The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 4, 1946 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 4, 1946
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TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1946 — ONLY A FEW MINUTES High mileage, old age and slow wartime driving may have formed excessive sludge accumulations which might interfere with your car's engine oil system. A simple, quick examination will tell you if your engine needs cleaning. All we do is remove one valve compartment cover. Stop in MOW for our Sludge Check-Up! J l« Algona Implement Co. Phone 52 Walt and Deb Wall Algona, Iowa CURRENT H«f "I know he isn't one of our 'Club' but nobody else's mother could spare any butter!" hard to get all the butter you want, until certain phases of price-control are adjusted. But you can still get SOME butter,-and'how folks do enjoy it. Whenever you can, make meals more nourishing and appetizing with Butter,'Nature's golden gift to your table. Wherever it appears these days, Utittcr is a welcome sight. With toast, rolls or muffins—with potatoes, carrots or corn—yes, with scores of foods, there's nothing like I'.uttcr to bring out the full goodness and flavor. Despite today's record milk production, it may be IOWA DAIRY INDUSTRY COMMISSION Spokesman for; 200,000 Dairy Farmers of Iowa S6K BUT CARS PROTECTED WITH SKELLY LUBRICANTS LAUGH AT HIM • • • • • » You can laugh with YOUR car at summer heat. Old Sol can work himself up a real temperature, but your car will run sweet and cool with SKELLY lubricants. NOW is the time to get prepared for hot weather. Stop and see us today. Moe's Skelly Service BOO West Slate Algona, lowii MANY BURT FOLKS ATTEND MEMORIAL RITES, THURSDAY Burt: A good crowd attended the Decoration Day services held in the schoolhouse Thursday morning under 'the auspices of the American Legion and the Veterans of Foreign Wars. The Rev. Ray K. Hill, pastor of the Presbyterian church, gave a fine address. J. L. Miller, command* or of Knoll Post of the American Legion, acted as master of ceremonies and Paul Olson, commander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, gave short addresses on the 'Origin of Memorial Day.' A mixed quartet, consisting of Erna Baars, Evelyn Becker, Kenneth Patterson, and Dale Lockwood sang 'Battle Hymn of the Republic," and Joyce Ryeraon sang "How Beautiful Upon the Mountain." Services at the cemetery followed the regular service. Mrs. Kriethe Visits .Mrs. P. F. Kriethe and daughter Eugenia, Owatonna, Minn., came down for Decoration Day and visited at the Mrs. Albert Staehlc home. Visitors From Renwick Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Goetsch, Renwick, visited Mrs. Luella Sanders Thursday and also called at the W. J. Lockwood home. At Fellowship Rally About 18 Burt young people attended the district Youth Fellowship rally at Algona Thursday evening. The G. H. McMullins, W. J. Lockwoods, L. E. Rieb- hoffs, and Kenneth Richards took carloads. Mr. and Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel were' Mason City visiaors last Tuesday. Mrs. Gertrude Thaves and son Stuart, Morristown, Minn., were calling in Burt Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J, T. Heaney, Sac City, spent Decoration Day in Burt at the J. P. Trunkhill home. The Charles Lappes are haying their new home painted. Will Sigsbee, Algona, is doing the work. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Leeper, East Chain, Minn., visited a week ago Sunday at the Bernard Lcopcr home. Mr. and Mrs. J. L* Miller visited at the home of thpir son Lawrence at Ames Thursday afternoon. The Oscar Millers of Titonka were Sunday supper guests a week ago Sunday at the J. L. Miller home. The Fred Lavronzs and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lavrcnz were Thursday dinner guests at the Roland Lavrenz home. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Krull and three sons of Thompson were Thursday, supper..guests at ,,tjt9 Clffford Holding •home'.'"""" ' W Mr. and Mrs. ,George Manus and their daughter and son-in- law Northwood, visited Friday at trie H. W. Manus home. Mr. and Mrs. August Bellinger, Algona, and the Herman Bussies were Thursday dinner guests at the C. W. Reynolds home. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Smith and family, Jefferson, spent Memorial Day in Burt. R. C. is a brother of C. C. and K. J. Smith. The Tom Trcnarys, Emil Persons, and Mrs. Leila Sperry and son spent Thursday afternoon at the Ray Smith home, near Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holding and sons and Mrs. W. W. Boettcher visited relatives at Farnhamville and Eagle Grove Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dorrance, Fairmont, Minn., spent Decoration Day in Burt. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hulburt, Glidden, were also in town. John Riebhoff, who is a student at Morningside college, spent the Decoration Day weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Riebhoff. The Donald Mitchells' and Mr. and Mrs. L, C. Williams-of Lone Rock spent Sunday at Currie, Minn., at the home of Mrs. Williams' brother, Howard Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Leland F. Leland-and daughter, Minneapolis, Minn., came Thursday for a few flays visit atjjthe home ,of Mr. Leland's mother, Mrs. S. M. Peterson. ' Commander iand Mrs. Orin D. N. Miller, Eranston. 111., spent Friday at the >-J. L. Miller home. They were on their way west on a vacation. The.-commander and J. L. Miller are' brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Golley, Peoria, 111., spent Thursday night at the F. L. Pratt' home. Mrs. Goljey, who ig a-cousin of Mrs. Pratt, lived in Burt many years ago. She was then-Jim Millis. Mrs. Elizabeth. Patterson and sons Charles and George spent Thursday with. Mfs. Patterson's brother W, J, Mackey at Pipe i"A;CITy3STOR;EiWITHlCOUNTRy PRICES" Across frpitt the Court House uppm stone, Minn. Mr. Mackey had been sick, but was some better* Mr. and Mrs. W. J. 'Lockwood visited relatives at Hardy> Renwick, and Corwith WedneiJ* day. Shirley Lockwood, who had been visiting at Corwith, came home with them. She is now assisting at the Donald Mitchell home. Mr. and Mr%. Tom Trenary and Tony Plemel returned Tuesday from Osakis, Minn., where they had spent a few days. Mrs. Trenary's sister Mrs. Leila Sperry and son Darrel accompanied them home for a couple of weeks visit with Hurt relatives. Ruth, Esther and John -Masse went to Emmetsburg Friday morning to spend the -weekend with relatives. The remainder of the Emil Hassc family went over Sunday, where they attended a house warming at the Ed Brcdehoeft home. MOINES, ALGONA IOWA- START NEW HOME FOR FRED MABUS Lakota: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mabus are building a modern new home in Lakota with carpenters from Buffalo Center doing the work. The house will be a one story 26x36 foot building with an enclosed porch 12x14 ft. and a full basement. JPAGffi Seneca Man Takes Trip To Dubuque Seneca: Martin Wilberg, accompanied by his son Jerry left for Dubuque Friday morning, whore they planned to visit the former's sister Mrs. Ed Eisen- smidt and Mrs. Clarence Anderson. , The latter's husband passed away recently after a long time illness. Miss Lcona Jensen visited the past week at the Millen Jensen hbmc. Miss Jensen has been teaching music this past year at Arlington, Neb. • Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Swanson and children of Titonka were Thursday evening dinner guests at 'the Henry Looft home. Elmer Letcher of Alexandria, S.'D., drove up to the home of his-daughter, the Lester Osborns, Monday evening and remained there until Tuesday noon. Mrs. Letcher, who has been visiting here the past two weeks, returned home with him. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Osborn spent last Sunday at Charles City, where they visited at the Nral Osborn home. Mrs. Otto Wilberg accompanied her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jens Halverson and her sisters Mrs. Albert Ulleslad, Mrs. Linus Jerisen, nnd Mrs. Ronald Carey to Radcliff Friday mornin7, where thev planned to attend the funeral of an uncle Henry Sten- bcrg. They planned to return Saturday. WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS Severe Mumps Case Wilbur Wirtjes is suffering a severe case of mumps and Eugene Wirtjes is recovering from a similar siege. Supt. on Vacation Supt. J. W. Cook and family left last week for a two weeks vacation with relatives in Missouri and Southern Iowa. BlWe Sch6ol Opens The Lutheran Vacation Bible school opened Monday, May 27, for a two weeks training with 30 pupils in attendance. The Rev. and Mrs. F. F. Darnauer arc teachers. A children's day service will be held June 9 with' the pupils presenting the pro- Mrs. Francis Adams entertained nt four tables of bridge Thursday, May 23. Mrs. E. H. Buschman was broueht home from the hosoital at Mankato last week Wednesday and is much improved. Mrs. Francis Adams, Hannah Hcctland, and Fanchon and Faus- tinc Hentland visitffl Blue Earth. Minn., last week Wednesday. Mrs Lydia Schwietcrt, Burt. came last, week Wednesday and visited her father William Baum and her pistcr Elsie Baum over Mrmorial Day. Ray Mover. Mrs. Bill Meyer, and two daughters and Mrs. John Meyer Sr. from Lakota and Mrs. Charles Tutton, Buffalo Center, were in Mason City last week Wednesday.. The Raymond Keisters of Ma•;on Cilv were last week Wednes- 1;iy visitors at the Harry Muss- mans and went to Elmpre that evening for a visit with his mother, Mrs. F. C. Keister. A son, who has been named Larvy Albert, was born Sunday, May 18 to Mr. and Mrs. Albert 3andberg at the Buffalo Center 'lospital. Mrs. Sandberg is 'a daughter of Mr. and Mrs.' John Hcctland. Arnold Christ and family arc visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Christ. Arnold, who has been teaching at Rippy, la., since his service school at Cedar Falls June 5 and will return to Wiota to teach the coming year. He taught at Wiota when called into service. Mrs. George Steinotz accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Kemp from Kiceville last week Wednesday and Mrs. Wade Ball mot her hero and took her to Algona for a visit with her daughter and husband Mr. and Mrs. Marc Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Kemp visited at the Harry Mussmans over Memorial day. 10 Bode Seniors Received Diplomas Bode: Frank Milos of Dos Moines was commencement speaker at the graduation exercises which were held Wednesday evening, May 22, in which ten seniors received their diplomas, and 14 eighth grade students also received their diplomas. Members of the senior class this year are: Arlcnc Bakken, Loia Boydon, Bernico Christianson, Arlcnc Hanson, Russell Jonson, Ralph Olson, Richard Olson, Donald Sorlcin, Thelma Thorsland and Alice Tryg.stad. Alice Trygstad was valedictorian and Richard Olson salutalorian and were the two honor students of the class. Confirm Twelve At Burt Lutheran Burt: Confirmation services were held at the Lutheran church Sunday morning. Members of the class confirmed wore Don'ikl Bierstedt, Max Bicrstedt, Lu- Vonnc Blcich, Donald and Dar- lenc Eimers, Bueford Kickbush, Cardene Koepkc, Marcelln Madsen, Shirley Miller, Herman Rachut Jr., Carol Runners. Dale Schroeder. Clarence Erpelding 0f St. Joe Will Wed Texas Young Lady St. Joe: Banns of -marriage were published Ascension Thursday by Rev Father Geo. Theobald for Clarence Erpelding, son of Peter Erpelding of St. Joe and Catherine Swereczyski, Gains- eville, Texas. Neighbors surprised Matt Kirsch Tuesday night at his home, the occasion being his birthday. Those present were: the Matt Fabpr family, the Peter Reding family, the Raymond Thilgcs family, the Harold 'Fri- dcros family, the Henry-Thilges family, Mrs. Rosa Stattelman and family, the Nick Thilges family and Clarence Smith. Rev. Father Henry Ernst of Denver, Colo., is visiting with his brother and family, Paul Ernst. Mi-, and Mrs. John Reding and family were Thursday visitors^ with Mr. Rcdings sister, Mrs;; John Reding in St. Joe and MrsV, : Anna Erpelding of Livermore. "'.-'•' LOW COST ADVERTISING —•< That's what you get in Uppeiv Des Moines want ads! Over 4.0&0'' Cager C. HEHEMAN BRG CO., IA CROSSE SURVEYOR On or about July 1 (pending shipment of equipment) I am opening a survey office in Algona. After 10 years with state and federal agencies T am returning home to offer my experience to the public. Land Surveys Farm Mapping Deeds Platted LEWIS K. FERGUSON Algona, Iowa As Materials Become. Available, We Are Prepared to Assist You Through Our /"•" '•'..'/-..'•'' J^ ^ f ." /.,ni- 1 ', t ' r ', l y'.. 1 |',i Property Improvement for Home Modernization Investigate This Plan Now If You Contemplate Building or Modernizing Conic in and Talk It Over F. S. NORTON & SON PHONE 229 I got this new dress by> BEING SMART '-, T Yejiraa'am, selling your eggs on the Swift Graded Egg Plan is being plenty smart. And usually the difference in price wiU add wp to an une*pec«d ; new dress before 'you know it, So why not get all ibe money your eggs are worth. Don't be satisfied with a straight price for your fine eggs. Stop in the next time you're in town and find out about §wi/f! graded egg pltn- It ftitures prompt payment and fair treatment too. SWIFT & COMPANY DAIRY & POULTRY PLANT You Can StPl Buy A fjarm At Prices That Can Be Paid From The Earnings Of The Farm. The following chart makes a comparison with prices that followed the last WORLD WAR with Present prices: •.! m EM of W 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 I9l7 1918 1919 I92o 19211 1935 1936 1937 1938 I939Q94O 194! 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 194.7 1948 The Following Farms Are Offered For Sale 80 A.—Humboldt county, no buildings, highly productive, $175. 160 A. — Crib onjy, Palo Alto county. $135. . 80 A.-^-Near Algona, no buildings. $7000. 16QJA.—Level, Webster soil, no buildings, 1946 crop to purchaser. $155. 280 A,—Good buildings, produc« tive, 1946 crop to purchaser. $9|00 will handle, I (PnlllPli §¥*•-••(Pfcfcfcli • ' Hutchison Bldg, Algona, lewe Plume 497

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