The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 10, 1950 · Page 22
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 10, 1950
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ft-Algono Upper De» Maine* Tuesday, January 10, 1950 College Students From Bancroft Back To School Bancroft — Students who returned to their classes after spending their holiday vacations with their parents, were Ileen Quinn, St. Joseph hospital, St. Paul; John Devine and James Bradley, Iowa City: Thos. Devine, Joseph Stork, Loras, Dubuque; Monica Mulligan, Omaha; Dorothy Cogley, Mary Eich, Betty Deitering, Brair Cliff, Sioux City; Bobby. Smith, Creighton, Omaha: Alice Inman, Wayne Nyman, John Govern, Luke and Martirt Hamilton, Ames; Harold Hamilton, Billy Deitering, Richard Garry, Joseph Schneider, John Murray. Jamos Welp. St. Thomas, St. Paul; Dennis Wolf, Gale university, St. Paul; Larry Nemmers, John Garrv, Eugene Fox, Eupene and Dennis Schumaker, Collegeville, St. Cloud; Thos. Egan, Pat Bradley, Marquette, Milwaukee, Wis.; Meredith Austen, Mankato; Mr. and' Mrs. Wm. Peterson, Phyllis Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Bertus, Northwestern Bible school, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Milne, Sioux Falls, S. D. he entered St. Mary's hospital for treatment. Mr. Lloyd has been in poor health for several months Attended A Funeral Bernard Long returned Wednesday after attending the funeral of a brother-in-law, A. W. Lampe, who died Christmas day at Joliet, 111. Art Long and Mr. and Mrs. Thompson earlier in the week. returned Ambulance To Hospital Thos. Garry drove to Ledyard, Monday, and from there he took James Lloyd to Rochester where Hostesses To Guild Mrs. Mansmith and Mrs. de Boer entertained the Ladies Guild at the Mrs. Manlsnuith home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. George Manus of Burt was an out-of-town guest. Has Major Operation Friends received word that Mrs. Ben Sudemier had a major operation at St. Joseph hospital, St. Paul, Wednesday morning. Mrs. Sudemier moved from here to St. Paul two years ago and has been ailing much of the time since she left here. Weekend In St. Cloud Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Welp spent the past week in St. Cloud with Mrs. Welp's parents. A New Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schiltz are the parents of a daughter, born Wednesday, Jan. 4. take his place in .the store. Mr. Garry will continue with his undertaking and ambulance service. Francis Kramer Weds Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kramer and family drove to Sioux City, Tuesday, where they attended the wedding of their son, Francis, to Geraldine Delhow, of Sioux City. Double Occasion Mr. and Mrs. William Farrow entertained their children and families New Years day on their wedding anniversary. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Blocker and Donald and Harold Farrow, Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Sandt and Harry Farrow. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hamilton are on an extended visit through California. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton have spent the past ten winters in California. John Bergman and Dean Mortenson spent New Years with friends in Minneapolis. Ann Cody began work after Mew Years after being absent from the Carmean drug store. favingi CO *» CHRIS AEKM A Uttto el TUt. • ei Thai; Mot Much of Anything. Takes New Position Thos Garry has resigned his position as manager of Kennedy Bros, store and expected a job as sales manager at the Deitering Garage. Mr. Garry has been employed in Kennedys the pas! seven years. Billy Kennedy will FARMERS Call for Our Daily Market Quotations on Your HOGS VEAL CALVES SHEEP WESTERN BUYERS ALfiONA.IOWA, STOCK BUYERS PUONHGjr Miss Cody has been ill for several weeks. Mrs. Lizzie Korrect returned to her home Wednesday evening after a three-week visit with her son, George, of Laurens. Mrs Korrect has been in poor health most of the winter but is feeling some better now. Terry Peterson of Excelsior, Minn., returned to his home after a week's visit with his brother, Craig. His grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Kohnke, and Craig took him to his home, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Lattimer left for a two-week vacation-trip to the Hot Springs. Mrs. Harold Hatten returned after a week's visit with her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ar- canda. of St. Paul. She accompanied her folks, Mr. and Mrs. C. Hagg, of Ledyard. G. H. Hess and Bill Van Hee of Marshall, Minn., spent the holiday weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Roy McGuire. Mrs. Joseph Williams and sons spent last week with her mother at Blue Earth, Minn. Wm. Goche has been very ill at his home for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schiltz and sons spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Schiltz. Mr. and Mrs. Schiltz moved from here to Waterloo a few weeks ago. Charles Quinn and Ed Goche drove to Hampton, Wednesday, where Charles acted as pallbearer for Mr. L. Sanders, who was buried at Hampton. Mr. Sanders was a friend of Mr. Quinn. Tommy Goche, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Goche, has been ill with pneumonia. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Vaske Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Knecht, Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Emil Vaske, Livermore; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Jones, Graettinger; Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Lynch, Lakota; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Quinn and Bridget, and Harold Fangman. Lyle Torrine, whcr spent last week in Algona, returned to his home, Saturday, with his father, who spent, the weekend, here. WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS Vest mm MS M in » "HI . tr ~ Om-secoadstarting I 19% faster warm-up / HEKE'S the new-formula winter gasoline, crammed full of fast-firing molecules to insure one-second starting. Here ... in new 1950 White Crown gas, is the confidence you want, the confidence that your engine will start. . . start fast. . . and btay started! Now get one-second starting . . . plus faster warm-up for your car .. . yes, actually 19% faster than tl.e premium gasolines in general use last winter. You cut engine sputtering and stalling, save your battery and save gasoline. Yes, and you g*st all the knock-free pouer your engine can deliver. And wherever you buy new STANDARD WHITE CUOWN CAKOLINK you get the same uniform, high quality. NEW AND BETTER 1950 WHITE CROWN GAS! Standard Oil Products Storm & Hopkins Super Service Phone 132 State and Jones Signed up L. C. Hutchilt* Irf Ihe Algona Coffee Gulper Club las week and he should be one of the most gulping members because on account of he gulps four cups 6: coffee every morning for breakfast. That's a record. In a year's time he has gulped 1,460 cups There are six cups in a quart (] know because on account of ] filled a quart milk bottle with six cups) and that means in a year L. C. gulps 243 quarts, or 61 gallons of coffee. One of these times I'm going to check on the number of gallons in a barrel and then I'll know how long it takes the new member, Hutchins, to gulp a barrel of coffee, so to speak. A Foroangen Nat chorus is about to be organized within the Upper Des Moines personnel because on account of there are six Scandihoovians out of the eleven members of the UDM personnel. A rehearsal has been called- ipr 4 bells next week and I've been selected to direct the chorus on "Forgangen, Nat Vor Sultne Kat. The' chorus should really go places because on account of every member can speak the lines'. The chorus goes like this: , . Forgangen nat vor sultne kat En ung og lakker mils fik fat Men da den i dette samme saa En rot saa lod den musen gaa; Og katten after rotten sprang Men fik en nase nok saa lang For rotten, musen, begge to ••• Slak lykkelig fra katten's klo. The UDM Forgangen Nat chorus consists of Stan Finsness, advertising; Roger Benson, news editor; Jack Larson, linotype operator; Andy Anderson and -hris Reese, printers; Clem JSr- "ander, advertising. And IMorck and Roy Chrfstensen an< I Tony Sorensen, Danish warblers hiave offered to give the chorus a lift on any future program. Wayne R. Will, announcer on radio station KLVT, Levelland, Texas, writes and suggests that \ slip to Texas some time and I'c find plenty good material down there for the Gulper memberships. He writes that oil well diggers are always in a hurry except when they gulp their Java and there are thousands of prospective members in the Gold Star state. Wayne, a former Algona gent, is a Gulper member, signed him up several years ago. And Wayne's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Will, also know their gulping of Java, both members. Maybe I'm a ; popular pup, so lo speak, because on account of there were 217 Christmas greet- _ng cards sent to our house Christmas time. And some of 'em were jrom big shots, too, including 3overnor Beardsley and Senator Hickenlooper, both republicans, and me a democrat. But they're both nice guys at that. I thought maybe Harry Truman was going o send me a card but he must lave forgotten. But the nicest thing that happened to me Christmas in getting those cards was hat the Algona post office bunch didn't put my box rent due dun n my post office box until after Christmas. And I call that being iwell on their part because on account of it would have taken much of the joy of card receipts out of my system had there been one of those darned off colored >ox rent duns among my joyous fuletide mail, so to speak. Pretty nice bunch, that post office gang, nd I like : 'em. Leo Bernhard, formerly of Ban- roft, but' now of Park Rapids, Minn., called on me last week and so became a member of the Cofee Gulper 'Club because on ac- ount oi he wants to start a club t Park Rapids. Says there are a ot of Scandihoovians in that neck f the woods and they're all Java ulpers. Leo has always loved his offee. The first new member for ihe Er- Gulpers to be signed up in 1950 Carj was Daryl McCoy, ,and I signed him up at the Municipal Airporl in Des Moines, where we were watching the planes take off. His car carried a 53 numbed plate so when I asked him was he far from home he said he now lived in Des Moines. With him were his parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. R. McCoy, formerly from here and so now they, tqo, are Gulpers. The elder McCoys, by the way, are bound for Florida for the winter and they promised to continue to gulp Florida Java as .they have always gulped Kossuth Java, so to speak. WOUNDED Kenneth Lorenzen, 14 year old Rock Rapids youth, received a rifle wound in the face recently. The bullet creased his chests entered his face near the eye and odged under the brain. His con- PHONE 229 dition is satisfactory. He can't re-1 he carried it into the barn, member just what happened, «*wa tireTiWlJtfY tti thinks he fell across the rifle as,l';EF It* lflBWg ; WE WAiTT IT1 introducing . . . 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