The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 1, 1946 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 1, 1946
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t f ; :U JPtmSSAY, OCT. 1.-1946 -I ^ •' 't Spotted Poland China Sale Fi-idfty,06t, 11-^7 $30 P,M, 42 - BOARS•- 42 At Goodehiid farm located 4 miles east and 1J4 miles north of Mallard, Iowa. ; Our superior ike herd of Spotted Poland China Boars. The lasUlmc we can offer pits sired- ift ^MJra6Ie» and ' S0n ic dandles by "Broadway". Voii'll never bay them better. We haV6 the thick, prowthy, heavy bdned, s6t out oh the corners, and hams that am. Style and color. This | s by far the great* est offering; that \ve have ever hid ready for your consideration. FRED F. GOODCHIUD & SONS MALLARD, IOWA RETE MASONRY FOR FARM CONSTRUCTION THAT C/MT7" WAIT Tell us tfhat you want to build and we'll give you a free estimate. Prompt Deliveries _ALGONA v tfPPEft DBS MblNES, ALGONA, IOWA J. I. Merry man & Sons it n West side of Fairgrounds Phone 396-W SHOWER HONORS RECENT BRIDE AT LONE ROCK Lono Rock: A miscellaneous shower was held Wednesday evening in the Lone Rock church basement in honor of Mrs. Ronald Christensofi, nee,. Margaret Gladstone, There were about 155 in attendance. Several games wefe played with Mrs. Glair Bollinger, Mrs. Eldon Marlow, and Mrs. Ronald Christenson Winning the prizes. The gifts were opened by Mrs. Christenson, assisted by her sister, Mrs. Henry Montgomery. A lunch was served by .the hostesses: Mrs. Chas, Morris, Mrs. P. M. Christenson, Mrs. Frank Dacken, Mrs. W. C. Heiter, Mrs. H. A. Blanchard, Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, Mrs. Fred Genrich, Mrs. Alex Krueger, Mrs. A. E. Jorgenson, Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Mrs. Harry Montgomery, Mrs. Wm, Schrader, Mrs. Eric Seegebarth, Mrs. L. V. Johnson, Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. WI J. Cotton, Mrs. E. M. Jensen, Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough, Mrs. Art Priebe, Mrs. W. G. Flaig. Picnic for S. S. Class Mrs. A. A. Krueger entertained her Sunday school, class with a picnic at the rock, which Lone Rock was named after, Thursday, after school. Dennis Priebe, Max Flaig, Dick Jensen, Dean C'ulbertson, Charles, Johnson, Leon Marlow and Janet Krueger and Kermit, Krueger w.ere the guests. ' , •'': '. Honor Mrs. Jorgenson Mrs. Edw. Blanohard topk Mrs A. E. J6rgenS6n,j'sMi i sY L. A. Newbrough, Mrs. Eldon Marlow and stopped, at' Erhrnetsburg and picket' Miss Helen:MeMahon up, to go to Ayrshire ,to visit Miss lone Lease; a former teacher here last year, in/honor of'Mrs. Jorgenson, who is leaving here. Fenlon Farm Bureau The Fenton Township Farm Bureau met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gross Tuesday evening, Sept. 24, with 30 present. The program topic was Suggesting Farm Resolutions. Mr. Hurt led the discussion. Mrs. Henry Schroeder, P. M. Christenson, Ed Schlei were appointed on the resolutions committee. J. T. Zook from California, father-in- law of Louis Reily, gave an interesting talk about the way they conducted their Farm Bureau meetings in California. Mr. Brown showed some colored slide pictures taken up north, some of West Bend at the Grotto, and some at the cpunty fair, /< NOW,.. Standard's great new motor oil... 'There's always more go to your car when you remove the w goo"—those engine deposits of sludge; varnish, carbon, and soot that stick rings and hamper valve action, There's better lubrication, too—better protection, ,. jpjjejpbving the "goo" is the latest Idia^m motor oils, It's the Perraalujbe i(jea, Yes, Fermalube, Standard's great new motor oil,,does more than thor* o^ghly lubricate—|^ cleans your'engine aid keeps, it clean, That's premium* . , When you, wash your hsn4s, the basin water gets dirty- But your hands get clean! Satne way when you use PermaJube , Motor Oil, The oil gets dirty. But the engine gete (lean. The dirt |Q carried «tf of the e.ngjne when you drain out 4, I* n All f 1 ^ 1 *S * * * eto DUTCH'S l»uiijS ,>T«-~~ "'»T;f^r" *«* . ,'« *~" t~; f "f? " SUPER-SERVICE • .T' , ~.. l w "*sr/«»;' s "•>•« d- V\'. 4A VX?' and Centennial day at Algona, arid the Four-H club toiir at Lone Rock., The hieeting closed With a nice lunch which was served by: Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Newbrough, chairman; ( Mr. arid Mrs. Dale Lockwood, 'Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Jorgenson, Mrs. Ralph Hurlburt, Mrs. Alice Bierle. Guests at the meeting were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Schenck and Gary of Hurt, Mr, and Mrs. Ever- •elt Hanna, Mrs. Harold Holmgren and her mother, Mrs. Mary Hemerson, and Miss Cora Han- Seh. , •t ' Russell Jensens Have Son Mr/ and Mrs. Russell Jensen are the proud parents of a fine baby boy born Thursday morning and weighing 7 Ibs. 5 oz., at the Kossuth hospital at Algon?. They named him Craig Jackmann and he is their first child. Mrs. Ada Whitehill went to Bancroft to visits' Mrs. Bess Conneley fpr a few days. ; Roger Jensen has a bad infection in his hand which has had to be Idnced by a doctor. Emil Kraft "attended the Tank Dealer's dinner and meeting at George's Cafe at Algona Thursday evening. • Mrs. M. E. Blanchard spent Monday visiting at the home of Mr. and- Mrs. Will Blanchard at Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. G. Rike of Bandon, Ore., were Wednesday afternoon callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Person. i Mr. and Mrs. Martin Peterson of Armstrong spent Tuesday afternoon visiting their daughter, Mrs. Delmar Fischer and, family. . Harold Nelson, Mrs. I. W. Nelson, Mrs. Donald Nelson,! rMrs. Marinus Nielsen and Mrs. Emil Person were Friday shoppers! *at Fairmont, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Nymdn ant her ^mother Mrs. McFadden o Algo'na were Tuesday evening callers at the .home of Mr. ahc Mrs. John Behrends. !$|ll i]' 1 . Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Acker son, and Mr. and Mrs. Marvyn Ackerson of Wesley spen Wednesday evening visiting Mr and Mrs. George Long. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Jensen me their daughter and family, Mr and Mrs. E. A. Wald and daugh ter of San Francisco, Calif., a the Mason City air port Thurs : day. They have come for a visi here. John Nyman and S. B. Robert son, the latter of Tacoma, Wash, left Thurday for Cedar Rapids on, business. They will also ;bfin| Mavis Nyman, nurse at^Iowa City, and his daughter h'qrne for a month's visit, i Lester Schultz, A. Mr. arid Mrs. .C. F. i James Jorgenson, A.-S.",* sWn.. df Mr. and Mrs:- A. E. Jergefoon left Thursday morning'.. Diego, Calif., after their boot leaves here."? Mrs. Evelyn Earing, Alton and Bernard Pettit left Thursday morning for Van: NuygL Calif., Where they will visit thBir sister Mrl Howard <:McChe'B)flky and family arid also will vj sister Mrs. Dale Earing; Wand in California. ' ( -,, • Mrs. H. A. Blanchard! entef— tained the following at aj Sunday school party, Thursday Jl af Jer school: Kermit Krueger, fpaviq Johnson, Donald Bates,. Pettit, .Wanda Schrader, Darlene Long, Carol Householder, Jerry Jensen, and 'Mrs. Woodrow' Pettit, Bernard and Gail. They were entertained by a wiener roast. Mrs. Joe Stenberg and Francis, Marjorie CalhoUn and Richard of Elmore, Minn., spent Monday and Tuesday visiting at the •home of Mrs. Slenberg's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Schultz. Monday evening visitors there Were: Mrs. Joe Stonborg and Francis, Marjorie Calhoun and Richard, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Janet and Kermit, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Schultz and Gary, Rev. and Mrs. L. Kingma and Paul. WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS! Bode Team Wins Bode: Bode has an 11-man football team this vear and the first game of the season was played at Lake Park Friday afternoon, September 20, resulting in the scora of 26-0 in favor of the Bode team. A^"^ SPECIAL DOUBLe*fiUf V NOSE DROPS -PAGE THREE LuVerne Boy Hurt Bode: While driving a tractor on his farm 15-year-old Howard Thompson of Lu Verne received a broken arm and was sent here for medical treatment. ALGONA AUCTION SALE CO. Every Seat Was Full 1; Last Friday ; . , r . * ' - •' .,' , " ' i' ' Mighty! good crowd at last (Friday's sale. They caijie early, and we got started on' the dot of 1 6'clock.. ||*; '' A biff group of white-face heifers sold for $1.6,25 a, hundred. White-face steers at 917,65, Roan heifers sold for $15.30 a hundred. Fat cows went up to $14.50 a hundred. Feeder cattle sold from $11 to $15 and more a hundred. Club calves went to around $20,00. Some fat lambs were sold at 18c Ib, Come in Friday for the next sale, Next Sale Next Friday, Oct. 4 J;QQ P, M, Attend Qur Sales If You Are looking for I STOCKERSand FEEDERS , BRING IN VOUR WVJSSTOCK AW* H. E. YUHGEBEH6 AND SON YWlfiSfrf *i ^4» (Ju * * ' r 'T.> J J* t 3 "* ' t" 1 6 H v ? . t - t -*^jj*- ,j „ •> rt jf fliSfes^&^ki/,lB^^lL.i'i^i^l&i%i^t^^ G. l.'s ATTENTION:! I think this is what you have been looking for. A fast growing Old Line Life Insurance Co. wants a man, who must be 25 years old, married, have a car and willing lo learn. We teach you all the principals of the selling in the field, pay you a good salary while you learn, also keep a successful field man wllh you all the lime you need one, so you can'i fail. So write us all about yourself if you mean business,- give two references, who have known you ihe past ten years. Write G/OJ this paper. 52-55 4fo$* #*/<& Start/ When a head cold strikes, put a little So keep Va-tro-nol handy- Va-tro-nol in each nostril. It's a specialized medication that— sneezy.snlffly, stuffy distress of head colds. Makes breathing easier. V Helps Prevent many colds from w 1». _____ developing If used . at the first warning sniffle or sneeze. , . .. _______ handy— and use it the instant it is need* ed. Follow directions in the package. VATRONOL B.F. GOODRICH SILVERTOWN OUTWEARS PREWAR TIRES Shipments of the new B.F.Good- rich Silvertown are arriving regularly, and we may have your size. But there's more demand for some tire brands than others, and the big extra demand is for Silvertown, the tire that outwears prttuar tires — even at high speeds. , There's a reason! The new tread design is wider, flatter and puts Coo he bought on Small Dow* more rubber on the road. More arid stronger cords support this trcid —give it extra resistance to bruising and blow-outs. Please check your needs well io advance. Talk to us. We'll do our best to keep your car rolling', until we can get new tires for you. Payment and Convenient Term PloiT.. E.OHC- 0. K. RUBBER WELDERS Lester DeBolt 118 N. Thorington Phone 308 B.FGoodrich Tl RE S _.. 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