The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 6, 1946 · Page 14
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1 -"- " f AGE SI3L TWINS ARRIVE AT RBTAU FAMILY, LUVERNE, JULY 30 LuVerftc: Mr. and Mrs. Har- oM Ristau are the parents of twins, a boy and a girl weighing 6 Ibs. 4 ounces and 6 pounds and 11 ounces, born Tuesday, July 30 in the Kosstith hospital in Algona. They have been named Barrel] and Carol. Lutiwtan Aid Meets The Lutheran Ladies' Aid met Thursday afternoon in the church parlors with Mrs. Herman Hinz Jr. and Mrs. Charles Hinz as a co-hostesses for guest day. Nearly 60 ladies attended the meeting. A short program was given which included a reading by Mrs. George Tiede, a quintet composed of Mrs. Golt* lieb Hanselman, Mrs. Anna Hanselman, Mrs. George Tiede, Mrs. Herman Schulz and Mrs. George Miller sang two selectios, Nadine Wittenberg sang a solo ''Blessed Be the House," accompanied by Mrs. Erhart Meyer at the piano, aftd Rev. Wittenberg gave a talk on the Woman's Missionary Leagues.'' Two delegates, Mrs. George Tiede and Mrs. Herman Hinz, Jr. were chosen to attend the first annual meeting of the Women's Missionary League which will be held at the Walther League camp near Lake Okoboji on September 9. The remainder of the afternoon was spent at games and contests which were in charge of Mrs. Albert Kinseth, Mrs. Fred Lenz afid Mrs. Gordon Lenz. Lunch was served by the hostesses at the close of the afternoon. IfffiNES, ?#y"' •; * ', ^ '' : ' , /<i Mr. and Mrs. Tjeran Nerem of Renwick were visitors Tuesday at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Lund. Mrs. O. S. Lund was a visitor Thursday afternoon at the home of her daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Willarcl Zeigler in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch and Doris and Mrs. Anna Goetsch returned home Sunday after spending a week fishing at "Atkin, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Davidson and son Vernon left Thursday for Illinois, where they will speiid several days' visiting relatives arid friends. Mr. and Mrs. Art Riley and Mr. and Mrs. James Doak were visitors Thursday evening at the 'home of Mr. and Mrs. Judd Berryhill irt Livennore. Mr, and Mrs. Gottlieb Hanselman were visitors Monday at the home of their daughter and son-irt-law Mr. and" Mrs. Roy Btidnger near West Bend. _ Miss Betty Ramus of~Des Moines came home Saturday evening to spend a two weeks' vacation with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ramus and with other relatives. Mr.^and Mrs. William Duewer and two children of Waverly, 111., spent the weekend visiting at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Louis Witteberg, Mr. Duewer is a brother of Mrs. Wittenberg. Mrs. Harold Phillips and children Russell, Marlys and Henry left Friday morning for Brighton where they will visit at the home of her mother Mrs. H. W. Helmick and with other relatives. * ' Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leuhinnn returned Saturday evening after spending a two weeks vacation visiting relatives in Wisconsin and Minnesota. Mr. Leuliman is the teacher of the Luther Parochial school. Elmer Merkle of Flat Rock. O., arrived Thursday to spend a two weeks vacation at the home of his father George Merkle and with other relatives. Elmer is employed in an Evangelical Children's Home in Ohio. Rev. and Mrs. Louis Wittenberg have received word from their son Cpl. Kenneth Wittenberg, who is stationed at Cump Lee. Virginia, that he has recently been assigned to the Quartermaster company board. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Larson of Webster City and Mr. and Mrs. William Maley of Estevan, Can., were dinner guests Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Aksel Nielson. They also visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Eager. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Stone of Mason City were visitors Sunday evening at the home of her mother Mrs. H. E. Peitzke. Mrs. Blanche Allen, who had spent a few days visiting her mother, returned to Mason City with them. Mr. and Mrs. Elead Wcgner of Algona are the parents of a six- pound baby boy born Tuesday, July 30 in life Kossuth hospital at Algona. This is their first child and he has been flawed Lamont Morris. Elead is the son of Richard Wearier. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Tqm Mason of Clarion, Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson and two granddaughters of Ledvard and Mr. and Mrs. James Zwiefol and children Cecil and Beverly of Corwith were visitors Sunday at the home of Lottie and Jennie Mason. The Wnlther League met Thursday evening in the Lutheran church parlors with LeRoy Miller as host. The business mooting was hold, at which time plans were made to entertain the Darner Walthor League on Thursday evening, August 29. Lunch was served at the close of the evening. Mi-, and Mrs. Lyio Engel of Greenfield arc parents of an 8- ponnd (i ounce baihv boy born July 2(i. He h;\s been named Ronald Allen. There is another boy in the family. Mrs. Engel is the former Con-ino Smith, a former teacher in the public school and Mr. Kngel is a brother of Walter Engel. The Cemetery association will hold its regular monthly meeting on August K with a picnic in the city park if the weather is favorable: if not it will be held in the city hall. Hostesses for the afternoon will be Mrs. Archie San ford. Mrs. Grover Rentz and Mrs. Hal Rogers. Each member is asked to bring sandwiches, a covered-dish and their own dishes. The General W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church met Wednesday afternoon in the church parlors with a Rood attendance. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Vernon Evans, Mrs. Jack Vaughn, Mrs. Cecil Baker and Mir; Myrtle Jordan. The devotional p-riod was K-d by Mrs. Harry Lichtv and the lesson was given by Mrs. Art Henry. Lunch was served by the hostesses it the close of the meeting. There will be no regular mooting of the W. S. C. S. in August. Back From China Bode: Richard Satern, R. M. 2-c. called his parents from Philadelphia, telling them he hoped soon to receive his discharge and expected to be home by August 5. Ho came from China. Charlotte Johnson In Orthopaedic Nursing Chicago: Miss Charldtte Johnson, 610 E. McGrego* St.) Algona, is ofle of teft Affiliate rlursing students ^hb recently enrolled ih the three-month course in ofthopaedie nurslrig offered by the University of Illinois. The cwirae is Divert ift the Orthopaedic SurgicaOnstitute of the Universitys' Research and Educational .Hospitals lit the Chicago Medical Center here. Miss Johhson vvil) receive Hnnrinl training in the Ireatrtient of tloformntories and of Injuries cf the bohcs,..joints, muicicn, and nerves. Graduates of the course arc qital !f ''/] for sp^clrsliied nursing service. Miss Johnson received her basic nursing training at the Presbyterian hospital in Chicago. Jean Scott Hostess To Union Aletheans Plans for Achievement Day highlighted the meeting of the Union Alcthean 4-H club, July 24, at the home of Jean Scott. Seven members and five guests answered roll 1 call. Mrs. John Gisch gave a demonstration on "Dyeing." Mrs. R. K. Hill of Burt gave a very interesting account of her trip to New York City. ' A work meeting will be held during the first part of August. Singing and games closed the afternoon. Catches A Catfish Bode: Harold Skaugstad on his fishing trip last week west of Ottpsen in a brink of the Des Moines river, caught a 4'/2-lb. catfish. WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS 55885^^ k AAAAA A AAA A A A A A A AA A A JL&AAA JukAAA^A JUJAA JuKAA Friday, Au "LOVE HOME CELEB - Sponsored By Veterans of Foreign Wars - American Legion - Commercial Club Come One - Come All Fun and Frolic For Young and Old Carnival! 28 Rides, Shows and Concessions on the Streets Speaker! Rev. DeLoss Marten Former 34th Division Army Chaplain Southern Kossuth's Biggest Homecoming Celebration ! Ball Game! St. Joe versus Corwith A Real Razzle-Dazzle Ball Game Dancing ! In Luverne Gymnasium Music for Young and Old And Don't Miss This -Old Time Fiddlers Contest-Cash Prizes Come to Luverne on Aug, 9lh for a Big Day! Carnival Shows Will Also Run on Saturday, August 10 ^^^fr^^^^^Ww^^^^^^^^^^^fc^^w^^^w^^^&'^^w ^^^••^^•^•^^•^^^^^wfr^'^^^^^^^^^^fr^^^^^^^^^H^fr^^^^^^^^WR^^^^.i^^il^P^^l^j^^^^PjIpi^PUl Extra Auau ^tf^^jggg* WE'LL -HAVE ENOUGH FOR MAXIMUM PRODUCTION Balance the Herd to the Feed Supply . ,;; ,.,;,,,,,To do,a.production job, these cows>nred the right amounts of the rigfht^iedS.' And no skimping. "If feed is short, better cull the herd. To feed a cow for a-'year it takes about 3 tons of hay ... 19 bushels of corn ... 26 bushels of small grain ..". 280 pounds of protein supplement. If feed, labor and equipment are available, keep more cows. We/need more milk in 1946. , WHOLEMILK PRICE July 1-15,1946 Wholemilk 3% Butterfat at 80c... $2.40 90 Ibs. Skim milk at 70c per cwt. .63 Total Price for 100 Ibs. Wholemilk... .. r .$3.03 Wholemilk 3.5% Butterfat at 80c ... $2.80 90 Ibs. Skim milk at 70c per cwt ...,. .63 t Total Price for 100 Ibs. Wholemilk .. ..: $3.43 Wholemilk 4% Butterfat at 80c .i..$3.20 90 Ibs. Skim milk at 70c per cwt .63 Total Price for 100 Ibs. Wholemilk .i;$3.83 CREAM PRICE Sweet Cream Butterfat ,:$ '.80 First Grade Butterfat. '. ;....,......,.,,•;$:;.78 Julyl6-3M946 Wholemilk 3%;Butterfat at 84c... v ..:..$2,52 90 Ibs. Skim milk at 70c per cwt ,. ,63; r , Total Price 100 Ibe. Wholemilk ,. ^.V Wholemilk 3,5% Butterfat at 84c.1 $2.94 90 Ibs. Skim milk at 70c_per cwt. .63 Total Price for 100 Ibs. Wholemilk :U$3.57 Wholemilk 4% Butterfat at 84c .$3,30 90 Ibs. Skim milk at 70c per cwt T ',..- Total Price for 100 Ibs. Wholemilk ,;$3,99 CREAM PRICE Sweet Cream Butterfat .... T . T ... T .. / ...,,. T i, t $^ ,84 First Grade Butterfat - .,.,-.„$ .82 * ^ % . * r j * , * Algona Co-operative Creamery Co. PHONE 400 A j

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