The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 17, 1946 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 17, 1946
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SE^T. 17, 1946. ALGONA UPPER DBS MbtNES, ALGOtfA IOWA. ad family. . Ore., ',u I spent se ' vera i their son j. E. Wilson _.~ , daughter of Mf. and Mrs, Norman Crawford, spent last weekend with her parents. She 13 a nufie' at the Lutheran hospital, School House and land in District No. 6, Whittemore Township, at 2 tOO p. m. , THURSDAY,SEBlMBffiW WHITTEMORE TOWNSHIP SCHOOL BOARD BERTHA EBERT, Sec'y. Leo Colwcll, Auctioneer Mrs. Oscai- Anderson Is «» anil around a little' since a heart attack two weeks ago. Ernest Baws pf DCS Moines, .<< Visiting his brother and wife Mr and Mrs. Harry Bates. The Bert Bald wins spcjH lasl weekend at'Chnrles City \vitl Mrs. C. E. Ninhmen v mother ol Mr. Baldwin. ~'' Mrs. Agnes .?. Carnp.ntcr canif from Minneapolis last week for several days with Mr. rind Mrs. W. L. Bilsborough. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Bunting took their daugh-lcr Frances to Cedar Palls last week to take primary school studies. 'Bill, soli of Mi-, and (Mrs. W. \\. Goddc'n went to Dos Moines lasl '"eek and frnm there look a plane for Darien, Conn., where he will teach in tho high school. ,He was graduated from the university il Town City lasl spring. r? " mm ma mm Get Young Roosters Fat I We have started ta handle Ciircil! Poultry Fattenelr, which Is a mighty good Item. Fatten up your young roosters for the government market. Cat-pill Poultry Fatten- nr is sold in Algona by FITCH FEED STORE. Milwaukee Depot Corner. i ON THE HOME STRETCH ARE THE FOLKS WHO WILL BUY THE GOOD HOME PROPERTY OF IviRS.DpRA WEBER URCH AT 319 E. CALL STREET, IN ALGONA — - , - . . , ... . — — - =— — - ; , " . We have had some good offers on this house with its so-convenient location on 1% lots, good garage, garden spot and modern equipment, including oil furnace, insulation for comfprt, both summer and winter; and enough room, both in 1st and 2nd stories, so that it could readily be adapted for a "duplex". {JJJITABLE FOR EITHER A "HOME" OR A REVENUE PRODUCER. AND A .PROPERTY AT THIS CLOSE-IN LOCATION^ IS CERTAIN TO <BE 'ENHANCED IN VALUE; whether for home uses or a future business sjte. •-...- SURE; we're in duty bound to ge{ the best possible offer for this choice property; but "Time 'marches on" amf THE HOUSE MUST; BE* , SOLD, AND SOON. -Probably another week will determine WHO- GETS IT? :" -, , SO, IF YOU'RE INTERESTED, LET US SHOW YOU THIS HOME PLACE, WITHOUT DE^AY, . At your service, call > Office Tel. No, 205 or Residence No. 832- J, and arrange for inspection: H. P. ^HUTCHINS, Realtor, 110 So. Dodge St., in Algona. GROCERS*™* there is no bread like Colonial >Y IT-TRY IT-COMPARE Mr. aiid Mrs. ,T. B. Asa and Ml*, md Mrs. P.ercy Brink returned re- :eritly from a 'Week of fishing lli northern (Minnesota. Mrs. J. W. Tatham. of JAltif Rock, Ark., 5s making an exteftded visit with Mrs. George Banschoter. The women were school friends. Dr. and Mrs. D. E. Bailsman and Mrs Ethel Heater of Fan •odpe, and Mrs. ,1. H. Breckbill, were recent guests of Dr. and Mrs. f. O. F. Price. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Muck.ey re- turneW from Elk River, Minn.; .vherfe they spent a week with the tatter's father Edward Killiart, nc'aring his 88lh year. ' .IciTy Lee. son of Mf. and Mrs. ^liet Cook, left Thursday for Iowa City for treatments at the orthopedic hospital. He is much im- nroved, but has to receive periodic further treatment. Mrs. Arlo Adams, who had tyecti visiting Mrs. H. W. Pletch, went home to Dos Moines inst week. Dr. Adams and the son Bob were meanwhile on a fishing trip to northern Minnesota. Mrs.' Cora Smith of Fort Dodge and Mrs. C. H. Hanson and daughter Audrey of -Bode, visited Mr. and Mrs. Otto Knudson one day last we'ek. Mrs. Hanson is a daughter of the Knudsons. Mrs. Emma Hosscltpn, son William and his father of Eagle Grone, •with the Kenneth Brandows, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. ! R. Clawson at a family gathering celebrating the 82nd birthday of Mrs. Hosseiton and the 18th birthday of Lois Clawson. Mrs. Hossei- ton is mother of Mrs. Clawson.'' Mrs. F. J. Biggins, who lives at her spn-in-law M. B. Cain's, has been confined to her bed three weeks with a heart ailment. Her daughter Mrs. James Harris came recently from Los Angeles and will be here indefinitely. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cutler, Algona'. and the letter's sister and husband Mr. and Mrs. Walter Con_ nor of Sioux Rapids, went to Ally last Monday where they visited Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Wilson, parents of the women. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Darling of Torrence, Calif., returned Friday from Minneapolis where they had visited relatives, and will remain a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Otto Knudson whom they had been with a short time prior to going to Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Haak and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kirsch of Milwaukee have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Malueg and Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Theil the past week. Mrs. Haak and Mr. Kirsch are niece and nephew of Mrs Maljaeg and Mr. Thiele. Recent guests of Mrs. Augusta Lavrenz and her daughter Elda, were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hejse and. Carl and Sharon, of Easton, Minn. Mr. Heise is a brother of ' Mrs., Lavrenz.-In the evening they were joined for dinner 'by Mr- and .Mrs. Jphn D'utton and sens—Jaelt''and- Jerry. , \ •-*•'" „; Mrs. Harold Roth recently returned ifrom a ten day visit with her sister and husband Mr. and Mrs. William Potter at Norfolk. Neb. The Potter daughter Joan came with Mrs. Roth to., attend school here. During Mrs. Roth's Rb?ence her -little daughters Marian and Katherine, were with Mr. and Mrs. William -Kemna, at Rolfe.. l\£rs> Kehiria is a sister of Mrs. Roth. dtner/caSt Qutr// o. HtiUMAN MivnHO ca «j FARM MACHINERY ! PHONE • OR BRING m YOUR WOBK NORMAH REPAIR SHOP 1A SPECIALTY AU WORK GUARANTEED »M¥fl/>M'>i*rf|^»ri^i» I Notice of Price Chang / THE HIGHER PRICE NOW BEING PAID THE PRODUCERS FOR A POUND OF BUTTERF AT MAKES IT NECESSARY TO INCREASE THE PRICE OF MILK AS FOLLOWS: PRICES EFFECTIVES MONDAY, SEPT. 16 Wholesale Retail 1 Quart Milk .' ., He 13p % Pint Milk 3£c 1 Quart Cream 44c 52c 1 Pint Cream. .... 22c 26c | Pin* Cream '.. lie 13e \ Farmers Get That Extra Squirt in Sept. FEED ON FURLOUGH* For More Milk .... A Vacation With Hay Smart talk? Not a bit. Cows need a vacation to prepare for the nex{ production job. And it needs to be a well fed vacation ... 6 to 8 weeks long. Good roughage and spmrgrain will make strong calves and keep the cows in good condition at freshening time. It's a rebuilding process. / i The eojt of the feed will be more than repaid in more milk and 'fnif er raiJJ* an4 cream checks. Take care of the dry feow, — » ia * Co-Operative Creamery Co. ; ;<v PHONE 400 .»

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