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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 27, 1943
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The Algona Uppw Her Moittfc, Al*df»a, Iowa, May 2?, 1643. . 'fyrw t*EV , w*- 4 *!*! \ RflNGMMIU GIRLS MEET At WALT BARR HOME Irvlngton — Miss Laura Jean Barr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. falter Barr, was hostess to the Irvington 4-H girls club last Sat- tirday. Miss Shirley Weber, club president, presided. Roll call WHS responded to by giving health habits. A special feature was talks on Victory gardens in three parts by Donna Cunningham, Laura Jean Barr and because of the ab- eence of Helen Christensen, the.- latter being open for general discussion. Mrs. Hansen, assistant club leader, talked -on "How to Feed the World," stressing the need of poultry and eggs as vital to good health. Shirley Weber was selected as the best groomed girl with Donna Chamberlain as second, there being only one point difference in the final check-up of these two girls, who will represent their €lub at the June Rally. Mrs. J. C. Mawdsley and Mrs. Fred Geigel acted as judges. The next regular meeting of the club will be June llth, with Miss Donna Cunningham. Guests at the meeting were Mrs. E. O. Chamberlain, Mrs. John Weber and Mrs. Clem Cunningham. Mrs. Douglas Riley will be hostess to the local Aid Society on June 10. Charles Cunningham, 13-year- old son of Mr. and Mrs. Clem Cunningham, is recuperating from an appendectomy. U. B. Frankl motored to Ames Monday where he met his son, Yeoman 1/c Donald Frankl, of Miami, Fla. Donald will have a 10-day leave. Mr. and Mrs. U. B. Frankl and Miss Margaret Mulligan attended the commencement exercises at the Algona Academy last Sunday evening. Camilla, only daughter of the Frankls, was among this year's graduates. Some fifty persons attended the farewell party last Thursday evening at the Frankl hall honoring Mrs. Beda Watson, who will soon depart for California. The evening was spent informally with lunch being served. Miss Evelyn Black completed her 'school year of teaching last week at Calmar and has gorie to Chicago, where she will seek employment for the summer months. Evelyn is the younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Black. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weber of Corwith and their daughter, Mrs. Maynard Woodbury, were Sunday guests at the John Webers. Mrs. Woodbury is the Webers' daughter and soon hopes to join her husband, who is stationed at a camp in California. About forty ladies attended the miscellaneous shower at the home of Mrs. Hugh Ra^iey last Thursday evening honoring Miss Roberta Skilling. Miss Skilling's marriage was recently announced to Mr. Arnold Fremmel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Fremmel of Ashton. At present Mr. Fremmol is stationed at Ft. Cook, Calif. CHEK-R-CHIX We are now booking orders for June and July deliveries. All chicks are from U. S. Approved, U. S. Pullorum Tested flocks. Let us have your order TODAY. .— Also May Ducklings—; Swea City Hatchery Phone 35 Swea City, Iowa 14-tf Brood Sows Off Feed There is blight in our oats. Sows and pigs do not relish this feed. Walnut Grove service at your disposal. It is free. Let me inform you how to make the best sow ration and pig meal that you ever fed at not to exceed $40 per ton or $2 per 100 Ibs. Your feed is not complete without Walnut Grove in the ration. Write or telephone 297 M. H. S. FAIN HTJMBOLDT 19-eow School closed last Thursday in Dist. No. 4 with the annual picnic. Mrs. Helen Brown has been rehired for the ensuing year. Pauline Sahkey, Orvllle and Dorothy Hurlbert completed their eighth grade work. Mary Lou Mawdsley had the distinction of v attending the entire school year without being absent or tardy, the only one to achieve such a record in this particular school. Lewis Marshall," eldest son of Mrs.- Ellen Marshall, was very pleasantly surprised last Tuesday night when thirty-five neighbors and friends arrived to help him celebrate his 21st birthday. The evening•'„was spent at cards and visiting,-with lunch being served. The Marshails own 'and operate the farm adjacent to the Irvington river bridge. Since the death of his father, Lewis has managed the farm work. W. J. Mixdorf narrowly escaped death last Thursday near Rutland while he was riding in a trailer being pulled by a tractor. In some manner the pin which was holding the trailer to the tractor became dislodged and Mr. Mixdorf was hurled to the ground with such force he became unconscious. Fortunately no bones were broken and he is now recuperating at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Clara Gunder. Library Board At Swea City Sponsor* Honor Roll of 190 Swea City—An honor roll containing the names of all local service men has been completed and is being loaned to the American Legion Auxiliary for use in the POppy Day display window at the Griffith drug Store. After Memorial Day it will be permanently placed in the town library, whose board sponsored the honor roll's construction. Fred Peterson donated the work of making the frames. Lettering was done by Wayne Thompson. • One hundred and ninety names are already on the board and every effort has been made to include every service man from this region. If anyone has been omitted, relatives are asked to get in touch with the Swea City library board, who will rectify the omission. Miss Mary Jane Crisman came from Brighton, Iowa, for a few day's visit with her mother, Mrs. Grace Crisman. Miss Crisman left Friday for Canton, Mo., to attend Culver-Stockton college this summer, and where she will also teach typing. CONFIRMATION EXERCISES AND DINNERS HONOR FENTON YOUTH Fenton—Confirmation exercises were held Sunday at St. John's Lutheran church for a class of nine. They were: .Alvin Depew, Raymond Uthof, Howard Bierstedt, Willard Ohm, Vernon Kipfer, Norbert Kabelitz, Charlotte Riedel, Verda Eimers and Grace Mueller. Dinners were held in their honor at the various homes. At the Henry Uthof home honoring Raymond Uthof and Alvin Depew were Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nemitz and grandson, Max Bierstedt, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Presthus and family of Bancroft, Mr. and VTrs. Lester Mueller and two girls •md Mrs. Chris Olsen and daugh- er of Whittemore, and Mrs. Henry Depew of Cylinder. Supper guests ivere the Otto Borchardt family. At the Ferdinand Bierstedt home honoring Howard, guests were Mr. and Mrs. August Bierstedt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bierstedt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Mueller and lamily, Phyllis and Clarence Bierstedt, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Art Kressin and family and Mrs. Ed Kressin and two sons of Lotts Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bell and 'amily of Whittemore, Mr. and VTrs. Chris Bahmann and family of Wilbert, Minn. At the Wm. Eimers home honoring Verda's confirmation were: Mr. and Mrs. Herman Struecker and family, Mrs. Kathryn Eimers, Mr. and Mrs. August Meyer, Selma and Lydia, Mr. and Mrs. Abel Hauge and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Meyer and family of Algona and Mr. arid Mrs. O. P. Hansen of Ringsted. At the Ralph Riedel home in Ringsted in honor of Charlotte's confirmation were: Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Householder of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Riedel and family of Burt, Mrs. Julia Krug of Waverly and Ben Eggers. At the Ernest Mueller home honoring Grace were: Mr. and Mrs. Otto Borchardt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Theesfield, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vigdahl and family of Whittemore, Mrs. Ernest Wolter and family of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bierstedt of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hoppe and family of Truman, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Genrich of Fairmont. Supper guests were the F. F. Mueller family, Ben Eggers, parochial teacher, left Sunday for his home at Norfolk, Nebr. The Rev. F. C. Preul preached the baccalaureate sermon Sunday evening at Rodman. Vernona and Evelyn Klatt of Algona were Sunday dinner guests at the L. E. Mueller home. Mrs. A. R. Willrett, Lorraine and Kathryn, visited Sunday afternoon at the F. J. Willrett home in Algona. The Norman Pfisters moved to Calmar Saturday and the A. E. Helland family moved into the house vacated by them. Melvin Berkland and Bertha Solberg, who attended Waldorf Junior College in Forest City, came home Sunday to spend the summer at their homes. Betty Ann Meyers came home Wednesday from Estherville where she attended Junior College and will spend the summer at the parental A. H. Meyers home. Lola Lindsey and Grace Yackey of Iowa City came Friday night and visited until Sunday afternoon at the Henry Lindsey home. Don't forget to U RIV Saturday, May 29th American, Legion Auxiliary vwwvw yVUVVVVVVWVVVtfVVVWVVVVVW Saturday afternoon they all visited with Mrs. Edward Lindsey and Charlene Kay at Elmore, Minn., and with the C. M. Unesteds at ranada. Sunday dinner guests at the Frank Bailey home were Dr. and Mrs. A. Whitlow, Kathryn, Carol and Robert of Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bailey and LaVonne of Seneca, Mr. and Mrs. Harold FUde and Margaret Ann of Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lappe and daughter of Bancroft and Pvt. and Mrs. John Bailey. Pvt. Bailey returns to San Angelo, Texas, on Friday. Herman Voigt of Alden, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Voigt and daughter, Mary Ann, of Austin, Minn., were honored Sunday at the Art Voigt home. Present were Mr. and Mrs. John Menz, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Menz and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Men?, and Lynn, Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall and daughters, the Wm. Voigt family and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod and Pamela. Hildegarde Kabelitz was honored at a miscellaneous shower Sunday afternoon at the L. E. Mueller home, with 65 attending. The afternoon was spent playing games. Prizes went to Mrs. Henry Reimers, Mrs. Wm. Fischer, Mrs. George Jentz and Alvina Dreyer. The bride-to-be received many lovely gifts. Lunch was served by the hostesses. Vernonan and Evelyn Klatt of Algona were out-of- town guests. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell and Benora and their guests, Mrs. Chester Skaar, Arlet and Bernette and Mrs. George Anderson and Greta of Primghar, who came Saturday, drove to Forest City Sunday and attended baccalaureate services in the morning and commencement in the afternoon. They all returned here Sunday, accompanied by Alice Skaar and Anna Marie Mitchell, two students at Waldorf College and who will spend the summer at their respective homes. The Primghar folks returned to their homes on Monday. Mrs. Irene Yager and daughter, Marilyn were honored Sunday at a gathering at the Melvin Mansager home. Mrs, Yager and daughter, who have been making their home in Emmetsburg, left Monday morning for Baker, Oregon, where they will make their home. Dinner and supper were served. Present were: Mr. and Mrs. John Light; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Brooks and family of Iowa Falls; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. Milferd Elberts and Jerry of Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod and Mary Alice of Fort Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Weisbrod of Ringsted; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lovejoy, Mary Lou and Patty, of Cylinder; Mr. and Mrs. Will Weisbrod; Mr. and Mrs. Don Weisbrod, Anna Rae and Marilyn; and John Weisbrod of Iowa City. LEDYARD TO HAVE MEMORIAL DAY SERVICES ON SUNDAY AFTERNOON Ledyard—A Memorial Day' program is being planned lor Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Ledyarfl Community Hall. ftev. Cass of the M, E. church, will deliver the address. Services at the cemetery will be conducted by the Swea City American Legion Post. All War Veterans are requested to be at the Hall at 2:00, p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Looft and Mrs. August Knoner visited Mrs. John Looft at Swea City last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Waterhouse and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Collins were in Fairmont Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ulrich of Amboy, Minn., visited Friday at the home of Mr. Ulrich's cousin, Mrs. Albert Brand. Twenty-nine pupils appeared on the first day of the Vacation Bible School Of the Evangelical & Reformed church and more • are expected. The Christy Henricksons were dinner guests at' the Hens Henrickson home near Blue Earth on Sunday, honoring a nephew who is home on a furlough. Mrs. Josephine- Weise returned from St. Paul Monday to the home of her daughter, Mrs. Albert Brand, after spending the past year with a son in that city, Mrs. - Cecil Spatcher 1s visiting ler husband, who is stationed at Miami Beach, Fla. She plans to stay a month. Their son, Davifi Lee, is staying at the home of his aunt, Mrs. John Manthei. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Green enter- ;ained at Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Green and Esther, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Collins and children and Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Waterhouse and son, Douglas. . Mrs. Bennie Stubbe and Dixie, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Waddle, Mr. and Mrs. Jakie Stubbe and Sally Jo of Baxter spent Thursday vis- "ting at the home of Jakie Stubbe's mother, Mrs. Albert Barnes. Sally Jo remained for a few weeks visit. The following, young, people will be -confirmed at the Evangelical & Reformed church Sunday morning: Ramona Selberg, Phyllis Busch, Eugene Blome, LeRoy Busch, Verndn Darnell, Arnold pontje, Virgil Gelhaus, Melbourne Hagedorn, Merl Johnson and Har* old Trpff. .••''''. Pfc. El wood Green, arrived home on a'three day leave'from the'Sta- tion Hospital at .Omaha on Monday evening, returning .Wednesday evening. He visited his parents, the .Wm. Greens, and other relatives and friends here, also his sister the Albert Collins family of Chicago, who is visiting here. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson have received word that their son, Kenneth M. Thompson, stationed at Camp Lee, Va,, Quartermaster Officers Train School, is graduating this week. Mrs. Kenneth Thompson will attend the graduation exercises. The Thompsons are hoping it will be possible for Kenneth, and also Duane Thompson, stationed at Childress, Texas, to obtain furloughs at the same time the first part of June. The brothers have not seen each other for some time. Have No Report On Missing Soldier Son Irvington—Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Vluehes motored to Albert Lea last Sunday to attend the First Communion service of their grandson. Up to this date the Muehes have received no further information regarding their son, John, wno was reported by the government as missing in action on Feb. 17. Through the local Red Cross and also the Pope at Rome they are now trying to make contacts and learn something more^ in detail regarding his whereabouts. Classified Ads CLASSIFIED BATES Minimum charge 25c for 13 words or less. When paid with order, 2c 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. For Sale SMALL USED Kimball piano and bench. Priced for immediate sale. Cash or terms. Write Audit- ng Dept, Box 142, Spencer. 21* FOUND — White pigskin glove. Owner- identify and pay 25c for ad. Upper Des Moines. 21 FOR SALE!—Tomato plants, good size. 15c per dozen. Less in large quantities. Otto Nelson, 605 W. Nebraska. 21* FOR SALE—Heavy roosters. Call 20-F24. Mrs. R. A. Harvey, Algona. 21 FOR SALE —F-14 tractor with cultivator. Front and rear attachment. Rubber in front. 3 years old. Alfred Miller, 6 mi. N.E. of Lu Verne. • 21* FOR SALE—25 Purebred Hereford yearling bulls. Serviceable age. Best Domino quality. Priced right. C. M. Haas, Rodman. 20-23* NOTICE—Paracut's Hybrid Seed Corn for sale at Nick B. Wagner's, Algona. 21-if Swea City Scouts Attend Co. Camporee Swea City — Swea City Boy Scouts and their leaders attended a Camporee at the Scout grounds near Burt last Friday night. Boys from Burt, Algona, Ottosen, Swea City and Lone Rock attended. A court of honor was held and awards were given to those earning them. Lyle Patterson and Supt. A. H. Schuler were in charge of the group from here. Portland Twp. Members of the Earl Miller family were Monday supper guests at the George Gray home, honoring Pfc. John Miller. The Millers were Monday dinner guests at the John Cox home . Mr. and Mrs. Leo McWeeny and Joan, of Carroll, Iowa, came last Thursday for several days at the Edward Wolf home. Leo returned Sunday while the others . stayed for a longer visit. ST. JOE NEWS Elizabeth Kenkal of Earling is visiting at the Henry Bormann home. Miss Kenkal is a sister of Mrs. Henry Bormann. Nick Schmidt of Dell Rapids, S. D.,' returned to his home Monday after a two weeks' visit with relatives in this vicinity. Rev. Cyril" Ernest, C.P.P.S., of Fort Wayne, Ind., gave the address at the graduation exercises in St. Joseph's church on Friday evening, May 21st, at 8 o'clock. Graduates were Maxine Bormann, Mary Evelyn Bormann, Mildred Bormann, Angela Erpelding, Alfred Freilinger, * Verna Kayser, Arthur Kohlhaas, Donald McGuire, Delmar Reding, Rita Tbiil and Silvin Ziemet. FOR SALE — Richland soybeans grown from certified seed. Cleaned. $2.85 per bushel. Germination 85%. M. A. Sorlein, Bode. 20-21 FOR SALE—We still have a few bushels of Richland and Manchu Seed Beans. Cleaned and high germination. Sargent & Co., Algona. Phone 360. 21 FOR SALE—100 bushels Mudken soybeans. Price $2.25 per bu. Germination good. Herman Becker, 1 mile east of Irvington. 20-21 FOR SALE—New cream separators and milking machines. Algona Maytag Store. Phone 399. 21 RUBBER STAMP PADS and ink, black, blue, green, 40c each at the Algona Upper Des Moines Office. 11-tf FOR SALE—Book of 500 receipts and duplicates, 4 to a page, $2.50. Algona Upper Des Moines. 9tf Wanted FARM JOB—Housekeeper wanted. Three in family. Very good wages. Inquire Algona Upper Des Moines. 21* WANTED—Pasture for 16 head of stock. Everett Witham, Whittemore, Phone Algona 10-F121. 21 MEN WANTED Steady work. No experience necessary. Can use a number of high school boys over 16. Apply at plant office or 215 State Bank Building. Johnson Clay Works, Inc. Fort Dodge, Iowa 21-tf FARMS WANTED Due to our large volume of sales, we need more farms for sale. We want to list for sale farms of al] sizes at fair prices with reasonable terms. Farms within 100 miles of Blue Earth are acceptable. Call or send complete description, prices, and terms. Keifley-Hartwick Land & Loan.. KEIGLEY-HABTWICK LAND AND LOAN CO. Largest Farm Selling Agency in the Northwest Blue Earth, Minn. 21 HELP WANTED—Experienced or apprentice meat cutters. We pay you while we train you. A toe opportunity for ambitious men to learn a good trade. Apply at your local Council Oak Store, Algona, Iowa. 19-22 WANTED—Dishwasher. Hotel Algona. 20-tfn Lost-Found STRAYED—Bed calf. Beiurg to R. A. Dacken. : Two i»tt«P south of Sexton. „ 21* For Kent Ottoseh—eimmeficemeftt exercises were conducted at the Ottb- seil school htittfe Wednesday. evening with the., Kev., Schtteck of Rblfe as speaker. Graduates were Jean Ann Jacobsort, Norbert Veer- Kamp ahd Duane Krotifi 'The class day exercises were conducted at the auditorium on Thursday morning, at which time the following program was glveri: Welcome^ Jean Ann Jacobsofu class propHecy t puarfe Kropf j class history, Norbert'VeerKamd; class viflll, Jeari Ann Jacobson; athletics, Duane Kropi; class poemi Nfcirbert VeerKampr class .song Jean. Ann Jacobson;' farewell, Norbfert V Kamp. .-'•' ..;:':,, ' '' ; Awards were.presented . Belken. Also''certiflcates and hbhtir tolls were pre'sented grade pupils by the grade teachers. John Jacobson of Hardy, visited his mother, Mrs. Kate Jacobsoh, Sunday. Archie Hansen of Spirit Lake was a caller among friends here Tuesday. Mr. -and Mrs. Vic Lander of Bbone were week-end guests at the Cliff Lander home. The school picnic was held' at Schneiders Grove- Friday. A' large attendance was reported. A birthday party >vas given In honor of Marjorie Hundtermark Monday night at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Krbpf and Jean of Bode were Sunday visitors at the Sam Kropf home. Mrs. Harold Jacobson entertained the Juniors and Seniors at a luncheon at her home Thilrsday. •Mr. and Mrs. James Togeas of Ft. Dodge were Wednesday night supper guests at the Henry Lovig lome. Supt. and Mrs. Belken and fam- ly are leaving this week for California, where they will make their; lome. .,.•' : The Lutheran Ladies Aid "met at the church parlors Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Peter Movick and Mrs. Joe Traub. : Word has been received here hat W. P. Truesdell, former superintendent here, has entered the navy as an officer. Farrell Enocksort and mother, Wrs. Regina Enockson, visited over he week-end at : the LeRoy Kleppe home at Eagle Grove. 'The Presbyterian Ladies Aid. met at the church parlors Friday afternoon. Mrs. Herman Kramer and Mrs. Art Tabor were hos- ;esses. , ' . Mr .and Mrs. Chester Alme and Shirley, Mr. and Mj-s. Geo. Belken and family were Thursday 'evening dinner guests at the Mike Coyles. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Thorsland and children and Mrs. Geo. J. Neilsen,' Jr., of Gruver were Sunday visitors at the Sylvan Jacobson home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lovig and FOR RENT—48 acres good blue grass pasture. J. W. Scholtes. 701 East Lucas, Algona. 21* FOR RENT —Good Underwood portable typewriter. $4 per month. Inquire Algona Upper Des Moines. 21-tf Miscellaneous USED APPLIANCES FOR SALE —Ice box, 2 cream separators, washing machine, good electric radio. We repair all makes of washers and engines. Wringer rolls for all washers. Algona Maytag Store. Phone 399. 21 GET YOUR typewriter and adding machine ribbons at the Algona Upper Des Moines. 4-tf ._ HOME LOANS TO BUY, REPAIR OR" REFINANCE. NEW LOW INTEREST RATE AND TERMS—WHY PAY MORE. Algona Federal Savings & Loan, Algona, Iowa. Buy Bonds Here. 18tf DESK BLOTTERS, assorted colors—dark green,' chocolate, red, pink, blue and peach for sale at the Upper Des Moines office, Ifc each, 2 for 25c. 3-Vf PHONOGRAPH RECORDS —All the new releases. Needles, albums.—Kossuth Radio & Electric, Algona, Iowa. 1-tf JUST RECEIVED a new shipment of Warm Morning coal heaters. $49.95 each. You likely are eligible to buy one.—Raesly Lumber So. Phone 234 3-tf Exchange Dept. Basement Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suites Breakfast sets, Buffets, Radios and Washers. Bjustrom's Furniture 1-tf ADDING MACHINE Rolls for sale at the Algona Upper Des Moines office. Regular size, 15c each, 2 for 25c. Large size, 20c each, for 35?. 34-ti BUY YOUR pencil and typewriter carbon at the Algona Upper Des Moines. 9-1 f SEE ME FOR Real Bargains in farms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile. — Phil J Kohlhaas, phone 22, Algona. 1-tf BURN BERWIND BRIQUETS or Warm Morning Coal. Know fue' satisfaction.—Raesly Lumber Co. 3-tl FOR DURABILITY—For Impres- sivenesS—Use Better Paper. Tho best papers- are made from rags. Try New Era Bond, 20 Ib. pub- stance, lor a realjy toe paper $2.70 for 500 sheets. The Algona Upper Des Moines. 9-tJ JF YOU NEED rubber stamps for any purpose, you can order them at The Algona Upper Des Moines, 50c and up. 13-1f KEEP YOUR Service Man supplied with stationery. .Send him a box with his branch insignia embossed on each sheet. Box contains 50 sheets and 50 envelopes $1.10 a box. Army, Navy, Army and Navy Air Forces, Coasf Guard and Marine insignias. The Algona Upper Pes Moines. 19-tf Card o| Thanks We wish to acknowledge our deep gratitude to our friends, neighbors and relatives for the kindness and sympathy extended to us during the illness and deatja ol oiw beloved mother. Mr. and Mrs. Devi4 Jgpch and Mr. and Mw. Roscoe Three Graduate From Otto»en High School Barbara Were Sunday visitors (U tfie DOft Morrison Rome in Fort Dodge and at, the Glen Poegele* home at Badgef. . . -, -, > A miscellaneous „ shower . wad given in honor of Mfs. Merle C, Preisel neS Vefa VanBusklfk On Tuesday evening at 8:16 at the Presbyterian church parlors. Mrs. Huth Chambers of Loa Aft- geles, Calif., Mrs. M, 0. Chambers, Clara Rector and Norman Chambers were Sunday evening sup? per, guegts, at the Merle f. Holt h6me.' ' The -Ladies Rural club met at the home; of Mrs. John GOyle 6n Thursday^'' afternoony May 30th. . ' . _••' iff .1 ... V - ','.-.•: I ••>. i * • . ?* i ,. - ~. «• se&M i>? -Mf America wai MTflj'Ef'nGBt jj*»»y«*»»w..j «y—c-™ treasure* fo/ the fteJtt mf — Mrs. ,deo. Cooper waa* elected to- fill the vacancy* A tmy luadb was-, served, Visitors were Mflt Max Clark of ftolfe, Mrs. Matt Clark of KanaWha. Mrs. Lena and daueh- ter ( Miss 7 ,. Grade: Xltchowt Mrs.. Smith, Mrs. Sussh'Jdhl&ft, Mrs., Chet Alne and Mrs. Hefuty..Lovl$. The"next',meeting will m withv Mrs. -Joe Anliker.. ^ • • We have a car of Barb Wire and Woven Wire Unloaded in our yard./ CALL AND SEE US; New Summer Dresses FROM OUR MARKET TRIP CHRISCHILLES STORE Come see them looking your loveliest thru with romantic 4a,ce _ ^ details, mantilla dresses th^t prints featuring ultra feminine on furlough dates of crisp shantungs you'll weft smartly everywhere around the clock. All comietej capUvaUn ths po.tli W *¥€«? »t si Jt¥f- liest—and see their pleasing d..i

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