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, **' •> ' * L !" <^.?' )'* 3 ?''**-> '-*' '" ''?'' %t/*t' i*<? •-l,"''' J i ' ' ," ' ' ' 's£i-T ' l '" ''-§.",,4 lMi^ M. E. BUR WASH TO HEAD TELEPHONE CROUP AT FENTON iFenton—The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Fenton Telephone Company was held Saturday afternoon, March 6, at the school gymnasium. Officers and directors for the coming year are: M. E. Burwash, president and director, rc-olected; Carl Kern, vice president and director, re-elected. Other directors are: Andrew Berkland, E. C. Weisbrod and Peter Hayenga. G. W. Newel was elected secretary and treasurer, FRET) BOYKENS OBSERVE THEIR 25TH ANNIVERSARY Mr. and TWrs. Fred Boyken observed their 25th wedding anniversary on Friday, March 5th. Open house was held from 1 to 5 p.m. at their house tenanted by M E. Wallaces. Rooms were decorated with blue and silver streamers. The wedding cake, baked by Irene Thilges and decorated by Mrs. Art Kraiise, was an angel food frosted with white, blue and silver. Out-of-town guests wore: Mr. and Mrs. Chris Brandt; Mrs. John H. Rode, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rode, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schmidt, Mrs. Nick Hclsch, Wm. and Leona Brandt, all of Titonka; John W Boyken, Mrs. Dick Boyken (mother of Fred Boyken) and a host of friends from town and the surrounding communities. A free dance was held at the gym following open house. Music was •furnished by the Fairmont Novelty Company. Mr. nnd Mrs. Boyken received many lovely gifts of silver, silverware and other useful gifts; also a silver and gold-lined sugar and creamer on a silver tray from Mr. Potter of the Fairmont Novelty Company. Mr. and Mrs. Boykon were married at the Wm. Brandt homo in Titonka. There are six children: Lois of Mason City; Mnr»- liee of Oakland, Calif.; nnd Donald, Merlin, Arthur and Russell at home. Carl Odin was operated on for appendicitis on Thursday morning at the Estherville hospital. •Frances Bailey, teacher at Britt, spent the.week-end at the parental Frank Bailey rome. Charles Newel submitted to an appendicitis operation on Saturday morning at the Kossuth hospital. Valerian Jentz, who is employed in DCS Molnes, spent the week-end at the parental T. W. Jentz home. Mrs. Andrew Olsen of near Haifa the Ole Berkland Mrs. Berkland's .is visiting at homo. She is ••mother. Earl Haase, who is stationed at Camp Robinson, near Little Rock, 'Ark. was recently promoted to the rank of Tech. Sergeant. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schickel- man are parents of a 7'/4 pound girl -born Monday morning, Mar. 8 They have one other child, a son Theodore Bleekwenn, who Is em* ployed by the Farm Bureau Gas Co. at Emmetsburg, visited Sunday at the parental Albert Bleckwenn home. Mrs. Lloyd Cornelius left Friday night from Algona for Richmond, Virginia, to join her husband, who is a 2nd class fireman and attending a Motor Machinist School. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Berkland nnd family, Donald Berkland and Tech. Sgt. and Mrs. Harvey Funge of Santa Ana, Calif., visited Sunday afternoon at the Lloyd Berkland home. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod and family of near Burt and Mr. nnd Mrs. Karl Kern were guests Sunday at the parental Philip Wcis- 51-od home in honor of the latter's 60th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. P. H Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Pfister and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. David T. Twill of St. Paul were enter- ained at dinner Sunday at the J. H. Jensen home, near Seneca. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hantelman ,'isited at the Ted Meier home near (Vhlltemore Sunday night and made he acquaintance of their niece, ?\co Ruth, born Monday, March 1, it the McCreery rospital in Whitemore. Mrs. Wm. Miller and Mrs. Claude Seeley went to Minneapolis on Fri- Inv to visit with the Harold Huffs. Mrs. Huff recently broke her leg in three places, near the ankle when" she fell on the ice. The ladles planned to return home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Thompson of Cylinder, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mansager and daughter, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ervin Berkland and two children, and Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Rerkland and two children were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Olo A. Berkland home. (Dr. and Mrs. A. Whitlow, Carol nnd Robert of Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Bailey and Lavonne of Seneca, Mr and Mrs. Harold Fude and Margaret Ann of Emmetsburg and Frances Bailey of Britt were dinner guests Sunday at the Frank Bailey home. PORTLAND FOLK AT MISSIONARY IN BURT SUNDAY (Portland— The Will and Donald Rlngsdorf and the Chas Scott fam Illes attended the 6 o'clock Presby terlan church supper Sunday a Burt. Later in the evening other, frpm hero attended the China screen pictures, shown by Denni! Pratt, Algona. Mr. Pratt -showed bhree reels which covered the cus toms and living conditions in China. When the missionaries first well there and on up to the present time one noticeable item was the short straight, Wack hair of the women mostly parted on the left side, and the similarity of their features. The ricksha is still the main means of travel. When the Presbyterian missionaries train some of the older cltl- :ens, they in turn assist with classes 'or the children. The people there are very indus- .rious and farm, work in hospitals machine shops and have colleges 'or other types of education. They love music and flowers. The cities are very crowded. Marjorie Baas spent last week at he Roscoe Maudsley home, while loscoe ar.cl I:h \vlfc were at Rochester, Minn. Mrs. Maudsley was a patient there some time P.JTO. The Fern Drone and Clifford Young families spent Sunday, Mar. 7th, at the Robert Kain The . occasion was to observe a birthday of Sharon Kain. The Portland PrnirreHS Club women are reminded that the woolen material to be donated for quilts is to be taken to the meeting on Thursday, March 18th. Week-end guests at the Albert Baas home were the Theodore Baas family of Storden, Minn., and the George Plaths of Fairmont, Minn. Two of the Baas sons, Melvin, in the navy, and Wilbert, cook in the army, are here on furlough. Ledyard Vicinity News Items Or You May Be Disappointed Take a tip from this early bird and buy your garden seeds NOW. l>on't lot sorm'one else buy the seeds you want, just because they KOt here first. We're poins to run short on some seeds. Forewarned is forearmed, so avoid disappointment by coming In TODAY and buying /our war uarden seeds. Don't say we didn't warn you. Henry Field Seeds SARGENT FEEDS Seal of Minnesota JFlour Onion Sets, 3 Ibs. $1.00 White's Market East State Phone 631 Word has been received that Raymond Worden is now stationed at Madison, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Christy Henricksca were business visitors in Elmore Friday afternoon. ' Mr. and Mrs. Albert Barnes were business visitors in Blue Earth, Minn., on Friday. Miss Alma Junkermeier, Algona, spent Sunday visiting at the parental Ed Junkermeier home. Mrs. Max Nitz goes to Lakota on Tuesday afternoon and Maxine, the daughter, takes piano lessons. Mrs. Josephine Wiese came Monday from St. Paul, Minn., for a weeks visit with her daughter, Mrs. Albert Brand. Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Wortman of Lakota, and sons Morris and Billy, wore Sunday visitors at the N. A. Pingel home. Mr. and Mrs. Christy Henricksen, Mrs. Josephine Wiese and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brand were transacting business in Algona Wednesday. 'Florence Klocke, who has been staying with her sister, Mrs. Frank Nitz, left Friday for Waterloo where she will work in the hospital. [Miss Jean Henricksen, who is employed in Blue Earth, spent the week-end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Christy Henricksen. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Green and Esther and Mrs. Wm. Lloyd and children spent Wednesday evening; visiting Mrs. Weise at the Albert Brand home. iD. A. Carpenter and Mr. and Mr, Elvin Carpenter were business cal crs in Algona Wednesday, wher D. A. Carpenter attended a bus: ness meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Warner Beenke attended a concert given in Dubu que by members of the Universit. choir. Their son, Gilbert, is a mem her of the choir. Mr- and Mrs. Lou Nitz wen transacting business in Algona las Tuesday. Mrs. Alfred Miller, Mrs Cecil Pingel and Mrs. Virgil Louck were also Algona shoppers that day Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klocke art the parents of a 7 Ib. son born on ATonday, March 1. This makes threi Coal Shipments ARE COMING IN REGULARLY Fill Your Bin & Keep it Filled — See Us — F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 sons for them. Mrs. Signe Nelson of Lakota is taking care of Mrs- Klocke and ibaby. Rev. O. P. Mueller, M. E. pastor, who underwent an operation «t Rochester, Minn-, is getting along nicely. His address for friends who wish to write him is: Rev. O. P. Mueller, 553 Colonial Hosp., Rochester, Minn. ' Mrs; Leroy Anderson and son, Fred, of Radcliffe visited from Friday till Monday at the Weimer homes. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Peterson of Fairmont, Minn., were also guests at the W. E. Weimer home. Kenneth Thompson, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. George Thompson, is now stationed at Camp Lee, Virginia, at an officer's training school. He arrived at Camp Lee on Feb. 27th from Camp Dix, N. J., where he has been stationed for several months doing clerical work. The Red Cross Home Nursing course has been started at Ledyard under the leadership of Mrs. Hamstreet, doctor's wife of Titonka. Mrs. H. M. Granner is local chairman and the meetings are held twice a week, on Tuesday and Friday from 2:00 till 4:00 in the afternoon at the school house. Twenty-five ladies are taking the course- Forty friends and relatives were entertained Thursday night, March 4th, at the Conrad Gabel home in honor of his birthday. The evening was spent playing cards at six tables. High prizes were won by Mrs. Burton Johnson and Jasper Schmidt. Mrs. Elfrieds Leland and Wm. E. Stubbe received low scores. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Edw- Christ, Forest City; Mrs. Phiffer, De s Moines, sister of Mrs. Gabel; Mrs. Elfrieda Leland and Joyce and Forrest Hanifan, Swca City; Mr. and Mrs. George Heetland and Faustine, Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Schmidt and family, Lakota; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gabel and sons, Swea City; Tel Gabel and son, Elmore, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Chester Johnson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Burton Johnson and family, Mrs- Virgil Loucks and twins, Mrs. Martha Gaibel and Jean and Mr. anei Mrs. Wm. E. Stubbe. Irvingtoti Warker* Out For Red Cro*a tfrvlftgton —volunteer have been campaigning in Irving ton townshln In behalf of the Red Cross. Hugh Raney is township chairman with Henry Scheppmann, Sr., assistant chairman. The volunteers were <3ilbert iHargrayea, Harold Hunt, Frank Asa, Matt Bormann, Mrs. Inez Roney, John Johnson and Mrs. Leota M. Geigel. In most Instances the responses were very gratifying. iA birthday dinner was given Sunday at the Deimer Anderson home for James Mayne. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mayne, Mr. and Mrs. Al Zeilske, James Mayne and Eleanor Poppe of near Lakota. Council 'Minutes February 25, 1943. The City Council met at the regular place. The members present were Hawcott, Harris, Hutchins, Bohannon, and Huen- lold. Fox was absent. The minutes were approved. Appropriating Ordinance No. 591 was passed. ELECTRIC FUND i. M. Bellock, salary $ 77.30 J 1 . C. Dailey, salary 82.05 Pom Halpin, salary 77.30 Walter Gorman, salary _ 77,30 C. C. Wright, salary .__ 63.05 5arl Bowman, salary __ 65,42 Wm. O. Ludwig, salary. 65.42 Alvis Hill, salary 55.92 I. S. Barton, salary 19.25 I. E. Stephenson, salary 74.92 Chester Webb, salary __ 60.67 "rank Ostrum, salary __ oe Dunn, salary H. S. Roth, salary ~2. U. Pollard, salary — ra Kohl, salary \.dah Carlson, salary Mesel Serv., oil WATfitl f UNO M Fr aftk l&ttiinV salaijf •tee Dunn, salafy **,..»R. S. Barton, Salary..*. C. U. Pollardf salary... 88.70 8.16 43.80 3160 I«i Kohl, salary .... ___ 22.50 Laura Mitchell, -salary.. 67.80 Buffalo Meter Co., mdse. ...j... ____.__. Neptune Meter Co., mdse. ------ ' ________ Culligan Zeolite Co,, mdse. ... ______ » ____ Wm. C. Dau Garage, mdse. ---- . ------ .._ Dutch's Super tierv. repairs ---- u.__ ...... _ Harms Oil Co., gas_— ._ Electric Dept, oil _.•_.„. R. S. Blossom Ins. Agcy., ins. ------ ..... _____ A. H. Borchardt, . mdse.. W. W. Sullivan, P. M., postage ---------- ._ Victory Tax Fund, V. tflX , GE"NE"RAL"FUND A. R.! Moulds, salary __ 2ecil McGinnis, salary. Tim O'Brien, salary .__ N. W. Bell Tel. Co., ser- 6.22 52.52 79.67 98.17 42.92 82.05 638.46 C. M. St. P. & P. R'y, freight __.. 511.38 'ulton Iron Wks. Co., mdse. Norton Mach. Works, repairs N. D. Allen Mfg. Co., mdse. Victory Tax Fund, V. tax 'erry Durin Co., mdse._ flail. Iron Range Co. mdse. 47.46 55.68 10.09 44.20 2.28 26.05 2.58 .41 1.57 20.00 1.25 78.08 3.11 4.22 20.66 24.83 3.62 28.36 82.00 Advance Pub. Co., mdse. 10.82 N.-W. Bell Tel. Co., service 14.80 H. W. Post, freight Ty Express" Agcy., express _. /lid-West Serv. Co., gas Igona Laundry, 1'ndry Dutch's Super Service, repairs _i General Fund, labor Cohlhaas Hdw., mdse._. 'unk & Deim, mdse. Frank Kohlhaas, expense 'C. U. Pollard, expense. _ Matt Parrott & Sons Co., mdse. Foster's Furniture, mdse. R. S. Blossom Ins.. Ag'cy, ms. 101.62 .57 18.47 8.57 .1.25 .90 18,00 25.00 1.21 20.90 4.90 72.55 65.42 65.42 3.32 2.62 2.58 10.54 11.46 44.75 8.87 79.67 39 92 Charles Harvey, salary. 24.92 Herman Lyons, salary.. 24.92 Oliver Bakken, salary.. 24.92 important tfia! it MtfHtt fdr ftppWt „_ Celved itoV later than ,.Thursday For Kent vice Wm. C. Dau Garage, repairs i&rma Oil Co., gas 1 A. Venteicher, gas ._ Cen Frankl, gas Cossuth Oil Co., gas ... Cohlhaas Hdw., mdse... fesse Lashbrook, salary. Elliott Skilling, salary.. -Thfe O. W, Sirehett place is tot rent In east Algona, Six ,rdom house, electricity, small cornerib, tern, chtokfen house and scratch sheds. 2 blocks land. Call on Mrs. Mary Metcalf, 822 W, Col* lege St., Algona. 40* Miscellaneous , t All ttpltefMd i«,cdfifldWc's. .fjrtfl be « m Aljfbna H6telift Algotfd os Thursday, March lltfi t8 meet With Eligible applicants. 66 It Is' most mipottant that all letters 6r phone requests for appoint*- ments be shade at 6nce. 10 Stop Loaii Renewal Caste and High "Interest Kates, Buy Your Home or Refinance Yotlr Present Loan the Low Cost Way. See Algona Federal Savings and Loan ' Disc Grinding—Get lined up With your nelghbo* and ,let me do the disc grinding. In your community this year, Co-operate and save tires, E. Ray James, 322 West CoU lege street, Algona. ' 10-11* SHE US for Honeymead Feeds for Hogs, Cattle, Poultry and Sheep. —Bradley Bros. l-u ORDER YOUR CHICKS now by mail. Or telephone collect on 300 or more. Started chicks on hand. It will pay you to see them. Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft, Iowa. 9-tf WE BUY all kinds of used brooders, oil or electric. Gamble Store. 10 Just received shipment 18 MOOftJU dt&W COAL HEATERS with beautiful porcelain finish. SJUQTROM FURMTURB GO. B NOTICE -OFFICIAL •fitly Your War Bonds and Stamps at Algona Federal Savings & loan Assn. Courteous and Confidential Service. - ' 7-tf BURN BERWlNt) BRIQUETS 01 Warm Morning Coal. Know Cue) satlsfactlon.-'-Raesly Lumber Ca K3ET YOUR typewriter and adding machine ribbons at the Algona Upper Des Moihes. 4-tf IF YOU NHESD a rubber stamt for any purpose, you can order-their at The Algona Upper Des Mo)n<* 50o and up. l3*-t» J. I. Holcomb Mfg. Co., mdse. 24.23 J. L. Richardson, mdse._ 1,43 Kent Motor Co., mdse._ 14.19 Percival Motor Co., mdse. _ 9:11 Dutch's Super Service, repairs 25.32 V. V. Naudain, ftidse... 33.34 Continental Oil Co., gas 27.72 Bradley Bros., repairs.. 2.24 Geo. Dettman, salary 40.00 Mrs. A. M. Collinson, salary 20.00 Matt Parrott & Sons Co., mdse. 32.73 Dr. F. E. Sawyer 25.00 V. Tax Fund, V. tax 14.86 SNOW REMOVAL FUND Elliott Skilling, salary.. 41.25 Oliver Bakken, salary.. 26.25 Herman Lyons, salary _ 26.25 Charles Harvey, salary. 26.25 SEWER FUND C. U. Pollard, salary... 20.00 FIRE MAINTENANCE Algona Fire C.o, fires.. 96.00 N. W. Bell Tel., service 4.34 Algona Ins. Agcy., fire truck 11.25 Hooker Supply Co., mdse. 41.46 Kossuth Oil Co., repair 2.00 Algona Ins. Agcy., prem. 1.75 Dutch's Super Serv., repairs • 2.70 DEPOSIT FUND Howard Strayer et al, refund 40.00 Passed and approved this 25th day of February, 1943. FRANK KOHLHAAS, Mayor. ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk. (WE BUY play pens, baby 'buggies, strollers, baby beds, walkers, high chairs and what have you. Gamble Store, 10 CUBAN" OUT your attic and basement. We buy all kinds of used merchandise. Gamble Store. 10 SEE ME FOR 'Real Bargains I; farms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile.—Phil J. Kohl haas, phone 22, Algona. 1-ft PHONOGRAPH RECORDS—all the new releases. Needles—albums —Kossuth Radio & Electric, A'lgona Iowa. 1-tf ADDING; MACHINE Roils for sale at £he Algona Upper DC* Moines. Regular size. 16c each, 5 for 25c. Large size 20o each, 2 for 35c., 34-tf , . efctfreirt 61lf Ofanlk* and :af$re6fftHon td our and f&ighfcdr& to* the floral tributes, .the spiritual gusts and Many deeds of kUi. shown tis at the time of 6ur recent! bereavement. ^ _ Mr. aftd Mra. Fred Flal* . . and BROODER HOUSES Brooder Stoves and Chicks INSURED FOfl FIRE, LIGHT- -LOW RATES- SEND YOUR BOY in service a box of Stationery With the crest L S. Bohannoit Over S. fc L. Dep't Store. IFOR DURABILITY — For'tn- pressiveness — Use Better Papers. The 'best papers are made from rags. Try new Era Bond, 20 Ib. sub- stan-ce, for a really fine paper. $2.70 for 500 sheets. The Algona Upper Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 25c for 13 words or less. When paid with order, 2o per word; when charged, So per word. Np ag- ents' commission allowed. If advertising agents charge their clients 3c and send cash with order they receive Ic per word commission. Des Moines. 9-tf JUST RECEIVED a new shj.p- ment of Warm Morning coal heaters. $49.95 each. You likely are eligible to buy one.—Raesly Lumber Oo. Phone 234. 3-tf Exchange Dept. Basement Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suite? Breakfast sets, Buffets, Radios and Washers Bjustrom's Furniture 1-tf •DESK BLOTTERS, assorted colors—dark green, pink, peach and red for sale at the Upper Des Moines office. 15c each, 2 for 25c 3-tf DBUY YOUR pencil and typewriter carbon at the Algona Upper Des Moines. 9-tf RETAIL PEOPLE Montgomery Ward & Company needs men and women with experience 'in retail selling, who can qualify to manage one or more departments after a short period of training. Rubber Boots You'll Need Them! We've Got Them! i Just Received a Large Shipment All Sizes \' i . ,' ,{-?/> V V --. *fr*i Clothiers For Sale •FOR SALE—Manchu Soybeans $2.50. Germjination 85%. Goetz, Wesley. Phone 3291. 8-9-10 FOR SALE—30 cases 16 gauge shot gun shells. Write, phone, or wire for prices. Express office DeSmet, S. D. - 10 Grant News (Harvey Graham is employed nt the Wallace Reynolds farm. Corporal John Steenhardt has been transferred from Kentucky to Georgia. Mr. and Mrs. David Farrow and family visited at the Edward Gret- llat home near Elmore Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Farrow and Louise visited Sunday nt the Mrs. Vtary Govern home near Titonka. 'Mr. and Mrs. Lars Skaar and 'amily of Ledynrd will move onto :he farm the Krasch's now occupy. Sunday dinner guests at the S. f. Holm home were Mr. and Mrs. John Krebsback and sons and Elizabeth Krebsback of Swea City. Maynard Krasch recently pur- ihased the Henry Kelling farm and will move there after Mr. Kelling's sale on March 10. Mr. Kelling and lis sister will go to Goldfield to ive. ST. JOE NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hogan of Minnesota visited with relatives and riends here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fuhrmann if near Algona were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Adolph Fuhrmann home. Mrs. R A. Hogan and baby daughter came home last Tuesday rom St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital t Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding of kVhittemore were Sunday visitors at the Nickolas Wagner and John B. Reding homes. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Henley and on of near Rodman and Mr. and itrs. Francis Collins and family of Uvermore spent Sunday at the Mrs. da Becker home. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hogan was 'baptized unday by Father George Theo- ald. Sponsors were'Mrs. Joseph Becker, Jr. and Ray Hogan. j FOR SALE — Hereford bulls Joseph Skow, Wesley. 8-9-10* •FOR SALE—65 foot Windmill, all in first class shape. H. J. Rice, Lone Rock. ' 10* ,FOR SALE—fUsed Vega cream separator. Completely overhauled and reconditioned. J. L. Richardson Hardware. 'FOR SALE — Good used 3tove. Gamble Store. 10 cook 10 iFOR SALE—1940-41 Wallpaper closeouts. Over 50% off- B9c for three double rolls and 16 yards of border. Gamble Store.- 10 IFOR SALE — McCormick-Deering gas engine, l'X^-2% H P. Good condition. $25. Reuben Lutter, Ledyard, Iowa, 10* IFOR SALE — F12 McCormick- Deering tractor and cultivator; two 12-inch plows; 10-ft disk; three head horses, two 3-year-olds and one smooth mouthed. Mrs. Theresa Fuerstenau, % mile south of Lotts Creek. 10* 'FOR SALE—Underwood Standard typewriter. Walter Will, -436 North Minnesota, Algona. 10* IFOR SALE—Alfalfa hay. MoWhorter, Burt. Ray 10* 'FOR SALE — Salesbooks, original and duplicate. A sales slip; with every purchase, lOc each or 2 for 25c. The Algona Upper Des Moine.«i. IFOR SALE—One more stack of oats straw. Alfred Jergenson, Algona. 10* iFOR SALE—One sorrel gelding. One bay gelding 4-year-old. Harry Thilges, Luverne. 10* FOR SALE—'Alfalfa hay, alfalfa and timothy hay. Hugh Black. 10* FOR SALE—White faced bull. Weight 800 pounds. A. L. Baker, Lone Rock. 10* FOR SALE—ISpinet desk. Living room table, dresser, 'breakfast set, utility cabinet, metal bedstead, hall tree, fireplace fittings. Mrs. H. A. Rice Lone Rock. 10* HYBRID SEED CORN lows 939 and 303- State certified. Prices $3.50 to $5.50 per busbcl. More 939 is grown than any other the 1941-1942 Iowa yield test. M. A. Sorlien, Bode, Iowa 10-11* Oil and electric 'brooder stoves for chick customers on hand now. Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft. 10 'IFOR SALE—35 bushel steel~hog feeder. First place west of Sexton. S. Diedriksen. 10* FOR SALE—Book of 500 receipts and duplicates, 4 to a page, $2.50 Also a small ideal Junior stamp and envelope moistener, 80c. The Algona Upper Des Moines. 9tf Lost-Found LOST—Two ladies' purses. Put in wrong car at Tuesday Bancroft dance. Reward. Inquire Algona Upper Des Moines. 10* Wanted WANTED — Experienced woman or girl grocery clerk. Part or full time. Apply National Tea Co. 10* (WANTED Girl for housework. Mrs. Peter Bode, Iowa. general Schmlt, 10-11* Wanted to Buy—Jig saw with at least 18-inch throat, per Des Moines. Algona Up- 10 HOUSEKEEPER on farm wanted. C. H. Bunting, RFD 1, Wesley. 10-11* WANTED — Married man to work on farm. Experienced. Ray MoWhorter, Burt. 10* WANTED—JLady help. Part time or steady work. Algona Laundry and Dry Cleaners. • 10 WANTED-200 .tons baled alfalfa and clover hay. Write, stating condition and lowest price. Box 285, Mound, Minn. 9-11* MEN OF ALGONA Montgomery Ward & Company offers unusual opportunity to topnotch men In the retail sales field who are earning, in excess of $2500 annually in either their own or someone else's employ. Equivalent of present earnings will be paid during training period, after which trainee will be appointed manager of one of our retail department stores whlich w,iU pay him in excess of $5000 annually. We shall consider any live wire men who have a well-defined aptitude 'for merchandising and who can intelligently handle 'personnel. If you qualify, phone or write sue- lal delivery. , Frank Williams, Manager Montgomery Ward & Company Mason City, Iowa - Telepone 880 lor an appointment. J. will be ftt :be Algona Hotel in Algona on Thursday, March U, to meet with Hybrid. 303 wag near the top in (eligible applicants, so it i« most YOUR NEW SPRING DRESS We Have It! CHRISCHILIES STORE These tempting new dresses will make you want a new frock for Spring right NOW. Smart, sleek, two-piece models in prints, plain crepes (navy, black and pastels) as well as a large variety of novelty suit- effects. These are delightfully distinctive and priced at S12.85 S17.95 S19.95 Other classic dresses (MARTHA MANNING) in all NEW STY1LES at only $6.50, $8.95 and $12.85. ALL SIZES are represented—misses from 12 to 20; ladies from 88 to 44 and half-sizes from 18 Ms to 28%. NEW Doris Dodsons We have just received new* and large shipments of the famous Doris Dodson JUNIOR dresses, shown in some very novel effects stressing the models and dirndl skjrt styles. You'll like these new Doris Dodsons because they are so different, so utterly different, yet cost no more, S6.50 S8.00S12.95 KAVE YOU SKIN THE LENE JUNIOH&—smart cqttons Smart New Wa§liable Printed Ray- ^ffww wM^~^lf ^F^HK^HP

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