The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 30, 1946 · Page 3
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JULY 30, 1946. Governor To Speak U Pentcm, Friday * Fehton: The American Legion nd V. F. W. plan a carnival for liursday and Friday, August 1 nd 2 in Fcnton. Harold Krue* or Is chairman for the celdbra- on. Thursday. ,there will be a ftig-o{-w,ar, a Jfoek 1 '.' race, 'and Lotts Creek and fcntoft will play Frid&y Gov. Blue has been secured to speak in the afternoon at 1:30, on the town bandstand. That afternoon Rodman and FentoH will play ball. Friday nfght the Fenton H. S. band will give a concert and there will be dances both nights. WAN* Att9 BRINGS PUBLIC AUCTION Of Household Goods As 1 am leaving Fcnton. I will sell my household goods at public auction at the Zumach house, located on Highway 14, In Fcnton, Iowa, on' Tuesday, August 8th Sale Starts Promptly at 1:00 P. M. 'Bedroom.. Suiter Includes chest of drawers and dresser; 3 months old. Automatic electric' .washing , machine. ; ! liollaway Bed . with good mattress. \ /. Davenport and chair. -' 5-plece Blonde Dinette Set with blue leather scats and backs) Tapestry Lounge; Chair with footstwft—new condition. Apartnjent Size/.Table Top Bupane Gas Stove, with all attachments.- ..,.,. 9x12* -Blue Axmlnster Rug With pad. Occasional Chair. Coffee Table. •? Magazine.Rftck. End Tables. 2 'Reading Lamps. 1 Floor Lamp. 1\Bed Lamp. White "Enamel Kitchen Stand. Vanity Bench. Large Round Mirror. . „ . . ^-Ttifee Cabinet -Model Air• line' Radio. Ironlrig Board. What-nots. Curtains. Drapes. Dishes. Cjardep Tools. , . , " '• ' ' " .-'• ' .'•' ' . , ' i* i • ' I ' ' ' . •[' TERMS—Oash-or puakc arrangements with your banker before the sale. ' > . Sayings Bank,;Fenton, Clerk We have a surplus of OATS. Hundreds of you Feeders in this tcrrift»?y know what can be doing with NEW IMPROVED ;TANVILAC and OATS. Which Way .Are You Qoing To Feed? '' Corn and Supplement i'-'v 'i5Q,tlbi f supplement's ^JSM ' ' " Total .$15.80 ' Oats and , Tanilac. Grinding .....:..„.:;...; .37 Total ' vjMakcs a difference of $7.<t51h producing 100 Ibs. f V v Aridtner; Way T«f> Produce Ghe^p Pork Is ' To /Feed In A Self Feeder TAKE: . • • ..-••• . -'•' 50 bii. Oats (1600 Ibs.) at 68c. ....... ............. .....$34.00 ' 13% Alfalfa Meal (300 Ibs,) at $3 cwt... ....... 9.00 100 Ibs. Tanyilac Culture Base ...... '...:'. .......... '... 11.80 30 Ibs. Tanvilizcd Mineral ....... . ...... .................. 2.10 Grinding ....... :.;. : - ..... ...~..~ ....... .~. ...... .'.' ....... ... - 1.60 Total Cost of 2030 Ibs. Feed .$58,50 THINK OF IT! A Balanced Ration for Growing Pigs at Lcs$ Than $3 per cwt. Try It For Two Week« And You Will Be Convinced! v Don't Neglect Those Chickens ami Laying Hens! Mi* 5% TANVILAC CULTURE BASE in Formula and WATCH RESULTS! WHITTEMOREMAN RECOVERING FROM INJURIES TO HAND Whiltemore: Mickey Doyle, who sustained a compound fracture of his hand Saturday of last week when he was caught in the belt of his grinding machine at the Frank bogotoh farm southwest of Whittemore, is coming along quite well, according to reports. His hand was badly cut and he was taken to the McCreery hospital for treatment, and was then taken to the St. Joseph's hospital at Sioux City. Mr. Dovle bought the grinder from Mike Koppcn about four weeks ago. Move Inlo New Home Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Roeber moved into their new home Monday, which was. bought some time last fall. It was the late Joseph Laubenthal residence and had been Vacant for some years, duetto a fire which gutted the interior. Work to remodel it was started this spring and it to.pk several months to get' it ready. With new floors and built-in cupboards this will be as nice a home as anybody could -wish for these days. Seelys Entertain Mr. and Mrs. Berl Seely entertained at dinner Sunday. Guests weVe Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seeiy, 'Frank Seely, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Bruhn and family, Mr. and. Mrs. Edwin Greinert and daughter Verdell, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Meyer and family, and Mr. and Mrs. William Ostwald and family. Ruth Schreier, -N.] R., Metamora, 111., is spending 'a week with her aunt'Mrs. J: V. Elbcrt. Prof. H. W. Behnke attended a board of directors meeting of the Missouri Synod, Fort Dodge, Monday. Mrs. , Bertha Ebert and net father, Ernest rfeuman, are visiting relatives in several points in Minnesota. • . , • • Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Azeltine and family, Rowland, spent the weekend at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom. , Mrs. Lowell Walker of Los Angeles, Calif., sister of Mrs. A. L. Roohleau, is visiting here and in Algona, with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Barker* of Cedar Falls, spent the weekend with Mrs. Barker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Potratz. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Thul ;:nd family and Mi?, and Mrs. Peter Schumacher attended the wedding of Betty Thul, a niece, Tuesday at Clarion. Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Walker and son Gary Allen and daughter Shari Ann, Mankato, Minn, visited .Mr- and Mrs. Lawrence ALGONA UPPER DESj M01NES, ALGONA WHO HAS PARK BOARD'S ROLLER? Meyer Friday fevening. ; Tery Dronwall, Des Moines, is spending a week with his grand* parents.while Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Dronwall are enjoying a weeks fishing in northern Minnesota. The Methodist Ladies' Aid met in the church parlors Thuisday. Mrs. Ralph Kitterman, Mrs. Russ Medin,' and Mrs. Ralph Nichols were hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer and son Gayle, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Martin Greyer of Hurt, drove to Le Mars, Sunday.wnere they visited with an aunt Mrs. Augusta Davis. LIONS TO SPONSOR MIDGET CAR RACES The Lions Club are at it again! This time the Algona service club will sponsor a Midget Auto Race, Monday, Sept. 2, at the Kossuth fair grounds. This is Labor Day, and a baseball 'game is also being planned for the day's program. A minimum of 12 cars will be entered and probably more, e-nd drivers will be here from Minn?,-; apolis, Waterloo, Fort DodgcT Mason City and other points;; Oh the half-mile- trac't. <such- as the Kossuth '.fairgrounds' ottos, the 1 cars will, average 60 miles an hour. The midget cars have.only'one gear, high, and a brake only;'on the left rear wheel... They'have to be pushed :to get 'Startedi } The program will Include sjbv- en major track" events,' wrth ' an Australian Pursuit Race as the climax. Recently at Osage v five of .tfie midget .cars 'pildd Up In/ a spectacular collision. ' \ • ,3 > *fhe Aljona Park Board has a problem! Where Is the big roller used (o smooth out the tennis courts? - Efforts were being: made last week to put the tennis courts In good shape, but the big 100 Ib. roller, which weighs 500 Ibs. when filled with water, Is missing. • Anyone who has this roller tucked away someplace (and the board thinks someone borrowed it last fall) is asked to. contact Eugene Murtagh or Harry Godden, park board members, or leave It at the Athletic Park—and no questions asked. West Bend Auxiliary West Bend: Mrs; Myrtle Jacobs was named president of the West Bend American Legion Auxiliary, at a meeting held last Week. Mrs. Mamie Hogan was named first vice president; Mrs. Maude Dorweileri second vice president; Mrs. Fern .Beardslcy, secretary; and Mrs. Irene- Boos, treasurer. '•••.'••'• ••; '"'•' "•'.• Five New Recently Licensed Tlifefe hew cars and two truck* were licensed in Kossuth county ifi the past week. Tfuck licenses went to Lalng & Muckey, Algona. Chevrolet, and Wm. Stubbe, Ledyard, International; car licenses went to Joe Suscher, Algoha, DeSoto; Aaron Swalve, Lakota, Ford; and Burl Priebe, Algona, Hudson. Lakota Pastor To New Pulpit Soon Lakota: Rev. E. J. Cass, pastor of the Lakota-Ledyard Methodist church, will leave Lakota about August 16, having been assigned ' to a new field. He has been pastor at Lakota for the past three years. He has entered the Upper Iowa Conference. 1946 Farm Directories Copies of the 1946 Kossuth Farm Directory were toeing mailed out this week. They will be addressed to all rural boxholders in Kossuth county, and total distribute ion dn this manner will reach better than 3,000 copies. Other copies may be purchased at The Algona Upper Des- Moines office 1 , at $1-50 each. Mason City Stowaway Jon Hueflhold, sort of Mr. and Mrs. Alwin Huenhold, was the subject of a city search here Sunday, until he was discovered aboard a bus in Mason City. Seems the youngster boarded the ,bus here and the driver, thinking 'he was with adults, did not question him until the bus reached Mason City and he declined to leave the vehicle. They brought, him back Sunday evening, i Union M-D Picnic Union: The Union M. & D. club will 'hold its annual picnic at the 180 FOURSOME IS CAL1ENTE WINNER With a score Of'180 thelCali- ente foursome composed of Bob Harrington, Orville ' Wicks,- Orville .Drennan arid puss. Waljer took first place in the tourna'- ment that concluded, last Thursday evening with a dutch lunoh at the, : Algona Country club. ,, A folirsome composed of Donnie Smitn;;Al •. Borchardt, Dick' Post and Dr. Richardson took seer ond place with a total score of Third place went to Glenn Buchanan, 'Leo Spiles, Joe ,Lowe and Wayne Allen with, 1 a 187. ,.; In the blind bogey tournament, run last Thursday, Bob Williams and Bob Harrington tied for first place, and a second place-tie occurred between Frances Bunting. Orville Drennan, Lloyd Robinson and Ohet'Curtz. : Golf balls : .were, awarded as prizes in the blind bogey. tournament. >•,<'••>. Orvile Wicks owned both the first ahd 'second place Caliente foursomes-.and Fred Kent .owned the third place team. -,'.,. ^ibSh ENC-OF-MONTH SALE STROLLERS, all metal.., $11.95 CATTLE FLY SPRAY, gal. HAY ROPE ,7-8 in., 100 ft. 110 in. long , FRUIT JARS Qt. size, doz. PAINT SPECIAL BRIGHT RED BARN PAINT, gal... .................. . (5 gallon containers) SUPER-TEX WHITE HOUSE PAINT In 5 gallon cans only The following Dealers can supply TANVICA'C PRODUCTS or will furnish FEEDS built with TANVILAC CULTURES; Irvlngton Coop. Elev, Co., Irvin^ton, Iowa Alcoa* Flour * Farmers, Elevator Co Iowa A. p. Schlssel Feed Lakota, Iowa Lone Rock Coop. Exch., Lone Rock, Jtowa Frank Sanford, LuVernpr I», Farmers Rutland, Iowa ' Ifamilton Bancroft, l«w» ' Feed Mill, Iow» ;.-, Burt CMP, EJ«v»tor Co., Farmers Elevator Co, Bocle, low* . -i Cylinder Coop. Elevator Co., Harold Oxley, Corwlth, |ttw» Woden, Iowa Steven, s»!?«n«n, CAR AERIALS, 3 section $2.49, $3.49, $3,95 HOUSE SPRAY, quart..;.: - ........... : 35c QUART SPRAYERS, only 39c WATER MIX INSECT SPRAY, quart $1.59 . (30% DDT Concentrate) HOT SHOT BATTERIES (< B" BAT' TERIES,each $138 PORTABLE RADIO BATTERIES HORSE COLLAR PADS! BJD LAMPS FOR CAR OR TRUCK Reliners, all sizes, cemented ............$1,98 Truck R«liners...,....$2.98 Car Jack, bumper style ..;..,. T ,. t ., vt ,,,4l,38 Scissors Jack, heavy duty ...,,;.:.,... T :...,.$5,4& _____-. IRONS Jj>e Bloom, Prop. AJjfQftft, Iowa: From New York Chicago St. Louis . Los Angeles —the,new Fall Suits h a v e come! They^re new in .style, material, color — and new in beauty! $42 ••«y FASHION dc- 'crees Suits a for look ' different, they ,, *fin yon—now " ; -\_ — we present -! V ourf striking . "< new suit ere' ... atlpns in ail- V 'wool 'fabrics. • i, AUGUST IS FUR COAT MONTH! Now in progress at Kresensky's, you will find the August Fur Event with greater selections, excellent values! For in' stance— the beautiful Marmink fur coat pictured—deep, soft beauty, full of sleeve, rippling with highlights— .priced $312 including 'tax. Whatever the style, whatever the fur, we have it! $98 to $462 (Tax included) j NOTICE! Famous "Zero - King" Fur Factory Line will be shown at our store on Thursday, August 8. Put a circle around the date! , Glenn Jenkinson home members and families Will bring fl basket lunch, their own dishes and silver. Crrffee and cream will be furnished by the hosasses Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McKim and Mr. and Mrs. Jenkinson, Dinner at 1 p. m. Tuesday and Wednesday July 30-31 Alan Ladd ' in "AND NOW TOMORROW 1 Co-Hit Ken Curtis in "COWBOY BLUES" Thursday, Friday and Saturday, August 1-2-3 IOHHHY MACK BROWN CLAUDIA' DRAKE RAYMOND HATTON NOO»*M MIU«I Co-Hit MONOGRAM FlCTUKI* »f«l*nr» SIDNEY TOLER CHARlfECHAW Added, Serial "Jungle Raiders" Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Aug. 4-5-6-7 More of Those Hard-to-Get a- ' i Fixtures Are Here] Light Fixtures "•• Room in th§ lUHMi mimi$ ' : - i : ! Co-Hit

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