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IRV1NGTON FARM BUREAU LADIES AT MAWDSLEY HOME Mrs. J. C. Mawdsley and Mrs Armor Lemkee were joint hostesse to the Irvington Twp. Farm Bureai ladles on Thursday afternoon a the Mawdsley home. Mrs. Pan Dremmol and Mrs. Fred Geige Were the program committee. The afternoon was spent at games, this meeting supplementing the December, '42 meeting, which was devotee to lesson material. The Lago boys, Jean, Allan and Jim, are undergoing a siege of the German measles. J. M. Cox is at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge, where he has submitted to an emergency operation. Chester Schoby spent several days over the week-end in Chicago In the interests of the Iowa State Dairy Association. Frank Asa, former Irvington resident who moved to Algona recently, has gone to Waterloo where he will seek employment doing defense Work. 'Dorothy Mawdsley left last week for Des Moines where she visited friends for a few days before departing for Baltimore, where she has a secretarial position at the Johns Hopkins hospital. Pvt. Edward Skilling has written friends here from Camp Lewis Wash., where he is located. He is in the infantry in the anti-tank division. Edward stated the scenery and mountains are very beautiful, but that it rained every day which made camp life disagreeable. OCl ETY r P68 Motoefl, Algoaa. fdwa, April IB Only One ]>ft Seven of the eight boys in the J. F. Wittern family of Little Rock have been called into active military and naval service in less than a year. Vinton, a sophomore in high school, is the only remaining son at home. Mrs. Wittern writes to her boys each week, and says she does not use duplicate copies as each is things. interested in different Sorority to Entertain— The Beta Psi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi at Fort Dodge has accepted the local chapter's invitation :o attend the annual Founds Day dinner in Algona. Officers for both chapters will be installed at that time and initiation ceremonies for pledges and pledging ceremonies for new members will also be held at that time. April 29th is the date set for the affair. Mrs. Kenneth Cnudsen, president, has appointed he following committees, Recep- ion:' Mrs. D. P. Smith, Mrs. Eugene Iirtchins and Mrs. Harlan Sigsbee; Dinner and Decorations: Mrs. Bob Villiams, Jean Kinsey, Kay Mills, itrs. Donald Miller, Janice Barta, ilrs. Jean Ulrich, Dorothy -Lane; 'rogram: Phyllis Parsons, Verabel Ulfers, Arlet Skaar and Mrs.' Haran Sigsbee. ^ A call meeting of the group is o be held tonight (Thursday) at he home of Mrs. Kenneth Knuden at which all members are urged o be present to discuss important usinoss. arty for Soldier— Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Ostwald entertained a group of friends and relatives at a party last week in honor of Sgt. Clarence Wiltgen, who is spending a fourteen day furlough here. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. John Bauman, Mr. and Mrs. Cap Kenne, Mr. and Mrs. Tim Klein, Mr. and Mrs. William Brass and daughter, Cynthia Ann, Mr. and Mrs. William Ostwald, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ostwald, Regina, Har- | honoring Mrs. Harold Walker who is moving away soon. Bridge was played at two tables with Mrs. M. G. Bourne receiving the prize for high score and Mrs. Harold Cowan the second high score prize. Mrs. Walker received the gueat prize. A group of friends of Mrs. Harold Walker's entertained her at a Dutch treat dinner at Selzers. Following the dinner the group went to the home of Mrs. R. A. Cowan for an evening of bridge. Mrs. Walker received a gift. Townsend Club-— The council members of the local Townsend Club met with Mrs. A. M. Anderson Monday evening. A hostess and ushers were appointed for future meetings, also a committee to visit the sick. Four delegates from the local club attended the Sixth district convention held at Fort Dodge on April 11. Mrs. A. M. Anderson was reelected chairman of the district, which includes fifteen counties. The delegates will report on the convention at the next regular meeting of the club, to be held on April 20. The next Council meeting will be held May 10 at the home of H. E. Miner. old and Charles Feye, Lyndon Kerber, Cecilia Wiltgen, Ralph Koppen, Esther Ostwald, Pauline and Alvina Berninghaus, Irene Bell and Eleanor Ostwald. Six tables of 500 were in play. Elmer Ostwald won the prize for high score and Esther Ostwald the low score prize. Lunch .vas served at midnight. Parties For Sirs. Walker- Mrs. George Smith entertained at a luncheon Saturday afternoon D. A. R, Tea— " The local chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution held their regular meeting Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. G. McCullough. The meeting was followed by a tea. The committee in charge consisted of Mrs. Mc- Tom, who nas been accepted fo pilot-training In the army air force Guests w«e M*. and Mrs. Franl Kohlhaas, Mr. and Mrs. P, J. Kohl haas and Dean and Phllly of Al gona artd Mr. and Mrs. Conm Kohlhaas and Arthur, Richard am parlene, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kohl haas and Francis J. Mindrup, al of Llvermore, and Miss Dena Kohl haas of Algona. Ronnie Beit Is five- Mrs. Paul Bell entertained group of small boys Saturday morn Ing at a party at her home in honor of her son, Ronnie, who was ceie brating his fifth birthday. Mrs. Joe Bradley and Mrs. Kenneth Samp assisted Mrs. Bell. Little guests were Mary Ann Bradley, Bobby Richardson, Mike Lovely, Wayne Samp, 'Don, Jr. and Terry Cook Jimmy Kerner, Darrold Simmon and Dickie Bell. "75" Elects Officcrsl. The "75" club of the Presbyterian church met Wednesday evening in the church basement. The following officers were elected for the coming yean 1 President, W. A. Hardy; vice president, Fred Shilts; secretary, Mrs. Wesley Schultz; treasurer, Mrs. Lloyd Pratt. Following a social time the group went to a restaurant for a Dutch Treat lunch. Oklciyapi Camp Fire— The Okiclyapi Camp Fire Girls met Friday, April 19. Present were Jacqueline Brown, Barbara^ Plat Joan Wolcott, Joanne Dahl, Marci Sotchel, Arlene Spilles and th guardian, Violet Miller. Plan were discussed for a bake an rummage sale to be held at th FRED ANDERSONS, TTTONKA. WED A HALF CENTURY Titonka—At 5 o'clock, on the afternoon of April 12,1863, Miss Vinea Peterson was married to Fred Anderson in 1 Copenhagen, Denmark, Miss Peterson was a student nurse In hospital tralnmg, having completed her second year. Mr. Anderson worked In the hospital. Monday they celebrated their golden wedding anniversary at Tltonka. • It was a church wedding, followed by a wedding supper. The bride wore a black dress with a full length white veil which was topped with a crown of myrtle. The next morning Mr. and Mrs. Anderson embarked for the United States to establish their first home. Spring- ime had come to Copenhagen be*ore they left and when they ar- at the home of hit law at Wesley, tow *6ry cold and ThtS AftdeMonS llVed In Wfesifey'fen'yeafS then moved to Titonka, where they farmed two years, and then moved to town where they have lived 38 years. Mr. Anderson Is a carpenter by trade. They are the parents of ten children and there are 16 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren, Sunday these children came to upend the day with their parents and have a family dinner at noon: Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Zlegler and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Drake of Mason City; Mrs; Roy Falkert of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson of Titonka. Mrs. Donald Douglas and Mrs. Morris Cooper, twin granddaughters of Mason City, Were also present. Children who could not be home were Mrs. Irma Rolse of Sioux City, Paul of Waterloo and ImmanUel of Dike. (LSW TJ53 PlGtme>6uf 1st. it Job. Pal-O'Pak Saves fuel In tef find keeps you* home* 10$ COOtof in sUmme'f. Factory trained dfews Will Insulate your home for only 8He per square foot. Insulate now While material la available. Oambl Store. 15 are paying top p for Wool. Joe Greenberg, Phone IIS. , • Ifc-tf JltJBBER STAMP PAJOS and Ink, black, red blue, green, 40c each at the Algona Upper Des Moines. 11-lf Gertrude Meyer was a Sunday dinner guest at the Wm. Leininger HYBRID SEED CORN Iowa 939 and 303. State inspected and certified, Prices $3.50 to $5.50. Certified Seed is your guarantee that the corn has been properly da- tasseled, tested and from' pure stock. M. A. Sorllen, 2 miles north of Bode, loWa. 13-16* home. FRI. AND SAT., APRIL 16-17 SURPRISE PROGRAM OF THE YEAR! Cullough, Zada Naudain, Sylvia Gunn, Anna Fairbanks, Clair Anderson, Katherine Giilmo'rey "Valeria Williams, Mable Tjaden, Fannie Stewart and Emma Chapman of LuVerne. Mrs. Laura Palmer gave a very interesting report on South America. Party for Tom Kohlhaas: Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlhaas entertained at a dinner party Tuesday evening in honor of their son, Kent garage on Saturday, April 17 Dinner Party— Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Chrischille^ entertained twelve persons at a rabbit and pheasant dinner at the! home Sunday evening. Decora tlons were a centerpiece of spring flowers and the evening was spen informally. Sandra, Shunnvay Is 5 — Mrs. Gaylord Shumway entertained twelve little folks at a party at her home Friday afternoon from three until five in honor of the fifth birthday of her daughter Sandra. Whittemore Vicinity News Items kfeiul Sasen Fl:y by Howinl I. Cnen, lack Hinliy, Albnt Dully Olndn! t» CMARLES BARTON • Prodrad by SAM WHITE "BRAVO MR. STRAUSS" NEWS Fun for the Entire Family SUN., MON. AND TUBS., APRIL 18-19-20 SAMUEL GOLDWYN Laughingly presents Supt. H. F. C. Mueller of Fort Dodge visited at the Lutheran parochial school here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer visited with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gade in Emmetsburg Saturday evening. Mrs. Dora Laabs and daughter, Wilma and Laura Radig of Lone Rock visited at the Herman Voigt home Sunday. Milton Espe, Rosella, Elenora and Evelyn Voigt and Marjorie Weber were Fort Dodge callers Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer, Mrs. Herman Voigt and son, Raymond, were Sunday, evening visitors at the Simon Weber home. A seven pound boy arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lauck Sunday afternoon. They now have three boys and one girl. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schumacher and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Leininger attended the 20th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ohm, near Fenton, Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rochford and son, Thomas and daughter, Shelia, of New Hampton, visited on Monday with Mrs. Rochford's mother, Mrs. Theresa Koliasch. Earl Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Maahs, was baptized by Rev. W. H. Discher Sunday forenoon in St. Paul's Lutheran church. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Meyer, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith and grandson, Ralph Sobers, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer and Evelyn Voigt visited with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker in Mason City Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Tieszen and daughter of Marion, S. D., were Sunday evening dinner guests at the Henry Schultz home. Before returning home they also called o; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Maahs. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Looft of Armstrong visited Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer. Mrs. Louisa Nissen, mother of the women, visited at the-Looft home the past week returning to the Meyers Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Werner Gade and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ostwald and daughters, Beverly Ann and Donna Rae, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ostwald and famiy, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ostwald, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ostwald, Esther Ostwald, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schmeling, Mrs. Amelia Berninghaus and son, Rudy, and Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Ostwald and daughters were Sunday dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Berninghaus, near West Bend. Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 25c for 19 words or less. When paid with order, 2c per ' word; . when charged, So per word. No ag- ents' commission allowed. If advertising agents charge their clients So and send cash with order they receive lo per word commission. IMPORTATjrr-^HOM® LOANS- LOW INTEREST—LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS OR TERM LOANS —FULL OPTIONAL PAYMENT PRIVILEGES — 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 DtfltABttJW? -. For fcft* new— tf«e ^Belief .Paw* The beat paper* M tutottm rags. Try ttW to*& Baftd, 45 lb. e, fat* a really fine paper. , for 600 sheets. The Algona Vfflltt Des Moines. ffifdltahge ttepr Basement Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suites Breakfast seta, Buffet*, Radio* and Washers BJuslrom's Furniture BURN BERWIND BRIQUETS Or Warm Morning Coal. Know fuej satisfaction.—Raesly Lumber Co. Stop Loan Renewal Costs and High Interest Rates. Buy Your Home or Refinance Your Present Loan the Low Cost Way. See Algona Federal Savings and Loan Ass'n. lotf IF YOU NEED a rubber stamp or any purpose, you can order them at The Algona Upper Des Moines, 50c and up. 18*-tf For Sale FOR SALE—Baled alfalfa and Clover mixed hay. Write the Upper Des Moines. 15* FOR SALE-JSlack team of three and four year old mares. Ranney Putz/Burt. 16* iFOR SALE — Purebred brown Swiss bull. Serviceable age. John Bockes, LuVerne. 15-16* FOR SALE—Used six foot 1941 Frigidaire refrigerator, good as new. Also Hamilton Beach food mixer. Call 221, Algona Skelgas graph, lighted metal showcase, letter file. Men's high top boots, size 8%'. Men's black shoes, size 9. White oxfords, size 6AAA. Mrs. Edythe L. Dailey. ^ PHONOGRAPH RECORDS—all the new releases. Needles—albums. —Kossuth Radio & Electric, A'Igonn Iowa. i-tf JUST RECEIVED a new shTp" •ment of Warm Morning coal heaters. $49.95 each. You likely are eligible to buy one.—Raesly Lumber Co. Phone 234. 3-tf ADDING MACHINE Rolls for ale at the Algona Upper Des tfolnes. Regular size. 15c each, 2 for 25c. for 35c. Large size 20c each, 2 34-tf DESK BLOTTERS, assorted colors—dark green, chocolate, pink, blue, peach and red for sale at the Upper Des Moines office. 15c each, 2 for 25c. 3-tf BUY YOUR pencil and .typewriter carbon at the Algona Upper Des Moines. 9-tf GET YOUR typewriter and' Md- Ing machine ribbons at the Algona Upper Des Moines. v ,4-tf HY-BRID SEED CORN Iowa 939, Germ. 96%. Twice winner of Banner trophy in state yield test, 1939 and 1940. Iowa 4318 Germ. 94%. Winner of Banner trophy in 1942 state yield tesit. Rounds, $3.50; flats, $5.50. Thousands of acres of our Hy-Brids were growing over 9 counties of north and north-central Iowa. Lawrence O. Miller Service. 15 FOR SAiLE-VTwo 5-room house n Whktemore. Also one othe louse and lot for sale. Luthera Congregation, Whittemore. Trus :ecs, Herman Meyer, Archie Voigh 15-16 'FOR SALE —Some good work horses. Roy McVay. 10 IFOR SALE—One Duroc sow. W . Barr, Algona. 15 FOR SALE—Good used electric . B. C.' washer. Sanico-Cora namel range. Gamble Store. 15 The Week Odd Spots in the News tfhtllli */ M WO tUJUR $c>»° Wo, br Hariy Ku.,,111 t.l..,.d through KKO tadlo Hclmi toe. THIS THEATRE IS READY TO SERVE YOU WITH WAR BONDS AND STAMPS WED. AND THURS., APRIL 21 22 Love of a Woman Behind a Stormy Career! TENNESSEE JOHNSON large Beaver Permission had been given to the game warden near Bedford to trap beavers that had been proving nuisances in the neighborhood. Harold Freemyer has been displaying a 42-lb. female beaver he caught in a steel trap. The fur is prime and worth about $35.00, however, he was to turn it over to the State Conservation Commission. Good Record The alertness of the Odebolt fire department has brought to the city for the second year the distinction of being a town with no actual fire loss. The cooperation of the residents by applying fire prevention lessons has been of considerable help to the lire department in bringing about this record. Of the 10 town calls made, a nominal loss of $398, covered by insurance, was suffered by the residents. History Repeats Al Falkenhainer of Algona was elected chairman of the Algona Red Cross in 1917. That year and the year following he headed drives for donations. In June, 1918, Mr. Falkenhainer reported that Koa- suth county was the first county 1 the entire nation to report over subscription of its quota. The pros ent Red Cross drive is under th direction of County Chairman M H. Falkenhainer, son of Al. Bad Luc/c Three sister at Decorah have hac the ill fortune to be run over b automobiles in the streets within the past few months. The girls ar Marcella, Marian and Helen Thay er. Their grandfather, Wm. Thayoi was killed when struck by a car Other incidents caused a few wor risome moments in the home. They were Robert's injury when he cu his wrist while loading a truck, Ronold's, who fell and broke his arai last year, the father's, Clarence Thayer, broken vertebrae. Lasl March all were quarantined for scarlet fever. Cattle Lost When a load of livestock belonging to O. D. Brubaker of South English escaped from a truck in Chicago, 111., last week, four squads of policemen were called to the rescue. The policemen searched for several hours but had no success in finding the lost cattle. Guest Miss Martha Palmer, a nurse stationed near London was a guest on Thanksgiving Day at a recept- tion given by the king and queen of England. Miss Palmer is a former Algona girl. Sun's Rays The only cause for a fire that could be determined by Guthrie Center firemen was the sun's rays through the fishbowl and water. The fire in the Norman Steenson home was found and extinguished before any extensive damage was done to the curtains or the house. Fo r Beautfylng Purposes Admission fee for a benefit program for the purpose of beautifying the hospital grounds at the Sioux Falls air base to be given In Orange City will be tulip bulbs or flower roots, shrubs, etc. Getting Prepared (A. local Reinbeck store is help ing residents to be ready for summer when it arrives. It sold foui new lawn mowers and some rubber fly swatters at a time when snow covered the streets. College Funds The sale of a runt pig that was flattened and sold two years age by David Loyd Harner of New Hampton was the start of David's college fund. Now in the eighth grade, the boy, in partnership with his father, owns ten 200-pound gilts. Exciting Moment -A former Mt Pleasant girl, Mrs. Dorothy Boles, now supervisor of the women's section of the jail in Los Angeles, was on hand to "welcome^ actress Frances Farmer after her recent escapade. Made Good One Iowa boy who is making ?ood in Hollywood is Lyle T. Zeien, formerly of Spencer. He will soon be seen in "They Got Me Covered," with Bob Hope and Dorothy La- 'FQR SAJjE — Upright grand Schiller piano. Phone 684-J. Mrs. C. H. Simpson, Algona. 15' iFOR SALE—A full line of Sargent's feeds, salt, flour and oyster shell. White's Market. iFOR • SALE — Five varieties of good seed potatoes. White's Market, ir. FOR SALE—About 5 bushel of Bison Variety flax seed. White's Market. 15 iFOR SALE—5 Dairy goats with equipment. 1 milking, 2 fresh soon. 2 young does, 8 months old. Reasonable price. Glenn J. Shore, 515 Fair St., Algona, Iowa., Phone 718-W. 15 FOR SALE —Manchu soybeans. Excellent germination. 3 miles west and 1% north of Algona. <Earl Tripp. 15* LuVerne, Iowa 15* Phone 2642 WOOL—We are paying top price for wool. Joe Greenberg, Phone 118 - 15-tf (HEAR—Rev. Charles Kassinger Tuesday evening, April 20th, Legion Hall. Free will offering. Public invited. Musical entertainment. 15* OIL BROODERS on hand now. Available to chick customers. Try Austra-White chicks this year— the new popular breed. Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft, Iowa. 15 USED MACHINERY Allis Chalmers Model E, standard tread tractor, 20-35 h.p.; 2 10-ft. discs; several plows; 1 Dain mower; Tas engine, 6 h.p.; 1 horse cultiva- or; wagon; wagon box; 2-section mrrow and drawbar; Hammermill belt; power lift for Allis Chalmers ultivator; 1 h.p. electric motor; ream--separator with ' motor, i Honeymead Feeds for all your livestock. Bradley Bros. 15 "hone 714 So. Hotel Algona The Armies Have It Wartime is no time to let thfe home front go to ruin. The government suggests that property maintenance be continued as much as possible. Nearly all construction materials,arc getting scarce and ,getting scarcer. We arc doing oui- best to get this needed material for your repair work. At the present time we have plenty of 2x4 to 2x12, timbers, house siding, shingles, bungalow siding, cement, miUwork, windows and sash, and oth£r miscellaneous items. Be Us for Prices -— Miller Lumber Co. PHONE 198 CLINT. LIGHTER, Mgr. \ .»•"•;>•>'.•• ..... vUgE. 11 FOR SALE—Five room house, modern, double garage. Also John Deere grain elevator, 38-ft., with loist. One Hayes corn planter, 5 rs old; one Perfection Milking Machine, complete with two units, e and motor. Inquire Schultz Bros., Algona. Phone 975. 15* VALUE liHEK OFFERS EXTRA-ECONOMY Because some of the merchandise advertised for our True Value Week did not arrive on schedule, we have extended the time of the sale to Thursday, April 22. The merchandise is here now and we invite you to come in and buy what you need. Check the following items- FOR SALE—160-acre farm, Kossuth county. Small building. Elec- :ric lights—1$90 per acre. Good :erms. C. W. Nicoulin, Algona, 14-15 Safetygrams Those of you who drive on roads that are ice covered and snow packed should give extra care to your driving habits. 1. Exercise more caution generally. Sudden stops on ice cannot be depended upon so the necessity for sudden stops should be avoided. 2. Check your brakes for simultaneous gripping. If the brakes do not grip correctly, you may start to skid. ' 3. Reduce your speed on snow FOR SALE —Manchu Soybeans. $2.25 bushel. H. L. Brandow. Alia. 14-15* FOR SALE)—Book of 500 receipts and duplicates, 4 to a page, $2.30 The Algona Upper Des Moines. 9tf SEED POTATOES from certified stock. Pink eyed Warbas, Cobblers, Early Ohios, Rural New Yorkers and Green Mountains. .$3.50 per 100 Ibs. East End Grocery. Phone 145. BOWL SET Utility set of J matched bowls of heiry, clear glus. Atuactire ribbed pattern. Wanted WANTED—A man or woman of good appearance and good education with car, to represent old and thoroughly reliable educational institution of good reputation. Good wages. Position now open. Address XYZ, % this paper. 15-16 WANTED —Janitor for Grant township consolidated school. Apply to W. H. Barger, Swea City, phone 2F20. 15-16 BATHROOM SCALE Black and white trim with rubber tile platform mat. Easy-io- read diaL FLAG SET Complete act Includes six. foot jointed staff and metal holder. Flag is } by 5 feet. Rope included. COFFEE MAKER 6-cup capacity. Finished in durable enamel with contrast ing trim. WANTED—Waitress. No Sunday work. $12 week and board. Dermand's Cafe. 15 WANTED—Engineer an4 houseman. Apply at Algona Hotel. 15 WANTH3D—Maid; also need walt- ress. Apply at Hotel Algona. 15 WANTED—Cook'for small hospital at a good salary. Write Box 69, Algona. ' is CUSTOM SHEEP SHEARING— Carl Wiener, Burt, Phone 173. 14-15* For Bent SALE DATES HOUSEHOLD CLEANING AIDS PRESERVE KETTLE Blue enamel, H-qiurt trade capacity. While they last at this price. FURNITURE POLISH Cannot scratch, Z4 ounces for only POLISHING WAX Dries bright, full plat, no-rubbing...,,.,,,,,'., CLOTHES LINE Strong, braided coaon. 90 feel for HANDLED MOP Handle firmJratudifd to head .,,, KITCHEN CUBE Made of sparkling ribbed gUjj. fi(a mod- ard socket. . • and ice. Anticipate difficulty and you will not create the necessity for sudden stops which cannot be made on snow or ice. 4. Leave plenty of room between your car and the car ahead. If the :ar ahead of you is going up an ncline or a steep hill on ice and snow and should develop difficulty, your being close behind may get you in trouble. 5. Be sure that your windshield wipers and defrosters are working so that you .will have a full view }f the road ahead as well aa the ear. 6. Be courteous—It pays. IFOR RENT—160-acre pasture near Titonka. T. G. McDermott, First Natl. Bank Bldg., Mason City, Iowa. 15-16 Miscellaneous Check These Values SALE HOUSEHOLD GOODS and OCTIOE EQUIPMENT Saturday, April 17, 9 i».in. until W noon. Over Council Oafa Grocery. 2 Utility cabinets, wicker chair, davenport. Mahogany table, desk and server. Three piece Early American bedroom suite. Pictures, mirrors, dishes, pottery, rug, cooking utensils, drapes, lamps, fruit jars. Chest.of drawers, love seat and severa} antique pieces. Hall tree, two high gtools. Blue Uijoleum, 'l?. !PVur office chairs, SOFT BALL BAT Brown finish with toped grip; S3 and 84 in. LAWN BROOM P f WiW> W ^ WKe ' * «• »*»«« EXTENSION CORD She-foot rubber-covered cord with attach. 45* 49' SMOOTH PLANE Cirboa iteel bitutf* bUck cipf wd !>** die. U iacbef too. J. L Richardson Hardware y'£t <•ft. ^- "jl.< r ' A,'* J-~ f -< t^s .&r. i/L^'& J &g&±j?&

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