The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 10, 1946 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 10, 1946
Page 12
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PAGE SIX .ALdONA UWttl I ALGONA AUCTION SALE CO. • • At Last Friday's Auction... —VEAL CALVES ran from $10.40 to $15.75 a hundred. —STOCK CALVES went from $14 to $18.20 a hundred. —FEEDING COWS were sold from $9.50 to $12 a hundred. —FAT COWS AND HEIFERS! from $12.50 to $15.80 a hundred. — 3 carloads of calves and about two carloads feeder cows were sold. A good run of local cattle went. In the Sheep market, fat lambs brought up to $16.50 a hundred. Next Day Sale- Next Friday, Sept. 13—1 :00 P. M. Last two day sales were well attended and there was brisk action. Come and get on a good seat Friday. Attend Our Sales If You Arc Looking for STOCKERS and FEEDERS BRING IN YOUR LIVESTOCK AND RECEIVE THE HIGH DOLLAR UIVERNE SCHOOL ENROLLMENT HITS 213; GRADES HAVE 117, HIGH 96 H. E. YUNG AND SON ! Auctioneers: Goodchild, Yungeberg and Quinn | •••••••••••••I Upper Des Monies Want Ads Bring Results. Lu Verne; The LuVerne public School, which began Monday morning, Sept. 2., has a total of 96 students enrolling v in high school. There are 27 seniors, 26 juniors, 23 sophomores, and 20 freshmen. One hundred seventeen children enrolled in the grades with 14 students in the 8th grade, 20 in the 7th grade, 15 in the 6th grade, 13 in, the 5th grade, 14 in the 4th grade, 15 in the 3rd grade, 10 in the 2nd grade, and 16 in the 1st grade. There will be no school on Wednesday, September 11, so that the teachers will be able to attor.d the Tri-rounty Teachers Institute which will be held in Algona. Presbyterian Aid Meets The Presbyterian Ladiss association met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Walter Engel with 30 women attending. Mrs. Clarence Krause was in charge of the devotional period, and Rev. A. R. Smith gave a talk. Mrs. Walter Engel, president of the association, had charge of the business meeting. Mrs. John Tiss was a guest for the afternoon. The next meeting will be held Wednesday, September 18 at the home of Mis. Otto Ramus with Mrs. Bert Ramus as the assistant hostess. Itching Skin? Stop Scratching! Here Is Quick Ease and Comfort Now that stainless, powerful, penetrating Moone's Emerald Oil is available at drug stores thousands have found helpful relief from the distressing itching and torture of rashes, eczema, poison ivy and other externally caused skin troubles. Not only«does the intense itching, burning or stinging quickly subside, but healing is more quickly promoted. Get an original bottle of Emerald Oil-Greaseless—Stainless. Money refunded, if not satisfied. „ Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sorensen spent Friday In tjes' Moines, where they purchased a new car. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Halle-well of Omaha, Neb., Were weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chapman. Those from here who attended the Clay county fair in Spencer were Mr.' and Mrs. Carl Ooetsch, Mr, and Mrs. Andrew .Nielson, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Elberts, Mr. and Mrs. William Goetsch, Arlie Goetsch, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Lichty and Mr, and Mrs. Wayne Sanford. • ' * Mrs. James Paulson and baby daughter Paulette of Britt spent a few day^ visiting at the home of her father George Merkle and with other relatives. Harold Riley 'of Waterloo spent the Labor day weekend visiting at the home of his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Art Riley and with other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wildin accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. William Ramus Jr. of Des Moines returned home recently after spending two weeks on a western trip. « Mrs. G. A. Hanna, Mrs. Geneva Hanna and her two grandsons Bruce and Phil Henna, • returned to their homes in Fairmont, after spending several days visiting at the home of Mrs. Peter Thompson. Miss Grace Lichty* returned home Friday morning after spending nearly thfee'" L months visiting at the home of,her sister Mrs. Beatrice Harrison and with other relative at Saint Agatha. Canada. . , Miss Jennie Mason returned home Monday evening after spending a week visiting at the home of her nephew and family Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Martin at La Forge, Wis. Jennie is employed in the Corner Store. : Mr. and Mrs. Vern Stone and "'••inddfiiinhter Karen Stone of Mason Cily were visitors Sunday afternoon at the home of her mother Mrs. H. ,E. Peitzke and also at the home of his brother and family Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stone. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Olson'and children of Council Bluffs and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Thompson MOtNES, ALtiOttA and Sons of Livermorrf were Visitors Sunday at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Ervln Barton, Mrs. Ol* son and Mrs. Thompson are sisters of Mi's. BartorS. Mrs. Ed. Dehnert left Wednesday for San Francisco, Calif., where she will visit her daughter Mrs. John Peters. Wr,s, Peters, the former Doris Dehnert, will join her husband,Lt. fjeters who is stationed on the Hawaiian Islands with the army,; as soon as living'quarters cjh be fou'nd. A family dinner was held Pun day at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Ira Benedict of Milwaukee, Wis., their grandson Lyle Meyer of Muscatine, Robert Chapman of Ames and Iryin Chapman, who recently rece'ived his, honorable discharge from the army. Those attending the dinner, were Mr. and Mrs. James Zwiefel of Corwith, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hagist. Mr. and Mrs. ; Irvin Chapman and Mr. and Mrs. Joe,Liehty. The J. J. club met for its first meeting of (he club year With a 1 o'clock luncheon held' at the country home of Mrs. Andrew Nielson. Following the luncheon "500" was played at three tables, Mrs. Hugh Shirk received high score and Mrs. George Tiede re- •ceived low. A short business meeting was held with Mrs. Joe Elberts, vice-presiden;t of • the club, presiding.\ The-next meeting will be on Friday afternoon, Sept. 20 at the home of Mrs. Bernard Wolf. f American Legion & Veterans of Foreign Wars * * Second Annual 2 BIG PERFORMANCES SATURDAY Sept, 1 4 NIGHT SHOW—8 P. M. SUNDAY Sept. 15 AFTERNOON—2 P. M. AT THE I Kossuth Fairgrounds--Algona DON'T FAIL TO SEE THIS SHOW! A 13-AC! PROGRAM BUCKING HORSES — BRAHMA BULL RIDING — QUADRILLE "RUB-A-DUB" the Clown "GOLDEN SUN" the Educated Horse CALF ROPING WILD COW MILKING COWBOY RACES |50 Bucking Horses and Wild Brahma Bulk Over 40 Actual Performers x Presented by the Midwest Rodeo Co. Under Auspices of the Algona V. F. W. and American Legion Posts <***/lfr***r*Jlt*i*Si*/^^ Four Corners M-D Club Meeting 3et For September 12 Four Corners: The next meeting of the Four. Corners Mothers and Daughters club will be. Sept. 12 at tho homo .rtf Mrs. Gladys Eisenbarlh with Mrs.- Euphamie Jensen assisting. A paper "Miracles Ahead" will be given by Ruth Harlan. . Mrs. Nettie Rich has been sick Inlely with an absess on her face. The C'bccss has been lanced twice. Mr. and Mrs. William Drayton left last. Saturday evening Cor a weekend visit at Wells ,Minn., an"! Brif.-elyn, Minn. ; . Mr. and Mrs. OrviMc Holdren spent Thursday, at the Spencer fair. Shirley Holdren,- spent the time with June Sab'n.' Sunday dinner and siipoer euests of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham were Lou Lowman, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Helmers and Ben Sloter. Mrs. Violet Walker, sons Merlin, Vern, and Durv/ood, and Charles Elmore returned from Minnesota on Monday of this week. Philip Baker returned with them. . Mi-. «nd Mrs. Elvvood Richter returned to the William Drayton home last Wednesday nijrht from their honeymoon in Pine City and Minenapolis, Minn. Mrs. Richter '"• '','ie former Doris Dravton. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham received word Uiat. the'r daughter •ind family Mr. and 'Mrs. Ray Green and'-baby are drivina to Algona from Reseda, Calif. They ar,e expected the first: of the week. ' Ben Sloter arriver at the Everett Witham home last Friday evening. He left Monday afternoon '•ikiny his children .Tunaden and Sonny 'with him. The children bpve been staying with the Withams. Mr. 'and Mrs. '-Herman Lindeman, Mildred Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rich and family. Mrs. Nettie Rich, and Mr. and Mrs. Georpe Rich charivaried Mr. i'H M'-^. v hvco'i fJ'rbter at the home of Mrs. Richter's parents Mr. and Mrs. W/lliam Drayton last Wednesday. Housewarming At'Fenton Fenton: A group of local ladies held a housewarming at the new Chris Egland home Friday. Those attending were • Mrs. Ben Mitchell, Mrs. Anna Osborn, Mrs. Albert Mitchell, Mrs, Morris Mitchell, and Mrs. Wm. DeWall. The ladies brought refreshments. Mrs. Egland has been .'an invalid for several years. The Eglands are "parents of Mrs. Wm. DeWall. TO BUY OR SELL: You'll go a long way before you can better the reader coverage of Algona Upper Des Moines want ads! FARM MACHINERY IIJtJStWM'Sf An Oustanding Value at Bjustrom's 24-Piece Cutlery Set ~ ^ ' • in Stainless Steel v The Ideal Tableware Set for E very-Day Family Use! ALL 24 Pieces for This i Price Here's a set for your table'that you'll \/elcome . . . SEt CONSISTS OF: . ' . • o ivnivcs it's low in price because AVC made a fortunate "buy" • 6 Porks —bul'll's fine quality stainless steel, ware that will • ^ Jc^porni"" 8 give Ion? service. The pieces 'arc in a modern dc~ sign, and in gleaming stainless steel. Select a set for family use—ami it's a nice gift idea for later; too! Lined Leatherette Storage' Box Extra A Variety of Sizes and De, Signs — You Can Paint -^> ->'...- ••..'•• 1 Then Any Color You Wish r up Most homes arc forever needing an cxtrn cTicsl — in the children's rooini or for just 'extra storage space; In this large group you can very likely find ihe one you want—completely finished except for painting or staining. Come in and sec' the selection uow. •'•-•. LOUNGES I More, of These Double-Duty Lounges Arrive at Bjustrom's There's hardly a home • that can't use a studio lounge, especially these designed and covered like real davenports; You can open them to- full double, bed : — for -extra guests, v or for .1 bed in th'e livingroom. 'By day, they have real . sofa comfort, and be. cause of their fine covers, real sofa beauty. .The selection Is 'large at Bjustrom's. 63to $ 95 Double For far less than the price of a bedroom suite an today's market —you can get a neat \valnut~finish lied and chest to match. 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