The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1933 · Page 13
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 23, 1933
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 23,1933 "Men's Aid" Does Good Turn} Cords Wood for Church tJood Hope: A group of men who facetiously called themselves the Good Kope Men's Aid got together Tuesday of this week and cut, delivered and sorted in the patsonage cellar and outside enough wood to last through ft long hard winter. The wood came •from a heavy deadfall on the w. 1. Dodda farm and which he generously contributed. The group gathered at the church community room at noon for a hot dinner, a social hour and •discussion of current farm problems. Those assisting were w. I. and Wm. Dodds, E., George and Wm. Broesder, Tom, Ben and Harvey Reid, V. J., Loyd and George Gross, Alex and Durwood McArthur, will Broderson, JTens Sof- enson, Will Rath, D. C. Gardner, Fred Plumb, Arthur Orulkshanfc, Mart Elmore, Andy Lehman, w. J. Bourne, James Knoll, Arie Dlttmer, Clarence Relbhoff, Qulnten BJustrotn and Jim Kelly. Mrs. Lloyd Gross Is able to be about ner work again after a recent severe Illness. Mrs. Claude Seeley and son, Kent, have been spending several days at the W. 1 Dodds home. The William Kennedys of Butt were guests for supper at the Good Hope parsonage Sunday evening. The Rust College Singers presented their program to a packed house at Good Hope church Monday evening. Mrs. Lee Bush returned home last week from the Larson nursing home at Burt and is making a nice recovery from the major operation which she recently underwent. Notice of a chicken supper and miscellaneous sale Tuesday even- In;, November 28 at Good Dope community room is being run in a display advertisement eCsewhere ID this paper. Look It tip and plan to be present. Wood sawers at Mrs. Wm. Treptows and W. t. Dodds and corn shelters at Alfred Schmidts, Vern Gross, Art Bakers and the peter Martin farm were a part of the seasonal activities of our community following corn husking. The play and box supper presented by Dlst. NO. 6 school last Friday even- Ing at Good Hope community room was a splendid success. The cast consisted of oharlene Rath, Trella, Lois, John and Curtis Gardner, Frances Sorenson, Eugene Broderson, Durwood Rutledge, and Harold Sankey. Between scenes recitations were given by Dur- wood Rutledge, Curtis Gardner, Harold sankey and a reading by Miss Eleanor Kaln, the latter a friend of the teacher from near Sexton. The preparation and presentation of the program was under Miss Florence Black, the teacher, she was effectively assisted by the patrons of the school, who with her wish to express their gratitude for the generous patronage the affair enjoyed. The net proceeds amounted to $15 yhlch sum will be used for the purchase of equipment for a rhythm band, etc. WINTER c&me*. During the colder months your car has to be regulated and lubricated In order that you get the same flne performance from it as you do during the pumrner months. We are equipped to do that Job for you, thoroughly and reasonably, pring in your car today. •;'-1•> LUBRICANTS SKID CHAINS BATTERY SERVICE TOWING Clapp's Master Service Phone 26. Purol Pep Gas and Stove Gas, Furnace Oil Alfalfa on Every Farm will make more profitable cream checks. Hear "Alfalfa Hutch." We Don't Need More Cows We Need Better Cows We don't need more butter fat— We need to produce it cheaper. These above things—we can help control. Alfalfa will help make a good cow—a better cow. Too often we have to buy protein. Just Read Some of These Comparative Facts One ton of alfalfa hay has aa rnndb protean In It M there to In 68 bushels of oata. One ton of alfalfa bay has the feeding value of 36 bushels of shelled com, One ton of alfalfa buy baa the protein of pne and three-quarters tang of red clover. One ton of alfalfa hay has 212 pounds of digestible protein. One ton of alfalfa bay has about four pounds of iron in it. One ton of alfalfa hay has as much protein fat it as 2,600 pounds of bran. Alfalfa leaves nave wore vitamins than any other crop that grow*. Alfalfa Is rich In phosphorus and potash, Alfalfa relieves one of spring work after It is once established. Welcome to Algona Alfalfa Day, Nov. 24th FLAN FOB ECONOMIC AGRICULTURE Algona Cooperative Creamery ALGONA, IOWA, Attention to Details in Butchering Needed Attention to a few details in killing and butchering hogs may save a lot of wasted effort later on and produce meat that will keep. It la Important to remove as much blood as possible, so killing the hog by sticking it with a knife is usually more satisfactory than shooting or stunning. One man holds the pig on its back while another does the sticking. The point of the knife is allowed to slip about one Inch below and back of the forward point of the breast bone and Is then forced straight down for about two inches. It Is essential that the hog be split down the middle of the neck.accordlng to Professor Beard. Great quantities of blood will spurt from the incision if the hog Is properly stuck. The hog may be allowed to stand after sticking as the blood will flow out better. Scalding Is usually accomplished in. less than 3 minutes, if the pig is completely submerged in water. When the hair Is easily removed from the rear flank, it Is a good indication that the scald Is complete. When the pig is thoroughly cleaned, the entrails are removed and the carcass split down the middle of the back with a saw. The leaf fat is then removed and the carcass chilled before cutting into pieces. A new Comic Page. Be Sure to Rend "The Ambassador," and "Sentinel Louie" by O. Soglow, America's Greatest Comic Artist, Next Sunday and Every Sunday in the Chicago Herald and Examiner. Threshers and Corn Shellers LIENS For Sale. Meets the requirements of the new law. •; ! I . Call or Phone The Algona Upper Des Moines Bancroft Girl is Guest on Birthday at Surprise Party Bancroft: Wednesday evening, Nov. 15th, 12 friends of Georgia Carmean pleasantly surprised her in honor of ler birthday. The evening was spent playing bridge, which was followed by i delightful lunch. The two prizes for highest score went to Francis Ber- tns and Richard Underkofler. Mrs. F. A. Recker won cut prize. ST. BENEDICT NEWS Paul Bernhard is on the sick list this week. Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Underkofler were Buffalo Center visitors last week. Mrs. Joe Menke held a quilting party Monday afternoon, in honor of Mrs. Joe Elsbecker. Mr. and Mrs. John Haupert arc the parents of a girl born Thursday evening. They named her Mary Joan. Hubert Hood Is here for the week In tils father's store while his brother, Billy will assist in his place in Humboldt. Mrs. Charles Baker, Isabel Saunders and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Saunders vis- ted Saturday at Walt Welps in Humboldt. Erwin Rahe came home Friday from Dubuque where he Is attending Columbia College. He returned Saturday evening. Mrs. Robert Simpson and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Selvert of Peotone, 111., will spend two weeks at the home of L. C. Gast. Viggo Chrlstensen arrived home last Wednesday evening from Germany where he has been visiting since last spring with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Shumway will move to Pennsylvania in the near future. He has been worknig in the printing office here and Is also a photographer. St. Johns lost to Ledyard last Friday by a score of 10 to 20. They hope for better luck this Friday when they will meet Swea City on the local floor. Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Kennedy were In Hutchinson Saturday visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kennedy. While close to the cities they drove In and saw the sights. Donald Dyer Is home this week help- Ing his father, who Is the janitor at St. John's church. Mr. Dyer sprained his back last week, and is unable to do any of the heavy work. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hueter driving through Bancroft on their honeymoon will spend a week at the Joe Recker home. Mrs. Hueter was Viola Ernst before her marriage and is a niece of Mrs. Recker. Mother Superior from Dubuque Is spending a few days with the Sisters here at St. John's school. Rev. Mother pays a visit every year to inspect the school and to see how her pupils are coming In their work. Mr. and Mrs. George Carmean and daughter, Carmean, drove to Barnutn on Sunday Afternoon to visit Miss Opal O'Hern. They also spent a few hours at Humboldt with Prank Rogers, who runs a greenhouse there. He Is a cousin of Mr. Carmean. A miscellaneous shower was held on Sunday night at the Leo Hellman home for Mr. and Mrs. Joe Elsbecker who lost their home a week ago last Sunday and everything in it. She received many cans and Jars of fruit and vegetables and also linens and bedding. Five hundred was played after which a Junch was served. George Foth won high score and Mrs. Otto Vaske the cut prize. Morris Daley shelled corn Monday. Rev. H. B. Kramer has been ill the past few days with the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrecne Clnk spent Sunday evening with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe cink. Lorraine Huschka and Mildred Oran- genett were callers at the Lawrence Clnk home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Elsenbarth were visitors at the Mrs. Rose Arndorfer home last Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Arndorfer and daughter, Theresa Ann spent Sunday evening at the Jule Arndorfer home. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Grangenett, Henry and Marie Grangenett were shoppers at Algona lost Thursday afternoon. Lambert and Mary Ann Ventelcher, Mrs. Geo. Arndorfer and daughter, Edith Mae were at Forest City last Thursday having dental work done. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Goetz and family of Wesley and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Llchter of Algona were Sunday dinner guests of the ladles' parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Arndorfer. Mrs. J. O. Downs entertained a group of children and their mothers on Monday afternoon In honor of her daughter, Marcla Ann's third birthday. Ice cream and cake were served. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kunkle last week Wednesday nd she has been named Edna Ellza- ieth. Mr. and Mrs. August Helnen are also parents of a baby girl born the ame day. Philip Immerfall, accompanied by his mother, Mrs. C. Immerfall, left last Tuesday for Mitchell, South Dakota, where she will again spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Hugh Jones. Mr. Immerfall returned home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Huschka and 'amily, Mrs. Anna Huschka and Lorraine and Louisa, Mrs. Josephine Ros- enmeyer, Mrs. Frances Miller artf son, Robert and Phillip Atnan were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer. The card party gievn at the school hall last Tuesday evening was well attended, and a good time was had by nil. Prizes for bridge for high were awarded to Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer and second high to Henry Arndurfer, for five hundred, high to Mrs. Lawrence Cink and second high to Louisa Huschka. Door prize went to Mrs. Otto Beckman. next card party will be given next week Tuesday evening. Everybody it invited. Seneca Boy Injured Seneca: Little Donnle Lee Sharp h*4 the misfortune of falling down stall* one day last week and broke his collar bone in the fall. More Alfalfa and Less Corn Stimulates Proper Rotation Insuring More Fertile Soil Higher yields from less acres. Balanced feed for live stock and soil Plan for Economic Agriculture Since 1914 corn acreage has increased about 1,500,000 acres in Iowa. Hay and pasture land show a decrease. There never has been a surplus of alfalfa in Iowa. We need 500,000 acres of alfalfa for hog pastures. That is about the entire alfalfa acreage today in Iowa. We need about 2,000,000 acres for hay for our dairy and beef cattle. Sheep, poultry and horses thrive on this wonder crop. We welcome this alfalfa program in our trade territory. "An acre of alfalfa for every cow and one acre of alfalfa for every five brood sows," sounds like a safe and profitable program. Hear "Alfalfa Hutch" at the Gall Theatre, Algona, Nov. 24th. It's free to Everybody. I 'Gobble it up' on Thanksgiving Don't Forget Ice Cream FOR THANKSGIVING DESSERT —As important as the turkey If you want to touch off that big dinner with a lighter refreshing dessert. Get It in mixed rich flavors and have it delivered at Just the right time. Bricks, bulk, or Individual molds. Algona Ice Cream & Candy Factory Phone 270 Algona, Iowa. Burt Creamery BURT, IOWA. price of ONE plus ONE CENT WHAT IS THE ONE CENT SALE? 10,000 Rexall Drug Stores throughout the United States take part in this tremendous sale! Due to seaionaldemand a few of these items may have been sold at prices lower than the regular prices listed here... but never as low as on this sale! No limit to the amount of merchandise you may buy. Just add one cent to the regular price and get one more similar package. Don't miss this chance! 24 tablets 1box25c Purefest ASPIRIN For headaches and other pains. 2for26c REXALL ORDERLIES Candy laxative that's safe always. 60 tab. 1 box SOc for |- 4 9 JL C JASMINE face powder popular powder in a new economy New Size jj* e 1 box 50c2for51c Rexall Tooth Paste Guards against decay. Keeps teeth sparkling with least effort I 1 tube +\ *\t+ 25c 2for26c Purel-est Epsom Salt Activates boVels naturally. Pure W Ib. size 16o 2 for 16« 1 Ib. size 25e 2 for 26« VALUES SO EXTRAORDINARY THAT WE CAN ONLY AFFORD TO OFFER THEM FOR ONE HOURI THURSDAY ID h II A.M. or While they last JASMINE TOILET SOAP regular Yields rich creamy lather quickly. 60o value French milled to make it economical. 6 , , O A«i ONLY ONE SAIE cakes for AO£ TO A CUSTOMER FRIDAY 10 ro ll A.M. or while they last REXALLMlik of Magnesia TOOTH PASTE regular At 3 for 26c here Is a value that 75o value thrifty shoppers will appreciate! 3 tubes for 2OC roYcusTc JASMINE BEAUTY CREttMS Popular fragrance, flne textured creams. for 36C SATURDAY 2 ro 3 P. M, or while rhey last SHARI Face Powder regular $2 valu* 2 boxes for $ 1 01 Soft, fluffy, clinging, exquisite In texture ... in a dainty silken box. ONIV ONE SALE TO A CUSTOMER SAVE ON HUNDREDS OF &TEMS YOU NEED EVERY D^ 1 pound VINCENT'S assorted CHOCOLATES 2 for 61C PERMEDGI RAZOR BlADfS pkg.of525c 2for26c REXALL BEEF IRON and WINE $ l P oo2,or*l 01 Milk Chocolate A tasty wholesome bar. 'A Ib. bar 19c 2ror2Oe MI31 DENTAL PASTE 1 tube SOc 2 for 51C Analgesic Balm Quick relief for pain. 35c 2 for 36c REXILLANA For stubborn coughs, * oz< *% ei SOc .4 for 51C CASCADE POUND PAPER, OR ENVELOPES 40c 2 for 41 C 1 P ETROFOL AMERICAN 1 pt. M __ 50c 2 for 51C KLENZO Cocoanut OIL SHAMPOO t 1 bottle^ __ I 50c 2 for 51C P E P T O N A For health, strength, BAY RUM | Smooth after shave. 5Oe 2 for 51C MELO-MALT Rich in Vitamins. 1 •**• O . £l O1 •• *— *• Wl Mi 31 SOLUTION lha "Mouth Tailed" AnMiepMc 'Pint f. __ 49c 2 for 5OC OPEKO MALTED MILK a" 2for*! 01 KLENZO DENTAL CREME |29e* 2for30c 1 You Need Every One of These I ALCO-REX i RUBBING ALCOHOL pint 2for26d GLYCERINE and i ROSE WATER 4 ounces ...Jl bottle n nn. ll4 2ScZforZBC Puretest MINERAL OIL 75c 2for76c HASKELL'S . „ _ - I MILK of MAGNESIA P ir.i 2 for 3IcI PURETEST CASTOR OIL 3 ounces I FIRSTAID SANITARY NAPKINS 1 doz, *% +%/+ 25c AforZOC HOBART'S ASPIRIN bottle of 100 i for 31cl CHARMONA COLD CREAM REXALL Theatrical I Cold Cream I Pound 75c POUND JAR 2for40c|2for76cS Ml 31 SHAVING CREAM SMOOTHER, COOIEK, SHAVES Itube *) G>4 SOc AforOl MASCAL'S ALMOND HAND LOTION full pint for 40c MARTEL'S LILAC VEGETAL i for 26c [Harmony Cream of Almonds 1 bottle 3Sc 2for36c Firstaid Zinc Oxide Plaster 1 In. x 5 yds. 29c 2for30c ELI COTTON POUND ROLL IPURETEST COD LIVER OIL 1 pint $1.00 PURETEST MERCUROCHROME WITH APPLICATOR 25°c 2for26c REXALL Shaving Lotion 1 bottle SOC 2'"51c Rexall Cold Tablets SPECIAL 1 box 25C 2*>r26c KLENZO | Shaving Cream 1 tuba 2Sc 2(or26c PURETEST .. MILK OF yj| MAGNESIA Neutralizes acids. 1 pint SOC 2 for SlC OPEKO COFFEE A special blend vacuum sealed to keep it f K. D. JAMES Algona, Iowa AGAREX MINERAL OIL WITH AGAR ACAR EMULSION 2for*l°* PIKER'S ILASOL Prevents chaps. Softens the skin. 1 bottle SOC 2 for 51e STORE SYMBOL WATER BOTTLE a quart size 1 hot. UOO 2 for

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