The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 8, 1945 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 8, 1945
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The Algona Upper Des Mo TURKEY HATCHES REACH 9,000 PER WEEK SWEA CITY Swea City: Turkey hatches are nicely under way at the Swea City Hatchery. To date about 7000 are hatched, the first poults having been hatched last week. \Ri D. Smth reports the hatch will be about 9000 a week for the present. L. B. Ryan of Beaver, an experienced hatchery man, i incubator operator. LOCAL MEN ESTABLISH TURKEY .RANGE NEAR HERE Raymond (Die) Johnson of the Swea City Hatchery office staff, and Bob Cummings, Purina salesman, have formed a turkey-raising partnership. They have rented a 53 acre range on tlie Wm. Thompson farm, tenanted by Carl Rath, and plan to handle at least 6000 head. Geo. Nutt of Fairmont will be in charge of the range when the turkeys are put into shelters around April 1. E. L. Hansen is remodeling his grocery store this week. Mrs. Dick Berg helped out at the Appelquist grocery while C. J. Appelquist was in the Twin Cities on a .business trip. Mrs, Christine Swanson is ill at her home this 'week, Mrs. Henry Johnson is assisting in her place with the Hot lunches for school children. A son, their first child, was born Jan. 29 to Mr, and Mrs. Maynard White, Lakota, well known here. Mrs. White was the former Hat-tie Olson of Gerled, Boy Scouts John and Bruce Bohi, Johnnie Erickson and Robert Rystad took an outdoor cooking test Saturday. The test was conducted .by Donald Nelson. Patricia Blomster reported 1035 sacks of popcorn were sold at the tournament held here The pop com was sold basketball last week* by the school band who will use the proceeds toward expenses of the various trips they expect vo take this spring. Esther C. Smith and Mildred Zinser drove up from Charles City 'or last week-end. Esther, who is vocal music supervisor of the iharles City schools, visited the aarental Walter G. Smith home. VTiss Zinser, who is principal of one of the grade schools there, visited friends m Estherville where she taught grades for a number of years. The Wesley basketball boys vere defeated in the South Kossuth tournament at Algona Friday night in the game played with ~,u Verne. Saturday night they ost the consolation game to Whittemore 19-39. WESLEY CO-OP IN ANNUAL MEETING PAYS DIVIDENDS Wesley: The annual mefeting.of the Farmers C6-bpefative Elevator Co. was,held Monday after"noon in the Klelnpeter hall. More than 103 stockholders attended. John Carlson and Wallace Donovan were reelected directors to succeed themselves. Henry Arndorfer was elected Henry Sherman. The financial statement showed a very substantial patronage dividend paid. The board will meet this week to elect officers. Officers were Olaf Funnemark, president; Wallace Donovan, vice president; W. J. Frimml, secretary; John Carlson, treasurer. Other directors are Glaus Tjarks, Clarence Ward, Joe Goetz, Victor Loebig and Henry Sherman. Ed Hildman is manager, Frank Bleich, second man, Alfred Erdman, lumber department manager, and Don Kenniard, truck operator. Herb Plambeck, WHO farm news editor, was speaker at the meeting. Kouba, visited hfer.bifotMr, Meiveid, at Stclottd ThV going on,to MlfttieatHSlW 1 ™ Miss Shedda Went td tH6 clt? Sal ufday. Miss Thelma C-ppedal REV. O. M. JOHNSON TO MILWAUKEE Rev, O. M. Johnson will preach his farewell sermon in the Free Evangelical church Sunday. He has served the local, Upper Flat and Britt congregations for nine years and has accepted a charge in Milwaukee. He will leave for there Feb. 12. -Neighboring ministers will fill the pulpit in the three churches for two months. Would YOU Be Behind the EIGHT BALL... IF YOUR CAR BROKE DOWN? Sure! If you let that happen these days, you'd be plain Out-of-luck! So don't take chances. See that your car gets expert care ... by visiting your Phillips 66 Dealer frequently. He'll check the battery, air filter, radiator, and cooling $ystem ... and make sure that your car is properly lubricated. Once a week, have him check the air pressures of your tires ... and look for cuts and bruises. These car - saving and tire - saving services may actually add months to the useful life of your car. So, be wise. Stop for them regularly ... at the Orange and Black 66 Shield. CARE FOR YOUR CAR FOR YOUR COUNTRY HUBERT O'BRIEN FAMILY TO FARM NEAR ALGONA A group of 30 friends staged a farewell surprise party on the Hubert O'Brien family Thursday night of last week, Cards was the diversion of the evening and a delicious lunch was served by the self-invited guests. A gift was presented to the family who will move March 1 to a farm 3 miles north and a half mile west of Algona. Families who attendee were Herman Studers, August Studers, George Hirners, L. Arn- dorfers, R. Wilhelmi, Frank and Nellie Frimml, Chas. Nygaards, Chas. Nelsons, Mike Arndorfers, G. E. Halls, George Cinks, Mrs. Carrie Ricke and Irene. ed a group of friends in honor oi Lillian Johnson Saturday evening. Llllianj who is employed in Bui* falo. N. ¥,, came for the fuflelsi of her grandmother, Mrs. Mary Goetz, and spent two weeks here at her parental Mrs. Helen J6hh* son home. Mrs. John Shepard and baby, John J, returned home Jan, 31 from Richmond, Calif., where they had spent a month with he? husband, AOM Petty Officer l-o. Mrs. Shepard is the former Rita Wingert and is making her home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wingert. Herman Studer, Donovan and Leonard, Albert Johnson, Dale and Duane attended a 4-H meeting at Burt one evening last week. Studer and Johnson dre leader and assistant le*T&r> respectively, 6f tB@ I«M boys' clttfcs IHJMHHS ~ LuVerne towftshifcs bdys Under ihelf s Mrs. Ann Kunz 6f 6es ; M6me'8 Sunday ahtM* With hel mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Matefti this Week. She alsdf visited he* soft, JN M. Kun« and family, Others who came from Des Molhes with Ed Punnemafk for th<§ week* end wefe Ffands Kunz, Fidelia Otis and Aflene Matern who Vis* Ited her folks, the Lou Materns, in Algona. ' ' Banns of marriage were pub-i llshed Sunday in St. Joseph's Catholic church ft* the second time for Teresa Welg, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Weig, and Ed Drummer of the army stationed at Camp Plhedale, alif. Miss Welg left Monday for aliforhla-and the couple will toe married there Tuesday, Feb. 13. The groom was employed on the eorge Goetz fatfm for several years. ARLENE EVANS, LUVERNE, MARRIES Miss Arlene M. Evans, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Vernon Evans, 'LuVerne, and Verne R Houghton, son of Dr. and Mrs Marvin J. Houghton, 1124 35th St., Des Moines, were united In marriage at 3 p. m., Sunday, Jan 28, at the Methodist church in Lu- Verne. The Rev. Robert P. Phillips read the single ring, candlelight ceremony before an altar decorated with lighted candelabra pink snapdragons, asters and ferns. Preceding the ceremony, Mrs. Ray Stone played a program of nuptial music and Mrs. Harold Phillips sang two selections, "I Love You Truly" and "Oh Promise Me." The bride, who Was given In HARMS SUPER SERVICE STATION State and Phillips Sts. Frank Haldeman, Operator and Manager Harms Oil Co., Distributors John N. Thul, Agent Phone 74 — Algona PUT SOME MONEY IN YOUR SOIL BANK ACCOUNT Mrs. Jake Lolling is a patient in the Mercy hospital in Mason City. The girls' basketball sectionals are being held in Renwick this week Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kunz returned Frtdlay from, Milwaukee where they had been in the Sacred Heart sanitorium several weeks. Pauline Hildman, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Kate Simon at Cambellsport, Wis., is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. B. Meuhe marriage by her father, wore a long-train gown of white chiffon with a gathered satin bodice, sweetheart- neckline, and full, wrist-length chiffon sleeves. Her fingertip veil was held in place by a crown of small white flowers. She wore a pearl necklace, a gift from the groom, and a gold mounted amethyst bracelet which the bride's mother had worn at her own wedding. She carried a bouquet of red roses and a shower of white sweet peas. Mrs. Joe Conlon was her sister's matron of honor, wearing a gown of aqua chiffon and late. She wore a shoulder length yellow veil and carried a bouquet of jonquils. Ronald Fogg of Des Moines was best man, and ushers were Joe Conlon and Clifford Howlett. The men of the bridal party wore white gardenia boutennaires. The bride's mother was attired in a powder blue crepe dress with black accessories. The groom's mother wore a navy blue crepe dress with orchid accessories. Both and Deloris Dunlap. Thirty guests attended the courtesy. Out-of-town > wedding guests were Mr. and Mrs. John Houlette, Mrs. Leo Cash and Evelyn Nece of Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Emrich and Gail of Iowa City; Harrison Emrick' of Cylinder; Mr. and Mrs. George Dearinger of Rolfe, and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Howlett of Brltt. The <bride is a graduate of the Corwlth high school and attended Drake university. The groom attended Drake university where he was a member of the Phi Mil Alpha fraternity. He is associated with the Aetna Life Insurance Co. The couple will make their home in Des Moines. , Lee Erditian. Mary. Lee returned to MaSon City With hef.ffiehds Sunday evening fof a. few days Visit. Mary Lee, who has employed In the Exchange State Bank here the frast three months, will go to Des Moines Feb. 12 where she will take a 10 weeks course to stenography and typing at the A. L B. She will then go to Dayton, Ohio, where she will Baby Chicks Ducklings Turkey Poults Now is the time to book your Swea City chicks, broadbreast poults, and White Pekin ducklings, First chick natch February 7. Discount on chicks to hatch of March 21. All chicks from U. S. Approved, U. S. Pullorum tested flocks. Write or phone us your order now or see our nearest representative. Swea City Hatchery Swea City, Iowa Phone 35 Silver Klhg Electric Brooder Electric Pig Brooder WITH TWO FOR $18.80 Jumbo ,_ Tank Heater Lamp Heated Barrel and Pressure Waterers „. Immersion Aumatic Electric Poultry Water Warmers '„..; $36.50 S9.95 $19.50 $15.95 $4.25 BUTTER CHURN ATTACHMENT Fits any wash machine. Holds ' AA"«i A 2 quart jars. .Sent postpaid for 0/ijlU B £ M • < K • B. ' m i • • • < •"< • Stoeber Hardware ! Phone 109 Fenton, Iowa •< mothers had rosebuds and Following corsages of white sweet the service and other Hildman relatives here.' bride's parents entertained Mrs. J. A. Riggs, Mrs. Emil Wister, Mrs. Robert ( Welter and Mrs. Paul Erdpaan- Were hostesses to the, W...'S;' C. S. Wednesday. They met at the Rev. Riggs home. Mrs.'C. J. Primising. of Melvin spent last week here with her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Matern. Dr. Primising was a veterinarian here some years ago and Mrs. Primising will be remembered here as Betty Matern. The Kin Fox family plan to move March 1 into their town residence where Mr. Haspers 'of the Wesley News World now lives. The Fox farm home was completely destroyed toy fire last week. Mrs. Myrtle Kouba and Miss Adeline Shedda returned Sunday night from Minneapolis. Mrs. High-potash fertilizers are a good investment; With prices of potash still at low prewar levels and prices for farm products at high wartime levels, greater profits than ever before can be obtained for every dollar spent for this necessary plant food. Not only maintain but build up the fertility of your soils. Now there is plenty of potash to make the high-potash fertilizers recommended by your official agricultural advisers. Use these fertilizers in the amounts suggested for your particular soils and crops. Write us for Jurtber information and free literature on the practical fertilization of croft AMERICAN POTASH INSTITUTE IIJJ Sixteenth St., N. \V. Washington 6. D. C. «imi«r Compnnfo)! American Polaih A Chemical Corporation Potolb Compsoy «f Amorlcq . United SloJe« Polaih Company MONEY IS QUICKLY YOURS You can borrow $50, $100, $200 or more to buy fuel, clothes, winter supplies. Pay bills, taxes—car and home repairs— or for any worthy purpose. Easy monthly or farmer payment plans. FARMERS! We have a special loan plan to help you buy stock, farm machinery ... or for any farm use. Individual payment plan allows you to repay when you sell your products. SEE US TODAY L. S. BOHANNON Phone 103 Algona, Iowa 3 pink peas, the at reception at their home. The table centerpiece was a two-tier wedding cake decorated in white and yellow, the bride's chosen colors, and, topped with a miniature bride and groom, were Misses Assisting ^ Lovice Scffisffelrifati' LEDYARD NEWS A private sewage system for Your Farm Think what this means! The comfort of a modern home brought to every member of the family. Health and happiness with the utmost in sanitation now is possible through the installation, of our DIAMOND BRAND SEPTIC TANK. And the cost is so small. Easy to install, too. Any Farm Home May Now Have i Bath and Inside Toilet your home moaerol Kujoy the »8ioe comforts tlitt people tht larger oitiet F. 3. Norton & Son PHONE 829 4-tl Mrs. Lena Frankl entertained her club last Thursday evening. 500 was played after which lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brand were in Clear Lake Thursday where Mr. Brand is taking treatments' at the Choppe clinic. Mrs. Ace Warner has been caring for her mother, Mrs. Anna Nbmmers, at Bancroft, who suffered a stroke recently. Mr. Skare, who has been agent here for the past several months, was transferred to Irvington and another relief man is again at the depot. Pvt. Dennis McDonald and his mother are spending a few dayb in Des Moines visiting at the Dr McNernery home. Dennis arrivec last Thursday from Camp Hood Texas. The U. S. W. will have a wor;> meeting at the school house Friday, Feb. 9. Mrs. Alice Garry and Mrs. Speecker will be the hostesses. Plan to attend and brint; any woolen pieces for our quilts Rev. and Mrs. Andrew Heddle of Burt were Friday evening dinner guests at the Geo. Thompson home. He was the pastor at the LuVerne Presbyterian church where the Thompsons formerly lived. The Ladies Guild of the E. and R. church was held Thursday. A good crowd was in attendance and a lovely lunch was served by the hostesses, Myers and Selberg. Valentine colors were used as a color scheme. Mr. and Mrs. Geo, Thompson and Mrs. Hatite Sp'rank were dinner guests at the David King home in Algona Sunday. Mrs. King and Mrs. Thompson were schoolmates and Mr. Sprank lived in LuVerne several years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Gang.stee and family were Sunday visitors at the H. F. Zielske home. Mrs. J. F. Matzener, Jr. returned home with them after spending the week-end here. Mrs. Matzener is the former Marian Gangstee. Lt. Kenneth Thompson is now stationed somewhere in the Philippines. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson received a letter from him last week. His mail is now beginning to follow him and though the letters were several weeks old, they were much enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Green were pleasantly surprised Sunday evening 'by their children and families and Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Zielske. Home made ice creara, cake and sandwiches were served at a late hour. The best of wishes for them and many more contentedl and happy years of wedded life. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lappe are the parents of a new daughter, Virginia Ann, born Jan. 30 at the ECossuth hospital, Algona. The little miss weighed 7 Ibs. 12 oz. and is the Lappe's first baby. Mother and baby will be home Thursday, DEPENDABLE FOODS at NATIONAL FINE QUALITY Dried Peaches^ 36 C 80-90 SIZE PRU N E S CALIFORNIA—VENUS DATES 33 • NATIONAL, GRAPE JELLY .... NATIONAL CRABAPPLE JELLY NATIONAL GRAPE JAM ..... BLUE LABEL KARO SYRUP .... KRAFT'S SWANKY 8WIQ CHEESE SPREADS . COME AGAIN SALAD DRESSING . VAN CAMP'S TENDERONI BAKER'S COCOA ......... BREAKFAST CEREAL CREAM OF WHEAT BREAKFAST CEREAL MALT-0-MEAL M-oi. GUM 12-oz. GlBM IBcs S-lb. GlMI 5-0*. Gbui Quart «-OI. rug. 8-01. Fkg. ZS-oi. Pk». 34c 9C: IOC: 21fr ^ > 1 ^ "J .COME AGAIN • Peanut Butter NATIONAL JUMBO ENRICHEb White Bread 11 SAURNO Butter Cookies COME AGAIN ' QUEEN OLIVES FRENCH STVfcE .' SALAD MUSTARD .. ^ lie. NATIONAL CIDER VINEGAR ....... HAZEL BRAND SALT ......'.... STALEV'S CUBE STARCH .. FACIAL SOAP ' ' • WOODBURY'S ..... 3 o.,» 24c WILBERT'S FLOOR WAX NO-RUB WAX .... MORTON'S _ ' __ DOG KIBBIES ..... B^ 27c Quart Jar Quart Bottle Box IZ-or. Pki. ia-ot. aisu 8c U. S. GRADED GOOD Sirloin Steaks SUNSHINE HI-HO CRACKERS .. NANCV TALBOT DOUGHNUTS NATIONAL RYE BREAD NATIONAL BREAD WHOLE WHEAT ... HULSUM PEANUT CRUNCH .. ROASTED IN THE SHELL PEANUTS 23c 16c lOc lOc 32c 25c HALIBUT STEAKS 39 IN CABTONS PURE LARD Lb . 17c V, B. GRADED GOOD; ROUND STEAK ,. b . 37c SEMI BONELESS—PICKLED PIGS FEET Q C rt 37c WINTER CAUGHT NORTHERN PIKE Lb . 12c TASTY'PAN DRESSED ROSEFISH FILLETS Lb . 39c HEADLESS AND DRESSED WHITING Lb . 15c Pork Chops 33c CHOICE CENTER CUTS FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Fresh and Crisp LETTUCE Each lOc 5 ^ FLORIDA 4Doz. Jumbo Efize TENDER, CRISP—WHITB CELERY ,.;..... 8&K30C OALlFOBNU-flBEEN TOW ^^ CARROTS...',;.;•;;,...,2w i?« VENPEH, SWEET '^^ QREEN ONIONS ,, B u^ 9c TEXAS ROSEBUD RADISHES .,.,.,..,..., Bunc, 5c TEXAS ' •• •• FRESH BEETS ......... Bane. IOC FRESH. GREEN, SWEET ft TENPER Coco Wheats IRBAKFA5T CflEAl SWAIV Toilet Soap Pahnolivo 'if to Meat gnd Pr94*99 Priest 4f« fffesfJve iri*r

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