The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 1, 1948 · Page 11
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A t»n* 61 Thli, t tllll* 6t Th*l; Mot Much 61 Anything, i i •\ b ( .» k i * >» % i» Jahh G. Van Ness, O f Alice, Texas, sM of our townsman fi. J. van Ness, in a letter to his father Writes'of how the Texans gulp their coffee. The letter in part, says: "1 read about the Coffee Gulpers • Association that Chris Reese ,;of the Upper ties Moinesl has organized. This state should be a fertile field f&r Ills 'association for I have- never ifi''nSy existence ever seen coffed'iic-nsunv od in such quantities and''as often as down here. In th/e .middle of the morning and afternbwi nil of the local cafes are loaded with people, no one eating a meal, all just drinking coffee, People have their coffee pots on from, morning to night and far* into the night. Whenever 1 go'dowrt town to meet anyone I know, we always have to adjourn Ho the nearest cafe for a cup of coffee. 1 think our consumption here at pUr house is double-What it has been in the past." And so John has riow been signed up in the Gulpers and he will probably see to it that the Gulper membership in'Alice will grow, af it should. the "Ka Keek T^fdub" eon- LEAN'S • '• • • . •* , ladies 17-Jewel Grant * $ ; ' '. ••;,'• '-,'.'/. '•.•''•' .''••..' i- Ladies 17-Jewel Watch. 1 OK Rolled gold plate with stdin- less steel back, raised gold figures, gold hands and cdr,d band. . * ' $27^75 *«• <, GIFTS-WATCHES-WATCH REPAIR II I k andidate For H COUNTY >fj>S^ • Primaries Monday, June 7 YOUR YQfi ANO INFWiNCi WJkl tinuos to grow 'apdcfe, especially since the warrhef Weather has set iti and new meftibers of the pasf week .are Herb Medlu'nd, Dwaitie Lighter, L. A, figgea.'Chas. Paxson, Fred Dlekman. "Curly" Pratt, Earl Sprague, Glen Crilly. Tie-Less members are all agreed that there should be a law, na- tlohal and $UM,e, ; which would provide lor "he .burning of all neckties, except one lortely ahd appropriately shaded one that could be -worri to ehurch ( 'I'here is no other occasion which necessitates any .guy choking himself with a tie from June 1st until Labor Day. Of eourse there are some men who. wear a. tie just to save washing their hecks too often and xthen there are others who wear a tie to hold their shirt collars together in lieu of a button, so to spealcV ; t like the way the city authorities have painted parking lines in the streets the past week, nice big flat lines which anybody can't help but'see'and it m'akes it so much easier fOi 4 the police to spot the driver whose sight is so poor that he parks over ' a line and takes up two sppces, so to speak. The lines are so big and plain that I almost stumble over 'em but that's O.K. because on account of it's a swell improvement made by the city, so to speak. And now I'm told the police will discontinue the courtesy ticket to the driver who parks overtime and.that's suits me swell too, If I p'aik my jitney 'over two hours on the main drag I'll kick in cheerfully when I ReVan over- parking ticket* There is no reason why it should take me over two hours to go in and gulp my coffee. month h (1 get one) ,«ftd.'it'4 ; ^. Ralph doe8ft'l",wrii&,jggj«t suiuiJrs, ot flehiftg*' or? CflnaneiS, but he said this week that %f were only -$424,000,000 ' Ift POO bills it this country fdttejV-" I hasten to a36U'f6 Kim that iHaVe- n't a single one of those $600 bills and neither Bill Bft,fry Jf. ( ,nof Dick Post, nor Ray Ifdftf' Wotild commit themselves about 1 how many $500 bills they had, . Straw hat iim« (i h*f6 ftfld i*v> eral of our Alfeona geftts Have dug out their straws aftd -are wearing 'em. 1 have on6, too, but 1 didn't get it out the bast Wdek because on account ^ of it didn't have ear laps. Matt Amfahr offered to lend me a " night fcao which I could have woftt Under my straw on the Cold days. He said he never used it any more and I could keep it, too. But I got a couple of those,, /two too many as it is. I'll be wearing my straw' from ho,w on', though' because on account of sumnief is here. Got a letter from 'Governor Robert D. Blue the other day and he wrote that he was tickled to see so many of his . gulper friends in his home town, Eagle Grove, line up in the Gulper Club. I took in the fish fry at the country club put oh by the Kossuth County Conservation League .. one night last week and the fish (I suppose'a trout is a fish) tasted so good'that I joined up with the league and I'm now a full fledged''member ahd you just watchi-anii <.see how the League Will' 1 go, 'p'lsfces, from now on. I admit that»a0out the only con- servgfion with? which I'm familiar, and whicla^ I practice is that of conserving-"' on cigarets and hanging off'to pennies. But Fred Timm and'-'Bil Dau and Henry Becker are 1 going to take me on and give 'ma lessons so rll know what it's,, all about and so I'll know the difference between a perch and '& pickerel or a gully and a lakej.; or a pheasant and a row, and-so'forth. I never realized how dumb I was until I joined up with the League, but Vom now on I'm going to town in a conservation way. -. _.. .. . ^_ Recently when Bill Barry Jr. wrote about ,cpltifninists he ne-. ^glecjed ijtq injentnJh,,l|Salph ; 'Millen wh*p/alsaj wMtes,,3$.column and£ mails; it to ;a jfotjbf folks evgry' Seneca 4-H Picks Camp Delegates, Plan Tour 22nd Seneca: Francis , Culbertson and Billy Moore were elected as delegates to the District, : 4-H camp to be held at Clear Lake June 8-10. Bob. Moore was: elected to attend the'/FoUi'-H short course at Ames, when thti Seneca Progressive Farmers * 4-H club met at the -homo of .'Billy and<• Blainc Jensen Wednesday evening. '.:• • Jerry Crouch . discussed ' the "Do's" and "Donts'-' of feeding livestock and Everett ktocke talked on the "Prevention attd t-oMrol of Disease". Seventeen boys wfere present and answered roll call by reporting on their 4-H project. Plans were also made for the annual club tour to be held June 22 beginning at the Culbertson home. A picnic dinner waf planned for noon. A new member, Donald Wilberg, joined the club at this meeting. At th'e close of the meeting refreshments were served by Mrs. Jensen. Pre-NupJial Shows* Hostess,, Mrs. Millen Jensen was one of the hostesses at a pre-nuptial sho,wer honoring her niece Leona Jensen 1 at the St.' Paul's Lutheran church at Ringsted on Thursday afternoon. The wedding will lake place Sunday,. June 6. Jensen ^aby' Baptized Mr. and Mrs. Ted Jensen had their infant daughter Barbara Jill, baptized at the local Lutheran church Sunday by the Rev. Harry C. Molstrc. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Erdahl of Blue Earth and Dr. and Mrs. Perry Jensen George, Iowa. A family dinner was held at the Jensen home at noon in honor of the event. Guests in addition to thf> sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Je'nsen of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cooper of Algona were • Sunday dinner guests at the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. : Roy Osborn. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Reckten- \vald, former Serteca school superintendent, visited last week at HEADQUARTERS FOR QUALITY PAINT SUPPLIES Our store is a haven for professional and amateur painters. We've a complete line of top quality paints, brushes, mixors, scrapers . . . everything you need ! fl^f to do a first rate paint job.' * .' " • *• EVERYTHING FOH THE i * • TQOL CHEST Saws^-.$2.25 to 58 Yankee Push Drill Screw Drivers 3.50 Planes._.75c to S3 6-ft. Folding Rules ___65c» Wood Chisels __ _.'_ 65c to $2 Auger Brace. $3.45 Levels, 10-in! to 48-in. Wire Brushes _30c To Dairy Day and Picnic Thursday, June 3rd ."•''. -. • . ':• •"-'" : I ' ''•' ' " ' •• '>.-:• : • . Wa want to express our congratulations to The Dairymen of • *» i / ' Kossuth County and surrounding communities hi the many »• ' * * achievements you have attained in improving dairy sanitation as well as attaining new heights for.better dairy products, 7 / ' You are cordially invited to visit us during your stay in Swea citv ' '. ' V •'-''' ' *-• ' * -' - " - ,t . " -' V|'s, '• The Association Will Be Showing the Free Movie In Our Building! • i ~ , s ' * LINDE IMPLEMENT CO. Fred lopft f Mr»r^%/ \/'^J-j;'.. ''.j;,. Sgrge Sfllei & 5ervi?e PHONE 64 Allen Looft * 9 f , the Jens Pelersoft home 'and with bther Seneca friends. Mr. and Mrs. German Geilenfeldt entertained Thursday evening at dinner in honor of their son Jerry's fifth birthday. Guests included his grandparents, Mr; and Mrs. Led Leinjnger of Algona. Dorothy Osborn is working at the Jens Petersen home for a few days. Mrs. Petersen has been suffering from neuritis in one irm and shoulder. Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence Saxton and family and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Osborn and family attended baccalaureate services at Fair- Tuesday, June 1, 1941 mont on Sunday afternoon. Lila Jean Lidke was one of the senior graduates! Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Emil Blekwen and daughter Norma Jean. Curtis and Jerry Olsen took Mrs. Clay Boyd -to Minneapolis on fhUfsday ate..v where she tonk/tfie If home at Mosfcd^i They wer'e also Minneapolis by who had M feppoii eye specialist tKt._. _ home Friday aftd'rhboft*,-, SEE L S. 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