ANNUAL AWARDS AT GRADUATION TO SIX STUDENTS Six local students whose grades In the various subjects had been outstanding during the past year Were given cash awards recently by several of the fraternal and civic organizations in the city as follows: Richard Palmer, senior, was given the $25 award by the P. E. O. for high in 1 four years of English; Max Bartholomew received $10 from the I). A. H. for high In four year.? of history; James Kencflck received the science medal and Bernlce Ven- ema the $5 awarded by the Wa*Tan ye for two years' commercial work Rose Ann Reding, eighth grad history, received the Legion Aux Iliary award of $2.50, and Ardl Kresensky, 9th grade, for English i grades, was awarded by the Del phi an $5. Bleich Out for State Representative A candidate for state represen tative on the democratic ticket 1 the June prrimaries G. W. Bleich of Burt, filed for that office recent ly. Mr. Bleich is one of Kossuth' influential farmers and has been resident of this county for man years. He is the type of man wh would serve Kossuth highly accept able to all in the legislature. ATTENTION ! You mny buy a New Skelgas Range, Water Heater, Oil Heater or Refrigerator through the War Production Board. To help conserve vital war materials it has been necessary for the government to place restrictions 'on sales and installations. Come in and let us show you how you can buy a new range. vYt> have no restrictions on the sale of Skelgas. Call 321-W or 221-R ALGONA SKELGAS SERVICE For Representative Kossuth County ANNOUNCEMENT I wish to announce that I am a candidate for the office of state representative from Kossutli county subject td the will of the democratic voters at ,tlie June primaries. G. W. BLEICH VOTE FOR J. J. Dooley .- Democratic Candidate for Re-Nomination as County Recorder A Record of More Work Handled With ' Less Expense The County Recorders office has been handled with efficiency and courtesy with financial profit of $5,876.72 to the county up to Jan. 1, 1942. The major part of this profit came after I had discovered that a fee should be charged for the assignment of a chattel mortgage and sales contract and which was confirmed by the attorney general. Some years it amounted to $550 to the county. I thank you for your vote and support. J.J. DOOLEY Democratic Candidate for Re-Nomination in the June Primaries '••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••I \ FESTIVAL COLORS IN COOL PRINTS $4.95 and $5.95 .Be gay in prints as colorful as Fiesta time. Classic styles you love . . . with brilliant flower or fantasy prints. Dressy enough for dates . . . hit style draped, pleated ur flared skirts. Budget beauties... but you'd never guess it. 12-20. 38 to 44. Krcsensky's Alien Buchanan Weds-*" The St. Paul's Lutheran church at Atlantic, Iowa, was the scene o a pretty wedding a week ago Sun day when Noma Wluff, daughter o Mr. and Mrs. C. Wluff Of .Atlantic became the bride of Allen Buchan an, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Bu chanan of Algona. The Rev. K. V Jensen officiated. The church was beautifully deco rated with palms and cut flowers Miss Mary Lou Pine played th wedding inarch and the bride's sis ter, Mrs. Lea Lalng of Lincoln Nebr., sang. The bride was givci In marriage by her father. The bride was attractively gown ed in a floor length white taffeta dress with a finger tip veil of French net. Her bouquet was of Talisman roses. Her matron Of honor was her sister, Mrs. Lc;n Laing, who wore a navy blue net floor lengtl gown and a corsage of red rose buds. v Russell Buchanan of Algona attended his brother us best man. The ushers were Don Brodsack, Fort Dodge, and Harold Good of Atlantic. A reception for .one hundred quests was held in the church parlors and immediately following the new Mr. and Mrs. Buchanan left on u ten day wedding trip through the Ozarks. They plan to stop here before returning home. .Allen- is a 1935 graduate of the local high school and of the Hamilton Business College at Mason City. He was employed in Mason City for u time before going into Metropolitan Insurance Co. employ. He was located at Atlantic for a while where he met Miss Wluff who was omployed In the same office. He is now located at Sioux Falls, South Dakota, where they will make their home. Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Buchanan, A. U Long, Mrs. Arba Dee Midclle- kauf, Mrs. Gleelan Pitcher, Mrs. W. [C. Ferguson and Mr. and Mrs. C R. LaBarre were the Algonans attending the wedding. Oresco Mothers and Daughters— The Cresco Mothers and Daughters club held a guest day Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. VV. K. Ferguson. The committee in harge was Mesdames R. M. Lind- lorst, G. E. Haynes and C. H. Potor. the latter presiding at the re- 'reshment table and Mrs. Haynes vas in charge of the program. Mrs. Vnlter Weisbrod sang two of Stc- )hcn Foster's songs; little Joan Jncon sang two sclos; Vida Mae ilndhorst played two numbers on he steel guitar and sang, and Mrs. . S. Wildin gave a piano solo, iiicia Wallace gave her reading. Salute" and Miss Agnes JEngle ang the song whch goes with it, rtr.s. Sylvia Gunn accompanying er at the piano. Mrs. Mell Petrson talked on Hawaii after Dec- mber 7. Twenty-six members and hirty-one guests were present. The nests were from Peoria, 111., Cedar 'alls, Thornton, West Bend, Whitemore, Burt, Good Hope and Al-j ona. The next meeting will be he contest picnic at the state park n Jun-e 3rd. J. D. A. Mother-Daughters— The annual mothers and daugh- ers banquet of the Catholic Daugh- ers of America was held Monday venlng at 6:30 .at the Algona Hoel with about ninety ladies present. "^Howing the banquet an interest- ng program'was given with.Alice Cain acting as toastmistress. The irogram was as follows: invocation, Bather Mallinger;, "What I Life \bout Daughters," Mrs. Chris Reese; 'What I Like About Mothers", Beverly Kinney; vocal duet, Joann and Roseann Garman, accompanied by Arlene Spilles; reading, Marilyn Allen; vocal solo, Betty Kohlhaas, accompanied by Anita Rose Kohlhaas; address, Rev. R. V. Sweeney; remarks, Mrs. Mel Griffin. The program closed with the singing of tho national anthem by everyone. The committee in charge of the banquet was Frances Hamill, chairman, Gail Zender, Rose Lampe, Donna Dooley, Ursula Daughn, Colleen Barry, Mayme Kelly, Ruth Kollasch "Uara Gilbride and Marie Payne. Cliffton Phillips Weds— Dorothy Anne Russell and Clifton Phillips, both of Deadwood, South Dakota, were married May 13 at ! o'clock by Judge Illsley at Newcastle, Wyoming. Mr. Phillips is the son of Mr and Mrs. Perry Phillips of Algona and his bride is the daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. John R. Russell of Westwood Hills, California, former- y of Deadwood, where Mr. Russel was a pramlinetnt lawyer/ Mrs Phillips is a graduate of the Dead- Milton Galloway, 16, Corwith Submits to An Appendectomy Corwith: Milton Galloway, 16 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis alloway, was operated og,f or acute appendicitis at the Mercy hospita in Mason City Tuesday. Milton hac been receiving treatments at the hospital for several days for an ear ailment and had been given a release by the attending doctor, whei he 'became ill very suddenly am began to run a high temperature and upon examination was found to be suffering from acute appendici Lis. A blood count was taken and it was decided to operate imme diately. wood high school and attended the Art Institute in Chicago. The gfdbm Is associated with hid brother, Jack Phillips In conducting a bar In the Franklin Hotel. They will live in Deadwood. ' ... • , Arlenc Spllles has Birthday— Mrs. Leo Spllles entertained a group of girls at a picnic at th< State Park Sunday In honor of he: twelfth birthday of her daughter Arlene. Attending were Ruth Ann Burns, Kathleen Hubert, Bettj Harlg, Jeanne Loss, Nancy, Joanni and Sue Hutchison, Virginia Scan Ion, Mary Catherine Cain, Rose anne and Joan Carman, Joan Hoff man, Delores Devlin and Phyllis Reynolds. Cresco School Picnic— The pupils and teacher, Miss Donna Dooley, of the Cresco No. 4 schoo enjoyed a picnic Thursday, May 22 at the Call State Park. They then attended the matinee at the loca theater. The school closed the following day. Vaughn and Geralc Brown completed the eighth grade and are planning to enter high school this fall. .Cosmetologists Meet— Unit-Number 34 of the Iowa State A.scioclntlon of Cosmetologists met Tuesday evening for n seven o'clock dinner at the Algonu Hotel. At the business meeting the following officers were elected: 1 prbsident, Cor- rinc Otto, Algona; vice president, Agnes Shirin, Britt; secretary arid treasurer, Nellie Kauffman, Eagle Grove. .- ,-.... Sorority Entertains Camp'Fire— The Beta Sigma Phi.sorority will entertain the Otey .Okwah campfirc girls at a picnic Wednesday night at the state park. F.veryone is requested to meet at the htme of Helen Corey. There are eight girls in- the campflre group and Mrs. Henry. Pletch is their guardian. The Beta Sigma Phi group is their sponsor. R. N. A. Meets— The Royal Neighbor lodge will meet Thursday evening at 7:45 in the Legion hall. All officers and members are urged to be present as there will be only,two more meetings before convention which will be held June 18 at Bryant school. The h>cal lodge will be the hostess lodge. Dinner-Bridge Club Meets— Mr. and Mrs. Chet DeSart entertained the memberls of their dinner-bridge club at their home Sunday evening after a dinner at 'ooks'. The defense stamps for ligh score were won by Mr. and Urs. Harlan Sigsbee. v louseworming Party:— 'Nine friends of Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Shierk dropped in Saturday evening for a housewarming party at heir home on McGregor street vhere .they moved recently. The louse was formerly occupied by tho S. W. Meyer family. Fellowship Club Meets—•'• The Fellowship club of the Prea- byterian church will meet Wednesday evening at eight o'clock at the country home of Mr. and Mrs. j ,, ,, AN are fh« attuning host ' School The pupils t>f, the trinity Lnrh eratt parochial school had their ah nual school picnic last Friday a the CaM State Park., the Rev. P J. Braner assisted by 'Mrs. Graner has charge of the school. Trinity Young Peppta Meet— The IPoting People's society 6; the trinity Lutheran church wll meet Friday evening at elghi o'clock. Donald and Wayne Wll will have charge of the 'entertain ment and refreshments. 1 , *" . * • * Party for Teachers- Mrs. Vaughn Rising entertalnec six of her friends' who teach in the local schools at a dessert-luncheon Friday afternoon.' The teachers' are leaving for the summer vacation Executive Board Meets— The Executive Board of the Wo- 'ma'n'a Society of Christian Service will meet Thursday afternoon at two o'clock at the home of Mrs. S. W. Meyer 'on Phillips street. Book Club te> Meet— Mrs. J. C. Buthman will entertain at the regular meeting of her book club Friday afternoon at 2:30. MM. Pa.ul .Llndholm will have the lesson whcih Is- on "Palmistry." Hobby Club Meets— Mrs. Craig Smith will entertain the members of her Hobby Club at her home Wednesday afternoon. New CALL Tues.-Wcd., May. 86-87 Daily matinee 2 p. m. Claire Trevor . in "ADVENTURES. OF MARTIN EDEN" . Plus Pete Smith's "What About Daddy" Thurs.-Frl., May 28-29 Thurs. Bargain Matinee 10-25c Onus. Laug-hton Jon Hall in .... "TUTTLES OF TAHITI" .... Saturday, May 30 Big 3 Way Double Feature Gene Autry "HOME IN WYOMING" Evcrlnstittg A/iWE LANE In Spring, 'a Doting: turnt to . • • the M-titae fatorite Gift ; of Ldvent A LANE i . 6 Cedar Hope Chest to glorify her room , . . to protect her lovely things! A« « , Special Value, we offer this modem, > gracefully designed \ Chest, ID matched American Walnut A Million Yearn for this Romantic Second Feature A Service Comedy Florence Rice Bruce Bennett .: ..-..: ... •-.to. . , "TRAMP, TRAMP, TRAMP" CPlus Fun for the Family News VOTE FOB Frank Bauer For Supervisor FIFTH DISTRICT Your Vote Will Be Appreciated 21* TRACTOK.S One Regular Farmall on runber tires with cultivator One F-20 Farmall on rubber with cultivator One 10-20 McCoBmick-Deertng tractor. Good shape. One 15-30 McCormick-Deering tractor, good shape. One 22-36 McCormick-Deering tractor, good shape. FARMERS ATTENTION—How about your harvesting equipment—Now is the ume to recondition and overhaul yaur binders, etc. We have the parts and the necessary equipment to put your machines in A-l condition. SEE US NOW! MACHINES Two No. 20 corn pickers, 2 row mounted for F-20 or F-30. 36 inch Woods Bros Steel Thresher. 8 foot McCormick Grain Binder, completely overhauled 10 ft. Tractor Binder with transports '• One 8" Feed Grinder One used mower. McCormick-Deeriog Store INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER GO. Phone 52 Walt Hall, Mgr. As Advertised in LI F E Foster Furniture Co, Democratic Vbters The Man We Can ELECT For the Office of GOVERNOR is STATE SENATOR A. E, (EARL) AUGUSTINE OF MAHASKA COUNTY / • • i His record in the Iowa State Senate since 1936 Proves His Worthiness and Ability. ft He has no poUitcal scars to overcome, and will not have to apologize for past mistakes. i He has support of and has always voted right on issues pertaining to agriculture, labor and business. i He has developed into one of the party's most capable leaders, and his ability is recognized throughout the state. • He is the candidate the Republicans fear. - HELP KEEP T^E PARTY STRONG AND VOTE FOR *••'•.'. s • ^ -' Augustine For Governor Primary Election, Monday, June, 1, 1942 1 This Space Paid for By • ' ' ' : -j' _ Kossuth County Friends of Senator Augustine Algona Stores and Offices Will Close All Day Decoration Day, Saturday, FRIDAY, MAY IS TRADE DAY FOR ALL IN ALGONA STORES WILL BE OPEN UNTIL 10s»0 i>. M. Chamber (SJl flUHP *1l^-^S^^B]l ^^^F ^WT^" ^^^^&?
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