The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 8, 1948 · Page 10
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Upper Be; Tu<iictay r June 8, !94§ 21 Seniors Graduate At Academy Betty Hentges (Pres.) Ruth Kollasch (V. Pres.) Wanda Sherman (Sec'y). Oilberi Buschet (f*%as,) Helen Cink Joan Lickteig Wagner Lois Pole Phyllis Reynolds Virginia Miller Geraldine Weishaar Cyril Veerc«mp Bette liarig Qajet$9 Forsberg Natalie Scholles Jeanne Loss Arlen« SpiUes Marvin Erpelding i 'sa, -Mrs.' Andy pstefint aft 8a«eif They win Ulve at Whttteftibffc th Mr. U ahd' Mri, Phil Shtsrtd and sons\ fbfn< ftftd Pat went ftcer M6ftday to meet Mr. a . JohnlShe^ddn of Prlmgh m. and\ Pat\ will return r with; f Mr. and M daft -to spend a . uf1&ay, \who attends St. tionlgc' at St.- PaUl, weekend with his pat- 'and' Mrs. Art Murray tt> " *' ^r&W*dy and children n/Minn., are vlslj- ing "friends and relatives at Bali>™' ' ' r, 'and Mrs.'R. J. Welp arid r,' 'and Mrl -A. J. Renger 6! B&nc'rof f •- went- to Marshalltow;n Sunday f • and Monday attended the funeral Of Ray Welp's youngest brother, William. the A. J. Rengers attended the graduation of Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Sandt, from the Lake Crystal .high school at Lake ( Crystal, fylinn. Robert is 'a nephew of Mr. Renger, Mrs. Elizabeth Williams of Bancroft :s. 'moving to her apart' above. the G. D. Hart resi- ' " ov. . . dence.' "Sjjc -'lived formerly with Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Meyer of Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nurre and .t\yO feOns, Ames, are visiting at the.hom'e of Richard's mothdr, 'Mrs, Anna Nurre, Bancroft. Portland Picnic Set For June 13 By Mrs. Martin'Becker Portland—The Portland Farm Bureau June meeting is to be a picnic at- Will Grbver's, Sunday, June' 13, , The afternoon sports committee is Earl Miller, George and Frank Becker and Harry Christiansen. The table committee is Mesdames Emil Einers, Earl Miller, Franz Teeter, Clifford Young, Tony Jandl and Harry Christiansen. The coffee committee is Mesdames Chas. Scott, Russell Shipler and Martin Becker. The ice cream and pop boys will be Earl Zweifel, Robert Harvey, Glenn Larson and Chas. Scott. Four Corners Club The Four Corners social met Tuesday, June 1, with Lavant Moore. Assistant Mrs. Earl Zweifel. committee was Mesd man Harms and Ted rs. was irogrdrn !S' """ Mr. and Mrs." LeWisBar.tl$t<i and son Arthur and" Yelmai Now Recuperating Mrs. Chris Bolic underwent a gall bladder operation a week ago and is slowly improving. Mr. Bolie is still vyith her. Her address is Sanitarium, Independence, Mo., Room 304. The Portland Progress club wired flowers to Mrs. Bolie last week. From California Mrs. F. A. Ringsdorf and daugh ter Patty leit California, Sunday, June 6, for a visit in Iowa with relatives and friends. They stopped at Dennison, Iowa, for a visit with Mrs. Kathryn Mulligan and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hunt. sen attended the graduation pe'r'e- morly at St. Joseph's Mercyy School of Nursing at Mason'City Sunday when Beulah ' Bai;t|ett graduated. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Larsbn, ,the Glenn Larsen family, Mr. 'and Mrs. Lavant Moore and small daughter were recent dinner guests of Mrs.'Hedwig Larsen, Burt. Arlene Nelson, Rockford, 111.,and Leota Nelson, • Mason City; spent last weekend at the^parental Henry Nelson.home. Miss Hanna Behnke left last Sunday for Los Angeles, ;:.Cal4f., for a visit with relatives.';. : Shjf also plans to go on to ,Canaaa visit relatives. ,-""•" Mj-s. Franz Teeteti 1 ' .has quite ill with the mumps. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Young are recent mumps patients and Mr. and Mrs. A.' W. Young, Clear Lake, are here helping ' at the, Young home. ,.,,, Mrs. Mary Kpin, Algoh'a, and Mrs. 'Joe LoebatH, Whftte'mWret spent Saturday at the;Fern;Drbne home. been. tt f ••>••«-' ^ Mr,*8n1S Mrs. Robert Anderson spent tljp. weekend in Sank Cen- tei-, Minn. , .Mr-afd.Mrs. J,. S.chwartz Spent M . §ftd, „ , cattle tJurifig .„,_._ „—sdft this sitmn— _-te American Foundation fdr Animal Health issued the. following Checklist of sii!hrh;er safeguards for tattle! , * pa's'ttfr'esr Guffd Against bloat artd grass tetany by making a gradual change to green- feed. "i. Inspect the herd once a week fbr' evidence of piftk- "e'ye. "3. In blackleg areas, have all Calves vaccinated against this'disease. '' "4. Protect the herd against flies by 'spraying witH DDT a( least fdur times during the - summer, , '•'6. Examine pastures per* iodically for the presence of get those. animals off Baitdil and a^/fly from the resi'fjf ffie herd afid' ha^e .,|fte?ft wealed ;imrttedlt v ateiy,' is *, ' ' • , "a;',Wh"eti calves are uh- thrifty, suspect the presence ot,parasites. The parasril-e ganger i3 feppcclaly great* on old pastures 'and • comfnunity pasture's! "9. If cattle share pastures wUfr,stock from,other farms, hav£ them immunraed against tetanusy blackleg a^id ,malig« ,naat edema. '" lT ip. "Bovin^tuberculosis is still', a'problem," and cattle shbuld be tested periodically for 'tuberculosis as well as brucellosisr" • ' Sunday morning until Monday afternoon visiting in Ames and Djes' Moines. Jbhn Weisbpod arri.yed in Fenton Saturday from New Yqrk City fop a visit with relatives. ' Mrs. Rose Crose and her brother Bert Chrischelles of Minneapolis, 'Minn., were Sunday dinner guests in the John Light home. They are old friends of the Light family. * * -^. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Madden were S.unday evening dinner guests in the.Harris Wadsworth home at Armstrong. , Mr. and Mrs. Leo Woods and family visited last weekend in the Alfred Woods home, Hampton. , , James Riddel arrived home Friday -after being discharged from the armed services. Nancy triggs visited Friday to Sunday with her grandparents, the 'Gottrgc Triggs, Gillette Grove. ' Suricfay dinner guests in the Clarence Bierstedt home wore Rev.' tfrttj Mrs. Friedrich and fam- tt wecuieauaj' ^cy^MjiiB *p " nBIlul; Ot th& birthW 6f Beth Aim Nowci. Guests W6£c Mr', afld Mf§, Ejed Newel and.j9eih Ann^IMfcrV &ul and Mrs. . . "Mt. am? to*. Alfred Woods Visited several days -this week in the Leo Woods home. 1 Mr. "afid / Mr3; Henry; Wilbcrg and Wrf* " ' , Halverson home, Cliy "officials say ^xes ate high" because" ,the' state is *o grasping. Gov. Blue says it is because local levies are so high. All the taxpayer,knows,is that they ar.e plenty high, whoever is responsible. HOME FOR SALE •i . n Motion residence at 514 S. Minn. 4> rooms and bath, 3 bedrooms, iine payed location, possession July lit as owner occupant is moving—$9,500. See Joel M. Herbst ANCE DANCE DANCE Figueroa Ballroom LIVERMORE, IOWA t TINY LITTLE and his orchestra THURSDAY, JUNE 10 Coming THURSDAY, JUNE 17 RALPH -EASTON 5SSS! Tuesday, June 8, 1948 COWAN BUILDING SUPPLY CO. AIgcna, Iowa When '•wiot'.i&yti Attend Burl Shower Erna Baars, Joan McWhorter, Mrs. Harold Becker and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley Jr. attended a shower honoring Miss Pat Hess, Saturday afternoon at the home of the Misses Ruth and Esther Hodgson, Burt. Miss Hess is a former Burt high school teacher and is to be married soon at her home in Charles City. Mankato Graduate Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett wore at Mankato, IVIinn., Friday for the graduation of their d.aughter Marcella from the teachers college there. Marcella has been hired to teach the sixth grade in the Comfry, Minn., school next year. . BANCROFT -Ui Dorothy Cogley, .daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. Joe Cogley Sr, of' Bancroft, is spending a few days; at the home pf'her parents at Bancroft. She is employed at the telephone office at Algona. •< Mr. and Mrs. Elaine .Haskins and son James of West Bend; were visitors at the John Shay home at Bancroft. Mrs. Haskins is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, John Shay. 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