The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 27, 1948 · Page 16
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Uppef tot Tueiday, April ^, 3 Stork Stops AtLakotaln The Past Week Lakpta—An 8-1b. son was bora to Editor and Mrs. Edgar Inlay at tin; Buffalo Center hospital last week Wednesday and has been named Thomas George. The Inlays also have an 8-year-old son Donald and a three-year-old daughter Joyce. Mrs. Inlay's mother, Mrs. George Gray of California is caring for the Inlay family. An 3-lb. 5-oz. daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Abbas at the Buffalo Center hospital last week Wednesday. She has been named Jeanette Elaine. A 9-1 b. 6-oz. daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bocttcher at the Buffalo Center hospital last week Tuesday. She has been named Vickie Lynn. This makes three daughters for the Boettchers. At Woden Cemetery Tin; Rev. and Mrs. E. H. Buschmaii attended the Waukon Presbytery tit Woden last week Tuesday. Harlan Kruse, son of the Rev. and Mrs. Henry Krusc, p.-islm- for 20 years at Woden church, is graduating from a Chicai'o Semi nil ry and was ordained tit this service, making three sons of the Rev. and Mrs. Kruse nuw in the ministry. The Kruses now live at Woodbine, Iowa. Bernard Finn 111 Mrs. L. I. Finn of Gerled reports that her son Bernard is critically ill in a Des Moines hospital with coronary thrombosis. Plan Music Festival The annual music iestivtil for the Lukoki high school will be presented at the school auditorium Tunsdnv evening. April 27. under direction of V. A. Barrett, instructor of instrumental music and Mrs. Wilson, vice instructor. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hertx.ke and Mi', and Mrs. Maynard Hertzke. with thfir families, visited with the Wallace Petersons at Granada. Minn., last, week Sunday. Mrs. Jerry Sehutter of West Bend visited her sister Hannah Heetlancl last week and attended the funeral of Mrs. Melvin Ukena. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Edwards were recent visitors with Mrs. William Aalderkes. MesdaniL'S Hurry Mussman. C. C. Gerxemn, 3. E. Smith and J. H. Warburton attended a spring meeting of the Kossuth County Federation of Woman's clubs at the Methodist church in Titonka hist week Tuesday. The Rev. JaniL-s yave the invocation and Mrs. Harry Mussman, president ol the Lakota corn club, gave the w.'lcome. SEXTON Mr. and Mrs. Joe Balk left Friday for New Hampton, Iowa, where they were called by the death of Mr. Balk's youngest sister, they also attended the funeral held Saturday morning at 8 o'clock at New Hampton. Jacob Weaver received a telegram Friday morning of the death of his brotner-in-law J. R. Hickson at Olando, Fla. Mr. Weaver visited with his sister and IUT husband last summer while he visited in Florida. Mrs. Clarence Swedin was hostess to the Sexton W. S. C. S. at her home Thursday afternoon and a nice crowd was in attendance. The next meeting will be held May Ki at the home of Mrs. Fred Jennings. HELP YOUR COUNTRY... HELP YOURSELF! There is still a very real need fur every ounce of used fats we can salvage. The world-wide shortage is greater today than ever before. Please . . . keep saving and turning in your used kitchen fats. P. S. Yes! you do get paid for them . . . and you know how ready caih counts today. Keep Turning in Used Fats! American Fit Salvagi Committii, Inc. Order Your May and June Chicks Now Swea City Quality Chicks U, S. Approved—U. S. Pullor- um Controlled See us for BARGAINS in STARTED CHICKS —Males, mixed and females. April day old chicks available. Poultry meat and eggs will be good property this fall. Turkey Poults White Pekin Ducklings Phone or mail your order now or see our representative. iuy Swea City Hatchery Swea City, Iowa Phone 35 Mr, and Mrs, B. 'E. Sanders went to MaSon City Friday where she had a check-up after hel- recent illness. •• \ • • Mf. and Mrs. Martin Mirnbdch visited the latter's mother Mrs. Kate Esser at Cylinder and she returned home with them "for a visit. Mrs. Martin Hinders' and son Tommy of Britt were Wednesday evening visitors at the home 61 her mother Mrs. Drusie Noble. Mrs. Leo Steven, Accompanied Rev. and Mrs, \S. A. Riggs to Fort Dodge Tuesday of last week where they attended a meeting of church officials. Mrs, George Olsen suffered a painful accident the fore part of the week when she dropped a pail of water on her foot, bruising it quite badly. Collectors! New 3c Stamp Coming The Post Office Department will issue a 3-cent stamp through the Madison, Wisconsin, post office on May 29, 1948, to mark the one hundredth anniversary of the admission of Wisconsin ' to the Union. These stamps will be on sale at the Algona oost office May 30, 1948, or as soon thereafter as they are received here from Washington. Stamp collectors in Algona should watch the bulletin boards at the north end of the post office lobby for new stamp announcements as the local post office has been forbidden to notify them in writing as in the past. A notice will also be given to the newspapers in Algona Whenever any new stamps are cojning out. Gov. Candidate To Speak Wednesday William S. Beardsley of New Virginia, Republican gubernatorial candidate, will speak at the Algona high school in Algona ati 8 p. m. Wednesday, April 28. Mr. Beardsley is a farmer and retail businessman, and has served eight years in the Iowa senate, and represented Warren county in the last General Assembly. Vera Digs Out Another Big One So Fishermen Banquet F*ank ,Ve*a, that wily did veiwan 6f ihS'ttshfara as««. diliorts and slotted, wad host again Sunday night at 6He of his famous fish dinners. x He produced a 2S-lb. lake troul,.and a 26-lfa, ndfiHtoft pike, which was consumed by the fishermetrguests afiei it had been cooked to a flaky brown in fishing tradition. After dinner Prank told of the irip he, his daughter and his son took into the wilderness, ISO miles north of civili- sation in Canada. The guests, some of whom had heard previous accounts, said Frank had developed some new angles during the winter. Fishing from an airplane and whaling In Hudson Bay werei the two hl$h spots. Everyone ate so much they ^snl horn* quit* sroagy with fish and fish stbrles. . Guests were Vlrg Smith, Doc Gibson, Del Cloplan, Hugh Post, Leon Merrltt, Lawrence Gillespie, Del McPadden, Grady Phillips, Sam Kuhn and Ted Vera. Birthday Party, Lotts Creek, For Wm. Zimmerman Lotts Creek—Friends gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Zimmerman Monday evening an'd surprised "Bill" on his birthday. Those attending were Mr. arid Mrs, Nick Gongler. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Will, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Leininger and Jackie, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence K'irsch and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ruhnke, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rusch. Pinochilc was played and high' score family orifce went to Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gentler and low to Mr. afid Mrs. Harley Will. Joins Conslruction Crew Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Pijahn left Monday with their trailer home ' for Northwood, Minn., where Loreriz will again be employed with the J. P. Studer Construction Co. with whom he has been employed the past several years. \ Hcme From Honeymoon Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Vaudt returned home the last of the week from their honeymoon. The Walther- League met Monday evening at the Immanuel Lutheran school. Miss Arlene Witte, student nurse at St. Joseph's Mercy hospital, Sioux City, spent ' from Tuesday till Thursday at the home of her brother-ih'-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Zimmerman. They all visited at ; the Carl KummerfelcU home at tRuthven. Mrs. £ Mr, of ternoefr at the MM. Wilmst , Mts aftd MIPS, and fatttlly SMhtSUfidtrv at the homi* of M>. aftd Mrs, Lot en Barker aftd Stfft Mytofl, ton. , Make Suggestion In Crop Replanting ftecause last year's seedings killed out in part or completely on most every farm during the winter, emergency crops '•will haVe to be provided* According to A. L. Brown, county extension director, the following sug* gestions might well be followed. Pasturing off oats that have been seeded with clovers^ and grasses when the 'oats reach a height of 8 to 10 inches is one of the best emergency pastures. Moderate pasturing will , also help insure better stands of seedlings. Oats and sweet clover s might well be seeded in thinnetl oUt or hay. When cut In.the milk stage oat hay is quite nutritious. The sweet clover could be pastured in the fall or even could make a late crop of hay. FlHTOP DRESSING 18 wts Safe. foif a . standard w iJfiSfts fraft d Ka* 1 stop", ,u§ift| the VftHetl6t\, w •.•'"•' tw -pT«iAt*a jrf. ht ,& so m .tuM, as 'it stays Jreeft a little ,l»H|6f oats. Dbfrtfestie; rye toss saft' be pl&hted ^Ith oatl, It e'dtttl t6 grow during the summer 'and fall, but is' a Ibw producer 1ft the early seaseh. • ' .... Supt, of Schools, Bancroft, Resigns * .. O-' R. Mart, superintendent of the Bancroft public sfchddl-for the last twenty-sljj years; has dedded to retire from teaching -and his contract has been terminated .as of the end of the present sehobl year. Mr. and- Mrs. -Ha'rt plan to continue to live in .Bancroft where Jthey bwn 1 their .home and Mr. Hart will, probably devote his spare time to civil engineering. 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