The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 19, 1946 · Page 16
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PAGE EIGHT. SWEA CITY LADY'S POEM WINS FAME Svvca City: A poem written by Mrs. Ida Larson, Swea City .postmaster, is gaining statewide recognition and is now being used in ceremonies where Iowa's state flag is presented or dedicated to groups, schools or at civic ceremonies. Mrs. Larson wrote the poem the night before she was to give a talk at a meeting of district postmasters. It has since gained wide attention. The poem follows: Iowa's Stale Flag Iowa's white, on its field of red, white and blue, A banner proudly waving o'er fields of golden grain Glistening in the morning dew. Waving over countless acres of Icwa's fields of corn, Like a spirit hovering o'er us on an early summer morn. Cattle grazing in rich pastures, iiogs and sheep are feeding too. Smoko stacks pouring forth their black cloudf, Iowa's industries ever building something new. Iowa's flag, this banner waving, giving courage to our sons As they marched to far flung battles to the rumble of big guns. Iowa's flag, may it ever mean to you Just what it says in its field of reel, white and blue; "Our liberties we prize, and our right we will maintain," Its a banner that is worthy of Iowa's untarnished name. Install New 4-H Officers, Fenton Club Fenton: The Fenton Forwards Girls 4-H club met at the Methodist church, basement Saturday for installation of officers. The president installed the following officers. President, Jackcy Ehrhardt; vice president, Anna Rcic Weisbrod; secretary, Mary Bicrstedt; historian, Juanita Stralev, reporter: Anna Rae Weisbrod. The group presented a gift to Ruth Dre.ycr, who resigned from the club. The club welcomed four new members, namely Bcnora Mitchell, Lois Ruth Hantelman, Delores Mansagt-r and Carol Jayne DeWall. Guests present were Mrs. F. Mueller and Delorcs, Mrs. Emil Bicrstedt and Carol, Alma Schulte, Mrs. Herman Dreyer, Mrs. Don Weisbrod, Carol Lau and Dorothy Dreyer. New Phone Switchboard Lone Rock: The Lone Rock Co-op. Telephone Co. has been installing a new Kellog switchboard this past week. It is'mak- ing a big improvement and will •prove very profitable. READ THE WANT ADS fotir Comers Club Plan A Christmas Party 'Grab Bag' four Corners: The Four Corners Mothers antf Daughters club met Nov. 11 at the home of Mrs. Herlinda Kirsoh with Ruth Harlan as assistant. There were 17 members present. The members decided that the presents for the Christmas grab bag to be'held at the next meeting are to cost 25c. LaVonne Gettman spent last weekend with her parents in Garner. Mrs. Ray Smith assisted at a shower for Wilma Marlow last Tuesday. Johnny Ramus spent Wednesday night at the Everett Witham home. Mrs. Everett Witham papered at Mrs. John Sabin's Friday of this week. Mrs. Ray Smith attended a Ladies' Aid meeting at the Harley Troutman 'home last Thursday. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith, sons Walter and Glenn, attended the wedding of Miss Wilma Marlow Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Aeijelt Meyers, Ringsted, were Monday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Alexander. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lowman and son Doug were Friday evening guests of the Everett Withams. The evening was spent at playing cards. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Witham, Mrs. Jessie Royce, Mrs. Myrtle Vining, Mrs. Hattie Witham, and Miss Harriet Vining were Sunday supper guests of the Everett Witham's. Mr. and Mrs. William Drayton returned home Wednesday morning from Mt. View, Mo., where they had been visiting their daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Richter. Mrs. . Everett Wilham and daughter Ellen attended a 4-H meeting last Saturday at the Fred Kollasch home. The next meeting will be held at the home of Ellen Witham on December 14. Philip Baker of St. Cloud, Minn., arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Sabin on Friday. ' Mr. Baker came to Alsona with his niece and nephew. They plan to return home either Sunday or Monday. Theo Elbert, Mrs. Minnie Wilson, sons Virgil and Vincent of Wliittemore, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gappa were Friday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rich and family. The evening was spent at card playing. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hclmers, Richard Helmers, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Simpson, and John Simpson were last Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham. The evening was spent paying cards at two tables. A lunch was served to the guests. Whittemore, Nov. 13—John Wal- dronlias received permits to build four houses in Algona. Three will be of new material, one a remodeled schoolhouse moved from near Have You A Sweet Tooth? We Have CANDY , Unlimited! By the Box or by the Bar! BARRY'S RECREATION fvwwwbwyvwy -Lr t \ FU3EBALCHAPEL Atnbmtnce Service The Golden Itule Our Principle Phone 521-W Algona From where I sit... Joe Marsh .Why Bert Won First Prize Folks weren't surprised when Bert Childers won first prize for his corn at the county fair. Yet the judges admit it wwn't just because Bert had the finest ears of corn. He knew How to dit- play them: neatly arranged, with the husks cleanly trimmed, and tbf booth white and spotless. "Trimmings" sure aake a *f #r- ence no matter what you're offering—as Andy Botkin, keeper «f the Garden Tavern, well kaowu. ±*tj doesn't just sell good beer, tie twite it in a place that's clean awl «Ur«f- live...in nice vurronMiftge to* beleaf with the enjoyment of a wholesome beverage of moderation. And Andy, of course, is a wholehearted supporter of "Self Regulation." That's the system by which the Brewers and tavern keepers thtHtttlv** rtake sure that taverns •eHing beer are clean and orderly. Fran where I sit, people like 4*4r »kw rate a "First priie." Not hwt for the quality of the product jr |h^s "trimwinge" too. ••'.-• . •'•'.'' ' • • . . • ' '••'"•;•.,./''':-''•• • - ; •.\'-\t.; ,':'.: - .:••-.'••'; Shoppers Attention Bjustrom's Special HOLIDAY SEASON OFFER Effective on Purchases Made FromNov. 20 Until Furthef Notice With Your Purchase of Home Furnishings AT BJUSTROM's WE DO (MEAN FREE Here's How This Sensational-Bjus trom Holiday Shopping Offer Works: You can buy a living-room suite, a studio lounge suite, a dinette set, a lounging chair, a platform rocker, or any one of a number of other items in the store—and with:ydur^piHrchase get FREE home furnishings merchandise to use in your own home, qr to give to someone else for Christmas! You pay only the regular pricVfor the purchase you make. You get the other items without any extra charge. There are large cards posted in the store, telling you how much Holiday Offer merchandise goes with each purchase. You make your own choice of the merchandise you want with your purchase, up to the total specified. IT'S NEW —it's different—it's a Holiday Offer that gives you extra "Christmas presents" for your home—or someone else's! And Even Though OPA is Off— __ i * - ' Here Is the Type of Merchandise You Can Get With Your Purchase— m Prices in This Store LAMPS PICTURES MIRRORS FIASSOCKS SMOKERS 'TABLES lil-CHAIRS PLAY PENS CARRIAGES CRIBS BRIDGE TABLES CARPET SWEEPERS OCCASIONAL CHAIRS MOP SETS HANGINGS ROCKERS . SCATTER RUGS BEDROOM RUGS BATH HAMPERS BOOK CASES CORNER CABINETS BASSINETTES RAG RUGS BRIDGE CHAHIS MANY OTHERS! ••m^:s us Ask About Our Payment "EARLY BIRD" SHOPPERS WILL NATURALLY HAVE THE BEST ^^^^^ |^^r ^^Hi^ W^^ ^^^ MM ^^ ^§fF ^PP w WHi ^HP ^^|F MM wP IBB .'•wi. P^^!-. B^^. '^. x^||K-^ ; ' ; ;^!IR^Wj|pl^lHK>^{^i::?.^^ " r • • - . . :•-•'-.-'"".. •-•.'"<': • '"'''''f>-\-•'":','• <-?-(^r:^'f''-:X^ ESTABLISHED 1925 ALGONA,!OWA Please Note: The Above Plan Effective Only on

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