The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 15, 1948 · Page 20
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 20

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 15, 1948
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4-Algdna Upper Dti Tuesday, June IS, 1946 Janet McFall A U|/""t'!>.* 'it Ji,-. VTlLr 1 ' V ••,.•(.' W ; •• J% * • Snower Guest, Fenton, Tuesday By Uts. Ardilh Halverson Fehlon—A 'miscellaneous show- ur was given for Miss Janet McFall on Tuesday evening in the Methodist church parlors. The room was beautifully decorated. Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod had charge of the guest book. Mrs. Jack Tieman had charge of the program, which consisted of two songs, "Now Is The Hour" and "Beg Your Pardon" by Pamella Weisbrod accompanied by Mrs. Tieman on the piano. A skit "The Newly Weds" was presented by Msr. Arlo Ranncy, after which Miss McFall opened her gifts. She was assisted by her sister Mrs. Wendell Rusch, and Mrs. Melvin Btekland and Mrs. Kenneth ^•Hammei'stroni, the latter of Burt. •" At the close of the evening a delicious lunch was served by the hostesses Mesclames Fred Brown. Harry Maase, John Men/:, Clarence" Triggs. Ray Stocbcr, Clarence Mcnz. Willard ;ienx. W. R. Wolfe. Jack Ticman. W H. Widdel, Art Voisl. Dale Weisbrod, Wendell Rusch, S. E. Straley. Ar-' nolcl Hanson, Marold Schlie. Wilfred Sloeber, Ed Schlie. W. J. Weisbrod. Roy Chrischilles. and Miss Audry Lul'kin. business meeting a handkerchief exchange Was enjoyed. Mrs.. Baago gave a report on hbr recent visit to the boys training school at Eldora. Miss Dorothy Dreyer was a guest. The next meeting will be Thursday afternoon, July 8 With Mrs. C. F. C, Laage. Edith Laage assisting hostess. Friendly Neighbors Meet The Friendiy Neighbors met Thursday afternoon with Florence.. Weisbrod. Mrs. Hans Baago was co-hostess. Sixteen members ans\Vored roll '-all. After a short At Auni's Funeral Mrs. Oliver Stoeber and Susan accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Joe Verbrugge of Armstrong to Renwick on Wednesday to attend funeral services for an aunt, Mrs. Chris Pogge, 71, who died Sun<lay as a result of injuries received in an auto accident Mr. and Mrs. Pogge were ctrlv- .ng in their car clown RenwickV main street on Tuesday, June 1, when Mr. Pogge suffered a heart attack and lost control of the auto, which plunged into a telephone pole. Both were rushed to the Lutheran hospital. Mr. Pogge is reported to be suffering from shock and his heart condition. Mr, and Mrs. Werner Siems ol Evansyille, Ind., are visiting in the George Seims and Herman Haack homes. Lois Hanteiman is visiting this week with relatives in Gractting- cr. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Dreyer and Roger, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler, Sharon and Judy visited in the John Kohlwes home at Lotts Creek Tuesday evening. Ed Priebe, Pete Rac»bs, Martin Hanteiman, Ray Kyhl and Paul Cornelius attended a Chevrolet) truck showing at the Des Moines ' fair grounds Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. H. Pettit and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Priebe, Mr. and Mrs. Will Weisbrod. and Miss Florence Weisbrod attended the wedding Sunday of Dorothy Endrulat. Homestead. Iowa, and ifs June Dairy Month in GET ALL THE MILK FROM EVERY COW! MILK-MASTER .'&• It's 'exclusive with the Milk- Master! The Vari-Matic "mechanical brain" adjusts vacuum to the need of each teat. With safe, full vacuum on hard milk- ers and reduced vacuum on easy milkers, the Milk-Master milks fast and comfortably on every cow, gets all the mifk in the udder, prolongs lactation periods. Ur US TELL YOU MORt ABOUT VARI-MATIC MILKING 2-MINUTE CLEANING No milker i< easier to clean than the Perfection. Ask us for FREE FOLDER on the new VEL method of cleaning. 2 Single Units complete with Pump and Pipe Installed, this week only. $ 325 40 ? CREAM SEPARATOR 'The only Separator that offers ALL these features— fc- NO GEARS * OIL SEALED BALL BEARINGS * STREAMLINED DESIGN "IOWA" CURVED DISC BOWL BIG CAPACITY-1,000 LBS. PER HOUR •••MHMi Never before such an outstanding Separator as the new Super "Bectric —- it's a greater ALL ELECTRIC SEPARATOR that is engineered and built exclusively 'for electric operation. ALL GEARS are eliminated^-oil sealed ball bearings do away with ordinary .piling attention or. oil supply. "Iowa" Curved Disc Bowl — stainless steel discs — gets all the cream! Come In and see this NEW Separator—its attractive price makes, it a BEST VALUE—and its proved performance means many years of greater cream prqfits for you. 159.50 l,000lb. Cap. CRILLY APPLIANCES Authorized Frigidaire, Maytag, Norge, PHONE 399 HAHLAN and STATS Warreh Sny'dSr at StdM Lake, Warren, is the soft of Rev, and Mrs, 3. T. Snyder bf Storm Lake. Rev. Snyddrt who performed the ceremony, is a farmer pastor of the Fehton Methodist ehUrch, Sunday dinner guests In this Clayton Ditsworth home were Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Brown. Rose Marie, Ronald, and David of Gtruver, Mr. and Mrs. &arl Dean and Mrs. John Newel. Mrs. Marie Lohse of Swea City is here helping care for Mrs. Votteler. A picnic dinner was enjoyed at Fort Defiance state park at Estherville Sunday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Don Boevers and daughter Penny of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Huskamp and daughter Trudy, and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Smith. The Occasion was in honor of Mrs. Huskamp's birthday. Those from the Fenton 4-H club attending Rally Day at Call, state park were Lois Hantleman, Anna Rae Weisbrocl, Marilyn Weisbrod, Beverly Pierce. Cathrine Carney, DeNora Mitchell, Mrs. Will Weisbrod, Mrs. Don Weisbrod and Mrs. Gerhard Hantelman. The girls made corsages for all the leaders and assistant leaders in the county. A picnic lunch was enjoyed by all those attending. Mr. and Mrs. Al Hewitt, Jerry and Jack have been recent visitors in the Fred Brown home. Fred Stansberry of Centcrville was a caller Monday afternoon in the Don Weisbrod home. Miss Elaine Mitchell has been a recent visitor in the Morris Mitchell home. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Silrum of Mankato are visiting in the Morris Mitchell home this week. Lois and Ruth Gilbertson are spending the week at the Albert Mitchell home. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell, Dale, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Silrum of Mankato, and Miss Elaine Mitchell were weekend visitors in the Arnold Haller home at Charles City. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Barker visited Saturday and Sunday in the parental Eugene Barker home at Little Cedar. Mr. and Mrs. Orvis Ranncy and Jack Gerhart spent the weekend at Marshall, Minn., visiting relatives. Marilyn Weisbrod and Kathryn Carney are atending 4-H camp at Clear Lake this week. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Straley and Audrey" ..... fdr IlUflpls they will Merle •". _. 0 . charged fro'rn" lW af beett in service one a _„_ years and has been stationed in Panarnd, Verda Eirriers i§' in Cedar Falls attending tollege. ' Mr. and Mrs. fimil Maftsagor of Hollandale, Mlflrt.i Visited in the Hehry Mansager hotrte Saturday and Sunday. i '-~* I _*_», ,.!,„ „. ,' | _ We Salute KOSSUtH BOUNTY We Recognize That Dairying is One of Our Most Important Farm Operations. HOME OF N U T R E N A FEEDS Hatchery & Feed Just South of Milwaukee Depot * "* \ . 4 * * <. * t* .ij 1 ' r j * * li v t * "' *l? ^1 , * J * - ,«V «« , \ * - *~~i; * Cut Weeds and Tall Grass Quicker! with a JAR I POWER MOWER * Cuts 4 to 5 Acres in 8 Hours * Easy to Handle on Rough Ground * Cuts 1 !/2 Inch From Ground 0 Rugged, Dependable Construction We Have That New Clemson Lawn Mower ENGINEERED TO MAKE GRASS CUTTING EASIER $28.95 Light in weigh!—only 33 pounds. Gives full 17-inch cul. No sod scuffing because of new 3-piece roller,' Streamlined throughout—a real lawn mower beautyl Only $99.50? Yes- Only $OQ50 For a Rotary-Blade POWER MOWER With Maytag Twin Cylinder Gas Engine Here, folks, is an amazing value! Sells for far less than comparable power mowers. Velvet-cut; heavy duty blade. Powerful Maytag twin cylinder gas engine, See it—corn* pare it—we believe you'll want it, NORTH CENTRAL IOWA FEED & PAINT CO. 606 DIAOONAL PHONI628 Open Soturdqy Night Until 9:00 Q'dock June Is Dairy Month! r\ *-r^5l'.«., .. .and here in Iowa, fortunately, EVERYBODY CAN HAVE IT! T'BMfltHH In Kossuth County, the Production* ^o'f Milk, Its Processing and Consumption, Have Truly Become an All Encompassing Industry, Playing.^ a Vital Part in the Life of Every On^/ojf the 28,000 or More Persons Who Live Here. . , - *>' . , i Between 80 and 90% of the Kossuth farmer*are"engagedntri the year 1947^he Algona Coop Creamery Co. processed 13,716,645 pounds of milk and hundreds "of thousands of pounds of cream. This in turn was manufactured into butter and powdered skim milk. Over a million pounds of butter, plus thousands and thousands of bottles of milk and cream were distributed to the homes 'and stores in Algona. 1947 Butterfat Average During the year 1947 the average price paid by the creamery per thousand pounds for wholemilk on a butterfat basis was as {allows: ' r - s ° : Whole Milk Butterfat...... _U. J....._.._..,. _..; $95.50 Sweet Cream Butterfat....., _.:;.. 1,.'..-:...$81.30 First Grade Butterfat............ $79.40 F. O. B. Algona % UTTERFAT PRICES The Algona Cooperative Creamery Co. paid the following prices per cwt. for whole milk on a butterfat basis for the period May 15-May 31, 1948. Whole Milk Butterfat _™..-™$1.10- Sweet Cream First Grade Butterfat,^_ F.O.B. Algona - DISTRIBUTORS OF Pasteurized B. D. Tested Milk Pasteurized B. P, Tested Cream '','«• Iowa State Brand 'Butter -, Powdered Milk Ethel Gas Aj.Co.Tex Gas AI'Cp Al'Co Oil. Vee'Pol Tiodyr, Oil . . Non Taxable. Tractor Full ; \ v and Kerosene; S CO-OP. i i rjt -

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