The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 16, 1946 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 16, 1946
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*f 1 & , l%llfi|ipi ; i^ '•''•-•'•: •$''" ."'.' ••'•'•••'. . v "'.v.' : -';..-';'' ; "K ; ;'' : ;^-rf^'•t ; V ; ''":' ; -r'S'A^v;-fi'i?? ^it^'-'^^'^'-S^iiJ''" 1 ffiss-JKifS ft»;a^ffe5g9|?f!« Ijpper Peg Momeg Want Ads Bring Result*. Stutter Championship Sells for $l T t®0 at PAINT 3.25 coats do the work of three 1 FIVE-GALLON CAN GALLON OF WALL-TONE HOLLER I'AINTEH and WALL-TONE TRAY All Three 2« • «l Wall-Tono goes on like magic. Just mix with water, pour in the handy tray and roll it on. Man?; lovely shades. Reg. 3.78 Value! Gets the Bugs! AEROSOL DISPENSER with DDT Mos/'c /or flugj and Upholftery Foam Cleaner The famous ^^—^' "bomb" which releases a death-dealing gas , that penetrates all cracks and crevices, kills insects. Makes a rich foam to TJO applied to rugs or upholstery. The foam evaporates and so does all the dirt! Amazing 1 High Chrome Finish 1.29 Quart Aluminum Pninl Spray or brush it on wood, metal or brick. Sets in two hours, dries in eight. If you plan on painting you'll want to get a can of this fine quality oil. Want Hew Tires 1 ASK ABOUT THE W« Will Rtcap Your •nt Smooth TlfM lor Driving Saftty Wh*n N«w Flrcilen* D» Lux« Chimploni Arc Av<ilabl« to You W« Will Equip Your Cur and Byy Your R«capp«d Tlru Firestone DELUXE CHAMPION T*» 7/r« Tfto» Sfoy» Safer tong«r Firestone Store LI!\\SEEU Replacement OIL In the above picture, Nate Studer of Wesley shows "Prince-IRoya't Glh", the young animal selected as champion bull of the Iowa Royal- Shorthorn Show at Des Moines, a short time ago. The bull was a yejir old, April 2. Ben G. Studer and sons, Shorthorn cattle breeders from Wesley, entered the animal, and showed both the champion bull and the Champion female. "Blinkbonny 73Vd", roan yearling heifer owned by the Studers, brought a price of $1,250 from H. J. Pankratz of Mountain Lake, Minn. The champion bull sold for $1,150 and the champion female of the Studer herd brought $1,100. . '• There were 29 heifers and 27 bulls entered in the show, the slate fairgrounds, and the Studers continued their high standing in breeding circles by again bringing home top honors to Kossuth county. Their farm is south of Wesley. 17 WILL GRADUATE, UVERMORE CLASS Livcvmorc:' The senior class is busy making preparations for the closing of the school year. At present they are rehearsing their class play, "Eighteen Carat Boob," which will be given sometime in May. The graduation exercises will take place in the high school auditorium the evening of May 24. The speaker for the event has not yet been secured according to Stipt. L. E. Cockrill. There are 17 students in this' year's graduating class, which includes six girls and 11 boys. They are Gerald Hughes, president; Gordon Telshaw, vice president; Donald Monson, secretary; Everett Anderson; Leslie MePherson; Ace Bordwell; Fred Woigert; Russell Giddinss; Norval Hundertmark; Virgil Williams; Wallace Hauck; Marcia Berryhill; Freida" McKcnzfc; Virginia Davis; Vernita Sykes; Dorothy Monson; and Betty Martin. A number of these have already announced their plans after graduation. They are Don Monson, who will attend Loras college, Dubuque, Iowa. Gerald Hughes plans to attend Drake University in DOS Moines, Gordon Telshaw and Virgil Williams will attend Iowa State College at Ames. Betty Martin will attend nurses school. Virginia Davis will attend Commerce school. Everett Anderson will study aviation at Iowa State College. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Frideres are parents of an eight pound son born Wednesday at the Kossuth hospital. This gives them a boy and a girl. Maxine Bormann is assisting with the household duties. OFFICE SUPPLIES — A good stock on hand, getting larger every day. Fill your needs at The Algona Upper Des Moines office. BERNAUSHOSTS TO ST. JOE GROUP St. Joe: Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bernau entertained their "500" neighborhood group one evening the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harms Jr. and Ernest Bernau were guests. First prizes went to Mrs. Julius Capesius and Wilbur Mitzen. Sernnd prizes were awarded to Vern Marker and Mrs. John Simon Jr. Wilbur Metzen also received the travel prize. A lunch was served by the hostess at the^close of the evening. ! Martha Thilges is assisting wlttv the household duties at the Orville Wagner home. .• : ; Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Redjfig' and familv of Otlosen visited'at the Matt Kirsch home Sunday..' Mr. and Mrs. Peter Nellis Ejhtl son of West Bend were guests 1 Sundav at Mrs. Nellis' mother Ma's.' Rosa Stattelman. jf . Tec-5 John Capesius arriwpd.' Saturday morning from Camp' Grant. 111., to soend the weekend- with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Julius Capesius. £ Mr. and Mrs. Henry Borma'nn and daughters -Mildred and Eunice attended the funeral of Mrs. Bpr- mann's'mother Mrs. Anna Kenkel, at Earling, Iowa, Thursday mofnr ing. Mrs. Kenkel died Tuesday after a lingering illness. SWAY CLEANSER 1. OUiolve* «r«ait "quickly" 2. Looieni dirt "•ai»y" 3. Seoun aw«y ttotn* "tmooM Outing Flan 27 inch Width 3'6 inch Width Make your own pajamas, gowns, wraps, diapers, etc. Come early iojf yours! UlVprt ftegtilaf ^etVi'(*es will 1 !tee'" meld; at 11:15 drt 'EflSfei'.' Cbffi'fmtrtibn' services will, ;6e iglveh evening ,-at 8 .o'dl'dck. Oft !E!'£iSf6f :Stfftd'iJ.^ Rev. S. .ft •KaMm6r > of,SWiaa City, will be' gUeSt .stfm'altef ffdt» the' everting on Good Friday morniftg, oat o'clock at the Vv. •& °Ref. church. GommunldnnwllkbT* ihslH' at • thsae sewices. Sheite -will be 'English' services in the evening 'at ; 8 o'dloek. Hdly Communion' Will We' SSfV* ed at the Sunday >molt i tthig;EaStei'' service dt th^-Ev. & ifitff. ;ehufdh. There Will also Be 1 'special In the evening an 1 'Ed3t01' M and praise service vHll be > 8 o'dlock. J. B. Joh«stpn of Algona was; business caller : here on .Thut's- day. Rev. Hed'dle of-fiuft and r 'Emily; Watson and' 'Sherril Stewart of ( •'Burt wei'e Sunday guests ,at the 1 ,-George -Thompsoti home. Mrs. 'K«neih :Busch and •R. Valvick went .to ;Buffa'lo Geii- ter .Thursday .afternoon .to call on Mrs. Reuben 'Lutter at -the 'hospital. Dan Lynch, who- has 'been .ser: iously nil for the .past few weeks, was taken .to Algona Monday, where he will be cared for in a nursing home. Mrs. Fred Darnell accompanied .a group Of -Springfield ladies to the George Beenken home near Elmore to attend a Red .Cross meeting 'Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Fred ! Darnell -of Ledyard and Mrs. George Heetland of Dakota were in Algona 'Tuesday serving on the jury. They will return next week for ' another court session. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wiemer drove to Humbbldt Tuesday Sirs. Wmr »&o^pe •- 'fddfc thelV aughter Murfien to .Algdha from .tWffltettd'llWa MoMsv fctrj the next s^vei'dl; weeks, she .will. Mf.. ah'd.MVs. .Albeifit Brirnes 'ffi-eil'-:SW f btie- 1 hdme' -In ^v Oft .'left' •#> fie- -will' - ' Mil •fiw. -. ' :;'. •Mis. diJi &i i&wfeif Jii . , fcteftf i W ttftS 1 *giat$ 'j&UBfiwesS : .to* 1 ' '.will loo. Mfa. : HbUSe -dfd^e . d d iL^ngelea; . -MS, ISUfti t-g &*^T3m •mti Mrs. G. J, P, Voge,, Mrs. ifitiell will take 'the-position for* L^jAu^ii-i- ti-^u. lUW^UWi* .UitdUh^iH^.^A^rl Miser.' WaS iniei'vlewed eVeifc^a- tlbn WHO last Friday at 11:30 p. H. W, POST DRAY AND TRAtfSPEfc STORAGE OF ALL KtmS Long distance hauling. Every load .insured against loss or damage. .Efluipped' lo -do all kinds of draying'and hauling. lliritAttpltTIIS F OR TIM KEN OIL H FUNK d> DIEM ' " • : • - • <•;.»'•'•• '•'• 119 South JDodge . iHhoWe'83 We take :pleas(ireiin (announcing our ap- -poiiritment as Authorized 03ealers for .Tirriken Silenl Automatic-Oil' Heaf ing iEquipMent. This corriplete •line-of^of 1 Keating equipment is built around the famoftB'Timken'WallMame which has on% ; Orie Moving 1?art —,-is so fully automatic it even lubricates itself —j and saves one gallon-o'f oil in':every..foar used-'by.amordin- .ary oil .burner. .See'us :now for 'sales:and service. Remember, you cari't;buy better'equipment >thanTimken. ' " SEEWSKOW FUNK ^ DIEM HDSoitfh Dodge I Gome in. and get-- our '.new 1 ' "fiiriiken 'f order « ^ •* Arid wheat alone can ^i^efe :, problem of feeding the ivodtFs hungry A - •'••>••' •• jrlictaally wheat has neVer befttt a large -Hem'tin the trewng .proceBB—^orily /nffiflfl ''df -the-^eirtire U. S. Avheat crop wa¥ tisjfd in'lO^Sj . '^-' In accordance with United States Government policy, the brewing industry'has used no wheat whatever'since Merely 1, 19^46.- OTHER MATEHMCS CUT 30% The other grains used ; h«ve fbwn* ratfutsed *bv 30%—that is, to 70%^ef the 1945 -amount. Wheat alone can solve ihe problem ot-feedirtg the hungry. The grains to which tfee 1 industry is now reatrictedv wrtf-of * v ytoiety jand .'grade not normally consumed by the people of the world as food. LESS BEER AND ALE ' iB results irtii' iproportionafejy. 'lower -pfoduction. !But since the -current deiif and 'ibr .|>eer and ale is about 25%^eater'than a yeaiifgb, ihe real shortage is nearer 50% " ' Corisequeirtjy, yoftr ? dealer will ndt -be a1il» to 'supply ypu with 4U-thd beer and afe you would 'like, ^e^inbw you 1 will 1 understand the reason for this; ,i^. . • ;'-* •$• . *• -' '*" ^ our «t?tetftrOn i» isarWeiftly ^directed .to the Truman's Fam* ine are 'ft f^ffi }v |«M 9 - IWpiH^ •^*r|t ';:*••

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