,.»j<V,,^. M , ? ,,j,,. , ( , ft .^ 'M " I Y" ''' **' *' • ? » ,' ' ' ."'. '«', ' } '. "; /'•'>—'> Ifl . attertded tHe youth to? y at ,the>ftreshyterian st Week Monday even- rtH representatives present tSwea City,. LedyardT lone - Buffalo -Center, Ramsey ned am the local Presby-and-,-Methodist churches. ' bout, - Spikes, on her birthday. Weekend visitors -at "the nd JJ«. 8 ybHy, t _„ v .. Mk1v .. wo « tuc r\t it** /\nQG til Wli'tjes played a eroup of -River Falls, Minn. 6*ilAA*lM«tM **.<£'*. AJ, Jl^i .a i»j * mt> _ t* „ . ' 4 . M. selections preceding the B| Invocation, the Rev. Ros- j Welcome by the pastor, fev. E H. Buschman; ttev. 's, Buffalo, Center, led in singing with Dorothy lan, as accompanist; Eldon i read scripture, and Merle Silk led t in prayer; ' vocal by Jimmie and Hilda e, accompanied by Mrs. •it; piano solo, Virgil Wirt[inter-denominational sex- frfrom Buffalo Center, sang, Isextette Is unique, in that lone represented is from a Nsnt' denomination. • "The S, City", a cornet solo, was Ja by Jack Werkerna, who accompanied by his father. 1st speaker ,thc. Rev. Sid- |Werkema -of Iowa Falls, Em a message in "What I 1 ,Ye of Christ", whjch was inspirational, v and chal- . The Rev. Werkerna then _ the aUdicnce with a mcd- Gospel Hymns on his ac- Ijpri, which Was much enjov- ^enediction by the Rev. L. pa of Lone Rock. few Location Ham Kcphart has purchase L. J. Needham building led by I. E. Wortman and Jloye his barber shop to the. [location as soon as extensive Deling has been completed. |and Mrs. H. H. Murray, Pa- jand Dennis, returned Sun- Torn a fishing trip at Alex.,„*,'Minn. i ! WJj£ ence Boettcher of Stock- .2 fl 3E Ul J 1 5, vlai t ln « his Patents, "-"land Mrs,- Henry Boettcher, «MTA-4 ( H her relatives. He plans on |wpendmg the summer here. were Mft a Elwer Wilson of Kattsa 8 Mr. and Mrs. William Sehaden- £« e i eft J°y. ln S a motor tfip iff Mjnfiesota arid Soutfi Dakota and Weeks g ° ne ^ bbttt ^ 0 The" Lakota Luckies 4-H dub met Friday afternoon, July , 11. Judith Ogren. PatrlclaW- Ik !? A? salads and Judlt n on Courtesy. The girls worked-on their book reports. 4u the ut,u , s with their daughter and family, the A. 13. Andersons at Thief . ,' - T - Buckolsand Buokels reutrned home after With ihe ai* The Rev, and Mrs. E. H. Busch^Ukena attended ^ uG ? or ge Pommer at . Christian Reformed church Thursday, July 15. l%t. Pommer was 69 years old and his Mrs - •luvnvanci Mrs. J. W.. Cook and thildren'.and Mrs. Cook's parents, Jtt. and Mrs. Ben Willsie, Clar- Hnda, Ia. f > who are visiting the Tooks, drove to;Fort Dodge last , tyk Sunday to attend a family tT « s i lst m', of Henry Schut— „. Buffalo. The Schutter family was born and reared on a farm west X Lakota. • The Wi . and Mr. and 'M'a. and t, , Fairmont, ., -had a picnic last week Sunday at Interlaken park, celebrating the birthday of Loi^Iiet lie .and Sandra 'Mulverhill. J " his . Novella . Zoller, , Me 1C" vi !l ted last Week wier mother, Mrs. Mary Zoller, find with her grandmother, Mrs. Jp.eter Hans. Grant 4-H Girl Tells Of Activr Af State Camp Swea & Eagle—Lois Jean Angle member and also president of the Grant township Go-Getters 4-H Our V-BELT Expert* ffficfeffcy tnm y«»r —fmrm —Sh*p .V," F.".,. '%*> , You m»y be using too tight k belt. Let our experts help you select the exact Catc»'i V-Belt you need. PRATT ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING •rr-- , T > "»- •» "cicftait;. irom her clujj to the girls state 4-H convention at Ames fronrMuly 71.0. There were 1,400 girls attendance from Iowa clubs. She reports a very pleasant trip and gained much information^M-" her club through the manyvihs'tr.uc- tive lectures, demonstrations) and was thrilled over the cl'ub-vgirls new uniform, ',, The Grant girls together, with their parents attended th& -Kossuth county sports festiv&P.Tues- day at an all day meeting. They entered'in two kittenball games, winning their first game aga'lnst the Lone Rock Lively 'Rockets 38-4, Their win placed V"' , e.m'-n the finals against WhitteBore girjs taem but they lost 22-^1;.'", ? Homemakers Picnic • The Swea-Harrison homemakers group and their families" held a picnic supper Wednesday--ey£h- ing n July 14 at the Swea v '."City park. Several families ''attended and everyone enjoyed a sbcial'ev- ening. The women will take>fl!ug- ust as a vacation month and"the next meeting-Awill,be .held-Sept.' 8 at Mrs. Oscar Cfn^deiT home..,!;. Takes Nurse Exams' ' ' '//' : ' Barbara Kluger visiteti last week at home of her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Renn Kluger, Des Moines. While in Des.>M,omes she took pre-hUrsing exam'fna- tions at Memorial hall, Drake university. Barbara is oldest daughter of Roy Klugers. Guest At Shower A . Mrs. Ralph Walker Jr. , was lonored at a miscellaneous shower Monday evening, July 12 at the home of Mrs. Gre'gor'Deim. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Ed Peterson .and Mrs. Albert Swanon. . Goes To Air Corps Darold Gable, son of Mf. and Mrs. Martin Gable, who recently enlisted in U.<S. ser- Tice, left Wednesday for San Antonio, Texas, where he will train for three months' Montgomery Ward Wants , ,ocal-Representative . In Algona ••m To the woman who can qualify as ow local Sales ReprescjU^ivo, Montgomery Ward can offer ^n attractive positipn of,responsibility with a sub- stantiftJ' income. 'Work consists "of maintaining $ catalog }ibra,r^/ followvup sales' work, and personal solicitation, fov new customers. Applicants shou' J Ijave the fQllowjng qualifipations: Age tf to 45, «, Wgh .schtfoj. education, brpad Ipcal- acquaintance, regjd^pge^ioyAJgon^ with tejephwe facilities, aj able 1 ifrdevoa fulj time ta/JJiis wprk s (40 hqurs- ss ; experience is. desirable, but not , l»e position, as we will give, ypu t training, " . ''*'"'-••' , . , . , In' yoyrt reply, pleage §tgte your , a status n^mber O f dependents with ages, elation, compete business exptviewe, if 4 ny, lifting name each Pmpjqyer. ^4 length, of . sepyjpe, m $ ^ 9 sonjl reference Referees w|« not b,e ygrjfi«4 K? f w P |oy ^ contacted, witteut.ee^f Artdrsw rppliw la ». ; t«wj». GlMiftl Perw ml M. n ,ge, ( JjtaliHrtif.aS!JBpf if8 '*' - f tffy^ Great proparntion is ' niJi e? ft .it tov ? n9hlp lor the Old Settlors' picnic to be held Suhdfly, July 25 at the Grant scnpol, James 1, Deliver, ropre* sentativo to Congress from Iowa's Sixth congressional district, will be a speaker. Birthday Surprise Mrs. Arden Jongbcrg was pleasantly surprised upon her birthday Thuisday afternoon When a number of relatives brought lunch and spent the af- ternqon. Present were Mesdames W. C.« Peterson, Emil Larson, John and Ellis J,ongberg, Lowull Larson, Francis Tonne and Mary Johnson. Mrs'. R. .G. Evenson of Elgin, 111., and her sister Mrs. Frank Naugle, Chicago, who are visiting their parents W. O. Nelsons, Spirit/Lake, spent last Wednesday Visiting their uncle and aunt the E. S. Bergesons. •Sam Link who was a patient at Park, hospital, Mason City, returned home last Tuesday.' Mi-, and Mrs. Lyle Schueler and two daughters of Chicago arrived a week ago to visit at parental Henry Schueler home. Rev. and Mrs. Everett Bexcll and children of Andover, II]., visited last week at home of his parents R9bert Bexell's and their many friends here. Oliver Crossley of Amies and Mrs. Martin, Molinder and daughters Edith and Myrtle were Friday afternoon visitors at the home of Mrs. Emil Larson. Mrs! Laila Peterson of Kansas City, Mo:, returned to her home Friday alter 6 short stfl^~«f h§f ^arehts Ahdrew Bewts. Rofumiflff with Mrs. Petet'soft 'WAS her -sftiafl son Gary who has been With 1 hfS grandparents the pfest year. * Locate Brother Day After Last Rites Were Held Swea City — Johnny Karsteft, son of Mr. and Mrs. John r£ar^ steri, arrived home Sunday rtiorn-> ing, July 18, after completing two years in the navy. He was discharged on July 8 at Jackibn- ville, Fla., from which placfe he drove to Chicago .with friends. At Chicago he was giveh- thp message that his brother Vincents body, brought from New Guinea for final burial, had arrived home, but the message reached him the day after funeral; services had, taken place. Johnny, who is a graduate of the Swea City high school, will resume his college work at Io\va States college, Ames, this fall. Friends and relatives from a distance who attended the Vincent Karsten funeral at St, John's church, Bancroft, on Tuesday included Mr. and Mrs. Phil Wilmes and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Sandt, Armstrong; J. M. Elmore and Mr. and Mrs. James Elmore,. Algona; the Art Doocys,' Lakota: Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kunkel, Lut Verne; Joseph Lendway, St. Paul, Minn.; and Mr. and vMrs. George Kunkel, Algona. , Mr. Kunkel was an army budy of of the deceased solder, D an , d Mrs - Hen J-.V Broderson .Hocahontas, together with WJeir daughter Mrs. Qilbert Cor||S and family of Swea City, ^ere Sunday guests at the John .arslen home. -.~_. A. H. Hundeby, ---..time Swea City business people, who recently moved to Algona, have sold their home inero and will move to Minne- jSt at an ear ty date. Mr. Hundeby will enter business with his wife's brother', there Mr and Mrs. Al Krueger'arid daughter Katherine Ann came Sunday to spend a few days at 'the Rov. Peter Peters home.' Mrs. Peters is Mr. Krueger's sister. Mr. ana Mrs. Krueger were to return home on Tuesday, while Kather- ifie Ann will remain for the rest Of the week. Ray Smith returned Friday from a business trip to St. Louis, headquarters of the Purina feed firm, with which he is associated. ..Mrs. Floyd Smith and daughter Patricia returned Thursday from Rochester, Minn., where Patricia Completed her consultation of doctors at the Mayo clinic. ., Howard Smith, Shell Rock teacher who is attending summer school at Cedar Falls, spent the Weekend with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smith. m SOME GOOD NEWS ABOUT CANCER 1 • George Of Woden Dead Wesley —, Friends here were shocked and saddened Tuesday when informed of the death of George Pommer of Woden, Tuesday, ..and a number of Wesleyans attended the funeral at the German Reformed church, Thursday afternoon. He is survived by hi's Widow, the former Bertha Lpoft, a former Wesley resident, two sons and two daughters from his first marriage. All are married. Mrs. Pommer's children attended the funeral. They are Henry Looft and family of Seneca, Johnette, her husband, and two children of Grand Island, Neb., Margaret, now Mrs. John Hendrich, her husband and four children, and Grace, Looft of Milwaukee. Guests Af St. Joe St. Joe—Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Schneider had as weekend guests from Litchfield r Minn., Mrs. Annie .Schneider and daughter Marguerite, Ms. and Mrs. H. ' A, Luedtke, and Mrs. Wm. McGraW and son Gary. Mrs. Annie Schneider is, Wilfred's mother. fugtday, July 20, 1948 Upplr tilt M«to Big Ditcher Busy Bode Bjide— WdffcliM! on a iU-houf shift, probably one of the largest drag-line ditchers to be found anywhere, is operating on four farms^ near here, connecting with an old ditcli. This is expected to be an all-summer's job. The farms through which the "spur" is being run are owned respect- ively by Mandius 'Kahsttft, 3 old Larson; 4 Jean, WaisbhV Wilbur Rood. Chaperones Af Lakes t, V"* 0 **, fwi». 4 r- Mrs, Cfaretltfe', Reibhoff and Mrs. Roy SfifcHfett' are chaperoning a group 6f,y6uflr people at Methoji earhp at the Okobojis this week. Betty Saf*: chett has been there for several weeks, assisting in the dlftifltfi' room at Asbury hall. 1C MOVING Oft STORING 1 r YOUR HOUSEHOLD GOODS contact Brady Transfer & Storage Co. Fort Dodge, Iowa Van Lines, inc., in your locality J s Largest Long Disiince Moving Service Pb«\;«",s, eqU1 ?V ne / lt ' coni P ele ni and courteous service. Phone or wnle for estimate on any moving problem. — : - • . . Utf •it' ir 1 Approximately one in four of the .„„, , lives lost each year in the United States from ^cancer could be saved if the knowledge already, ; in existence could be mrfde available to all- S Assuming that the knowledge is acted * promptly. Here are the danger signals: ; 1; Any lump or thickening, *4; Persistent it 5:Sudden changej in'the form or grbytfc''$f.;ii.'.ijiole .-'/ especially of the breast. .2. Irregular bleeding or ;'' - charge; from any of the '"> body openings; or. wart; 3. Any sore that does not . heal; " two or three weeks; 7. Regional '. At tfieT appearancToV suspicious t • at once. For prompt, expert prescription^ service', "call on jij.'- 5 P E C I PHONE 252 ALGONA , IOWA "TWO GALLONS OF GAS! A^ND WATER THE FLOWERS^ FIX THE SHOWER, FEED THE CANARY A|)lp ^URN OUT THE LIGHT UNDER THE POTATOES!" ' Our Regular Customers ' know thqt we wouldn't be surprised by such a request for service as the lady in the above picture is making. We are accustomed to giving you that extra service t(iat makes you a regular customer at Allen's too, TrM MS for™ LUBRICATION UNPERSfjAI, CAR WASHING , MOTOR TUNI'MP CAR POLISHING OViRHAUL, WHEEL ALIGNMENT BATTERY TIRE REPAIR ^ A Double « i< Exposure to BOTTLED SUNLIGHT .... Makes You AppearThe Picture of Health. A Large Milk-Intake Insures Sturdier Bones, More Calcium Content . . . More Wholesome Refreshment, Year Round Vitamin D . . .For You. Order A Quart A Day For Each Member Of The Family. :.„ ' BUTTERFAT PRICES During the month of June the Algona Cooperative Creamery Co. paid the following prices per cwt. for butterfat on a whole milk basis. JUNE 1-15 Wholemilk Butterfat_._$!.13 Sweet Cream Butterfat .95 First Grade Butterfat.. .93 JUNE16-30 Wholemilk Butterfat...$1.10 Sweet Cream Butterfat .92 First Grade Butterfat.. .90 / 1 : i DISTRIBUTORS OF PASTEURIZED B. D. TESTED MILK PASTEURIZED B. D. TESTED CREAM IOWA STATE BRAND BUTTER ~~ POWDERED MILK PEL GAS Al-CO-TEXGAS Al-COGAS V ;.'•. Al-COQIl VEE.DOLTRACTOR Qil [\ -'•*- I *NON-TAXABL1 TRACTOR FUEL OIL DISTILLATE AND KEROSENE . .V /. t **-.
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