The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 12, 1946 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 12, 1946
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• ; '?£3ft': PAGE Ml « 5 * s «'lpf|wf|5il iitem. - Thanks Folks Foi Looking Us Up! Warehouse No. 1 is full with a complete line of Cargill Feed — and more feed rolling. We are expecting our new truck soon. Then watch for the opening date of our free delivery service. Hew! Where! Can I get a chick starter and grower that chicks will not waste and one that will not pack beaks, causing loss of appetite and death. THE ANSWER IS— CARGILL NEW TYPE CRUMBLIZED CHICK STARTER AND GROWER At The FITCH FEED STORE People are really going all out for this new crumbliz- ed feed in beautiful print bags. Come in and get details. Ask about our 27% Poultry Grain Balancer in fine or. pellet form. Sow and Pig Meal is what you need for that coming crop of pigs. We stock Carey salt, Pilot Brand Oyster Shells and Cargill All Purpose Feed. D-X PRODUCTS Fitch's Feed Store Main and Commercial Phone 4GO There's m a can of lowe Brothers HIGH STANDARD HOUSE PAINT Mali* y*"' Jtorelh* | SERVICE 1 f CINTM * for Palming, .. 0«torall"8 i J and ' Maintenance MaUriaU There is extra protection with High Standard because it covers solidly more square feet of surface and outwears ordinary paints. It spreads evenly and easily, and High Standard's tough weather-resistant finish reduces the frequency of painting. '•") -^n«§^ Lowe Brothers PORCH AND DECK PAINT \ Here's perfect all-weather protection for ex. ' terior wood or cement floors. It's made ejctra tough to stand extra hard wear. A v i sure bet for economical protection, A New Lovely Room Like Magic with MIRACLE WALL FINISH | One coat of Kern-Tone covers wallpaper. It goes on. like magic—dries in one hour to a finish of enduring i, beauty. Lovely new colors which are easy to clean. NOW, Kern-Tone hides better than ever and still has no I"paiaty" odor during 4 £*>98 or after painting. mm »««•'• MHI fOlM LIONS COME FROM BEHIND TO WIN OVER J.C. QUINT In a game that combined lots of fun and some surprisingly good basketball, The Lions Club downed the Algona Junior Chamber of Commerce, 33 to 23, last Wednesday night, in a charity basketball game played on the high school floor. Referees Kenny Samp and vander Waal kept the game moving without calling every possible foul, and while the Lions did some clowning, they didn't do enough to lose the ball game. The contest started of with the J. C. team taking a big lead, and were ahead at the half, 15 to 9. However, the steady pace of the Lions began to tell in the second half, and after they look the lead they never lost it again. Box score: J. C. C. (23) FG FT PF D. Smith 1 1 3 McKinney 3 1 1 Arns 300 Patlon 1 0 0 Post --- 1 1 0 Lee 0 0 1 Morryman 100 Jorgenson 0 0 0 Miner 000 Sigsbee 000 Mueller -__- 000 Jcnson 000 Williams 000 Cowan 000 Gallic Of Titonka Underg A Ma jor Operation Carl F. Callies Is in lhe City hospital following a Dftajof operation. Mrs. Calljes spent part of the time with him. Mrs* Minnie dstefcteiehe* ;••.'• is having her honie, loes.ted 10 Lions (33) FG Moulton 4 Batt 2 Medium! 2 Vinson 4 McCullough 1 Crilly 0 Hemmingsen 0 Roscoc 0 SpraguC 0 Sorensen 0 13 3 FT 3 1 3 0 0 0 0 . 0 0 0 5 PF 1 3 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 SENECA WOMAN'S FALL BREAKS ARM Seneca: Mrs. Eula Williamson is a patient at the Park View hospital ct Estherville suffering from a broken ann which she sustained last Monday evening. Mrs. Williamson was walking across the road from the William Osborn house to the Lester Osbom home, when she slipped on some ice and fell backward, the weight of her body breaking both bones in hen left wrist. She was taken immediately to the Estherville hospital, where x- vays were taken and the bones reset: Reports are that' she is getting along nicely. . of Titonka t insulated. l^e Cpw/in Building and Supply £6. of Algona, is doing the W0?k, Etaer 'eterson had their house insulated similarly last week; Several residences in and around Titonka are being improved n the same manner. Mrs. Charles Hipp moved into town this week after having a closing out sale on her farm. 'She, s living in the former Bill Rick- leff residence which had until recently been ocupied by Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Peterson. The Good Hope lather League held a skating party Saturday afternoon and evening at the skating rink which is temporar- ly closed. The afternoon was 'or children of grade school age only. The evening skate was for ,he general public. Sgt. Marlyn Bonacker of Woodtourn, Ore., spent a few days visiting the George Bonackers and Sophia Nelson's. He had seen visiting relatives at Rein- :>eck. The Buffalo Boosters 4-H club met at the home of Amy Fisher on January 19. Mrs. Roy Budlong is serving as the temporary leader. Amy Fisher and Catherine Orthel we^e in charge of the picture study. 45th ?&iis oil EisenfofteheF , .... get-together; ; The childr&l ... lear ejtoughrto afcteftd wftfe the Vincent Eisetitoachetv Joe Studer, Clarence Nelson, Nofbert Hilbert and Charles Nelson families, ?ather Lhius Eisehbacher of At 1 ford, Joe, John, Ed end Ruth Wary Eteenbacher. Bauer Boyi i Moin« S. Sigt.i Ralph^J. frailer, a member of the Second Armored Division, landed at New York Jan. 30, 1946, and received his discharge from Camp Grant, 111* oft Feb. 8th, arrived here Tuesday* Feb. 12. Ralph had rhors than three yearl service with 14 months in the European, theater of war. charged"^an, '.18, "iJHff, at ltef;fer- Family Gel-Togelher The Art Paulson home was the scene of a family dinner and get- together Sunday. Present were the Glen Paulsons of Grant and Mr. and Mrs. John Dixon of Lone Rock. New Farm Family The C. O. Lockwoods, originally from the Lone Rock vicinity, have moved onto the place vacated by the Glen Crossleys. Mr. Lockwood is an ex-service man. His • wife is a California girl. They have one child. PIN AVERAGES HIT A SUDDEN SLUMP It's an exclusive circle, this week, in the Kossuth Bowling League, of maple topplers who hit 200 or better in last week's play. Only four men made the grade. Top honors went to C. Smith with 218, followed by Hank Jq- hannson with 209, Peterson of Titonka with 204, and Geilenfeld with 200. League standings: Team W Becker's 53 Wesley Co-op 42 Old Style Lager 42 Tanvilac 42 Titonka 38 Lone Rock 37 Burl , 37 K. of C 37 Wesley Auto 35 Pioneer Seed 34 Council Oak 30 Barbers 29 JayCees 25 Percival Motors 19 Whittemore ..15 Kanawha ..........14 Only real.balitjejri; tfie lea_ ...... developing into, a scrap for second place, with a three-way tie ndiw existing, after Old Style Lager waged a successful/uphill battle to second place from Us early-sea<son spot in the second division. Girl bowlers with the week's best scores including Valeria Butts (155), Jean Heningsen (170), June Hauptman (108), Doris Coltoerg (184), Jean Fitch (174), and Rathryn Kelley (183). USW Have Meeting Mrs. Gottlieb Kracht, assisted by Mrs. Hnns Thompson, were hostesses to the United Service women at the former's home Tuesday afternoon. At the business meeting it was announced that group work meetings would be dispensed with for the time being. Women in attendance were Mesdames Robert Burt, Sheldon Merrill, Roy Osborn, Ralph Campbell, Alfred Petersen, Fred Jensen, Olaf Oftedahl, James Doocy, Alfred Godfredson, Francis Sullivan, Martin Wilberg, and Mrs. Burkness. Mrs. R. L. McGowan was hostess to the Modern Mixer club at her home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Glen Crossley and baby accompanied her Andrew Larsons, parents, the to California for a visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Campbell spent the weekend at Cedar Falls. Duane was looking over prospective employment. Mr. and Mrs. George Patterson moved recently from their Seneca home and are now visiting relatives at Waterloo. Their future plans are not definite. Due to the departure of Mrs. Glen Crossley from the community, Mrs. Jens Petersen took her place as entertainment chairman. The attendance was small, due to the inclement weather. 32 36 3 '40 47 '51 '52 45TH ANNIVERSARY FOR WESLEY PAIR Wesley;. Mr* and Mrs, Straw th at her parefitai hbrrie following a weeks iVislt with '.his' feral fit hu. it < at the r. W. eamp at Allfbna, fid MlWmW. AUl*4 fifdman, arid Henry Afndoffer attended fl JurtiiberHieft'g /ebftvention }n Des Molnes Thursday, Friday, and of Jfist week* .HJI wteerhar, t&i ftidift, caiae , : t$et week $ visit r M Margafiet r m ,.-,-—. ... ijter, ymo haa patient in the ill ossuth fi . : Ed Eisenbacher returned nome last week from a two weeks visit with his sister and brother-in- law Mi-, and Mrs.Jlichard Hatti- mond ift Baclne, -Wife., and with i-elatiVes at various Other JbSnta in Wisconsin. American Legion held its regular meeting Thursday everting. Mrs. Jhno <3erdes was hostess. Plans were disctissed for the guest night to fee 4«M Thursday, February 21. Mrs. Mae 0tfate of 'Game!- will ' be speaker.' Portland Twp. Man Out Of Army; To Settle In California Portland: George Becker got home Wednesday from Long Beach, Calif. He recently received his discharge from the army air corps, at Port Arthur, Calif. George will drive his Ford back to Long Beach, where his wife and month old son are living. George and Harold drove to Ames and brought Frank home for the weekend. Patty Ringsdorf was ill last week and missed several days of school. Mr. pnd Mrs, M. E. Larsen entertained Mr. and Mrs. Ed Zwei- unui^eiji. «|H»if to, *<7Tv, w» s»c»^c>- son Barracks following 22 months in service, He was a . German prisoner three months, followed by 23 mohtljs in hospitals there and over:here. . . , ; ••;_;.•;. Home,.From Hospital v '-'-•'."..', Mrs! Urban Neuroth >undi in*' f ant . son were brought honje Thursday from,the Kossuth hospital in Algona, where.the baby was born Friday morning, Febr|i- ar.yJ., Mrs. Neurpth is.jhe-for> mer Rc'sella Hildmnn. daughter of Mr. prtd Mrs, George Hildman; and they now have two boys and two-girls. Mrs. Neuroth's sister Beatrice Hildman is doing the housework., • ' . •. • Study Club Party The Study club held a valen r tine party at the home of Mrs. A. M. Lease Thursday afternoon. Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer 'was assistant hostess. meeting will be with' Mrs. J. M. Kunz. C. D. of A, Parly The C. D. of A.'s are sponsorr ing a bingo party Sunday evening, February 17. They will hold their regular meeting Wednesday evening, February 13. The Catholic Missionary will meet that afternoon/ Sells .Grocery Store Mr. and Mrs. Lee McCann have sold their R. & H. grocery store to a Mr. Walker of West Bend, who is a discharged veteran. The McCanns have operated an up- to-date, grocery, .store the .past ifour/ yedrs,i'having!-imoved here from Ames. -They live in the apartment in the rear of the store and posloffice. Walker will take, possession Saturday, Feb. Ifi;". The McCanns' plans are indefi-' nite at present. s Mrs. NLck Weber will entertain her bridge club Thursday afternoon. , Mrs. Francis" Hauptman entertained her bridge club Saturday afternoon.' The W. S.. C. S. met qt the home of Mrs., Clarence Ward Friday afternoon. Ruth Mary Eisenbacher began teaching the primary grade in the Titonka Consolidated school last week. v • < Father Linus Eisenbacher of Alvord brought his brother John home Thursday following the letter's visit there severaj weeks. The Norbert filberts attended the wedding of his sister, Ma: Agatha Hilbert at St. " Catholic church at Mtt, Awi* d&ug()ters MW. Lepn^rtf Amdorf er aft4 Mrs. Elmer Dttjughtt, Were Mason City shoppers TljOrsday. Ceceli^s Algona Wednesday morning. Mary tha, daughter of Mrs. Emma Hil 'bert, became the bride of Robert Hagg. Mr. and Mrs. Herman peBoer left for their home at Memphis, Tenn., Thursday. They had visited her folks at Des Moines also. JUST IN- SMALL ASSORTMENT OF SUITCASES AND TRUNKS WOODWARD'S fel and son Orlo Friday evening. Rose Marie Ringsdorf, teacher at No. 7, went to Cedar Falls to spend the weekend with her. friend Evelyn Meyers. Roger Scott is home after a two weeks' trip to Ite, Wis., and Minneapolis. Roger helped his uncle move to Ite, then he visited relatives, A card party was held at Clifford Young's Friday prizes went to Mrs. night and Ed Wolf, Franz Teeter, Mrs. W. J. Stewprt, Harry Christiansen, and a chair prize to Fern Drone, There were five tables and lunch was served, All Kinds of CARPENTER And REPAIR WORK See BUD RQBINSON 801 South Jerome pt, THE SECURITY STATE BANK and the IOWA STATE BANK will elo*e f., • ' ' • s ' • FEBRUARY 18 and FEBRUARY n TOGET PIOMPT RELIEF from distress of those nagging colds that cause coughing and make yoja feel all stuffed UP—put « good nxwpful of Vicki VapoRub in a bowl of boiling water. Then feel relief come as you breathe in the steaming, medi* cated. vapors. These medicated vapors penetrate to thf cold'Con- eestc4 upper breathing passages. They loathe irritation, quiet coughing, help clear the head and bring such grand comfort FOR ADDED RELIEF... Ou throat, chest and back at .bedtime rub VJck« VapoRiib. It works for houM-r«ven while you sleep-—to bring relief. • Now try this home' tested treat- tonight. Accuwte, Ing ownership. , Ofiler by wail, front ; '> "'; ,, Pitts 5 tents sate* the Emmetabufg i&porter j Iowa 6* She's looking for potash because it takes potash to make succulent legume pastures ., Wgh in jnineirals^he j^ici4,t^t<live«Ock.Ere^r,;, Clovers and all other legumes are heavy feeders on potash. When seeding" or top-dressing legumes for hay, pasture, or cover crops, make sure fhat there is enough potash in your soil and ferti- .lizer to balance the other plant foods and insure heavy growth of high'feeding value. If you are in , doubt as to the fertility of your soil, consult your official agricultural adviser regarding soil tests and proper -fertilization. •'•'•< Write us for free inforniatioir<tt>4 literature, •''"'' •'; ' AMERICAN POTASH INSTITUTE '|15> SUceenth Si., N. W. Wlshingion 6, D. C. Atwittr OnpaWMi AnuriMn •• P»l«h ft 0)«mlcal C«por«H«n P*taih C»m».ny *l Ain«rlcn • Oiiliwl tMft rtltfh Company IMF POTASH YOU ARE USING IS AMIRICAN POTASH ApILABLE NOW 13 Foot Land Roller* \ 7£ Fpot Land Rollers Ford Self Manure Loaders Ford Dirt Scoop* Ford Angle Bull DOBCM Ford Terracing Blades Fw2 Tractor Plawa Ford Tractor Cultivator*; *Woo^l Bro*, Qorn Picker*, , >.:r Two Wheel Traileri With Nfw T><f» Also Have a Shipment of G»rd«ii Trftctors With Sicfelt Bar and Garden Cultivator* -^ PLACE YOUROT0ERNOW, ^ Ken|;l^^t^li tmw

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