The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 10, 1946 · Page 14
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/A\ : >V-vrl|=Vf^S;^ PAGE SIX weddinjt invitations and announcements at the Algona Upper Des Moines. 34tf / Hom« Comfort that ; • Haut«time wilh in ! EAGLE : CERTIFIED INSULATION JOB \ Phont ui today CowanBldgSupplyCo. IMiono 27ft ALOOXA, IOWA Townsend Flash By Mrs. A. M. Anderson 'Washington, D. C ..—Social welfare authorities iti the nation's capital agree that the Iowa figures oiuald age assistance payments indicate a corruption of Iho aim of the Social Security Act. They point out that the average assistance payment for the entire- state is S34.14 a bare existence. Fully indicative of the ijroat lack of unUormity the I'ollowinv, table shows payments for Juno. 19-10. Co Avu. pym'.. Montgomery Hsimilton Louisa Carroll Mitchell .................... - !! - 5 Tho Townsend Plan wouiJ equalize all payments and sjivn Uirncr amounts at much less cost to the individual taxpayer. — Aclv Chet Cook Bj»e$t a *few days last week in Des Jiloines on business. ' ' Mr; and Mrs.' Hugh Colwell had as visitor Inst week Mrs. T. II. H'iil"of Fort Dodge, mother of Mrs. Colwell. Mr. and Mrs.. Wm. Dau had as guests four days last week, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Engel and son Billie of Davenport. Mn. and Mrs. 'Don Bonneite have moved to Swea City where lie is now employed with the Bell Motor company there. Dr. Karl Hoffman and Dr. Harold Morgan of'Britt went to Pocahontas Saturday to attend a professional budget plan meeting. Mrs. Harry Greenberg left Friday for Topcka, Knns.,\vhere she will spend a fortnight with her parents, Mr.'and Mrs.JDavid J. August. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dennis and daughter Patricia went to Cedar Rapids Friday and spent the weekend.with Mrs. Dennis' father Joseph Blin. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Evans and children Bob''and Janet of Crawfordsville Were weekend guests of Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Evans, parents of Wallace. Joan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Falk, returned to Des Moines last Sunday following a few clays with her parents. She is a student at A. I. B.. Mary Catherine, Cain,, student at St. Catherine's school, St. Paul, spent last weekeriU >with her father M. B. Cain and grandmother Mrs. F. 3. Biggings. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dieckman had as a guest the past week Mrs. George Dieckmann of Mason City, mother of Geor,ge, who returned to her hpmd Ttirscltoy. Mrs. Andrew Hansen ( artd daughter Sheila, Mrs. A. 'M. Lerrtkee 1 and son Gene of Irving'- ton, "and: Mrs', Wayne Bbwn spent Friday. at Mason City with friehdg. ..' . Mte. and' MM. Frank Gauflheyl and' ohildren recently returned from Minneapolis, Where thoy visited Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jbn- son,. tho latton a sister of Mrs. Caughey. Mtj. and Mrs, Russell Guster had as guests Saturday, Mr. and Mrs.'Durwnort ! Grifln of Britt.-In the evening the two couples went to Fort Dodge to sec friends. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Hargrcaves had os recent visitors Mr. and Mrs. K. F. Ball and daughter Virginia, of Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Ball is a daughter of the Hargreaves. Mr. and Mrs. L. 3. Malueg returned Monday from Liberty, Ind., where '(they had spent a month with their son-in-law and daughter, the Re,', and Mrs. O. E. Parrott. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hood and daughter Mary Jean spent several days at Des Moines last week with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Conner. Mrs. Conner is a sister of Mrs. Hood. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Culler spent last Friday in Des Moines. Recently they visited Mr. and Mrs. Walter Connor at Sioux Rapids. Mrs. Connor is a sister of Mrs. Cutler. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Haag had as guests for a week Mrs. W. J. •Chelchowski and son Dickie of Casper, Wyo. They returned home Monday. Mrs. Chelkowski is a sister of Mr. Haag. .ALGONA Mr. and M«. L. |< M8f*y hit* ^a gutwt; Mrs. G. C. Voss of Minneapolis wfio battle .* couple of weeks agb find wjlli remain for several days; rriore. Mrs', voss is an aunt of Mrs. Hayty. L. E. Kjani* »lefl H>t- .jLoaft Beach last 'Week and will spend' tHe winter there ( ,a custom he has followed for the past several years.' While in,Algona he lives with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Asa. Mrs. Carl Dahihauser is 6on* lined to her home with a,,severe attack of neuritis which has been troubling her the past two months. She is .slightly improved but still unable to be up and around to any extent. Mr. and Mrs. Harry DttowdttH had as recent guests Mr, and Mrs. Don Palmer of Fairmont, Mont., and Corliss Jennings of Albert Lea, Minn., who wore here a few days, returning to their respective homes Sunday. Mrs. Joe Greehbergr returned last week from a two Weeks visit at Cedar Rapids and Chicago. At Cedar Rapida She was with her son-in4aw a.nd daughter Mr. and Mi\ Don AH and at Chicago she visited relatives and friends. Mr. and MM. Lester Qingerlch attended the funeral services for the stillborn daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Gingerich at West Bend Saturday. This is the first child:. and was born Thursday. The men are brothers. Mrs. John Grolte and her daughter Mrs. Kenneth Wichman spent-from Thursday till Sunday last week with' Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Grptte at Webster City. Mr. Grotte' and Mr. Wichman drove down on Sunday to bring the women home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beringer had as recent guests Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hullerman, Mrs. A. C. Hullerman, and'J. H. Maher of Perry and .Gertrude Hullerman 'M6INESV ALdONA, IOWA ot "Des Moines. the E. C. Mtil- lermans are parents of Mrs. Beringer mid Gertrude i&her sister. Mr. and Mrs. U6n HSStfefs 'had as'recent guests Dr. and .Mrs. R. F, Snyder of Swea City, Mfi, and Mrs. Merritt Qiffin of Ringsted, Mrs, Lbrettfl Giffin and daughter 'Joani Mi: tiffin, Mrs, Lorettft, Giffirt find Jban are brother^ mother and sister respectively oc Mrs. Boevers. ' Mrs. Fred Cha4e relilrfted: lo Long Beach Calif., Thursday. She had been called here by the iDness of her sister-ihrlaw Mrs. Harvey Johnson. Mrs. Chase visited the W. A. Fosters here and her sisters Mrs. Emma Hager' at Popejoy, and Mrs. William Cosgrove at Titonka. Mr. and. Mrs. H. L. Hoenk and : their sons Gene and Joe returned Friday from <a week's trip to Monmouth, 111., where they visited Mrs. Hoenk's brother and ,sis- ler-in-iaw, Mr. and Mrs. E. : J, Martini. From there thoy went to Kentucky and Tennessee and drove through the Ozarks. , Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Clawson had as guests last Sunday Mr, and Mrs. F. J. Trausch of Clnr- ion. Mi's. Trousch is a niece of iMrs. Clawson. Mrs. Kenneth Bvandow, daughter of Hie Claw- sons, has been convalescing at the parental home, following the birth of a daughter Kay Louise, at th'e Kossuth hospital Nov. 23. Mrs. Chester Webb, with her mother Mrs. R. W. Rash, of Burt and the lattcr's son John, returned recently from Muskegon, Mich., where they had attended the wedding of Florence, daughter of Mrs. Rash, to William Ra- detke. At Chicago they visited Mr. and Mrs. William EYnst, the latter another daughter of Mrs. Rash. Mrs. Harold Fitch and daugh- ter'Shirley returned last Sunday from Bedford, where they had Christmas Shoppers - Here is Real Gift-Buying News! Men's DENIM JACKETS $459 25% wool blanket lining. Si/cs: 3G lo 4ii Men's WORK SHOES Navy surplus — heavy cord sole- Sizes 5 to 12. Sale BOYS SUITS Sale BOYS JACKETS Values to SUi-75. Part wool, double and single breaste,!. Sizes R to 18. $5.00 values. All. wool melton cloth, Zipper front. Sizes e to u. Men's WORK SHIRTS Men's WORK SHIRTS $2.60 values. San- forized blue twill. Sizes; H to 17. S3.38 values. Heavy blue twill. Sizes 14 to 17'.j. Men's MUFFLERS Men's LEATHER JACKETS Park brown color, aviation style. Sizes 36 to 46. LOOK! HERE IS THE HARD-TO-GET MERCHANDISE YOU HAVE , BEEN SHOPPING FOR ; ON'SALE BEGINNING THURSDAY Men's Dress Shirts Wash Cloths Oii Cloth ON SALE BEGINNING FRIDAY Sheets Turkish Towels "Hope" Bleached Muslin Woman's SILK HOSIERY $219 ^ Full-fashioned, si/os 814 to 10HJ-. Limit one pair to a customer, please. Women's SLIPS Rayon, bin;: cut. Built up shoulders. Sizes 32 to 40. Men's LOAFER JACKETS GLENDON BLANKETS Tu-tonc tan and blue. Sizes small, medium^ and large. 25% wool. 75% col- toii. Feather light. Size 72x84 inches. Infants SWEATERS Children's MITTENS 100% wool, and soft ae a feallier lo the touch White and blue. Warm, snug made mittens in wool and cotton. Knit cuff. Fancy rayons in long warm length. Tan, white and maize. Xmas Suggestions SHAVING SETS PILLOW CASE SETS HANDKERCHIEFS PEN DESK SETS BOXED NECKTIES SWEATERS FOR ALL DOLLS HOLY BIBLES SALT AND PEPPER SETS CHICKEN FRYERS BATH MA? SETS LUGGAGE ON SALE BEGINNING SATURDAY Sheet Blankets Cotton Prints Printed Flannel Sale of CHENILLE BEDSPREADS $9*95 Values .< $7;OQ $10.95 Value ? 58,00 $11.98 Values $10.00 $13.35 values 811,40 $13.65 Values SI IJ| Vriuw : STEVEN, Manege? • } • * ' • • . • • • '. • visited Mr.i Fiteh s s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Stephehs. Mr. Fitch, With his wife and••"dfiU$i* ter, Were goestS of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Clayton at Fort Dodge Thanksgiving and- Mrffi, PHcH and Shirley Went,; ffolhitH» W Bedford and Mr. Pitch jettifned home. ; Student Nurse Bottle Wesley: Aria -Jean Ycgge, student' nurse at Mercy hospital in Mason."City, spent the Stfn- dny, Ded. 1>. Weekend at her parental: Albert Yegge home. REA0 THE WAftT ABS~ . M^ the Ootoit little Ottif .fliono RSi-W Algdiitt GET MORE EGGS h.t SHIRT YOUR HENS FR01W LOW GEAR INTO HIGH GEAR • '•-..", Feed the Best Pouttry F«ed SARGENT Now in the New Dress Print Bags Thpse'btnautilEtitheavy prints Kossutlv cotinty farih. Just Feed Your Hprne-Grown Grains and Sargent C&ajri Balancer—Let Your Hens Balance Their On Sargent's In cafeteria feeding with Sargent Graiiny Balancer-, yow place whole corn and oats in separate feeders once every day or two. In another feedsri you place a supply of Sa?- genbGrain Balancer. That's allthere is to it—and many poultryinen now using this method say it is'far better than the old feed-mixing plan. ^ ^ ( Tests-show the wisdom of this pjan,i, V ..-'•. , /With the free choice method— a Cafeteria fclan—forced' feeding sometimes resorted to for increased production is unnnecessary. With Sajrgent's Cafeteria plan, there is "nb chance to force birds and then pay for it later with' U»¥ production. Tests show th«f wit|lu Sargent Griain Balancer and^ whole grain, hens keep> right on< laying !f;pt long period&r »ftiiffW without a Isiump, Hens have a natural instinct tq> balance their own rations — and: often they seem to do a better job of it than if >you mixed mashes for them. Put them to work on 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 hene eat the balancing elements only as their bodies demand them, and only »s much as needed. A Trial Will Convince Yowl FEED. SARGENT Flow wd

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