The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 1, 1948 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 1, 1948
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f,f. "'«% ii*l(L. fces Maim* Tuesday, Jurte 1, 1948 Oftosen Legion Held Memorial Rites Monday Ollosen—The Lcist-Vecrkamp Post 535 and the American Legion Auxiliary prepared the Memorial program which was presented in the high school auditorium Monday, at 9:30 a. m. The program f oltoW-s :_\. Music—.Tbrkss'; 'ensemble; Advance of Colors, Lcist-Veerkamp Post 535; pledge of allegiance, Ire! by Eugene Struthprs; Slav "pangled Banner, assembly, led by Mrs. Oliver Kinsolh: invocation, Rev. Buckwalter; moment of silence in honor of our war dead. "'!.- ; , ;< ... Vocal Solo.^Biity Chrislianson: poem, Ruth Spoieh; music, girls' trio; Introduction of speaker, Jens Bjcrg, Memorial Day address, Rev. Buckwalter; reading, Paul Meyer; exercise, Faith of Our Father; benediction;, retire- ment of colors; music, brass ett- sembloi .following this program at the schoolhbi.ise a short ceremony was held in , the cemetery wFten three wreaths will be placed ort three white crosses honor- ''•"<* the war dead from Ottos«*n. Taps were played by Donald r ouch, Kichard Kinseth read "Flanders Field", and Edgar Meyer read the "Gettysburg Address." Ladies Group Meets The Presbyterian Ladies met Friday afternoon in the church parlors with Mrs. Caroline Telford and Mrs! Mary Schneider hostesses. Thirteen members answered roll call. During the business meeting Mrs. Joe Leitl reported on the articles that had been purchased for the Missionary hospital. These were packed and sent to Rockwell City where they will be distributed where needed. Mrs. G. -I. Purely also reported on .the articles that were donated and sent to a mission school in the Philippines. The program was in charge; of Mrs. Mike Coyle and was: "America", sung bv the groim. Mrs. Coyle read "Flanders Fields" and "American Ans- HOW MEN LOVE 'EM! Like to see a man enjoy himself? Then set a plate of piping hot biscuits in front of him—with plenty of butter. No matter what else you're .serving, biscuits 'n' butter make nay meal a success. Yes, whether it's biscuits or bread—vegetables or soup—pancakes or potatoes, the matchless flavor of But- ter does so much for the appetite appeal of other foods. Its natural g-olden color comes from rich pplden cream—and it takes four pints of cream to make a pound of butter. For nutrition, for health, for downright goodness, Butter is still one. of lha greatest values your money can buy. Iowa Dairy Industry Commission See It The Only Washer With The Famous SPIRAL DASHER 1 » * Thoroughly washes fuH loads of worst- soiled clothes. ® Safely, gently cleanses handfuSs of most delicate garments. * Works faster—less washing time, less fabric wear. ® Clean clothes are fluyfy, tangle-free. MODF.I. 390 Upright Model 601 Tank Type 124 UPRIGHT TANK CROSLEY and HOME FRiEZERS AND FROZEN FOOD STORAGE CABINETS 159 up Spiiles Hardware ! The Northside Hardware wer." "America th^ was sung by the group. The meeting closed by saying the benediction. The next meeting will be Juhe 4 with Mrs. John Coyle and Mrs. Eugene Hofius as hostesses. Mrs. Will Cooper has the Scripture and MFS. Q. I. Purdy hris chafge of the program. . Wednesday ,this group was invited to a one o'clock liihcheon at Rolfe that was .put on by the Presbyterian Ladies there. Attending were Mrs. Uoy Telford, Mrs. Caroline TelFofd, Mrs. Mike Coyle, Mrs. John Coyle, Mrs. Hollis Cooper,. Mrs. George Cooper and Mrs. Will Goober. Rural Club Meets The Ladies Rural Club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Harold Kropf with 17 members answering the roll call, what we would be doing if we were at home. The hostess read Scripture from the Book of Psalms, Chapters 127 and 128. Thahk You c'ards were read from Mrs. Leon Miller, of Livermore, and Mrs. Eugene Hofius. Mrs. Marian Johnson gave the lesson for Mrs. John Coyle and told of her recent trip to.Colorado. Mrs. George Cooper had charge of the special feature in the absence of Mrs. Sam Kropf. She had charge of two contests. Following the close of the meeting the kitchen committee for the Mother's day party presented the dining room committee with a gift in consideration of the bouquet that • the dining committee prepared for them. Mrs. Anlone Spcieh was a guest. The next meeting of this group will be this week Thursday afternoon at the Presbyterian church parlors with Mrs. Albert Thorsen as hostess. Lutheran Ladies Meet The Lutheran Ladies met Wednesday afternoon in the church parlors with Mrs. Bertha Oppedahl and Mrs. Anlone Speich as hostesses. There was no special business at this meeting. The program was: lesson, Mrs. Percy Watnem: reading, Mrs. Mclvin Ellingson; vocal duet, Ruth Johnson and Joan Enockson; reading, Mrs. Clara Solberg. The next meeting of this group will be June 9 with Mrs. Peter Eno-.-kson and Mrs. Sylvan Jacobson as hostesses. See Baseball Game v A group from here held a picnic at the West Bend park Sunday and then attended the baseball game between the Ottosen Ind. and West' Bend Ind. ieams. At the picnic were Mr. and Mrs. John Coyle, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Coyle, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford and family, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zinnel and family, Alice Olson, of Humboldt, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brandhoij, of Bradgate. Ex-Resident Is Killed Clarence Edwards, of Emmetsburg, who was killed in a highway crash last Saturday south of Emmetsburg, was a first cousin to the Holt family of this com- •munity.fvHe^VvaSxbhc son of Mr. and Mrs. Omer Edwards now of Emmetsburg, but former residents of this community. The funeral of Mr. Edward was Wednesday at Errtmetsburg, Surviving is his; wife, of Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hofius ' called at the homes of Mrs. Cora ! Bacon and Mr. and Mrs. I. W. kelson, of Algofifl, on Mr. an& Mrs. Alfi- antf children Were. Sttfwy at the parental • 'AuguSt, MW home at Casey. . "* ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Oscar aTttT Childre'ft a«d Optiedahl and Dick were Callers at the\ Bjarne' hotne in Fort Podge*. ' * •;•' ', Mr/ and Mrs.'Chester Alrrie ahtl daughter Shirley were Suhday dinner guests at the J. M, 'Blanchard home at Lone Rock.-u'Mrs. BlattchaftT re'tUrhfd "hdrrfd 'wfth' them for a few days Visit;;,. .•., ,• Sunday callers at -tne Mftrg^rfet Holt home were Mr. arid "$tr$. Bernard Jacobs, of Bradgatei Mr, and Mrs. Lee Holt 1 and' fam'ilV' of Spencer; Mr. and Mrs_, Ftd.fd Hojt and family; of Algbnai','Patty and Rolland .Jacobs, 'of.Bradgati?; Had spent the weekend with IVjargafet and returned to theiii.homA. with their parents. •'."',' '" Mr. and Mrs. Chaf.le's £>a,nfel and family, .of Humboldt. and Mrl. Hattie faanlel, bf ! BOofte, were .Sunday afternoon and'<'eX>e}j- ing guests at the Loran Danl6l home. Mr. and Mrs. Rasmus Olson, and Donna Mae attended the con» firmation of Carrol Ronriie Olson at the Lutheran church in v Emmetsburg Sunday. After the services- they were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tonr ; Olson. Mr. and Mrs.-Roy Telford and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Goyle attten- ed the Victory Party Sponsored bv the Farm Bureau in Humboldt Wednesday evening.- i : Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Morse, of Bode, were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Hcrman_.Kramer home. Mr. and Mrs. Hpllip Cooper and son Lloyd were Sunday evening visitors at IJie^AilJjM Jensen home at Rodman. .Lloyd;remained for a week; ,? \, £ Mr. and Mrs. Archie Hansen of Spirit Lake were Sunday callers at the George Cooppr home. Mr. and Mrs. Qlarenct''Kinseth, of Humboldt, wer.fe, Wednesday evening callers- "at ,>fne Oliver Kinsclh home. ^ George Warrior will undergo a major operatipn next Monday at the Mayo Clinic .at"HoCheSter, Minn. t, .'•* Mr. and Mrs. Fred.lumpen attended the graduation Exercises for the Gilmore City Senior class in esterelses for he theatrfe J^ere Ihg. JBefHaffl Sletkiftj 16ft Snd MflS. John SifetKlft, liid a'ftlatl^e of the Kamperis was to member -of tRe tffaduaHttS Class and was also valedictorian, Fol* I6wing the , exercises tWe' Karrt- pens Were gUfeats 1 ttf the .Siefkinfcy Mr .and Mr^l, •, Olive*r 'Kihseth and spn Jerr^ w^rfe Sunday dirl- nor guests at the James Barber home at West Bend. ' x Sunday dinner guests/ at the home ' of Mrs. Anna Longseth Were Mr. nad Mrs. Joe Lojhgseth and Mf\ ahd MPS. ttarbld Suftdtet aHd Bruce,Talk on Schools Given in Portland Portland—The Portland Progress club met -with Mrs. Chas. Scott Thursday afternoon. Twenty-five women attended. A report on a recent county meeting Was given by Mrs. Howard Sparks. A talk on what is wrong with our district schools was given by Mrs. Fern Drone. -Then a talk, what we-can 1 do and what prob-. ably will be done about the schools in the near future, was given. Contests were in charge of Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley Jr. Prizes went to Mrs. George Becker and Mrs. Clifford Young. To Missouri Hospital Mrs. Chris Bolie has been quite ill recently and Saturday was taken to Independence, Mo. Mrs. Bolie will enter a hospital there for consultation and possibly an operation. She will stay with a NOTICE OF AMENDMENT TO AftTlCLE OF INCORPORATION OF KUNZ GRAIN, INC. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that the Kun?. Grain, Inc., has duly amended Article I of its Articles of Incorporation which states the name and principal ofYlce and place of business of the corpora-i lion. This Article is amended by striking out the word "Wesley' and inserting the word '"Algona . The said amended Article shall be: "The name of this corporation shall be the Kunz Grain, Inc., Algona, Kossuth Co.. Iowa". Dated this 20th dav of May, 1948. KUNZ GRAIN, INC. By:. Arthur Maass. Vice President By: Fred A. Diekmann. Secretary U21-24 Suftdayf' V ' '„ < .-.. , . regular" morfthljL Farm Bti-> reau meeting was held;last'$teek Wednesday.\eswnihg at,the % £ Lfifseh hbffle, Latafit MeSrg Was* program chfelfmaH- "WfeedxLaW and Weed Cohfrdl" was dislotiSSted by Pat McEnroe. Mrs. HoWar'd Sparks was music sponsor, Chas, Scott read an article from a magazine. A good cr,o}tfd f attended: AlienS Graduation Mr, 'ahd Mrs.' Ray McWhorter look theii 1 trailer ahd drove to Rochester Sunday. Graduation Ceremonies were ' held at ' St. LOOK for thh Mark IDENTIFYING GENUINE UALITY CHEKD -%> • ,7*'' J '' >: 7^ »*« ; :W»* "^^«WWP'f^ ? f :rr^*'>'Pr'>^ ?-\»*fii;:;$ (*A«rt<* *#«**««!**(Mr l&^f.i^sr^fsjllrtl'rtf^,; 1 ;' ""*'"* "" f ' ^ V-ipAtJ.Hf& ; ****5*irt^ V ' V.fc'iHi'i h V. 1 * All" Wa\ flMfrflfeWM »«1« ft meunfflfe tht -«ir*rt* M Wn was ofie 6f"thd ciais. The ftettft will havg a few days vaeaMwr.ttr* «ether.|^ [ ^ Mrs! Martirt Becker spent fr6m TlhMdW flhtll Mfindsy. r JiJ " at thfe tfhees SehnapftbeiPi near ,M-Ve*fte, -Them •' , the' Herjfy,' Schnakeifber gs t Sbn '(Joiin, the Adblph Kdfesters' 8itterM$i a wedding at Avotf, & D,( Friday and speftt several days * ' E . 't 1 1 «t - .' fotti wnfefe* I sit ,*, lyfosii. , three Mighty you read, whef« a'great encyclopedia has sorted all basic ideas into a few select grotips. Under thb letter "T" they lia»c: Tertiperance - Truth' * Tyranny. Sounds like a funny combination. And to philosophize a little, liotlce that Truth is in the center^-frc- twccn Tyranny and Tempcrnnce, Now and then you hear folks criticize (temperate people who enjoy a moderate glass of beer... who talk about "two beers" getting some one into trouble, and claim: "Thoro^ought to be a law!" , m H. W. MILL , . i COUNTY ATTORNEY for Renomination /•'•''/•-•-, ' •'" • . . j kan Primary Election Never too Whatever its birth dote.., your car will live a longer life if you regularly drain out old oil and OIL- PI.ATE with Conoco N'*. And here's the reason, why. The moment N"'Motor Oil (Patented) enters your engine, a special added ingredient fastens an extra fijm of lubricant so closely to metal that cylinder walls and all working parts are literally OIL-PLATED ! This stays right up drain down to with your ^ That's wh> pjf protects fro«i} . . . from metal acids . . . from' due to- wear! for more date now . . , . . . OIL-PLATING . . won't all nkcase, even ie over nigh,i! :oi; Oil extra' jiction" starts combustion and carbon rotection . , -, quart, make a Copyrigbt 1918. CoDtlneutal Oil Company OIL-PLATE ! Knecht's Conoco Service Phone 32 791 i. State C. 6. Venteicher i and Serviw Honest, Efficient and Economical Administration of the Office of Kossuth County Attorney ••-'..'•: ^ v HIS RECORD DESERVES HIS ELECTION TO THE OFFICE . "<* * » YOURVOTl at the Republican Primaries June T Will Be Appreciated • M m (W Then Truth steps in between, and ' ,'ppjntij out that two beers never got anybody irito trouble—and that ^ somebody's trying to distort lha faclsi No, there shouldn't be n law , | — tftere thtMl.d be Truth. , From -\ylierc I sit) those iclefts ' are arranged just right. Tenlper 1 '' nji6e on one side, Tyranny on the ' other—and Truth in the middle— sowing that Tyranny never en. croaches upon Temperance. •: n't Copyright, 194R, United Slates Brewers Foundatiyi ;;

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