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, Algofta, Iowa, September 30, 1943 DISTRICT HEALTH SERVICE MEET AT SPENCER FRIDAY Antoinette Bonnstetter, loca school nurse, attended a stall meeting of District Health Service No. 3 at Spencer last Friday Winifred Cleveland, R. N., advisory nurse of No. 3 district, discussed the U. S. cadet nurse corps. Report of workshop ion health prbgrams for schools was the subject of Miss Bonnstetter's talk. Mrs. Ruth Locker, R. N, Clay county nurse, discussed the nurse's role as a classroom teacher. C. L. Putnam, M. D., director of local health service for the state department of health, spoke on communicable diseases and 'the responsibilities of superintendents and principals in reporting them. Erna Matthis, R. N., Pocahontas county nurse, talked on activities of health committees, Scarlet Fever Serious Dr. Putnam brought to the attention of the school and county nurses the seriousness of scarlet fever and stated that while we all dreaded a crippling condition brought on by infantile paralysis this condition was not as widespread as a crippling condition of the heart caused by scarlet fever. The child should receive his -first health inspection by the mother before he goes to school so he will arrive at school in good health and hot expose other children to unnecessary illness during the school year. Schools are educational institutions and hospitals for acute illness. not Mr. and Mrs. Dale. Waterbury •and Beverjy were Sunday evening visitors at the David Farrow nome. . - Dem Hutchison I» Colonel on Governor' Iowa Military Staff Few Algona people have real ized that we have a real livi colonel in our midst. But it i: true. Don Hutchison, well known Atgona attorney is on the staf? o Governor Bourke Hickenloopei and has the rank of colonel. Doi and Governor Hickenlooper are old schoolmates at the State University and later practiced law in Cedar Rapids. Well, anyway, Don and his wife were invited to accompany the Governor and Mrs rlickenlooper on a trip to the west coast, where they attended tne owa Picnic in Los Angeles and ater Mrs. Hickenlooper christened the steamshfo "Henry C. Wai- ace" at a launching in the Pa- ific. Pictures published at the ime showed Mrs. Hickenlooper in he act of breaking the bottle on he ship's prow, while Gov. Hick- nlooper and the wife of the gov- rnor of California and Mrs. Huthison stood at her right. Don was Iso present, but at the time the amera clicked he had dodged be- ind the party to escape a pos- ible wetting from the champaign. A highlight of the trip was a visit to the Hollywood movie lots. Don says that he met Betty Grable, and many of the other "pin-up" girls whose names are household words around the globe. Leo Car- rillp, -the famous Spanish actor, invited the party to his ranch home in the vicinity and proved. to spend his furlough wife, baby and other morning With his relatives. Pfc. David Schutter came Friday morning from Camp Dodge to spend the week end with his OTTOSEN NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dr. spent and the Mrs. week C. C. Shlerk end in De to be a very affable host. On the return trip to Iowa they were invited to ride for an afternoon in the Pullman drawing room of former president Herbert Hoover who proved to be very pleasant and interesting. Mrs. Merle Johnson of Blue Earth is visiting her sister, Mrs. Fred Brandt. Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt at tended the funeral of an ok friend at West Union Friday. Mrs. II. M. Olson's mother ar rived Wednesday evening to spend a few days here visiting Mr. and Mrs. William C. Dai ivere Sunday visitors at the home, of the letter's mother at Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Bohannon and children were Sunday vis- tors at the Olaf Funnemark farm near Wesley. G. C. Barton rias been on a two weeks' vacation • from his duties n the local liquor store, and will esume work Friday. Johnnie Cotton, son of Mr. and .Irs. Willie Cotton, of Lone Rock s here visiting his grandmother, flrs. Howard Morgan. Emily Peterson of Corwith pent the week-end here with hor unts, Ida Peterson, Mrs. A. E. layton and Mrs. W. C. Dewel. Mrs. D. H. Norton's parents ave been visiting here for the past week with their daughter and family. They are from Rock Falls, 111. MOVED The Allen Mb tor Co., previously located on Thorington St., and the Allen Body & Fender Works which has been operated at the corner of Main and Commercial streets are now occupying the Foster building which formerly was rented by the McCormick-Deering Store and later by the Kirk Auto. The new arrangement makes it much more convenient to operate both businesses, from the standpoint of the customer as well as from the owner. - !'••••• . -''-•• .1 • •/ , ! -;••••> :•'••:•'"• •• •- ' •• : , We now have the room and facilities to handle all kinds of repair work for any make of car, as well as to take care of your body and fender work. • • > ,• ... ••*.. • -•':..... '• •' "' , __ Get our Prices. It is important to keep your• • car in good condition for the duration: OUR CUSTOMERS ARE OUR BEST RECOMMENDATION FOR GOOD WORK Kirk Auto Co. Will Continue Its Office Here ALLEN MOTOR CO. General Repairing—Also Body and Fender r, . . Av» t Repairing Chrysler and Plymouth Sales and Service W. E. Allen, Owner CONTINUED ONE MORE WEEK! ' COOK S PAINTS Big Annual Money Saving Event Marcella Weber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Weber, is now employed at the Hinsen Plant at Waterloo. The firm manufactures belt cartridges. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Locke of Remer, Minn., arrived Monday evening to visit the latter's mother, Mrs. Bessie Walker, and other relatives who live around here. Pvt. Rodney Gilbride left Wednesday after a 14-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gilbride. Rodney is stationed at West Point in the army. Audrey Fryc, daughter of R. G. Frye, left Tuesday morning for Austin, Minn., where she will visit the W, M. Locke's. Audrey is on vacation from Cook's Lunch Room. Leo Aman, nephew of Henry J. Aman, spent from Friday till Tuesday visiting here from Brooklyn, New York, where he has been in the hospital. Le* is in the navy. Jean Murtagh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh, and Mary Louise Gilmore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Gilmore, were week end visitors here from Clarinda, where Jean is a teacher and Mary Louise is a dietitian at the hospital. George Bailey and his mother and his sister, Mrs. Elaine, were week end visitors-at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Benschoter. The visitors were from Canby, Minn., and were formerly neighbors of the. Benschoters when th^y lived in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Larson and children; Mr. and Mrs. Franz Teeter and children; Wayne and Wendell Carney, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Carney, all of Burt; and Mary Frances Carney were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Carney. Mrs. Fred Skilling received a letter recently from her son, Edward, that he is back in the hospital with a break in his knee joint. This is the second time that Edward has had such a break. He is in the army and is stationed at Fort Lewis, Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Robinson were Sunday visitors at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. Amos Angle. The Robinsons are from Waseca, Minn, Mr. and Mrs. Mayfield, of Mason City were also visitors Sunday at the Angle home. The latter is a sister of Mrs. Angle.* Bette Reed, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Reed, left Omaha, Lt. Robert Harrington was recently transferred to Princeton, Minn., to a temporary camp. He has been at Camp Clark in Missouri for several months, Mrs. Bob Nolle and daughter, Nancy Ann, left the first of the week for Emmetsburg where they will spend a month visiting with her sister, Mrs. Elmer Gunn. Brail Wright left Tuesday for St. Louis on his seventh .buying trip since taking over the management of the Graham store. He expects to be gone the remainder of the week. Cpl. Lorci/ Hendrcn of Camp Mackall, N. C., is here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Hendren and his wife, who was the former Bonnie Mitsven of Bode. He has a ten day furlough. The Misses Grace and Margaret Rait of Cedar Falls spent t he week end here with their sister, Mrs. R. S. Blossom. Both are teachers, one in the college and he other in the Cedar Falls high school. Dr. Ignatius Wernert left Sunday to return to his home in ittsburgh after a week here ivith his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wernert. Dr. Wernert is a re- for a blueprint earch chemist iaper company. Jeanne Buthman is coming ome Friday to spend the week nd with her parents, the Rev. nd Mrs. J. C. Buthman. Jeanne as been studying at Iowa State Teachers' College at Iowa Falls for the past month. Mr. and Mrs. George Stewart of Des Moines spent 'the week-end in Algona with relatives and friends. Both are employed at the Ordnance Plant at Ankeny. George is enjoying better health than he has for some time. Sgt. Doug Frazee came Wednesday for a few days visit witn friends. Doug, who was formerly employed at the Gamble store, is now stationed at Camp Phillips, Kansas, where he is attached to the medical supply department. Andrew M. Hansen left Tuesday for Rudd where he was called by the illness of his brother, E. A., who operates a hardware store there. Andrew, who is employed at The Algona Hardware, expects to return the last of the week. Miss Ruth Turner spent the week end here from Des Moines with her mother, Mrs. Jessie Turner. Mrs. Turner recently sold her home, and is at present staying with Myrtle Turnbaugh. Her plans for the winter are indefinite as yet.' • " ' •••••:• \ The 160 acre farm located three miles south of Titonka, and owned by W. B. Sayers.of Columbus, parents, Schutter. Mr. and Mrs. Earl F. Lehigh and children were Sunday dinner guests at the home of their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Don Richardson, in Ruthven. Mr. and Mrs. A. Mikes and daughter, Miss Irene, and granddaughter, Marilyn Mikes, returned Monday from their outing in northern Minnesota to escape the hay fever season. Cadet Donald Kuecker was called from Independence, Kans., the last of the week to be at the bedside of his wife, who underwent an operation in the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schurg and Ruby Mae spent Sunday at lha James Boyle and Geo. Harr homes in Estneryille. Mrs. Harold Schurg, who has been visiting here, accompanied them to Estherville. Prof. Stephen B. Williams returned to his teaching duties at Culver-Stockon college at Canton, Mo., last Thursday. He had been spending his vacation at the home of his mother, Mrs. T. W Williams. Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Schutter, accompanied by the former's mother, Mrs. Jerry Schutter, went to Glenview, 111., Friday, for a visit Mrs. Will Seitler of Bode visit ed her sister, Mrs. Richards, Sat urday. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Holt anr family were Sunday visitors Corwith. The Boy Scouts held their par- Ohio, was recently sold by C. W. Nicoulin to Roscoe Ely of Titonka, W. B. Sayers is a brother of the late Dr. E. E. Sayers, one time Algona veterinarian. Mrs. Agnes Island, Nebr., home of her B. Hall of Grand is visiting at the sister, Mrs. John Nebr., Monday with Maxine Dailey for Los Angeles, Calif. Bette's mother accompanied her to Omaha from here. Maxine, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dailey, of Long Beach, Calif., was returning home after a week's visit here with friends. PROTECT WHAT YOU HAVE WITH FINEST QUALITY PAINTS AT BARGAIN PRICES COOK'S FAMOUS RAPIDRY ENAMEL Quick-drying enamel for woodwork, furnicure and Boon, fiowi eaiily, level! perfectly* lovely colon, THIS WEEK Off. Otfier FALL SALE Specials in COOK'S PAINTS IMPLEMENT ENAMEL W FiMit Qulitj M Euwl, Qt I COOK'S PASTE WAX 63* ft«Poiu<ICai-No»FlMr uv SCUFFPROOFENAMELJ1W Tkl »«J bMt f«f *H fl*»n, Ota, 1 FLOOR&TRIMVARNISH JIM 6iH«»»,U«7;Qil«rtiool».. I INTE^IOR^LOSSi^ iTAWRlTvWNrSH* trtaL ... 4JJC COROC POLISH mfi»»riMti»itt VELVAY SEMI- 8UN PAIM1 T T^P plp^i FT* P^^ff '^IT 'COOK'S FINEST HOUSE PAINTING SYSTEM (2 CIMII... 2 Prodycti) COW YOU PNIV... Unt Cpal Ceok'i fvperwhlte Primer. Second Coal Cook'» Hou»e P«ln>. OAl. !.*'• ow met THIS IACH Wf« en IACH PRODUCT Irvington Man Grows V Potato In Garden S. M. Jordan of Irvington called here Monday and showed us n potato which he had grown in his ....„_.,_ ........... ,„„„„ garden, shaped like a V. Mr. Jor- Ulfers, Mrs. W. K. Ferguson and dan calls it his victory potato. -"-—"He also had some other fine specimens which he said weighed two pounds apiece. The potatoes the early Ohio variety. Laing, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith. Sunday the lour were guests of the L. B. Pratts at Burt. Mrs. Hall planned to return to her home this week after a two weeks visit. Mr. and Mrs. Raymon Henry and daughter, Patty, and Sherwood Potter spent Sunday in Fort Dodge visiting Mrs. Potter. The Potters recently moved to Fort Dodge where Sherwood had been transferred to the National Tea Co., but he has been in Algona for a while helping out the store here. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Bjustrom received a telegram Wednesday morning from their daughter, Dorothea, saying that her husband, .Ensign Frank Moulton is being transferred from San Diego, Calif., to parts over the water. Dorothea expects to come home to live after her husband is transferred. The Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Buthman are going to Forest City this evening to a sub-district group party which is being held as a farewell gesture to them. The Buthmans are leaving next Tuesday to make their new home at Sioux City where Rev. Buthman has been assigned to the Grace Methodist church as pastor. A. L. Pulliam came Tuesday for a few days' visit with Verabel with Mrs. J. M. Schutter's ents. Mrs. Jerry Schutter returned home Thursday morning. Wilbur Justice is taking his vacation from the Co-op. Service station this week. He and his wife were business visitors at Ft. Dodge Tuesday. On the trip they stopped at Lanyon for a short visit with Supt. and Mrs. H. Poffenberger. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Carpenter and two boys arrived from California Sunday. They had been working in a defense plant there They are living in Mrs. Chas. De Witt's house until the first of March when they will move to the Carpenter farm. Lee Dunn arrived home last Sunday for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dunn, and other relatives. Lee has hal plenty of thrills since joining the navy, having been on two ships that were sunk by the Japs. He has leave until Oct. 11. The Dr. W. J. Morrison family and Mrs. Frances Kitzman and daughter, Miss Rosina, exchanged houses Wednesday. Dr. Morrison bought the late Paul Dorweiler property, now occupied by the Kitzmans, from B. F. McFarland. The Kitzmans will move into the Ben Zaugg residence. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. White of Chicago are visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Dorweiler. They had been looking after business matters in Des Moines and from there went to Fort Dodge ,to visit her brother, Phil, and family and from there came to West Bend arriving Monday. Mr. White will return to Chicago but his wife will remain for a time to help care for her mother, who broke her arm Wednesday. meeting Monday night at thi Mike Coyle home. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Berwinghau_ were Sunday visitors at the Antone Spiech home. Lillian Jensen of Rodman spent from Friday till Sunday at the Geo. Cooper home. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gerber of West Bend were Sunday dinner guests at the Sam Kropfs. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Jacobson spent last week end at the Edgar Jacobson home near Toledo. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Hansen of Spirit Lake were Monday night guests at the Roy Jacobson home. Mrs. Donald Wehrspann spent Sunday and Monday at the Bernard Jacobs home at Bradgate. Jean Ann Jacobson spent the week end with her parents. She attends the university at Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd O'Brien of Fort Dodge were Sunday night supper guests at the Roy Jacob son home. The Presbyterian Ladies Aic held their church supper Satur day evening. The proceeds wen used to buy bonds. Chet Alme, Joe Anliker, Te( Underberg, Sylvan Jacobson an, Harold Jacobson spent the week end fishing at Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Enockson, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Enockson and girls were Sunday dinner guests at the Oscar Oppendahl home. Lois Jacobson spent Friday at the Will Moerch home visiting her cousin, Pvt. Harrison Moerch, home on furlough at Pomeroy. Marjorie Kromer is spending a few days at her home here before leaving for Hunters college, N. Y. She recently 1 enlisted ' Wave's. , ' '' ' ' " Mrs. Paul Neilsen rettiffied ttafr } Jefferson -Barracka; last tfr«flfc where she had spent some ttflW*. with her husband stationed with the Air Corps. 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Mr. and Mrsl Albert Genrich of LuVerne were visitors Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Everett Steven who is at the Kossuth hospital. Key. and Mrs. J, A, Riggs will return to top Wesley-Sexton charge to begin their fourth year as pastor of the two charges. Rev. Rigfg spent last week at confejrencje.at Fort Podge. -. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise and daughters, Mrs. Drusilla Noble and Mrs, Sarah Wise, attended a dinner Sunday at the Henry Phillips home at Algona held in honor of Pvt, and Mrs. Andy J. Phillips of for* Lewis, Wash. Quests were Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Steven and cbiUren of Maplatpn, Minn.; Mr, and,MIS. Strutter Wi§e g^ children of Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Moore an4 darter, Mr. and Mrs- Arch. Bwger, of B«rt; Mrs. Mdy Phillips, Warren Phil- Mr. B* Mr* Wm. • other Algona friends. He is stationed at the Fort Worth Army Air Field and has been in the service 17 months. He was formerly with the farm department of the Equitable Society here and lived at the Ferguson home. Miss Eleanor Eraser was an Algona visitor Wednesday. Miss Fraser, who served as secretary of the Kossuth county ' draft board for a year or more, was promoted six- or eight months ago and has since been traveling auditor for draft boards in northern Iowa,, with headquarters at Des Homes. She is well qualified for such work, which she seems, to enjoy. Her many old Algona friends were glad to> see her again. Mrs. Walter Fraser, her mother, is located: in; Phoenix, Arizona; Farmers! Call and Ask About Our Tank Wagon Prices. OUR REGULAR GAS IS STILL PRE-WAR QUALITY! See Us For Globe and WiHard Batteries VIKING OIL CO. : Sure, we know what boys do to clothes! That's why our boy's wear department is crammed full of togs that are school-proof for extra hard wear. Come in and check up today! Across from Milwaukee Depot E. B. Carlson, Mgr. * Phone 530 THURS.-FRI.-SAT. SEPT. 30, OCT. 1-2 West Bend News Miss phartotte Pe Groote visited friends at Mason Qjty Thursday.' Rev. and Mrs, G. K. 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