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QBJlsa FOURTEEN FINISH FIRST AID COURSE AT WEST BEND West Bend; The First Aid course recently was completed and 14 members of the class are eligible for certificates. Those who completed the course are Kenneth Anderegg, 'Mrs. Kenneth Anderegg, C. C. Mill-, cr, Lorraine Wichtendahl, Miss, Rlc- Tde Sander, Mrs. Harold Mikes, Miss Alvina Bernlnghaus, Pauline Bernlnghaus, Ml|9 Maberry, Miss Margaret TraUb, Miss Vlrglnlrl Lou Roberts, Miss Ruth Struthers, Miss Phyllis Hundertmark and Miss Veronica.'Trieste r. The course was under the auspices of the Red Cross and was taught by Miss Dorothy Miller, wno is a teacher of physical education in the schools of Sioux Falls, 8. D. ...'.,:. •NEW.. - -OVER SEWER SYSTEM JOti i (Mr. and Mrs; Robert Dlegl will leave for' Webster City to ma'ko their temporary home. Mr. Diegl lias been construction superintendent on the W. P. A. sewer, being "built in West. Bend since the beginning of the project, Mr. Dlegls plans for the future were not complete at the time he left hdre. Walter Johnson Of Fort Dodge lough at the home* 6f their parents, Mr. and Mrs. dedfge Sander arid Mr. and Mrs. Chris Chrlstensen. The two y&ung men are lh the ttavy afar are .stationed at. 1 the Great) Lakes naval training station. JM188 Harriet Morey of Des 68 spent the Week end with he* parents, Mr, and Mrs, .Marry Morey. She was accompanied home by her frle*nd, Lorraine Olson-. Toby Schafer Dale Morey, Herbert Miller and Ernest B. Schafer took them back. The latter joined the Marines Monday. The .band of the West Bend consolidated school presented a concert Sunday afternoon, at the .grotto of the Redemption. This is the third Sunday afternoon concert that Glenn O. Anderson has presented his bslnd at ttte park in addition to the regular. Weekly concerts down town on Wednesday evenings. Steven WilllamB'retiurned-to West Bend Thursday afternoon to spend the bailance of the summer at the home of his mother, Mrs. Thomas, Williams. Mr. Williams has been In attendance at an institute of musical instructors at Lake Forest, 111. for the past few weeks. He Is an Instructor of music at Culver- Stockton College at Canton, Mo. Miss Dorothy Miller amd Ken- rreth Miller are spending this week at the Miller cottage on Bast Oko- tooji.Lake In company with another brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Miller of SloUx City. Walter Johnson or uort uoage IBIUVUB. vein muict- ui tuuuo. ^/. k ,. now acting as superintendent ' on I Kenneth Miller has been working the sewer system. Mrs. John Thacker was a visitor In Emmetsburg Wednesday. , (Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Wall of Colfax were Sunday visitors at the George DeWltt home. Mrs. Mary Derner Collins spent several days last week with her husband at Blkader. •Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth of Ottosen attended the funeral of Mrs. H. R. Bell Wednesday. (Victor A. Robinson and daughter, Harriett were West Bend visitors from Pocahontas Wednesday. Joan and Margaret Laubenthal of Emmetsburg are visiting their uncle, A. J. au'benthal and family. Mrs. Faye Neal and two children of West Bend spent the week end at the George Ophelm home livThor. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Downs of Graettinger spent Friday at the home of Mr. ami Mrs. Chas. Dc- | the .past few months in Hamptorr, but he resigned his position this week because he expects to be '.inducted In the army soon. The Kossuth county meeting, of the scouting flndnce campaign committee of the Prairie Gold Area council met at a breakfast Thursday morning in the Franklin Hotel to discuss the raising of sufficient funds for scouting fo rthe ensuing year in this area. Joe 'Lowe of Algona is the finance committee chairman and James A. Olson of West Bend is the major for this county. Yvonne Kllbourn of Webb has arrived in West Bend to spend a week's vacation visiting friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Thatcher, Miss Nora Collins and Walter Williams were callers in Mason City Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Goodchild and four children of Evanston, 111., •were calling on friends Saturday and Sunday. Quentin Kongsbach has i-esign- ' ed his position as band instructor'at. Ackley and is now waiting his call to the service. Mr. and Mrs. George Thacker and son, Dean, spent Friday with Mr. Thacker's " parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Thacker. Miss Dene., JurgenS,. ,of AJbert •Lea, Mjai'j spent 'the "Week end at the holJfBfof her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Jurgens and with other relatives. , Miss Bertha Sanders is enjoying a week's leave from her work at Elgin, 111., and is visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Sander. Miss Irene Mikes is spending the week end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Mikes. Miss Mikes is home demonstration agent working from Des Molnes. Miss Flossie Stagman, Mrs. Goldie Wilson left Monday evening for Washington, D. C., to visit Mrs. Wilson's son-, Warren Dale, who is an employee of the U. S. Treasury department. Quentin Kongsbach of Acklsy spent part of the week at the home of'-his mother, Mrs. Alma Kongs•bach. While here he played at the funeral of Mrs. H. R. Bell on Wednesday morning.' N A. R. MoMullen spent Friday and Saturdaly in Davenport attending a sales meeting of the field force for the Des Molnes and Davenport commercial colleges that he represents In the summer. Mrs. Chanlene Neal left Mon- dt<ly in company,with a young lady friend from Elgin, 111., for Orlando, Calif., where they will visit the latter's parents. Mrs. Neal will also visit an uncle in Washington. She expects to 'be gone a month or more. Mios Ruth Amdahl Is/spending a vacation from'her duties as a nurse at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Amdahl. Miss Amdahl Is recovering from a siege of pneumonia that she recently suffered. : Ellis Sander and George Chrls- tenaen are spending a nine day fur- FOUR SONS OF THE SCHAFERS OF WEST BEND IN SERVICE West Bend: Ernest Schafer left this week for San Diego, Calif., where he will be inducted into service as a mdrine. He is the fourth son 'of Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Schafer to enlist in the service of the armed forces of hte United States. Wm ed forces of the United States. Wm. States navy and Otto is a mechanic in the air corp in Georgia. Harold Wohls Move To Fort Dodge (Harold Wqhl, who has been in charge of the meat department of the National Tea Store since Its opening three years ago, has been transferred to Fort Dodge where he is in charge of '. the meat department in the company's new super market.. He and Mrs. Wphl and their small son, Stephen, leftf recent ly for~'thelr new home, Leonard' Ol ; son, formerly of Mason 'City; stic- ceeds Harold-in the local store. His wife and son will moVe here- lat- LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. Charles Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. Campbell Humphrey left Sunday for a trip through the Black Hills. Ruth Dcarchs, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Claude Dearchs, went to Des Moines Sunday of last week to find employment. Mr. and Mrs^teBoy Mathison o: Osage spent'the f yr£ek end with thq latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas Kuchynka, and with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Claren.ce Woods and family are spending a week in Algona with relatives and friends Mr. Woods is an engineer at San Diego, California. Kyle M. Beard, son of Mrs. Emma Beard, will leave the last c: the week after spending severa days here. Kyle' is In the navy and is staflioned at (Pensacola, Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Richardson and daughter, Patricia Gwen of San Diego, California, arrived Saturday for a week's vjsn with relatives and friends. Mr. Richardson id a painter and decorator in San Diego Phyllis Parsons and Ruth Ann Martin leave today for a trip to Duluth. Minn., and uy the Lake Michigan drive, perhaps to Canada. They will be gone the remainder of the week. Phyllis is talking her vacation from tn§ Linnan & Lynch office, and Ruth Ann from the-high school, where they are secretaries. KVINGTONBOY REPORTED IN 3 NAVAL BATTLES Irvlngtonl/ Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Weaver received word indirectly Saturday from their son, Wayne, \fho Is now stationed at Pearl Harbor. A friend of Wayne's whom had been associated with Since ils entrance into the, navy, caMed at the Weaver home, delivering the nessage that Wayne had sent to his parents, telling them he was ust fine. The friends also stated .hat Wayne had been In three naval mttles and hold come through un- larrned. The friend had returned to the states from Pearl Harbor and was on his way home to Lakota for a short furlough. Alvin Weaver, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Weaver,'has received notice to report at Des Moines again for a physical check-up, having been rejected some time ago . OUT OF STATE RELATIVES VISIT AT HACKMAN HOME John Mullica and son, Larry of Detroit, Mich, and Mrs. W. F, Mullica of Salem, Oregon, arrived at the Geo. Hackman, Sr.. home laist Wednesday for a visit. Tha trio had been at Ortonville, Minn., for a month disposing of a foundry and'machine shop which was the property of Mrs. Mullica. Previous to this Mrs. Mullica had spent a year at Salem, Ore., with her daughter, Mri. Herbert Ostlind. Mrs. Mullica is a sister of Mr. Hackman, while John is Mrs. Mui- lica's son. Mr. Mullica and Larry departed for their home at Detroit Saturday morning Mrs. Mullica will remain here for an indefinite period, ! , MRS. JOHN LINDSTROM AND DAUGHTERS RETURN HOME Mrs. John Lindstrom and three daughters, Kathleen, Lois Jean anc Betty Ann.returned to their home at Des Moines on Thursday after a visit at the Andrew Godfredson home. The return trip was made with Mrs. Lindstrom's brother Lowell, Samp, who was called to Des Moines for his physical exam- inatlon preparatory to entering the naval air corps. Later . however Lowell was notified he was rejected because of a physical disability in eyesight. Otto Harig of Alden, Minnesota, attended the funeral here Satur- ay of Charles StuffUck. Lorraine Iflewiey of De» Molnes pent the week end at the home of ei> aunt, Mrs. Bridget! Tobln. Mr. and Mrs. Don White and amlly of Des Molnes Spent the week nd In Algona with relatives and riends. Hazel Potter, who Is employed In Des Moines, spent the week end n Algona with relatives and riends. |W. T. Daughan Is ^ble to IMS out .gain after two Weeks' .illness, part if which was Spent in the Kossuth lospltal. Mrs. E. W. Liiflby will entertain he members of the Idle Hour bridge lub tomorrow afternoon (Wednesday) at her home. The Royal Neighbor club will hold its annual picnic this afternoon (Tuesday) at the home of rlrs. Fred Powell. LIEUTENANT PAUL, BLACK NOW LOCATED IN TEXAS > Lieut, and Mrs. Paul Black are now located at San Antonio, Texas Paul has received a promotion in his work of teaching military law His classes now consist of officers instead of cadets. He is located al Kelly Field. Paul is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Black. Announcements gee on?, complete jjjxe ol pawpieg—p*tete4 o? " -'f tbw seau and tell the stoiy Lee Colwell has been ill for several days at his home. -.Miss Marguerite Skilling returned from Minneapolis Saturday evening where she has been attending summer school, at Minnesota State University. Mrs. Julius Becker is a patient at an Algona hospital having been brought there from a Fort' Dodge hospital where she has been con' valesclng from the flu. Mrs. Percy Phelps, the formur Vivian Robinson left last Tuesday by bus for Salt Lake City, where Mr. Phelps has secured employment in a defense plant. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. am Mrs. Harry Felator were Mr. ant Mrs. Glenn Black and two daughters of Burt and Mr. and Mrs. Har old Colwell and two sons. Mrs. Alice Simmons is visiting with relatives and friends at Wes Bend. %trs. Simmons is Mrs. Davit Kings's mother. Before going to West Bend Mrs. Simmons was Hf Fdirmont visiting a son. Carpenters have been busy the past week alt the Edw. Mawdsley home where new enclosed porches have 'been added to both tenan houses and the windows changee in the Mawdsley sun parlor and sleeping porch. Mrs. Ina Piunkett and Mr. and Mrs. Beryl McFhee all of Def Molnes, were guests last week' af the Bob Piunkett home. Mr. Erick. son is Mrs. Plunkett's brother, Mrs Ina Piunkett is Mr. Plun-kett' mother and Mrs. McPhee is Mrs Plunkett's sister. Threshing has) already started and with faivorable weather will be in full swing this week. The run consisting of Elmer Weaver. Carl Seip, Chamberlains, Harrs and Marshalls finished Saturday night, David King also threshed last Saturday. Kenneth Roney operated the machine for the first group. Mr. i and Mrs, Frolnk Harness anc grandson, Jimmy Christensen of Wajlrath, W»9., ' former Irvjngton residents, arrived .here Saturday morning enroute to Sguache, Colo where theyx.wiU visit Mr. Harness sister, Mrs. Mina Ward, Mrs, Ward is recuperating at her home in Sa guache having recently been a pa tlent at a Colorado hospital. Mrs Jessie Turner of Algona made the trip to Colorado with the group. MARKETS 1 HOGS Heavy butchers, 180-200 Heavy butters, 200-24Q 13.5 Heavy batchers, 840-270 13,4 PacWng saws, 87Q-330 Wl l paeWn| sows, 330-360 ,.»• l?-6 Packing, sow* 860-400 l*-M CATOT-E Canners «W4 cutters $4-60-8.6 Fpk ^^..::::::::::i:.. 1 9?» : 2 «Slves •••••* LOCAL-NOTES Louise Dohe Barbara Pfeffer, both of Fort Dodge, visited during he past week at the home of their liter, Mrs. Lena 'Loss of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Amfalir and amily attended a picnic of the Fuller Brush dealers in the Algona section at Fairmont, Minne- lota Sunday. Richard Hatpin spent the week end at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Halpin. Richard is employed in the defense plant at Ankeny. George Muller, who was former- y employed by F. S. Norton .& Son, left Friday for Waohington, D. C. where he will be ejnployeJ with the F. B. t " Esther and Ruth McGahee of Victor, Iowa, are spending the week at the home of Mr. an-d Mrs. Uoyd Pratt. Esther and Ruth are sisters of Mrs. Pratt. Mrs. XX W. Colt and son, Jack, eft Friday for their home in Chicago after three weeks in Algona with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Momyer. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kresensky and two daughters, Ardis and Alice, went to Flandreau, S. D. Sunday to few days with Mrs. Kresensky's father, Giles Pettigrew. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hardy and children, Robert and Cynthia Dianne, returned from Minneapolis Monday after Mrs. Hardy had spent the past month there. Audrey and Vernon Voyles returned Saturday from Sac City, where they had spent most of the week with relatives and • friends. Sac City was their former home. Pvt. Thomas Halpin of Fort Bragg, North Carolina, and Betty Hilsteadt of Boone, spent the week end at the home of the former's Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Co^vell and Mrs. Jennie Colwell, the latter of Humboldt spent Sunday at Fort Dodge at the home of MM. Hugh Colwell's mother, Mrs. 'J. T. Hill, and other relatives and friends. n|nd MM. Ira Kohl and son, David, and Mrs. George Kohl and daughter, Lulu, spent Tuesday 0& ast week at Mason City visiting relatives. Mr. Kohl took a vacation ast week from his duties at the Ight plant. Mrs. Oxvcn Tierney and •children, 3ntig and Marilyn, spent from Thursday until Sunday at the home of Mrs. Tierney's aunt, Mrs. BricJ- gett Tobin. Mrs. Tierney is employed in the office at the Decker )lant at Mason City. Mrs. Lafo Larson and little son eft Wednesday for Omaha, Nebras- ia, where they will make their lome with Mrs. Larson's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Phillips. Mr. Larson enlisted in the navy several weeks ago and is stationed at Norfolk, Virginia. Carrie and Margaret Durant, accompanied by William Durant, 1 returned last Wednesday from a ten day trip to Rapid City, Deadwood, and Spearfish, South Dakota. In tiiiu optJuriloil, OOUtn LJtlKQltl, ill I w«.—..rf „„_„„.___, ., «„ Spearfish they attended one of the I Mrs - Ed De|Zel|ar, and EcVward The Book Club met at the home of Mrs. A. A. Bishop on Friday afternoon. James and Edward Parks, Jr.. arid Hugh Matern were at Fort Dodge Sunday afternoon attending the Midget Auto Races. [The Rev. E. Peter of Breckenridge, Oklahoma^, spoke from the Trinity Lutheran pulpit Sunday rhornjlng. Rev. P, J. Braner is pastor, Mi", apid Mrs. Stewart Ward of Creston spent the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Simon. Mr. and Mrs. Ward are former Algona residents. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Yeoman nd family of Webster City spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Yeoman. The members of the Legion Auxiliary are asking everyone that has old phonograph records and old playing cards to leave them at the Legion hall by August 2. Mrs. Edward Parks will go to Spencer Thursday evening to attend a shower for Mrs. Mary Parks Knudson, a recent bride. Mrs. Knudson is Mr. Parks' sister. Jean French, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Howard French of Titonka, spent the week end with her parents and with friends here. Miss French is employed at Davenport. Jimmy DeZellar, son of Mr. and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hal'-. pin, Sr. Mrs. Doris Pitcher and diaries Middlekauf of Des Molnes alrived Sunday for a few days at the Tiome of A. L.' Long. Mrs. Pitcher ia Mr. Long's daughter and Charles is a grandson. ... \ • • Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Kelly of Erahietsburg were Sunday, -eye-; ning 'dfhrier guests at the home of Mr. alrid Mrs. W. W. Sullivan Mr. Kelly and Mrs. Sullivan are broth- r and sister. , Dr. and Mrs. John Kenefiok and family spent Sunday -at Clear Lake. They were joined there by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kenefick and son, Tommy and Thelma Keneflck all of Eagle Grove. Mrs. Robert LaBarre and daughter of Parsons, Kansasj; arrived Thursday for several weeks' visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. .R. LaBarre and with friends. Mr. LaBarre will join her Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Butliman and daughter, Jeain, left Sunday for :ri-weekly presentations of the Black Hills Passion Play. Anita Rose Kohlhaas, daughter nf Mr. and Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas, left Friday evening for Washington, D. C., where she will visit her brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Verncn Kohlhaas. ,Mrs. Kohlhaas is the former Gertrude Zender, :daiighter of Frank Zender of Algona. Pvt. Frank Stralpori; wflto has recently been stationed rat the Marine Corps base at San Diego, Calif., arrived in Chicago Sunday where he is attending the Northwestern University, taking a radio course. Mrs. Stratton is employed by Dr. F. C. Sawyer and was the former Rita Will. Mrs. R. B. Waller, Betty Jean Pratt, and Genevieve Sterling spent Friday'and Saturday in Des Moines. Mrs. Waller visited her 1 husband who returned to Algona with her to spend Sunday, Betty Jean visited her friend Georgia Scribner at Des Moines, and Genevieve visited relatives at Webster City. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hansen of Farni- ington, Minnesota, .became the parents of their second child, a girl, born Monday, July 20. The baby weighed six pounds and eight ounces and has been named Kay "•Idna. Mr. Hansen, formerly employed at Botsfords, is the architect 'or the defense plant at Sioux City. Betty Merritt spent from Friday until Sunday at the home of ler parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. tferritt. Betty is a student nurse at the Mercy hospital at Des Moines. Bonnie Bonar, also a stud- :rit nurse at Des Moines, returned with them after spending the past wo weeks here with her mother, tlrs. J. L. Bonar. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Winandy and two daughters, Jean and Mary of Ihicago came last Tuesday and will the Methodist ^ at Lake Okoboji, where they will attend the Northwest Iowa Bible conference. they will return in a week. Mr. and Mrs.\ William Ruiii.oJ spent Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Crawford. Mr. Runkel is in the navy and is stationed at Great Lakes and Mrs. Runkel makes 'her home -in Spencer. ' Helen Dlngley, Mrs. T. C. Sherman, and Mrs. J. T. Cnrsichlles went to Des Moines Sunday to bring back Mrs. F. W. Dingley, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Nugent for the past few weeks. ' ,. . Hens, 4 to 5 Ibs 13c Hens, under 4 Ibs .,....> 13c Cocks, over 4H JOc Cocks, under 4H * 9c Springs, over 5 Ibs. ...t, 21c Springs, 4 to 5 Ibs. ...; ,.19e Springs, under 4 Ibs Ijjc Leghorns I'O No. 2 poultry, 3c less. These are Monday quotations. Prices are subject to change by the time of publication. Hospital News Fat OPWS, No. i white com. nw Np, 3 mfe$fi4 corn ,.« No. J yeJlQW corn SJte*^ 1 * 1 ** 1 ^-' -79 .37 . 1.50 Kossuth Hospital July 20—Rachel McArthur,, Al- gpna, accident; Harjey Ruscher. LuVerne, medical; Robert McDaniel Algona, surgical, July 21-*trs. Juliana ypit, Algona medical; Gary Frankl, Algpnai surgical. July 82—Mrs. J, A. Vipond, A1 T gona, medical. July 23—Kay Goetz, Wealey, med- ioal; Mri Jesse iBJalnehafd, Algona, medical, July 24 —Sandra Lm, Lflng, of BHrt, surgical; Ph|)lip Pfefler, Idaho Falls, Idaho, surgical. .IlUy aHPoMW Davis I4ver* jnwe, jwcidentj Mrs. Chris Reese, Wh}tt«nore, accident, July $h-Wayne Patterson, Swae City, surgical, Wyl?7-«Ss U«dertwfles, Bancroft, accident. Hpapltol July SM.-Mra. }• 0- JUggf, Snejv Stoly Parks, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Parks, left today (Tuesday) for Lake Okoboji where they will spend a week. Doris Blair of Mendota, Illinois, will return to her home Thursday after spending two weeks here at tHe home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Simon. Miss Blair and Mrs. Simon are sisters. Mrs. Hermit Burtis left for Hastings, Nebraska! to join her husband Who is employed in a defense plant at Grand Island. She has spent the past two'weeks visiting relatives and friends here. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Guthmann of Port podge are moving to Algona as soon as they find an apartment. Mr. Guthmann, who is a General Poods representative, has been traveling in this area for seme time. Esther Strayer, employed In Fort bodge lor the past year, Is at home now for a month's vacation. She will enter nurses' training in September alt Sioux City. Esther Is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Strayer. M*. and Mrs. W. P. French returned Sunday after spending two weeks at the Falkenhainer cottage at Coeur d' Reilles alid at other points in Wisconsin. Mr. French is the Cowan an-d Cowan Lumber Co. representative in Algona. The program committee Of the 85th anniversary of the Presbyterian church will meet Tuesday evening in the pastor's study. Those on the committee are Mrs. C. B. Vlurtagh, chairman, Ivan Long, Vtrs. G. D. Shumway and Wesley rlardy. . John Kohlhaas and son, Tom left Monday for Omaha an-d Sioux City. At Omaha Tom will make arrangements to attend Creighton college this fall. While in Sioux City they will visit Mrs. Kohhaas' sister, Mrs. Herbert Pfuffer. They plan to return tomorrow. T. F. OUalre of Washington, D. C., came Friday to be with Mrs. O'Haire who underwent an appendectomy Monday morning at the General hospital. Mrs. O'Haire and daughter, Ann, have 'been visiting the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rist, the past month. Mrs. Howard Ferrlgan and children of Chicago are visiting Mrs. Ferrigan's mother, Mrs. Theresa Neuroth and sisters, Mrs. Robeit Gillingham and Mrs. Russ 'Hardgrove of Algonal. They are also visiting Mrs. Magnus iRahm at St! Benedict and Roy Neuroth at Lakota. Dr. and Mrs. Carl Fischer and son, Carlton Richard of LaPorte, Indiana, will arrive Friday to visit at the hohie of Mrs. Fischer's patents, Mr.' and Mrs. T. L. Larson. Dr. and Mrs. Fischer will take a two or three weeks' vacation ' to the west ccast and Carlton Richard will stay with his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Elbert and son, Billy Joseph, Mrs. Joe Elbert and Mrs. Agnes Miller returned Saturday from a week's fishing trip at Cass Lake Minnesota. Marilyn and Afnle Blbert spent the at the Leroy SohlltS Boftie In orioft other \datfgnttfv the week ttt thfe ' "^ '> , \ / t' , n , itike Blbert home near Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Russell French o Flagstaff, Arizona, arrived Tuesday o£ Jast week and are visiting at th* home of Mr. French's parents, Mr*. and Mrs. Howard French at Tlton- ka and at the home of Mrs. French's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Frankl. Mr. French enlisted in the army and is awaiting his call. He has been employed in the office of a lumber mill at Flagstaff arid Mrs. French has been teaching in the Tucaoti College. Mrs. French is the former Helen Frankl. Tuesday and Wednesday, July 28-29 VVm, Holden Frances Dee in "MEET THE STEWARTS" Second Feature Laurel and Hardy in "GREAT GUNS" Thurs.-Frl. July 80-81-Aug. 1 HO W! |EQJJIPPEP WITH EASY-TQ-CLEAN MASS MILK PAILS! CLEAN-EASY MILKER visit :tiU JThursftay at the home of"Xfrst'Wln'anay's parents, Mr. and Mrs. : John 1 Simon, . Sr., : and their :wo children/Charles and John, lave been here a month with their •randparents, but will return home with their parents. Portable and Track Models You'll like Clean-Easy—loday. greatest milking machine triumph! Now equipped with glass milk containers. Easier to keep clean than ever beiore. Gas or electric, portable or track models. Ask about this great labor saving milker. FREE literature tells all about successful user* oi Clean-Easy Milkers. Sold By .;...;• J. L. Richardson Hardware iylfg. v by BEN H. ANDERSON MFG. CO., Madison, Wis. Second Feature' Two Great Stars I cHMLB STfiRRETT RUSSELL HftYDEN COLUMBIA P I C T U R| Plus Chapter No. 2 Captain Midnight Serial Sunday, Aug. 3—Four Days RA17.BONE Second Feature MICI JOHN CAIMIN • CII» "-"'• FAYE -PAYNE • MIRANDA • ROMERO .. TECHIIIC010I BUY WAR STAMPS AND BONDS AT THIS THEATRE Manufacturers of Iowa State Brand Butter License No. 4 ' JSKIMMILK POWDER For Human Consumption BUTTERMILK POWDER For Animal Use PASTEURIZED MILK- CREAM COTTAGE CHEESE Distributors of AL-CO GAS-^A^CO TEX GAS VEEDOLOIi* AL-COPENN OIL AL-CO OIL <Kerosene, Tractor Fuel ' W MM^MlM^ Oilmeal — Buttermilk Powder — Salt The Following Prices Were Paid by The Algona ' Co-Operative Creamery Co, July Ut to 15th, 1942 t Wholemilk Butterfat 3-5; 58c Sweet Cream Butterfat 44c ^ ^^W^WT^ wr ijp W WP.^WWJUSL -^BplWW!l|r'IP*™^WW W^F^^ * ' * * * "* -K" *"* £ 4 ,*• ' f C -v \ \ t * ? " £ -"J t ' v JI 1? _ tJ 0 g , , f * "* i * _ 4 * ~ J ?. * , F,O»lr Aleona Co with, su/glcftl; Faye Krauze, Jrv- siirglcsj tfty ?<H-Au«iWt4 Jiauptmann, ol

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