The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 19, 1946 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 19, 1946
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, NOV; 10, AT METHODIST lEETING, LEDYAR0 Lodyard: Oh Thursday after- Don Mrs.' Charles Bashffrs wal Bslcss to tho Methodist Wdm- |'s society s with about 60 mem- Irs and friends in attendance. Irs. Elvin Carpenter led devo- Bis. Reports of the Estheryille wention Were given by Mi-s. _•; Looft and Mrs. Mayer. A' de« gibus lunch was served. JtEAD THE WANT ADS , ALGONA UPPER DBS MffiNES, AtOONA IOWA. Fidelia .Skew, deputy county superintendent, attended the state teaching 'convention'last week at Des Affljnesuand ^9S re*electert presi'deV|(f'6f',(he deludes branch of. th0tdjMRte/ation^r£anlz«t last Lola tfowaljte, Wall take, teacher .at Bryaftt/grade Slfc here, was called hdttie iast.w.eek by news of the deHftHi-irom a hieart attack, of a n&pHe,W (Who wai attending college. Mijsr'itowaike returned to Algona' Sunday, jpijflne , her ab« Behoe /Mrs. D. E, DeweFwns substitute.'" :» - s. .•••',... .,': HIDES and FURS Top Market Prices Paid for Hides and Furs JOE GREENBERG *',',Phone 118," f Mrs. O. H. Graham To Head Burt Red Cross Hurt: The annual meeting of the Hurt unit of the American Red Cross was theld at the F. L Pratt home Thursday 'evening The following officers were elected: Mrs. O. H. Graham chairman; Mrs. John. Scott, vice chairman; Mrs. F. L. Pratt, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. R, W. Rash, production chairman; Mrs. H. E. Rnchul, first aid chairman; Mrs. J. G. McDonald, home nursing chairman; and Lurena Wessel and Mrs. G. J. T?. Vogel, home service chairmen. At Lakofa Tea The following members of the Lutheran Aid society attended a tea at the home of Mrs. Art Tletz near Lakota Wednesday afternoon: the Mesdamcs R. A. Bleich, Emil Eimers, George Koestler, Sr., Ferdinand Reith, Henry Wiener, Floyd Koepko, E. C. Bierstedt, Ray Biersledt, R. G, Willret, Wilfred Radig, L. H. Riedel, Herman Bussie, Win. Madsen, Mrs. Art Bierstedt, Lakota* was also a guest. Bazaar Clears $332 A large crowd attended the bazaar and dinner at the Methodist church Wednesday evening. The society cleared $332.40, but- several sums were still to be collected. ores ALGONA, IQW4 BLUE DENIM '• 8-Otmce • Sanforized \ > 10 YARD LIMIT YARD seas • Sanforized • Standard with MAIL 01 OERS WELCOME • j \ * * * ** * • For o«r N out or town customers ^e f are reserving a large portion of these items awaiting your </>rders, |t'wanH last long so mail your orders at once. . f :<''<,< tFov vour convenience just fill in the blank below and mail to us, fAME IADDRESS M Air; us Yard Total i'Hi&M 89e ***** Find •^:V":-? Visitors From Canada Mr, and Mrs. George Dau 'of Three Hills, Alberta, Canada, visited from Tuesday to Friday at the Mrs. George Koestler Sr. home Wednesday evening. Mrs. Koestler and her guests and Mrs. BcrMin Koestler visited at tihe Clifford Krantz home in Titonka. and Thursday evening the Dnus and Mrs. Kocstlor were supper guests at the Jim Christensen 'home. They also called on other relatives. From .here they went to Rochester, Minn,, where they were to go through the clini", and where Mr. Dau was to undergo an operation. Presbyterian Circles The Circles of the Presbyterian Women's- Council will meet Wednesday, November 20, as follows: Circle A with Mrs. R. F. Elvidge and Mrs. Ralph Dugan; Circle B, with Mrs. W. W. Boettcher and Mrs. Gordon Giddings; Circle C with Mrs. H. O. Buell and Mrs. Paul Olson; Circle D with Mrs. Nels J. Nelson and Mrs. Martin Becker. Mary Officer was confined to her home by illness most of last week. The T. N. T.'club met Friday evening to celebrate Mrs. J. L. Miller's birthday. The W.,S. C. S.'Mission Study class will meet Wednesday, November 20, at the home of Mrs. Clifford Holding. The Lutheran Walther League met in the church basement Thursday evening with Emil J| and Paul Hasse as hosts. Doctor and Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle took Doctor Clapsaddle's father, D. D. Clapsaddle, to Excelsior Springs, Mo., Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sabin and Alvin Jacobs, Kanawha, were last Monday supper guesls at the Mrs. Isabel "Steward home. • . • The Sewing Circle mst Friday afternoon at , Mrs. Fred Howard's. The birthdays of Mrs. Howard and • Mrs. John Scott were celebrated. Mrs. George Manus, Mrs. H. W. Manus, Mrs. Glenn Hutzell and daughter Betty and Mrs. Gillespie, Algona, were Fairmont visitors Thursday. : The J. C. Geesmans moved the last of the week into their new home in the south part of town. Mr. Geesman and .sons built the house the-past summer. Miss Florence Truxell of Des Moines spent Tuesday nightf.?at the.Lurena Wessel 'home. Miss Truxell is with the State Department of Social Welfare. Mrs. Del Fitch of Lebanon; M*b., visited Burt friends and relatives several days last week. The Harry Sankeys recently bought the house in which they ore living from Joe Zanke. Mrs. Leonard Schmidt and daughter Pnula visited last "Wednesday at the home of Mra. Schmidt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Piiul Moore. Mrs. Moore accom- pianied ('hem home for a few days visit. • Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Thompson spent from last. Saturday to Monday at fche home of Mrs. Thompson's brother Earl Dixon at Dysart and Mr. Thompson's sister, Mrs. Earl Girton, at Marshalltown. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott went to Fenton Wednesday afternoon to see Mrs. Hawcott's gi-nnd niece, LnVonne Madden, who left the ilex* day for Europe, whore she will again be in Hed Cross work. Mrs. Belle Reynolds returned Tuesday from Coon Rapids, where, she had spent several weeks at the home of her daughter Mrs. Lester Potter. Mrs. Potter accompanied her home, but returned to Coon Rapids the next day. Mrs. Petra Larson, the Harvey Larsons, and Franz Teeters spent Tuesday evening at the Edmund Larson home helping Mr. Larson celebrate his birthday. The same group and William Larson, Titonka, were at the Franz Teeter ihome a week ago Friday evening helping Mrs. Teeter celebrate her birthday. PLANA$5Q,000 CHURCH, TITONKA Titonka: The Titonka Methodists arc planning on building a new $50,000 church. 'Part of the money has been raised anc worship meetings are being held to discuss location, size, type and plans. There is much loca! interest in., the project. PAGE SEVEN! • These cooked to a turn by the wives and reinforced by pies (also by the wives) a bushel of inashed potatoes cooked by Howard Fr'ench, gallon of coffee and a few other tidbits, meant that not one of the large crowd went home hungry. / Vl«5t a* Iowa City Mr. and Mrs. H. A. French spent last weekend at Iowa City visiting their daughter Jean.who is a student at the university. Hostess Woman's club Hostess to Woman's Club Mrs. Mary Ball was hostess to DANCE Legion Ballroom BANCROFT Friday, Nov. 22 JOHN PAUL JONES rimf Smooth Sailing Band with "Oceans of Music." Regular Admission Tuesday, Nov. 26 SCANDINAVIANS thfi Woman's club last Thursday afternoon. Roll call was answered by naming an Iowa author or educator. The lesson on "Education in Iowa" was led by Mrs. Francis Budlong and Mrs. A. M. Petersen. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. DoWns were Mason City visitors TUBS-, day. The Junior class of the high school will present a comedy, "Shiny Nose" on Nov. 19 at the Type theater. Miss Connor is the director, assisted by Miss Guse, the music instructor. Attend Art Priebe's REMODELING SALE at Lone Rock Friday and Saturday Nov. 22 and 2$, 8:00 A. M. JELLO—ALL KINDS of Nationally Advertised Soaps and Soap Powder—Salad Dressing—And other short items. LOTS OF EVERYTHING ART PRIEBE Lone Rock, Iowa Improving Hatchery The Hamilton Hatchery is replacing two of its large incubators and doing some remodeling on their already fine modern building on Main street. Goes to New Mexico Dr. Alice Sartor left Wednesday for New Mexico. She will be gone most of the winter. In March she will open an office in Charles City. Doctor Sartor is a chiropodist. L.;ons Club Banquet ffhe Lions club enjoyed their ar|nual pheasant dinner Thurs- daV evening at the Legion hall. Ir| spite of the scarcity of pheasants the more persistent mem- bars kept • on .the job until enough were obtained to make tlfe feast possible. by. Booth Tarkington 4-Act Comedy ' A. H. S. Auditorium Friday, November 22 8:00 P.M. ''• •'• -•.:•..' ' Adults, 40c plus lOc Tax, 50c Students, 29c plus 6c Tax, 35c /m- • Reservations: H. S. Ticket Office Thursday and Friday, 8 A. M.-5 P. M. ALGONA HIGH SCHOOL Winter Sport Basketball & Wrestling _j _ \ _ ' _____ •.._-'* *•> > *JJP SIXTEEN HOME EVENTS ' Season Tickets; plus §<k Tux $3,00 $ J,§Q Single Admission: Adult, 4igfe|ilus 8« T»x 9c Champions Inline Show Ring Market Toppers On The Market A Special Offer to 4-H Boys and Girls in 1947 Shows. All owners who have fed Tanvilac to their Blue and Red Ribbon Calves in the Kossuth, Hancock, Worth,' Winnebago, Cerro Gordo, Wright, Humboldt, Palo Alto and Emmet County 4-H Shows in 1947 will have a chance to win a good 500 Ib. Montana Hereford Calf to feed and show in 1948. t The cost of Tanvilac Products is very low compared with other feeds. The 1947 calves must be started on Tanvilac Products by January 1. Keep the sales slips you get from your dealer and present them to Ralph Tice, Algona, Iowa, P. O. Box 495 at show time. If you are feeding a 4-H calf that is on Tanvilac Products, ajid will drop me a line and tell me where you live, I will service your feeding operation, Free of Charge. Dale Schroeder, Lone Rock, was the lucky winner of the calf for 1947, and was he a happy boy. You all have an eq ual chance. Other Prizes Will Be Awarded to all Blue and Red Ribbon Winners in 1947. ' I J • . ' ' ' f fZ:*£$.flM~.'. - • ' - . . . . "' - • - ' ",; • ' The Grand'CnSm'pibn'^ove'r all breeds in the 4-H Shows in 1945 and 1946 was fed Tanvilac Products and Home Grown Grains. In Open Class Winners in Hogs and Cattle there were four grand champions, three reserve champions and two junior champions that were Tanvilac fed, besides a number of first prize animals. FEED TANVIUZEP MINERALS TO YOUR HOGS AND CATTLE. There have been over 2 CARLOADS OF TANVILIZED MINERALS come into this territory since September 1. If you are a stockholder in some Farmers Elevator Co., buy your minerals there and save on cost, plus your dividend. %, TRY Tanvilac Culture in your laying mash rations for a healthy and high producing flock this winter. Most of the dealers listed below have a laying mash fortified with Tanvllac Culture Base. ' " For feeding cattle and sheep for market, use Special Tanvilac mixed with your grain and silage, plus Tanvilized Cattle and Sheep Mineral Free Choice. For hogs eating new corn, feed Tan vilized Mineral Free Choice. Our Tan- valized Minerals are a combination of minerals and vitamins. Hogs will con- sumo about I Ib. per head per week. ALL WE ASK ANY FEEDER IS TO GIVE TANVILAC IZED MINERAL A TRIAL. The following dealers have formul as to fit your needs, als are low in price, FOR SALE BY AND TANVIL- Tanvilized Miner- Algona Flour and Feed Co,, Algona, la. Hamilton Hatchery Bancroft, la, Recker Feed Mill Bancroft, la, Burt Coop, EJev, Co, Bwrt, lo, Farmers Coop. Elev. Co ...Bode, la. Farmers Coop, Elev. Co, .,.„„., .-, , Clear Lake. Iw. Cylinder Coop, Kiev. Co., Cylinder, la. Harold Oxley,,......, Corwith, la. Farmers. Coop, Elev. Co., - Elmore, Minn. Alfalfa Milling Co Dakota City, la. Farmers Elev, Co, Livermore, la> Thor Grain Co ...Thor, la. Ted Hinders Feed Mill Woden, la- Walter SJeven, Salesman, Wesley Tertiary f»h, 663, G. fo Voj*s y, West Bend,, Hobarton Coop. Elev, Co. ..:.....,!..„. ....... .:....,.. r .Hobarton, la, Farmers Coop, Elev, Co,-, .Fenton, la, Hardy Coop, Kiev, Co, ....... ...Hardy, la. Johns Feed Mill....: ........... Kanawha, x la. Swanson Hatchery ............ Klemme, la, Maurice Stevehg.- r --^ ....... Kensett, la- Garner Sales Co,, js, c, Putenbach . „.,„ T ;, vv ; r . r ,^ ! ,,..,.,.,,..^. Garner, la. Lone Rock Coop, Exc..~ tone Rock, la, A, C, Sehipsel.:.. ........... ,.„ ..... kajwti* Is, Farmers EJey» Co..- ......... ..-Ldyard, la, Gerald Frank! Frank Sanfprd Farmers Eijsv, C Manly Feed, Mill ..Jryingtany :....LuVsrne, I •t i 1 i (I I i i ii 3 jj -! 1 1 f, 4 I ' INTERESTED WHITE Ralph Tice, Distributor, Algona, Iowa IW.^ttiS*., t

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