The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 4, 1960 · Page 5
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Man Killed Near Tltonka Algena (la.) Upper Deft Mon««-t Tuesday, Oct. 4, i960 Morea-Fed Beef On Sale Locally Morea-fed boc?f is. being introduced this week at Hood's Super Market in cooperation with Mor-Gro, Inc., area distrl* butors of Morea feed for cattle. The Morea-feed beef that is be- inK offered is"all from this areai and the packaged meat contains a,Moren emblem which identifies it in the meat cases at Hood's store. Flavor and tenderness is introduced into the beef in tlifc patented feeding process. ir 9, alg f ard ' B ?' of Joice died of injuries ha received when the station wagon shown above collided with the pickup truck at the left at a blacktop road intersection three miles north and a half-mile east of Tltonka at 2:35 p.m. Wednesday, S .pi. M. . Calgaard was one of three passengers in the st. il. on wagon, which was driven by his nephew, Robert L. Calgaard, 28, also of Joicc. Driver of tho pickup was Ubbc Ubben of Tilonka. The Calgaard car was headed east and the Ubben pickup was headed south at the time of the crash. tour others were hospitalized at Buffalo Center lor treatment of minor injuries. Sheriff Ralph Luulhorst investigated the mishap. ^Sheriff Ralph L indhorst Photo — UDM Engraving). Herd Tests For 24 In September Are Tabulated Twenty four- herd of milk cows were tested on D.H.I.A. with 440 cows in milk, according to Forrest Ilofbauer, Swea City? D.H.I.A. supervisor. He reports ( twci herds averaged over 40 Ibs. of butterfat for the month. They were those' of Laurence Locs- chen, Woden and Ralph Walker, Jr., Swca City. Lactation records completed during the month that were over 400 Ibs. were in the herds of Martin Harms (2). Waller Campney, Frank & John Drocssier Donald Hofbauer (3), Ralph Walker. Jr. f2), Ralph Angle & Eng slrom (3), Leander Menke (2) and John Ruger C2). Edward Zwiefel Of Titonka Is Heart Victim Titonka — Funeral services were held Thursday at the first ".Baptist church, Algona, with j Rev. J. R. Fountain officiating for Edward Zwiefel who died suddenly Monday evening at his farm of a heart attack. He had been supervising the repairing of « corn crib ana ..was in good health at the time of his death. Burial was in Buffalo Township cemetery U nd pallbearers were Lowell, Claude and Arlen Bilsborough, Kermit Zwiefel, 4. Clarence Hetty... a^d-..Virgil,.Heif > ncr. Blake Fuhei-ai Home was in' charge of the arrangements. ' Edward Conrad Zwiefel, was born at Fcnton Uec, 12, 1886, to Jacob and Anna Zwiefel. He lived in the Fenton community until he was 23 years of age. Pic was married Dec. CO, 1911 to Galena Hcjfner and he and his wife farmed northwest of Titonka until their retirement. to Titonka in 2. 1'e Is survived by his wife two sons, Orlo of Tilon- ka, Sad of Rocttester, Minn., Vernelle, Mrs Maurice Bilsbo- roupn o; Titonka ..tid Lela, Mrs Mamid Schlei, Fcnton, seven, grandchildren and one great-' grandchild and UHG sister, Mrs Rose Hefty of Renwick. He was preceded in death by his parents, six brothers and sisters and one grandchild. Mr 3wiefel was active in community affairs, havina been a mem her of various boards, namely The Titonka Telephone Co. and the Titonka Co-operative Creamery, and virtually interested in. any project t!iat was for the betterment of the community. ' Mi*s Lora Lea Willemsen, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lorens WUlemsen of Titonka has accepted a position at Marquette, Mich, at St. Mary's hospilal and •fctfgari her duties Oct.'3. "She is a graduate of Titonka high school and just recently graduated from North West Institute of Medical Laboratory Technique at Minneapolis. ~ Mrs Mary Cesten-elchcr and Louis attended the Historical Society meeting at Call Park, Algona, Saturday evening. ODM Classified! Par Dividends BETTER PRINTING for less — Upper, Des Moines Pub. Co.. Federal Hall in New York City served as the first Capitol of the United States, after the Constitution was adopted. DON'T MISS... BREAKFAST WITH DINAH SHORE, FRED McMURRAY, AN ALL-STAR CAST AND THE 1961 CHEVY ON TV 7 a. m. Friday, October 7 KQTV - Fort Dodge KGLO - TV - Mason City A HALF-HOUR OF FINE ENTERTAINMENT AND A LOOK AT THE NEW CHEVY. AND DON'T FORGET TO SEE THE 1961 CHEVROLET IN PERSON AT KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. 108 So. Hall ALGONA A DOUBLE-BARREL PROGRAM FOR FARM THURSDAY EVENING OCT. 6 - 7:30 p. m. BUTLER STOR-N-DRY CLINIC Shows Ways To S,tbre And Dry Grain At Lowest Cost — To Save' Grain — To Save Work. QUESTIONS WELCOME ! ; \ i.. ^ ,- . , The Field-Proved System Others , Imitdte But Have Never Equalled! i FREE REFRESHMENTS AT OUR STORE FRIDAY, OCT. 7 STARTING AT 2 P.M. AT THE JOE BRADLEY FARM NEAR ALGONA ('/2 mile west on Highway 18 From Junction of U. S. 18 & 169) PLOWING DEMONSTRATIONS • • The New OLIVER 1800 TRACTOR In Plowing Demonstration. • The MASSEY-FERGUSON "85" in Plowing Demonstration. • The OLIVER "550" in Plowing Demonstration. (Using Both Mounted And Pull- Typt Plows). Adequate Parking .Area JOE BRADLEY Farm Machinery Firestone Tirti ALGONA G.M,C. Truck* \ INTRODUCING THE NATION'S FINEST! Morea EXCLUSIVELY AT rORE iSUPERVAlUt NOW ON SALE IN OUR MEAT DEPT. This Type Beef, In STEAKS, ROASTS and All OTHER CUTS Will Be Identified By Special MOREA Packaging Emblems. NO ADDITIONAL COST - NO HIGHER PRICE THAN OTHER REGULAR QUALITY BEEF MOREA-FED BEEF MAKES MARBLED MEAT ... The MOREA in Livestock Feeding Gives An Inbred Tenderness And A Luscious Flavor To All MOREA-FED Meat. It Is A Scientific Development In Feeding That Brings The Ultimate In Consumer Satisfaction. LOOK FOR THIS LABEL ON PACKAGING MOREA-FED BEEF For Flavor & Tenderness There's no doubt about it - you'll enjoy every minute of eating Morea-Fed Iowa Beef Not only is it good tasting but it's so good for you. Beef contains protein, the basic building material of every living cell in your body Con tinuar replacement of worn-out cells is necessary for maintaining the body in good health In addition, protein helps your body build resistance to infection and promote recovery from surgery or injury. ' Throughout good quality Morea-Fed bee F you'll notice a marbling of fat between the muscle tissues. Many people do not realize if but fat supplies heat and energy and certain fatty acids which are necessary for growth and health. Fat is also a carrier of Vitamin A end D which are so necessary for growth of bones and teeth. Morea-Fed Beef is a rich source of phosphorous which combines with calcium to build strong bones and teeth and to regulate body processes. Beef alto supplies iron which bvikk rich red blood. Each blood cell in your body contains a speck of iron. Every minute your body has to replace literally millions of red cells. The fatigue that'* associated with iron deficiency anemia is a realization of the importance of iron in our diets. • . . Like other meats, Morea-Fed beef is an excellent source of the B vitamins, especially niacin and riboflavin. Niacin is essential for healthy skin and nerves and for prop'er functioning of the digestive tract. Riboflavin seems to promote greater freedom from disease artd a longer life as well as a longer prime of life. ' ' / - ., Morea-Fed Beef is not only full of nutrients, but it's satisfying and delicious when iff eaten. Jts appetite appeal partially hinges on the tempting aroma during cooking.-Wo coaxing's needed when there's Morea-Fed beef on the table. • . ' * ' SOLD EXCLUSIVELY IN ALGONA AT

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