The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 28, 1967 · Page 12
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: DEVELOPMENTS [ FftOMDEVALOIS ••••••••*•••••••*••• As food becomes scarcer in the fall, rabbits may turn to trees. Depending on the types of tree areas you have, there are different control practices you can use. Rabbit populations could be reduced by heavy hunting during hunting season in open, rural areas. Property owners themselves could hunt and encourage friends and neighbors to hunt on their land. In addition to protecting trees, such hunting also provides a welcome dish on the dinner table. Hunting should be a yearly practice, as populations build up. Repellents have been used, but sometimes with less than satisfactory results. In smaller fruit orchards, including backyard fruit trees, a loosely fitted wire screen is the best bet. Place wire screening from the ground up to the scaffold branches, or at least two feet high. If placed lower than this, rabbits can get at branches when snow falls. If you prefer a repellent, you might try a mixture of one gallon alcohol to seven pounds of resin. For just a few trees, though, this doesn't pay. Trees to be most careful of include evergreens, broad-leaved fruit trees, and in particular, apple trees. Rabbits generally leave shade trees alone. MEMOS FROM MARGARET It seems so early to be thinking about Christmas, but, decorations are going up in all the towns, stores are loaded with gifts and Christmas trees are appearing in large quantities. Christmas wreaths and greens are more distinctive and glistening when decorated with realistic — but no melt "snow." To make this, combine packaged soap or detergent with a little warm water and beat with a rotary or electric mixer until the suds form a stiff meringue. Then use hands or a spoon to drift this mixture over the greens. Red berries or small Christmas ornaments may be imbedded while the suds-snow is still wet. It will dry overnight to provide eye appeal and enjoyment throughout the holidays. If you get your Christmas tree early, keep it fresh by recutting the trunk with a saw and place the trunk end in a bucket of hot water until ready to use. The water will cool and do add water- cool, not hot when necessary. The water will help to make the tree fire or flame proof, especially if the holder has a container which is kept full of water. Sandra Haag Of Algona To Wed Burt Man Mr. and Mrs. John Haag, Algona , have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Sandra Kay, and Ronald E. Presthus, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Presthus of Burt. Miss Haag, a graduate of Algona High School, is employed by the Algona Chamber of Commerce and Mr. Presthus is attending Emmetsburg Junior College. The wedding is scheduled Jan. 20, 1968 at the First Baptist church here. (Glenn's Studio Photo) PERSONALS MR. AND MRS. August Schmidt had as dinner guests Thursday the latter's sons and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Moore and families. This is the first time in a year that Delbert has been able to be home. He was hospitalized several months fol- lowing an accident which has left him a paraplegic. He is now feeling well. DINNER GUESTS Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Reid were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reid, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Reid, Tom Reid, Mrs. Ida Reid, mother of the men, and Alden Reid, who makes his home with her. HELEN Dingley spent the Thanksgiving weekend at Des Moines with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. William Nugent. MR. AND MRS. Fred Erickson had as Thanksgiving guests Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Kreitlow and Mr. and Mrs. Severne Soma, of Dows. The latter couple are leaving soon to make their home at Apache Junction, Ariz. MRS. HAROLD Smith had as guests last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Leo Richter, Titonka. Thanksgiving supper guest was her sister Mrs. Orville Bierstedt, Kana- waha. MR. AND MRS. Dennis Eller entertained at dinner Thursday and had as guests the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Elliott, Fort Dodge, and grandmother, Mrs. Pete Halsrud. MR. AND MRS. Jerome Eisenbarth had as Thanksgiving guests their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don Huber, Delhi. They remained here till Sunday. MR. AND MRS. Leroy Lau spent from Tuesday till Thursday at Boone with their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roger McGregor. THANKSGIVING guests at Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Bockholts were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Metzger, Mr. and Mrs. Duain Metzger, Darwin, Conley and Gloria, Clarence Thilges and Allan, and Tennie Steward. DR. AND Mrs. Harold Erickson were visited last week by Mrs. Erickson's mother, Mrs. 0. J. Anderson, Buffalo, Minn., and at Thanksgiving they were joined by Dr. O. D. Anderson, Mankato, Minn. MR. AND MRS. Earl Lierley had as guests Thanksgiving their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ettlee, Cherokee. MRS. JOHN Dutton went to Tuesday, Nov. 28, 1967 Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moines-13 t PUBLIC AUCTION In order to settle the Annie Baumann Estate, the undersigned Executor will sell at public auction the Annie Baumann home in Whittemore, Iowa, described as Lot Five (5) in Block Eight (8), of Whittemore, Iowa. DATE AND PLACE OF SALE The sale will be held on December 2, 1967, at 1:00 p.m. on the premises above described. TERMS OF SALE Ten Per Cent (10%) down on date of sale and balance in cash in thirty (30) days and upon approval of title. POSSESSION Possession will be given immediately. Seller will pay the 1967 general taxes, payable in 1968, and will furnish abstract showing clear title and Executor's Deed will be furnished to purchaser. PERSONAL PROPERTY The Executor will also offer for sale at public auction immediately following the sale of the house, all household furniture, furnishings, dishes, silverware and kitchen utensils, including three bedroom sets, dining table and six chairs, davenport and chair. All personal property will be sold for cash and payment must be made before removal. For further information, see Linnan, Lynch & Straub, Attorneys for Executor, or Charlie Quinn, Bancroft, Iowa, Auctioneer. ANNIE BAUMANN ESTATE by Peter Baumann, Executor Charlie Quinn, Auctioneer Linnan, Lynch & Straub, Attorneys Bancroft, Iowa Algona, Iowa FARMERS STATE BANK, Whittemore, Iowa, Clerk (89-90) Omaha last week and spent till after Thanksgiving with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dutton. MR. AND MRS. Harold Hobson had as guests last Sunday the latter's son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pratt, Dave and Debbie, Iowa Falls. The son, Bob, is in California and John is a student at the Iowa Falls junior college. JACK GETTMAN had surgery at Park hospital, Mason City, recently and Mrs. Joseph Skow had surgery there Nov. 20. Armour Lemkee has been hospitalized at St. Ann the past six weeks. He was visited Thursday by a nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bonnette, Amboy, Minn. MRS. THERESA BERGER and family spent Thanksgiving with her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tom LJckteig of Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Berger, Horton, visited his mother and other relatives Nov. 24 at Whittemore. MR. AND MRS. J. F. Milder had as Thanksgiving guests Mrs. Helen Dapper, Steve and Mary Jo, Fort Dodge, and Mrs. Dapper's father, J. J. Kroulik, Cedar Rapids. The son, Bill Milder, was also home for the holiday weekend. He attends St. Benedict college at Atchison, Kan. Other guests who came Saturday were the C. E. Milders, Carol Stream, HI. JAMES, Son of Mr. and Mrs. John Romer, spent last Monday at Dickens with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Beck. MR. AND MRS. Ollie Nasby went to Tyler, Minn, for Thanksgiving at the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Panko. Their son, John, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Nyborg, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Nyborg and Paul Rice were also guests. Here's why CO-OP Chunk Style Dog Food Is number one. It tastes better. Aroma and tasto have been improved with a new formula. Dogs like it dry. It's healthier. CO-OP Chunks have more than the required level of protein* to insure a healthy clog. Homogenizing our dog food makes each chunk contain uniform amounts of nutrients, too. It's pure. CO-OP Chunks are as fresh ao pasteurized milk and just as good for your dog. And purification keeps them fresh longer. CO-OP Chunk Stylo Dog Food has a lot going for it. Enough to make it Number One. Want your dog to have a lot going for him? 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