The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 3, 1946 · Page 5
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SffiPT. 3, 1940 _ Son* Gr^et uple At Fenton ; fltofti Mr. ahd-Mrs. Floyd |ff0bsi are parents of twin boys Friday. August 30. The have jjeeft MmBtl iliehael bti. .and. Pntf>k. ruunm and Hgfiecl 6ili and 8 Ibs, respect- .ALGOMA OPPfift DES ively. Mr. Racobs*ls a parlnt-f of Raetobl and Sidvon Motor Co., who redently bought Ooelsch and Prietie. Both Mr. Racobs and Mr. Slavett are servica boys. Mrs. RaCobs i.<5 in the MpGrecl'V hospital, \yhitteit1We. l v he\Haeobs .nave one. other child,, filleh'. READ THE WANT ACS ROAD 'TO HOG PROFITS SARGENT M IN PAL MEAL HOGS are still your most profitable animal to feed — cut your costs in half—with SARGENT'S MJNRAL MEAL SARGENT -—— FEED Fenton Farm Bureau Unit Meet Aug. 27 Fenton: The Fenton township Farm Bureau met at Center schqol Tuesday night. Louis Reilley, president, presided at the' meeting. The subject for discussion was fertilizer- County Agent A. L> Brown was present and showed motion pictures concerning the subject. Lunch was served by the hostesses, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jenfe, chairmen, Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Men/, and Elsie .Dreyer. Twenty-six attended the meeting. Ejlands Move The Chris Eglands moved Friday to their home south of the Wm. DeWall home. The Eglands are parents of Mrs. DeWall. Depew Church Meeting i The L' D. R. of the Depew Lutheran church met at the home of the Albert Mitchells, Tuesday night with Anna. Marie..Mitchell as hostess, The program consisted of group singing, devotions by Marie Mitchell, a poem by Wilma Weltzin, a talk on her student nursing activities at the Fairview hospital, Minnfeapolis, by Elaine Mitchell, followed • by group singing. Refreshments were then served by the hostess. RHEUMATISM ARTHRITIS I suffered for years and am so thankful that I am free from pain and able to do my work that I will gladly answer anyone writing me for information. Mrs. Anna Pautz, P. O. Box 825, Vancouver, Wash. Pd. Adv. NUE-OVO Laboratories 42tf Seventeen girls attended the Meeting. Is Dinner Hostess Mrs. Floyd .Duncan entertained at dinner Thursday noon; Mrs. E. R. Wollz, Mrs. Cora Stow, Mrs. Fred Stow, Mrs. Wayne Mann and Mrs. Howard Salisbury, all of Burt. In the afternoon the ladies -visited Mrs. Ida Brace and the S E. Straleys- The Duncans and the Braces were neighbors of the Indies at one time in the Burt vicinity. Has Seventh Birthday Mrs. Arnold K.rause entertained Thursday .afternoon in honor of her son Kenneth's seventh birthday. Attending the party were Jackie Munch, Ronald Mortenson, John Eigler, Keith Bollinger, Harley Triggs, Gary Sumach, Larry Lau, .Jerry White, David Householder and Gary Haasc. House is .Moved Mrs. Lizzie Sholt has moved in her home north of Emil Bleckwenn's. Sunday Mrs. Shott's daughters and their husbands came to .help move the house to the location of her former home which burned several months ago. Those helping were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hoisted and Mr. and Mrs. George Thomas. Parents of Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sohiltz, of Minneapolis, are parents of a 6- pound girl born Sunday, August 25- The new girl has been named Margaret Phyllis. Mrs. Schiltz is the former Barbara Frank. )Mr. and Mrs., Emil Frank, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rabey, the latter couple of Humboldt, visited Sunday in Minneapolis with the Schiltzes. Mrs. Frankl remained for.a few days with her daughter. Gene Mansager. Darrel Underwood and Dean Lufkin attended the state fair Wednesday to Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cornelius visited Thursday evening with their son ;Lloyd and family at Graettinger. Delores, daughter of the F. F. Muellers, left Monday for Mason , ALGOrVA 16WA ' ' FOR YOU WHO.Hav.e Been Bating So Long for a New Watch FOR YOU WHO Have Been Looking Where There Has Been No Selection FOR YOU Farmers, Business Popple and Students who Need a Watch ^ <t .. 4.' 1 J-' Brand-New Shipments Just Unpacked/! 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Muellers, left Sunday for Primghar, where she will teach fourth grade in the Primghar public schools- Mr, and Mrs. Jack Seglin and daughter returned to Chicago Thursday after several days' visit in Fenton. Mrs. Seglin is the former Vivian Huskamp. Mrs. Wilmar Hantelman and sons James, Lowell and Donald returned -Thursday to Minneapolis after several days visiting the Wm. Hantelmans and other rela- 'tives. , Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson and Mr. and Mrs. Robert •Corderman, the latter couple of Armstrong, spent the past week at Spring Lake, Minn,, vacationing. Lois, Esther, and Paul Gilbertson, children of the Rev. -V. G. Gilbertsons, Cylinder, spent Tuesday and Wednesday at the Albert Mitchell and Wm. DeWall homes. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hantelman spent the weekend with Mrs. Hantelman's sister, Mrs. TilJie Walker and two daughters, Rising City, Nebr. Mrs. Walker owns a beauty shop in Rising City. , , Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Berkland are parents' of a daughter born Sunday, August 25. The girl weighed ten pounds and has been named Diana Lynn. The Berklands \ have three sons and one daughter. Mrs. Frank Eigler, Mrs. W. W. Jolley and Judy and Billy spent Tuesday 'to Friday in Des Moines attending the state fair. They went via bus and came home in Mrs. Eigler's car which had been in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Neilson and family, Portland, Ore., arrived in Fenton Tuesday for several days. The Neilsons sold their house and household goods at auction Saturday. Mrs. Neilson is the former Mildred Luedtke. Mrs. Wilbert Holldorff and daughters Polly and Arlis visited Wednesday to Saturday at the home of Mrs. Holldorf's brother, Earl Gillette, Sioux Falls. S. D. Mrs. Holldorff vacationed the past week from her duties at the Home Cafe.' , Wally Anderson is employed .at the Triggs Implement and is training under the G. I. bill- Edith, Ldage returned to- Des Moines Tuesday after spending the summer in Fenton. Miss Laage is-a teacher in vihe Des Moines schools. . \ Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Arbogast, Adrian and Yvonne, Mr- and Mrs. Roy Huskamp, Robert Huskamp, and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kirizon, the latter couple of Minneapolis, were Thursday night dinner guests at the Irvin Huskamp home, Swea City. C. H. Geronsin, Clinton, and A. L. Peterson, Armstrong, visited Thursday evening with E. C. Fauerby, who .has been ill the pas-t few weeks. Mr. Geronsin is a brother-in-law of Mr. Peterson and has been visiting in Armstrong for a few weeks- Mrs. Theo. Bleckwenn and daughters Kathryn and Irene returned Tuesday after two weeks' vacation at the homo of another daughter. Mrs. Auldon Davis, Waconda, 111. Irene Bleckwenn was discharged August 14 from Great Lakes, where she Was a nurse in the navy. 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