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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 2, 1942
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The Alton*, tow*. Jon* a. im SWEA CITY GIRL WRITES FOR BIG MUSIC MAGAZINE Swea City: Esther Smith, who has been English and music Instructor In the Convlth high school, has received word from the Etude music magazine that an article writ-, ' ten by her has been accepted for publication. The article, entitled "The Church Pianist and Her Problems" and written under the psudonym of "Charlotte Ballou", will appear in a forthcoming issue. The Etude is one of the oldest and most highly rated musical journals in the nation. Miss Smith is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter O. Smith. (Mr. and Mrs. Will Harris of Wll- mar, Minn., were Memorial Day guests at the George Butterflcld home. The ladies are sisters. Mrs. George Butterfield, Sr., returned Thursday from a week's visit with her daughter and family, the Will Siemens of Madelia, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Smith, Mrs. Harry Honken and son, Gary, all of Buffalo Center, were Sunday guests at the John Alberts home. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McCrary spent Memorial day with his mother, Mrs. Jennie McCrary. Roy-1 mond operates a grocery store atf Ventura. The tennis courts at the local school grounds are being improved by Custodian Wm. Christensen. New back stops have been constructed and other repairs made. The Leo Kolpin family of Estherville have moved into the Hewitt house, formerly tenanted by the Cecil Griffiths. Mr. Kolpin is the new service man for the D. E. K. rural electrification project. Darlene Kesler was a Minneapolis visitor last Friday, making the trip up by bus from Armstrong and returning with a car which she is to drive to the west coast for the party by whom it is owned. The local chapter of Order of Eastern Star will hold a friendship meeting at the lodge rooms on June 5. A special program wil! be presented and a number of out- of-town guests are expected to attend. Raymond Lanning of Webb was Real Chick BARGAINS IN DAY OLJO AND STARTED BABY CHICKS White Leghorns, Austra- Whites, Leghorn-Rocks, and heavy breeds $7.90 per hundred. STARTED CHICKS 2 to 4 weeks old at sacrifice prices. Come in before it is too late. last Hatch June 13 Swea City Hatchery Phone 35 SWEA CITY, IOWA a visitor at the home of his aunt, Mrs. Walter O. Smith, Wednesday. Mr. Lanning was enroute to Austin, Minn., to attend to making Improvements on a farm he recently purchased near that place. The high wind on Wednesday damaged shade trees at various places in town. No loss to buildings Is reported but most property owners had plenty of dead wood and other debris to clean up, especially after the rainstorm that came late that. night. Daily vacation Bible school will start at the First Baptist church on June 1 and will continue until June 12. The staff of teachers will Include two workers from the Northwestern Bible school In Minneapolis, as well as local Instructors. Attendance in past years has been around 80. The Baptist Ladies' Guild will meet June 5 with Freda and Helen Burgeson, Florence Erickson and Mrs. Dettmar Thompson as hostesses. The lesson will be in charge of the Rev. S. A. Anderson, who will report o nhis recent trip to the national convention. Esther Smith will sing a solo. The Rev. S. A. Anderson of the Baptist church left by train from Algona last Sunday night for Cleveland, O., in company with the Rev. Volzke of Algona. The two pastors .ire attending the national convention of Baptist churches. During Rev. Anderson's absence, services in' the Swea City church are in harge of his wife. I.yle Patterson of Buffalo Cener who has been an instructor in he junior and senior high school departments here, left last week to pend the summer in California. With his sister, Sayde, and a friend rom Buffalo Center, he was to make the trip by automobile. After doing some sightseeing, he and his sister expected to obtain employment for the summer. About 50 guests were present at a pre-nuptial shower given at the region hall last Thursday af'er- loon honoring Lillian Schwartz, who is soon to wed Irvirt Smith. The afternoon was spent at various games and the bride received many icautiful and useful gifts. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Syvester Kockler, Kathryn Haglund, Erna Schwartz, Lena <aluzne, Alice Domhart and Jean Xoons. Memorial Day was observed with appropriate ceremonies in charge of Fisher post of the Ameiican region. A parade consisting of the high school band, a color guard, veterans of all wars and members of the Legion Auxiliary marched 'rom the Legion Hall to Reynolds Park where the program was given. The Rev. Raymond Borg de- ivered the address of the day pre- •eded by prayer by the Rev. E. P. Broberg. Musical numbers were given by the band, high school girls' sextette, and Maxine Kors- •ud. The graves of Civil, Spanish md World War I veterans in Harrison cemetery were decorated in exercises held at the cemetery fnl- ovving the program at the park. Agate Cutter Miss Lillian Peters of Sheldon is a specialist in rock cutting, oldest art known to man. Her collection of rare and precious stones is among the largest in the state. Her workshop contains modern machinery and equipment including power buffer for polishing. The art of finishing stones has many fans m all parts of the country. M 99 CONTEST COUNTY WINNERS and State Contestants to be announced in local papers NEXT WEEK * IOWA STATE CONTEST Des Moines, June 8.8:15 P. M. South Ballroom Ft. Des Moines Hotel Judges: Mr. Lou Elman, Branch Manager, RKO Radio Pictures; Mr. Gene Baker, singing star of Omar's "Musical Meditations" radio program. (The third judge, a health authority, had not been selected at press time.) v Sponsored by the Millers oi VITAMIN- ENRICHED OMAR WONDER FLOUR * * * * * SENECA TO HAVE 5 NEW ONTEA( Seneca:^ With the closing of the Seneca school the various teachers have gone to their respective homes. Frank Hanna, ,who expects to enter the army In June, went to Spencer. Miss Pauline Miller, whose home is nfeftjtJBsthervllle, will teach at Gait next' y'e&e. Miss Logan, whose home Is at Ledyard, is expected hack in the fall. Miss Berschman also will return here in the fall. Her home is near Lakota. Miss Wrolstad left for her home in Wisconsin. She also ex"* pects to return in the fall. Miss Wertz will not return, neither will Supt. and Mrs Slagle, who expeot to leave Seneca June 1, for their new home at Barnum, where Supt. Slagle will be in the Barnum schools, Harriet Olson has been secured to take the second grade and LaVonne Madden has accepted a position as fifth and sixth grade teacn- er. She will also have charge of music. iThe new superintendent is Mr. Kingery of Klemme and a Mr. Bellas will perhaps act as coach to succeed Frank Hanna. There is still one position that has not been filled on the teaching staff to date. Mrs. Bertha Looft of Dig Moines arrived Saturday afternoon to spend Decoration Day At the home of her son, lienry, and family. r ®ld6n Browl wil hoSt to the F6*J« ton Future ffarmer^44j™elub at the home of his parents) Mr. and Mrs. Fred •BrtfWn,, Wednesday evening. v.'» i. H. Jensen delivered 29 head of fat cattle 16 the Esthervllle Pack- Mg plant Thursday. The cattle averaged 1260 pound per animal and brought $12.60 per cwt. Maurice Smith left Wednesday morning from Algona for Fatrfleld, Ohio, where he has accepted a civil service position as an airplane mechanic at the • Patterson Air Field. He had attended a school in Kansas City prior to accepting this position. Mrs. Robert Halverson is ill and confined to her home with the flu. There have been several cases the community and each one (,uite serious. The patient runs a very high temperature which in most cases keeps them in bed from a week to ten days or even longer. Rev. and Mrs. S. O. Sande drove to Algona Thursday evening to meet Mlssiolary Shuvig and a young Chinese Missionary Tang, who were principal speakers at the annual spring mission meeting held at thr local Lutheran church from Friday afternoon through Saturday and Sunday. MusHc / for bhs occasion was furnished by a quartet composed of Mesdames Otto Wilberg and Linus Jensen, Pearl Sande and Frances Halverson. HOME NURSING COURSE; ENROLL 32 TUONKA WOMEN START SECOND FREE 50 Beauty Culture students will receive Free Scholarships You Can Be One Act at once, call in person. Licensed by State La James College Beauty Culture Mason City, la. 22-tf lowo'$ new «ireamlin«r *• Montrow Hotel i» to Ihe everyday hotel whal o Deijel-powered gianl of ihe rails a '<> an old (athloned wood burner. lt'» new ihroughoul, from flagpole to (lagstpne*, N«w Java Room Coffee Shop, Huidl* and Holler Inn and Food Fountain Room will plegw and delight yov. Horn mtonka: The second home nursing course began Tuesday with an enrollment of 32 local women whose children are being cared for by volunteer service of women and girls of the community. Ann Ham- stree and Estella Bonacker, Doth registered nurses, are the instructors who are giving of their time and knowledge as their part in the war effort, so our community folks will be better equipped to keep their families well. There were 17 in the first class that completed their studies a week ago. The members were Mond Bonacker, Myrtle Plaisier, Evelyn Krominga, Verdene Korte, Esther Breen, Camilla Cooper, Raemorrd Krantz, Fae Callies, Clarice Krantz, Tracey Ward, Mayme Peterson, Hilda Meyer, Delia Rlppentrop-, PARALYSIS NO DETERMENT TO LAKOTA YOUTH (Lakota: Donald Kienitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kienitz, went to Iowa City recently for a chock- up on his leg on which he has worn a brace since recovery from an attack of infantile ipfcraljlsis more than a year ago. He reports the brace may be removed RS soon as he has secured a steel braced shoe. With the help of his teachers he carried on his school work during his junior school year, while confined to his bed, and this year he graduated with his class. Donald will attend a business school in Mason City for the coming school year. Guy Beemev and son, Robert, were" working in the vicinity of Council Bluffs hist week. The H. E. Baxters left a week ago Saturday for a few weeks' visit with Dr. and Mrs. Baxter at Iowa Falls. The Lutheran daily vacation Biblu school began last week, May 25, and continued this week, closi ig on June 5th. Mrs. Albert (Smith, nee Dcfris Wheeler, Fort Dodge, visited last week with the W ( E. Leys, the W. D. Leys and Mrs. Ida Smith Bill Smith who has been with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E Smith, for a short vacation, wen buck to Iowa- City to finish the school year work. Gust Koppen celebrated his birth day last week Sunday evening with his daughters and families, the Merrill Westerlunds and Clifford Knutsons as guests. Mr. and Mm. L«ouis Hanson nnd son, Stanley of Titonka, wpre las week Sunday visitors with thei; daughter and husband, Mr. anc Mrs. Orville Kofpon. (Mrs. R. L. Williams, Legion Aux iliary treasurer, reports the poppy sale Saturday, May 23, to be $3< and many more could have be<m sold had they been on hand. Mrs. Mary Geilenfeldt and son Dick, left Friday for I heir home In Kansas after a ton-day stay here with the Don Sticklers who took her to Osceola and she took the bus from there. Gertrude Ukena, who is employed at Algona, spent inst week at home visiting her parents, Mr. and Mr.?. Will Ukena, and her brother, Cal», vin, who is visiting here before taking up his summer's work. Calvin recently graduated from the University of Dubuque. A Methodist Sunday School board and church board meeting was held at the parsonage last week Monday evening and plans for the daily vacation Bible school were discussed and it was decided to do some repair work on the parsonage and to paint it in the near future. Mrs. Janie Smith, Wisconsin Dells, Wis., spent last week visiting her cousins, Mr. and Mn. Roland Smith and Mr. and Mrs. W. E Gittknecht. Last week Wednesday the Gut- hijechts and their g!»e*t, Mrs. Margaret Kollasch and Joyce Kollasch drove to West ^end on a sightseeing trip.-' Mrs.. Harry Mussman went to Elnwre Thursday and accompaneid her mother, Mrs. F. C. ICiester, to Goldfield where they attended ihe funeral of Mrs. Kiester*3 sister, Mrs. William McCutcheon, Friday afternoon. Mrs. McCutcheon passed iiway last week Tuesday following a long illness. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Kl<r-k'i returned last week Wednesday from a week's stay with their daughter and family, the Roland Smiths at Calendar, la. The SmitbV six months old daughter has been seriously ill and th<? Klockes ac-'om- panied the Smiths to Des Moines to consult a child specialist. The child is reported to >be improved when the Kloekes came home. Mary Young, Ruth Hansen, Edna Buffington and Rosemary Stott John S. Rippentrop, Wesley Mey er and Harm Kettwick spent Friday at Spirit Lake fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Park Elliott of Mason City were guests in the F. G. Elliott home Thursday evening. Jenesse Sathoff is working this week at Irene's beauty shop in Al- ;ona, replacing an operator who is 11. Mrs. Alvin Honken, Mrs. Ben U Meyer and Mrs. Henry Plaisier were Mason City shoppers Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Elliott am : children are spending the week end with Mrs. Nellie Elliott at Swea !ity. Mrs. L. C. Heifner and children, Jllsworth and Grace, are spending a couple of weeks' vacation with her mother, Mrs. W. E. Hughes at Afton. (Mr. and Mrs. Bob Clemans and son, John, left Friday for Mitchell S. D., where they will spend the week end with Bob's parents, the !d Clemans. •Mr. and Mrs. Ben U. Meyer and Marjorie and Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Lioats and Kenneth spent the Decoration Day week end at Spirit Lake ;n the Meyer's cottage. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Plaisier left Friday morning for Castlewood, S. T YOUNG MAN EWES lAUFI Burl: Donald Patterson, who received his commission aa second lieutenant and his wlrii»s, May 21, at VIctofvIlle, Calif.,' spent a few hours in Burt Wednesday on his way to Sebrtrrg, Fia., where he had been ordered to report for combat service duty. He Is a twin engine bomber pilot and expects to pilot either a twin or tout engine bomber at Sebrlng, where he will probably have a six or eight weeks [raining period. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Patterson and son, Kenneth, who had been In California to visit him and see him receive his-commission, arrived home an hour or two after ie got here. They came by train and he was driving through. Mrs. M. E. Polhemus was hostess to the sewing circle Thursday afternoon. Supt. and Mrs. W. B. Officer and family left Friday to spend the week end with relatives. Mrs.Kenfleth Way and soft, Jlfri* Tuesday at the nofrfe #6nbS, MrV»afnf-IKr*, 4 *r< ..__._. t caftte Bvef*jwUh MM. Toffy offel tfflftd aWlsted that day 1ft the Mr. spent and Mrs. Gerald Schafter the week end with . Mrs. Schafers 1 parents at Waterloo. Mrs. F. Pratt entertained a D., where they visited with Mrs. PJaisier"s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Harringa 'and family. 'Feme Krantz completed her school year at Buffalo Center last week and has come home to spend the vacation at the R. L. Krantz home. Miss Krantz plans to return to Buffalo Center next year. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Eady of Indanola who had been visiting the past week with Edward Sathoff family, concluded their visit Thursday and left for St. Paul where they will visit the M. O.' Amund- sons, Mrs. Eady's parents. Margaret Skinner returned to her home at Rockford, HI., Monday, having spent the past week at the Thomas Loats home. LeRoy Loats accompanied her as far as Des Moines where he transacted business. He returned home Tuesday. Mrs. Ed Ites and daughter, Donna and Ilene, Mrs. Senus Isebrand and daughter, Deloris, Mrs. Honno Ailts and Mrs. John Ailts, attended a miscellaneous shower Friday afternoon at the Ralph Ites home itr honor of Mrs. Marvin Deering, who was Genevieve Ites before her recent marriage. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Egesdal and children visited the Lars Egesdals Wednesday evening. C. B. Eges- da/s sister, Mrs. Bert Stensland of Story City, and Ruth Egesdal, R. N. of Pueblo, Colo., were home on a vacation Saturday, Decoration Day. The Lars Egesdal family, Ruth Egesdal, R. N., and Mrs. Bert Stensland were dniner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Egesdal. Memorial Day program was held at the Tyke Theatre at 10:30 as follows: invocation by Rev. Calvin Schnucker; song "God Bless America" by Miss Florence Reynolds; reading, "For Us the Living" and 'Gold Star Mothers" by Mary Oes- tereicher; song, 'tt'll fray For You", by Beryl Bonacker; address by Rev. W. L. Patterson; song. "America," by the audience and the benediction by Rev. Schnucker. Mr. and Mrs. Honno Ailts and Mr. and Mrs. John Ailts were Algona business callers on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John Ails arrived on Monday night from. New Brunswick, N. J., where John is a student at the seminary there. John is a son of Mr. and Mrs. George Ailts, north of town farmers. Mrs. Harold Mill-er and Mrs. Harold Gartner took their group of young girls, nine in number to Nelson Grove on a picnic Thursday. This is a group of missionary workers in the Methodist church and Mrs. Harold Miller substituted for Mrs. Gartner while she was teaching a country school. Mrs. Gartner will continue leading the girls now, since her school closed recent- (Last Saturday was O. J. Dewall's birthday and on Sunday his parents Mr. and Mrs. John F. Elewail, Mrs. Dewaltti parents, {Mr. and Mrs. Dick Fastenow, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fastenow and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fastenow and family and Mrs. Emma Hopman, all of St. James, Minn., came to help him celebrate. Mr. and Mrs. John Holdorf of Woden were also guests. Mrs. Dick Fastenow, who had been here two weeks with her daughter, returned home again Sunday evening. group at bridge Thursday evening in honor of Mrs. L. A. Boettcher Mrs. P. F. Kriethe and daughter, Eugenia, Minneapolis, have been spending a few days here at the Al Staehle home. •Willard Schwietert left Friday for Los Angeles, Calif., after spending a few days here with his mother, Mrs. Bertha Schwietert. (Bernadine Ollom, Melbourne, visited from Wednesday to Sunday of last week at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James Ollom. R. J. Nealy went to Lincoln, Neb., Saturday for a shirt visit with relatives. His wife, who had spent a week there, returned home with him. Thp first band concert of the season will be given Wednesday evening, June 3. Gail Schrader, new band instructor, will conduct the band. Mrs. F. L. Pratt went to Mitchell, S. D., Friday to spend a few days with her sister, Buma Duckmanton, while she Is convalescing from a recent operation. Kent Ryerson is staying at the home of his grandfather, LeRoy McWhorter in Algona, and assisting in the McWhorter grocery while Mr. McWhorter is in the hospital Mrs. L. Johnson an dthree children, Lake Crystal, Minn., visitec from Wednesday until Sunday at the home of Mrs. Johnson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Neitzel. The Fortnightly club had a picnic at the E. C. Schwietert home last Friday in honor of Mrs. L. A. Boettcher, a former member, who is visiting here from Buttonwillow, Calif. Margaret Richman and Margaret Ringsdorf went to Mason City on Monday to begin a course at the Hamilton School of ! Commerce. Both are this year high school graduates. Mrs. W. W. Boettcher and Mrs. M. M. Chipman entertained eight ladies at a p one o'clock luncheon Thursday in honor of Mrs. L. A. Boettcher. The afternoon was spent at bridge. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Angus returned from Milwaukee last Thursday where ( they spent A week attending the Presbyteran General Assembly, to which Mr. Angus was a commissioned elder from the Fort Dodge Presbytery. ariil , and softs and Mrl. art?. Alter? went to Minneapolis Wednesday, Mrs. Allen's soft, Edwin, was there,, and Mrs. Allen and her grandsons, Kaye Edwih and Larry Holding, acompanied him to his honie .at Cflairl6«|a, Minn., where they ate visiting. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stow returned here the end of last week from tfewton, where they had spent a 'ew days at the home of their son, Dr. Perry Stow, and attended graduation exercises of the Newton school. Their granddaughter, Patricia Stow, was valedictorian In , a class of 198 graduates. Jim Smith, who is attending Cos College, came home last Tuesday for a few days' visit With his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Smith. He all at* .~-)B ;<$*' IbWltt' tM* 16 6nS 61. .the ItXVVBt WHlft iTT««*K>•**,* »,» apida ttowi tttfee, where hs taW mllltaif tralnlfig thU s'tlhimef. •Ltettt. and Mrs. Ronald Elvldto left last week Tuesday tot Kelly Field, Texas Where Lieut llvldge Will begin training fof service in the ai* carps. Me had beln at Ft. Knox, Ky., but had been transferred to the air corps, before cdm- Infc home oft furlough. Kathfyn- El* vidge accompanied them as t&t ,as Lawton, Okla,, where she Is visiting Ed Stewart, who is stationed at Fort Sill and Is soon to rece've his commission as second lieutenant, Rupert Young recently spent an eight-day furlough with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Oliver Young. He IS, slrtce March, In the 108th Engineers division at Camp Forest, Tallahama, Tenn, ft. AVWK^smjajLAw^ HARRINGTON A LOWE . Low* .. . ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office In Sawyer Building Office Phone 42? ALGOttAylOWA When in ne«<l of gla«e« h»T« your *y M thorougWy «*mlned by DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. AH^ IQW*. 999$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$$*» CASH 25-50-75-100-150-200-250 LOANS We can arrange a cash loan for ypu to pay your bills, taxes, buy coal, repair your car and many other needs. HUTCHISON A HUTCHISON ATTORNEYS AT LAW A. Hutchison (1862,-i»38) Donald C, flutchlson Theodore 0: Hutchlfloh Security State Bank Building Phone 251 - Algona, B. J. Van" NJBM Allen A. Bfunsba. VAN NESS & BBUNSON ATTORNEYS! AT LAW Offlos In new Helse Building Phone 213 Algona, la. Gaylord.D. Shumway Edw. D. Kelly SHUMWAY * KlfflLLTr ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office In Hutchison Bldg. Phone 68- ALGONA, IOWA HIRAM B. WHITE , ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in Hutchinbn Building Phone 206 LINNAN & LYNCH ATTORNEYS AT LAW Algona, Iowa Phone 24» Office over Kossuth Mut. Ins. Bldg.. ALGONA, IOWA L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW (County Attorney ) Office In Hutchison Building PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS J. N. KENEFICK. M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone ALGONA, IOWA C. H. CRETZMEYER, M. D. Phone 444-310 SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office In John Galbraith Bldg. MONEY SAME PAY YOU APPLY Write Us Come In Phone 783 SPECIAL PLAN FOR FARMERS Kossuth County Credit Bureau •M •M 9}£ North Dodge AlR-ona, la. 5-8 SS 40-46 you (Mr. and Mrs. Jim SUbaugn, Carmen and Lola, spent from Friday night until Sunday night at Lost Island. CAN BORROW $50-5100 OR MORE Quick, Confidential Service . . , Easy Monthly Payments • SPECIAL, PLAN FOR FARRIERS L. S. BOHANNON Phone 103 Algona, la. torn where I sit... fy Joe Marsh PHYSICIAN & SURGEON MELVIN O. BOURNE Phone—Office 197 . Res. Across from F. S. Norton & Son OSTEOPATHS DR. SHERMAN MEYER OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN General Practice Special attention given to non-surgical treatment of rectal disease*, varicose veins and rupture. DR. HARO1J9 MEYER dSTEOPATHiq PHYSICIAN General Practice Special attention given to disease* of heart and chest. Sawyer Bid?., 9 East State St. Phone 342 DENTISTS WHEN yon consider the new products we've seen developed in our. time... you'd think that just about everything worth while in the world was invented in the last few years. It's kind of refreshing, for a change, to find out that some pleasant things in our modern life date way back to ancient days. For instance —I read the other day about a piece of pottery some scientists dug up in Mesopotamia. On the pottery was a picture of two brewery workers makingrheer. That picture was 6,000 years old! * • * You know, that's something to think about Beer...6,000 years ago! I wonder if it tasted anything like the good lager beer I have sent up to the house every now and then. Somewhere else, I read that beer came over on the Mayflower —in fact, if I remember right, a shortage of beer was one of the reasons why the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock instead of somewhere else. Interesting, isn't it, the way a simple, everyday beverage like beer can get tangled up with history! Maybe it's because there's something fundamental and human about beer. It's the beverage of moderate, sensible, well-behaved people in every part of the •world, and always has been.: . • Personally, I like it .because it tastes so good and U so refreshing ... and I know I can trust it. And I get a thrill out of thinking that maybe some writer fellow back in ancient Egypt or ancient Mesopotamia, thousands of years ago, felt the same way about beer as I do. It's a small world, after all... DR. H. M. OLSON / DENTIST Located In New Call Theatre Bldg. Phone, Business 166. Residence 788 v ALGONA, IOWA DR. O. D. SCHAAP ' DENTIST •-' Hutchison Bldg. Phone 13S Res. Phone 174 Algona, Iowa A. 3. EASON, Dentist Office over James Drug Store Phone Office 69 Residence 889 KARL R. HOFFMAN DENTIST Office In New Heise Bldg. Phone 44 Res. 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