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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 4, 1942
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f he AlpflA Bes Moin6i, WEST BEND SCHOOL BOARD EMPLOYS 1M243 FACULTY West, Send: Miss Marjorle Andersen of .Stanhope was elected kln- teacher by the West Bend conSplldAtcd school" 'board at a Meeting; Tuesday evening. She will fill the vacancy caused by the recent resignation of Miss Lois Clausen of Holsteln who has accepted a-stenographic position In Wilmington,, Calif. Miss Anderson Is a .graduate of the Stanhope high school and later finished-a klnder- •gartem primary course in Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar 3?alls. Miss Anderson has not previously, taught school. Lelyri Bryan of Cedar was elected Tiiesday evening 'to coach boys' and girls' basketball 'and teach social science for the school yfc&r of 1942-43. Mr. Bryan grad- uttted from high school at Cedar ahfl later attended William Penh cdllege At Oskaloosa whe?e he-was very prominent 'In :baak6fl|aU and baseball., He .was married* recent^ lyi' N Mr. Bryan fills the vacancy caused by the resignation of Bruce C. Gardner who has accepted a chtract to coach at Columbus Junction for the coining school year. With the election of Mr. Bryan the faculty of the West Bend school is complete for the starting of school August 31. IViRS. MARY DORWEELER'S 82ND BIRTHDAY OBSERVED A picnic dintre?' arid'supper In honor of Mrs. Mary Dorweller's 82nd birthday was held at the Philip Dorweiler home last Sunday. Those present at the picnic were: Mr. and Mrs. Leo Arndorfer, Donald and Ruth Mary of Bancroft, Mr. and ( Mrs. George Gengler, Ralph and Carol Ann of Whitte- niore, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Studer, George Studer and Bobby Conway of LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schafer and Francis, Mrs. Edwin Dowser, Mns. John Dorwtfil Mr. and Mrs.-Frank -Brockschm'idt and Mrs. and Mrs. Henry Studer, Dale, Dwaine, Marvin Lee and Ricn- ard, all of West Bend. iP. J. DeWitt returned home after a two weeks' visit In King City, Mo v Mr. and Mrs, John Yoch of Mallord spent Sunday at the home of Emery Bevard. •Mrs. Leo Spllles of Algona visited her sister, Mrs. Eddie/Anllker and family Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frances Smith visited with Mr.' Smith's sister, Mrs. Frank Weir of Graettinger. Mrs. Martin Dennlnger and son Martin, Jr., of Boston, Mass., returned home with Mrs. Spllles for a^week's visit. |&Ir. and Mrs. Henry Studer and sons spent Sunday with Mr. Studer/^ parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Studer at LuVerne. 'Mrs. Ed Anderegg and daughter, Norma, Mrs. Kenneth Anderegg and Mrs. Henry Studer and sons were Algora visitors Friday. .-4Mra. Dorald Allen (nee Virginia Imhn) came from Sioux City Monday' for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Dunn. Miss Maida McCuliough of Fort Dodge spent Tuesday In West Bend at" ; the home of her parents, Mr. and; Mrs. C. W. McCuliough. ifl^rs, Kenneth Frank arrived from Battle Creek, Mich., for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Zaiigg arrd. other relatives and friends. / .'(Mr. and Mrs. Al Porter and children of Fort Dodge visited Mr. Porter's sister and famllly, Mrs. Walton DeWitt. Helen Kay remained for a '.visit with her aunt. Rev. and Mrs.. V. A. Mack left Sunday afternoon for' the Walther League camp at Lake Okoboji, where Rev. Mack will .be camp chaplain for the-week. Mrs. Andy Jensen and daughter, Marjorie and son, Roger, visited in Goldfield with his sister's family and in Renwick with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Peters. E. L. Blair returned Sunday from a week's visit at White Hall, 111. His wife, who had been there visiting her mother the past several weeks, returned home with him. Rev. and Mrs. G. R. McDowell of .West Bend visited Friday with former friends at Renwick. The Rev. McDowell was pastor' of the WOUNDED WARUERD RETURNS HOME—Somewhere in the Pacific—Official U. S. Navy photograph: Riddled by Jap bullets, this SBD-3, a Douglas Dive Bomber, is pictured after it returned to Its carrier. The skill of American workmanship has shown up time and time again when planes like the one pictured have returned from battle held together by mere threads. (Note that although this plane Is a mass of bullet holes the pilot sits In the cockpit unharmed and undaunted. RAMMED AND CAPTURED—"Russia:.. Although this picture jvas made by the Axis propaganda machine several months ago it has just passed through British and U. S. censorship. It shows a Russian tank put out of action after being rammed by a (German tank. The crew Is being taken .prisoner. In the present action In the south, The Red Army contests every mile of ground in the present Nazi push at Rostov. Methodist church in Renwick several years ago. Mr, and Mrs. Leo Mimbach and son, DeWitt, daughters, Beryl and •Lola of Renwick visited with Mr. and Mrs. Ohas. DeWitt. Beryl is a student nurse at St. Mary's hospital iin Rochester. Jerry Schutter recently purchased the lot adjoining his produce station from the town of West Bend. Mr. Schutter will erect a feeding pavilion to' take care of the excess chickens which he cannot handle in his present facilities. John Thacker and granddaughter, Marlon were visitors in Rock Valley Wednesday with Mr.Thack- .er's son's family, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Thacker. Mrs. John Thacker an1 daughter-in-law, •• iMrs. Richard Thacker, returned to' West Bend wj|th 'Mr 1 ., Thacker after* having spent several days at Reck Valley and also having been a visitor with Richard Thacker at Lincoln, Nebr., Where he Is stationed with the army. Hospital News General Hospital July 27—Mrs. Tom CyHaire, of Washington, D. C., surgical. July 28—Mrs. James Hllferty, of Wesley, surgical. July 30—Mrs. John Hildman, Wesley, surgical. July 31—Mrs. Dwight Hardgrove, Bode, boy. August 1—Mrs. Sim L. BemU, Sexton, surgical; Betty Ann Mertj:, West Bend,'surgical; Dennis Mulligan, Bancroft, accident; Walter O'Green, Swea City, surgical. August Z—3, J, Sharpnock,. Cor- wlth, surgical. '''-, .Kossuth Hospital . July 28—Mrs. Leon Gardner, Algona, girl. July 29—Mrs. Chris Long, Algona, medical; Mrs/ W. Rl OflEXonnell, Lone Rock, girl. July 30—C, C. Wright, Algona, medical. July 31—Mrs. Wm. Dodds, Algona, boy; Gladys Ann Groen, Burt, surgical. "Better duality" SEALS "(Motor Strata" SEAL COMMISSION HEADQUARTER* f«j- RUBBER-STAMPS ORDER WILL Bl^ljlU^ P^OIIPUT AM ^ „„ _ 'jil Iwp'S^ *ippSP]y?MW^ ^PJy^^^B™ ^^WW t V %^P^^^™^P^ " "-' '-.»)RB V" VRJlL" i P-lw'4. : 4° - ^ '--• -, -^ ' 'f, '~ "'-, MONUMENT TO VICTORY 1948—Forest City, Iowa: During: the ea'rly spring W. R. Prewltt of Forest City, Iowa, erected a monument to forecast "VICTORY" In 1942. The vase on top is composed of broken small pieces of stone, cemented around the tank of an ordinary cream separator; the outside of the "V" Is also studded with-.peb- Piles, while the "1942? Is also 1 made by imbedding small rocks in the cement. Mr. Prewltt says the figure "2" can easily be replaced with a "3" or even a "4". LOCALS Vio Sampson, who Is in the navy and staltioned at Key West, Florida, is spending a few days here this week with his wife and with other relatives and friends. Mrs. Sampson Is the former Lulu Huenhold, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August Huenhold. • Mrs. G. R. Schoby and son, Fr,ank, and daughter, Katherlne, Mrs. R. E. Brown, and Mrs, J. F. Schoby spent Monday of last week In Mason City at the home of Mr. and Mm, Walter Schob^. Mrs/ Walter Schoby As Mrsi Brown's daughter, - \ Mrs. Herman Moore and Mrs. Sherwood Potter went to Fort Dodge Wednesday to spend a few days at the 'home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wohl. Mr. Wohl, formerly butcher at the National Tea store here, was recently transferred to the Fort Dodge store. Mrs. Oscar Anderson and Evelyn Toothman went to Ames Friday to meet the former's niece, Mrs. Albert Snyder and two children of Eaton, Colorado. Mrs, Eason is the former Frances Godf redson, and is visiting her father, Andrew Godfredson and other relatives, Morris Godberson, who was employed at the Henry Furst barber shop last fall and winter has recently been made a corporal. He is now Jn the medical department of the service and for several months has been sfcatjoned at Lawson Gen- mi hospital, Atlanta, Georgia, .' (Lufe Kohl U taking her vacation this, week from the Coa?t-to-Coaj}t storp. Slie hag moved to the home f I her skater, M W , Robert Harrjngt .ton, and jyiH spend part of her va- and the remainder at re she and Edith and Welter will have a cottage. Mr, »wd Mrs, EIU, Stephens ol visited from Wednesday friday with the former^ parents. Mr. and Mrs. Q. J. .Steph- erason, who are leaving soon fo> Oregon, Ellis is chief Jpoj engineer fo? thu afoytaf Oo. at Newton. Hjs brother, Kenneth, and family who have beejj living at iLytton, are ropy. log to California. Roy Hanna, gt Rutbv^nT wh de Alf Krescnsky was confined to his home last week with a severe case of poison ivy. ' C. C. (Tlnk) Wright entered the Kossuth hospital Thursday and is receiving medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Mahieg went to Rochester Saturday where Mr. Malueg went through the clinic. Mr. and Mrs. William Stell of Mason City spent the week end in Algona with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Phillips spent the week end at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, where they visited their son, William. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Llndgreti spent Sunday at Lake Okoboji. Mr. Llnd- gren Is the manager of the Kossuth Implement Co. Mrs. A. 3. Eason and Mrs. P. V. Janse were visitors Thursday at LuVerne. Both women formerly lived in LuVerne. Mrs. Jessie Turner is visiting this week and next at Saguache, Colorado, with her sister, Mrs. R. A. Ward and family. Mrs. Wayne Wolf and daughter, Marcla of Waterloo spent a few days last week with the former's mother, Mrs. Laura Vandee. Mrs. Frank Stratton joined her husband in Chicago over the week end. Pvt. Stratton has been transferred to Chicago ftfr a short time. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Stephenson will leave Thunsday for Oregon and other western states where they will .visit relatives and friends. Teddy Larson of Mallard is spending the week at the home of his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Waller , Bleich and with other relatives. . Arlene Hagg and Beverly Johnson spent several days last week at the home iof their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sorensen at LuVerne. • Zelda Long of Des Moines spent the week end her with her mother, Mrs. Chris Long, who is in the Kossuth hospital receiving medical treatment. Bernard WHsan of Jjake Mills spent Friday at the home of his parents, Mr.- and Mrs. S. D. Wilson and with his sister, Mrs. V. K. Rising. Mr. and Mrs. -George H. Johnson took their daughter, Vera, to Des Moines on Sunday where she will enter Mercy Hospital to begin nurses' training. Mrs..Neal Smith and Leona and David were Sunday guests at the Floyd Smith home at Elmore Minnesota. Floyd is a brother-in-law of Mrs. Neal Smith. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Wirtdell and Mrs. P. P. Zerfass went to, Charles City Tuesday of last week .to attend the funeral of Mr. Windell^ sister, Mrs. Emma Webster. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Medin and family of Wihttemore and Kenneth Medin and daughter Sandra Kay of Lost Island were Sunday guests at the parental Sam Medin home. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Shackelford and two daughters from Davenport spent the week end here vis.iting wlthi their parents. Mr. Shackelford is 'employed at a defense plant. G. O. Bdard, son of Mrs. Emma Beard, waS 'recently inducted into the army at Benson, Arizona, and Is stationed at the reception center at Ft. MacArthur at San Pedro, California. S. D. Wilson Is at Rochester this week where he is going through the clinic. His son, John, who underwent an loperation there recently,i accompanied him and will have a check-up. Jean Murtagh arrived Monday evening from Iowa City where she has completed her summer term at the State Universlty'of Iowa. Jean is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh. Mr. f(nd Mrs. E. O. McMahon are in Des Moines today (Tuesday) attending to business matters. Mr. and Mrs. McMahon and family will spend next week at a cottage at Lake Okoboji. Mr, and Mrs. George Rumreich of Grand Rapids, Minnesota, became the parents of their -first child, a boy, on Thursday, July 30. He has .been named Thomas Paul. Mrs. Rumreich Is the former May Waller. 'Mr. and Mrs* Raymon Henry, Sherwood 'Pjotter,' and Herman Moore spent Sunday in Fort Dodge at the Harold Wohl home. Mrs. Potter and Mrs, Moore returned home with them after spending the past few days there. . Tom Dalley went to Whittemore Sunday to get his mother, Mrs. Margaret Dalley, who will spend the week here. She wili go to Sioux City Sunday to spend a few days at the Leo Dalley home before going to California. Miss Theresa Fisher of Wichita, Kansas, was a week end guest of Mrs. J, L. Daub and her'sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Hensold. The three women were schoolmates years ago. Miss Fisher has also been visiting relatives at Titonka and Britt. P. F. P. Ralph Mertsp and wife and little daughter of St. Louis, Missouri, arrived Sunday fpr a, few days' visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Green and with other relatives. Mr. Mertz Is Mrs. Green's sister and formerly lived at West Bend, Mt. and Mrs, James Ctayberg and W n, Jimmy of Pekin, Illinois, spent Saturday and Sunday at the home "of Mir. and Mrs. E. C. Sprague. Mr, iClayfoerg and Mrs. Sprague are cpusins. Mr. Qlayberg is a chemist at the Flelschman Yeast plant at Pekln. Mrs, Martin Penlnger and son, Martin, Jr., of Boston, Massachu- s^tts, are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo SpiUes, Mrs. Den- ioger is Mrs, Spilies 1 sister-in-law. Her husband is in the navy and is « chief commlsary steward at the Panama CanaJ. They went ta Sherburn, Minnesota, Sunday and visited at tbe home of Mr. and Mrs,- Qoj-dojj p%msn. Mw. WUl FUBenworah and daughter, Mrs. jlelbsamen and two child- and lire. Hea$o£ $M <>t .3?% gfeg Alice Bajiey ofGt. Paul «i&rtfl Friday a* the boirg Of Mr'and, Hr*. Anton Didrikseu with fitter refotivw and friends, — R: O. Bjustrom of tho Bjustrom Furniture store, spent Wednesday In Minneapolis on business. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fuller and children, Marilyn and Billy, are spending the week at a cottage at Lake Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Lauritsen and family will move to Des Moines where he will be employed in an implement shop. Josle McEvoy returned Thursday after spending the past week with her sister, Mrs. M. R. Bradley at Graettinger. Donald Reed of Iowa Falls spent last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs, R. L. Beamish. Mr. Reed is Mrs. Beamish's brother. air. and Mrs. J. H. Draper returned Wednesday from a two weeks' trip through Uoah and California and other western points. Mr. and Mrs, B. L. Main and son, Delos, of Mason City were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Irelan on Monday. Mrs. Joscphle Southgate was called to Ypsilanti, Michigan, Thursday by the serious illness of her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Robert Southgate. Mr. and Mrs, Jack Hilton and son, Larry and Mrs. Hlltons sister, Vlo- lette Halbrook are spending the week at ai cottage at Lake Okoboji. ' Betty KohlhaaJ*, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas, is spending the week dn Chicago at the home of her college friend, Kay Farlow. r Mr. and Mrs. Verne Ja*nes of Chicago arrived Friday at the John Romer home, where they wilt visit. Mrs. James is a 'sister of Mrs Romer. Mrs. Jordon, Ada, Ellen and Alma Carlson le'ft Saturday for a week end visit in Linn Center, Illinois, visiting at the home of their aunt, Mrs. T. A. Cedarburg. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Gorman went to Des Mdines Sunday to meet their son, Walter, Jr., who arrived for a visit from Washigton, D. C., where he is employed. Jen|niinne Skinner returned to her hdme in Springfield, Illinois, Friday after spending the past two weeks at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Anna Skinner. Mr. and Mrs. John McDowell returned frojm Iowa Citly Monday where Mr. McDowell has been attending the summer sessions at the State .University of Iowa. Mrs. Dick Cowan and daughters Judy dnd Marcla, will spend Friday at Mason City at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Krogh. Mrs. -Krogh is the former Ruth McKee. x Dr, and Mrs. M. G. Bourne and family left for Clear Lake Saturday where they will spend two weeks. Dr. Bourne will drive back erfd fiorth to take care of his practice. Mrs. W. Fj Mufflca of Salem, Oregon, Is visiting 'at the George Hackman, Sr. home. John Mullica and son of Detroit, Michigan, were also -recent visitors at .the Hack- cnans. Dorothy Day, formerly employed at the Iowa State Bank, went to Clarion Friday to visit her, parents, Mr.'and Mrs. Otis Day. Elizabeth Kemmer is taking her place at the bank. Mrs. Walter Klamp, Mrs. William Dehnert, Mrs. Delia Troutman, Mrs. Al Spongberg, and Mrs. Alma Nelson went to Burt Thursday to help Mrs. Claude Sigsbee celebrate her birthday. Delores Elbert is taking her vacation: this week from the Graham store and is spending it here In Algona. (Mrs. Henry Douglas returned Monday after a two weeks 1 ' vacation from Graham's. Jack Hemphlll arrived today (Tuesday) to spend a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Hemphill. Jack is 'In the navy and is .in the personnel office at the Great Lakes training station. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal and fam- KY were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Al Coleman at West Bend. Sunday was Hubert Deal's birthday and the dinner was Jn honor of that occasion. Air. and Mrs. Manson A. Stewart and.the tetter's mother, Mrs. B. F. Reed of Yankton, South Dakota, arrived last week for a visit at the L. H. Reed home. Mrs. Reed is the mother of Mrs. Stewart and Mr. Reed. Pvt. Ernest Lavrenz of Ft, Sill, Oklahoma, was a dinner guest at the home of his aunt, Mrs. Henry Lavrenz Thursday evening. Pvt, Lavrenz is an instructor of Government Materials at Fort Sill and was on a ten day furlough. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lavrenz of Burt, Pvt.. Lavrenz has been selected to enter an officers' training school. MM. James Reid of Bartlesville, Oklahoma, Is here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hodges, J. I/. Richardson went to Chicago Saturday to market and do some fall buying for his hardware store. Mr. and Mrs, Don H.' Xnskeep have moved to Algona from Storm Lake.' Mr. Inskeep is with the Eastlawn Memorial Park. W. G. C*rt!s is taking his vaca- tjpnr this week from the Kohlhaaa Hardware and with his family went to Chariton, his former home. Roy Chrlstensen and his brother, L. M., of the Estherville Chrls- tensen store, are in Chicago this week attending the fall market. Mr. and airs Merle Pratt and Art Weise went to Des Moines this morning where the latter will Investigate enlistment in the navy. Dorothy Meschcr, who has been employed at the J. L. Richardson Hardware for some time, will leave Saturday for Des Moines to attend the A. I. B. rj and airs. C. S. Kurtz and family returned Saturday from St. Paul where they had spent a week. Mr. Kurtz Is manager of the local Swift & Co. .plant. Mrs. C. H Cretzmeyer and daughter, Jane, returned Saturday from Iqwa Gity where Jane has completed the summer school session. Mrs. Cretzmeyer went to Iowa City Friday. Miss Mary Weber of West Des Moines was a guest a few days last week at the Home of her brother, L. A. Weber. Several years ago she made her home in this community. Jim Duryea was taken to Minneapolis Saturday ifor medical treatment following an operation performed, there some weeks ago. He Kvas accompanied by his sdetter, Mayme. Miss Meryl Norton come the first of last week for three weeks of vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Norton. Meryl is director of nurses at the City hospital in Moline, Illlnios. Mrs.' Roy E. Berrie a|nd two children of Mason City came Sunday tin visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Barry. She plans to accompany her parents to Des Moines today and the children will visit other relatives here LnfVonne Sankey left this morning from! Boone for Camp Sutton, at Monroe, North Carolina, to spend a week with Ralph Lindhorst, former deputy sheriff of Kissuth county. She is taking her vacation from the Security State Bank. air. and Mrs. Matt Kelsh and little son, Patrick Lee, of LuVerne, Minn., came Saturday for a week of vacation with Mrs. Kelsh's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Selzer. They will spend next week at Mason City with Mr. Kelsh's parents. Merle Wellendorf left Friday for the Great Lakes after a few days in Algona visiting at tbe home of his brother, Loyd; and with friends. He has completed his preliminary training at the Great Lakes and is rated as a machinist's mate, second class. He likes the navy life. Irmn Dee Hargreaves, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hargreaves, spent the week end here with her parents. Irma Dee is employed by the Proctor & Gamble company at Omaha. Rosemary Kirsc'h of Fort Dodge is spending the week with Arlene Hargreaves,, also a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hargreaves. ^SPRING WEATHEF All Winter Long With the NEW STOKER Rust-resisting, long-lasting heavy cast chassis instead of sheet steel —Gehl fuel-saving Air Governor and other extra values. Enjoy clean, even, automatic heat at less than hand firing with the BETTER GEHL. MinncapoHi-Hontywctl Control! TIME PAYMENTS—Inspection and estimate FREE. Hopper or bin-fed models to fit any size or type of heating plant. Phonje 464 Laing & Muckey Richard Pedersen, ion of Mrs. Marie Pedersen, la taking his vacation this week from the Algona Upper Des Moines artd is Visiting relatives at Dayton and Des Moines. In Dayton he will visit his aunt, Mrs. Carl Strandberg. Mrs. Don Alt of Cedar Rapids arrived last Week for an Indefinite visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Joe Greenberg. Mr. Alt is in the army and is at present stationed at Sioux City. Mrs. Alt Is the former Isabella Greenberg. mpRlene Hill: arrived Soturday from Fort Dodge to spend 2 weeks vn.fn.tirm at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hilt. Imo- -ene ii employed by the Metorpol- itan Life Insurance company and was recently transferred to the office at Atlantic, Iowa, where she will be chief clerk, Duane Jefnsen called his aunt, Mrs. Henry Becker, Sunday to teil ier he was back in Chicago at the Wavy Pier after a few weeks of training at Norfolk, Va., follow- ng graduation from the Great Lakes Training School. He will lave four months more advanced training as an aviation mechanic at the Pier. Duane made nil home with tftei-Beckefa fat several Mrs, L & Llnnan Mid Mr*. Zerfass returned Friday front (Moines where they had spent a few> days. Mrs. Llhnau was a guest .of Mrs. E. V. Wofley and Mrs. 2ef* fass visited Mrs. Louis Vfcrv**. Mrs, V^rVeer, the former Jangls Zerfass, is giving up her apartment In Des Moines. She has been employed in the ordnance plant since her husband went Into service. Mr, n»id Mrs. D. L. McDonald and son, Bill, returned Thursday of last week from a sixteen day vacation in Minnesota and Canada. They visited Mrs. McDonald's parents at Willmar and spent a few- days at Grand Rapids, with the the Hollls Trainers, former Burt residents, with whom their daughter, Mary Lou, remained for a longer visit. Other stopping points Were Duluth, Minneapolis, Ely, and Rochester, where Mrs. McDonald went through the clinic. The following day the McDonalds returned to Rochester where Mrs. McDonald entered one of the hospitals- fqr surgery. ALWAYS COOL. ~ -- ^ Tuesday and Wednesday, August 4-5 Basil Rathbone lx>rraine Day In "FINGERS AT THE WINDOW" UICI JOHM CAIHIN CIIAI FAYE 'PAYNE • MIRANDA • ROMERO FrWtoy and Saturday, August 6-7-8 Second Feature A Two-Star Tornado' till yif-KX RITUK timilL CQIUMII4 ? I C T Plus'c^pt. Midnight gerfcl You f orward-looking men who are paying part'?• icular attention to getting the most quality for your war-time dollar, will be interested in' this advance showing of fall styles. More than ever before, quality is of utmost importance when you're buying clothing that will have toL serve you faithfully during those extra years of wear. Remember, too, that in addition to fabric and "tailoring, the care you give youjr clothes will make a big difference. Combine these .factors' with a Zender label and you'll have a valuable investment! ' < • : New Colors Galore • Air Blue • Indian Brown • Dust Gray. PRICED RIGHT 25 - 30-35-40-50 • Michaels-Stern • Clothcraft • Graf • Manchester •Kuppenheimer $ Pacesetter You Fellows Going Back To School— Better plan a ward* robe now and start buying, it, Only 4 weeks to go, We are f loaded with fingertip' coats, sweatel-s, pants, sport jackets and a full line of is all new jnw&andwe^cmglht in'to go, Yd, Ql&dtehave * 1 * » tHv^- ,s.. .* * r "** 3 '"pi ' s, ^ ^K;/ '^; ; ^

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