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The Alftn* Ufcpet DCS Moinw, Algona, Iowa, July 2», 19*3 - i\ ALGONA SOLDIER IN WESTERN CAMP TELLS OF MISSION Private Gerald D. Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Allen, Algona, writes interestingly of one fo the old missions located near his camp, Hammer Field, Fresno, Calif. He was 'inducted into the service last January pu.t of Omaha and : prior to being transferred to Hammer Field was located in one of ,the Tqcptna, Wash., shipyards. His 1 wife arid baby have been malting their home here with his parents but are planning to leave next week for/Hammer Field, as Private -Allen has been assigned permanent location there. Of the old mission he writes: A Tiny Mission "In this once peaceful and redskin inhabited valley there was founded,. probably by some San Franciscan Friar, a tiny mission. Just a crude' building erected years ago to serve many purposes, a place of worship, a refuge for wanderers and a place to obtain food. It is a. tiny,. almost square little chapel.: Its windows are crude, it has no lofty spire, just a .small hand fashioned cross above the' door. Its steps are worn, the door is :y weather-beaten and battered by .years .of use! ,l]t'is the Santa Rilne. "Let your mind wander back There is No Celling on Comfort at the Chrischllles Store While complying with the government "ceiling" prices on all merchandise, we have heard of no ruling on "comfort." In our spacious, well-lighted, newly decorated ready-to-wear department, you'll find cheerful, cool, comfort. Our air conditioning equipment is ready to go at an instant's notice and whenever we have a hot, sultry, sticky day you'll find it delightful to shop in our cool department. Easy, comfortable chairs will further add to your ease and shopping pleasure, Our summer dress lines are now complete. We think you'll find almost everything you can ask for here. Cool sheer Bembergs, popular butcher linen suits, jerseys, rayons and cotton seersuckers—in short, the biggest line of summer apparel in our history. Shop at the Chrischilles Store In Cool Comfort There's no ceiling on comfort here. * s "* i IF YOU ARE HARD OF HEARING You Should Investigate The New WESTERN ELECTRIC AUDI-PHONE That wonderful hearing aid developed by Bell Telephone Laboratories LEADERS IN HEARING AID RESEARCH USE THE COUPON FOR DETAILS WRITE FOR THE FREE BOOKLET "The Key To Hearing Happiness" AUDI-PHONE CO.-6U Flemin* Bldg.-DES MOINES, IA. Please send me free booklet. NAME... ADDRESS.. o'er the early days of San Rltae There out across, the! Valley ,in an old covered wagon a/native is bringing his infant Son to be christened. Maybe a young cbutfle can be: seen hastening to the mission to ask the padre for his blessinj, and to begin their life together in front of the simple mission altar,' or you may see a somber procession out of the chapel to ar open grave 6n the hillside, One oi the natives is being laid to rest. 'The Scene Changes "Suddenly the scene changes interrupting your reminisence, and you hear the zing of a rifle bullet, the rat-a-tat of machine guns in the distance.! Down the valley conies'a car, stops in front of-'the mission, and an aged priest enters the chapel. And you notice a sign "Mass every Saturday afternoon .at 5:00." Within a few minutes a group of soldiers begin to gather. They have taken time off from their war games to visit San Ritae. In three minutes the mission is full, within the aisles are crowded, and soldiers gather around the building, the windows are open and some can get a glimpse of the celebrant while others can only hear. The only service of the week is being held, no choir, you hear the ring of the Sanctus bell and momentarily the elevation takes place. Soon the Mass is over and the soldiers disperse— San Ilitae mission has served again." War Victory Hemp Notes (By Kinsey & Bistort, M'gr We visited hemp areas at Boons Hampton, Iowa Falls, Wells, Minn, and Surbourh, Minn., over tht week-end,- returning .Monday, and we inspected many fields and found the condition' of the growing hemp crops in those areas about the same as they are in this county. We saw no fields as good as our best, but did see fields that were poorer, than our poorest. We,are informed, that cattle .and livestock, will,riot eat hemp straw. Therefore no effect on the stock. Growers who may have ideas or suggestions in regard to the larvesting and to the forming of cutting rings will be asked to ex- jress themselves at the meetings ,o be held in their respective areas on a date following harvesting of small grain. At these meetings operators of the hemp harvester md tractors will be selected. There are some fields where no jorders were left and the hemp is growing up to the fence lines. We suggest that a border of at least 8 feet in width be cut around uch fields as soon as possible as t might be almost impossible to cut latef With ordinary farirt mnchittefy: * S6fh«! border crbps arttunfl hemp fields,are being "cut and the-hemp trimmed t*, to that time. By doing sb flow, the stray hemp fiiat has gro^vn'ih the border can be'cut with'little effort. Beans!'ahd"Cot-n as the border crops may be 1 cut at A later date. ' • ' t <' LOCALS Elvie Vcra, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Frank Vera, left Wednesday evening for a two week's vacation at Clear- Lake, She will be >at .the Dr.; Andrews cottagei . V. : ' Martin Knutli left Tuesday for Farraguty Idbho, after ;a' JS'rd furlough with his "wife and daughter, Judy. Martin is a seaman 2/c, and hns just finished his boot training. Mrs. Frank Winkel arrived home Wednesday after a visit in Minneapolis with h^r daughter, Mildred, and in St. Paul ; with' her daughter, Dorothy. Mildred is Mrs. A.. W. Graham and Dorothy s Mrs. William Brennan. The local 4-H girls spent last week-end at Arnolds Park. Six members and their leader, Miss luth Struthers, spent'from Friday until Monday there. DESK Bl pirtkt blue and th,e Ubper D& each, ,2 for 28b, \AS5orted col- CHocolate, fed Sh'jtor sale at office,' (HOME LOANS->fd BUY, RE- jPAltt Oft HEFINAffCE, NEW LOW INTEREST , RATE < AND TERMS—WHY PAY MORE. Al- gojrrt : Federal, Savings. & Loan, Algona, Iowa. Buy Bonds Here. ,' ' 18tf GET YOUR typewriter and adding machine ribbohs at. the Algona Upper Des Moines. : 4-tf FOR DURABtLiTY--For i : siyeness—Use .Better. Paper^Tho b'e;st papers are made from rags. Try New Era Bond, 20 Ib. sub- stanc£, for a really fine paper. $2.70'for 500 she'eta. The Algona Upper Des Moines'. ' 9-tf W ; , Algona. •'/••'•. '26 SEVERAL FARM 1 , BARGAINS+Twp well improved farms 'of 240 acres, one well improved farm of 160 acres in Northern Kossuth County at $100 per acre. Several Southern Minnesota well improved farms at $75 to $125 per acre. Call or. write me. W. H. KEIGLEY, BLUB EARTH, MlNNv 30-31 OTTOSEN NEWS Mrs. J. M. Blanchard of Lone Rock spent last week at the Chet Alme home. The Boy Scouts returned last I Sunday from the Walther League Camp at Lake Okoboji. Mavis Holt is spending a vacation at her home and later will be employed at Humboldt. The Presbyterian Sunday School will hold their annual picnic at the school house nevt Sunday. Mrs. Anna Carstad, of Eugene. Oregon, visited last week with her niece, Mrs. Dorothy Engelbretson. Mr. and Mrs. Fahey Gress and Keith Ray were Sunday night supper guests at the Ernie Fehr home. Mr. and Mrs. Patterson, Patsy and Susan, of Fort Dodge, were visitors Sunday at the Morgan Hagen home. The Gregorys of Dike and ihc Henry Lovigs attended a Farmers Elevator picnic at the state park at Lost Island. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Hansen of Spirit Lake brought Mrs. Hannah Hansen home Sunday after spending several months there. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd O'Brien of Fort Dodge and Mrs. Helen Malm of Palmer were Sunday visitors at the Roy Jacobson home. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gregory. Louise and Larry, of Dike, spent from Friday night until Sunday at the Henry Lovig home. Mrs. Florence Coonts and family and Dorothy Poundstone of Albert City were dinner guests at the Clarence Reese home. Mrs. Donald Wehring of Van Meter and. Miss Velma Wiess of Humboldt spent Sunday and Monday at the Sam Kropf home. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth and Marilyn left Sunday for Omaha, being called there by the death of Mrs. Kinseth's brother. Otto Floen. The Lutheran Ladies Aid met at the church parlors Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Magnus Bratland and Mrs. Norman Seeleseth as hostesses. Mrs. Ernest Enockson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Cooper and Mrs. Helen Campbell to Fort Dodge Sunday, where Mrs. Campbell went for medical observation. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Alme and Shirley and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard visited Sunday at the John Somes home at Sioux Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Alme were also callers in Spencer. The Lutheran League met at the church Sunday night. Services were held Sunday morning after a few weeks vacation. Beginning August 8th services will be held at 9:30 a, m. A group of ladies, with Mrs. Sylvan Jacobson as chairman, met at the school house Thursday afternoon to can vegetables for the school. One hundred quarts were reported canned. ST. JOE NEWS Mildred Bormann left Sunday for several weeks' visit with relatives at Earling. Franklin Wagner spent several days last week at the Ted Wagner home. Mrs. Matthew O'Connor and daughters of Parsons, Kansas, arrived here Wednesday for a month's visit with relatives and friends. Sgt. and Mrs. Arthur Plathe left Friday evening for Camp Atterbury, Ind. They planned to stop in Chicago for a short visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hanley, Rodney and Veronica, of near Rodman spent Sunday at the Mrs. Ida Becker home. Mrs. Hanley is the former Reta Becker, oldest daughter of Mrs. Ida Becker. Mrs. George Wagner, Mrs. Harold Reding and Mrs. Alfred Reding returned Wednesday evening from Rochester, Minn., where they had gone to visit their father, Fred Illg, who underwent an operation at St. Mary's hospital. They also visited at the Casper Kayser home at Waseca, Minn. They accompanied Joe Stattleman and Joe Schaller, who had gone to Richester to visit Mrs. Stattleman and Mrs. Schaller, patients at the hospital. Portland TWJK Lavina Jandl, employed in the F.B.I. offices, Washington, D. C., surprised her father, Anthony Jandl, last Thursday by calling him over the telephone and wishing him a happy birthday. Rosella Jandl and daughter spent Monday at the A. Jandl and Mennet TrunkhiU homes. Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 25c for IS H'ords or less. When paid with order, 2c per word; when charged, Sc per word. N» ag- ents' commission allowed. If advertising agents charge their clients 3c and scud cash with order they receive Ic per word commission. For Sale FOR SALE — Used small grand piano in excellent condition. Price $395. Les Reed Music Co., 108 N. Delaware, Mason City, Iowa. 29-30* FOR SALE — Team of geldings, seven and eight years old. Walter Fandel, Whittemore. 29-30* FOR SALE—Pullet chicks 10 to 12 weeks old, in the following breeds, White Leghorn, White and Barred Rocks, White Giants, Black Australorps and White Wyan- dottes. Priced right. Phone, write or come in and see us. SWEA CITY HATCHERY, Swea City, Iowa. Phone 35. 29-34 FOR SALE — Two-room house, $300 cash. Rev. R. D. Baker. 514 North Woodworth St., Algona. 30-' WANT TO BUY—Canned Peas. Will pay 25c pt. and furnish the jars. Phone 30-F21. 30* FOR SALE—Hereford bulls. Jos. Skow, Wesley, Iowa. ; 30-31"' FOR SALE—Registered Hereford bull, 16 mos. old. P. W. Reece, Elmore, Minn. 30-31 WANTED—To buy typewriter in good condition. Marie Erpelding. Algona. Phone 8-F23. 30* WANTED—50 good used bicycles before school starts. We pay top prices. Coast to Coast Store.' 30 FOR SALE—4 Model A's; 1-2D Chevrolet coach; 1-30 Chevrolet sedan; 1-39 Ford Deluxe, with new motor; 1-32 Chevrolet coach. All : have good tires. Schultz Bros. Dealers in Ward's 'Tires, Batteries and Oil. Gas—reg. 16.9c;. Ethyl 17.9c. Algona, Iowa. 30* FOR SALE—House. Inquire of C. Alig, Whittemore, Iowa. 30-31* FOR SALE—Pressure gas stove; all white enamel, built-in oven and broiler,, four extra burners and utensil, drawer. Like new, $25. Call at Ice Cream Cottage. 301 West State, Algona. 30* FOR SALE—Used breakfast set with four chairs, table has one extra leaf. Gamble Store. 30 FOR SALE—Used dining table with six leaves. Gamble Store. 30 FOR SALE — Linoleum factory remnants, 6 ft. widths, odd length. All new patterns. 39c per sq. ft. Gamble Store. 30 FARM FOR SALE REAL BARGAIN! We are offering for sale the South Half of Section 33 in Ramsey township, located 2Vj miles east and 2Vfe miles south of Bancroft. This is a real bargain at $120 per acre. All tiled, good buildings, good fences, excellent land. See us at once. M. P. HAGGARD & SON Algona, Iowa Phone 249 30 FOR SALE—Oliver Row-Crop, 3- bottom tractor, with cultivator, in A-l condition. Terms if desired, Henry Bruhns, West Bend. 30-31* FOR SALE—2-wheel trailer with box. Allis Chalmers 20-35 tractor. 5-ft. horse mower. Corn binder. 2 gas engines. Wagon hoist, platform type. HONEYMEAD FEEDS Bradley Bros. 30 Phone 714 So. Hotel Algona FOR SALE—Fine modern bungalow, 5 rooms and bath, electric water heater, close in - $4500. New bungalow,. oil heat, electric water heater—$5500. See Joel M. Herbst, Real Estate and Insurance. 30 FOR SALE—Piano, in good condition; also man's light summer 2-pants suit. Call 730-J. 30* FOR SALE—40 ft. Woodmanse oil bath windmill. Nearly new. Ben Eden, Wesley. Phone 3120. 30* For Bent ROOMS FOR RENT—West Street, second house west of Ice Cream Cottage. Daisy Cook. 30-32* Wanted WANTED — Used band .instruments. Send us complete description arid price. Les Reed Music Co., 108 N. Delaware, Mason City. 29-30* WANTED^-Hatchery flocks bf all breeds-. Write or phone, SWEA CITY HATCHERY, SWEA CITY. IOWA. PKone 35. 3»-S$ WANTED—Experienced livestock ^_man, prefer with fat and feeder lamb experience, ~to handle local order buying business. Start wori% immediately, full or part time. Write Box 69y Algona, Iowa. 29-30 WANTED—^Girl-for Saturday and Sunday work. Inquire at R6s<s- dale Cafe. . 29-30 SCHULTZ BROS. Dealers in Ward Tires arid Batteries Gas 16.9c, Ethyl 17.9c Tractor tires, pre-War quality, super-power grip, size 9-38, $43.10; 11-28, $44.05; .11-40,. $59.75. All other sizes in-proportipn at a low price. Also used cars for sale. 30* and vermin repellent. For homes and other buildings./Free Estimates * No Obligation!. Phone 28; Gamble store. , . ,30 NOTICE—Large shipment of Bat, tery "Radio Parts received today. Coast to Coast Store. 30-31 CARD Wlstt*t6 fllffcSfflty tftank alii w' 80 kiftdly* 3(sBlst6a IK Iny* Wfiy during ouf recent befeavefrteht, ' ' the , kind, expressions of plthir Cards and fiflweftS. Q -• Family. 30* ^ • ^f • , • ™ ' •>','>{< Mix yotif Own Mashes! Magic Mash Maker All'you need Is your own grain* for the base —and Sargent's Magic Mash Maker for the balance. Magic Mash Maker supplies 22 protein, vitamin, and mineral e\t- 1 mints to blend with your grains to give you all types of poultry mashes, at real econ-J' orhy cost. Free home-mixing directions supplied with each bag. Snve on poultry feeds. Try a bag rihd see how you can cut costs. HAY ROPE for barn and hay .stackers. Electric fence controller, Hot Shots, .radio battery packs. Coal heaters and cook stoves. J. E. Ukena, Hardware and Implements), Lakota, Iowa. 30-31 FREE- CULLING SERVICE—Cull old hens now. Save feed by getting rid-of non-layers. Expert cull- ers. Gall or see us for appointment. Swift & Co. v . .. 30-31 WANTED —Local and long distance trucking. C. ! H. Lasting. In care of Walburg's Cafe. Algona. Phone 159. 30-33* WANTED—Tank truck salesman for Algona territory, truck can be furnished. Apply K & H Co-op. Oil Co., Wesley, Iowa. 30 WANTED AT ONCE—Bookkeeper, experienced or trained. Some one for permanent job. Write Box 69, % Upper Des Moines. 30 WANTED—Good used tie boxes, baby beds with springs, chairs vanities, dressers, kitchen cabinets, baby high chairs, baby buggies, Straddlers, oil stoves. We pay cash. Turn the old stuff into cash and buy bonds. — The Trade-in Store. Bring it in. East of the Court House. 30 Miscellaneous NEED MONEY to buy a farm? Let us tell you about the Aetna Life Insurance Company's new farm loan plan, low rate, 20-year repayment plan, a reserve feature, no deductions. Hutchison & Hough. Security State Bank Bldg. 24-33* PHONOGRAPH RECORDS —All the- new releases. Needles,- albums.—Kossuth Radio & Electric, Algona, Iowa. 1-lf ' Exchange Dept. Basement Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suites Breakfast sets, Buffets, Radios and Washers; Bjustrom's Furniture 1-ti SEE ME FOR Real Bargains in. farms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile. — Phil J. Kohlhaas, phone 22, Algona. 1-tf 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, Coast Guard and Marine insignias. The Algona Upper Des Moines. 19-tf 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 IF YOU NEED rubber stamps for any purpose, you can order them at The Algona Upper Des Moines, 50c and up. 13-tf ADDING MACHINE Rolls for sale at the Algona Upper Des Moines office. Regular size, 15c each, 2 for 25c. Large size, 20c each, 5 for 35c. 3£-U THEY ARE THERE The flesh building, bone developing proteins for building firm flesh on well developed carcasags. The vitamins required for cpmplete*1ranctional development ancL Assimilation. The numerals required for growipg, * fattening, and production livestock. BIG GAIN 24% CONCENTRATE FOR HOGS/CATTLE and SHEEP is filling an' iny? portant need by helping the farmer get greater results from the grains he raises by furnishing his livestock with the 'pro- tems, vitamins, and minerals that are deficient in those grains. Whittemore Produce, wuttemore B * H Oil Company, J.' F. Loreiw, Alf«Mt QUIZ CONTEST—Prof. I. M: Smart; Talk by Theo. Hutchison; Bingo party, Legion Hall, Algona, Tuesday evening, August 3rd. 25c for the evening. Algona Townsend Club No. 1. 30* GAMBLE'S Super Quality Home- guard Insulation—Cooler in the summer, 10 to 15 , degrees—Cuts fuel costs, saves 25% to 50%. Fire SHUTS BROWNk-li SHOE STORE ALGONA. IOWA 3-Tine Forks SI.Off 2 Gal. Water Bags 98c Bate Ties - buhdie of 500 ..... ....$4.45 1-Horse Heavy Duty Motors . $18.00 COPPER CLAD WOOD AND COAL 11950 WARM MORNING HEATERS' if YOURS 1 $4095 BUY YOURS NOW Good Assortment of Parlor Heaters KOHLHAAS HDWE. pllllUlllllllllliniilllfllllllHIHIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM I The Foundation | I Garment Situation | | Why You Should Buy a | |6ossard—and Buy it at the| | Chrischilles Store | H The. war has brought about many changes, especially H H in the corset industry which is faced with acute short- = H ages of rubber, nylon and elastic. The new girdles and §i H foundation garments are very different than those H = you have been wearing. H TWO FACTS are important. First, the manufacturer and the store that sells you your foundation garment. Both must be reliable, honest, leaders in their respective fields.. • THE (3OSSARD Company has*loji(j enjoyed a reputation as a leader in the field, It has always sold to the highest type merchants, a good 'QUALIFY product. Remepiber that. This store has sold QUALITY merchandise for 7^ years. Remember THAT TOO,,.. r v" In the second place you need an intelligent, experienced FITTER now, one who is familiar with the corset indust^', from all gjes. : •' . ' ,''.'•'' Miia RQieLwp%owf.gr»4u||tf corsetiere i« SUCH A PERSON. She knowt the situation, §he knows your needs, »he is able tqfityjy and sell you a satisfactory garment, You'll g<$ISpE 5 T POSSIBLE a A R- MINT HERE if yQW *ron| to and talk with Mil« Lamps, She is here tQ |?rve you. So ft this store. We are nil doing the BEST WE CAN UNDER EXISTING

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