The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 22, 1946 · Page 11
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MOTNBS, AM/ONA. "Thanks Neighbor... 1 ." ' ' . Remember that zefb -raiiien : .flcxt clopf gave jroft.a ; push th^'star'tedl ' '6ia ftetsy 1 ' ,..,''. arid-got yOB.of 'to Wc^p "" , .;.Apfireciated,it,:dMn't yb iurn :t)ic;fayor Anytime • : ' : : .Well ;; that'iimcikiiia ,. in getting the most value .out , of pirty, lint tele- phohe scfyice. ^ryone,0rtith^^||pp|refiate^fhe though' tftilness of \faotfr :g$fy$,4jj£ licf#ing ;time between (them for ;0^hers*touwVtiieir.ptionc . . . replacing the receiver s6ftty:iw;hcn<t)ii6 lincjsjn use. Yes, the sjmple business oTbeing a'good'neighbor usually means y.pii!H'havcjgjJpd; neighbors. •/. v l/c NWIES CROWD AND PRAISE Lone Rqck: A lafige, crowd,at-: tended the "Gay •Nineties Revue," presented by the senior, high school at the school gym Wednesday evening. No adrrtis- sion was charged b.ut : .a collection for the'March of Dimes was tak- >n up and $51 .was collected. -The Band Mothers club sold lun.eh and cleared $37. The program was very well presented ,ahd many favorable comments were deni'il. Birihday Honors Mrs. Calvin Householder was honored at a birthday party at the C. E. Sigstoe home .'at Burt.on Thursday afternoon. Besides Mrs, , Householder .and ML Sigsbee others Attending were 15 PL\T)ES--294-AMP.,HOURS ' ' ',.. '\:,l«r ; :'Celh,.-32:Volw'>. <• •:'•••.• 10 YEA^ SERVlGE G^APAN ' 12 VOLTlD.. C., 300 AVatt. i'^ 1 ; fX .i 32VOLT,D/C.;;&OOWaft.v:a.;-v/v 32 VOLT, p. C., 1000 'Wat^'i .?. . ,^|18S.'00 , A. c., 6o;y/attv*.,v -H: ::; Available on Our THRIFTP^AfENT '-PLAN ' ' • ' /•v^twriTOpgpg The Friendly-'Stbr*^'',',.?.-' Mrs.' Fred Genrich, Mrs. Bierstedt, Mrs. M. E. Blahchard, Mrs.. Emil'Ktaft, Mrs. Henry Gettman and Mrs. Gordon Sigsbee. Mrs. Householder was presented with a. .gift. Large ;Parly .Turnout A large crowd attended the card party sponsored ^foy the Band Mothers Thursday eyen- irtg. There were 16 tables in play. Prizes were won by Mrs Albert .Elsbecker, high lor women, and Mrs. Chas; Schultz low Fred Schmidt high for men, ;Everett Hanna low, and. door .prize went to Dick' O'Ddnhell. ,The fighting . Riellys 2rid Lieut. " : - Philip Rielly ' arrived at ,the hqrrie of -his. brother Louie, Tuesday evening from (jhicago where, he received -his discharge after 'several years ov erseas duty in- the Pacific. He will leave, .Feb. 9' for the .wes coast where 3iis Wife arid babj live.v Another, .Rielly;/ brother Arnold, lef t, Th\irsd>y .. '.tor. ; ,For Snelling.to be •inducted into ;th< army; * •• . " ' ''"''' ' "' At Golden Among Lone Rock friends' whc called on Mr. and Mrs. ,A. ..J Meyer, Fenton, during open house in observance of the! golden wedding Tues., Jan. 15 were Mr. and Mrs.' Frank :Flaig Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard Mr. and Mrs. Art Priebe, Mr.' an< A covered dish luflch will be etved. ' "Mr. and Mrs, Cecil Green of 'airmont,.jand Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schmidt were Sunday even- ng supper guests of the Ralph Bierstedts. Mr. and Mrs. John Behrends attended the farm sale of the 3elmar Zaugg's at West Bend on Phursday. Mrs. Zaugf is a niece of-Mr. Behrends. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gross spent a week ago Sunday at.the Harry Haase home at Fenton vis- tin^ Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gross »nd new daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Don Radjg spent i wee]c ago Sunday at the Mar- .jn.Dreyer home near .Burt. .John Schallin spent Wcdncsclny afternoon at the Radfg's. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Bollingcv attended a birthday party In honor of Harvey Bollinger ..at the Mtrs. Kate Bollinger home nt Fen- tori'Thursday evening. Rev. L. Kingma and N. L. Cot> ton attended ,a church meeting at Fort Dodge thurdsay afternoon Mrs. Mrs. Alf Krueger L. Cotton. and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. M. O. -Richards spent Tuesday in Estherville on business. Philip Rielly was a suppe guest Thursday evening of the I W- Nelsons. Harvey Rath and Albert Shas er went to Mason Qity Thursdaj IN PINION HOMK Fen^on; Mrs. Amos Finnestad enterlfiined meni'bers of her bridge clift). arid 'six guests Tuesday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. Lloyd Sunde, Mrs. E. K. Johnson, Mrs. W. V..Vager, Mrs. Arlo Rann«y, Mrs. Emma Reimers and Mrs. Art KrduseV" 1 Mrs. George Jentz won high score prize and Mrs. Lester Theesflekl -won second high. Entertain at Dinner— Mr. 'and Mrs. E. K. Johnson en* tertainca at ' 7 o'clock ditiner .ThursfVay' evening. Guests wefc Mrs a nil Mrs. C.'H. Newel, Mr. and Mrs'. 'Lyle- Newel and Dennis, Mr. nncl Mrs. jHarold Newel, Mr. and Mrs. E. J-. Frank and Mr. and MI'S. Forrest Hanifan and Barbara Jane. and also .attended a 6:30 dinner and entertainment which fol- (owed. Mr. and Mrs. .Qene .Pearson of Hampton spent Wednesday and Thursday visiting friends in Lone Rock. Allon Pettit returned home with them for a few days visit. .Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thomsen attended the funeral of the .little 4ryear?pld son of the former Delina Rogers and' her husband, Mr. and Mrs. John Madsen, Fort Dodge, Tuesday. 'Mri and Mrs. Dave Lynch entertained . at dinner on Monday evening. Guests were Mr.> and Mrs. • Chris Gelhaus and Dean, .of Ledyard, -Mr., and Mrs.' Dave Weber arid David, and the Hiram Ackerrnan family. : '"".-. '''Mr. ahd' >; Mrs. Lawrence Geitz : enauer were pleasantly surprised Tuesday evening when 25 friends and relatives arrived to help them celebrate. their fifth wedding: anniversary. They were presented withvgifts fand cash. Mr. and Mrs. Alf Jorgensen visited Mrs. Jorgensen's brother •W a yne,Altwegg. at. Austin, Minn., oh Thursday. He has spent the past two and one-half year in the European theater of war and has just returned-to his home. Mrs. Michael Ehrhardt and daughter. Mary Louise returned home wjth the Jorgensens for a few days visit. -Hostess— ^ . Eigler entertained the members of her bridge club arid thnWfeignests Wednesday: evening. Guests -were' Mrs, Raymond SloebV, ''.Mrs. W. R. Wolfe and Mrs. 3&'cK Tieman. Mrs. E. K. Johnson won high score prize and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber won second high.- ' . F. C.-Bailey of Marshall, Minn., spent Wednesday visiting friends and relatives. . Mrs. ,Y. J. Tatum entertained the members of her circle, Wednesday,, afternoon. Ha'dley Bailey spent Tuesday and Wednesday at the Harold Fude home at Graettinger. 'Mr. and Mrs. Jess Halverson •we're Wednesday- evening dinner gtrests^aV-the Ronald Carey home. <&&»£ Jennie. .Jenson returned to herliome"at"' Ri'ngstfed' Wednesday after spending several days -.with •het-astet-Mrs. Anna. Osborn. ^ . '. /Safflef Bailey r spent Thursday, an%^riday TJ^ith his sister Mrs. Whitlow and her family at Arm- Seneca: The -Saneca Progressive Farmers:4*H club entertained their fathers at a Special club meeting held at ithe Seneca ipublic schbpl Thurslay evening. The highlight of the evening's entertainment was a film showing care in (the handling of livestoik while in the way to market process. During the business meeting plans were made for the 4-H county basketball tournament which will be held in ithe near future. Errol Petersen reported on -the 4-H club course held at Ames during :Dec. 27,-28 and 29. Rev. and Mrs. Preul of Fenton were last Thursday dinner guests at the Roy Olson home. They also called at the Wm. Osborn home lailer in the afternoon. Thomas Curtis has taken over the,duties as 7th and 6th grade teacher at the Seneca school, succeeding Mrs. Russel Jensen who resigned recently. -Mr. .and Mrs. Russel Jensen .are taking over the farm. :The Otto Jensens .will move soon to Fenton where 4hey have -purchased -.the Straley'horne in the south pqrt of town. / •Mr. and Mrs. MiJlen Jensen are the parents of a 7 Ib. 10 oz. baby boyborn.at the'Holy Family hospital at Estherville Tuesday morning. .The Jensen have a family of five sons.and one daughter, Margaret. '. Miss Lillian Peckham, county home economist, and Beverly pits- worth, 4-H girls county president, met. at the Henry Locft home Wed- nesday evenfng asm iifta.de for officers' training schools will be held at, .AJSfhd .Jlp#ary Saturday, Jan. 19, aftcf at'Bancroft on Saturday afternoon, Jan. 26. All club officers are'urged to attend these; meetings. Rost-Nujitiiil For Swea .City Swea Gity: A post -nuptial shower Honoring'/Mrs. .Kenneth Isaacson was held -Friday afternoon at the Harry Linde home, Adalph ... A tasty ,lunch ing the jaiterribort lovely gifts were bride. The honoree — --.. )y Dorothy Malone, Swea',(3i Towmend Flash By Mrs. A. M. Anderson , ...je Glen "Hoppe family o Truman, Minn., spent jWednesdaj at the Ed Hoppe'home. ' , Mrs. Harold Holmgren attended a Rebecca lodge meeting at Burt Thursday evening. Palma Joy and LaDell Olson of Burt spent Thursday afternoon at the Eric Seegebarth home. Mrs. Richard- Behrends and baby went Friday to Ware to visit relatives for a few days. Mrs. Fred Wegener and Dale of Algona spent-the day Friday at- the Walter Thompson; home. Warren Thompson s.pent Wednesday night and Thursday at the Sig. Orvick home .at Ledyard. Supt. Hutzell attended a .cqun- ty superintendent's Dinner 'and meeting at Algona Thursday evening. ' •• Joan Zweifel is slowly recovering from her recent s^ious illness at the Fort Dodge Lutheran hospital. •'•<>'•: The American .Legion' iary will sponsor a card R,-,,^ ,,„ the school gym on Thursday- evening, Jan. 24. • Mrs. Walter Thompson and Mrs. Harry Hobson attended .«; Remodeling Clinic at the 'Bancroft public school Wednesday. -Mrs. Odey Cherland was -s hostess on Friday .afternoon, at $ shower in honor qf -Mrs. Herbert Leek at the Lutheran church in Burt. The Ladies' Aid society '.will meet Thursday afternoon ft* 4he of Mrs, Lawrence Hutzell, Rebekahs At Bjurt Installed Qfifice^ ;Swea City Deptist Burt: the:following officers.-Wi installed at the Rebekah ! lbi „ meeting Thursday evening: Mrs. •Will Giddings >N. G.; Mrs. 'Harpljl Holmgren, V-.G.; Mrs. "-Paul Macauley, secretary; Mrs. Carrie Larson, treasurer; :Mrs. .LiJHan, Sh'el- don, warden;"Mrs. C.;B*.'GhaDman, conductor; Mrs. J. P.^ru/ikhill, R. .S. to N. G.- Mrs. Henry Gett man, L. S. to N. G.; Mrs,, Mary -Steward, chaplain; Mrs.-G. C. Giddings, I. G.; E. O. Cl)iprhan, O. G.; Mrs. Harold Steward, musician. fph}ckset corduroy, ex- peirtly 'tailored with drpp- ped 'beU loops S ^Mff ante Mrs. C. H. Newel, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Newel and Mrs. E.'J. Frank drove to Minneapolis Tuesday where they spent Tuesday and Wednesday, returning home "Wednesday evening. Mrs. E. K. Johnson, Barparn Hanifan, Mrs. Ernest Votfeler, Mrs. Ervin Bruhn, Mrs. John Kerber and Mrs. Ervin ^Borchardt w£r,e Wednesday afternoon <visitors at%e Mrs: -Edw... Priebe home. Mr. «icl r Mrs.'.Otto -Kelly; of Ledyard, Mr. and Mrs." Will BroWn of Armstrong, Vernon Jensen of Al- gonaV-Lirfus Jensen and son Dennis, Mrs, Fred Johnson and Mrs. BpruS/nfchell were Wednesday afternoon 'visitors at the Mrs. Anna Washington—iTruman's message to the.people puts "heat" on congress. .Cpriimon folks tyrile' letters to solpns. Thousands jjpon thous- ans of personal letters, written by constituents, were awaiting congressmen tin their return to their .desks after,a Christmas vacation. • Truni'an demanded:' passage .of the senate version of the bill Which would, " . . .-provide, for an income for the aged sufficient, to. enable them to maintain a .decent and healthful standard of living and promote the retirement from ithe labor force of the older citizens. • The theory, of democracy is that, given all the:facts,'the.majority of the people will, inevitably arrive at the correct conclusion. To provide an opportunity for citizens in maintaining democracy in th'-s nation, therefore, means to 'bring; to citizens all the facts on.all .Vital issues which they must decide. Townsend National Weeky is committed to this purposisi-^-Adv. Think what 'this comfort of a modern „-.. — to every member 'pf ;the Health and happiness ^ .utmost in sanitation nq5V sible through the instajla our DIAMOND BRAND. 'S •TANK. .And the ..cos^ >s ; ; to /install, too.' ' • tk. «u <F. S. Norton & -.PHONE-2189 VIDA-RAY Hand Lotion stock-unhand,' getting larger every •dtiyt'fttt -yaur- needs .at The. Algona Upper Des Moines office. Until further no_tJce the Sears Roebuck prder of. f ice will be qpeu at 9iQfl i-fin, eWBry j^jay ancf will close at 9:00 p. m.. ^Saturdays, v Sears Roebuck Order Office ;it4w?^ ..-ajr-vi^.t.'.-jT- - -....,-- - -,= ^:V^*'r-!i|§r^.i?'--V?- ^S^i|s|i@l§$;tta|liiSP^^ FARM HOUSING fy JIM POOL / • :BOTSFORD LUMBER co Concrete floors in animal'shelt- ers were a great step forward'in cleanlinesS < and sanitation, but it wasn't loagY'toeftfre they disclosed two shorjwomings. They Wjere cold and wetvtkv'Wlnter.'vM-any farmers believed this'was' caused by .capillary action of ground water,-that is, moisture oozing upward from the ground through the concrete partioiesovBut. this was«not neces-' sarily the explanation. It may have been true in some cases, but many agricultural engineers held that the wet concrete floor was caused by moist air inside -the building, droppin&.part of its moisture-load when it'came in contact/with the flaw^Jieeause the floor was colder than the inside air itself. Ordinary concrete, of course, is a goofi conductor of heat and cold. 'n L*t me tell you about a farmer near Humbollt, Iowa, who made a prettxi conclusive demonstration. This'man''had' a fine set of buildings, with- a concrete floor in each. His floors were always wet in winter, and he believed it was due to seepage »or. capillary action of grouha**W#ter,' He, was about to build a new' poultry house, and was determined that the new con- cretepfiaW'WOUld be absplutely impervious to • ground water. ,So, he .placed a six inch grave} .fill. Ove.r tha.t went a four inch sla.c of OKtUflajy concrete. Qn top fli that, he mopped' thirty,gallons pf asphalt. Finally, he Placed; another concreet slab. 'What happened? That floor was just as wet as ;any he h.ad.pn his farm, Clearly, .the moisture was not coming from the ground. He went along with it for two years, and then he heard about'- Zonolite Insulating Concrete In. the surrfmer of 1944. he decided;, to... t?y it, 'and put two Fneftl over the old floor. All last $5ntei>he«had a dry poultry house j}oo,r.-Jt,>va? SO dry, even in sub* zero' ? we'athfer, ihat dust rose from the, litter- as-ithe'.chickens scratched inVH,, ZSWPW*. floor was warmer •fhan,' : oT ! w'teftst, as warm as, tne in$i4ebirr*hej£fpTe, it stayed dry, i-. ZonoUte floors are not expen» siWThfey can fee placed as a new slab or may be put over an exist* ing floor. They pay for themselves in fewer Jitter changes and less labor, tp say nothing of the in» creased production from heajtny stock.'The farmer near HumboWt ^^^^^h^ttStiS not-stick to the floor, -l aNMjnnesota farmer a SgonoUte poncretf* floor If his threp poultry^h Utter; W -Mfeep'lwas <Ji?y«* st >«.*• «*» ipk}-#W it wtt, in ftp'- fjt^lJS'2?? - ll'^i'J.— J.!..._. J«**n If Via An adequate non-sticky quick .drying, grease- less lotion that helps prevent and relieve red, rough ..chapped, -skin. Soothjrfg .and .pleasant. Makes an ideal body rub. f j ; ' 16 flu..oz. Regular $2 tax K. Advertising are Simple! 1—To whom does your ad go and how much per hundred readers? , 2—Will your ad have reader interest and remain in the home long enough to be seen? . •m ONLY NEWSPAPERS CAN GUARANTEE YOU ANYTHING IN ADVERTISING ... The ..Algona papers guarantee that your ads will go into over 4,000 homes each isstle, rirost of them rural, outside of the JjQOO pliw> that are delivered in Algona itself. Your cost per hun- % dredjisjow , . , ian,average of three,persons read each copy . , « yowtfNOW who gets the .pppgrs—th«# are subscribed for, and Uncle Sam delivers them • , , Thf «§wsjp«ej them, "long life", TOE JpkAQE TO ?W 1^^ j^p\q|RTISING l| WHERE IT wni m ^s^m^m lulw IY THI MOST PEOPUV DRED. The Alacnii Uppt rlDts - ^ ' ' '" a . .' • ......" • :;.:.- --.r „ ., ,- • - ^-y vr The Kossuth County AdvQi 1 ." - -' - • ,'•''»•''« 'i»'" • --'-'^'m'.'rmtii ;J '-' A ?V^ "^^L'^.^A'Ao -.-•>' , -...^'-;- ''?>'' ; uV,Vv.V^i •f_, s MS.I.- ;r»!K . .... . . .. : '••• •• • •••--'-'- "•--'-''- ; -'' •"•'' __ ,-

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