The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 18, 1946 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

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JUNE 18,1946 1...-.^^ : AT YOUR DRUG OR COSMETIC COUNTER It's jost "out of this world." Looks dork in stick, but blends to, clejr, brilliant, beautiful rtottiral tdne. Very indelible. | t*y THAT you More and more farmers are • getting wise to the idea that they can sell their eggs on a graded basis and get a substantial advance over the straight price. They figure it's extra money in their pockets. ••'•• Why dpn't you look into Swift's Graded Egg Plan the next time you're in town. Swift features prompt payment *nd fair treatment. If you can't afford to lose money on your eggs, sell them on a graded basis arid sell them to Sw.ift. ' SWIFT V COMPANY DAIRY I POULTRY PLANT It Work! FARMERS— Come In and See Our Special Demonstration of (the Humboldt Loader at Kossuth County Implement! {s, the , sa.me demonstration SfS that WiM fee shftwn {gt'er a( the' " The Humboldt LOADER Many LOADS; Manure, beets,; gravel, 1 potatoes, cobs, cinders, ashes, baled h»y, lumber, coafi bowlders, concete slabs, etc. atQVES: P(rt, small buildings, fee^ Ijuo^s, self feeders, tanks, etc, • . ;' Y' • -.-'•'• " •. - : ""' ' Fence postsy culverts, pumps, etc, EXCAVATES: Basements, manure pits', trench silos, etc. FILLS:— Hitches, washouts, cisterns, tree trunk craters, etc. '• • ' i 1 : -i '"f •*-.*: Noth|)if above tractor— no obstructed ylew-i-no cable— no side swiny. Loader will eo wherever tractor can, ;; Lift* one ibolt^ loader (Q mount. By removing 4 Pins and removed, -,> $195 p, Q, P. HUMBC pump c»t» bf %t^Pbf>4 or nwclUnery where * hy furnishes ypuy WW*T f«f It ossuth County Iranlement Store ft A *r not fi«a«BV*w^vw9 ^fmm*mm*^mjfr* . - . ' ' '• i r ^^ «'•" t «• - .ALGONA UPPER DES MOtNES, ALOONA Lillian Johnson, Wesley, Is Bride of Edward Thissen Wosloy: A hcnutiful wedding was solemnized in St.. Joseph's Catholic church Tuesday morning, June 18, nt 9 o'clock when Lillian Johnson, oldest daughter of Mrs. Helen Johnson was married to Edward Thissen, son ol Dr. R. J. Thissen of Algona. ttev. I-i. N. Kfcin offieiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her 'brother William. She worn a gown of white satin with bodice and nylon yoke ap- pliqued with beaded trimming log oPinutton sleeves. The skirt was of nylon and tapered off to a long train. Hor finger-tip veil was caught with a Hiara of orange blossoms and she carried a bouquet of Johanna $jll roses with streamers tipped with rose- 'bucls. . - ; The bride's' sister I3ernadino Johnson was maid-of-honor and she wore a floor-length gown with white satin top, sweetheart neckline and three - quarter sleeves. The skirt was white net over white satin. '•'' . Eileen Wingert,-,cousin of the groom, wore a white floor-length dress with crepe top, sweetheart neckline, three--quaj'ter sleeves and the skirt was net over crepe. Both wore shoudler length white veils caught with white daisies. They carried bouquets of colonial yellow snap-dragons and 'blue delphiniums. The best men were Eugene Thissen, brother of the groom, and Joe Johnson, brother of the bride. Both wore tan gabardine suits and carnation tooutonnieres. Grace Goetz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Goetz and cousin of the bride w^s flower girl and carried a white basket of yellow and white roses. Marlys Goetz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Goetz, also a cousin of the bride, was ringbearer. The pillow on which she carried the rings was made of remnants of the bride's mother's wedding dress. The girls both wore floor- length white dwsses of net over satin and shoulder length white veils caught with white daisies. Ed Johnson and Bob Goetz were ushers. The bride's mother wore a- blue crepe dress with fuschia accessories and a corsage of colored roses. The bride attended the, parochial school and graduated from the high school in 1939. She was employed 18 months in a depart- mqnt store in Buffalo, New York, and was bookkeeper at,the K. & H. Oil station till June 1. The groom graduated from St. Cecelia's Academy in Algona in 1937, served four years in the Marines, 3 years in' t.'ic Pacific, and-.. sinee;-. Ms-, j. /discharge•i ihas< managed the shoe department of the S, & L. storo. A reception was held in the Parish hall following the ceremony to 100 relatives and friends. Mrs. Irene Studer, Mrs. Tony Hildman, Mrs. Louis Lick- ieig, Mrs. George Cink and Nell ?Yimml prepared the dinner. Waitresses were . Mildred Fox, Thelma Oppedal, , Mary Studer, Cheryll Meurer, Lucille Hirner and Mary Jane Studer. The young couple treated their 'host of friends to a wedding dance in the Floral hall at Algona. Following a ten-day trip to Minneapolis and Chicago they will live on north Ridgely street in Algona. Erdmans Grandparents • Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erdman are grandparents for the first time since June 2 when a.'baby girl, Patricia Carrell, was'ijorn to Mr. and Mrs. Connie Holben of Lansing, Mich. Mrs, Holben was Madeline Erdman. At Summer Session Bernard Erdman entered the University at Iowa City for the summer session Wednesday. He and his wife will again teach at Lisbon this fall. Take Fishing Trip '- •' . Henry Shore, ^Clarence Ward, Will Martinek and Ed Ricke left Tuesday of last week for a fishing trip to northern Minnesota, Start* Sales Work , Earl Ward began working as a salesman for the Morm'an Mineral company last week. Ed Downs and Joe Miller are also salesmen for the same company, Is Clear Lake Visitor . Mrs. John Lickteig spent Mon- day and Tuesday at the home of her son Dennis Lickteig at Clear Lake. The letter's wife and the baby girl, born June 7, came home Sunday from the Mercy hospital in Mason City, The infant was baptized Anita Rose, Sunday, and Mr. and -Mrs, Elliot Wuldsdhmidl of Clare were sponsors. Mrs. Lickteig's mother Mrs. Leo Waldschmidt 6f Clare spent several days this week with her daughter and family. Mrs. Esther Skow and her mother Mrs. Thora Johnson left Wednesday for Chicago for a visit with relatives, Dorothy Goetz of Milwaukee came Saturday to attend the 1 wedding of her niece, Lillian Johnson Tuesday. Floyd Reimer and Donald Ludwig of Milford visited their former classmate Joseph Studer Jr. one day last week. William Johnson and his fiancee, Eunice Smith of Buffalo, N. Y., came over the weekend to attend the wedding of his sister Lillian Johnson. Jim' Lincoln returned to his home in Iowa City last week following a visit at the Ihno Gerdes. home. His wife, the former Sylvia Ann Gerdes, remained for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Tom McMahon and family spent Thursday at the parental Dr. Tom McMahon home at Garner to help the latter couple celebrate their' 40th wedding anniversary. Carmel Lickteig and friend Kathryn Grifen, student nurses from the Mercy hospital in Mason City, spent from Thursday evening till Wednesday evening at the former's parental John Lickteig home. _____ Mr. and Mrs. Silas Harris of Iowa Falls spent the June 9 weekend at the Clans T.iarks home*. Mr. Harris is a brother of Mrs. Tjarks. The Matter lady accompanied her guests to Mason City Monday, where she visitc-d her son Grover Jurgeson. Mary Agnes Kunz, daughter of Mrs. Ann Kunz of Des Moines, spent last week here visiting at the home of her brother J. M. Kunz and with her grandmother Mrs. Elizabeth Matern and family. The Kunz twins, Louise and Levine, are out of service, tihe former was a Wave and Levine was an army nurse. , Sally and Douglas Smith are spending several weeks"?, sjt the home of their maternal grandparents, the H. J. Braleys. Their mp{her, the. former Ethel Braley*;,went -itft^BalUmprje,, where she met her husbad, a lieutenant in the army, who recently returned from service it the European war zone. They will visit relatives at Washington, D. C., New York, and other eastern points before coming back hdre He expects a discharge. NOTICE We just received a big toad of MURPHY'S FEED Cut Cost flog Feed and Yig Ray Chicken Feed Concentrates We also, have a complete line of WELP'S FEEDS Come in and see us aboqt your feed problems. We Will Buy Ypur Eggs at 9 Straight Price. Meyei Produce South of Hub Clothiers Known as Behrends Feed Store 24-25* Rendering Service PHONE 7 or Phone iW»^|HnP . . • STATION , • • > Get That Squirt . c£fcv>" ulflV^" MORE SUMMER MILK 31, 194$ Wholemilk 3% Butterfat at 62c : ..$1.86 90 Ibs. Skim milk at 70c per cwt. .63 Total Price for 100 Ibs. Wholemilk. $2.49 Wholemillc 3.5% Butterfat at 62c $?.17 90 Ibs. Skim milk at 70c per cwt , .63 Total Price for 100 Ibs. Wholemilk......... $2.80 Wholemilk 4% Butterfat at S2c ...$2.48 90 Ibs. Skim milk at 70c per cwt .63 $3.11 Total Price for 100 Ibs. Wholemilk CREAM PRICE Sweet Cream Butterfat ...$ .62 First Grade Butterfat :....;; .58 WHOLEMILK PRICES JUNE 1 to 15,1946 Wholmilkj 3% Butterfat at 62c $1.86 90 Ibs, Skim milk at 70c per cwt. , .63 Total Price for 100 Ibs. Wholemilk $2.49. Wholemilk 3.5% Butterfat at 62c $2.17 90 Ibs. Skim milk at 70c per cwt. .63 Total Price for 100 Ibs. Wholemilk $2.80 Wholemilk 4% Butterfat at 62c ..$2.48 90 Ibr. Skim milk at 70c per cwt, .'33 Total Price for 100 Ibs. Wholemilk $3,11 CREAM PRICES . Sweet Cream Butterfat "..'..---'- - $ .62 First Grade Butterfat ., ,58 CASH PAID FOR CREAM Week Days 7:00 A. M.-6:00 P. M. Saturday 7:00 A. M.-9:OQ P. M. F. O. B. ALGONA COOPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY Distributors of Alco-Petroleum Products Aleo-Gas Alco-Tex, White Gas /Kerosene . Distillate No. 1 Veedol Oil Alco-Penn Oil Alco Grease Storage Tanks (500-300400 ff Globe Batteries Greasing and WftSlU Ethyl Gas Non-Taxable Tractor Fuel Veedol for Tractors AlcoOU JCelley-SpringfieW Tires, and Tubes Pistrihutors of; Feed and Salt, All-Purpose White Salt, 50, lb White Salt, Skim Mift and Buttermilk Powder, Milk and Creani GMjIpE Tanks, Milk and Cream Cans. Cooperative Creamery Co*

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