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the AkonaTJppcr 1^9 Mon ' ST. JOE TAKES ALGONA 2-0 IN PLAY-OFF €AME St Joe: lit the final game of the play-off of the Kossuth County ILeague' the St. Joe baseball club won over the Algona club Thursday afternoon at Lone Rock. The score of the game was 2-0. This was the third meeting of these two cubs during the year. In the first game Algona won by a score of 1-0 when the umpire forfeited the game due to a protested decision .by St. Joe manager. The second game was a victory for Aleona by a top-heavy score. There has been a great deal of rivalry between the two clubs, the games developing into a pitchers' battle. Thilgcs of St. Joe was especially good with men on bases. With the bases loaded and one out In the fifth Inning he retired the next two Algona batters. jMjrs* Lucy Waignef became a great-grandmother for the first time when a son was born to Mr. and Mrs Otetus Reding of Chicago at the Kossuth hospital, Algona. Cletus Reding is the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding of Whtttemore. •Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Henely artd son of Des Moines spent last Sunday at the home of Mrs. Henely's mother, Mrs. George Becker. Margaret Becker who had spent the previous two weeks in Des Moines returned home with them to attend school. Margaret is a junior In St. Joseph's high school. Attoi-ney and Mrs. C. W. Conner and daughter, Kay Lou of Des Moines and Mrs. Frank M. Bonder of Kansas City are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hood. The ladies are sisters. DON'T Fail to Rotate Your Tires Switch your tires every 5,00 0 miles to insure even wear. Cross rears to front and move fronts straight back. Wheels out of balance, shimmy, or weaving can cause excessive and uneven wear shortening the life of the tires. Come in today for inspection. CHAMPLIN GAS AND OIL Washing—Greasing—Battery Service Park's Super Service STATE AND HABLAN ST. t &s&a&xay^^ iQWfrflfljHi • ^^yfgngtgggjmj FENTON CLASSES 1 ELECT OFFICERS FOR SCHOOL YEAR Fenton: School opened Monday, August 31 with one hundred twenty-seven pupils enrolling. Of th's number 71 ajre in the high high school. There are 20 freshmen, 15 sophomores, 12 juniors and 24 sen- ors. Class elections were hold and resulted as fo'lows: freshman— ^resident, Lois Norland; vice presl- Jent, Beverly SchuNte; secrteary and treasurer, James Widdel; student council representative, Virgene Cornelius; advisor, Mr. Poster. Sophomores— president, Elvira Meyer; vice president, Lorrajne Wegner; secretary and treasurer, Valene Moerman; student representative, Kathryn Bleckwenn; advisor, Miss Dunn-. Juniors—president, Eunice Johnson; vice president, Lorraine Jentz; secretary and treasurer, Ann Hackbarth; student council representative, Doris DeWall; advisor, Mrs. Moerman. Seniors— president, Lawrence Mueller; vice president, Bernard Thilgcs; secretary, Verdell Borchardt; treasurer, Elaine Mitchell; student council representative, Theodore Kabelitz; advisor, Supt. Tatum. iThe student body met as a whole before dismissal for nomination of president and recording secretary. The seniors nominated Eugene Schmidt and Delond Vottler respectively for these positions. The juniors nominated Lorraine Jentz and Ann Hackbarth. At the election held Tuesday morning Eugene Schmidt was elected student council president and Delond Votteler recording secretary. We Can't Equal Their Sacrifices, ImtfWe Might I * . ...... . ... . ••-.^•--^-nili-nLiMiMT-1 •—Jl_' -''- -'- If .Alt THE REST OTU3 SACRIFICED E ^ -WE COUU3NV EVEN THB Copyright, 1942, New York Trlbunt Ine. rtiiiiwiB .Cfltiw TO *»»•««•— ,The Aigdna Woman's ;chib will meet for a one o'clock luncheon at the AlSohfc hatel Friday- afternoon. Mrs, Curtte Amaft of Mason City will give a tallr entitled "Plays to Read in time* Like These." Eastern Sta* will' Meet— The members of the Eastern Star will meet Tuesday night at the Masonic Temple This meeting will b'i called Friendship Night and officers from other chapters win take part In the work. First Meeting o* Sorority— The Alpha Psi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will have its first meet- Ing of the year this evening (Tuesday) at the home of Mrs. George Free with Dorothy Lane as host ess. Sewing Club Meets— Mrs! Rudy GudeHan will entertain the members of the sewing club this afternoon (Tuesday) at her home. St. Thomas Guild to The St. Thomas Guild will meet Thursday afternoon at 2J20 at the home of Mrs. T. H. Holmes, Jr. Ray Phillips underwent an operation for appendicitis at a hospital in Fort Dodge last Wednes day. ona A! TOP-FLIGHT f .sX y Moines Jo You can't afford to Jose prestige with unattractive printed pieces in youf business. 'It is ill-advised economy to save on coat of, for example: stalling , pieces. Keep the good-will of customers and create new friends through the war days ahead with the Algona Upper- Des Moines' fine work. LETTERHEADS ENVELOPES' * MAILING PIECES INVOICES, BLOTTERS Algona Upper Des Moines PHONE TOUR NEWS Phones 16-17 Prices Paid For Wholemilk and Cream Butterfat By Algona Co-Operative Creamery Co. Ai^gust\1-15 (3.5% test)— Wholemilk Butterfat "Oc Sweet Cream Butterfat 47c First Grade Butterfat 45e August 15-31 (3.5% test)— Wholemilk Butterfat 60c Sweet Cream Butterfat 48c First Grade Butterfat 46c F. 0. B. ALGONA Algona Co-operative Creamery Company < Phone 400 ' 5 V^WWV-^AVAVUW-^WWWWWVVW MRS. MILTON WEISBROD AV. S. C. S. LESSON LEADER The W. S. C. S. met Thursday afternoon in the church parlors. Hostesses were Mesdames Carrie Voigt, Eugene Huskamp, Clarence Arbogast, Herman Huskamp, Joe Madden and John Menz. The devo- ions "Youth of Our Churches" were ed by Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod. An tern, "Live and Let Live" was read jy Mrs. W. R. Wolfe while Edith Wolfe played at the .piano, "On- vard Christian Soldiers/' Dod'S Call of Youth through the Ages was given- by Mrs. H. C. Lindsey and Mrs. Shelby Weisbrod gave "The Vision of Isaiah." The citizenship chairman Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber gave a. report on Christian Citizenship and Bishop Lee's tal kon "Americas Stake in the Far East." Mrs. Miton Weisbrod was leader leader. A panel discussion on "Youth Institutions in the U. S." was held with Mesdames George Jorgenson, Elmer Weisbrod, J. G. Waterman, Ed Weisbrod and Fred Mortcnson taking part. The program closed with a'poem, "The W. S. C. S'r" read by Mrs. A. H. Meyers. Guests were Mesdames Herman Struecker, Bill Meyer, R. H. Williams and A. E. Holland. Fer,n Stevqns Is Wed— iFern Hazel Stevens, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Walters Stevens, became the bride of Ivan M. Hines 01 Waterloo, Thursday afternoon, at the home of the bride's parents. The Rev. F. C. Volzlce, pastor of the Baptist church, performed the they went on north for a couple days of fishing. iMissLo)a Lindsey and Miss Grace Yackey, both registered nurses at Iowa City, left Friday to resume their duties having visited here since Monday at the H. C. Lindsey home. Pror to coming here they had enjoyed a two weeks' vacation in northern Minnesota. The St. John's Ladies Aid met on Wednesday afternoon in the church basement with Mrs. Wilbert Yager and Mrs. Alvin Zumach the hostesses. Guests included Mesdames Arol Ranney, Paul Eigler, Shelby Weisbrod, Ray Stoeber, Lyle Bassett, Lester Theesfleld, August Zumach and Elizabeth Dempsey. LOCALS WALTHER LEAGUE TO HOLD DEDICATION SEPTEMBER 17 The Walther League met Thursday night in the church basement. During the business meeting reports were given by the secretary- treasurer, chairman of ChrJLstinn Service and the chairman of Christian Knowledge. Plans were made for a dedication celebration to which the societies of Letts Creek and Whittemore are to be invited. The date is Sept. 17. Bunco was played at five tables. Refreshments were served by Delores, Everett and Ferdinand Mueller. Home Lovers- Here's a grand opportunity to buy that new Living Boom Suite and save money. There is still a wide selection to choose from. For Every $ 3°° You Invest " > I'll Give You Freedom ) *4°° Back!" ' \ Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept 8-9 Extended Run 'SHE HAS THB STUFF OF WHICH HEROES are'MADEJ lDGEOW Foney Fables News * Teresa WRIGHT *Dom. Moy WHITTf A (iil«0-OOlDW»H.M*tl« PICIU« O. H. Stoeber and Gene Snavely were Des Moines business visitors Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. George Jorgenson visited at the Paul Anderson home at Dolliver Monday evening. Edith Laage and Florence Weisbrod left for Des Moines Tuesday afternoon, where they will teach this year, Stanley Munch of Miles City, lontana, was recently appointed thletic director of the Industrial chool at that place. Florence Newel left for Bemid- Minn., Friday where she will each sophomore English. She aught at Kcnyon, Minn., last year. The Dorcas sewing club met on londay afternoon at the home of Irs. Ed Weisbrod. Guests were the rlesdames Charles Weisbrod, Ed Schlei, L. J. Weisbrod and George brgenson. Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Loek and on, Allan, of Chicago, who have been visiting the past three weeks at the parental Otto Borchardt home and with other relatives and friends, left for their home on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mansager, Eugene and Delores and the Henry Mansager family attended a surprise celebra- Cody, Mrs. Durwood Potter left Sun day for North Branch, Minnesota where she will teach in the pub lie schools for the coming year. Mrs. Aggie Itnapp returned las week from Mason City where sh had spent about three weeks visit ing her son, Harry and family and old friends. Wayne Noland, who is employed at the Glen L. Martin bomber plant at Omaha, Nebraska, spent'Thurs- day and Friday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Noland. Donald Parsons returned to Iowa City Sunday after spending the week at the home of his mother, Mrs. Charlotte Parsons. Donald graduated in June from the University of Iowa and is now working o n his Master's degree. Mr. and Mrs. Ignatius Wernert and daughter, Alice, ,of Pittsburg, Pa,, arrived Sunday for a week's visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. Wernert. Ignatius is doing research work for a paper company at Pittsburgh. Mr. and Mrs, Jess Riddle and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Riddle and child returned last Saturday from Kenosha, Wisconsin, where Jess has been employed during the summer, and where the others had spent five weeks. Jess left today for Muskegon, Michigan, where he will continue his work with the contractor by whom he was employee at Kenosha. Wayne will assume his duties in the express office today. During his absence George St. John has been carrying on foi ilngle ring ceremony. Mrs. Lloyd Stevens of Mapleton, Minn., sang •When I Am With You" and 'O Promise Me" with Miss Doris Gen- •ich of LuVerne at the piano. Miss Genrich played the .bridal chorus from Lohengrin's wedding marcn. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a floor length white satin princess style dress with long sleeves and a lace yolk and collar. She also wore a fingertip veil and carried a bouquet of pink roses. Her sister, Dorothy was maid of honor, and wore a floor length pink dress and corsages of white gladioli. Another sister, June, was the bridesmaid and wore a Ight blue floor length dress and a corsage of pink gladioli. George and Lyle Stevens, cousins of the bride, were the best men. Following the ceremony a reception was held with sixty guests present. After a short weddmg; trip they will be at home at 127 Courtland street, Waterloo, where both are employed at the Rath Packing plant. Soldier Honored- Mr, and Mrs. Peter Halsrud entertained a group of People Sunday at their home in honor of the.r soir Sgt. Walter S. Halsrud of Fort Bragg North Carolina, who is home on f'six-day leave. Those pres- j ent were Mr. and Mrs. George Seng- busoh and family, Mr. and Mrs Robert Braun and family. Mr. ann Mrs Oliver Bakken and Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Mittag and son, o£ Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Halsrud, Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Halsrud and daughters, Mrs. O. Theesfleld and children all of Bode Mrs. Sam Miller and son, Harold Smith, Phil Lee, Francis Braun, Phyllis Asa and Florence Phillips, all of Algona. 2 Piece Kioehlei Suite $ 79°° Whittemore News Wed at Estherville— .Frances Schultz and Clark Redfield were married Sunday afternoon at the home of the brides parents at Estherville. The bride is employed at the Algona Creamery and the groom, who is the son of Mrs. Meda Redfield, is employed at Borchardt's drug store. They will make their home in Algona vhere the groom expects to be can ed to the army in the next two weeks. Dinner Honors Guests— Mrs Gene Hood entertained at seven o'clock dinner Thursday eye ning in honor of her husband s birth day and also for her sisters, MM. Frank M. Bonder of Kansas City. Missouri, and Attorney and Mrs. C. W Conner of Des Moines. They returned to their respective homes Friday, after having spent the past ten days at Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hood's and other relatives. Men's Club a| Church— fThe Presbyterian Men's Club wil meet Wednesday evening at the church. Hostesses will be Mrs. T Barker. Mrs. Harold Clayton Lovely designs, soft comfortable seats. 'Equip Next To War Bonds - Furniture Is Your Wisest Investment! Foster Furniture Store ^^ ^^— ^^- ^» ^^— , l _.___ AJ ^.~ svv ~ v l rt ~s»r- ft .fl-{*'flffl» Lloyd E. Walker left arturtw}*™^™^*-*^.™ morning for Mason City, where he ls ' committee consists of Gay ho* accepted a position as clerk P ro | way and Harold O,ay men's department in the ' Thursday, September 10th ONE DAY ONLY LYRICALLY IOVEIY...MUSICAUYMAGICAI Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Huskamp and Mrs. Carrie Voigt returned on Tuesday night from northern Minnesota. They left here Saturday and went to Minneapolis where they attended the state fair. From there Friday and Saturday, Sept 11-12 TWO TOP ATTRACTIONS JUDY GANOVA JOIl BROWN J»un lor the Entire Family Furniture SALE 211 NOBUH HAKLAN ST. Sat. Sept. 12 10 a. m. Almost new studio couch with matching chair, occasional chai and table. Walnut dining room suite like new. Walnut bedroom suite, bed with spring and mattress. Two mirrors, piano, cedar chest, sewing machine, kitchen set, ice box, electric and kerosene stoves, lamps dishes, ?, books, lawnmower and articles. ^fafl8*| apartment can be found. ,Mr. and Mrs. George Leopold, M iss Elsie Leopold from Milwau- e e, , and Mrs. Harry Kohl of Antigo, Wis., visited from Wednesday evening until Monday morning at tne A ° t Heidenwith home. They spent several days sight-seeing m the Black Hills and Bad Lands in South Dakota. BorotHy ^^ Da ,, ey t „, or at a surprise "hanky sn ftt the , home of Mrs. Glen Johnso Thursday evening. Dorothy UW trom was the '. assisting « oste =f Three tab les of bridge were In pia with Miss Dai i e y winning the flr prize an d Mrs. Donald Akre th secO nd high. for the naval training station at James Bishop, who Waukegan Ml. The pasb four parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. has "been taking a course of ship) carpentry, iThose who helped Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith celebrate her birthday and Mr. Heidenwitb their 2»th wedding anniversary Thursday evening were: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt and son, Raymond and daughters, Evelyn and Elenora, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker ai)S daughter, Sbarl Ana of here, Fwd Wegener of Swea City, Mw. Emitte Heidenwith and Dorothy Jebew ol :. and Mrs. Gdj. Leo- C. Sigsbee. __ Choir Members-^ choir had a fa c n Park on ^^ pj , ac _ " of Bloise Hoagla»d, j^^e Wadleigh, e £o n for W*>himj- W Q 8R d Calvin and Louise ' this fall. ,_„, at Prflge CUife— Mr. and Mrs. Robert MeCullou$fc «n>n the first prise of war stamps were guests «f ">e dw- w ..,^ club Thursday eve; '— **«»._**« » "Ha/SMS Subscription Rates Now In Effect! 1 Year in Kossuth County Either Algona Paper ----. ____$2.00 Both Algona Papers ___-_ ,--.- ---$3.00 6 Months in Kossuth County Either Algona Paper _-_-,!_ _----- — — -$1.25 Both Algona Papery ______-.- — - --.----$2*25 The above prices are also in effect for the Bordering posfcoffices at Annstong, Bode, Britt, Buffalo Center, Corwitb, Cylinder, Elmore, Hardy, Hutchins, Uverraore, <Wfr«w,'IWw, J Rodman, Stilson, West Bend atild Woden. Outside Kospth County Wear-Either Paper --^- -.-^-'^ • --,-,1 Year—Both Paper* ____--_, -.-$4.50 6 Month*—Either Paper --.- $1»§0 6 Months—Both Papers -:_--, „ — „-:.„-,$JMH& Subscription* by the Month, 25c These Prices Are iw Effect Now! Benoittanees Beceiyed Which Po Not Conform will be Returned for Correction,; ,

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