The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 15, 1948 · Page 21
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t.' :V-' •-• 'A, • >• Mather Of Ltikota Dentist Passes, Buffalo Center . tj*. M*s. J. H. , "* k £, "*• Word was received hwe Thursday that Mrs. Elizabeth Murray, mother of Dr. H, H. Murray had passed away that •morfilng at'the homo of Her son Frank Murray east of Buffalo Center. Funeral arrangements are, pending. Ous- Torino is still confined in Park hospital in Masoji City but is reported somewhat improved from an eye and head ^infection. W, S. C. S. Meeting Mrs. Lauren Thompson was hostess to the, Methodist W. S. C. S. last week Wednesday afternoon with 30 women present. Mrs. Virgil Barrett had charge of devotions and gave the lesson on The. •Christian. Alcohol and « e 7 i o <t GET THE ANSWER FRIDAY JUNE 18 at Kent Motor Co. ALGONA, IOWA ttqalth. Aside' from' the 80 wo-- mcft present i2t) chitaBft were served lUhth oft Hie la^fi aftd It proved a very pleasaht afternoon. A fo* Ofandchild Mr. and MfsYW. E, Ley received word last week Wednesday morning 6f the birth ot a son to their daughter Betty, Mrs. Edward Buekels arid husband, at the hospital in Boone. He weighed 7 16s, and has been named James Ley. Me has a brother Steven, • ' Mettle After Visit . Verna Wirtjes returned home Thursday morning afw '•'•&'. six weeks visit with her Jf paternal grandparents Mr, ffrKfeMrs,.-I-tenry Wirljes at SibleyiiVjpna, had the mUmps while gonB$wglch to a certain extent marral trfi visii Boys Canip Cook Mrs. John Heetla day for the Boy So Spirit Lake -which day. Mrs. Heeflan.d cook for4he boys\^ Thurs- at Sun- IMbe chief Has Rheumatic Fever I Betty LoU Miller, one of this years' hHh school, graduates, was taken sicK with I'hfe'UWatic fever a week ago and will nave to remain in bed for several weeks. Ai Church' I. E. Wortman, J. E. .Smith, Jerry tlkcna, Jerry Ileetland and Frank Lewis attended a layman's meeting at the Presbyterian church in Algona last week Sun- dav in the interests of the New Life Movement. At Boys Slate Gamp Dick Ravrt left last week Sunday. morning for Fort Dodge and there joined other boys for an 8- day trip to Boys' State at Camp Dodge in DeS Moines. The Lakola Legion post is sponsoring the trip for Dick. Schroeder Girls Home . • Charlotte and Diana Schroeder arrived home Wednesday, June 2 after a 1.0 day visit with" theif "sister and family, the Robert E. Anderson's in Des Moines. ( Friday their parents took 4hem to Aleona where they .took the train to Madison. Wis., where their brother Winston. Schroeder met them and took them to his home at Evansyile, Wis., for a two weeks visit. " r Mr. and ,Mrs. '3/Cjjai* fr Garrett drove to George, Iowa, last week Sunday and spent the clay visit- in? Mrs. Garrett's mother Mrs. Minnie Mammenga. '• Michael and Woodrqw Ells- ^T The weather and human ailment* are favorite topics of everyday conversation. The next-door neighbor is alert to recbmmend her farorite •remedy for any set of symptom*. Another friend holds implicit faith in something else. You are . caught in a cross fire of claims and counterclaims; Artemus Ward observed that, "The trouble 'flf Gss^»--\ with people is they know too many things that ain't so.lj What seem to be almost identical symptoms in two patients ' may rcsult.from entirely different causes. Your physician has spent at least eight arduous years, in the study of health and disease. He is thoroughly familiar with the .techniques of diagnosis and treatment. The pharmacist's specialty is the preparation and dispensing of the jdrugs your doctor orders. When ill, first see your,doctor; Then bring your prescription to us. * r T IONS S P E C I PHONE ALGONA , IOWA Keep Your Farm Sanitary >Our aim is to give you 2-hour removal ori dead stock, large or small f> iS IT A n LJELMU Phone Algona No. 7 Collect or Paul irnst D. X. Station, Uvermore,^ —} 2514' Schumacher D. X, Station, Whittomore 23^1 or 1500 ! Fenton _-_____,.—>_: „,_,__,__,____,.5QO ._,___ „__«______.] 500 .; ___>, T _ ___4__^__500 lidysr.d '-,-— r — <* •»-•<-- C --S09 Uancreft — „ ^, -,---4 4441 |Wt5l»y a twYtms iff fe Self «t AJI Times Algona Rendering Co. \ 0»pt. Airt_Us. 3i ' - . Worth, Mason City, nephews of MrS/H. H. Murray, arc visiting here for two vyeeks. The A. C, 'Schissels spent a few days at they- tillage at Spirit Lake a -week ago. , Mr. and Mrs'.- Robert' Hillson, Oelwein, Iowa, left for their home last week after spcrfding part of their Vacation with relatives in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Johnson, Mrs. Hillson's parents accompanied them to Minneapolis and to northern Minnesota where they visited relatives. Mrs. Wilbur Wirtjcs, the Johnson's daughter, stayed at the Johnson farm home while her parents, were gone. Ray Smith and Irvin Koppen were business .[Visitors at Ames last week Tuesday/ • LuVeilie Mr. and Mrs. Frank Devitt of Algeria attended the funeral of Edward Allen- Wednesday at the Methodist church. ; ' Mrs. Jack Lrixviarnc, Johnny and Jane of Fwt Dodge, carn'e Thursday to Visit h'or parents Mr. and Mrs. H..?E. vK'pgcrs. Diana, sm'alfe daughter ,of Mr. and Mrs. -Ja$&3 . Neville, and Michaol, s'mMiy son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred' ffieiffei',, oil of Am:;s. are spending- a . few days \vith their grandparerilS Mr, A. W. Dimtef, ' - Dinner guests of Mr". Ray Stone Saturday were George D61t2el Aha Roger of Spencer, Mr, Sftcl . Verne Stone and granddattghjtor Karen Ruth of Mason City^ Mrs. Blanche Allen of MiHhBBpgJis and Mrs. H. E. Peitsske Of tu- Verne, Mrs. Pdtzke sold ncr household goods that afferftoon and went to Mason City to Visit her daughter Mrs. Stone. She will make her home with v ber daughter Mrs, F. W. Thompson in Eagle Grove. PORTLAND The Portland Progress club' is to meet Thursday, June 17 with Mrs. Joe Zanke, in Bust. ' Marilyn Trunkhili;. had a relapse after a siege of mumps and was not able to go to 4-'H club camp. Mary Lou Shipler went? as an alternate. , • 4 Norma Scott spent a short vffeil between semesters at horns ajncl returned June 14 to Ames for the summer quarter. • ' j Chas. Scott is at Nyc, Wis., for a visit with his brother Clarence and family. They will go fishim' in the lakes there and also'in Canada. , A nephew, Michael Scott, accompanied Charley.' j 7 , 1« Pred^ses milk •' v -.•''. ; r 2. £^fa§Biffi!§.is body weight 3. By lids f_ie csaif • *.: Be sure your cows get the proteins '••' vitamins 1 and minerals they need for ^ high production, good health and long life. Ask for 34% ARCHER DAIRY.' CONCENTRATE. :.-w r,t <• i,i» \^ Aw«^W **"*^ •"> r -.f -^ ''"^^^m ^m ^^* oncFlouf & Feed Co. So. 1 Phillips Sti W. C. TavWr & Sons Algona, Iowa J A ' • ' ' . Sandy H. of Meadow View •' .', '. •'•-• - • • . '.•;.' 68340 bur grandson of Col Harry, that great Brown Swiss bull who was sold to the'Ohio ; • '' • • v • • , ' Breeders Inc. for $23,500 last fall, wishes to -,"'.. • • * j announce that he will be replaced in the rfear future in our herd by a son of Duke who is •'•'•• X- . . I sired by Duke Dan of Elmhurst, 'son of Doro'*''*?••' - • './••" • I thy Janetfe, who classified Excellent and! has 845 Ibs, fat made on 2 time day milking, His dam Vogel B. of Hillsdale who Classified Very Good with an Excellent in Dairy Character made 680 Ibs, of butterfat. Her* half• / • ^ . , • sister Grand Champion Iowa State Fair, 1947, and the dam of the first prize produce of dqm Iowa State Fair 1947, ( •-, -*f .r ' ~ ''<<'•• Sandy H of Meadow View 68340 also wishes tp announce that Mayer's will have some High grade heifers sired by him for sale this "^ * *~ ^ - . -- * ?' • * j,*" fall from high'testing ejams, '*• : n}- ,'!"'-•, Algona, IQWO * Perm leiuttd 8^ milt south ^of Sextpn ' i V . , , ».^.. %-. : .- -•'.-v''- •-s* -•'-. • v '- : '^'" > "'' -jlc. *.•*•«-:.'.<.,<£., •'.?;'' ,iv" ...-! f- •;.? - ,, . . .:: CASE MACHINERY SEE OUR STOCK OF Types Spray Equipment Both Amine and Ester 2 4-D in DuPont Sherwin-Williams and Dew is[ We have —that o what farmers hers wajn|i*^Veed'spra5^' 1 *ca«le'or barn! spray — we have it. .'Se^ us before you buy your 2 4-D.' (All farms'rs hereabouts usir.^ both Ester aad are getting excellent results) Our Rocket Trailer Type Sprayers (picture at left) j are still coming, although suppliers are behind. Thai's! why we're glad we placed future orders 6 months ago! in anticipation of the demand. Come out and see our! demonstration. i EZ-FLOW FERTILIZER SPREADERS WIDE TYPE TRAILERS & BOXES 1 GALLOWAY AND CASE DRAGS BALE TIES 9x15 (Limited Supply) ' •' ! ' , 'I, 'I ''I.'' ' COW SPRAY-HOG OIL-DDT FOR CORN BORERS "4^7 <, -, ' ^ Rotary Hoes Pail Grease Hog Feeders Tractor Paint *• r Tractor Weeders Log Chains Feed Baskets Grease Guns Tarpaulins Tractor Tires USED MACHINERY * . • 1—B Allis Chalmers Tracto* with Cultivator 1-1941 SC Case Tractor with Cultivator 1-1944 H-Farmall Tracto^ with Cultivator 1—John Deere P Tractor i 1-J2-14 IHC Plow 1-2-14 Allis Chalmers Plow USEOCARS 1942 Ford V«8 (Cleanest used car around) 1992 Chevrolet (good condition) ' 1937 Uncoln Zephyr Your Complete Farm Store t * "*•>', ^ *" TAYLOR IMPLEMENT South Phillips Street f *i A ICON A, JOWft SpMssel'is Proven to'^lie former's No. 1 Taylor's! 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