The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 19, 1946 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 19, 1946
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Professional Advertisements ATTORNEYS AT f-AW W. n. QtJAUTON U. W. MILLEIt ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Sawyer Building Office Phone 427 ALGONA, TdWA HUTCHISON & HUTCHISON ATTORNEYS AT LAW A. Hutchison (If!(12-in38) Don.'ilfl C. Hutchison Theodore C. Hutchison Security Slate Bank Building Phono 2!H Algona, Iowa Gaylorcl D. Shumway Edw. D. Kelly Harold F. Fristedt rilUMVVAY, KELLY ,V- TRISTEDT ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Hutchison Bids. Phone 51! Algona, Iowa MNNAN * LYNCH ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kossuth Mul. Ins. Bldg, Algona, Town Phone 26 ATT(JPiNKY AT LAW Office in Hutchison Building Phono If'O Al.^ona. Iowa .1. I). LOU'E ATTORNEY AT LAW Rooms 212-214 First Nal'l Bk Blclg Phone 2117 AUiona, Iowa E. .1. VAN NESS Law Offices E. .1. Van Ness Delia Walter 2nd Floor New Building Iowa HAROLD .1. McNERTXEY LAWYER Office in ilutfhinson Bldg. Phone 354 AlRona. Iowa PHYSICIANS A: SURGEONS C. II. CRET7MEYER, M. D. Phone 444-H10 SURGEON f; PHYSICIAN Office in .lolin Galbraith Bldg. MFLVIN G. BO'PRNE PHYSIC'IA.\ ^ SURGEON Phone—Office 1!)7 Res. l!)i Across i'rtun F. S. Norton & Son DR. ROBERT W. LEE Physician and Surgeon Sawyer Bldg. Office Phone Res. 827 JOHN N. KENEFICK, M. D. Physician and Surseon Over .Tamos Dniir — Phone 300 Resilience Phone 326 DENTISTS A. ,F. msON. Dentist Office over James Drug Store Phono Office r,!> Residence 85f Ckgers Hosts To Seneca^ Opener* Nov. 22 Fenton: The basketb'all seasi on for the Fenton, high sdhobl team w.ill open, NovenSber 22 when Seneca will play here. Coach Vaughn had 27 'boys Wiho tried out for the team. He now has reduced ttiat\ number .to, 15. They are th£ following: Herbert Hackbarth, Harold Berkeland, Jim Hiatt, Dean Lufkin, Eugene Mansngcr, Franklin Mueller, Dick Theesfield, Vincent Votteler, Harlan Elmers, Jack Gerhardt, James Holldorf, Kenneth Johnson, Ward RUske, Ray Cornelius and Rodger Kipfer. The boys arc working hard to be in shape to win the opening game. Honored at Shower Mrs. Eugene Pendleberry (Lorraine Gramenz) was honored at a shower Tuesday evening in the Lutheran church basement. Mrs. W. W. Jolley was in charge of the program. Guests were greeted by a short recitation by Billy Jolley. Mary Georgie Newel played a piano solo. Marlenc Weisbrod sang "I Love You Truly." Polly Holldorf, Bessie .Bollinger, Doris Jean Martinson, Jerry Reimers, Marlone and, Mavnard Weisbrod sang several songs. Phyllis Faueixy assisted the bride an opening her gifts which were placed on a large table for display. Mary Georgia Newel played several piano selections and refreshments were served:by Mesdames W.W. Jolley, Art Mueller, Mary Hansen, George Jorgenson, Einar Fauerby, Rollin Watson, Sam Warner, Milton Weisbrod, Ed Weisbrod and W. Holldorf, also Mrs. Ray Tietz of Estherville and Mrs. John Kramer of Whittemore.' Herigel arid" Jtafph Tem'plefoh of De4 Moines. Mr. ah'd .Mrs. John Kerber and O.ttb Boi-chardt returned home Saturday from. Prairie du Chien, tyis"., where they spent a week taking medical treatments. . Mr., and Mrs. Jack, Hanson pf Dos Moines were Sunday Overnight guests and visited Monday at the L. M. Vmighh hbme. Mrs. Hahson is a sister of Mr. VnugHin. Mrs. Eva Zimmerman of Deg Moines came Wednesday and wijl visit until after Thanksgiving at the home of her ..son-in- law and daughter Dr. and Mrs. W., W. Jolley. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Stoeber of Chicago and C. Carlyje of Des Mbines were guests of the Ray Stoebers from Monday until Wednesday. The men enjoyed hunting. They also visited at the Oliver and Wilfred Stoeber homes. . Pvt. Jimmy Widdel and Pvt. William Finneslad left Wednesday night from Algona for Camp Stoncman, Calif. Private Finnestad was inducted in August this year. He spent his 16- day furlough with his parents, Mi;, and Mrs. Amos Finnestad. Mr. and Mrs. Lyndon Kerber and children, Mr. and Mrs. John Kevber, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Borchardt and Brian, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Borchardt, Virgil and Yvonne, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Feye and family of Whittemore were Sunday dinner guests of the the J. W. Bells in Emmetsburg. Fellowship ai Depew The Fellowship Circle of the Depew church met at the home of Mrs. Albert Mitchell Wednesday, Nov. 13. Evangelist Vas- wig gave a short talk and Mrs. Oscar Sorensen presented a reading. The remainder; of the afternoon was spent., in sewing 1'or the Lutheran Welfare. Mrs. Mitchell served refreshments to t'he member? and the following guests: Mrs. Art Juhl and Mrs. Harry Barkve of Cylinder, Mrs. Harry Tunge of Sioux Falls, S. D., Mrs. Scott DeSart, Mrs. Martin Hantelman, Mrs. Anna Os- bor.n, Mrs. Kenneth Halvorsen. Airs. Rex. Wolf, Mrs. Gerhard Hantelman, Mrs. Oscar Sorenson and Mrs. Frank Behne. \CARI. R. HOFFMAN DENTIST Office in Nov.- lloise Bldg. Phone 44 Res. Phone 11G I)K. .T. P. HF.RRIG O'CNTIST Hoow !'! ;inrl 15 TTairynrd L: Pe'or.^m Bids. Office Phonf ..I Residence 569 C. !>. SC'HAAl', Dentist 17'.'. K. Stulr (Over S. & HIOIH- f!f)I OI'TOMETHIST A. V7. A.MUN'SON Office— 'Hr,-,viiEi-cit, Bl Eyes Fxaminod n'us. 43fi MISCIXI.ANKOUS GKNFKAI. HOSPITAL 308 So. Harlan Phone 181 Dr. R. K Rk-hanlson. I). O. KC>. I'houc :;i:; Obstetric.'; Dr. Hi 1). Meyer, D. O. Res. rhonc 970 Kcctal Diseases <t Varicose Veins Vv'ALTKR L. FRIESNER Auto Fire Hail Life State Farm Jnsurance Companies 720 So. Minn. Phone 746 EMMETSRURCJ PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION Loans to Knrmors and Stockmen with a sound basis for credit. Rate 4!L.',r Part time Friday 1 to 4 Firemen's Feather Parly The Fenton firemen are buiy completing plans for their annual feather' party to be held Monday, Nov. 25 at. the high school gymnasium. Fairville. S. S. Teachers The Sunday, school teachers held their regular meeting at Fairville Thursday evening. Ten teachers and Rev. Rehder were present.. RESUME EVENING SERVICES, TWICE A MONTH, LONE ROCK Lone Rock: The Lone Rock Presbyterian church held its lirst evening service, Sunday evening, Nov. 10, with the following orogram: Scripture by Verda Bell Behrends and Rita Hurlburt, prayer by Joan Zwie- i'el. instrumental number by tlte .home & ^y with Mrs. M. O, RicMfds aS assisting hostess. ; ' :; Mfi Martjn,,p5im,;,aM, fjehnls,of tfemort stJeht fh'u'rsday attef« •The . anflital meeting Jmd • tiori of ojfitfifl. dl tWe* iR6d Cr6$9 met at the,,Jiotftg of Mfi.,,A;, £. Cotton, Thursday , Mt6rtt;otm, with arouitd tenrpfesertt. All. oft fleers . wefe" rehdmindtea except. the 6ff tee rheld by Mrs.. A. ' L. Cotton; Whiuh ,^aS" .giveft.over tb Mrs E\>£tytt i.Eafirlt. She will take, office; Ja'hiiary 1. A. n'ide , . luncheon' wtfS served to the guests'. ' . . Ladies' ; .fatlW i M*6lJng , The Lacttes! lillte society, will meet .riejH Thursday, Notf. 21 j at the ^hufoh parlors with Mrs. L. A. New'broug'h .and Mrs'. Alex Kruegor fis .Jj&s'tesses. Wie meet' ing will be 'held a half hoiir earlier, at 2:30 p. nf. N. L. Cottoh ah'd Rev. lw Kingma attended .presbytery at Fort Dodge Tuesday.- -- ...... » • L. V, Johnson attended ,a district bU'tferAaRefsV meeting at Whittemore, . recently . ».. : , Mr. and Mrs. Ha'rley Shellito of Spencer spent Tuesday visit- Leroy Nieji "Ik .Vlsitinl „. Is home, ih Illinois, MlV flhUjiiyiipi .-, JL^I and' fettf- of afternoon dr S N.,pstdn spent Fiid'ay visi,tin| at, the h'brhe of , their; daughter Mr.4, Raymond,Netsofl.v u ,-" .Mr, and Mrs. W;,J. Cb.ttoh ,at' tended a dis'tribt .HatcKery meet- in'g at the Hariford hotel sit Ma<K>n City Tuesday. , ••.-,.< Mr. and M«. Charles Payne ..of Plymouth, .Wis., spent Wedttes; ;day afternoon visiting Mr. and Mrs. W, C.^Heiter. , ., ' Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Blanchard spent Moiiday and Tuesday visiting Mi-, and Mrs. Ralph Beane and family ,6f Ayrshire. Mr. and Mrs. .Jack Qumn and family spent last Saturday vis^ iting their son and wife Mr., arid Mrs. Kyrwbpd Ouinri at. Ames. VCharlcs Zoller of Owatorma, Miriii., came Thursday, evening •f^r a, .visit, at the. home of Mr. and-Mrs. Frederick Schultz, .. Mi-, arid'Mrs. Homer McMa- hurt' and family. , Erich Seegebflrth and the;, latt6t,'S m Mrsl -Jr^iii 411111JT tUH-V.; J-"-»j:f ft**Vi. -i • --i ' T'-J foi$e pfit,«^M!4^;-.**6B-, ^R viMiffe|.:ai-int.Hb^fcAdt'Mi 1 . 1 hd Mrs. ,ld^;. H6%e.','k;,/-- wfc oA'« ***d« A v r .t^'fr^ftw 'fifi Mr. aM M?|,*iA..—, ,-._,and Gra'ce. Eth'el b'f: Arties • gf>er y ft ,1 ..ifk't'JOAJii Jiiii'iiiiJi A- iu.'ii „, , , ,. Ktr, arid Mrs; Wm'. Kfl'oll .Jfx and' Mr." atfd Mrs. Russell Jens6h*. t . .1,,.•..•', ..' Mrs. Ray Bartlett W Titonka sporit Wednesday visiting her brother and Mrs. Ralph family, Mr. and Bierstedt. JaiSice Bierstedt went home with her for a visit. (jbtt Of Off ; Public Liability saM (Covers Lflfel tiabUity o • Medical Reimbirrieftieiit tfoJfiiital arid tietiM ' fe Bamage «n ^ost is Very All in <tn> Policy, L. S. BOHANNON Phone 103 Delbert and Don Jensen, Gene Blanchard, and Joan Flaig. Sunday Supper Guesls Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell had as their Sunday supper guests .Mr. and Mrs. . Chester Skaar of Primghar, Ariel and Alice Sk lar of Des- Moines, and Donald Skaar of Fprest City. In the evening they attended the wedding 'of Mae Meling and Robert church. Place at the Depew Next was a Worship in Song, favorite songs picked out by members of the congregation. Next on the program were the announcements, hymn, offering, solo by Mrs. Milton Madison, and a message "Is Jesus Coming?" by Rev. L.- Kingma, hymn and benediction. The evening was' a very profitable and enjoyable evening spent by all that attended. These meetings will be hold every second Sunday of each month. ! frclty 'Shaser, 4'-H Ho'S'l '•>*'*<* •>'••'• The girls' 4-H club met at the, home of Betty Shaser Wcdnes- ' day, Nov. 13, with ten members ,'inrl two visitors present and Mrs. Decker their leader. T.hose nrescnl arc as follows: Lucille Decker, Betty Person, Mary Johnson, Delores Schmidt, Marvel Schmidt, Phyllis Mitchell, Shirley Mitchell. Verda Bell Behrends, Rita Hurlburt. Betty Shaser, with Patricia Quinn and Virginia Rath as visitors. Dur- ng the meeting the pirls were taught how to make winter bou- puets. The next meeting will' be at the home of Rita Hurlburt. Fenlonite is Honored The circuit meeting of the Algona circuit was held at Trinity Luthcra'n church, Algona, Wednesday, Nov. 13. Ladies of Trinity served dinner to all present. . ... William Eimers of St. John's Lutheran church was elected chairman for the day. Attending from he^e were Mr. and Mrs. William Eimers; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mueller, Herman Dreyer, Rev. and Mrs; Friedfich, Caroline and Christina and R. M. Eg- gcrling. St. John's Lutheran school p. m., National Farm Loan Ass'n Office \l: Block South of Council Oak Slore. LEGAL BLANKS, desk blotters, adding machine rolls, stamp pads. The Ah'.ona Upper Moines. 9 No. l)o.l;ie St. Des on it;: SUPPLIES C'ro\vn D.ili/r.s Guniini'Cl Labels Typewriter Cleaner Fluid Paper Clips Kubbor Bands C.irbon Paper Salosbi u)ks C'!a;;]i En\-elo)ie6 Scolch Tape Rubber Stamp Supplies Typewriter Ribbons Onion Skin Paper Bonci Paper Algona Upper Oes Moines was clo'ssd for the day. Hostess to W. S. C. S. Circle No. 2 of the W. S. C. S. of the "Methodist church wet at the home of Mrs. Jofari Munch Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Chas. Weisbrod had the lesson, which was the last chapter in t'he book, "The Church's Ministry to God." Mrs. Helen Arbpgast had charge of devotions. Mrs. •. Otto Jensen was a guest. Next month the Circle plans a Christmas party and program at the home of Mrs. Helen Arbogast. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cornelius returned home Thursday from Iowa City, where Mrs. Cornelius received medical .treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hengel had as. their weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Paulson, Marian Are Overnight Guesls Mr. and Mi's. Williapi Behm and daughters Irene and Jeari- ette and son Orvin of Petersburg, North Dakota, were Thursday afternoon and overnight guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ohm. They left the next day for Westgate and also a visit in Wisconsin. Mrs. Behm is a cousin of Mrs. Ohm. Mr. and Mrs. George Hanna and children were also .supper guests there Thursday evening. Other evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Art Kressin and family, Mrs. W. E. Schmidt and Martin and Herman Schmidt of Algona. Lauritzen is Speaker The Lone Rock P. T. A. met at the ichoolhouse Wednesday evening, Nov. 13, with the following program: a cornet trio by Delbert Blanchard, Jim Marlow and Kenneth Richards, a trombone solo by Joan Flaig, a clarinet duet by Helen Sprank, and Carol Ann Thompson, a'baritone solo by Don Jensen, and a brass sextet by Delbert and Gene Blanchard, Dick and Don Jensen, Joan and Max Flaig, A. B. Lauritzen, county superintendent, gave a talk in reference to National Educational Week. Band Mothers to Meet The Lone Rock Band Mothers will meet. Wednesday evening at A CITY STORE WITH COUNTRY PRICES" ^3SS559HMHBHIIi ^"^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ •--•—- .v^.ujwT^ UFtNJT I?M:IIAIM>SOS LOW GEAR MM HIGH Feed the Best Poultry Feed Made I --::**». ^- Now In The New .THOSE BEAUTIFUL HEAVY FRISTS KOSSUTH COUNTY FARM WIVES LIKElSO WE Just Feed Yoiir Home-Growii Grains and Sargent Graih Bdlaricer — L^t Your Hens Balance Their OWn Ration ent's In cafeteria feeding With Sargent Grain .Balancer; ybii place WH$i& corn and oats in separate feeders once every day or two. In another feeder, you place a suppply of Sargent Grain Balancer. That's all there is to it—arid niariy poiiltrymen now using this method say it is far Better than t^e did fee&ifii&itig plaii: Hens have a natural instinct to bal- Farmers report that hens eat more ance their own ratibns-and often they heavily of corn just before a storm or „,,..,.,.,,, . f extremely cold weather. They eat seem to do a better job of it than if you ^ ^ ^ & wmter aay - m b ^ forc mixed maslhes for them. Put them to Jt'stheFeSdf You Give tile Hen —That Makes Her &VS Yihi tfee JEigs! A hen cah't ifisihtif^tiire egg^ 6'iit 6i a ration that lacks the stuff it takes to MAKE work tin the Cafeteria plan, and let them balance their own rations. The Cafeteria plan with Sargent Grain Balancer gives every bird the chance to eat what its body craves. When the whole grain is supplied along with Grain Balancer's combination of proteins, vitamins and minerals, the hens eat the balancing elements b'nly as their bodies demand them, and only as much as needed. Tests show the wisdom of tliis plan. going to the i-oost, becatise' c6rn is an energy food, giving necessary warmth. With the free choice method — a Cafeteria plan—forced feeding sometimes resorted to for incfeapetl production is unnecessary. With Sargent's* Cafeteria plan, there is no chance to force birds and then pay for it later with low production. Tests show that with Sargent Grain Balancer and whole grain, hens keep right on laying for long periods of time without a slump. A trial Will Convince You She can draw on hei- Iftftty m SHiiVS while. Then the body quits. Then the eggs quit. It takes vitamins, proteins' aliff minerals —lots of them—to enable a HwHtfgive 5 A K a big egg yield; The Ml^eir &ft ment yoHr grfifft r^tiot IIH SSfgent Baiaricct brain Balancer is S CONCENTRATl M tiiami.i, Mineral and Protein elements. It coKtaihs 23 differe'iif ffigredieifts to b^fc up the grain ra'fiori, a'nplo fo'rtify the hSn iVith a cohtinuous ^iip'pM p'l the§| elemenis U'hich are needed for HIGtt EO<B PRODUCTION. Try this egg-Buiiaiii Cafeteria fe'etf pl^n neiw— "arid get inofS Sargent Sriulh Phillips St. one 357

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