8URT YOUNGSTER TAKES LYE; BURNS TREATED EARLY Burtu Little 20Umonths-old Donald Schuyler Bates, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hates, Lone Rock, awallowed some lye Friday afternoon. He was brought to Dr. Clapsaddle's office fof treatment. It is thought his burns would not prove serious. LOCAL PASTOR DELEGATE TO AMES PRESBYTERY The Rev. and Mrs. Paul Flgge «nd daughter left Monday f:r Ames •where the Rev. Figge is a delegate from the Fort Dodge Presbytery at a meeting of the Iowa Synod in session there this week. Mrs. Figge and daughter were to go orr to Wilton Junction to visit ~her parent^, where the Rev. Figge was to join them the end of the week. They were also going to Beioit, Wis., to visit his parents. There will be no church services at the Presbyterian church the next two Sundays, June 28 and July 5. CARMILLA FRASER WILL VISIT BROTHER IN TEXAS Carmilla Fraser left Thursday for a visit to Los Angeles, Calif. On the way she was to visit her brother Lyle, at Camp Barkley, Texas. He is now classified as a sharpshooter, having won second high in marksmanship in a company of more than 200. TWO BIRTHDAYS ARE CELEBRATED IN PICNIC Thursday was Mrs. C. C. Smith's and Dr. B. K. Bahnson's birthdays and in honor of the events Dr. and Mrs. Bahnsorr and their niece, Bonnie Schuldt and the Misses Warner and Whitney were entertained at a picnic supper in the Smith yard. The Emil Hasses spent Friday in Emmetsburg visiting relatives. Mrs. J. P. StoW has received word that her brother, Prof. Frank B. Paine, Ames, is very seriously Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schroedsr and Phyllis McBride went tr> Ames Wednesday to visit at the George Schroeder home. There was no service at the Lutheran church Sunday, the Rev. L. Richmann preaching at a mlasion festival near Storm Lake. Mrs. Henry Gettman recently received word that her son, Howard Schrepel, who is in the U. S. Navy, had been married at San Pedro, Calif. Mrs. Olof Olson and daughter, Barbara, Elmore, Minn., visited from Wednesday to Friday with Mrs. Olson's mother, Mrs. Anna ToeBben. The G. A. Hix family recently moved from ((he Charles Lappe house into the Mrs. F. O. Stow house, recently vacated by the Robert Voigts. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Shipler, of Beloit, Wis., came Thursday for a visit with Mrs. Shipler's parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Carter, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Kollasch at- .ended the wedding of Alvera Benrr- ce and the Rev. Harold Rosckc of Waverly, which took place at Whitemore last Tuesday. Mrs. Leonard Schmidt and her jhildren, Bode, came Friday and visited until Saturday at th-3 Paul Moore home. Her nieces, Nancy Lee and Mary Lou Moore, who hac spent a couple of weeks here, wen home with her and then on to thei home at Cedar Rapids. 5r^™*ff^ - , "' ( Lu Vdrne Youth Group Met Monday Evening Andrew Marty, Gladys Alexander and George Detmering were the committee in charge of the Youth organization at the meeting last week Monday evening. The business meeting was held at the hall after which a scavenger hunt was made and refreshments served at the park. Plans were made to have a roller skating party in the near future. The best wishes of the group were extended to Wayne Sanford and Gordon Davidson, two of the members who left the last of the week for army service. Lakota Correction Contrary to u news item in the Lakoita cdlunm last week, Mrs!. George Heetland was elected president of the I<akota Legion Auxiliary, and not Mrs. Wade Ball, as was stated in the heading to the story. We gladly hasten to make the correction. 25 Gal. of Gas FREE To the Person Bringing the MOST SCRAP RUBBER to our station this week 15 gals, for second largest amount 10 gals, for third largest amount Kossuth Oil Co. Phillips and McGregor SWEA CITY YOUNG PEOPLE MARRIED SUNDAY: JUNE 14 Swea City: Edith Dahl, daughter of Mrs. Anna Dahl of Swea City, and Albert Swanson, son of Mrs. Alma Swansoir, also of Swea City, were married at Immanuel Lutheran church on Sunday after* noon, June 14, with the Rev. R. E. Borg performing the ceremony. The service was performed in the presence of the ,br>de and groom's mothers and the bride's sister Ardyce Dahl. Mr. und Mrs. Martin Dahl were the couple's attendants. Both th,e contracting parties are graduates of the Swea City high school. The bride taught at Fenton in the primary grades after completion of the two-year course at Waldorf junior college at Forest City. For the past two years she taught the first and second grades at Lakota. Mr. Swanson owns and operates a grocery store here. Following a short wedding trip to Minneap- 3lis, the couple has gone to housekeeping in the upstairs apartment of the Nyman house. FORMER DENTIST HERE ILL, IN MINNEAPOLIS The many friends of the Dr. Henry Kulander family are sorry toi learn that Dr. Kulander is serious-' ly ill at his home in Minneapolis. The Kulanders moved to Minneapolis a few years ago, retiring after he had practiced dentistry here.for many years. He and his wife Wera very active in'the work of the Lutheran- church here. Mr. and Mrs. Buell Johnson and Phyllis Bea and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Anderson drove to Minneapolis last Sunday to visit him. youngster to be thus afflicted in side of a week's time. HI* condl tlon Is reported to be satlsfaotofy Mrs. MelfoJd Anderson df Omaha has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Eckholm Mrs. George K, Nelson and Doris spent,a few days last week at Forest City, whefe they visited relatives. They returned home Wednesday. Mrs. James B. Vaux, acompanled by Mrs. Art Collins and Mrs. Roy E. Bfavender, drove to Rochester Wednesday to spend a few days at fche Mayo clinic. Twenty-seven new , books have been placed on the shelves of the city library and a new shipment from the traveling library service has just bee'it received. Mrs. R., J. Latson and daughter, Mrs. Lee Robinson and the latter's son, Ronald, spent Thursday afternoon here calling oh old friends. The Latsons operate a cafe in Gruet- tlnger. Arlene Rystad, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rystad, spent last week with her parents during her vacation from her duties In the offices of the Central State Theater company at Des Moines. Representatives of the Swea City camp of Royal Neighbors who attended the convention at Algona ast Thursday included Mrs. August X. Peterson, Mrs. W. O. Nelson, Mrs. Elmer Ewlng, Mrs. Fred Loof t and Mrs. John Schuler. The Raymond Laniring family of Webb visited at the Walter G. Smith home last Monday. Mr. Lannlng was formerly principal of the high school at Delhi and he and his family were enroute home after spending the week end at that place. THBEE LOCAL, YOUNGSTERS SUBMIT TO OPERATIONS Another youth from this community underwent an appendicitis operation at an Estherville hospital last week. George, son of Mr., and Mrs. Harold Ditsworth, was the patient. This is the third local Mrs. Ber,tha Eckholm of Masoi City is spending a few days at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Hugh Butterfleld. Previous to last week she had been visiting at the 'Nea Smith home in Algona. Mrs. Smith and duaghter, Leona brought Mrs Eckholm to Swea City last Tuesday. Mrs. Eckholm, whs-formerly lived here, now makes her home wkto her daughter, Laila in Mason City. • This chap is a Railroad man — "private, first clax. " As a freight handler he's busier than he has ever been. America's fighting forces need food, supplies and the mate* rials of war, and he plays a mighty important part in getting these things under way. He's proud of the job he is doing—' we're proud of him for the way he does it. The freight handler is symbolic of all railroad employes. Imbued with the spirit of helpful cooperation, they •re "all out" for Uncle Sam. Theirs is the task of keeping life lines open and trains running. As all America knows, they and their fellow workers in other industries are doing a magnificent job — first for our fighting forces, and then for you who are backing them up. CHICAGO and NORTH WESTERN LINE Your Safest Investment — Buy War Bonds and Stamps BIG ELEVATOR, CREAMERY PICNIC AT WHITTEMORE •Whittemore: A record-breakin crowd attended the Creamery-Kle vator picnic held at the Academj park Thursday. As it was an idea day everybody enjoyed the picni dinner in the park, 15 men serv ng the ice -cream and 150 gal ons were served in less than three quarters of an hour. The Whit emore school band entertained the large Crowd during the noon hour The kittenball game was playec on the public school diamond. Both teams were farmers, on the eas and on the west iof highway 44 the east side winning by a verj close margin of 7 to 6. The after noon game was the winners of the forenoon with the town team. Again the east side farmers won a lop sided game 9 to 2. A dance wa.« given at the Higgins hall in th evening and a large attendance was on hand. Everybody enjoyed the day and feel that the sponsors hae given them and their families thf biggest treat of the season. Former buttermaker of the local creamery, Ralph Bartlett, was a caller here Tuesday evening. Jacob Thul of Clarion is visiting at the home of his daughter and son, Mrs. Peter Schumacher and Michael Thul. Dorothy Sebers and Esther Lavrenz of Algona spent the day in Whittemore Thursday taking in the elevator-creamery picnic. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Keene, sp^nt Thursday with relatives here. They returned to their home in Freeport, 111., the latter part of the week. Thomas Foley of St. Paul and Miss Agnes Foley of Meneo, Calif., were last week Monday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cullen. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bartlett and son, Bud, of Sibley, spent Thursday in Whittemore, with old friends and they also took in the creamery- elevator picnic. Miss Joan Fleming arrived in Whlittemore Thursday mornjn? from Chicago, to spend her vacation at the parental home of Mr, and Mrs. L. M. Fleming. Warren Frost, a naval reserve member of San Diego, Calif., arrived in Whittemore last week anrt is visiting at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Frost. Mr., and Mrs. F. O. Hahn returned home Friday from a two weeds' vacation viRPtt'vng in different parts of Iowa and Illinois. Mr. Hahn is station agent for the C. M. St. Paul railroad. William Braatz of Milwaukee, is spending a two weeks' vacation here with his brothers, Louis and Laages Entertain Friendly Neighbors Thursday Afternoon Fenton: The Friendly Neighbor club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. F. C. Laage, with Edith Laage, the assisting hostess. Eighteen members were present. Roll call was responded to by gliding recipes. XXorothy Dreyer and (Mrs. Joe McGovern I had birthdays. A club letter was written to Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod after which a song title story contest was held with Dorothy Dreyer the winner. Mrs. J. A. Schwartz, Betty Jean and Florence Newel were guests. The July meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Henry Tieman with Mrs. A. R. Willrett, assistant host- Fenton Soldier's Letter Read Over Two Radio Programs Fenton: the radio program "Listen", sponsored by the Des Moines Register over stations KRNT and WMT every Sunday at 1:30 read a portion of the letter written by Raymond Dreyer to his mother, Mrs. Elsie Dreyer. A part of this letter, along with Raymond's picture was printed in the Sunday Register of May 31st and another portion of it read in the broadcast a week ago. Pvt. Raymond Dreyer is with the medical detachment, 133rd infantry in Ireland. Council Minutes June 15, 1942: All members of the council were present at a special meeting called for this date. A motion was made by Hawcott and seconded by Bohannon, :hat Kohlhaas act as chairman of :his meeting. The vote on this was all yeas. The following resolution was read 3ouncilman Harris moved anc Councilman Hawcott seconded that he resolution ^e adopted and the roll call was all yeas. RESOLUTION WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Algona this day called n special session for consideration f the selection of a successor to the late J. P. Overmyer, former Mayor of the City of Algorra, js gain made mindful of the loss sus- ained by the City of Algona ,and he citizens thereof by the untime- y passing of Mr. Overmyer, now, herefore, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of -the City of Algona, Iowa, tiat there be now recorded among tie proceedings of this Council an xpression fo rthe noble life that Here WKII HIS Drainers, ivou s a..u &s e( j ^ t character of Emil Braatz. He will also visit with the ^ an nimaelf> hu lofty princ jpi e3| relatives in Minnesota Lake, Minn., before returning to Milwaukee. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Haberkamp and daughter, Carol, returned to their home in Roselle, 111,, last week after spending a week's vacation with Mrs. Haberkamp's parents, Prof, and Mrs. H. W. Behn- Those who attended the funeral of Mrs. Emma Phillips at Fort Dodge Wednesday were, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kuecker, Mr. and Mrs. George Maahs, Mr. and -Mrs. Geo. Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer and Mrs. Sophia Bell and daughter, Adelia, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bell. Mr. and Mrs. William Lauck recently received word from their nephew, Louis Schmeling, who is now stationed in north Ireland. He states that he is feeling fine and enjoying the Irish. He also stated that he gets to see Lewis Dogotch and Edward Schumacher almost every day. Not Prehistoric A collection of small bones found by workmen excavating a basement in Knoxville caused a small flurry of excitement for a time. Authorities investigating the occurrence, iowever, were able to show through expert analysis of Dr. Roger Scott .hat the bones were those of a dog. his high ideals, his devotion to God, his family and his community, his high sense of civic pride and public responsibility, the unparalleled example he has left for others and the deep and abiding impression wrought by his many years of service to the community at large. That there be expressed not only the sorrow felt deeply by all of those who served with him but. abo their sympathy for the widow, daughter and many friends in their sad loss, and BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED that a copy of this resolution be forwarded by -the Clerk to Mrs. Overmyer and to her daughter. Adopted this 15th day of June, 1942. Approved: FRANK KOHLHAAS, Mayor Pro Tempore. Attest: ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk. The matter of electing a mayor was considered. The result of vote taken by ballot, was four votes for Koolhaas and two votes for Harris. A motion was carried that a unanimous vote be cast for Mr. Kohlhaas. The oath of office was administered to the newly elected mayor. Mr. Koblhaas filed his resignation as councilman of the Third Ward and this was accepted. The meeting was adjourned. ADAH CARLSON, Clerk. SCHOBVS HERD OF HOLST0NS TOPS INBUTTERFAT C. R. Schoby & Son, Bode own J8 registered Holatelft cows that produced endugjih milk during the >aat test-year to provide 69 fam- lies with four quarts at milk dillly or the entire year. The herd av* di of butferfa erafi* was 466 frfim 11,06* pounds milk per cow, on a 34)rneis*dallr milking ached- ate. This biitteffat average Is .wore than two times as much as' that of the country's average dairy covv, using U. S. Department of Agriculture statistics as the basis of comparison, if all the nation's herds were producing at the rate the Schoby herd does, there would iie an abundance of dairy products for the United States arid Its allies. The highest producer In the herd W* Kew pee Jttllfc WaUafl, a fun* jtounda fcnttertet frWft 16,216 pound* milk. -*.v-.,».<>-/. Former Fenton Matt Lee County School Superintendent Pentbn: Leonard Hftase, supeflli* iendent ,# schools of Lee county, has again been /eeleeted^ to'that position. This tg his Second term in at which were eut./ Leonard fo Wmm 6f gar- fry tfaase, whtf Km east of Penton. , |A Clarlnda wornftn** camera club, Pdio-Fems, id sponsoring the Beftd*- ing of local motion pictures to Clar- lnda soldiers now located in Ire* land. They are attempting to include pictures of all parents of the boys. Come on Folks! Let's Give the President the Answers on this'Scrap Rubber Question Never Let It Be Said- (to paraphrase the Old New England expression) That For Want of A w Tire" y ou ti Bring Us Your Scrap WE PAY 1C PER POUND (Or you can DONATE your rubber for government use. We make NO PROFIT ON ANY OF THE RUBBER We handle.) Wd're a Nation on wheels. We want to stay that way. We're willing to do whatever we have to do to win the war—but we're also willing to do whatever we CAN do to keep our cars running. If we can avoid gas rationing and find out just what we have! to do to "keep rolling"—simply by doing our share of the job of "Rounding Up America's Scrap Rubber"—well, we're going to do it. Aren't we? / You bet we are! If you haven't turned in your Scrap Rubber, TURN IT IN TODAY. Dig* out every piece of old rubber you have! Take it to any one of the stations listed below. Tuesday, June 30, is the last day! Johnson's D-X Service State and Moore St . Klamp's Phillips Service State and Jones St Algona Co-Op. Creamery Co. 409 Bast State St Moore's D-X Service Thorington and Nebraska St Harms Service Station State and Phillips St Larson's Service Diagonal St. Chrome Service Station N. Highway 169 and U Parks' Super Service State and Harlan St, Dutch's Super Service State and Jones St, Clements' Super Service State and Jones St, Kossuth, Oil Co. ,PWJlip8 and MoGrejgor (Sfc, / Harris Conoco Station State and Colby St. Albert's 5kelly Station and Commercial Sfe Wallburs'i Service W. Highway 168 Viking OU Co. N. Milwaukee Depot Mike's D-X Station Jones and North St, Roy Hutzell, C Sontti PhUH Citie* Service Agt. - at, '
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