven o'clock Mass 36 pupils , of Presentation Academy received Holy Communion for the first time. The Rev. William Veil had charge of ;the Mass. >/ The members of the, class were as •.follows: Darold Elbert, John Elbert, Gordon Higgins, Edward ICIsch, Virgil iHuberty, Patrick But r ler, Robert Domek, John Duffy, Pete Joe Elbert, Gary Farrell, Clement Kollasch, Joseph Kollasch, Patrick Farrell, Martin Fogarty, Michael Kelly, Venolde Huberty, Maurice Krause, iMerle Kollasch, Robert Slattbry,r ? Donald Uhlenhake, Mary Ann Baumah, Gene -Thill, Jamr's Thull, Stella Ann Bonnstetter, Maurene Doyle, Carol Elbert, Ruth Ann Farrell, Nina Jergens, Ida Rose Fandel, Rosemary Hatysen, Berthn Hentges, Madonna Kajewski, Katherine Steier, Hazel Zinnell and Mary Lou Schuller. " !1 Pages for the class, were Robert Duffy, Mark. Kollasch, James Kunz and Fred Montag. ;, Angels for the class were, Anita Besch, Imelda BUsherfeld, Carol Gengler arid Shirley O'Conner. Immediately after the Mass the mothers of the children served.n breakfast for the first communicants. The sewing club met at the home of Mrs. Erwin Bargman Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Russ Medin is visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Hollister at Savannah, III. Mrs. Harry Hargreaves of Algona visited -with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carmody, Wednesday. (Mrs. Maude Fish visited, with her son and family, Mr. and- Mrs. Otto Fish, in West Bend Wednesday evening. •The Whittemore high school played some professional ball at Fenten last Tuesday defeating Fentbn, by a score of 5 to 3. ' .^ ; - 'Mr. and-Mrs.-Clark Mea'de and family of Mason City are visiting at the home of Mrs! Meade's parr ents, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. P. Kollasch. ; (Mrs. P. W. P. Kollasch and son', Eugene, who is home on a furlough from Camp Bowie, Brownwood, Texas, and 'Mrs. Simon Elbert and son, Sgt. Leonard Elbert of Massachusetts, spent Friday 'in Mason City. Mrs. Gertrude Spilles who has .been with her sort Leo In Algona since her home here was Hamaged by fire two months ago, returned here last week and Is now living in Whittemore.again. The home had been repaired. •~~ -The Trump ilj$j:iub was entertained by Mrs., Frank Rochford Wednesday evening.''The high prize was won by 'Mrs.. R. J. Vaughn, and second high score 'went to Mrs. Leo Walters. Mrs. Peter Schumacher and Mrs. Ray Oliver were guests. The Presentatoin Academy baseball team is really going places this, year. . They defeated Gilmore City in their Monday's game 2 to 1. On Friday they took Bode for a ride, winning by a score of 4 to 2, and Saturday they did likewise to Newell, winning 5 to 2. The members of the St. Paul's Lutheran Add society met fn the Lutheran school auditorium Wednesday afternoon. The meeting was opened by singing hymns and the Rev. W. H. Discher read a prayer and a scripture lesdon s which was followed by a reading of a topic by Mr, Discher.' After a brief business meeting the women spent the tlmp sewing 4t?d Cross, bed jackets. Mrs. H. W. Behnke, Mrs, R. A. Behnke, Mrs. C. C. Baas, and Mrs. John Baas were on the serving committee, , •, The members of the Men's club of St. Paul's Lutheran' congregation beld Us regular meeting in the Lutheran school auditorium Wednesday evening. The Rev. W. H, Discher opened the meeting with a prayer and a scripture reading and ,the singjftg of two hymns. Mr. Dlsher read n topic on "Direct and Indirect Giving." After'a brief business meeting the evening' was spent playing shuffle board. Otto jjahn, Arthur Hetdenwith, Edwin and Lewis Greinert were oq the •'"•• committee. > Whittemore Couplet In C»r CfOlwion Tfrith Caw New Bancroft Whjttemore; Jtfr, an-4 Mrs. Hais ry Macba and Mr, and Mrs. IfeUon, 4)1 ot WMtt?ptfre t ed Injuries Tuesday evening when th,e Macha ear timcte $ cow. »lip«* 'on<j mile AIM} » k w% ptw *p,ijf& of The . when the tw 9 cwcta were , to BapprQft, Deputy gferilf Moor? w»s c*W,e4 to isvesj^g^ [J. STJOEFIRST COMMUNICANTS SUNDAY, MAY 10 St. Joe: On Sunday, May 10, thirteen ohlldren received first communion following the 8 o'clock mass in St. Joseph's church at St. Joe. The communicants, were led to the altar by Arlene Thilges and Marlene Frideres, flower' girls, The new commUnl6ants were , Alfred Berte, Donald Rae Bormann, Thcs. Bormann, William Bormann, Robert Hllbert, Charles Loerwald, Edward McGuIre, .Francis Metzen, Michael Schmit, Florentine Berte, Donna M. Bormann, Rosanne Gales and Donna May Thilges. iLast :Friday this fall's new beginners attended school here. They were Susan Berte, Sylvester Berte. Joel Bormann, Virginia 'Bormann, Johnny Gales, Janet Hammer, Joyce Hammer 1 , Billy iKenne, Janice Kirsch, Luke McGfuire, Carol Wagner and Marvin Zelmet. Mrs. Nick Fisch ^returned home last Friday evening from Roches ter, Minn., where she had undergone an operation. •Robert Thul had the misfortune to fall and fracture his arm. He was a patient at the Fort Dodge Mercy hospital having a very .bad break. i--., Commencement exercises will 'be held Friday evening, May 22nd in St. Joseph's church at 8 o'clock. Rev. O. Hermsen of Gllmore City, will give the address. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner 'born on May 2nd was baptized Judy Kay Thursday by Father George Theobald. Sponsors were Mrs. Jim Reding and Sylvester Wagner. Mr. and Mrs. Will Thilges receiv ed word that their son, Pvt'. Al b&rt Thilges. at 'Camp Roberts; Calif., was ot undergo an operation for hernia the middle of the week. A number from here attended a pre-nuptial shower at the Frank Capesius home hear Algona Thursday afternoon in honor of Miss Caroline Keepler. Miss.-Keepler is to be the ibride of Dr. Edmund Capesius at St. Michaels church in 'Whlttemore May 27th. A piano recital was given by Rita Thul on Wednesday afternoon in SI. Joseph's -hall. Rita graduated from, the intermediate course. The high school glee club and George Becker sang several numbers. Miss Thul played "Ecosalses" by Beethoven; "Waltz in A Flat" by Brahms; "Moonbeams", Wilson; "Minuet in G", Paderewski; and Rococco" by Aletter. SEXTON WQMAN INJURED IN FALL AGAINST POST Sexton? Mrs. Harold Hunt was attempting to place a stake in the ground of her garden when the stake broke^off and she fell forward and hit.her head on a post nearby. The bruise caused a slight concussion and • she has had to have her heaid in ice packs this week. •Marilyn and Shirley N'eahijlng spent-Friday at the home of Mrs. Henry QIawe at Britt. The Neahring home has been re leased from quarantine on Friday. Mr. Neahring had the disease.. Mrs. IFloyd Miller is a victim of the red measles. Her mother, Mrs. Strlebler of Britt is staying at the Miller home. (Mrs. Sarah Wise will be the hostess to the Sexton Woman's society of Christian Service on Thursday, May 21st. Roll call 'is to 'be answered by a short biography of your mother. X Devotions will be led by Mrs. Harvey Steven and the lesson by Mrs. Hartley. Everyone is invited to attend, Mrs. 'Bell Waters returned to her home at Esthervllle on Wednesday after visiting her daughter, Mrs. Sim Bemis who was 'a patient-at the General hospital' suffering from a throat infection. Mrs. Bemls is now at home, but is still confined mostly in her bed. Miss Martlia Krieps is staying at the 1 Bemls home. Week Busy One for Circles-1, 3 and 5, OfFentonW.S.C. S, 'Fenton: Circle one of the W. *Sr C. S. met a,t the home of Mrs. John Menz Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. J. T. Waite was a guesi. Mrs. Ed Schlei had charge of the devotions and a chapter from "The Seed and the Soil" was given. Lunch was served by the hostess. Circje five of t.he W. S. OS. met Friday afternoon at the home' of Mrs. O, .J, Ranney with, Mrs. Arlo Ranney the assistant hostess. After the business meeting, devotions were given by Mrs. Carrie Voigt, Guests were Mcsdames W. E. Laage, Chas. Schujtz, H. E. Rehners ami Don Welsbrod. This group will sponsor, a Decoration Day plant sale including vegetable plants, .potted plants and flowers, on Saturday, May 23- Circle twa of the W. S. C. S. met Wednesday evening, May 13th, & th«* home of Mrs. Ohas. Wetehrod with Mrs, George Jorgenson assist-' lug. Eleven members were present, and Mesdames Kate Bollinger, Bd Welsbrod, Frank MoiFall. O. H. Stoeber were guests, Mrs. Pule Welsbfod and Mrs. Sart Pean were welcomed, into 'this circle. Mrs. Chas. Welsferod waj( appointed'as chalrman'to get material fqr sewing for the Harriet Ballou day nursevy ill Stows City, Mrs. George Jprg- enson had charge]of the devotions. -"Hands" waa the topjc a.'jd it was very interesting adn. wejl given. Mrs., Ralph We*»*ro4 r^ad the Chapter. •'On? Bad p»dia»" from Author ,n| hosteases. fWtata* c^urc^ tA «%Q* jto».<W* ,.., again be wed when the v niverwry.ol ' 1J , •»_,,„ , „• >„ MM. George "iFrM Kpeftt Saturday In Mason City visiting her sister, Mrs. Frank Krumm. Mft and' Mrs. M. V . Artif ahr were Sunday dinner guetss of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Youngwlrth at Corwith. Bertha Johnson is vlftlting for at week in Cedar Rapids with her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. M. L, Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klarnp were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Slgsbee at Fort Dodge Wednesday evening. Miss Irene Orlffln of Ethan, South Dakota, was a week end guest of her ,brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Griffin. Ilev. J. C. Butliman, Methodist district superintendent, was in CheroKee Friday attending a Methodist hospital board meeting. Mrs. Lawrence Olllesple and Mrs. Alwln Huenhold spent Friday evening at Lakota visiting the laUer's mother, Mrs. William Aalderks. Imog«|ne Hill, Metropolitan Insurance employee at Fort Dodge, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hill. Joel Herhst, Craig Smith, Wait Lichter, Les Kenyan and Earl Mlll- c-r spent the week end at the Joel Herbst cottage on Lake Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutchison and daughters, Joan and Nancy wont to Des Moines Wednesday on a buni- ness trip. They returned Thursday. Mrs. L. O. Baker and her sister, Mrs. H. H. Stewart, Kanawha, re turned to Algona Friday after spending the week at Rochester, Minn. . Mrs. Alwln Huenhold spent Sunday at Burt in the Floyd Koepke home. She was accompanied 'by her son,, Jon, and her daughter, Joyce. . . . Pamela Waller, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. R. B. Waller, spent the week end at Burt with Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Nealy, while her mother attended a sorority convention. Donald Wlnkel has returned from Iowa City to spend the summer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Winkel. He has completed his first year at the State ^University of Iowa. ' Mrs. Aggie Knap'p left the middle of the week fc(r ,Nora Springs where she' will spend several weeks visiting friends. Mrs. Knapp makes her home with her sister, Mrs. Eva Corey. Miss Bulie Orton has been named chief clerk for the Kossuth County sugar rationing department. The heaquarters are in the Chamber of Commerce offices above the' Iowa State Bank. Catherine Schbby Is spending a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Schoby. Catherine has finished her 'beauty culture course ire Des Moines and will go back to take her state test. .•; ' • Frances Ann Zittritsch has 'completed her course at the Fort Dodge Beauty academy and is spending a week visiting her mother, Mrs. Ann Zittritsch here. Frances Ann will be, employed in Davenport. Mary McEvoy, daughter of Mrs. Katharine McEvoy, is spending a two weeks' vacation here with her mother. Mary will be graduated in June from a nurse's training course at Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Craig Vinson of Mitchell, South Dakota, spent the week en-d in Algona visiting the former's mother, Mrs. Marguerite Vin son and hjis sjsitterj., Mrsy -Merle Pratt. June Corey left Sunday for Cedar Falls where she will visit her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Rekers. Mrs. Rekers is the former Marion Corey and they recently moved into their farm home between Waterloo and Cedar Falls. M. P. Weaver, Dolph Rancy, Harry Holmes, John Beisers, Ed Rlst and Kirby Smith left Saturday for their annual opening of the season fishing jaunt Into northern Minnesota. The last report was from Cass Lake saying that it was snowing. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Dletrlck, Emmetsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Geelan, Humboldt. and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Westberg, Hardy, were Sunday visitors in the Henry Helmers home. The first mentioned are Mrs. Helmers 1 parents and the other two ladles are her sisters. James Logan of Sioux Falls, B. D., spent the week -end in Algona with his wife and new son. They have named the new baby James Phillips. He was born Thursday evening at tne Kossuth hospital and he weighed six pounds and eleven ounces. Mrs. Logan is the former Marguerite Ostwinkle. • .' Mr. and Mrs. Melzar Falkenhaln- er and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt left Sunday for Des Moines to attend the three day session of the district Rotary convention. They will return Tuesday and Mr. Pratt will go to Iowa City Wednesday to put in an electrical bid on the preflight school for the navy. Mrs. Pierre Ou|lette left the last of the week for her home in Seattle, Washington, after spending^ a month or more In AJgona visiting her 1 father, A, H. Stock, who is u patient in the Kossuth hcspital Mr, Stock's condlton Is Improved. Mrs. Ouilette plans another visit here later i» the summer. »fr, WMl Mrs. T. H, OiriscWUes and Mrs, J. T. Chrischilles plan tc leave this week end for Bejojt Wisconsin*, where they wUl attenc" the commencemnt exercises of Belolt College in which Ted Chris- chilles wJU be ' graduated. They wJW then go to Chicago for a few- days and Mrs. J, T, Chrlschilies win remain these JHor a . two vialt with, friends. pected In AlgonA tn 4 week or |qr a vtsjt -with/tbelr parents, and Mrs, ^ JJ- QbyUioWUes, Tp<J enjisted in the United States Naval ijast .Jan,uairy and. was per* uj»dj? .fte flew »'»»» W b? fr.ow.hjp coJUe««> course ' ' Mr. And Mrs. Andy Anderson have returned from a fishing trlfi to northern Minnesota. Mr. and Mn. E, H. Pittrrtan who operate the credit bureau, Ofpent the week end in Omaha, i\Ir. and Mrs, John Kirk and Mr, and Mrs. C. W. Morck spent the week end fishing at Spirit Lake. Mrs. It. H. Miller spent three last week with her parents at Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. I* G. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. DeVere Carpenter and son shave moved here from Mason City. He Is a Cowan Building Supply Co. employee. . Richard Hal pin spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Halpln. Richard attends Iowa State College at Ames. Mrs. F. W. Thmves returned Sunday to her home in Lakota after spending a week with her daughter, Mrs. Henry Guderlan. • Mr. and Mrs. Harry Newhard have moved to Algona-from Rockwell City. He is connected with the Eastlawn Memorial cemetery, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Inglmm spent Sunday at Mason City where they Visited Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Main who formerly lived in 1 Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Hutchison are expected to return today (Tuesday) from a fishing trip to Cass Lake In Minnesota. They left Saturday. Mrs. Floyd Satuiders arrived an Friday for a visit in the D. L. McDonald hcn.'.c. Mr. Saanders joined her Saturday for the week end. Mrs. Lawrence Mfobach is the new office receptionist at the General Hospital. She was formerly employed at the James drug store. Eugene Van Alstyne is visltlnc his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Van Alstyne. He attends school at' Dakota Wesleyan v at Mitchell, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. Rontm Yunk and family have moved to Algona from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He is a salesman for the Milwaukee Nut Co. Bess Hopkins has been employed to take the place of C. J. Cullen at the Kossuth County Mutual Insurance office. "Cussie" has enlisted. B. H. Miller, Jim Pool, L. E. Linnan and A. L. Brown left Monday morning for Des Moines where they will attended the district Rota.-y convention. Miss Lfla Peterson of Titonka has been engaged as office mirs<: by Dr. R. M. Wallace. She takes the place of Mrs. Leo Immerfall, who recently resigned. Don Reese of Ankeny spent the week end with his father, Chris Reese of the U. D. M. staff and with Mrs. Reese and daughter, Beverly Kinney at Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Btossom and Mrs. J. W Sullivan spent Sunday at Adel, Iowa, where they visited the Blossom's daughter and ' husband, Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd Fardal. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Attleson will go to Ledyard Thursday night, where Mr. Attleson has been selected to deliver the commencement address for the Ledyard graduating class. ' ' Mrsl ijbsepliirte Southgate sayc that she will start back to Algona from Seattle about May 20 for an extended visit in. Algona with her Letters From Soldiers And Sailors Can be Mailed Postage Free Wives, Sweethearts, Friends — Make It Easy for Your Boy to Write. You In accordance with new Postal ruling, men in Army, Navy, Marines, and Coast Guard Service can now mail letters without paying postage. Special Stationery Offer — ' Only $1.00 Special Envelopes and Stationery have been prepared for handy use of this Free Postage Privilege. 150 sheets -of stationery, prirfted with Service man's name and Insignias, together with 50 new style "FREE POSTAGE" enevlopes will be sent for only $1, postpaid. Wives; sweethearts, relatives and friends order now, and stationery will be sent direct to Service man. This is a gift that every Service man wants now! /• Simply write Service Man's Name. Rank, Address and Insignia wanted and mail with $1 to this paper. ' You can have your choice of the following insignia: Army Navy Marines Coast Guard Air Corps Army Aviator Navy Aviator ' Infantry Chem.' Warfare Field Artillery ; Cavalry Parachute Ordnance Engineer Ocast Artillery Quarter Master Signal Corp s Medical Dept. ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES daughter and husband, Mr. and Mft> Mrs. Theo. Herbst. Lt. Commander and Mrs. Pftttl Southgate and two children' spent Friday night in Algona with the former's sister. Mrs. T. H. Herbst. Lt. Southgate Is enfoUte to a new station on the Pacific coast. Rev. C. C. Blchardi-wn took the members of the Junior Choir of the Presbyterian church on a, picnic at the Call State Park Thursday evening. The group consisted of boys and girls from nine to twelve. Mrs. John Bishop of South Bend, Indiana, arrived Monday morning for a few days with Mr. Bishop's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop and other Algona friends. Mrs. Bishop is the former Elaine Hilsteadt. Mrs. A. L. Brown and two sotis plan to go to Sallx, Iowa, Saturday to visit Mr. Brown's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Gay. The two boys, Douglas and Gordon, will remain all summer with their grandparents working on the farm. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Potter of Norfolk, Nebraska, are visiting Algona friends this week. The Potter son Brooks, plans to be at the naval air station at Iowa City this summer and Herb, Jr., plans to attend school at Lincoln, Neb., also in the aviation line. Mr. ajid Mrs. E. W. Lusby returned Saturday from Des Moines where they Visited the former's daughter, Mrs. H. Pierce Witmer and attended the druggists' convention. They were accompanied by Mrs. Mary Patterson, who visited a relative, George Patterson. Mr. and Mrs. Gall Pettlt arrived in Algona Thursday and remained until Monday calling on old friend? and tending to business matters. The Pettits built what is now the Call Theater. They , are at present living in Houston, Texas. Mr Pettit has had considerable HI health in the last few years but he semed improved and was looklnr well. Wool Full Market Price Paid for Wool Joe Greenberg Tues.-Wed., Msiy 19-20 Extended run Thurs.-iFriiHSatJ., May 21-23 RED HOT WITH REVENGE! Second Feature Freddie Bartholomew in "CADETS ON PARADE" Dick Tracy Serial Sun.-Mon* May 24-25 Second Feature Lucille Ball James Craig in "VALLEY OF THE SUN" Plus Superman "BiMfcm Dollar Limited" wyaatfoxs^^ Clara Walker For County RECORDER ;- •^ i I am soliciting your vote^t the Dempcratic PK- miarieg on June 1st, You gave we a veiy fine vote two years ago which is h|ghl/ appreciated, With your support agaw this year, added to that of friends who are favorable to my nomin- r j i v ation, I feel that my chances for success are greatly strengthened. ! s$ali 4pepJy appreciate Summer Fresh Stoty in CONNIE WHITES COOLLY CAICULATIN6 Mftrocatn Pumps and Casuals that capture breeze and beaut/ with aenerou* perfing . , . pre»y embroio'ered eyeletsi ALL PLEA£ AGW PRICEDl ten in Vogue and *'• Slacks For Every Figure Yes, we have a slack suit or a separate slack for any pocket book and every figure. See our selection. , Slack Suits, $1.98 to $10.95T Separate Slack $1.25 to $640 00*»f *«*? PLAID SEERSUCKER $4.25. Nonchalant and crisp right around the clock. Pastel plaid seersucker suit, long fitted jacket, patch pockits, box pleated skirt. Easy to launder, too! 12-20.' Hat Free with any CO AT or SUIT Purchased here during- 1 May. •' •• ' > >j» . . L ' — >•<• ^CjjtSfM •»"«*,* I It's a drew . ., tfi a plqy-wW For beach K or pool, or out in »h« ynrd ,•.. anywhero, *" A>C •yen ert school! Kate Graenawo/i ploy »uit» forget about everything except having _ a good time. There are elowle typej. South _^;"* American »lyl«. tono types and tvcked princes* modek They're bright and a< beautiful at tpring flower* . . , ancj the price U jujt at attractive. SIzet 3 to 16. Every Girl Knows

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