The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 16, 1942 · Page 2
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IV The Algona trp^r Beg M SEXTON W. S. C. S. ENTERTAINED AT STEVEN HOME Sexton: The Sexton Society of Christian Service meeting was held Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Harvey Steven. Roll call was answered by a Bible verse containing the word "promise." Business meeting was conducted by Mrs. B. JBJ. Saunders. A committee, Mrs. Harvey Steven, Mrs. W. C. Tayler and Mrs. Drusilla Noble was appointed to obtain names for the Mystery Sister group for the coming year. All of those Interested should see one of the committee. Devotions were led by Mrs. Oscar Hammond and lesson by Mrs. Drusilla Noble. Lunch was served ,by the hostess. Merill Steven of Hutchins is vis- iting he* grandpaifentB, Mr. &nft Mrs. Harvey Stevens , Miss Kathryn Kirschbflum Is visiting at the home of her aunt, Mrs Mayqhard Nail *>f MasanidtJ! this week. t • Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise \vlll entertain the Church Builders class on Thursday evening, June 18th. All members are invited to attend. Mrs. Bessie Wermersen of Miller, S. D., who has been- visiting at the Harvey Steven home and with other relatives returned to her home Tuesday. The heavy rains have caused the farmers to have working hours from early morn to late at night regardless of the war time schedule. Corn cultivation and haying are coming on at the same time. Mrs. Clarence Swedin and Infant daughter, Mary Jane, arrived home from the Kossuth hospital on Friday. She had as visitors on Wednesday, Mrs. B. E. Sanders, Mrs. Sim Bemis, Mrs. Wm. Hartley and Mrs. Dennis Goeders. itffU o •\v2 ALWAYS Welcome! Your family will greet you with open arms when you take home ice cream from the Anderson Ice Cream Cottage. Make it a point to serve ice cream oftener during June, National Dairy Month. Anderson's *&&£ honi^f i % J" '? T . ur S ln S everyone to keep healthy-to eat healthful foods. High on the list of nutritious foods are dairy products which include ice-cream, a universal favorite with young and old. Stop in the Mainliner for a daily dish of Swift's ice cream We are Algona's exclusive dealer for Swift's Ice Cream THE MAINLINER MRS. STELLA HUNGERFORD Uncle Sam Wants You to Keep Healthy! This Year June Dairy Month Supports the National Nutrition Campaign Because dairy products are high on the list for adequate nutrition Ice Cream is an easy and enjoyable means of obtaining the protein,"minerals and Vitamin A that mean health and aTboudning ehergy. You Will Find Lusby & Giossi Ice Cream Tasty and Full'of Rich Goodness. * You will enjoy stopping at our fountain and the family will love Lusby & Giossi Ice Cream for dessert at dinner. Vanilla Blk Raspberry Maple Pecan Chocolate Chip Lemon Custard Butter Toasted Strawberry Butter Brickie Pecan Black Cherry Pudge Ripple Lime Sherbet Lusby & Giossi HERMAN TAPPER, TITONKA SOLDIER PARTY HONORED Titonka: Herman Tapper was honored Wednesday evening when about 40 relatives gathered for a surprise farewell at the Walter Tapper home. The guests were: Mr and Mrs. A. M. Friest and sort, Bud of Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rippentrop and children of Wesley, Mr. and'Mrs. HarM Hu1s- inga and Edith May of, Hutchins, Mr. and Mrs.' F. G. Elliott and their chldren, Marshal Friest, Mr. and Mrs. Joe H. Tapper and family,, Mr. and Mrs. Dick B. Meyer and sons, Mrs.. Harold Miller and Betty Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tapper and family and Llllle Tapper and Mrs. Herman Tapper. A lunch was served at a late hour and a gift Was presented to Herman. He left from Algona Thursday morning to be Inducted into the army. (Harold Miller left Thursday a. in., for Des Moines, where he transacted business. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Tapper Cream ortance visited with, relatives at Webster Ity and Fort Dodge Monday and Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Larson and son, Rex of Woden were visitor- at the C. B. Egesdal home Wed nesday evening, (Shirley Bruns, daughter of M and Mrs. H. Bruns ,1s employe at the Butterfly cafe at Fort Dodg as waitress. She began last Sat urday. Ruth Henken resigned at the Wi son cafe and the new girl in th kitchen is Mrs. .Raymond Kromlnga Raymond was inducted in the arm; Thursday. Mrs. Calvin Schnucker met he husband, the Rev. Schnucker, Fri day at Fort Dodge, who arrive from his lecture tour at New Bruns wick, New Jersey. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Rippentrop and Mr. and Mrs, Henry Rada maker and children enjoyed a pic nic supper by the riVer near the Oakdale farm. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Elliott and children and Mr. and Mrs. Dick B. Meyer and boys were visitors at the A. M. Friest home, Thompson, Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John K. Rippentrop and Mrs. John S. Rippentrop went to see Grandpa Swalve who makes his home with his son, Mr. and Mrs. George Swalve. Grandpa Swalve is ill. Mrs. Fred Adamson left Friday for Albert Lea, Minn., to visit her siters, Mrs. Fannie Roraus and daughters and also attend the wedding 'Of her niece, Alice Mae Roraus on Sunday. Mrs. Myrtle Rippentrop was a supper guest at her son's home Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Loats o Friday evening. After supper th Loabs took her to the Andrew Jan sens at Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Isebran and son, 'Dennis of Chicago, ar rived Sunday morning to spend r two weeks vacation with their par ents, the Mark Bacons and th Senus Isebrands. Janice Bonacker, twin daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. George Bon acker, returned home Friday from the Mercy hospital, Mason City where an emergency appendectomy was performed last Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Dunmire and daughters returned Wednesday from Newton where they had been visiting relatives and also attended the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. Dunmlre's parents on Monday. Dr. and Mrs. H. I. Torgerson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Peterson to Des Moines Thursday where Woodrow went to have his examination as he is to be inducted in- the army the latter part of this month. Mrs. Howard French entertained the Thursday bridge club Thursday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. Wm. Ward, Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe, Mrs. Edward Sathoff and Mary Oeste*- reicher and prizes went to Mrs. Ward and Mary Oesterreicher. Mr. and Mrs. Guilford Weews and Marshall Friest took Mrs. Marshall Friest and sons, Donald and Jimmie, to West Point, Nebr., last Saturday. Mrs. Friest and sons will visit her mother, Mrs. N. Birdsell for several weeks. Mr. Friest and the Weeks returned Monday morning. Thursday, June llth was Roberta Egesdal's third birthday and in the evening her mother, Mrs. C. B. Egesdal entertained Mr. and Mrs. « , Mason City And Itf .and Mrs. Gtty ' . . Barton. lefe omufl'aawt caKe wife served by.tH* fc&ttea*. f Mr. ana Mrs.* Dilyle Craven and Mf and Mrs. BmM MdthW of Waterloo left Monday evening for a vacation and fishing trltt to northern Minnesota. They wer accompanied to Minneapolis by Lot Holmes who apent the past month at the Craven home and at the George H. Johnson home near Al- gonat Mrs. Jerry Breen entertained the Laugh«a-Lot birthday club Friday eyenlhg in honor of her birthday. Quests Were Mrs; Wm. Ward, Mrs. Fraifk Fischer ahd Mrs. Arthur Hench. Prizes were wOtt by Mrs. Wm. Rlcklefs, Mrs. Hench, Mrs. Charles Cooper, Mrs. Wm. Ward and Mary Oesterreicher. The birthday cake was brought by Mrs. Geo. HIgglns.' ' ' Mrs. H. A. French entertained the members of the Titonka Woman's club at a breakfast as the last meeting of the years, Tuesday morning. Eighteen members were presentV Mite. Carrie Torgereon gave the book review, "Meet the South American," by Carl CrO'V and also "Courtship and Wedding Customs of Paraguay." Mrs. John Bleich of Britt was a guest. Swea City Young Folks Married at , Little Brown Church Swea City: Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Smith were married at the Little Brown church near Nashua on June 2, and have gone to housekeeping on the farm northeast of town which the groom owns In partinershUp with ,, his brother, Wayne, of Algona. Mrs. Smith is the former Lillian Schwartz, a daughter of Mr. ahd Mrs. Fred Schwartz, and was graduated from the Swea City high school with the class of! 1942. Mr. Smith is the youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith, who farmed the sumo place at the time of their deaths during the influenza epidemic of 1918. He and his brother were reared by their • maternal grandmother, Mrs. Johanna Son- lus ' of the northeast -Wesley-Wod en neighborhood. He attended th Algona high school. rvl«e nftfttlng at the Harvey Ste* van torn* ISM Tuertay. MA* Bggrttt win We n,elai*«ie June l»h. Mrs. George Olson, Sr and Mrs. Oscar Hammond are in charge of Invitations' and refreshments. Mrs. Fred Neahflng has the amusement feature for the afti erno-on, > Mrs. DrUaSlla Noble and Mfsv 'August Klrshcbaum entertained the Sexton Woman's Home Pfo* Ject group Tuesday at the ffc Home. Roll call wjks answered _„ Current Events. A general dl*emission on Allen ahd Refugee problems was held, Lunch was served by the hostesses. -A \JUly nteetlhg will be held but the hostess has not been selected. Lotts Creek News jrant Neighbors Plow Horn for Stricken "amily on Friday Swea City: An act of neighborly -dndness was performed when 20 mefi of the Grant community gath- red at the home of Mrs. Andrew Jhr Friday morning and cultivated Uhrs corn. The Uhrs have visited by sickness and death recent months when Mr. ij, visi ce in 'hr and the youngest daughter, CLaila, passed away. Mrs. Uhr is in frail health and has suffered considerably with spells of illness. Amos, a son who had been assisting with the farm work since his father's death, WB)B recently inducted into the army. Such acts of assistance as these Grant neighbors have given in helping with the crop are doubly appreciated by those in trouble. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bell of West Bend we're Friday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer PI- jahn. Wm. McDonald of Algona was at the district No. i school Friday afternoon Issuing sugar certificates for _ canning. The Alvin Potratzs, the Wllnier Wlchtendahls and the Herbert Po- tratzs were Friday evening visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed ward Maahs, Whittemore, A farewell party was held a the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Mittag Tuesday evening In hono of Paul and Hugo Potratz who wer home on a furlough. 'Paul Is sta tloned at Canip Bowie, Texas, an Hugo at Fort Bragg, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz o Whittemore accompanied Mr. an: Mrs. Herbert Potratz and boys to Garner Thursday to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Geilenfeld and at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schultz of Forest City and visit Mrs. Schultz who Is ill Several men of this community helped John Schallin tear down his old barn where he will soon erect a new one. Those assisting were: John Munch, Herman Hlntz, Lyle Aarhans, Herbert Potflatz, Theo. Behrens, Ernest Luedtke, Will Buss, Donald Radig, Martin Meyer, iFerdie Mittag, Richard '.Poltratz, Fred Boettcher, Ortwin Kressin and Arthur Luedtke. The Ladies' Aid society met .on Friday afternoon at the Lutheran school with Mrs. Elmer Pljahn as hostess. Visitors of the aid were: Mesdames Dick Cameron and Gordon Priebe of Pasadena, Calif., Wr.l- ter Peril and James of Fairvilie. Wm. Bell and Edith of West Bend, n. Mrs, S. K. McMahort riol (6, mentfttrt HWfcf «tB*r* who ll»t.«&«rt tot SMC attetHdlS. tn« »te garden 6f the t*e 0, Wolfe*, At THonka, with' ft large va«etr ftf iMerent roses incliidlnf somts exceptionally beau- ftrul White Nutritious Fresh Delicious We join in supporting Uncle Sam's Health for Victory campaign-. Bat more Ice Cream. , ' Try These Different Flavor* During June Dairy Month! Professional Jf, Harringtdrt J. D. Low* fiM4 First, Nat'l fik, Bldg. ALdONA, W. B. QUARTON H. W. MtLLBB ATTORNffiTS Af LAW Office [H Sawyer Building Office Phone 4*r ALdONA,'toWA HUTCHISON ft HUTCHISON 1 ATTORNEYS At LAW A. Hutchison (1862*1088) Dqnald C. Hutchison Theodore C. Hutchteofl Security state Bank Building Phone 281 Algoha, low* ffl. J. Van Ness Allen A. Brunjot* VAN NESS & BKUNSON ATTOBNBJYJ9 At LAW Offices in new Helse Building Phone 2iS -, Algona, tok Additional Land Given to Harrison Cemetery Swea City: Preparations are being made to improve and plat the two adidtional acres of land purchased of Mrs. Victor Johnson as an extension of Harrison township cemetery. A crew of men have been cutting the trees which formerly marked the north boundary of the cemetery, and the new tract will eventually be divided ,into lots. The new development is high and sightly and vrfill supply necessary space for year to come. The original site was established as a cemetery shortly after the town was started 5o years ago. , Edwin Wichtendahl, Wm. Schmlel, Herbert Potrat zand John Munch and Jackie, Misses Ruth Pijahn and Helen Pertl. Relatives and friends gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boettcher Friday evening to help Mr. Boettcher celebrate his 45th birthday. Those attending were Dick Cameron and Mrs. Gordon Priebe of Pasadena, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dreyer and Larry o Burt, Mrs. Clara Grimmels and Mr and Mrs. George Bolte and Delond of FalrviUe, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sohallin of Algona, Mr. and Mrs John Schallin, Mr. arrd Mrs. Herman Mittag, Theo. Behrens, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zumach, Mr. and Mrs Herman Reisner, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pompe, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Radig and Roger. Five hundred formed the evening's entertainment. High score prizes were won by John Schallin and Mrs. George Bolte and the lowest score prize went to Mrs. Dick Cameron and Delond Bolte. VftAilla Chocolate Strawberry Rainbow S Layer Brick Skyrockets, Sc Popslckles, 5c Maple-Nut Chocolate Chin Chocolate IWvcl Cheerips, 6c Brownies, 5c BuUterwoteh Fudge Butter Brickie , Batter Pewrii EJItfok Walnut Raspberry Ripple SpedaJ Log Rolls, 45o Ice Cream Pies, DSo FOUR DELIGBrrFfaL SBtERBETS Orange Lemon Pineapple , Black Raspberry DON'T FORGET—Schwflm'js Ice Cream and Sherbets are Always Good and Good for You. /' ' ' " James Famous Walking Sundae, 5c , K. D. JAMES paylordt). Shumway BdW. O. KeU> SHWMWA*. £ KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW' Office In Hutchison Bldg. Phone (M ALGONA, IOWA ft I/won • i ATTORNEYS AT LAW Aljfona, Iowa , Phone Ml Office over Koastith Mut In*. Bid*. ALGONA, IOWA L. A. WINKEL ATTORNB-Jf AT LAW (County Attorney ) Office In Hutchladn Bulldlnr PHYSICIANS A BURGEONS "The RexaU Store/' Algona's Exclusive Schwen Dealer J. N. KENEFICK, M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGBON Over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone 82» ALGONA. IOWA O. H. CRETZHrEYER, M. D,. Phone 444-ftlO , SURGEON & PHYSICIAN" ' Office In John Galbralth Bldg: PHYSICIAN & SURGEON MELVIN G. BOURNE Phone—Office 197 Res. 19* Across from F. S. Norton & Son OSTEOPATHS June DR. SHERMAN MEYER ' OSTEOPATHIG PHYSICIAN^ General Practice Special attention given to non-surg". leal treatment of rectal diseases, varicose veins and rupture. is SEXTON NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hunt and Mrs. Mclntosh of Livermora visit- d at the Donald Mclntosh home at Arnold's Park on Sunday. Donald is a son of Mrs. Mclntosh. (Mrs. Martha Mclntosh of Livermore is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Harold Hunt, who is slowly recovering from a skull fracture as a result of a fall several weeks ago. Mrs. Taylor of Chariton, Iowa, is visiting at the home of her stepson, W. C. Taylor. She attended Raising Roses, a Hobby with Some A number of Algona persons have been making a hobby of raising roses the past efw years. The cool, rainy season this year has aided their efforts and the rose blooms this year have been extra special deluxe. Mrs. Willard Gregson has some beautiful blossoms, one of which.is,a deep red, velvety bloom that is really super. Other Algonians who are raising roses as a hobby are Dr. J N Kenefick, G. D. iShumway, National Dairy Month! DR. HAROLD MEYER OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN General Practice Special attention given to of heart and chest. , Sawyer Bldp.. 9 East State St. Phone 342 DENTISTS Join Uncle Sam's Nutrition Campaign. 'Good Health will help to win the war. • Ice Cream is one of the most delightful dairy. products, and Barker's ice cream is delicious- Eat some for your afternoon snack and take . it home often. N It is made BIGHT HERE fresh daily and only the purest and highest quality of ingredients go into its manufacture. Try it today. You'll be delighted. BARKER DRUG DR. H. 'Ht OLSON DENTIST Located In.New Call Theatre Bld(r. Phone, Business J86. Residence 188 ALGONA. IOWA '-# --—;-:-_ DR. O. D. SCHAAP DENTIST Hutchison Bldg. , Phone 18» Rea. Phone 174 .^Algona. I6w» ; A. J. EASON. Dentist Office over James Drug Store Phone Office 59 Residence 85» KARL R.' HOFFMAN ' DENTIST Office In New Heise Bldg. Phone 44 Res. Phone 116 PAINTING — DECORATING For Good Work and Low Costs THE RELIABLE DECORATORS Kermlt Forbes—ph'one 898 Merle Webster—phone 758 Milo Rentz—phone 92-W. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••£ Dairymen- Make National t^airy Month the Time To Improve Your Dairy Equipment Uncle Sam's Nutrition campaign for Better Health to win the War means that every farmer must produce all the food stuff he can . . . and he will have to produce it efficiently to conserve labor. A NEW MO OORAIICK- DBERING CREAM SEPARATOR will enable you to market your milk and cream to the greatest advantage. Built of stainless steel, tt* aew dubonnet model is the best looking, cleanest-skimming machine on the max-- HCt. * A McCbmUck-Deering Milker wUl take (be drudgery out of milking. « See These Two Dairy Aids at Our Store McCormitteriog Store 2 or more (kuei dtlly -for adults 3 to 4 or more glauei daily-for children To drink ind comMmd wUk 2 or more tervingi dally beildci potatoes 1 raw; green and yellow often 2 or more icrvlngt dally i cltrm fruit or tom«M 3 to S a week; 1 dally preferred ,CHEE$UUH«rlE6UKEi I of mof $ •ervingi daily CEREAL ir MEM Monrfit whole r*l« or'cnrichMr Follow the Guide to Good Eating Make sure that yoiy family gets , ENOUGH MILK Typewriter Paper 500 Sheets 59c thla Is a good grade J>ond paper and will make an excellent school paper. The Algona Upper Des Moines helping build hea > th ' e «-, stronger Everywhere you go .you will see the chart illustrated here, the Qqide to Good Eating. We are prouil Sat m«k is so important. Milk is recognised aVthe mow nearly perfect fcK>d, one of the most economical foods _ you can buy. When you buy. mUk? you buy health because milk Is rich in Vitamin A, calcium and phQsphqriM, help* build fltrom* bone« Tand ' greater resistance tp common colds. *° ^ **«"* ^ giving your fam. enough milk every day-* quart for every child rVi? , ever y ^own-up, it will help on your food budget, help you to enjoy better health f ATTACK! ATTACK! ATTACK! »$# &&!?%$• ' ** •^JoitJS'^fwT^"iB "Read 'Em and Reap" OUR ADS Brown x s Dairy T)adtailvnera/I n.n<uma/M IECS11. n _J /*_..-— ^f' HW.PQSt i t-

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