The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 19, 1946 · Page 22
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 22

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 19, 1946
Page 22
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PAGE ELDON HOVEY OF SWEA CITY WEDS Swon City: Clarence Hovey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hovey, and Mrs. Lucille Leland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schuler, wore quietly married Saturday, Nov. 9, .and at this writing are away on their hon-* eymoon. Mr. Hovey is employed at the Svvea City postoffice. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Larson were visitors at the parental Paul Larson ihome last week. Merlin is now employed by the Standard Oil company. Paul Olson, theology student at Augustana college, Rock Island, preached at Immanuel Lutheran church Sunday. He is a son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Be.xell. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Robinson and son Ronnie, Mrs. Elsie Lotson and Postmaster Vestc O'Connor, »ill of Graettinger were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Larson. Mrs. Lotson stayed over until Thursda y to visit other old-time friends here. UNCOVER RELIC OF 1897,WHITTEMORE Whittemore: Last week while John Sabin and Rex Swanson were removing the wainscoting from the wall in the Sabin dining room they found a 49-year- old program in which Mrs. Robert H. Finnell took part. Mrs. Finnell stated the program was presented by the Royal Neighbors lodge which had an organ- isation in Whittemore for about five years. Mrs. Finnell. an officer of the lodge, stiid that many members moved away, some died, and the club finally lost its charter. Members still living are Mrs. Engler. Clear Lake; Agnes Felling and Pearl Fail-burn, living in Minnesota: Ethel Hatch, Long Beach, Calif.: Mrs. Stebbins, Illinois, and Mrs. Lizzie Thompson, Calif. The program was presented Oct. 15, 1897. Characters are listed as) follows: Mrs. Gellman, Anna Chrischillcs, Mrs. Hutchinson, Mrs. Groneman, Mrs. Rantzow, Mrs. Yale. Mrs. Carlisle, Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. Finnell, Mrs. Farley, Mrs. Bowen, Sidney Hinton, Mrs. Enkler, Agnes Felling, Ora Nylen, Pearl Fail-burn, Ada Whitchorn, Lizzie Fleece, Ether Hatch, and J. A. Lotz. More news, more pages more pictures lhan >evetl before in The Algona Newspapers. Whoa, There! One Load of Angus Baby Beeves Wasn't Enough to Satisfy Kossuth 4-H Club Members .... So WESTERN BUYERS brought in another load of 20 more—so no 4-H member would be disappointed. This load got in too late for us to put the boys' names on the map in the picture at right, but the boys are listed here below. This second load of Angus Baby Beeves was sold at cost to the following: PETER ELBERT Lotts Creek Township ' MELVIN MEYER Burt Township EARL ELBERT Burt Township DAVID SARCHET Burt Township RONALD YEGGE Wesley Township DENNIS YEGGE Wesley Township EDGAR KEITH Plum Creek Township BOBBY WILHELMI Greenwood Township And Another 4-H Club Member from Our Neighboring Hancock County— FRANK ZROSTLIK Britt ""Western Buyers & ALGONA LIVESTOCK •ALdONA : f--lpff'-1:ff^ .•••>.• -."; .:'• ,- ,.,--,.-,: ^J; : v^^^^ m nni ruimrin r w nth raw» TO KDSSUTH COUNlt # GIRLS TME MAP BELOW SHOWS YpU-THB NAMES 6F 20 LUCKY 4-H KIDS WHO GoT THE BLACK ANGUS BABY BEEVES THAT WERE BROU(jWT INTO THE COUNTY AND SOLD AT v COST BY WESTERN BUYERS. WE'VE TRIED TO SHOW YOU WHERE THESE 44T BOYS AND GIRLS LIVE,TOO, BECAUSE AFT^R A TIME, YOU MAY WANT TO GO OUT AND SEE—WHO KNOWS?— A GRAND CHAMPION BLACK ANGUS/ \ sj ^ s. ^J ^ V ^s V ^ ^ *\ VJ s \ ^s V V V fi THE 20 ANGUS BABY BEEVES CAREFULLY SELECTED OVER IN SOUTH DAKOTA-AND WE BELIEVE -THAT KOSSUTH FEEDING WILL MAKE SOME CHAMPS OF THEM. ANYWAY, IT WILL BE INTERESTING To SEE WOW OUR KOSSUTH COUNTY BOYS (AND GIRLS!) FINISH THESE ANIMALS OFF, AND WE'LL BE WATCHING •j' ?^s ^ 5** ^ N ^ SORRY, FOLKS/ BUT THIS WESTERN BUYERS PIG ALWAYS SEEMS TO GET INTO THESE PICTURES- AMD YOU KNOW HOW HE FEELS AFTER THAT NATIONAL BARROW i SHow/ «AND THERE WERE THREE FROM OUR NEIGHBORING HANCOCK. COUNTY- o- :.-•> * FRANKLIN BODE ik-MARK BODE • PAUL BODE Is I WESTERN BUYERS <TALGONA LIVESTOCK Atxi r '• • ,,f-j.

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