The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 11, 1945 · Page 6
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'•SW f! m ,-?•?"•-•/•; ? |»fss*^*^sts|fil > Algotta, Iowa, October11,1948 " We .&£ Take Orders Now for IHOT GUNS MAW <ilIPPUK 40 SINGLE fiAftEEL 11 A'. f I J U A I L. U 0 10 DOUBLE BARREL (All 1 Will be delivered to us some time this month. PLACE YOtffi ORDER NOW, " ' r . ' - » Tir«*tone Store FRANK HtXTABLE FARMERS RJjrld, high standards of quality ate maintained at all time In the production of Pink ot Perfection feeds. s Start your pullets now on Pink of Perfection 32% concentrate with your home grains. ,..••. DUCKS AND GEESE We have started dressing ducks and geese. Do not feed them-any longer; sell to our station nearest you today. Lanesboro Produce & Hatchery, Co. BURT LAKOTAN MISSES DEATH IN NAVY PLANE'S GRACKUP Lakota: Donald Daniels was recently promoted to Aviation Radioman's Mate 3-c. He'is stationed at Corpus, Christi where he Will finish his training In about three Weeks. Recently, while out on a training flight on a patrol boat Mariner they were forced down on the ocean when a part of the tail was broken off during a storm. Seveal hours elapsed before they could make shore on the water, not in the air as they had started out. Donald writes that he does not care to repeat the experi- £nce. He is 'a radio operator and makes flights to Panama, Cuba and South American ports. He has.not been home since he enlisted a year ago. HENRY E. KBULL'S MODERN TYPE / DUROC BOAR AND GILT SALE at the Henry E. Krull farm 1 mile east, 5 miles south of Buffalo Center, Iowa; 5 miles north, 1 mile west of Woden, Iowa, on THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18th, 1945 Sale to start at 1;30 P. M. Offering sired by Victorys Major, Fashion Lad, Buddy Flash and Profit's Orion Boy. Terms of Sale:—Cash For Catalogue Write to HENRY E. KRULL, Buffalo Center, Iowa 40-41 Poland China Boar and Glt Sale 5 OPEN GILTS They Sell at Farm, on Thurs. Night, Oct. 18 Featuring the get of High Chancellor, one of the deepest bodied boars of the breed. .,'.... An excellent offering of the popular modern type Roland Chinas. They are wide, deep" and thick and have exceptionally deep, full hams. Farmers, you \vill like these boars. Catalog on request. . . FLOYD FRIEDOW & SONS KANAWHA, IOWA Col. H. S. Duncan, Auctioneer - Algona TJ. D. M. Wants Ads Bring Quick Eesults At .Memorial Services— Mr. and Mrs. Henry Geerdes, Davlen'e and Ralph Geerdes and the Messers arid Mesdames Jerry Heetland, Vernon Smith and Claus Daniels attended the memorial services at the Prisoner of War camp at Algona Sunday. Three Get Discharges— Edwin Sfenhard arrived home October 6th with an honorable discharge after many* months on islands in the Pacific. . . Kenneth Barger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Barger, has received his discharge. He has just returned from two years overseas spent, in Ireland, FrMice and Germany. Alvln Steele has come home again,'t$s,Mine with a discharge. He had Spent a thirty day furlough here several weeks ago. Mrs. Maud Hamilton went to Rochester, Minn., Sunday, to visit her sister. Lelah. Mitchell of Webster City was a week end visitor at the I. E. Wortman home. She was formerly a teacher in the high school. Mr. and Mrs. Gust Koppen and daughter, Mrs. Clifford Knutsen and little son Eugene left Satur- 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. •dajr for Wisconsin 16 visit MA iives. The 1 Presbyterian ladles aid ar making plans for the annual ba zaar and chicken supper to b hfeld Saturday, Oct. 20th In th church dining room. Messers and Mesdames Jak Telkamp and Cort Rippehtrop ahd Ed Telkamtf went to Morris, Minn JVedensday to attend the funera of Jake's brother Ed. They returned Friday. Arils Heetland and her roommate,, Theresa Capola of Des Moines, and Radio Technician Jerry Nurre of Bancroft were Sunday visitors at the home of Arils parents Mr. and Mrs. George Heetland. Mr. and Mrs. George Ennen visited Sunday evening at the Jasper Steenhard home. Their nephew John Steenhard arrived home Saturday evening from the south Pacific where he had been since two years last May. Ferdinand Koppen, MMl-c, arrived home Oct. 4 with a discharge after 6 years service in the navy Ferd enlisted in April, 1B3D and was in Pearl Harbor at the time of the attack, and has spent mosl of his time in the Pacific. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Koppen. The Missionary Society of the Presbyterian church held its annual silver tea Thursday afternoon in the church parlors. Fanchion Heetland played the prelude, the high school sextette sang. Mrs. Wilkinson of Corwith was guest speaker. A worship program concluded the program after which Mrs. Barge poured tea and Mrs. Gerzema poured coffee. The offer* ing aniounted to $41.00. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Winter had as dinner guests Sunday, Mrs. Winter's parents Mr. and Mrs. Andrew -Boekleman, Henrietta and Harry, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Winter their daughter Mrs. Claude Armstrong adn Carolyn of Blue Earth, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Epkp Winter of Buffalo Center, Rozella Boekle- man of Mason City and Albert Boekleman of Algona, The dinner was to celebrate the birthday anniversaries of Mrs. Boekleman and Mrs. Epko Winters which was October 6. Any Farm Home M«? Now H»ve • Bftth and Insido Toilet horn* vodtrnl Cnjoy State Senator To Speak Friday At Seneca Program Seneca: The Seneca unit 'of United Service Women are holding a bazaar at the Seneca school Friday evening, Oct. 13. A program will be held commencing at 8 o'clock with a concert by the Seneca school band. Senator D.. E. Dewel of Algona will deliver an address. Post Nuptial Shower— Mrs. Gordon Bollig was honored at a post-nuptial shower 'held at the St. John's hall at Bancroft, Sunday afternoon. Many Senecans were in attendance. The bride was recipient of many gifts. Attend Mission Meeting- Several Senecans attended GRANDCHILD FOR ffiVINGTONCOUPLE irvirigton: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Scheppmann have received on announcement from their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. David Smith of San Francisco, Calif., telling of the arrival of a baby daughter at their home in that city on Sept, 28. The young miss has been named Charon Mae. David has been in the navy and it is •thought he is now being discharged. The Smiths plan to return to Algona to make their future home. Leroy, youngest son of the Scheppmanns has re-enlisted in the navy, he is also stationed at San Francisco, while Henry Jr., eldest of the Schepman nboys is still located in the Burma area. One Out of Navy— Mr. and Mrs. Barney Frankl have received word from their sons, Donald and Bernard recently, stating (that Donald had already received his discharge and was located at Miami, Fla., and Bernard expected to get his this week. Both boys have been in the navy. New Construction— Barney Frankl is erecting a cattle shed in the old gravel pit and Henry Scheppmann is building a large corn crib with an overhead granery. Mrs. Hargreaves Hostess— Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves entertained fourteen young ladies on Sunday afternoon, Sept. 30 honeying her daughter Patty, who was twelve years old. The lime Was spent playing games. Lunch was also served. Miss Alice Lawrence of Chicago is visiting at the Armor Lemkees. ,Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Headley have been at Aurelia visiting their daughter. Mrs. Nina Plunkett of Des Moines visited last week at the home of her son Bob. Mrs. Arthur Kratise spent last week end with her daughter, Faye, at Kirksville, Mo. Faye is taking nurses training. George Schumaker, Armor Lemkee' and Lewis Gramm returned Sunday evening from a fishing trip to northern Minnesota. Mrs. Hattie Turner of Waterloo arrived at the home of her brother William Osborn, Sunday, where she plans to stay indefinitely. DANCES LEGION BALLROOM BANCROFT Friday, Oct. 12 Walter Martlc Tuesday, Oct. 16 Malek's Accordian Friday, Oct. 19 Lynn Kerns Tuesday, Oct. 23 Ole Olsen THt READER'S DldiST OFFERS dignified work—extra income to people with a little spare time America's most widely read magaifine-The Reader's Digest —can use a few more Community Representatives in this locality. . The work is pleasant and will take little time. It offers an easy way to make money. 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By introducing the •-• magazine to friends i and acquaintances, | you'Hearntheirhearty j thanks...as well as lib- • eral profits. By ap- J preaching strangers, J you can also acquire I new and valuable per- I sonal contacts. | Further, we have de- | cided—for a limited | time—to accept sub- t Pleasantville, N, Y. Please send me details of your EXTRA-INCOME PLAP/J Name_ If Iran print iopmcil) Address. City JState. ft § •ft • .ft I • • the F. S. Norton & Son PHONE 220 4-tf UPSET STOMACHS YIELD INCHES OF GAS AND BLOAT "I was so full of gas I was fraid I'd burst. Sour, bitter ubstance rose up In my throat rom my upset stomach after meals. I got SYS-TONE, and It worked Inches of gas i and .bloat from me. Waistline is way down low. Meals, are a iraise Sys-Tone to pleasure. I the sky."— 'his is an actual testimonial from man living right here in Algona. SYS-TONE is the new formula ontaining medicinal juices from 2 Great Herbs; these herbs leanse bowels, clear gas from tomach,* act on sluggish liver nd kidneys. Miserable people oon feel /different all over. So on't go on suffering—Get Sys'"one. Lusby & Glossi Drug itore. rsal Complete dispersal of the Loretta Giffin & Son herd, Ringsted, ^^ -V: old, All Es.therville Circuit rWomen's Missionary Federation at the Immanuel church near Wallingford Tuesday, Oct. 2. Present from the Seneca ladies aid were Mesdames Curtis Olsen and Linus Jensen, who represented the local aid as delegates .to the convention, also Mrs. Otto R. Jensen, president of the local aid- Mrs. Henry Looft, Esrherville Circuit W. M. F. president, who presided at the convention; also Mesdames Ole Johannesen and Tilda, Jennie Jensen, Martin Jensen, 'George Jensen and Dorothy, Jens Halverson, Albert Ullestad, and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Thorson. 4-H Club Election— , The Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H club held its October meeting Thursday at the home of Tommy and Bobby Moore. , The meeting was in charge of the new officers elected at the previous meeting. They are: .president, Lloyd Osborn; vice president, Paul Lynch; secretary and /treasurer, Kenneth Campbell; reporter, Jack Looft. , Mr, and Mrs., Roy Osborn and family spent Sunday afternoon at the home of the. former's sister, the Wm. Richmonds, near Armstrong. . Mesdames A. E. Nelson, Henry Wilberg, Martin Wilberg, C. C. Voight and MUlen Jensen attended a post-nuptial shower at the M, E. church at Fenton hdnoring Mrs. George Dale, nee- Marian Widdle. Sgt. and Mrs. Al Hewitt spent last week visiting relatives at Minneapolis. The former, who is enjoying a furlough with his wife and son, will return soon to Missouri, where he will receive medical treatment. He is at' present recuperating from a broken jaw bone. . ' Mr. and. Mrs, Martin Wilberg and family and the Henry Loofts were Sunday dinner guests at the Lawrence Johannesen home. Oth^ erg present were Mr. and Mrs, Hans Presthus and family and the Lawrence J»resthus famlly.of Ban- prp'ft, the Fred Johannesens of Cylinder, also Mr, and'Mrs. Ole Johannesen and Mr, Johsnnesen jmtf family, Mr, and HJrs, <3U» Wilberg and the Albert Godys spent Sunday at Fwest City attending Wajdorf «ottege hQroecgnjtng. ; Jiff, rand Mrs, MwM and fwmljr at<;en4f4 a party honoriw If wry at ihls 'Jveme near R^igst^d,. Satur« evening, vOQiws present y John • A poor self-feeder causes a lot f sickness in your hogs, because: f a hog goes to a self-feeder he expects to get feed, but if it is logged or -bridged 'over next to eed box front he has to go away lungry. I By the time the chore boy comes iround and pokes the feed down he hogs are very hungry and gorge their feed and may overeat. Overeating causes auto-intoxica- ion or indigestion and forms an acid condition which creates an ideal place for .worms, enteritis, "flu?'' and other sickness to live and thrive. • For an example: When you go home for dinner today, we will imagine the kitchen and dining room are locked, and you can't get any dinner, therefore you will be, quite hungry by supper time and you may overeat which in turn might upset your digestion. If it occurs very often, it will lower your resistance that protects and guards you against disease. • Give your pigs « good start on clean ground with a Lee self-feeder.; ,Get them away from filthy and' contaminated yards. E. S. LEE Woodbine, Iowa. • We are proud to have the franchise to build and sell .the Lee Hog Feeders to our customers, as we know it will mean satisfied, customers for years to come. F.S. NORTON & SON Phone 229 Algona Help Increase Supplies of Soap and' Other Peacetime Products By Saving More Used Fats Industrial fats far short of last year! We are almost down to the bottom of the barrel. The nation's industrial fat supply is millions of pounds less than it was in 1944. We need fully as much as last year, to help make the soaps and other civilian goods you want and need so badly. So . . ; If you want more soap and soap flakes.::if you're dreaming of nylons, sheets, cotton fabrics and want them to hurry -back to the store counters... you can help by saving those used kitchen fats as you never saved before! Save every drop, everyday! ^-~ .••^..VrJli..^;^,;_,"«•,• ; .«t--5iS5':.;,--.,-,•-»..-• • >-.vV,-- These fats are vitally necessary to help, greater supplies of soaps and hundreds of other things—like new cars, electric washers, irons, refrigerators and tires. Industry must have^ these fats;;: to help get to you more quickly the peacetime products you've been longing to. have for years! So skim and scrape and scoop just as you did so faithfully before V-J Day. To prove how important it is, your government has in? creased the point bonus. So help meet this nation's need by continuing to save used fats. If you can't find a store that accepts used fats, call Home Demonstration or County Agent. Time for a get-together...Have a Coke I10M fymttow tllMi tfn ArWni from m .. . . . nSfctl SK

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