The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 15, 1948 · Page 22
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,''''"•''• < ••" .«*.*"' *S*«k4 > i t".'Av:'* s ' erta Uppar Dei Matnti '" j*- ewlywedsOn it In Wesley n Honeymoon Tuesday, June 15, 1948 " fiy Wesley «— Mr. and Mrs. John Larson, nfewlyweds of Chicago, 111,, came Sunday morning for a 1 few days visit at the parental Mrs. Tillife Loebig home. Mrs. Larson is the former Alvina Op• pedal a.nd the young couple was ( married ifi Chicago Wednesday, I morning, June 9, at 7 o'clock. The young bride is a medical secretary at a hospital in Chicago, and will continue her work. Pier husband is employed in a wholesale hospital They were honored at a reception at thfe Mrs. Loebig home on Sunday afternoon. Wed 22 Yfears Mr. ancl IVfrs. August Studer observed theit!i2-2hd wedding anniversary iWedri'e-sday." C. D. A. Installation Mrs. Tom Forburger and Mrs. Joe Miller were servers at the regular meeting of the Catholic- Missionary society on Wednesday afternoon. The C. ' ; D. A. held its regular meeting Wednesday evening with the . newly-elected officers taking their offices. Five hundred was) played following the business meeting. Laura Ann Miller won high score prize, Mrs. Lickteig low. and Mrs. Leo Hanig, chair prize. Visit Injured Woman Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rickc and Regirta 6f fipftne, Mrs. Clara Baldift of Jewigij Mr, aftd Mrs. Lauf:eh6e Wir^h of Story City visited Mrs. Rick'e s; sifter, Mrs.. Georfee Hildman, a patient at the Kossuth hospital at , Wednesday. Mrs. Hildman is recuperating from the car accident on June 28 in \fhich Mr. Hildman was killed. She suffered a broken arm, leg, collar bone, ribs, and a severe gash on her forehead. Wilbiir Monson Home Mr. and Mrs, Wilbur Monson arrived at the parental Albert Monson home Friday morning. He has been recently discharged from the army and was stationed in California, where he was married last vear. At Graduation Program Mr. and Mrs. Joe Studer and Tommy and Stanley Studer, son of J. P. Studer, went to Mt. Carmel, Wis., on Saturday, June 5, to attend graduation exercises 'at the St. Lawrence college. Cletus. a son of J. P. Studer, graduated from the 12th grade with a class of 45 pupils. Joseph Studer Jr. graduated from Junior college with a'-class of 13. Marvin, another son of J. P. Studer, completed the llth grade at the college. All returned home Sunday night. The Wesley folks visited Mrs. Kate Simon at Campbells vi lie, Wis., Saturday evening. Visit Eisenbachers Mr. and Mrs. Linus Simon and twin sons ancl Anna Simon of Campbellsport, Wis., visited Eisenbacher relatives here last week. They all attended the fun- oral of their relative, Geo. Hilcl- man here, Monday morning, May o 1. Harry Studer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Studer, and Willis Jones attended the 4-H Boys' District IS IMPORTANT TO DAIRYMEN Feed 1 is important to your dairy herd. We do your custom grinding as you want it—we furnish all the ingredients if you wish—or grind your own. CATTLE FEEDS ALL-FEED PRODUCTS POULTRY FEEDS HOG FEEDS FEED GRINDING RISING MILL & ELEVATOR GUARDIAN of your well-being brown-eyed beauty, and her 1,286,000 sisters on Iow» farms, make an important contribution to your perspnal welfare. i " :'. *': Day after day, they produce the dairy foods so vital to the health of your family. And through that abundant production, they provide a major source pf Iowa's cash income -^- over $3,000,000.00 every week — money that makes business for Iowa stores, and fills pay envelopes for jowa wage-earners. i Yesj the dairy cow richly deserves the recognition accorded her $iyri n g Dairy Month. And, throughout the year, your family deserves the privilege of enjoying, in generous*me1asure, the fine healthful foods which the dairy cow provides in such abundance. il bPOKfcbWAN FOk NfcARlY 200,000 IOWA DAIRY FARMERS Club Camp at Clear Lake June 8, 9, 1,0. Five hundred boys from 11 counties attended, 75 from ftbsstith Kfeith, s<m of Mr. and Mrs. Ur- bari Neuvotn, wa.s horiored at a. birthday party at his home Tuesday afternoon. He Was s years old and nine little Boys attended the party. Lovely gifts were presented to him and lunch was served, following an afternoon of games. 4-M Judging tout The 4-H boys of Wesley township, their parents and families, attended an all-day meeting at the Clarence Dorrtbier home Wednesday, June 9. Seventy-five attended and the boys inspected and judged livestock. Joe Studer is leader. All enjoyed a picnic dinner at noon. Visited at Sluders Shirley Studer and Rosemary Studer, students at I. S. T. C. at Cedar Falls, spent the weekend at their oarental Joe Studer and August Studer homes. Leave After Visit Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lang and four children returned to their home at Cedar Falls Thursday night following a few days visit at her parental J. L. Haverly home and with his relatives at Armstrong and Titonka. Larry will besin his duties next week with the Martin Distributing Co. of Cedar Falls. He will operate in the Mason City territory. He has been employed at the John Deere company at Cedar Fails the past three years. Mrs. Lang is the former 'Ethel Haverly. Other Thursday evening guests nt the Haverly • home were the Evroul Loebigs, "Bud" Haupt- mans, and Gayle Studers of Algona. Visii Grandmother Eileen and Rosemary, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Will Ryan, went to Boono last week for a visit with their grandmother, Mrs. Katherine Lacev. ldw Hold Memorial Service The Odd Fellow and Rebekah, lodges held Memorial services Cor' their deceased members Sunday,. June 13 at 3 o'clock at the Meth-' odise church. The g*uest speak- er was Chancy Vile, past «. master, of Masoft City, %o ing the program and spet floral sprays 'were placed „,. graves at the cemetery by li group of girls. Blfeieh Family,.. fHfinlfc Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boh'n aftd three sons enjoyed a picnic at the Walter Bleich home near gona, Wednesday of last . Other relatives who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Jf. L. Bedell of Pipestone, Minn. Mr. at\d MfSs Niebauer and Mr. and Mrs. Spees of Gilmore City. : ' • \ > Mrs. Matilda Johnson, who now at the home of her "daughter, Mrs; J, L. Haverly, was ab.le to enjoy a car ride on Metnorial Day and is able to be taken but on the porch when the' weather is favorable. •! Will Frimml, Minnie Frimrnl and their sister, Mrs.'Lucy Brabee of Fort Dodge, went to St. Louis last week to attend the graduation exercises of the latter's daughter Virginia from a college there. Then they all left for a sightseeing trip to the Atlantic coast. Gloria Ann, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kelch of Superior came Tuesday of last week for a visit with her grandmother, Mrs. Viola Studer. Kenneth Forburger and Bill Studer are employed with a building spraying outfit from Britt. Denny ancl Darrell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Long, visited their grandparents, the Clarence 'Ack- crsons last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lnng are now at Webster City, where he is employed with a gravel gang. Mrs. Henry Eisenbarth and son Mary of Livermorc were Thursday Wallers at the Louis -, Cirtk home. ;. '-' Mr. and Mrs. George 4. Gink spent the past ten days Visiting relatives at Parker, S. D.' They attended the wedding of -a-niece, Dorothy Devorak, Saturday morning of last week. Oliver Young, Henry Shore, Clarence Ward and Ed Ricke fished at Spirit Lake and at Minnesota lakes last week. Mrs. Ben Felt and her daughter, Mrs. Nina Ranck, arrived here Saturday from their winter home at Rockledge, Fla. Mrs. Felt is past 87 and makes the auto /rip twice a_y£ar. Boost your on milk! On SPRAY LIVESTOCK AND FARM BUILDINGS WITH PE51ROY 25" DDT UADI ftUu Ito, U. J, FAT. Q WATER MIXABLE SPRAY... It's Concentrated! Pestroy-sprayed cattle gain up to 50 extra pounds of beef p«r head per year! Cows give up to 20% more milk! Only 3 or 4 Pestroy sprayings keep cattle free from insects for entire season 1 The cost... only 4(* per head! INSECTS ARE COSTING YOU MONEY . . . lots of it! Why? Watch your cattle during the fly season. Instead of feeding and gaining weight your cows and steers are fighting off insects, bunching, wallowing in streams. The insects are getting a good meal, but your cattle are not I Only three or four Pestroy spray* ings a season give your livestock complete insect protection! Contrast this with the troublesome, old' /ashioned, twice-daily sprayings) And Pestroy is the easiest-to-use form o.f DDT. It works perfectly in a simple pump-up hand sprayer. Will not cake or clog spray nozzle. But now; with DESTROY 25% PDT you can kill those flies, get enormous increases in beef and milk; production. Thousands of tests prove that Pestroy-treated cattle gain up to SO extra pounds of beef per head per year-^Pestroy-treated cowa give up to 20% more milk! To even the smallest livestock; farmer this added beef and milk can mean hundreds of dollars a year in extra profits t USE PESTROY WITH CONFIDENCE! This water-mixable DDT concentrate was developed in the laboratories of the World's largest insecticide makers. It is safe, will not injure animal hide. Non-inflammable when muted as directed. KILLS in morn ICE CR£A M In celebration of national June Pairy Month, we can tell you that never in all . its almost half a century has Taylor-Made Ice Cream been b.etter . . , mete taste" *. ' tempting) Smooth and delicious, Taylor-Made Ice Cream is made o.nly from highest quality ingredients—it; quality never varies! Now available at most dealers in pints and quarts factory-packed for your convenience. Also special moulds a'nd fancy bricks available on three days notice. Take home some Taylor-Made Ice Cream tonight—or enjoy it at your favorite fountain) v ' -' '''*,' Taylor-Made Ice Cream on Sale at the Following Dealers SELZER'S _________ ----- __-_-_,_______XM.QONA QEORGE'S CAFE_ ----- L --------- ^.^-ALGONA GEORGE'S DRIVE-IN _. _____________ ____ ALGONA THUINTi PHARMACY —.----,---„ ----- -ALGONA EAST END GROCERY -------------- _ ---- ALGONA §MOJCE SHOP ,___,_„-,- ----- ____LALGONA SillYER GRAY -CAFE _____ , ----- ______ _ALGONA DINETTE __„____ ----- ;________ r ---- ^__AIGQNA VAN'S CAFi,.-, — — -„--„. ,__,__, _,_,AIGQNA .THE MAINLINER _____ 1___^______,._____AIGONA BRANDT BOWUNG AUfY-,-_.-~_.-^-AiaQNA GI^OCiRY ------ -, ---------- — ALGONA FOTH'S -- ------ „_.„ _-.-,,,-— —AIGONA JOHNSON'S IMNCH ---!_,-„ ----- - ---- ALGONA JACK SPRAT STORE ___________ _ ________ ALGONA ALGGNA ; HOTEL— _, _________ _ ______ ___ALGONA ALGONA 'COUNTRY CLUB _____ __-,,__^AL£QNA PAUL ERNST— _-____-_—_________H(GHVyAY J69 BRITT CABIN CAMP _______ „___,•,— ______ — BBIH SWEET SHOP '-'-_-- ------ T -- TT , TT -_ V _KANAWHA FRANKL'S STORE-_, ------ __,__,;,,_,|HVIN^TPN GERMAN ^ALLEY STORE --------- GERMAN VALlfY GRANT STORE ---- ,_,--__ ----- -—GRANT/IOWA |RICK'5 POOL HALL --------- ____lONi F^OCK, IOWA FISH CAF6— _— _-_ ........ 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