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MRS. MULL1CA, DMNGTON, TO DE1WHTHOME Mrs. Fronla Mullica will leav Friday for .Detroit, Mich., wher she will spend some time with he: son, John M. Mulllca, a teacher In one of Detroit's larger high schools Mrs. Mullica, only sister of George Haekman, Sr., now deceased, came last July to reside with her brother Since his death she has been s guest In the home of her niece Mrs. Fred Geigel. Mrs. Mullica is the only remaining,member of the Christian Haekman family, who were, pioneers of this community She Is also a granddaughter of the Malachi Clarks, first settlers in the Irvlrigton vicinity. George Schumaker spent tne week-end visiting with relatives Jn I>es Moines. Mrs. Krause, mother of Mrs. Athur Maasdam, has returned to her home at Renwick. Mrs. Julius Capesius was hostess to the Rlverdale Friendly Hour club last Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Phillips of Ueadwood, S. D., visited last Thursday at the parental Perry Phillips home. Mrs. W. F. Mullica entertained Mrs. Mary Laing, Mrs. Anna Skin ner and Mr. and Mrs. Anton An derson last Monday at the Fro Geigel home. Mrs. George Sharp and daughte have arrived from Hawarden. Th latter will enter the Irvington school, where she will complete he .eighth grade work. Mrs. Roy Fitch and her daugh ter, Mrs. Robert Skilling were las Thursday visitors at the home o Mrs. Fitch's parents, Mr. and Mr Chas. Clark at Britt. Robert Lee Is the name chose for the new son born to Mr. an Mrs. Alton Hurlbert on March 26 This now makes the Hurlberts family of three boys and thre girls. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. an Mrs. Rome Robison were Mr. an Mrs. Harry Sabtn and family, Mr and Mrs. August Roblsoh and fam ily of Swea City and Junior and Deldres Mawdsley. Paul Watson arrived home las week to spend a fifteen day fur lough with his mother, Mrs. Becla Watson. Paul has been with the armed forces in Alaska and has seen employed for eight months or :he Alcan highway. The George Noone family have noved from their home in Hum- >oldt to the Frank Asa house it Irvington. The Noone's have so'ti he home they recently purchased at Humboldt and Mr, Noone will be 3ngaged at tiling here. Mrs. Carrie King and Mrs. Sadie (killing were hostesses to the Plum Jreek Woman's Club last Wednes- ay ( a week ago) at the,Hortense ferguson home. Next week Mrs. Ilara Gilbride and Mrs. August lagle will also entertain the same roup at the same place. (Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Potter ave been spending several days at parental Hugh Raney home. From the Files TWBNTr ttfejARS AGO The new Algona Rotary Club held its first meeting of its second year. The program consisted of talks by the members of the educational committee which consisted of M. P. Weaver, B. M. Southgate and Dr. Hartman. Opal Sarchett had won the district declamatory contest at Jewell and was rtext scheduled to compete n the state contest. Her coach/was Mrs. D. H. Goeders. 'Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Towne were rejoicing over the arival of their second daughter. Farmers Interested In the new irop, soy beans,, were encouraged ;o write to Ames for folders on the subject. Mrs. Laura Chubb Palmer of Wilklnsburg, Penn., was visiting her Algous the Palmers. "filftok Beauty" and "Fighting Blood" were showing at the Call Opera House. TEN YEARS AGO Farm prices were showing a cheerfully steady but exasperating, ly slow rise. Corn was selling In Algona for 21 cents and the entire state was varying between 20 an<! 25 cents. lowans were holding their crops for a rise and the'farm stocks were by far the heaviest of any state. Two Algona boys, Kenneth Cowan and Bernard Frankl had started a chicken raising business. They had 4600 chicks. An artificial light was eft burning at night to make the owls eat more and mature faster. Carlyle Becker and OrvHla G1I- >ertson surprised their friends by being quqletly married at Iowa City. Four Oornar New* BUomiyoypypii Ottosen Community News The Ottosen community spon ored a scrap drive, Friday. G. I. Purdy returned home Satur- ay from the Fort Dodge hospital Mrs. Helen Campbell returned to CHEK-R-CHIX We are now booking orders for June and July deliveries. All chicks are from U. S. Approved, U. a Pullorum Tested flocks. Let us have your order TODAY, — Also May Ducklings — Swea City Hatchery Phone 35 Swea City, Iowa 14-tf er home near Rutland recently, he is much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Klnseth were —=-- ., ^unday visitors at the Martin Kin/Ir. Potter has been employed at I seth home in Bradgate. the National Tea Co. at Mason City but has now secured employmenl in the A&P store at Ft. Dodge. The family moved to that place last Saturday. Mrs. E. O. Chamberlain and Mrs. Morris Parsons were joint hostesses at a miscellaneous shower last Tuesday afternoon ( a week ago) honoring Miss Edith Greenfield. Miss Greenfield left April 6th for Texas where she will be married to Walter Heldt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Heldt. Mr. Heldt is located at a camp in Texas. Vernon Robison left for Omaha on Wednesday after spending a short furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rome Robison. Vernon has completed his basic- train- ng at Lawrence, Kansas, where he specialized in the mechanical work- ng of Diesel engines. After reporting at Omaha he will be trans- erred to Norfolk, Va., for further Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wehrspann were Sunday visitors at the Chris Meyers home near Whlttemore. 'Mr. and Mrs. James Barber and son of Belmond were week-end guests at the Oliver Kinseth home. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kramer were Sunday night visitors at the Max Clark home near West Bend. Gertie Lou Coyle has accepted a p teaching position for next year at the Unique school near Humboldt. The Ottosen high school sponsored a variety show at the school house Friday night. Proceeds were for the Junior-Senior banquet. Mrs. 'Ernest Enockson and girls were Friday afternoon visitors with Mrs. Helen Campbell near Rutland. Lawrence Telford returned from the army Thursday, Having been honorably discharged because of the age limit. Mr. and Mrs. Antone Spleen and family were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Paul Berninghaus honfe near West Bend. Mrs. Peter Enockson and Mrs. Sylvan Jacobson attended a birthday party for Mrs. J. B. Jacobson at her home in Bode Wednesday afternoon. Ruth Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mart filmdre, has been bedfast with a kidney ailment the past week but is much Improved at this writing. Joan Alexander spent Saturday night and Sunday at the I* J. 'L6w- man, Jr., home at Fentoh. The Alexanders spent Sunday at the .Nick Meyer home at Renwick and brought Joan back home with them. The Four" Corners Mothers and (Daughters Club met.Thursday at the home of Mrs. John McNeil with Mrs. Cruickshank assisting. The program opened with the group Singing "When You and 1 Were Young Maggie." The program committee was Clara Drayton and Elsl)§ Llnderman. Mrs. Arne Pedersen returned home Wednesday, March 31, after spending six months with her husband In the' west. ' She brought With her Mrs. Roland Pedersen and son Kenneth Lee who are planning to spend the summer with her mother-in-law, Mrrf. • Marie Pedersen. Arne is now stationed at Luke 'Field, Phoenix,' Arizona. Mrs. Roland Pedersen and Kenneth Lee spent Wednesday and Thursday at the W. R. Smith home. pltal at a go 69, AJgond. 'e afld our Wflle* Will Uk« car t-Qtler; and Walnut lit WllLtafet «ttt A Feed WaliVut OrtVe frt a rain, Humboldt, Ph6n ' 14 for Rent IFOR RENT?—Sfoe room house, electricity, small corn crib, barn chicken house and sheds. Mrs. Mary MetcalrV 322 W< College St. Algona. , 14 Miscellaneous RUBBER STAMP PADS arid Ink, black, red blue, green, 40c each at the Algona Upper Dfes Molnes, 11-2 ffiachahge Dept, BaJeffient Good tfcfed Furniture Dining rooni--Llvlng rtfoifl «uitea Breakfast «ts, Buffeta, Radios And washers Bjustrom's Furniture Ml BURN BERWIND BRIQUETS or Warm Morning Coal, -Know fue satisfaction.—Raealy Lumber Co. HYBRID SEED CORN Iowa 039 and 303, State Inspected and certified. Prlc&s $3.50 to $5.60. Certified Seed Is your guarantee :hat the corn has been properly ds- tasseled, tested and from pure stock. M. A. Sorllen. 2 miles north of Bode, Iowa. 13-15* Stop Loan Renewal Costs anc High Interest Rates. Buy Yotir Home or Refinance Your Present Loan the Low Cost Way. See Algona federal Savings and Loan Asb'it lOtf Hospital News 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. fl-tf DESK BLOTTERS, assorted colors—dark green, chocolate, pink, peach,and red for sale at the,JJpper Des Moines office. 15c each,«2 for 25e. 8-tf (LET US FIGURE your Insulation Job. Save fuel In the winter and keep cool In the summer. Gamble Store. 14 BUY YOUR pencil and type* writer carbon at the Algona Upper Des Moines. n-ff GET YOUR typewriter and adding machine ribbons at the Algona Upper Des Moines. 4-tf IP YOU NEED a rubber stamt for any purpose, you can order them ADDING} MACHIMB; ttou« for AK16 at the Al|6i!« tfftrCf bo* Mdlne*. Re&ulaf *l«6. 18« each, 2- to* 986, Law *'« *>e each. X tat 886. 84-tf SAVE TIME-SAVE WORK Ol« fht* MIW NrHlltrtt Fellih that CLEANS - POLISHES PROTECTS tidy hbuif FURNITURE POLISH IETTER GROCERS HAVE IT H.W.POST Dray and Storage ofall^kinds Long distance hauling. Every load Insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draylng and haul- Ing. •News Items ofBurt Vicinity nstruction :o a ship. before being assigned Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise and daughters, Mrs. Sarah Wise and Mrs. Drusilla Noble were Sunday dinner guests at the Strother Wiac home. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Graham o. Sode visited Burt relatives Sunday The Edmund Larsons were Sunday, dinner guests at the Franz Teeter home. Judy Hinckley spent a few days over the week-end with relatives at Wells, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chipman spent Sunday with their son, Myron, and family at Ames. The Hi-Low Bridge Club met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. I. W. Hansen. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Griffith of Audubon spent Sunday night at the Jim Christensen home. Bill Hart of Portland, Ore., visited Wednesday and Thursday at the Allen Hinckley home. The Fortnightly Club will meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. W. 'Boettcher. The E. A. Hansens, Bricelyn, Minn., visited Mrs. Hanson's mother, Mrs. Lydia Koestler, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. August Peterson, Swea .City, were Sunday evening dinner guests at the Fred Habeger home. Mrs. Jim Christensen, Betty Bee and David, and her mother, Mrs. Lydia Koestler, were at Rochester, Minn., Saturday. fThe 399 Club met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. G. U. Fairbanks, with Mrs. Pat Rasmussen as hostess. •The Kossuth County Farm Bureau board met Thursday evening for dinner and a business meetin at the Marvin Hotel. Mrs. P. W. Kpllasch, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bierstedt, Mr. and Mrs. Odey Cherland, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bussie, Walter Faulstich and Mrs C. W. Reynolds. Mrs. Winch of George, la., spent the week-end here with her daughter, who teaches here. They went to Des Moines Saturday evening and visited another daughter, who is taking nurse's training there, until Sunday afternoon. She returned to her home at George on Monday. Mrs. H. B. Officer accompanied them to Des Moines and Mrs. Zigler went with them as far as Fort Dodge. .. Kossuth Hospital '. April 1—Mrs. Lois Caldwell, Algona, medical; Mrs. Tom Vlpond, Algona, girl. April 2—Mrs. Anna Kressln, Lone Rock, medical. April 3—(Frank Spike, Algona, medical; Mrs. William Turner, Algona, medical. April 4—'Patricia Rlngsdorf, Burt, surgical. April 6— Irvin accident. Forbes, Algona, April 6— Mrs. L. S. Pearson, Renwick, fracture. . April 7— 'Mrs. Rosella Williams, A'gona, medical. General Hospital March ' 30— Mrs. , Fred Jennings, Burt, medical. April 1— Mrs, G. D. Welhousen, Titonka, surgical. April 2— Mrs. Mllo, Durant, Algona, girl. . April 5— Mrs. Geo. Hirner, Wesley, surgical; Jerry Jennings, Mason City, surgical. WE HAViE a complete line of I roofing and supplies. Gamble Store. 14 •IMPORTANT—HOME LOANS- LOW INTEREST—Low .MONTHLY PAYMENTS OR TERM LOANS -'FULL OPTIONAiL PAYMENT PRirVttLEGES — YOUR BEST LOAN. ALGONA FEDERAL, SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N. ALGONA, IOWA. 14-tf SEE ME FOR Real Bargains In /arms, loans, drainage 'surveying and estimates on tile.—Phil J. Kohlhaas, phone 22, Algona. 1-ft PHONOGRAPH RECORDS—all the new releases. Needles—albums. —Kossuth Radio Se Electric, Algona. Iowa. i-tf FOR nTm.ATtrrr.rpv- _ For Im- presslveness — Use Better Papers. The best papers are made from rags. Try new Era Bond, 20 Ib. substance, for a really fine paper. $2.70 for 500 sheets. The Algona Upper Des Moines. 9-tf .Raymond Rasmussen left for the army Friday afternoon. Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 25c for 13 words or less. When paid with order, 2c per word; when charged, 8c per word. Np ag- ents' commission allowed. If advertising agents charge their clients 3c and send cash with order they receive le per , word commission. For Sale FOR SALE—160-acre farm, Kossuth county. Small building. Electric lights—($90 per acre. Good terms. C. W. Nicoulln, Algona, Iowa. 14-15 This is positively the LAST CALL for suits for spring, 1948. We have a grand assortment of both pastels in sports models (tweeds, checks, shetlands and novelties) as well as a complete line —12 to 20—of the popular Fashionbilt dark dressy types in navy and black twills. These are perfect fitting, perfect styling suits to suit every occasion. There will be no more suits this Spring, So get your's while we still have them. The time is short before Easter and we won't have any more. All sizes and almost every price range. $16.50 $19.95 $25.00 Prjukcess perfect fitting dark suits for $35.00 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth May and son of Emmetsburg spent Sunday here with Mrs. May's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Bewick. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kienitz and Donald, Lakota, and Mrs. G. C. Allen were Sunday dinner guests at the Clifford Holding home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wegener of Swea City and Mr, and Mrs. Walter Sorenson were Sunday supper guests at the E. C. Bierstedt home The George Boettcher and W. W. Boetjcher families attended the funeral of Ralph Reimers at Whittemore Sunday. He was a cousin of the two men. The Rev. and Mrs. R. E. Cook and Mrs. John Helmke and daughter, Edna of Renwick were Sunday dinner guests at the W. J. Lockwood home. Mr. and Mrs. Estel Rentz and Buddy and Mrs. Rentz's mother, Mrs. Leon, visited at the home of Mr. Rentz's uncle, Mr. Ruger, at LuVerne Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Emmert and baby of Mason City visited at the J. D. Graham home Sunday. Mrs. Emmert and baby remained for a week's visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Chipman and Joan were supper guests Thursday evening at Mrs. J. H. Grahams. The Sewing Circle met last Thursday afternoon with Mrs. J. H. Graham. Betty Bee Christensen returne to Minneapolis Sunday, where sh attends school. She had spent tw or three weeks vacation here wit. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jame Christensen. The Henry Meier family and John DeWald attended a family gather ing at the Rudy Haack home i Algona Saturday evening in hono of the birthdays of Mrs.. Haack an her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Will Maroschek o Ayrshire and Mr. and Mrs. Fre FOR SALE — 1 Brown mare, wt. 1600 Ibs., 9 years old. Also saddle horse. Earl Sheppard, Whittemore, Phone 3147. 14* FOR SALE—1 regular Farmall with cultivator, reconditioned and painted; 3-section drag with draw- bar; 14' disc; 2-10' discs; 2 good corn planters; wagon and box; 9'- x!8' 700-chick brooder house; feeders; waterers. Honeymead Feeds for all livestock. Good supply of starting mashing for baby chicks. BRADLEY BROS. U Phone 714 So. Hotel Algona x!2 Axminster rug; 1-9x12 Axminster rug; 3 small rugs; curtains; clothes racks; quilt frames, curtain stretcher; stone jars; canned fruit, jellies, jams and pickles; fruit jars; table model cream separator; Daisy churn; kraut cutter; hand .corn sheller; w'heel barrow; several steel barrels; 1 wood barrel; chicken feeders; lawn seats; some tools; 50 feet rubber hose; lawn mower; 3-burner Perfection oil stove, good as new; feather bed and pillows; Vlctrola. Other articles too numerous to mention, including manure spreader and gqng plow. Terms: Cash or see your banker. Thecla Aman Colwell Bros. Aucts. 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 BUYERS CHANCE—Clark house at 611 South 'Dodge, now $1800, only $500 down. See Joel M, Herbst, Real Estate and Insurance. 14 Hitler and Plgscours Hitler is trying to rob us,of our liberties while plgscours rob the future profits on,, our hog -profits. POTATOES GET 'EM WOW WHILE YOU CAKI BLUE TAG . loofcbs. Certified Cobblers --$4.95 SLUE TAG 100Iib9- Certified Chippewa _ _$6.25 NORTHERN GROWN 100 Lb* Early Ohio Seed $4.95 HOME GROWN . 100 lAs. Early Ohio Seed ._-__• _$3.50 HOME GROWN 100 UM Pink Eyed Cobblers $3.50 GOOD SOLID 100 Lb( , Eating Potatoes ._ -S3.50 A full line of Sargent's Feeds, Oyster Shell, Salt, and Seal of Minnesota Flour. White's Market Iowa State Bank 14* Clerk Wanted FOR SALE-—Good free work mule. Six miles northeast Algonu. Alfred Jorgenson. 14* FOR SALE —Manchu Soybeans. $5.25 bushel. H. L. Brandow, Algona. FOR SALE —Some horses. Roy McVay. good work . 14* FOR SALE—Eleven foot grain drill. W. A. Knoll, Lone Rock, Phone 803. 14-15* FOR SALE—25 blackface ewes with lambs at side. Carl Bahling, WANTED — Sheep shearing. Frank Lewis. Phone 284-W, Algona. 126 S. Colby. 13-1 Wide Selections For Your Ration Stamps At A&P! ^ * FINER, FRESHER FLAVOR} We 4 sixteen red raOon points,* week and those 48 blue rm points ««vnth in War Ration Book 2, m«y not btiyrui taWi ?ff Jfe' ' : ,*$ *"? wm bay the f<KHlB y°« n ««* •* A&P! offer alwide selection of canned meats/fats and oila, butter, cheeses »n,1 ^f.f" h *f 8eBfooa for youp red P 01 *' 8 ™* """"ed *«*» and vegetables, juices, soups, baby foods} dried peas, beans and lentils, Sa, for you* blue points. A&P rSonimendVstudytarpolnt costs ...VbuyUig the best nutrition for your points and your numoy T^ 1 *! "^ 5 COUrse <Ushes of fl* 0 ™"* Foods with the Foods as fresh fruite and vegetables, fresh baked goods, WANTED—Girl or woman for general housework in a modern home. Hours 7 a.m. until 4 p.m. or stay nights If desired. Good wages. Inquire Algona Upper Des Moines. 14-tf WANTED—To buy a small house and lot in Algona. Inquire at this office. 14* Burt. 14 FOR SALE — Eight purebred young, fall Duroc red boars. Matt Weydert, Llvermore. 13-14* WANTED— Waitress. No Sunday work. $12 week and board. mand's Cafe. Der- 14 WANTED— Engineer and house man. Apply at Algona Hotel. 14 FOR SALE— Used blue enamel Sanico range; 2 good used baby cabs, 1 reed, 1 collapsible. Gamble Store. 14 Maroschek and family of Milforc spent Sunday at the Emil Hasse home. Mrs. Will Maroschek is Mrs Hasse's sister. Mrs. James Kelly, who has bean Staying with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Dugan, since her hug band entered the army, will leave Thursday for Waco, Texas, to o< near her husband, who is stationed at Camp Hood. The Vernal Hardgroves, who have been living at Forest City, moved to Burt Saturday into the house formerly belonging to Mrs. Hardgrove"s mother, the late Mrs. Bertha Schwletert. Mr. Hardgrove is working in an Algona bakery. Mrs. Robert Moore and daughters, Pauline and Aria Mae, visited from Tuesday until Thursday with Mrs. More's mother, Mrs. Raney in Algona. Thursday Pauline left with a cousin for Tacoma, Wash., where she will visit relatives and perhaps get work. In honor of R. A. Bleich's birthday a group of friends "were entertained at the Bleich home Sunday evening. They included Mr. and FOR SALE -i- Red Clover seed. O. A. Laabs. Phone 932J, Algona, Iowa. 1 FOR SALE—Richland and Manchu Say Beans for seed. Also Bison Flax. Sargent & Co. Phone 360. 14 WANTED—Maid; also need waitress and a dishwasher. Apply at Hotel Algona. 14 WANTED—Truck driver over 21. Essential food industry. Knowledge of poultry and eggs helpful but not necessary. Headquarter Algona. In every day. Inquire this paper. 14 FOR SALE —240-acre farm in Winnebago Co., Iowa, well located 6 mi. north 3 mi. west of Thompson. Good improvements including tile silo, electricity. % mi. to country school. Almost level and very productive. A splendid farm. Leased this season to Clinton W. Stowe. Reasonable terms and price. Write, Nebraska Bond & Mortgage Corp., 424 Omaha Natl. Bank Bldg., Omaha, Nebr. SEED POTATOES from certified stock. Pink eyed Warbas, Cobblers, Early Ohlos, Rural New Yorkers and Green Mountains. $3.50 per 100 Ibs. East End Grocery. Phone 143. 14* . CARD OF THANKS We wish to.extend our sincere thanks and appreciation for the many kindnesses, messages and beautiful floral offerings tendered us in our sorrow 1 at the death of our beloved husband and father. Mrs. L. J. DeGraw Mr. and Mrs. Earl Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McGinnis Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Stephenson. 14* The experts who select Amerjea's most popular cpflee, reporif ,.thdt NO COFFEE CAN GIVE YOU MORE THOU fUP COFFEE /ery Pound CUSTOM GROW SOAKS CLOTHES WHITER RINSO 100 % Pure Hydrogenated DEXO Vegetable Shortening Libby's POTTED MEATS Swift's Premium CORNED MUTTON *** Sultana SHRIMP Sultana TUNA FISH Held Colored DAISY CHEESE CDDV Vegetable oriu Shortening A&P Fancy Whole Kernel GOLDEN CORN Jol Monte Halved or ICED PEACHES A&P Fancy GRAPEFRUIT JUICE Fancy Dried NAVY (PEA) BEANS CANNED MEATS, CHEESE, BUTTER and FATS ' 3,:;, 6, "L" II 12 OZ. Mi out £l 7 on. A* can £ 7 ox. MI can W4 £3! Lb. Ja^ Canned Vegetables and Fruits, Juices, Soups, Baby Foods, Dried Vegetables No. Z (20 ox.) § IB can I4C No. 2^ (SO oz.) Jar Point Cost 15 pte. each Ipfc each Spto. each Spta, each SpU. each Spts. each 5 pts. each 24c 14 pts. each 24 pts. each 9 pts. each 4 pts. each A&P Enriched Sliced full 1H Ib. BREAD loaf A Lenten Treat! Jane Parker Pkg. | •• HOTCSROSSBUNS of 0 I f C Jane Parker Complete Frosted Lady Baltimore 20 oz. LAYER CAKE size He 35c Can Bag 9C »«<™^^ Natures Finest Foods Are Not Rationed WASHINGTON DAI.IFORNIA CARROTS V "™'"' A+ IVORY or SNOW HEAD LTTUCE RIPE TOMATOES -™"°Tlfi.%ta + ' ...t FOR SALE—Book pt 600 receipts and duplicates, 4 to a pace, $2.50 The Algona Upper Des Moines. 9tf AUCTION SA1E Household Goods Thursday, April 15th At home of the late Geo. Aman, Sexton, Iowa 2-piece living suite in good con- ition; 1 library table; 2 small ables; 3 rocking chairs; 1 floor amp; dining room set; couch; 10- ube Victor radio, in good condi- on; kitchen table and chairs; dishes; 2 beds, springs and ? mattresses; 2 dressers; steel cot; small child's bed; pictures; BJsrht day clock; 1-9x15 Axminster rug; 1- NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL STATE OF IOWA, HOSSUfHH COUNTY, SS. In District Court, No. 6000, March 14 Term, 1943. To All Whom It May Concern; You Are Hereby Notified, That an instrument of -writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of L, J. DeGraw, Deceased, dated July 18, 1936, having been this day filed, opened and redd Tuesday the 6th day of May, 1943, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A.M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cguse, Jf any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. (Dated at AJgona, Iowa, A.pjrH », 1943. White Hd&se Finest Quality Evaporated M tall Af Ann Page Hemolina MACARONI or M 7 SPAGHETTI Vp Sultana Vitamin PEANUT M |b. B|^ BUTTER 2 jar DIG pkgs, mm I1C E. C. Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. Attorney. Superior CRACKERS PARAMOUNT SAUERKRAUT £ Enriched Flour 24ft Ib $| Af PILLSBURVS bag !,«}/ Fine Granulated "5 Ib. AJ SUGAR bag 34G Use Stamp No. 12 Now! From Nearby Farms doz. AA FRESH BG<Jf3 ctnOOC Sunnyflfcld Crispy WHEAT FMKE8 SUPER SUDS 23' **»••* SPARK W |U IOC CUBE STARCH White Sail Twenty Mule Team

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