The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 27, 1948 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 27, 1948
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J! .~A(fldfta Wpptt fos Motnea Tuesday, July 27, 1948 ff's Better Bemuse 100% NATURAL RUBBER TREAD NEW SAFER TREAD DESIGN INCREASED BLOW-OUT PROTECTION, ^ 21% GREATER MILEAGE Put these facts' all together and • you've goto tire with advanced 600x16 design builtto a "PEAK" in Quality. j S plu« tax Other slzei proportionately prlcadl Gambles New Latest and Greatest Advancement in History H NEW RIDING CAR COMFORT §. EASY FINGER TIP STEERING MORE AIR-LESS PRESSURE £ MORE ACTUAL WORKING RUBBER Ifs a luxury ride—every mile of the way—with the new CREST Cushion Ride. 15 45 plus tax 670-16 Size Guaranteed in Writing to ^?L?__ F _ u Jl | LIBERAL TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE for your old tires! Announcement Just NorJh of Milwaukee Depot NEW DiSTRfBUTOR FOR TIRES - TUBES - BATTERIES Fenton's Junior TeomVlttor, 11-2, In Crucial Gome fffttoifl — the Fentoh Junior Legion baseball team defeated Grand Junction, 11 to 2, Wednesday afternoon at Humboldt. Schnieder of Algona pitched and Dudcling of Bancroft caught. The next game will be played with Mason City. Flys fa Convention J. Wallaee Smiih went to Des Motaes, Friday, as A delegate for the Iowa state repubUeah cdmrettiion. Smith drove to Mason City and then iobk a.plane to Des Molnes. tieborah Circle the Deborah Circle of the Methodist church met Thursday, July 15 with Mrs. V. J. Tatum. Mrs. Jolley was the co-hostess. There were 10 members present. Mrs. John Theesficld led irt devotions and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod gave the lesson. There will be no August meeting. September hostesses will be Mrs. John Theosl'ield and Mrs. Clarence Triggs. New Luedlke Son trlda and Mr. and ; MYs! Berkland. Mr. and Mrs, Johti and family, Mr. and Mfs Paul Hecht, of Chicago, are visiting in the Raymond Theesfield home nd with other Fentqn relatives Mr. and Mrs. Gust Ahlmdn and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Luedtke are the parents of an 8 Ib. son born Sunday evening at the Kossuth hospital in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Axell Bratlund and Mr. and Mrs, Herman Luedtke are the proud grandparents. Naomi Circle Met The Naomi circle of the Methodist church met Friday, July 1G with Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth. Mrs. George Jorgenson Sr. wa? che co-hostess. Guests were Mrs. Howard Rabey. Cedar Falls. Mrs. Mary Hanson, Mrs. John Newel. and Mrs. Earl Dean. Mrs. Walter Widdcl led in devotions and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz gave the lesson. Donate To Relief The Mary Circle of the Methodist church met Wednesday, July 21 in the home of Mrs. Sam Warner. Mrs. Frank McFall and Mrs. Fred Brown were the assisting hostesses. Mrs. C. C. Voigt led in devotions and Mrs. Fred Brown gave the lesson. The Mary Circle gave a $10 donation toward European relief. The mcm- •jers enjoyed an auction sale at :he close of the business meeting. Picnic In Park ! The Lydia Circle] of tho Methodist church enjoyed a picnic in the city park Wednesday, July 21. Hostesses were Mrs. Lyle Newel. Mrs. George Goctsch, and Mrs. Virginia Eiglcr. Mrs. Eugene Huskamp led in devotions. The next meeting will bo with Mrs. Rex Wolfe. Mrs. S. E. Straley will have charge of devotions and Mrs. Lyle Newel the program. • . Ed Prierfe ffincr^Kiy'cl -RweSlj attended a school of instructions on tractors at Belmond Tuesday. Rex Wolfe visited his brother R. D. Wolfe in Waterloo Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Yessliir. Mrs. Ida Kohl of, Cedar Raoids are visiting in the Joe Madden home. Susan Hantelman accompanied her grandparents the W. B. Schmidtke's to their home at Morristown, Minn., for a visit. Karon Theesfield of Armstrong is visiting this week in the John Theesfield and Alvin Zurnach homos. Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Weisbrod and daughter Karen Dell were Tucsdav eveninu dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall. Karen Theesfield of Armstron" is visiting with the Alvin Zumach and tho John Thccsfields tlu'.s i week. Sunday evening dinner guests in the William DeWall home were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Egland and family. Estherville; Mr. nnd Mrs. Anna" Egland and family of Wallingforci; Mrs. Inga Roesen and son of Vancouver. Wash.; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Olson. Wallingford; Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Ruhnko and dauMnter Pa- ome and with other Fentqn relatives Mr. and Mrs. Gust Ahlmdn and son Donald and Mrs. W B Schmicltko of Morristownj Mi'nn , were over night giiests Saturday in the William Hantelman home Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Maase ami family visited Tuesday evening in the Reynold Laabs home. ' '..-.. Sunday guests. W the William Hantelman home in honor of Mrs. Hantelman's birthday were Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Stshffiidtke, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Schniidtke, Mr. and Mrs. Emll Schmidtke, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmei 1 Schrnid- tke. Bonnie and Gordoh, Mr. and Mrs. Gust Ahlman and ,sbn Oon- ald, all of Morristown, Mihn^ and Carolyn and Marilyn Kru'eger of Faribault, Minn. Oftosen Women Plan Repairs For Church Oilosen—The Presbyterian women met Friday at the church, iMrs. G. I. Purdy and Mrs. Jesse Van Buskirk hostesses, and 17 members answered roll call. President Mrs. -George Cooper i-eported that repairs; .had;.been ordered for the church furnace. It was decided to paper, and paint the upstairs of the church, and the committee on paper and paint is Mrs. Mike Coyle, Mrs. Joe Leitl, and Mrs. Oppedahl. Mrs. Hoi Us Cooper, Mrs. Chester Alhle nnr] Mrs. E. A. Holland were appointed to sec about lowering the ceiling. Mrs. Will Cooper, sewing chairman, gave a report on sewing for artazaar. The Rev. Mr. Schneck announced that due to his vacation there will be no church services July 25 to August 22. For tho nrogram Mrs. A. E. Helland read "False Teeth". The next meeting will be held August 6, mid a pot luck lunch will be served, Doris Shipley acting hostess. Leoion Auxiliary Installs The Legion Auxiliary met at the Presbyterian church, Mrs. Fred Kampcn hostess, 19 members, two Viistors present. The meeting opened in usual ritual form, America was sung, prayer was by Mrs. Clara Solberg, chip- lain, and the preamble was read in unison. The yearly reports were given and accepted by the group. . j Mrs. Mike Coyle conducted (installation of officers: president;, Mrs. Rasmus Olson; vice prasi- dent, Mrs. Mount Kinseth; secretary, Mrs. Knut Oppedahl; treasurer, Mrs. Martin.,.Meyer; Sgttott- arrns, Mrs. Pgter Movick; histtoH kin? Essie CooperFThe new pri'sij- dent announced that the n jxi meeting September 14 would'be at Mrs. Cliff Lander's, Humboldt, unless contrary notice is given. Visitors were Mrs. Alf Lee and Mrs. Frank Leist. • Busy Week for Watnems Visitors at Percy Watnemls last week were Mrs. Walter Bphl and twin daughters, Marble Rick, and Mrs. Manda Mitsven* Bode, Friday, and on Tuesday Mrs. Sophie Wtanem, Bode, call• • 0*1 Mrs. Amelia Watnem and tlie Percy Watnems. The Henry i_,ovig.s, ui Martens, were Saturday evening callers, and Sunday Mrs. Amelia Watnem and the Percy Watnems were at Merle Faulk's, Estherville. Th". Rr> v . Elmer Wehrspann and his family, of Kingslcy, were inursciay and Friday Viistors at Raymond Wehrspann's, and Friday evening the Rev. Mr. Wehr- spann, with Mr. and Mrs. Will Wehrspann, left over the weekend with another brother, Donald, Joliet, 111. .tte. ALGONA NEWSPAPERS GIVE GREATER COVERAGE OVER 4.000 CIRCULATION c FUNERAL HOME "TMTKRE REVERENCE AND DTGNITt ENSHRINE A SACRED MEMORY" Ambulance Service Day or Night Phone 11 Algona. Iowa ALGONA RENDERING WORKS WANTS YOUR JMUT> STOCK Phone 7 Lie. 33 he Talk is Put c^t tke. Oats and Sargent MEAL MONEY-SAVING « • -. • ... 275 Ib. Hogs in ** .... . •':'-<'-,'• '- : ^^ - AT'30 DAYS 25 Feed a pig meal in creeps. (See inexpensive formula below.) Let pigs wean themselves. 100 pigs will eat about 3 tons of This pig meal in 30 days. PIG MEAL FORMULA 240 lbs.240 ibs. ground Oats, 100 Ibs. Alfalfa Meal or Shorts, 100 Ibs. ground Corn, 60 Ibs. Sargent Minral Meal. AT 60 DAYS 60 Ibs. Start feeding ground 'bats in a feeder, or a barrel. Self- feed Minral Meal at the same time. FEEDING Pigs will eat about 4 Ibs. ground oats per pig per day and 1/5 Ibs. Minral Meal per day. Oats are cheap..-. .and going to be cheaper. Oats are almost as good as -„ corn for growing pigs, IF THE OATS ARE BALANCED with the proper elements. Oats are LACKING in certain Vital things that pigs need for development. Supply those needed, elements, and cheap oafs can' replace high-priced corn, and save you lots of money. One of the*besl oats balancers you can possibly get is Sargent Minral Meal. They- just "go together". Because Minral Meal contains ,a blend of proteins, minerals, and vitamins to put t}ie punch in an oats ra- "tioh. And Minral Meal is ready-mixed. Nothing else to buy. Just your home-grown oats and Minral Meal and you have a combination that's • "i hard to beat. . Here is a practical oats feeding program that should pay big dividends for you this year. • <MORE WEIGHT .'. . WITH LESS WAIT .;•• oh OATS and MINRAL MEAL \ \ \ AT 90 DAYS Ibs. Nothing but ground oats and Minral Meal. This should build big frames that will take on fat fast. FEEDING At this time they will eat about 6 Ibs. ground oats and '/i Ib, Minral Meal per head per day. AT 120 DAYS Ibs. Now, start adding corn, 'feeding -HALF, corn and HALF ground oat's, balancing with MINRAL MEAL. Hogs should reach-210 Ibs. 'weight in this period! FEEDING >H.ogs. will eat about 7 Ibs, per day •_6atsj_ ] /4 Ib.: Minral Meal. Ibs. Forget About Corn Until Fall! This is a"tried-and-proven oats feeding plan that rt-ally does the qb. You need only the proper balancer with the oats. And for that job, there's no hog supplement like the genuine, original Sargent Minral Meal. AT 150 DAYS 275 Ibs. Now lay on the fat. This last 30 days,..fee,d,.npthing but .com and Minral Meal, ' Hogs should,reach 375 Ibs. during this 3,0'Ways., Hogs wil leat about 8 Ibs,. per day per*, headi" plus • 1/4 Ib, Minral Meal,"Note,that they,need no more Minral Meal now than when {IQ .says'£>ld, ^ ;'• •• v jw Why Minral Meal is Great or Hogs on Oats : sr the PROTEINS; Tankage, Linseed Oil Meal, Peanut Meal, Soybean Oil Meal, Cot* tongeed Meal. * VITAMINS? . -,. > Riboflayin Concentrate, Yftwnjn - - ' — •«-T«»y»* *• yg ,_ . A & D Feeding yil.'Lj' (for BG), Yeasl, OistWrs' ubles. Sul- S E '."*«* ^J~? T ?' ~r-— -^TW" ~ f r»*-*«»«| ^* U*» ipde. Charcoal Calpjum Carbon!£< RXPQPHtehale of Soda, Plue llorirje. of *Bod_a, .Iron ' . / v' 'Fjs>i SolupW 'fyHey* -SQiubles^ J Cane MpUasfe's. ., . FEED SARGENT

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