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'?•<• TWO PAIRS ALGONA TWINS MAKE DAILY COLUMN IN PAPER Algonans who follow^ EJllzabeth Clarksons Zwart's column, "The Front Row" in the Dea Moinea Tribune were pleased to find the following item last week: "When Mrs. R. J". Laird, now of Des Moincs, was teaching a sub-pr'mary school class up in Algona almost 20 years ago, one of her pupils was Jimmy Spencer. The fact that Jimmy hits iiever forgotten "Teacher" has been proved at Christmas time for several years, when Mrs. Laird would receive a dozen red roses from her former pup.M. Now Jimmy is Sergeant Jimmy Spencer, on duty in the Solomon Islands. So the Laird family hurst into tears this Christmas morning when Mrs. Laird's dozen red Christmas roses arrived from Jimmy, just the same. Jimmy, by the way, must share wtth his twin brother, Lieutenant John Spencer, now in Australia a unique army record: The boys (they are in their early 20's) are the sons of a Civil War Colonel. Their father was the late Colonel Robert H. Spencer of Algona. He died, at the age of 89, in 1930. Colonel Spencer became the father of; two sets of twin sons (Jimmy and John have older '.twin brothers) after he was 75 years of age. I can't -'magine that we have many soldiers or sailors in this war whose fathers fought in ithe (Civil War 80 years ago.,—t)o you know of any others? Mrs. Laird is remembered here as Dorothy Taylor. She Is married to R. J. (Skin) Ladrd, son of Mrs. Ella La'.rd. He is State Adjutant of the American Legion. The twins' mother, Mrs. Emily Spencer, lives on McGregor street in the Spencer home. The older twins mentioned in the column are Bill and Bob, both of whom are married and living on the west coast. They are engaged '.IT defense work. Knights of Columbus Plan Joint Meeting A special guest at the regular meeting of the local council of Knights of Columbus Tuesday night was Ray P. Conley, Des Moines, secretary of the state group. Also v:«itoT» from Emmetfcburg were District Deputy J. B. McEvoy, Bernard Elbert and T. J. Cullen. The council was addressed by Mr. Conley and Mr. McEvoy. Grand Knight Bud Zender appointed a committee to nominate a secretary to replace Jess Reynolds, who recently joined the armed forces. It was arranged to send to members of the order serving overseas two cartons of cigarettes. Twenty-three of the council's younger members are serving with' Uncle Sam. The next meetrng, Tuesday, January 26, will be held at Academy hall at which time following the business session the wives, mothers and sweethearts of the council members will be guests at bridge, dancing and lunch. The committee in charge is Gene Hood, Joe Lynch, Dr. WMikel and Chris Reese. SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY and SATURDAY JANUARY 22-23 BERBER'S Baby Food I STRAINED or j CHOPPED THE BEST BY TEST CLOROX.. 18c QUART BOTTLE MOORE'S PURE FRUIT Grapefruit Juice I JUMBO I)C _ 1 46 oz. Can /OC BENGAL IMITATION VANILLA. 8 oz. BOTTLE iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiinni 1 U. S. NO. 1 IDAHO 1 l RUSSET I POTATOES Tender Crisp Pascal JUMBO BUNCH CELERY19c California Green Top Fresh Bunch Carrots . 5c Porto Rican "Yams" Swf. Potatoes 3 Lbs. 25c For those Winter Colds LEMONS 4 LARGE +r SIZE 15C 3 JUMBO SIZE 14c Texas Juicy Seedless GRAPEFRUIT Commercial Grade i I 100 Lb. 1 BAG i $2.79 Sweet Juicy CALIFORNIA GRAPE- NUTS 12 oz. Pkg. 2 FOR 29c —NAVEL— ORANGES 29c LARGE SIZE Doz. THE FAVORITE CLEANSER OLD DUTCH Cleanser^ 15c AMAIZO GOLDEN !SYRUP .. .29c 5 POUND PAIL BULK FINE WOODEN CLOTHES I PINS MEDIUM SIZE — TWO SIZES'— 2 DOZEN 45C Z DOZEN 19C 3 Doz.10C BULK FINE GRADE ELBO MACARONI or CUT SPAGHETTI 13 Ibs.. . . 20c U. S. NO. 1 GRADE STAYMAN Du. Basket APPLES Winesap 3.19 GANGS or Bu. Bikt. Bl'ktwig 2.95 Choice Quality liOMIi Box Beauty 2.19 Extra Fancy Combination ROME Box Beauty 2.49 EXTRA FANCY & FANCY NECK BONES LB.Sc BACON SQUARES PERLB.22c BEEF SHOULDER STEAK LB.28c PORKLOINROAST^ PERLB.33c CONSUMERS FO_OD WHOLESALE "ORES Shop and Save The Wholesale Way CORPORAL FABER FASTEST CHECKER INARMYSERVICE .An article In a Des Moines Tribune of last week sets Up the claim that Corporal Leslie Faber is the world champion equipment checker. Corporal Faber hails from Kanawha, Iowa, and very recently married Adra Yeoman of Algona. The article In the Tribune went on to say that Corp. Faber checks the personal equipment of new soldiers inducted at Camp Dodge and each outlay includes 56 individual articles ranging from tooth brushes to overcoats. Another checker, Corp. M. J. Kenneally of Dubuque had previously made quite a showing until Faber came along. Kenneally had run 87 men through the line in one hour checking 56 articles for each man. iFaber, once into the swing of it, made 'em forget Kenneally's record. He checked the equipment of one man in 12 seconds, first making certain that each of the 56 articles was in the pack, then calling off each article ( to the officer in charge. Then, the Tribune states, Faber went into action on a big scale. He checked the equipment of 120 men in one hour and that involves the counting of 6,720 pieces of equipment. Hemp.... (Continued from Page One) Herman Illg 10, Douglas S. Wildin 25, Henry Thilges 10. Total acres, 263. Sherman Township Raymond Kramer 10, Joseph J. Wadleigh 12. Total acres 22. Union Township Glen M. Teeter 10, N. A. and Earl Tripp 10, Raymond and Nick Mertz 10. Total acres, 30. Wesley Township Theron C. Hansen 10, Frank Johnson 10, Hans Beenken 10, Olaf Funnemark 10, Jerome Hawkins 10, Wm. J. Martinek 10, Leander J. Seefeld 10, John Laubenthal 10, W. A. Hammond 10, George W. Hild.man 10, John Ruger, Jr., 14, H. J. Sherman 1 10, John Youngwirth 10, N. P. We>er 10, Carl Star- quist, John and Ida C. Pearson 10 Andrew Gollner 25, J. C. Skow 17, R. C. Bauer 5, Wm. J. Frimml 10. Total acres, 211. Whittemore Township Jim Besch 8, Mike Besch 8, Geo. F. Besch 8, Edward J. Besch 10, Mike Mergen 8, Wm. J. Besch 10, Everett C. Witham 10. Total acres, 62. Roy McMahon Returns To Camp in Kansas Following a ten- day furlough Roy McMahon left Algona for Camp Phillips, Salena, Kansas, Tuesday evening. He had been visiting here with his mother, Mrs Ellen McMahon, and other relatives. Roy is serving in the finance department, holding the equivalent of a cashier's position. Camp Salena is one of the larger southern training centers and can accommodate about 40,000 soldiers. Vitieeftt Kar*ten of St. John'* Parish, Bancroft, Casualty Bancroft: Vincent, son of Mr. and* Mrs. Kafsten of near Swea City, Is the first member of st John's parish to sacrifice his life for his country. He was killed Dec. 1 and word was received by his parents Jan. 7. Funeral services were held in S^. John's Catholic church on Monday, Jam 11. Rev. J. H. Scholtes was the celebrant of the solemn High Mass. The Legionaires of Bancroft and Swea City attended the Mass !n a body. After Mass a sermon was given by the Rev. J. H. Schultes which was followed by taps. Vincent lived on a farm near Swea City with his parents before entering the armed services. He is survived by his parents and two brothers at home in- Swea City and one in California. C(WXXBS0S&^^ I Swea-Eagle News § Henry Larsen reports that dogs killed one of his sheep and crippled ed several others at his farm recently, Petit jurors from here drawn for the February term of court at Algona are Carl I. Anderson, Joe Kennedy, P jD. Cochrane arrd Virgil Jensen. Friends here received word that a daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. (Milford Hagen of St. Paul on Jan. 5. They have another girl. The Hagens before moving to Minnesota farmed here. Albert Anderson, son of the Art E. Andersons, returned home last week having completed his first semester of his freshman year at Western Un.'on college, LeMars. He will remain at home as he expects to be called to army service at an early date. Mr. and (Mrs. Forrest Erickson received a telephone call Thursday afternoon, Jan. 14, informing them they were now grandparents. A son (was born that day to Mr. and Mrs. John Meyer of St. Paul. Mrs. Meyer is the former Maxirre Erickson, R. N. The northwest Kossuth boys' 4-H club met at the home of John Drew Saturday afternoon, 12 members being present. William H. St. Glair, county agent, was presented and talked on the year's work. The new officers are: Floyd Gable, president; Russell G ; -bson, vice president; Lowell Larson, secretary; Roy Pehrson, local leader, and trwin Link, assistant leader. The Fortnightly club met Friday afternoon with Mrs. R. S. John. Mrs. Jess Dugan and her daughter, Mrs. Jim Kelly were guests of the club. Week's Tempetahmi Hovers Below Zero iWlnteif really set In (Saturday when the thermometer slatted a downward trend attd we have toad below iero-weather every day sihde that time. Last Thursday high was 39, but aimie Sunday high has! beett zero, a*cordlnfr to Weatherman Harry Nolle. The record: High Low January 14 39 18 January 16 1» » January 16 IB 0 January 17 0 -18 January 18 -H /" January 19 - 2 -22 January 20 , - 2 "10 High winds were the usual tlitn-g during the cold spell and on Sunday 1.8 Inches of snow fell and again on Monday .9 of an inch, which provided snow drifts, blocking all side roads to many feat depth and the main highways were only kept .partially open by way -of snow plows. The first time since Sunday the thermometer registered above zero this morning with five above. The forecast for last night was 30 below. Evidently some weatherman had Ws wires crossed. Harry Nolt.e says four below was the register here. Emory Smith, Sailor, Snowbound at Lakota Lakota: Emory Smith, Great Lakes Training Center, came to Algona Saturday morning on a few hours furlough and Henry Mitchell drove down to bring him home for the day with his family. He.ex- pected to return Saturday evening but on account of the blocked roads could not get to Mason CHy. His brother-in-law, Roy Farrington of Forest City, came over in the evening and took him to Forest City, hoping to get him to Mason City Sunday. Mrs. Smith and the two sons, Ddck and Allen, acompan'cd them to Forest City and visited with the Farringtons until the first of the week. Mrs. Edna Paulson subsituted in the post office during her absence and Clyde Sanders "kept the home fires burning." E. Ennen, 82, Lakota, Died Friday Afternoon ILakota: E. Ennen, 82 years old. who has been confined to his bed since he fell and broke his hip Christmas morning, passed away '.n his sleep Friday afternooir at one o'clock, having been asleep since ten o'clock the preceding night. Mr. Ennen made his home with the Henry Klines for several years, his w'.fe having passed away 11 year ago. He leaves one daughter. Funeral services were held Tuesday at the Lutheran church. A Smart New Seersucker Dress $<>oo 481 A WAYNE MAID dress keyed to these times with its sturdy quality COTTON SEERSUCKER styled in the top ranking manner. A coat dress that buttons all the way down. Bias breast pockets. Window pane check in red, navy or brown. Sizes 12 to 20 CHRISCHILLES Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 25c for 13 words or less. When paid with order, 2c per word; when charged, 3c per word. Nfl ag- ents' commission allowed. If advertising agents charge their clients Sc and send cash with order they receive Ic per word commission. For Sale FOR SALE—1942 girl's bicycle, $32. See Mrs. H. M. Vinson at Pratt Electric, Algona. 3 FOR SALE—New wooden chicken feeders.—Tony Sorensen, 7F13. 3 FOR SALE—Boone oats.— F. H. Froelich, 2 miles south, 1 mile west Sexton. 3-4* FOR SALE—International trucU, 1937 model. Inquire Upper Des Moines. 3* LOST—Man's Elgin deluxe wrist wutch. Call 540. 3* FOR SALE—Red Jacket force pump and Myers pump jack, A-l condition.—Agnes Miller, Algona, East McGregor, phone 581-W. 3* FOR SALE—Marion and Control seed oats. Limited amount. —Henry Kubly, LuVerne. 2-3-4* FOR SALE—Black faced ewes, all two and three year olds.—S. A. Gardner, Algona, phone 13F31, 1-2-3-4'" FOR SALE—Shorthorn bulls.— Herman J. Studer, Corwtth, phone 3156, Wesley. 1-2* GET YOUR typewriter ribbons nt the Algona Upper Des Moines. 40-tf DESK BLOTTERS, assorted colors—dark green, pink, peach and red, or sale at the Upper Des Moines office. 15c each, 2 for 25c. 3-tf ADDING MACHINE Rolls for sale at the Algona Upper Des Moines. Regular size, 15c each, 2 for 25c. Large size 20c each, 2 for 35c. 34-tf IF YOU NEED a rubber stamp for any purpose, you can order them at The Algona Upper Des Moines, 50c and up. W*-tf OWNER GOING on farm, offers to sell one of the best basement barber shops in Algona, excellent fixtures—automatic control electric water heater, always hot water, low shop upkeep and best of patronage. A real worthy buy In one of the largest trade drawing county seat centers in Iowa. Come In and see It at Bill's Barber Shop. 3* FOR SALE—Several good horses. Pr'ced right.—John Gisch, Algona, phone 2F11. 3-** FOR SALE-—New Frlgidaire frozen food cabinets.—Algona Maytag Store. 3 BURN BERWIND BRIQUETS or Warm Morning Coal. Know fuel satisfaction.—^Raesly Lumber - Co. Phone 234. 38-tf Wanted . Man or woman. Write Box 169 or inquire at Upper Des Moines. 3 WANTED —Girl for general house work in modern home. Stay nights.—Mrs. R. B. Waller, phone 626-W. 3-tf WANTED—Hired man, single, to work by year or month. Start at once.—Chas. Potter. Phone 2522. 2 WANTED—Lady help at the Algona Laundry and Dry Cleaners. 3 Lost-Found LOST—Six keys on a chain. Reward. Leave at Upper Des Moines office. 3 Miscellaneous SEE US for Honeymead Feeds for Hogs, Cattle, Poultry and Sheep. —Bradley Bros. 1-tf IMMEDIATE OPENING. Good Watkins route in Algona. Car, experience unnecessary. Average earntags $35 weekly. Pay starts immediately. [Largest company, best known products, biggest demand.—Watkins Co., D-62, Winonn, Minn. 3-4* JUST RECEIVED a new shf.p- ment of Warm Morning coal heaters. $49.95 each. You likely are eligible to buy one.—Raesly Lumber Co. Phone 234. 3-tf FOR SALE—Used washing machines, cream separators, Ice box, good milking machine. Wringer rolls for all makes of washers. We repair all makes of washers. Used gas engines, Maytag and Briggs & Stratton.—Algona Maytag Store. 3 SEE ME FOR Real Bargains In farms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile.—Phil J. Kohlhaas, phone 22, Algona. 1-ft WITH THE KfyK IN THE SERVICE OF UNCLE SAM Exchange Dept. Basement Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suites Breakfast seta, Buffets, Radios and Washers Bjustrom's Furniture PHONOGRAPH RECORDS--*!! the new releases. Needles—albums. —KoMutb Radio & Electric, Algona Iowa. *•" ~" CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank the many friends who gave assistance and messages during my recent »!n«ss. John T. LaUler. 3* "" CARD OF THANHS We desire to express to our Wna and thoughtful friends our heartfelt thanks for their many expressions of sympathy. The beautifu} floral offerings were especially appreciated. Cliff Richardson. Jerome Brdman. " Roland tfollasch, electrician's mate third class, arrived Thursday f«f a two weeks' visit at the home, of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M, Kbllasch. BANGRdFT: Technical Sergeant Richard Schlltz left Tuesday morn- Ing for Seattle, Washington, after a week's visit,at the home,of his father, Peter Schlltz, BANCROFT—Private John Menke left Saturday for San Diego, California, after spending a fifteen day furlough at the parental John C. Merike home. iBANGROFT: 1 John Schemmel and Outdo Sdhlltz returned to the Great Lakes Station Tuesday after visiting at the parental homes. BANCROFT: Lieut. J. E. Devlne, son of Mrs. Lillian Devlne Is a patient In a hospital In North Africa, according to .word received here. He Is a first lieutenant in the air corps and recently submitted to an appendectomy. (LUVERNB:, r>r.'.vate and Mrs. W. Sanford left the first of the week for Lincoln, Nebraska, where Wayne will be stationed as an airplane mechanic .'.nstructor, following a week's furlough at home. Mrs. Sanford, the former Georglanne Baumgaftner, has resigned her position as clerk In the Heftl market and will live in Lincoln with her husband. LUVERNE: Herbert H'.nz, who has been stationed In the army In WANT TO BUS" a Spotted Poland boar.—fD. C. Gardner, pjwn* 11F13J. ? Card of Thanks WE WISH to thank our and neighbors for toe beautiful flowers and the many Wndneases extended to IW at the tinM of the death of oui-^Joved wife and wets- aa* LUVERNE NEWS Mrs. Anna Knary suffered a slight stroke Sunday evening at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ramus, of Esthervllle were at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ramus over the week end. The Presbyterian Ladies Association met last week Wednesday with Mrs. Henry Kubly and Mrs. Albert Schipull at the home of the former. At this meeting a lesson on Presbyterian missions In China was presented by Mrs. Irvin Chapman following a devotional service led by Mrs. Helene Trauger. Plans were made for serving the Commercial club dinner Monday evening, January 25. Jennie Mason will be hostess at the next meeting, Jan. 27. Mr. and Mrs. F. I, Chapman ami Mr. and Mrs.' I. H. Benedict were guests of honor Sunday at a dinner at the F. G. Hagist home in honor of their 49th wedding anniversary. The fourteen guests were seated at a table with a centerpiece of miniature bride and groom under an arch of lilies of the valley and wedding bells. Besides the honored guests those attending were Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lichty, Chas. Patterson, M]r. and Mrs. Milo Patterson, Mrs. 'Irvin Chapman, Lottie and Jennie Mason and the host and hostess. ; The afternoon was spent 'socially, / : California the past year, Is home on furlough. Norman Hesse, of the navy, also spent the week end at home Mere. BUKT: Lester SchWletert, who Is stationed at Fort Standing, Florida, came h6me the first of the week to spend a few days with relatives. Willard Schwletert, who left a few Weeks ago to enter an air cadet school, Is now at San Antonio, Texas. Word was received Wednesday by Mr. and' Mrs Max Nltz that their son, Howard, Is now In Camp McCain, Mississippi where he Is taking the signal radio intelligence course. Dr. J. C. Buthman, district superintendent, is to preach at the Burt Methodist church Sunday morning, Jan 24. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore have a new grandchild, a daughter, born oh •!&$ wTraicXlra » ttftp. j Ma«aret MAoPh^on's Jl «"' the Anzacs McMulIen. • Bridge Club-" nago t/iu»— - ji Mrs. Dorrence Ofeer will enter^, • tain the eight members of her- br^ge club thla evfthlhg (Thursday)' at the home of her parents, SMr,. and Mrs. C, W. Hospital News , Kossuth Hospital ' •January 14— August SchJlp«llA v Burt, surgical. ; N January IS — Evelyn Krammef; < Irvlngton, surgical ' ' , , January le-rArthur Zelmet, of Swea. City, surgieal. . January 18— Mrs. Gebkln, Wesley, boy. General HbspHal ' January 15— 'Dorothy Nichols, Algona, medical. January 16— -Ines Gordon, Brltt; surgical. January 18— Alice Davenport, Algona, surgical. > THE WHOLE TOWN'S TALKING about tho wonderful fit and service they get on foundation garments at THE OHRISCHILLES STORE. Miss Rose Lampe will, give you a personal fitting and adv.lse you as to what kind of girdle you need. Our stock of Gos- sards is the largest in our history, we ordered heavy last Fall so we could have them here. There will be no new orders until after March 1st so get your's today. CHRISCHILLES You Can Find Here at The Hub Clothiers . ^•••The sariie High Quality Clotihing and Furnishings you have always been accustomed to buy. You'll find also, large stocks from which to make your .selections, and you'll find sizes to fit you. You can get all wool II ITS from £3UP You can get all wool O'coatsl You can get Mackinaws, Leather Garments, Wool Zipper Jackets, Warm Underwear, Woolen Sox, Mittens, Gloves—-many other items you 3 do not find elsewhere, all reasonably priced for volume selling. and Leu Glair Hats Freeman Shoes Florsheim Shoes Ball Bond Footwear M Jockey" Underwear Just Received- Sheepskin Lined Ulsters Lee and Big 30 Overalls Official Boy Scout Distributors Hart Shaffner & Marx Clipper Craft AlpaGoraO'Coats Shirtcraft and Manhattan v Shirts Nor,East Neckwear ;.'»*», dr-££.^,.i.i

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