The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 21, 1957 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 21, 1957
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(10. j Op^*t &M Motrr* Thurtdoy, Morch 21, 1957 LuVeme Lady Home After Hospital Stay LuVerne — Mrs John Groh has returned from the Lutheran hospital, Fort podge where she underwent major surgery and was hospitalized two weeks. Mrs Charles Heinkel entered the Lutheran hospital. For'. Dodge, March 6. for medical attention. Soldier Burned Mr and Mrs Bert Putzstuck have news from their son Corp. John Putzstuck, stationed at Fort Sheridan, 111., telling he has been hospitalized the past two weeks. John, a cook, was severely burned when a kettle of boiling water was spilt over his back and right side. He is now improving and out of the hospital. Mr and Mrs G. M. Will had as recent dinner guests Saturday evening Mr and Mrs Pat Myers an'd Mr and Mrs George Gaskill of Corwith. Mr and Mrs Elmer Kubly had as dinner guests, Mr and Mrs Eslel Brown of Watertt>Oi Mr and Mrs Fred Goetsch and DSrlene, her mother, Mrs Clara Baumgartner and Lewis V. Black were recent visitors in Des Moines in the home of Mr and Mrs Julius Gramenz, brother of Mfs Baumgartner. Mr and Mrs Elmer Kubly and Dale were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Art Cffrlson in Cowrie. Mrs Clara Rogers returned home from a two weeks visit in thli home of h»r son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Jack Lewarne, John and Jane in Fort Dodge. We Have AUROYIM and a complete supply of all CYANAMID products for your livestock and poultry. f • HAMILTON • HATCHERY « ALGONA - LUVERNE * WESLEY Mrs Kate Barton visited a week in Fort Dodge in the home of her sdh-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Dwight Hargroves and family. Mr and Mrs Leslie Pechumer had as recent dinner guests, Mr and Mrs Clarence Jurgensen and sons of Corwith, Mr and Mrs Robert Murray and family, Mrs Clara Wolf and .Mrs Kate Barton. Mr and Mrs Lewis S. Balik of Calrnar and Miss Emma Puffer of Spillville visited Saturday and Sunday in the Mr and Mrs Fritz Bily home. They are the parents and aunt of Mrs Bily. Mr and Mrs Joseph Putzstuck, Kim and Danny visited over Sunday in the home of her mother. Mrs Beulah Whipple and other relatives in Dakota City. Mr and Mrs Dennis Schulz of MarshalItown were weekend visitors with their parents, Mr and Mrs Herman Schulz and Mr and Mrs Otto Ramus. Mr and Mrs James Sloter of Forest City visited in the parental, Mr and Mrs William Prior home. Paula, Phyllis. Danny and Douglas Block spent several days with their mother, Mrs Carol Block and grandparents, Mr ancj Mrs Arthur Henry in Pocahontas. Pfc. Larry Werner, Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., his friend Karen Richardson of Ruthven were afternoon callers in the home of his sister, Mr and Mrs Billy Hardcopf and son Mark. Mr and Mrs Jack Roos, Jan and Lynn had as recent guests Mr and Mrs William Wanders and son Jerry of Grand Rapids, Mich. The ladies are sisters. Mr and Mrs Fred Baumgartner left' Saturday for Augusta, Wis. to visit- their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Durwood Burtis and daughter Peggy. Albert A. Schipull was in Chicago attending a R.E.A. con^ vention. Mr and Mrs Eugene Klassey and son Donnie of Fort Dodge were evening visitors in the home of his uncle, Mr and Mrs Clifford Holmes and Douglas. Mr and Mrs Clifford Holmes entertained the Bid Nine 500 Card Club in their home with all members present. Three tables were in play. High Mr and Mrs Guy Andre, low, Mrs Vcrnon Daley and Mrs Harold Meyer. Travel prize, Harold Meyer. The club will meet next with Mr and Mrs Billy Hardcopf March 23. Mr and Mrs Stewart Harvard. Larrie and Craig of Rockford, Illinois visited Saturday to Monday in the parental, Mr and Mrs Albert A. Schipull home. Mr and Mrs Robert Barber and sons visited • with their friends, Mr and Mrs Carman Holland and family in Bode. SWEA.£ EAGLE f V f <• *t ( • Mrs Martina Peters who has; been visiting her son and his wife, Mr and Mrs Wm. Peters, Omaha, is now visiting" at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hanson. Doan News By Mrs Ue Kiiey The Doah Junior Methodist Youth Fellowship members met at the Doan Church March 6. Lunch was served at the close of the meeting by Mrs Kenneth Hill and her daughter Lalonie. Rev. and Mrs Paul Heith and sons of Charles City visited at the Ilo Buffington home. Mrs Tom Ellefson and Mrs Harvey Johnson were hostesses at a baby shower for Mrs Lee Teel held at her mother's home Mrs John Hanselman's in Algeria. Mrs Walter Struth and daughter, Mrs Harold Loaders, of New Hartford were Supper guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Oscar Hammond on the evening oi March 1st, Mr and Mrs Ross Buffington, Mr and Mrs Tom Young, Mr and Mrs Clarence Christensen, Mrs Ray Hansen of Titonka, Mr and Mrs Arthur Buffington and family of Forest City, Mr and Mrs Roger Buffington and son oi Keister, Minn., and Mr and Mrs Greenfield of Woden all helped Judy Buffington, celebrate her 16th birthday at the Ilo Buffington home on Tuesday evening, March 5. Mr and Mrs Oscar Hammond helped the Frank Grants move from Corwith to Britt on Friday, March 1. The Doan W.S.C.S. ladies nv* at the home of Mrs Robert Boleneus on Thursday afternoon, March 7. The lesson about "Mental Health" was read bjt Mrs Nola Hoover. Lunch was served by the hostess. Mr and Mrs Darrell Hammond, of Ames and Rhonda Hammond spent a recent weekend at the parental home, Mr and Mrs Oscar Hammond. They helped their parents celebrate their wedding anniversary. Mr and Mrs Judd St. John of Algona were also guests the same evening. Mr and Mrs Ted Hoover Sr ROBINSON PRODUCE •In Algona Has AUROVIM For Your Poultry Needs — Healthy Flocks Mean Greater Profits and prm Kevin spent Motidajf evening at the Roger Hoovei home in Algona. The Doan Woman's Club entertained their husbands at th,e nome of Mr and Mrs Henry Mertz on Wednesday evening, March 6. Lunch Was served bj? the hostess and assistant frost- ess Mrs Rose Struthers. Mr and Mrs Lee Kilcy gffid Betty spent Sunday at the both* of Mrs Ki ley's 'parents, Mr aaet Mrs Charles Schnebly in Albeft Lea. Mrs Sadie Struthers- attended the Mother-Daughter banquet on Tuesday evening. March 4 at Rolfe, at the Methodist church, she went as a guest of Mrs Ted Struthers. All those present at the last Doan Family Night meeting at the Doan Church in February really enjoyed seeing the U. N (United Nations) picture slides that Rev. Goldman was so kind and patient to show and explain. Mr and Mrs Milton Dahl of Altjona visited at the Cliff HOo- ver home recently. v .- ' WE CARRY A ^ COMPLETE SUPPLY AUROVIM FOR YOUR SWINE', AND POULTRY CLOVER LEAF HATCHERY Algona, Iowa 9-10 We Have A Complete Supply of AUROVIM For Your Poultry WHITTEMORE HATCHERY WHITTEMORE, IA. V *. *•>' »« *t »* ing is easy in the YELLOW PAGES It's an t&aroiuul shopping guide and reference jam*faeked with'buying /-Information. Just consult the fellow Pages of your new phone book f& find out where to iwy or i^nt s»y service or product you nead, The Veljew Pages make it &wy for you to locate and identify established firm , , . people with Whom you'll enjoy doing business, l&e the Yellow Pages often. It's the fast, easy, toshopl Find It fait in the YELLOW PAGES Ml Tdephons Gwpotyp Mr and Mrs Cliff Jtoover, Mr and Mrs Ted Hoover, Sr. and Di >ne and Kevin, Mr and Mrs Lu Hoover and Patricia of Corwith. Mr and Mrs Robert Hoover and Jaqulin of Britt, Mr find Mrs Harry Seely of Whitte- moic, Mr and Mrs Diebler of Algona, and Mr and Mrs Totrs Sampson and family all helped Mrs Melvin (Mary) Olson celebrate her birthday at her home iri Algona. Everyone enjoyed the pot-luck supper furnished by all the guests. 'The Lenten Sunday evening services during Lent will be alternated between the t vv o churches Titonka Methodist church and the Doan church. Mi-mbers of both churches attending all services. The first Lehteti Sunday evening was held at the Doan Church on Sunday evening, March 10. Mrs Hallie Davidson and Mrs Eveline Asa attended a meeting at th« Extension office in Algona oft Thursday afternoon, Mat. 7. Now Hattfe and Eveline will give the same lessor! at the Doan Woman's Cltlto meeting which is to be Held at tWe-fiotne of Mrs Dorothy Martihek oft Wednesday afternoon, Marcn 2f. Mr and Mrs Ed Larson aftdf Beverly and Mr and Mrs Franz Teeter and Donna Were Saturday evening visitors at the Harvey Larson home. Notify your Easter Seal Society if you. know a cripple child who needs help. OttosenNows Mr and M*s Edward £inne| entertained the Anniversary club in their home Fridaf , fvfcning bsgiftnihg with, a seven o'clock tea**/' The evening *al spent t>la|rjrtg soo. Present were Mi and Mrs Eugerte HofiUs, Mr and Mrs Hoy f elfofa, Mr aftd Mfr| Miki Coyle* Mr and Mi-8 ftey- thorst Wetirspanh, Mf aftd MH Donald Larson, Mr and Mrs Marti^ Meyer 1 and Mr and Mrs Kermit Fowler. Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz entertained friends at a 500 party Saturday evening in their home. Those present were Mr and Mrs Paul Meyer, Mr and Mrs Louis Jacdbson, Mr and Mrs Ralph Jacobson, Mr and Mrs Jacobson, Mr and Mrs Alia*! Wehrspann, Mr and Mrs Bemarrt Coyle. Mr and Mrs Richard Kirt- seth, Mr and Mrs Conrad Johnson 'and Mr and Mrs Viet of Meyer. Mrs Christ inn Clark of La- Mure, ftorth Dakota, is visiting her sister, Mrs Anna Pwdy. Mr and Mrs tt. J". Nielsen have Muttied home after spending several weeks this winter at Sunrise Beach, Mo. Mf and tyfrs Lester Wehrspann and Roger visited Sunday with her parents, Mr and Mrs Mike Hinz at LuVerne. Mr and Mrs Oliver Lee and Terry and Beverly King and Vickie visited Sunday afternoon at the Carlisle Halsrud home HOG USE AUROVIM TO NAIL DOWN PROFITS YOU COULD EASILY LOSE! Right now during the heavy farrowing period and the worst weather months of the year your hogs need AURQVJM to make profits for you.. AUROVIM, containing AUREOMYCIN® Chlor« tetracycline, important vitamins and mineral pow» der, will not only help you avoid the heavy disease, stress and baby pig losses that occur at this time of year — but will also help you make extra profits. Right now you need AUROVIM to protect your swine against enteritis (scours, vibri^ dysentery, salmonellosis, necro or necrotic enteritis) pneumonia, baby pig diarrhea, and anemia due to iron deficiency. All this means: • More pigs raised • Lees feed required per JOO pounds gain • Earlier marketing *— better "bloom" t Higher gross value per hundred weight • More dollars returned ever feed cost Easy to use ? Sick pigs will drink when they won't eat. Just mix AUROVIM in the water, milk or slop. They go back on feed fast. Get AUROVIM from your veterinarian, druggist or feed dealer today. For free literature write to AMERICAN CYANAMID COMPANY, FARM AND HOME DIVISION, NEW YORK 20, N. Y. ACT FAST! ... right now - bad weather and farrowing time —»is your profit-danger period! Start AUROVIM today and avoid losses. And remember —• AUROVIM given continuously from weaning to market steps up growth rate 10 to 30%. 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