The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 22, 1946 · Page 7
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, Ofitt 22, m PLANS IAZAAR AT BODE |B6de: Friday evening, Oct. 25, ere will be a bazaar held In the ftsement of St. Olaf Lutheran Uirfth, sponsored by the Ladies .id* A- lunch will be served- during ijje evening. Mrs. Burton Rood 1 find , Maurice Larson are co*chair- assisted toy a corps of workers bffl tho Aid. . • . Club Hostess— MS. E. ,M. Ellingson ehtei-talnM If bridge club Thursday evening 3 tables M contract bridge; hosts present were .Mrs. Art Jen* fi, Mrs, Keith Nasby and <Mar•ret Taylor of Clarion. Prizes int to iMrs. Max Shelton for high •ore. Mrs. Floyd Torgerson second |gh and iMrs. Sidney Holland relived the traveling prize. The )stess served refreshments fol- ving the 'Mr. and .Mrs. ft. B. Carlson spent fSunday with friends in Fairmont, * 4 'Mr. and >MhSi EUgenfi' have i<6turtt£d from ft Week'd Visit with h« p8f6nt9 in A'm63. Miss Afar^are't fSylbr <haS MS* turned 16- KB? Kpme'ln Clarion after a visit af-the'J. W. Sohfli? Mr. and. iTOs, Sofmti'n st'rom and daugm&r" iJofiiVa of Molh'es Wete ^e'cent Vlsltdfs ait the Lei! La'r'gofi -HdWfts.- .•,.-'"." •'.. iMV. and .ivirs. Starry N"eal of Sfin* neapolis who stopped here to visit relatives, eftroute for Arizona", left for there-la'sfe week.', •• • ,, .Miss Adele>Herrort> of fioibfado Springs, dolo*). jjpeHt> fr few days fflst week vlsltlflf Mrtha Laft&tt at the home of hef.ntothei 1 Mi*s. Lars' Larsbriv - ; v . ' '•' , TWO daughters Of the -fohrt- Fed* ersdns are spending', a fevfr weeks at the parental hom'e, Mrs; I. Suby of Whitewater, Wis.,.and Mrs, Emma Reveness of Wpdbum. Ore. Mr. nnd Mrs. John fiinrlcfr ao companied- by p . their ty^iti nieces Dorothy and Dora Vari Driest of Billings, ,Mpnt., wer6 fecfiht gUests at the hom'e of Mi*, and MrSi P\ O, Esmay. '•.''. •; ' ' : Little Gary Larson Was" gUeSt of honor at;a dinner at'the'Dr. f, M. Rossing hom6 Friday eVenhlg',. October 11. It was-Gary's 5th 'birth- 6uests •present were his pa- Mr. and Mrs. Leif Larson and' 'D'f. an'd Mrs. f. M. R'ossfng. Rdcerttly Dedicated St •'JbhW* Lutheran church at torWith' was dedicated Oct. fl'. The' new structure was dedicated witH over 170' pi&fstfris' i'n atfen'd- ahce. ReV. P'atil C. Lutz, pteto¥ of the Renwick, afld Oorwith chufriftes, assisted by Rev. Roy" Hotrck, forftier" pastoi'; officiated. Se.fY.ices' haV£ been l>eld iii t'Re Chtifcn since East'er, alth'ou'gn the buildirig' had rtot' been" completed- • Lotker Pltfnt Election Whittembre: In a meeting held last week Tuesday by the stockholders of thfe Whittemore. locker plant, two 1 - directors were elected. C. W. Elbert was re-eleeted, and Walter Vaudt Was elected in his father August Vaudt's Sr. place. A lumh- was Served following the business meeting. Wi*e Buyers CKoofe The the Famous "Silver PONTIAC PARTS - SALES - See us for Pontiac auto repair work. We have the personnel and-equipment to care for your car and a good supply of genuine Pontiac parts. ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Phone r>2 Waif aW ftfili Wall Sfate ffifd Jones ^^^< Raise Better Crops with Better Farm Machines Farm Wagon Trailers •-• ••*",•. With timken bearings, auto stecsring and new 6.50x16 cSar' «l '"' ' ' ' Tokheim Tractor Cabs For H and M Rebuilt Motors U T Trwieks, New tfocfc Assemblies, HarroWs , with rawbar -." ' T <j£m± JBk nt Co. Phone 5g , . ti'K > 'r <? ? " ' n aJe. J „ t ,#* Hi, I , * .. ALCftfM* BURT SCHOOL TO GIVE 2 OPERETTAS Burt: Tjie Burt high school Glefe Club and Mixed Chorus -ire 'presenting' two one-act Operettas October 31 and November 1 at '8:15' p. m. in the sdiobl auditorium 1 . "Trial By Jury' by Gilbert and Sullivan which is an operetta for .mixed voices, is accompanied by Martene ;t>remniel. The theme of courts wifh a hilarious portrayal the operetta is a satire of British of a suit for breach of promise. The principals are: Duane Habeger, Lugenia Reidel, Mary Greise, Beverly fiitsworth, Junior Rachut, and Harold Reimers. There are also three choruses, a chorus of Bridesmaids, Gentle- mert of the Jury, and Public. "Romance of Cashmir, by Grace Clark DeGraff is an operetta presented by an entire girl cast and is accompanied toy Shirley Lockwood. This is a typical love story with a setting in India. Besides beautiful choruses, the operetta presents several fascinating dances. Admission will be 20C for the students and 50c for adults, School News The Senior class rings came the first part of the week. The Seniors also ordered their announcements. The Juniors selected their class rings and expect to receive them in the spring. The entire faculty went to the meeting in Algona Wednesday night where they heard Doctor Moyle, representative from the legislative division of the Iowa State Education 'association, who spoke on the Blue Print Program. The baseball boys played a game with Titonka here Friday afternoon, winning by a score of 1 to 0. The results of the two sames played on Tuesday and Wednesday at Lone Rock and Swea City were: Burt 6, Lone Rock, 4, Swea City 3, Burt 1. , ALGONA, __ Applicants For Pbital Job Here Miss Rena B. Smith, director, Eighth U. S. Civil Service Rc- giori, announced today that applications are now being accepted for prqbatiohal appointment to substitute clerk and substitute Carrier positions in the postoffice at Algona, Iowa. The basic rate of/bay is $1.04 per hour. 'Applicants must be citizens of 01? owe allegiance to the United States. The age limits are 18 to 50; except for veterans and per- sdns in the Federal Service who ate War Service Indefinite em- plOyecs. In order to qualify applicants must pass a written tost, which requires about three hours time. Interested persons should ask for , further information and obtain proper application forms from the secretary, Board of U. S. Civil Service Examiners, Post Office B'uijding, Algona, Iowa, or from the Eighth U. S. Civil Service Regional Office, Post Office and Custom-house Building, Saint Pa'ul 1, Minnesota. Applications must be received in the Eighth U. S. Civil Service Regional Office not later than the close of business on October 29, 1940, in order to be admitted to the examination, Johrt' Laffiuth Visits Union; John LamuWi of Fort Dodge spent the weekend with his daughter Mrs. Louis Bode of Union and his brother Matt.of Algona. He accompanied his brother to Algona last Friday, All Veterans Invited! STAG NITE Veterans of Foreign Wars Clubroom* hi Algona Wednesday, Oct. 8 P. M. Hollywood Folks Visited At Burt Burt: Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Zigrang of- Hollywood, Calif, came the first of last week'for a visit with Mrs. Zigrang's aunt Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson. The Zig- rangs formerly lived in Bancroft. •Mrs. J..H. Graham received word from her son Harold, who has been employed by a Des Moines Auto Co. for many years, that he has bought a farm near Clarinda and he and his family- were moving there immediately.. The Friendly Four club enter r tained the husbands at a party, at the Walter Gampney home , lagt week. Monday. The Crazy Eight Birthday club had a party to celebrate Mrs. .Anna I^eimers birthday at her home Friday evening,. y*', • Mrs. C: E. Sigsbee took Mrs. Lillian Sheldon's place at,,'the. Burt hospital several' days: last week while she was attending the Rebekah assembly in Mason City.. WITH. .'. ..':MILES AHEAD IOWA WILL B£* MILES AHEAD VOTE NOV. 5 20 good bred solio* mouth ewes. 2 good bucks, e*tfa goody 2 & 3 yrs. oW. 63 head of feeding lambs. 6 head of good cows, 4 close up springers. 1 Shorthorn bull, wt. 800. 4 head white face burfs, small arid large. Work horses and ponies, good ages, 25 head to select front. 1 corn elevator, 3« ft., $50.00. 2 shotguns, 12 gauge. 1 wagon. H. M. COLWELL Phone 445 ALGONA SALE CO. MffUsfor the Sale Next Friday ... Partners- are coming- in to these Friday sales. It's a good opportunity If you are looking: for feeder or stocker cattle, At last Friday's le there was a good crowd 1 ; Feeder calves sold for $16.30 a hundred. Fat cattle went to $16.65. White face feeders at $15.80 a hundred. Ewes sold at $15,25 cwt. and lambs brought $20.10 cwt. _ Be with us next Friday. — • Sale starts promptly at }:00 • P. M. and we are through at a good hour. Next Sale Next Friday, Oct. 25 Whole Milk Now Being Paid On Butterfat Basis H . Effective September 16, following * special meeting of the Board of Directors of $16 Algona Coop. GreaTrne*y Co., whole milk used for manufacturing is being paid for on a butter fat basis as follows: '» ' .' September 15-30 WHOLEMILK BUTTERFAT $I,I2f M SWEET CREAM BUTTERFAT .9&s Ifr. FIRST GRADE BUTTERFAT ^ F. O, B. Algona Attend Our Sales If You Are Looking for STOCKERSand FEEDERS BRING IN YOUR VESTOC RECEIVE YUNGEBERG WHOLEMILK BUTTERFAT- . SWEET GRADE BOTtERFAT FIRST GRADE BUTTERFAT. F,O,B, Algona Algona Co-op , - «

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