The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 8, 1946 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 8, 1946
Page 12
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a i C t I T PAGE FOUR- ^ALGONA t£l»£K 3VMGONA, lS4r HOSPITAL TALK AT FENTON P.T.A. BY SWEA OSTEOPATH Fenton: The First P. T. A. me! Tuesday night with Mrs. fcr- .m>--l Voltoler, president, presid- jni' Mrs. CUiyton . Ditsworth opened the meeting by leading 1-i.inmuml.y singing. The band, under the' direelinn of Mr. Hop|-,:v-(> n played "Star Spangled Banner," "United Nations" and '•Gallant Marines," the latter two •i,'Arches by Karl King. Anna Rae Werdirod and Jacqueline Ehr- li,-,nll presented their 4-H detn- cmslralion "Grandma's Commode Goes Modern.". Dr. W. W. Jolley then spoke on the county hospital project, soon to be sub- mitt.•<) l<> a'vote at the November election. Following a short l,ii,'i•-,,..••••, meeting lunch was scrv- (...!.' Mabel Mortonson, chairman or" i,-iVr laments. Mrs. Alvin Zu- n ,,,,..h wa : . program chairman. Mr and Mrs. Arlo Hanney and |\,r and Mr<. Kveretl Dreyer left r.-id-.iv for several days fishing in n- rtliern Minnesota. Mr a ad Mr.;. Albert Bleck- v ,'i.;i |,.|'i \\Ydnesda.v for Water- 1,,,, 'l., alb.r.d tin. 1 Dairy Cattle (-,,!,<•;>>;; and visit relatives. ;.!;• •,!! I Mrs Albert Langcr- ,,,;:u"and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert I'.i. !•!-:\venn spent the past week J, .';,,,,,, i,, nnrthern Minnesota. \V !•;. Steelier left Wednesday b r l''v (l Ismr Springs, where he v -i'll p- iid a few weeks, then to ,,,!',. i p.a-ls of the south for the Mr. and Mrs. Krwin Krause : .r,'. I'lai-iMit-; of t'neir second boy i.l,;-r i .',-t.iber 2. 1'h') young son ,. ,' ; ,,j,, ,; ninr pounds. Mr.-. K JY'e :> at the Dr. Bahnson i'. V.iia!. Hurt. ';, ni:'. llnevers, Algona, visit, ,; SUM lav with his sister, Mrs. ••b: \ U'.'isb' Mr. Boevcrs left •i ; .,,-, .lav I'm Kingman, Ariz.,,-.>'., r- i;e will spend the winter \'. f. 'a bis smi Kenneth. ' Si .iiiliiis Lutheran Aid met A-' ...:••,.... l.i;.. Mrs. Clarence Weg, I; r. p: i 'adi nt, presiding. Foli, •... ,;;•• ]'.;.• busiiv'ss meeting the ; : .':..' ' >;<;<.'<,>\\. Hostesses were \ : . !;.n ;".i)eth and Mrs. Claude :•.,-.' anil Mr::. Kay Rezac, Oma1: i ar«' .ai'iMits n't' their first eh.Id. a "M'l. Marily. weight scv- ep PMUIV.I •. Mrs. Ro/.ae is the for- IIH,- h-.-ur Herkeland. Mr: and >!:.. I'.. (..;. Herkeland left Satur,!.!•.• fur a lew days with their .l.-an -liter and family. This is t:,,. iirsl grandchild for the G. B. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Stigman .and family plan to leave the first of this week for Sinton, Texas, V, IVTC they will live because of Mrs. Slim-nun's liealth. Mrs. Mar- I. !0|)le.\- of Muskogce, Okla. eame last week and will go with the Sicilians to Texas. The Stigma ns recently sold their home to Allan BoHingcT, retaining, how over, some of the south lots. Lakota Girl Hurt In Tornado Is Now Able To Walk Again Lakota: Arlis Heetland Nurre, who was critically injured in the Mankato tornado last August is recovering from most of her injuries at the home of her parents here. She is now able to walk and ride in the car and will go to St. Joseph's hospital in Mankato this week for a checkup. LONE ROCK CLASS IN DAIRY CONGRESS Lone Rock: The Agriculture class attended Cattle Congress held at Waterloo on Tuesday, Oct. 1, 1946. It was an interesting trip from several standpoints. The class was able to attend three especially fine judging demonstrations, one on Belgian mares; Shorthorn and Jersy cows; and one in the evening performance on saddle horses. In addition to the livestock show they took in the machinery display, seeing the first self propelled two-row corn picker. One group of boys also were fortunate in being able to go through the John Deere plant at Waterloo. They learned a little about molding and found out what an assembly line was, seeing the beginning and completion of a John Deere tractor. R. J. Latson, Once Swea Cityan, Buried Swca City: Funeral services verc held Sunday, October C, at Gracttinger for R. J. Latson, and jurial was at Iowa Falls. He is survived by his wife, a daugh- cr Mrs. Inn a Robison, and one grandchild. The Latsons lived 'or several years in Swea City where he owned a drug store rind jewelry business. At Poultry Meeting Lone Rock: Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton attended an annual convention of the Iowa Poultry improvement Association at DOS Moincs Tuesday until Thursday. WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS! I WE NEED LAR WE WILL, BUY YOUR HOME- RENDERED LARD IN ANY QUANTITY. BRING IT INI Algona Baking Co. Bakers Of "Honey Krust" Bakery Products •We Have The- Seat Covers! New DcLuxe Plastic Scat Covers—They Just Hit the Market! Huron and Fabric Seat Covers to Fit Most Model Passenger Cars Heavy Duty Seat Covers in Olive Drab for Trucks. l>rivu in and let us fit your car out with new scat covers for the winter months. Hydraulic Car Jacks Electric Defroster Fans Plastic White Side-Walls Chrome Wheel Rings Genuine General Motors ANTI-RUST Anti-Freeze $1 Gallon Kossuth Motor Co. Sales Joe Harig Algona Service Don Nelson Phone 200 / X /% r m LOOK HIM 6VER-HE'S A RELATIVE OF MINE/^ Tttfc >H^S^^^ SUVtRS n M %mw» a ||8 feii 's& it COTSk SuDnmni ^ tt « 'iwii!^ t^m I'i'i!/* 11 W /"'TT» W' »<• VJKV*' -AND EVEN US WESTERN BUYERS FEEDER, <W- , C/VT A* 0 H^VE TQ HAND IT TO AI ,HQG LIKE 1 THAT/ 1 HE' BfeoD^'RT '*8.g<5 A™f^oUNPV° R A . GRAND TOTAL OF t^^SS-WHO BOUGHT HIM ••{ WHY,WESTERN BUYERS-WOULDNV,YOU KNOW/ AND THEN SOME CLASSY MINNEAPOLIS RESTAURANT 1V BOUGHT HIM 50^ TO HAVE MEAT-BUT GOLLY, THOSE ARE * GpNA BE DIAMOND-STUDDED PoRK CHOPS ALL RIGHT.^ If. '"l^u^. v\\' A ' •AND HERE'S A YWOLE LINE-UPOF -v s*"' ^»"ij*^. - . IS THAT ANY WAY FOR TO TAUK THE PICTURE ABOVE WAS TAKEN AT THE NATIONAL BARROW SHOW AND GiVfS YOU THE GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP TRUCKLOAD-BOUGHT BY^WESTERN BUYERS AT *77 A HUNDRED,AND SHiPPiD TO THi PA/V\OUS JONIS PAIRY FARM IN WISCONSIN-*- 'AM TRYING TO r 3ROW UP TO @g iA CHAMPA AND. HOdS dEf AtU WHAT'ABOUT US; f '^ WESTERN feUYERS ^ ALGONA;JJWSTOCK » m

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