The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 15, 1948 · Page 23
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 23

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 15, 1948
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, l ''' '* A * iV*'-' < ' .-' ea Couple To Into An Old Folks Home MM, Wallet Smith r H ,. VH Gily~-**]Mi*. sricl IVI^rs A M, MfcAniftch held a closing'out \ §. . °i t " 6lr household goods on Saturday at the home here. After a Wrm of over 50 years spent in th /?f 6° mr "unity, the McAninchcs Will rnat<6 their home at the fcap- , list Old people's home in Wi.ine- 'bago, Minn. Members, of the _ Swea City Baptist church in I* which the McAnuiches were long • active tendered the couple a fare( well' party on Monday evening 1 and presented a'gift. Mtv McAninch came to Grant ; lotvnship in 1B90, when that township was not much but sloughs and grazing ground for vast herds .of cattle sent here by farmers from a wide area to the > south. In fact, the Rock Island railroad, (then the old Burlington, Cedar Rapids and Northern) had not yet been built through north Kossuth. Mr. McAninch was prominent in Grant township affairs and t held office in the Baptist church here for many years. Mrs. Mc- Attint'h took a prominent part in thfe choir aficl was locally famous lot*, her bountiful meals and the hospitality of her home. • Their many friends extend to them every wish for a pleasant sojourn in their new home. To Purchase Respirator ponation sheets/ have been placed in Swea City business places for pledges .for an oxygen respirator, following discussion by farmers and business men over a period of -sortjP weeks. ^Si^ch respirators are often the means oj saving lives, not only from infantile paralysis but from emergencies such as drowning, gas inhalation, smoke suffocation, electric shock, and similar acci- ' dehts. The cost of a respirator is around $600. A good number of pledges are .already on the list. At Synod Meeting A former Swea Cityan, the Rev. E. L. Bexell, is pastor of the Andover, 111., church which on Jurie 13 was dedicated by the Augustana* Lutheran Synod as a > national shrine. Dedicatory speaker was Bishop Arvid Rune- stam of Sweden. The name of ' the shrine, Jenny Lind Chapel was originated by the Rev. Bexell, whose parents are attending the synodical meeting and were present at the dedication on Sunday. ' v Also attending the synod from here were the Rev. A. M. Votittg- quist and Mr. and Mrs, PHilitp iiolcomb. The John Nymans of Bancroft also attended. A Family Reuftidft s James Smith, son of Mr, find- Mrs. Ralph Smith of San Arigelo, Texas, slopped briefly wltfe reJa* dyes here Thursday. He was oh nis way to Mt. Pleasant, MlCh.; where, he will be marHed tin June 17, to Lois Joan Bai-tofi 61 that city. Arriving here on Prida^ were his mother and .Vouflg brother Jack, who had been at Spirit Lake visiting the ErMest Smiths.' On Saturday, Hay Smith drove to Masofi City to meet the brother Ralph who arrived there by plane frbni San Angelo. A Smith family rtunion-Was held on Sunday, June 13,,at Call park near Algoha. After 'a few days visit with : his brothers, Walter, Floyd,' Ray and Elmer, Ralph- Smith and his wife and youflger son will accompany Ray smith tb Michigan to attend their older son's wedding. Ray will dct as usher. * The bridal couple will live' in San Angelo, where __, thejj have .just completed, a new'home.' James, who has just been honorably discharged after three years in the navy, has gone into partnership with his father, Who operates a produce business in San Angelo, . ' Lutheran Aid fo Mfeftt Immanuel Lutheran Ladles Aid meets .June 17 with Mesdames Archie Ditsworth, Ted Wallentine, Harold Peterson and Henry Johnson entertaining. Mrs. France Carlson will lead the lesson. Lutheran .Brotherhood/will meet in the evening at 8:30." Ted Wallenline will lead devotidns. A. L, Swanson. C. C. Anderson, Monford Peterson, Carl Lofstronr and Harold Peterson are planning the program. Bus Time Changes The Winnebago bus lines announce a change in time on their two daily runs through Swea City. The castbouncl bus arrives, here at 8:19 a. m., makes connections at Garner with th'e Des Moines-bound bus at 10:25, and reaches Mason City at 11:20 a. in. The return trip leaves Mason City at 5:15 p. m., makes connections at "Garner with the northbound bus from DCS Moines., and arrives in Swea City at 8;10 p. m. Mrs. A. A. Janzan, missionary from South Africa, was the speaker at the Baptist church on Sunday, June 13. Doris Briggs, intermediate teacher at the Grant consolidated s'chool, 'is attending summer school at Drake university, Des Moines. Freda Burgeson will spend the summer with her father, Albin Burgeson, after completing the Cow Yards v Can Be Clean Yards BUYCONGRETE the modern way. . . delivered READY- MIXED Paving your barnyards Is easy and inexpensive when you use CONCRETE t P4st, prompt dflivery, any p?oportioned fo? yavr fobi tfrne, any place, f ^ s ^ Rgth| f ^^ mvy 8lid t No me?s to clean wp; dumped uniformity iq every ioadt e*aetly where wanted, ^ T ««,«»««-j-u ~ A ' f tow prjpf del|yer§s«tflQ i«Mi*'Mhatis " Phone Mix "*-*. to ¥our Job READY-MIX CONCRETE & SUPPLY CO, ih-~ ' , -' '" -•« -", *'" ''* school year at Wewall. Miss AHa* irel Mankey, longtime frlehd and •cp-w'orker of Miss Burg&on at Newel), recently retired and Was tendered a $500 bon'd by the Community in appreciation of her set-vice's. Mr, and Mrs. Clyde Butterfiefd and son, who have be"en living in Huntirtgton Pafk, Calif., 'will ar* rive Tuesday by. train at Albert Lea, Minh., Where they Will be met bv his fat-other Fred. After a fdw days with Clyda's parents Mr. and Mrs. George B. Butterfield, h$re, they will go to Lake Cry< stal, Minn.) where they will tjiake their new home on the Will Siemens farm, Mrs. Siemens, who is the former Ruth Butterfield, has recently suffered a heart attack, and the Siemens family will re> tire ffbm active 1 • werk far the present and Will rnoVe into the residence owned. by-Mr, .Siemen's sister Mrs, Jenftle Cook, In Lake Crystal. Mrs. Cook, who is well, Is a missionary In India. . Lucille/daughter of Mr, and Mrs. James Montgomery, was recently graduated- from North western Bible school hi Mlnne* apolis. She Is at present teaching' vacation Bible scho&l in Pabnia Colo. Mrs. Montgomery and sons Edwin and Merlin and Vivian Hurem attended the ^ cottirhetice- ment exercises in Minneapolis last weeki Roy t. Bravendcrs and W£. Carlson families are exchanging living quarters. The Bravend- firs Will move into the house owned by Mrs. flattie Fults ana the Carlsons will occupy the former Bravender apartment-. Work of digging the basement for Mayor A. G. Eggers' new home is progressing rapidly. The home will be located on Mr. Eggers' lots just west of Mrs. Fern Peterson's residence. A meeting of all persons interested in the newly organized elevator firm will be held Wednesday, Jun 16 at 8:30 in VFW hall. Election of officers will be held. Farewell Party Friday, Sexton, For Sim Bemis / fcy M«. Alfred Opheim 8«Xi6tt^A large crowd attended the community Farewell party held at the Sexton hall Friday evehinc In honor of the Sim L. Bemis family, who are moving to Mallard soon, where he has ac- cep' <d a ooiitiort as head manage- of the Federal North Iowa Oft, in Elevator there. • There Were more than 130 attending/ and the Bemis' were presented with a beautiful floor lamp and a bUirtSe, The evening was spent at BOO and Bingo going to Lteslle Huff, Bill Wermersen, in 506. To Mrs. Everett Steven in BiHgo and Mrs. W. C. Taylor won chair prize. Joan and Susah SchUey of Graettinger have been Visiting the past week with their cousins Delofcs and Mary Kay Bemis. A large crowd attended the Se*ton W. S. C. S. meeting held at the Methodist church in Wes ley Thursday afternoon in a joint meeting with Mrs. McGowan, of RenWick, AJgona district vice president speaking, and, the Sexton W. S. C. S. in charge of the program. The ladies are now making plans for their annual Mystery Sister party to be held at the Sexton hall, June 24. , Mrs. Joe Balk left Saturday morning for Florence, S, D., where she will Visit for some time at the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ort- haUS and family of that place. Mrs. Orthaus is the former Lucille, Balk. The Orthaus' tye the parents of a new baby, born the past week. Want Ads, tWO ONE! You* cla«ftifi«d ttds run . in BOTH Algona newspapers tot only one charge, and .teach 9,000 families each week. DAIRYMEN ATTENTION! u • ; '-, ; • . t White-Wash Season Is Here Again Due to the fact that nearly every Milk Producer is requesting DDT this year, we are White-Washing with CARBOLA DDT and do three jobs irt one operation. CARBOLA-DDf KILLS FLIES-DISINFECTS-DRIES WHITE . New Stock Just Received Last Week! -Dairy Barns, Poultry Houses AndStftbles . • Made Since 1916 > ' . f ' •"" - -\' '••...•,-••'••' ' >•" ' ' ^ : . KILLS FLIES, Spiders,-Fleas, Mosquitoes, Lice 6nd many other ^ .. insects that com* injcpjjiaet y/ith it for three or four months a$e^ ^. ,; . '.application. ', •• ••ty'•". ': •'.•• "• " ' . = •'..'" CARBOLA DDT isfnb-foxic to animals, humans or birds. It is safe to Use and will not burn. ' '" DISINFECTS—Carbola has been on the market for years and is known for its disinfecting qualities. Kills Bangs Disease. Keeps out cobwebs for J to 10 months. .-,'... i' t . ' DRIES WHITE-Which takes care of the white-wash job. Approved by the Board of Health. Carbola contains no lime. A record was kept on about 2,000 Dairy Barns that were white-washed with Carbola DDT in 1947 and the results were astounding. Thousands are using it in 1948. Many of these barns • were getting results months after the three to four months period. Some barns that were White-Washed in the fall were still effective the next year. , * '• CARBOLA DDT is inexpensive, as you get three jobs done and have only^one operation cost. , CONTACT US * / , . We Have Engaged Sprayers to. Do This Job for You. Contact Us Now. , t Drop a Postcard to " , • « i • . f North Central Iowa Feed Co. P. O. BOX 195-ALGONA, IOWA Or Drop In and See Us on Diagonal Street Only Costs 3c to Treat 25 Square Feet GAftBOLA-> DDT Disinfects, Kills Flies and Dries White UVESTOCK PEST CONTROL LICK CONTROL—Many cew$ havp come t^roHgh the winter wilh • .heavy infrotation of cattle lice. We now have a material 'tt»at in . one thtrowgh application will five complete control of U«t on \ Cfljitl* wn<S.h«rt. Qamtox Wetlable. 100 applied at 9 Ibs. io IQO'ga}. lon«, u$}ng sufficient pressing tg get through-penetration end cov » BW onlS kills Ithe acJuU ana most of the eggs but the —"-•--•-• also kills the young lice as they hatch, ' j $8 SCA.BJES-™A1Urt B gm fteatroenXcontrol of „ „ .j» or scufejes It>p9s«|bte, ^aintex WeJwIHe IQO appUw rate oi W U?s. }0100 geliens of water, with sufficient pressure »- . two week! of farrpwmg an4 fee fr?e from mange at tns wn-<r -+v m»wr» ^T ir«e»" 1? f* "?i? wr«^ JT^ ?T FT ijw W-IFT ------a— -" •**'> i not-spray within 19 tiays of marteiing §s n\eat may be IMPORTANT NOTICf, : , Pv« ta tfw trtmemiftui 4«m«nd f«r 2.4-.P :We»d Killer*, Jh» 4*>~ : .^_ T .C r,* i^'Ska •«• V .>-,, L-B- i ' m r.,_ w ,\ _ J QK3 \ -~ . $ sr, In wdtphat we iprt tekj» , f»r W fv»wr« ij th« supply, i North Central Iowa Feed & Paint Co. . - fue*day, Jun« 1i, t94§ Uppflf GET MORE PROM YOUK DAIRY HERD WITH GOOD International Harvester QUIPMENT During June Dairy Month AND ALL THE YEAR 'ROUND! McCORMICK-DEERlNG MILKERS (Above) No oil it needed for this smooth-working pulsafor— so, there's no danger of oil contaminating the milk. {Above) Stainless s*teel head has o^-ihch curved radius to permit speed and ease in brushing and cleaning. (Above) The straight.through milk channels on the stainlest steel claw are ideal for cleaning (Above) Teat cup assembly enaV inflations are designed for ifapiaV' rinsing and washing, alt not. fastened to poll head., ,7, ' (Uft) Stainleii six) pail has large 9-lnch opening that makes a quick job of clean- Ing ana inipiition. . ... . ;i [ » Notice how often stainless steel construction ,is mentioned as part of the McCoRMiCK-DEER- JNG Milker? The only metal the milk touches is this smooth, polished steeL Bacteria don't lodge on its surface. There is no rusting or corrosion to give bacteti a a home. Rubber is the only Other gnafirial ffii&Ugh which milk pastes. •*--•. IniW* tur- tac* of the drawn. Jlainlell Jteel pair hassmoothatolo" — no welded, ovtr- lapptng seams. Pall bottom hat 3^-irch radius, too. If you're Interested in improving the standards of cleanliness in your diiry—in cutting •'' down bacteria count to build up the size of youj; milk check—then stop in at our place now for full details on how a McCoRMioc-DEERiNGi -•Milker can save-you both time and money. We] can make immediate delivery. ~~' s .VI International Harvester Keeps Ice Cream Perfectly • FREEZES AND STORES FRUITS VEGETABLES AND FOODS 11 cu. ft. $395.00 4 cu, ft. $235.00 See It On Display 1 • ' 4.2-cubIc-foot capacity. Sforf 150po))nc(i, - ' Increase Your Harvest" with a McCORMICK- DEERlNG Cream Separator Intefntftfekal Harvester Provide! feitsf mere - l than •' .,>»- eny, sther ". ,• ]^i* .- ,, A 5l»* for every Herd, Si ,, >.£", t°> ,^i^f£-jfJ,'J kd¥r-t

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