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til* Aigptt* Upper DM Mdiw*, Alg»**, I<wa, November 11, »ff. and Mrs. JT. L. Cooper of JBtlmboldt were Sunday dinner .guests at the horn* of their son, D. L, Cooper. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Kennedy <o£ St, Paul, Minnesota, were visitors recently at the home of the letter's. father, John Goeders. ' fttrs. 1. Wi Neville went to New i -Albany* Indiana, last Friday, be• idg called by the serious illness «if her sister, Mrs. Vern Kimball. Enid Puller daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.. J. Fuller, spent the week end here. She is employed by the government at Des Moines. Dona Kohlhaas will leave this week for Mission, Texas, to make her home. She recently sold her house here to Wm. Knoll of Lone Rock who will take possession at once. Miss Kohlhaas will be accompanied by Mrs. J. W. Sullivan and Mrs. J. F. Overmyer who expect to stay in the warmer climate until after the holidays. rt Farmers WE HAVE THE Western Feed Cooker 45 gal. Capacity. AH steel, including kettle. Priced at SZ8.00 HOG FEEDERS S6.95 Very heavy, 6 ft. all galvanized WHEELBARROWS $15.00 Made of all steel. For farmers only! HERE'S A GOOD ONE! Gasoline Cans Good heavy t ; 7 J4 gallon; capacity.' For. oil .or gas. .A very,, "*''' ' •'-••••"••'••• -'- Kern. •.' Priced at S2.25 FOR ALL YOUR FARM NEEDS. etc.—Sec The Algona Hardware THURSDAY, FRIDAY SATURDAY, NdV. 11-18-13 SECOND FEATURE , r"s. -. • • ' , Buster Crabbe —in— "THE KID RIDES AGAIN" Serial: "Don Wlnslow of Coast Guard" SUN.-MON.-TUES.-WED., NOV. 14-15-16-17 SECOND FEATURE SHE HAD A* DATE WITH DESTINY! Dangerous night* in Paris ... an American flying ace and a beautiful Russian girl spy out* wit the Gestapo ., t and sa.e the American convoy. MOSCOW ^!^^^' KOt'L MAD.ISON HOWARD UAljKl .. Gtyrtzow spent the week end here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gratttow, and other friends.- Boyd is a freshman at Iowa State College, Ames. Robert Conklln, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Conklln, will leave Soon for Pearl Harbor. Robert, Who is the oldest son, will be with the civil service division of the navy. Mary Lonlse Gllmore came Wednesday to spend the holiday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Gilmore. Mary Louise . is from Clarinda. She will return Friday. ,, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bowman ot Clinton are visiting the former's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bleich. Harry was bom and grew up in Algona, but left here about thirty years ago. Mary Kelso, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Kelso, spent from Saturday till Wednesday evening at Emmetsburg visiting the Hughes family! Mary is employed at the Algona Hardware. Mf. and Mrs. Maynard Stcph- enson 'and son, Terry, came Sunday for a week of vacation at the home of Mrs. Stephenson's mother, Mrs. L. J. DeGraw. Maynard is public health engineer at Manchester. Bob Schoby came home Saturday irom Camp Farragut, Idaho, where he has just completed his boot training in the navy. He is spending his fifteen day furlough here with Mrs. Schoby and other relatives and friends. " Miss Agnes Rice., of.. Normal, 111., is coming to spend the week end here and visit her niece, Mrs. Louis Verveer, and the P. P. Zer- fess and N. C. Rice families. Mrs. Verveer is leaving Monday for her home in Corvallis, Oregon. Mrs. Dan Engesser left Thursday for Camp Makall, N. C., Thursday to spend ten days wilh her husband who is in camp there. Their seven months old son, Denny, is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. .1. Dooley. Gene VVray and two sons, Gene, Jr., and Fred, of Council Bluffs, came Saturday for a visit with Algona friends. Mr. Wray and Fred planned to return to their home Tuesday or Wednesday, but Gene, Jr. expects to stay until Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Courtney will attend the family dinner being held Sunday at Belmond honoring Lt. Howard Finn, a marine fighter pilot who is home from combat duty in the South Pacific. A story about Lt. Finn will be found elsewhere-in today's paper. Mrs. Mel Griffin spent the week end in Iowa Falls where she attended the district deputy meeting of the Catholic Daughters of America. There are fourteen districts-. in the state. The ;'sta'te officers conducted the meeting Which Was a school of instruction. . ' Jane Laird, daughter, of Mrs. Cidney Laird, and Joanne Godden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Godden, left Tuesday evening for points south. Jane went to Alexandria, "La., to "visit 1 " her father, Clair Laird, who is an officer in the army camp there. Joanne went to Houston, Texas. Emma Jeanne Ringgenberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Ringgenberg, spent from Friday till Sunday in Ames, where she attended the Iowa State College homecoming. Emma Jeanne has studied a year at Iowa State. She stayed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Genrich. Emma Jeanne is employed at the Chris- chilles Store. Rex Voyles, S 2/s, in the Seabees, has just been transferred to Port Hueneme, California, from Camp Peary, Va., according to word received from him this week. He was recently honie for a visit with his .parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Crilly. He wrote that he is now located in a hut with nine other boys, three of whom are from Iowa. Walter Beardsley, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Beardsley, Jack Gtsweiler, of Philadelphia, Penn., and Jim Bryson, of Lexington, Ky.,. were visitors from Sunday till Tuesday at the home of Walter's parents. The three boys had a short pass from Truax Field, Madison, Wis., Jack is a master sergeant, and Walter and Jim are staff sergeants. Bob Laing, who recently finished his boot training at Farragut, Idaho, has been transferred to Memphis Tenn., where he has been assigned to radio aviation. His brother, Ferman, was expected home Wednesday for a furlough from Camp Pickett, Va., where he is in the engineers' corn- bat platoon of the army. ' Both boys are sons of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Laing. Sgt. Tech. and Mrs. Carl Spies came home Sunday from Fort Custer, Battle Creek, Michigan, where Carl has been stationed and are visiting relatives and friends here and at Emmetsburg, their former home before Mr, Spies went into the service. Mrs. Spies has been spending the'past few weeks at Fort, Custer. 1VI?, Spies, former Emmetsburg attorney, has a ten day furlpugh. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dower of Birmingham, Ala., are the parents of a daughter born Oct. 31. Mrs. Dower is the former Mary Catherine Hum, The baby has been named. Margaret Hum Dpwjer after her grandmother, Mrs. Margaret Hurjl of AJgona aM her aunt, ' Miss Margaret HUTU of the Mayo Clinic at, Rochester. Mr. Dower is with thje department of justice in Sir minghajn. , Mr, am) Mrs. Chris Cjodfredsoni pf Ringsted spent Monday night with the C. W. Pearsons here. They were enroute home from Hampton'where they had visited Mrs. Godfredspn's sister, Mrs. Eugene Pearson, and were unable to go farther* on account of the storm. The Pearsons bought 8 cafe at Hampton several months ago. Eugene, who is a son of the toes! Pearsons, r,epently received his p«dl for induction in the armed forces v/ith orders to re- Airs. George Conklln spent the Week end in Dubuque with her son, Merle, who had a short pass from Fort Knox, Ky. Merle 18 in the , armored division of the army. Tasker Falkenhalncr arrived here Wednesday from Red Oak to spend a few days with his father, M. H. Falkenhainer, and his grandmother, Mrs. Al Falken- hainer. Mrs. J. A. Broadhnrst and daughter, Alice Joan, of Chester, Montana are visiting the former's mother, Mrs. 'Charles Hanson. Mrs. Broadhurst is the former Myrtle Berg. Mrs. S. II. Pruyn of Coronado, Calif., came Wednesday to spend the winter with her mother, Mrs. E. J. Murtagh. Lt. (j.g.) Pruyn is in the navy somewhere outside the United States. Mrs. Zada Butler arrived Friday to spend a few days with her aunt, Mrs. Isabel Meiggs and her daughter, Ruth Owen. Mrs. Butler is in the federal income division at Des Moines. Richard Norman spent the week end here visiting his mother, Mrs. Oscar Norman, and other relatives and friends. Richard is a bookkeeper and accountant at the army post at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Brlggs have bought an eight lot section in the east part of town. They are now living at Northwood, north of Mason City, and Will move back to town in a C6uple of weeks. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. Bill Green was baptized Sunday at St. Cecelia's Catholic church by the Rev. J. M. Mallinger and named Darlene Marie. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. .Wayne Allen. Marian Rising spent the week end here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Rising, and other friends. Marian is. employed by an insurance company in Des Moines. She returned to Des Moines with Lorraine Tierney. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ludwig are the parents of a baby girl, born Sunday, Nov. 7, at the Kossuth hospital. She weighed seven pounds, twelve ounces. Mrs. Ludwig is the former Elizabeth Pfeffer and this is their first child. The Rev. Robert F. Kittrcll, pastor of the Baptist church, has been confined to his bed since last Wednesday witn a cold. The Rev. Stanley Anderson of Burt had charge of the morning services Sunday. John Jordan had charge of the evening program. Lt. Stanley Betters and his wife, the former Mildred Morlan, were visitors here last week and at Graettinger. Mildred is a niece of Mrs. Bert Deal. The lieutenant is on a twenty day leave from his navy station at New Orleans, La., and his home residence is at Fort Dodge. Mrs: A. J. Eason returned home Sunday evening after, spending the week end with her mother, Mrs. P. Andringa, at Orange City. The trip home was quite long considering that there was a two hour delay at Emmetsburg due to a: new engine being put on . and then there was the weather. Mrs. Ernest D. Egcl will entertain at, a party Friday for Mrs. Bill Funk, who with her husband and family recently moved back to Algona and are living in the home formerly occupied by Mrs. Harvey Larson on Blackford St. Mrs. Funk is recovering from a recent operation performed at Davenport. Lorraine Tierney spent the week end here visiting her aunt, Mrs. Bridget Tobiri. ' Lorraine was accompanied by Mrs. Louis Verveer, who had spent a few days ..'In •Des'" Moinee. /visiting friends. Mrs. Verveer has been visiting in AJgona for the past month at the home of her father, P. P. Zerfass. She lives at Corvallis, Oregon, where her husband is stationed in the army. Arden Orion, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Orton, has written home saying that he has been in Australia and is now enroute to South America. Arden is a seaman, first class, in the navy, and before going to Australia he had been in Persia. This was the first word his parents had heard from him since in August or September. Arden said that he had received 77 letters in the last mail. Boatswain Frank E. Green of the coast guard and his wife, the former Alice Sparks, arrived Sunday from Seattle Wash., for a week's visit with Frank's moth- The W.S.C.S. of Good Hope RUMMAGE and Food Sale AT Allen Motor Co Saturday, Nov. 13 Beginning at 9 a. m. Dressed Chickens, Fresh Eggs. New Aprons 45* • Awarded the V Blue Ribbon For Excellent Styling! POINSETTIA Selected the best sweater of the year by distinguished failiion'authoritiej at the brilliant Los Angeles Fashion Openings! This brilliant, colorful ^ Catalina Sweater has the color, tha fit, the beauty you want! InCatalina's own needlt-point jacquard. $10. KRESENSKY'S awl spa, You remember how the WIND \ USED TO BLOW )• right through the house • We were never comfortable—somebody was always just getting a cold or getting over one. Then John heard about this new kind of insulating from Mr. Brown across the street. My dear, we have blessed hiraand bis family ever since! V-We decided on a, Monday to have the work done. By Wednesday it was finished— without any muss at all. Every room is as warm as toast now, with half the fuel we used to use. And in sum- mer the upstairs rooms arc as cool as the downstairs. Why don't you have it done? This new Ihick • insulation method is not like old methods. It consists of a marvelous loose material, which is blown into the air spaces of your walls and roof, whether your house is new or old. Quickly door, without muss—fireproof, virtually indestructible. Saves ai much as 40% on fuel bills—saves labor. Keeps rooms cool in summer, warm in winter. Prevents lath-marks, • Sold pa easy deferred payment plan. Let us furnish you an estimate —without obligation. EAGLE INSULATION fceeps, your house coo) in summer, warm in winter Cowan Building Supply Co. Insulatlcm—AU Met^l Weatherstrip Over 4900 homes |nsulatfi4JB North IQW« Jn ? 10,000 tons of coal or equivalent In oil a»4 f«& saved. er, Mrs. Albert Ogren, and Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Sparks, parents of Alice. Mrs. Green, R. N., en*- tered U. S. Public Health nursing service and is now a staff nurse at the Marine Hospital at Seattle, along with her husband who is also stationed at Seattle. Corils Ward, who has been workliig for Westirighousei Electric and Manufacturing Co. at Blppinfleld, Mew Jersey, ahd i*aifjn6ht, West Virginia has accepted a commission as ensign li the United States Naval Reserve. He is receivihg training at Fort Schuyler, N<s\w YoMc Clty» flHN * p.afa,torjr to ttaifilfii 'Ifa,Several ftt / the tfaVy's Radar' schools. Ctn*- tis is the son of Mr. and Ml*. Harry'Ward,, and wa£ a graduate of the electrical' engineering school at Iowa State College, Ames, a' year and a half ago. Closing-Out FARM SALE As I nin moving to a smaller farm, I will hold a closing 1 out sale at the farm 2 miles west and 1 sooth of Burt Tuesday, Nov. 16th 1 P. M. SHARP Head of Horses One gelding 4 yrs. old, wt. 1500; one smooth month mare, wt. 1250; 2 sorrel roans 4 yrs. old, wt. 1500 each; one steel gray mare 4 yrs. old, wt» 1550. Head of Cattle Seven milch cows, Holsteins and Guernseys, just fresh; 4 2-year-old heif- eres; 7 calves, month old. ,, •-^•^^«s^ Machinery, Etc. Hay rack and tnick, triple box wide tire wagon; New, Idea hay loader, like new? Rock Island side delivery rake; dump rake, 14-ft.; 10-ft. disc; Hayes corn planter, 80 rods wire; John Deere endgate seeder; MeCormick binder, 8-jft.; McCormick-Peering mower, 6-ft. with trucks; 3-sec. drag; sulky plow; Rotary hog feeder, JO-un. size; brooder house 12x16, with shingle roof; 8 hay slings; 2 scoop boards; 40 rods 29-in. woven wire; hand corn sheller: small feed grinder; twin hitch woven wire stretcher; set of back pad harness; leather fly nets; Boyt breeching harness, like new; cross-cut saw; vise; hog trough; pitch forks; hay knife; bull leadc; log chain; milk cans; 20 ft. 3-inch rubber belting; .2 5-gaI. gas cans; 2 slop barrels; 1 8-gal. stone jar and small ones; alfalfa hay in barn. 25 tons, put up without rain; some baled straw; other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS—-Cash, or see your 'banker. Carl E. Bahling FRED FLAIG and STEWART, Auctioneers*, BURT SAVINGS BANK, Clerk ri4.*s*,>r. . ,~ s -A r ,-", ,,,.", ,[ , /-=£',*••, /'-,;*, -*~-4' , '„,; DRESS FOR TME MEN IN YOUR LIFE Ta he too *£$>' i\

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