The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 9, 1946 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 9, 1946
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ffgSiQwff^llPig^fs S13L MISSIONARY FROM AFRICA TO SPEAK JULY11ATLAKOTA Lakota: The Women's Mis- iibha'ry Society of the First Presbyterian church, Lakota, will have its annual one o'clock luncheon oh July 11 at the church with Mrs. L. J. Buyse as guest speaker. Mrs. Buyse has •forked in the Belgian Congo for nearly 15 years. The Buyses are survivors of the Zom Zom which was shelled and sunk- in thc.-'South Atlantic jh 1941. •'• -v ••? * '< The public is cordially invited. At" Funeral Services . Mrs. Berxis Janscn, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jansen, Eugene Jansen, Mr. and Mrs. Elso Jan- scn, Lakota; Mr. and Mrs. Her- fnan Janscn, Buffalo Center; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ewing, Swea City; Mr. and Mrs. John Rippen- tfipV,Wesley; attended the funeral o* Miss Henrietta Jansen, daughter ot John Jansen, and his late \vife at the Presbyterian church at Kamrar, la., last, week Monday. ' Out of 8«*fie* Glen Mabus, son of Mr. and Mr~s. Will Matous, who has been in Pearl Harbor, came home last week after his discharge from service. He was in service ,18 months. , ; ; "; Mrs. Bertha Wecklef of Kansas is visiting her sister Mrs. Anna Ogfen. The G. O. Johnsons have moved into rooms in the C. R. Lewis house in the south part of town. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Snow of Lake Park arc visiting with Mrs. Snow's sister, Mrs. Melvin Ukena and family. Mrs. I. E. Wortman returned fiom Kansas City the firs. ni. last week after a short vL'r with her son Don ni.Ka;i,as City. Mrs. Ralph Powers and two sons of Buffalo, N. Y., are visiting at the home of Ralph's .par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Powers. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Schissel, Joe and Sue, left last week Sat-, urday for their cottage at Spirit Lake, where they will spend the summer. Edwin Aspinwall erf New York City spent last weak Monday and Tuesday with the ReV. and Mrs. E. H. Buschmah of the Presbyterian church. Glen Klocke, Marvin Klocke and Kenneth Patterson were,last week Sunday visitors at the Mar-i old Keisters" at Elmorc. All of the boys.were at one time pupils of Mrs. Keister. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Field and daughter Deloris, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Field and Mrs. Minnie. Field, all of Goldficld, came last week Sunday for a short visit at the Harry Mussman's. Mrs. A. E. Anderson and little daughter came home from the Buffalo Center 'hospital last Week Saturday. Mr. Anderson's mother from Houston, Minn., is helping in the Anderson home here. Eight women from Rake surprised Mrs. Herman Jutting, formerly Mary Elaine Smith, last Centennial Days Special m B > r»- i , Wednesday and j Thursday, July TO -11 WEATHER WIZARDS Rain, shine, hot or cold? The Old Witch will tell you 8 to 24 hours in advance of rain, corresponding to the amount of moisture in the air. THESE HAVE BEEN SELLNG AT $1.49 SPECIAL AT 98c HUXTABLE FIRESTONE STORE.. ALdOKA ' week Monday by comiflg to jtelp her celebrate a birthday.. Thjs* brought a picnic lunch And a gift of a nice rug to* the haftefee. Mr. and Mrs. Alffed. Mdensbh, Manchester, S. D., came last Week Monday for a 'visit 'With Mrs. Anderson's bfothef fthd wife, Mr..and MrS> F., Qus.Tof- inel j Aiidthar sister; jahd .frfrnily, the i Ed; Hultsrstruftis! are expect-. ed later: ' ' ' > ' Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jansen drove^ to; Algona last iyeek-Sun' day morning to meet their soh La-' mont, who'came home from Des Molnes, where he Was pitcher for the Junior Legion baseball team of Algona, \yhere they played for the Centennial. Mrs. Maude Hamilton spent the week of June 24-27 at Spi.rit Lake where she attended the Mason Conclave at Templar Park. Mrs. Hamilton Jr. brought her .home Thursday. The Robert Hamll- tons Jr. are staying at the Hamilton cottage at Spirit Lake while Robert Hamilton I! is working there. 4AML Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Smith, Lakota, and Mrs. ohn Pink of Buf- kota, drove to Minneapolis June 27, taking the women's brother William Rickord home after a two weeks visit here. The following day the Smiths and Mrs. Pink accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Rickord to Aitkon, Minn., to attend the funeral of an aunt, Mrs. Mary Rathburn, who was almost 90 years old. The visitors returned, to Lakota Saturday. FWlough At Lakota Lakota: Pvt. V.erle Elwood is home on a 30-day furlough from Fort Lewis, Wash. '•« Mrs. Elwood works part time, in, the Hcrtzke Grocery. ''' ( Drinks Ant Poison Fenton: Thursday Jerome, 2- year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Zwiofcl, accidentally drank some ant poison. He was taken immediately to Dr. Jolley.' .Fortunately Jerome • completely recovered. WANT. ADS BRINGS RESULTS H. W. POST DRAY A> T D TRANSFER Storage of All Kinds Long Distance Hauling Every load insured against loss and damage of all kinds. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling and draying. PHONE 298 Algona, la. This Is Iowa's 100th Birthday - And it's Our Seventh VIKING OIL CO^ ' 7th ANNIVERSARY • _•'..* >,»w»44«*k.t '' $ulliyl!^^ iBM^B»i6sK:^i'^S^M?i!i«Si«';feS^:*; III this year, the VOtlng Oil Co. opened for business ... at the site of its present station and bulk plant near the Milwaukee depot in Algona. 4946 - Today, In its seventh .year, the VlkW Oil Co. maintains its original station n;id bulk plant, besides a number of of others thru- out this territory. ' On the 10th day of July, the VIKING OIL CO. marks its seventh year of operation . A and now* with Iowa, we celebrate our 'birthday'! Under the direction of E. B. Carlson, partner and manager, the Viking Oil Co. has grown from its one station and bulk plant at Algona to a company that serves fanners and does business throughout this section. Units,of the company arc located as follows: ALGONA (retail and bulk plant) HAMPTON (retail and bulk plant) FOREST CITY (retail and bulk plant) BURT (retail gas and oil station) EMMETSBURG (retail gas & oil station) SEXTON (retail gas and oil station) BRITT (retail gas and oil station) CLARION (retail gas and oil station) VikingOilServesFarmersWell-from Bulk Plants One of our specialized services is serving farmers . . . the Viking Oil Co. bulk plant truck will call at your farm to supply your gas and lube oil needs. We give quick, efficient service, and we know your needs, Phone 530 for Viking Oil service to farmers, or call any of our pther bulk stations. Farm Delivery with Quick Service • Pennsylvania and Mid-Continent Lubricating Oils and Grease • Quick-Charger Battery Service Expert Tire and Tube Repair While You Wait • Regular and Ethyl at the Pump f • Phone 530 for Farm Delivery MEET THE BOYS WHO SERVE YOU OVT OF ALGONA . ., at left is LeRoy (Roy) Stoffel, bulk trucji opir erator, and at right, Robert (Bob) Bmin, who is happy to serve you at the Algona station, near Milwaukee deppli, : JUBILEE AT FOREST CITY ) (The Rev. ; Q.: A; BafSalouV Soft fetfcgational ipast6r at Fdrest City, recently had charge of a 75th aft- hiversary^pWgf ami for the church there. .A •. *' ..'.'.- ••\\y Mr. BMsaloU is a former Kos- swth mrial teacher 6f~m0fe' than 50 years ago, and when Herbert Quick taught at Wesley Mf. Barsalou was teaching northwest of that town. He gave up teaching to enter the ministry, and was first a Methodist pastor, but after some years changed -to thd Congregational church. Mr. Barsalou went to the Forest, City parish in 1039, and during his pastorate 44 members have been added to the church. Mrs. Barsalou died suddenly two years ago, and a daughter is keeping up the home for her father, Mr. Barsalou was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barslou, pioneer Portland farmers. The family later lived at Bancroft, where P. M. practiced law. 60 Attend Shower At Lone Rock For Mrs. Dale Earing Lone Rock: A miscellaneous shower' in honor of Mrs. Dale Earing, nee Marjorie Pettit, was held at the Lone Rock church .parlor Wednesday evening with around 60 persons present. The program consisted of one .game, with Mrs. E. M. Jensen as winner of the prize; Mrs.' Earing opened j the many lovely gifts with the assistance of .Mrs. Walter Dacken of Algona and. Vsrnon . Rodig.- Lunch was;served by the hostesses, Jessie Stebritz, Bernice Jensen,; Mary Flaig, Rose Kraft, Agnes Dudding of Bancroft, Ella Hanna of Fairmont, Minn,, Mary Hutchinson of Burt, Esther Flaig, Fern Kruegcr, Myrtle Priebe, Floyd Marlow, June Bicrstedt, Viola Dacken of LuVerne, Rel-- zine householder, Margaret Pettit, Elvira Pettit of Fenton, Phyllis Hanna, Cecil Seegebarth, Dorothy Howe of Emmetsburg .arid Evelyn Earing. Four Corner Girls Enjoy Lake Trip Four Corners: Mrs.. Everett Witham.chaperoned Ruth ' Ann Elbert, Nina Kollasch, Vera Patton, Anna Mae Erpelding and Ellen William .at a 4-H gathering at GJear Lake here recently. They left, Friday and returned Sunday evening. . The girls club is called; HWhittemore Winners." Florida .Visitors , ,.,; Mrs. N'. R. RbBihson afid MrS. Nellie. uSands, Fla., have been visiting at .the home of Mr. and Mrs. C.-'.-N.-. Robinson since last Tuesday^ Mr. Robinson is the son and); brother of the two ladies. .-:• .:•: • Surprise",on .Anniversary A surprise dinner was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert-Walker last Sunday in honor o f their ' wedding'; anniversary. •Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom and family, Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Broesder and family, Irvington;- :i Mr. a"nd Mrs. Orvillc Holdrcn . and family, and Mrs. Violet Walker and sons -Raymond and Durwood. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller entertained Mrs. N. R. Robinson and Mrs. Nellie Sands at dinner last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham nttfended the Farm Bureau picnic at Algona on Wednesday. Dnner guests at the home o; Mr. and • Mrs. Keith Stephens on Friday i were Mrs. N. R. Robinson and- Mrs. Nellie Sands of Flor ida. 1 •••.•'• •' ' , Mrs.- Ray Smith helped, he daughter |Mrs. Herbert Wallace Fenton, can meat last' Tues day. .1 Sunday, dinner guests at the home'of i Mr-, end Mrs. Ray Smith were Mr, and Mrs. Emil Person and family and Mr, and Mrs Donald Nelson of Lone Rock. Dairy Herd Ass'n Makes June Report Rossuth No. '1 Dairy Herd Im provement Ass'n tested 15 'herds it June a total of 282 cows in all, ac cording to Lester Gingerlch, su pervlsor. , Butterfat highs -were as follows Owner Cow Milk B. F J. I. Peer..... ....... Connie 1928 73. J. I. Peer ............ ......Ida 1716 70. W, H. Bosworth Blue Bell 1314 .<87, Loren Brown Queen Rose IgOS Hugh Black ......... .Marie 2403 Floyd Bode ............ Daisy 1537 Alfred 'Meyer ........ No. 4 1827 60, The annual meeting of the Kos suth No. 1 Ass'n will b$ held Jul 11. Anyone interested in becomln a member should contact the SAI pervlsor by that time, l Young People To Presbyterian Camp A number of Al£on3 people will attend the summc conference of Presbyterian yo July S to 14 at Lake Okpboji. Named to attend the North west Iowa Conference at Ciun foster are David McKim, Peterson, Bill Quderian, Sprensbn, llelen fammen, Ann Vaughn and Dale Attending the O^ ihigh camp will foe 1 Kowi Jr, Stanley Sorenson. M«r> MeKim, Harriet Br<w>py Pre^fr kj ]Uangmack, .RjchariJ Amun^e a«d Sheila -,,^.§iSiiifil y^^i^iiij^, BUILDING SUPPLY CO. EVERYTHING in the Building and Household Supply Line! * Pratt and Lambert Paints '¥• Floor Coverings * Eagle Home Insulation ¥ Eagle Business Insulation .'* Allmetal \Veatherstrip ** Roofing and Siding *, Expert Floor Resurfacing * Wallpapers and Glass * Oil, Turpentine, Lead •K Painters Supplies f. 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