The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 15, 1948 · Page 19
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. . bn» .H6fik-"The Lane 'Sock y Rackets OirlS 1 ' 4-H club a special meeting 'Tuesday rn&6n, June 8, at the home of [nryft wlllrett. There were 16 bers present, Mrs. Decker, Mitchell, Mrs. Anderson visitors. Mrs, Ralph Thomp- in,and Mrs. P. L. Person, their gave demonstrations, .rciH, guvt; uemonsiraiions, ty Person gave a demoristra- HJI'I oh how to make cheese All of the Vegetables rare served with Lthelr lunch. 4Vvel Schmidt and IJelilah larlow wtrc unable to attend ie*meeting because they had for the Clear Lake camp that "fling. Their candidate to run county office Rally day, June sented S Skit OH "Home Furnishing" .ifl , ihe afternoon. There Were 20 members and. five moth' e"H SV Rally Kay. Th(» club has tHfee demonstration teams practicing fdif 'the; fair. "AcKieVement- Day, the best of the three,*wlll be at the fair in August. The teams are: Kath- ryn.Willfett'and Verdabell Behi 4 -- 6nHf, "Angel Good Cake". Betty PefSOfi, Elnora Schadendorf, '"Pressure Sauce pan", Rita Hurlburt- and Garo.l Ann Thompson, "Cookln'g Meat". Pictures taken of the club, followed by a delicious lunch by the hostess. Ai ddufliy Heeling v .Mi's. Ray Bifirstedt, Mrs, GalV yin Householder, and Mrs. Emit Kraft attended a joint Legion' and Auxiliary meeting at Bancroft Thursday evening. A New Grandchild Word was received here by the grahdparents, Mr, and Mrs. C, F. HERE IS* The Electric Fencing That Can and Is Working IT' (Turn to the Back Page of the Monthly Ruraf Gravure Section in This Paper for Full and Complete Details) Linde Implement Swea Gity, Iowa Kossuth County's SURGE Dealer r that-thai*-Ian-Mid , . and Mfs. ttaymottd Schultz, became the parents of a fine baby son, Denfiis Lloyd, bofn on June 1, weighing 1 Ibs., 18 <M> The Raymond Schultz's live ftear Kellogg, Miftn., and have anbth- son, David. The Ladies Mite society will rtifiet Thursday afternoon, June 17. with Mrs. Fred Qenfich. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchaed Sr. and Ben Murray left Thursday morning for Detroit, Mich.( where the Blarichards will visit their daughter and husband, Mi\ aiKJT Mrs. J. E. Flynn, and Ben Will b0 fet his home in Detroit. Mrsi !Ray Reinart and son Steve 0f Strom Lake and Calista E!lsbeck§r of Bancroft s'pentf Thfeday at the A. J. filsbefeker home', , Susan Montgomery left Thursday to ylsit her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Montgomery at Swea .Pity. ; Tenus Madison of Algona spent Wednesday evening at 'the Milton /Madison home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrfch spent Saturday 'over night at the Fred Rasmusson home at Renwick, They visited Rev. • and Mrs. Kitterman at Kanawha that evening. Sunday they spent at the Gerald Leming home, Hampton, and also visited Mr.; and Mrs. Gene Pearson, there. •.. Mr. and Mfs. M, E. Blanchard left Wednesday to visit at the home of their daughter^ Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Angus • near Burt until Sunday. 'Mrs. Alex Krue- ?r spent Friday visiting at the Hiram Ackerman .home at Burt. , ;. , Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Kfueger spent ' Thursday at Rochester, Minn., whcr Mrs. Krue'ger is go- ihg through the clinic. Kay Hamlan returned home with; them after a three weeks visit at the Raymond Schultz home at Kellogg, Minn. , Dr. and Mrs. - H. A. /Angus of Lawton, Okla., and N.-L. Co.ttoh spent Monday at the W. ft Cotton home. Mrs. Don Angus and children and Mrs. H. A. Angus qf Lawton, Qkla., sperit Friday there. ' '; ' Mr. and Mrs. Berndrd O'Donnell and family spent Sunday visiting relatives at Laurens. Mrs. F. L. Tribon of Algona. her daughter Mrs. Otis Paddock and daughter Patsy of Phoenix 'Ariz., spent Thursday afternoon at the Wm. Rath home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mueller and Ruth of Long Prairie,, Minn. DJla Laabs of Algona were Tuesday dinner guesfs at the Alex Radig home. Mrs. E. M. Jensen/and Jerry are visiting the Wm. Mull Jr home at Muscatine. Helen Jensen left Monday to spend the summer at th§ home of Mr. and Mrs E. A. Wald at Los Angeles, Calif Mr. and Mys. Lorenz Cteizen auer became the proud,,;parents of a fine 'bab'y boy, weijghin{ 11 Vi Ibs., which was born a home Thursday morning, June 10. They have four other boy and one girl. Mr., and Mrs. P., L. Person, ^ SffllJy", M>. ft«d Mrs. ReinhoW 'efson and son of Swea City ivere Sunday dinner guests at he Edw. Hoppe home at Garden Uy, Minn. r They brought home heif grandson, Roger fijoppe, to /fslt. Mr. and Mrs. P. L, Person rtd Roger spent Wednesday at IVuman, Minn., shopping and 'isiting their othef daughter, Mr. nd Mi's. Milo Bonebrake. Mr. and Mrs.' Elmer Krause jecarne the proud parents of a Ine baby girl, weighing 6 Ibs,, vhich was born at home on Wednesday, June 9. The little tiiss was named Cheryl Everene, iliey have another daughter. Jen Jacobson of California ar- Ived Thursday evening to Visit ils sister, Mrs. J. T. Cherland, and family. Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis of Waukegan, 111., came Wednesday 0 visit the parental Wm. Nelson lorne on iheir honeymoon. Mrs. .lewis was the former Margaret kelson, and they were married ^riday. Other brothers and sis- ers, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Hurl)Urt and family, of Britt, the Kelvin N ; elson family of Gold- ALONG THE WAY FORGO MINEBAl SPRINGS BOHUNQ CO., HUMBOWT, WWA . 6nd Mrs, Raymdnd Nel^ i an flft daughter, Burt t Mr. and ^fs. .Kfttttieth Bates and daUgh- ef> Algolia; Mr. and Mrs. May- lafct'Ktteck and famllyj Swea ^it#{ 3!L Spent Wednesday even- ng at the parental Wm. Nelson lofn& , Mr. and Mrs. Lewis re- tUrned Home Thursday night. , Mr., and Mrs. M. O. Richards arrived' Home Thursday night frorti Sjoyx City, where he." has been since Saturday. He attend.- ed the grand Masonic lodge and visited their son, Guy. Mr, and Mrs. Andrew Thornsen left Friday to. attend gradu- 4ti6h from Ipwa. State .callege at Ames of hor> niece, Jean Doty. Mr, afld Mrs. Henry. Kueck tpojt their son Melviri back to Pes Mbihes, 8'un.day. Mrs. Lucy Schmidt and Ivan left Saturday to visit Mr. and Mfs. Alefc Millefr at BoOne. $ob Korlaske and Pat Kelly of Emmetsbuig came Tuesday to spend "a few days at the Everett LockWood home. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jensen spent Thursday everting at the Dean Jfergenson home hear Al- gona. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schroeder afld family spent Sunday visiting the Ervin Klatt home at Cylinder. Mrs. Harold Angus' of Burt, Mrs. Claude Whitehill Sr. of Algona arid Mrs. Gerald Angus and children spent Monday in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt, Everett Hanna, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thompson spent Wednesday in Spencer. The men attended an A. A. A. meeting. Dr. H. A. Angus, Dr. Donald Angus of Lawton, Okla., R. T. Angus, Bob Angus, Harold Angus, Delmar Angus, and Joe Coll- ihar left Wednesday morning foi a fishing trip into Canada. Grace Angus is staying with Mrs. Vollmar while they are gone. Mrs. Yollmar, Mrs. Wallace McArthur, and Grace Angus spent Thurs- drfy In Fairmont, Minn., shop- Ring. Mrs. H. A. Angus and Mrs Donald Angus and two children of Lawton. Okla., N. L. Cotton. and Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer and two daughters spent Thrsday at Tuesday, Jurte 15, 1941 West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Behrettds and Ronny spent Thursday evening at the LaVerne Hammerstrom home, Mr. and Mrs. La* Verne Hammerstrom and Sileen took Mrs. Selma HamrherStfoni Wednesday to stay with "Mrs. La* Verne Hammerstrom's aunt,'Mrs. Ben Johnson,- Emmetsb.tfJ'g. Mrs. J. M. Blanchafd 91., Mi's. Frank Flaig, Mrs. Alex Krueger, Mrs. Ed McGuire, Mrs, W. G. Flaig, Mrs. J. F, Quinn held a surprise birthday party in honor of Mrs. Fred Genrich at . her home Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Alme and Shirley of Ottosen were Tuesday evening supper guests at the Alfred Schultz home. They spent the evening visiting the parental J. M. Blanchard Sr. Mr. and Mr.s Kyrwqod Quirm. find Kathy of Ames came o.r Wednesday to visit the parents' J. F. Quinn home. frt Coimh0MS* LuVefne—Barbara MWefij b* [ah work at th^ Ifosalit* " a '*" E ' odurt house, in ATgo^'fe Jyne H BatbflM \s t|e of Mr, * and Mrs. Ernd and graduated with the valedictorian of tfte •$!$ LuVerne high schbdf'hl WANT ADS BRlNGfl RESULTS :« *1 £> USE THE WANT HAtidlf OF GnAtt£ ttf^i TO WttOM^liTMAY c6NCEitK: „ Notice is hereby given Uiattthfe Kui ".rain. Inc., has duly amended Aril)' f of its Articles of Incoi-fiOJ-atfort 'wl " slates the name and f>rtnclpat ol md illace of business of the eorjidfSi 1 Uon. This Article is amended oy slflk- ng out the word "Wesley 1 and insert- ng the word '"Algona". The safd \mendcd Article shall be: "The name of this corporation Shall •"> th° Ku'«i G»-ain, Inc.'AtgBna, Kassuth Co , Iowa". •, , i unieu this i;ut)i dav of May, 1948,. KUN2 GRAIN, INC. , ' By Arthui Maass, VIee President By: Pied A. tJlekmann, seer< ~ . t)21-24 Now Featured in Morton's x Complete Line of y i ',« FARM i , ' ' ' - r s t * .» ? \\ Vyjjl |>e to the interest of you Dairymen fo investigate the ^ujjt-to-order Cpttle Feeders now being produced by Norton's. The originql, basic designs have been produced, by an exV pert, and it is possible to have variations incorporated into eac,h feeder. Each cattle feeder w,e bui|d is treated, as a separate proppsition — we build it to your order,: prop in and let us |8 RV«r t hes:e - proflt-'maltip^ buildlr^flf with »o,u, In person, We are building th«rn .'ill I. i • •>< I ^.T.*. Built in Our Own Yards to Rigid Specifications/ by Skilled Carpenters Norton Portable Farm Building* deigned from .the farrier's point of view. They are built lo yield MORE 9 the ~~ fue, of v These ^ydlngi are conplrucled according to the Lee palenJj (Mr. E. C. Lee himself is a Feed mw who designed sound, copsiructyvf feeding ic^eft? |niqi his Building det^). All buildings «uje laid 911 creospi«4.. skids, so that they may ^ moved w clean ground at wiUk Th,SUf &• built carpenters. Generally, these buildings have 2-inch plank floors and framework of 2x4's. are of drop siding, and roofs ^ «Ju>$»d. A grain-bin door is , ,,„« ifif S*°*>. If 4W'«<J» The bwW' are, paAnied ?W or while, again as These, are sound, solid buildings, are designed and, built to give of >«ryice p» $& fa^m-^Years of SERViqE. Delivered to Y«Wf f^rw WWllR ?* M«W «f AlgW; N«l E»tra Charge, Additional ~ . -. > ** fetMiw of 75 from AJgono), OTHER NORTON PORTABLE FARM BUILDINGS • • ' •"•• -.;<•,• .&TB* '& T " Hog Houses •.' ef Poultry Brooder

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