The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 18, 1955 · Page 23
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 23

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 18, 1955
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thufiday, Augim ifi, 1955 A!gan« (la.) Upper 0« P/»y///s Elsbecker Wed Phyllis, daughter of Mr and Mrs Leo Elsbecker, Bancroft, became the bride of Ralph Simons, St. Benedict, in St. John's Catholic Church at Bancroft, recently. The newlyweds are shown in the above photo by Nels Isaaesen. Rev. J. H. Schultes performed the ceremony. The bride is a graduate of St. John's high school, and has been employed at Wclp's Hatchery. Mr Simon is employed at St. Benedict where the couple is making its home. mont. Biek Phillips was taken id Mason City last Thursday where he is a patient at Park hospital, undergoing further checks and treatment for his heart ailment. He will have to remain at least for the rest of this week. Mrs Phillips and the sons, David and John spent Sunday with him. Mrs Phillips' sister, Almira Turner of Corning, Iowa, her niece, Nan Curtis of San Bernardino, Calif, and her nephew, John Turner of ftio De Janeiro, Brazil were recent visitors here. Bobbie Holcomb, son of Mr and Mrs B. G. Holcomb arrived home last Wednesday from a month's visit with his uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs R. T. Griffith at Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Bobbie made the return trip unaccompanied by airplane, starting al Miami and landing in Des Moines whore his parents met him. Mrs Hoi- corn's sister, Mrs Claudine Dc- Voe, left recently for her home in San FYancisco after a visit ot several weeks here. Mrs George Stewart, Sr. arrived here Sunday from her home in Phoenix, Ariz, and will spend a month in Iowa. She was brought here by her son and wife, Mr and Mrs George Stewart, Jr. who xvent on to Wisconsin* for a vacation. Mrs Stewart, Sr. spent the first part of the week at Buffalo Center with her son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Charles Recker and while in Algona is the house guest of the W. J. Sigsbees. Mrs Stewart plans to come here later in the month to take his wife back to Phoenix. Rites Held At Adel Aug. 4 Funeral rites for Mrs Emii Hagg, 54, were held at Adel Thursday afternoon, Aug. 4, in the Christian Church. Burial was in Memorial Cemetery, Des Moines. Mrs Hagg, a former Algonan, died suddenly Tuesday, Aug. 2, while in the family home al Adel. Gladys Madsen was born in Algona'. She was the daughter of Mrs Anna Madsen. She mar- ncd Emil Hagg in Algona in June, 1920, and lived here until 1925 when they moved Survivors include her husband, five married children, three sisters, Mrs W. E. McCamey, Adel; Mrs Henry Stebritz and Mrs Geo. Miller, Aigona; and two brothers, Clifford, Ft. Dodge; and Raymond, Des Moines. VACATION WITH US ? We invite you—and ihe odds are 70 lo 30 you'll be back year afier year. Ours is the perfect location to enjoy complete relaxation in our modern housekeeping cottages among huge pines away from all traffic and hustle. World's greatest variety fishing in 6 beautiful lakes. May we send you our complete story? SUMMERS 1 PINE POINT Park Rapids, Minn. (21 tn . . AROUND ALGONA . . The Eight Specs Card Club met Wednesday evening with Mrs Esther Helberg. Ken Cowan took his daughter, Patty and Pamela Waller to Lake Okobc'ji Sunday where the girls entered Camp Foster for a IN\V. week session. Mr and Mrs W. A. Foster had as Ih'eir Sunday dinner guests. Mr Foster's brother and sister-in- i law, the Dallas Fosters of Furl Dodge. Mr and Mrs Roger Phillips had a> their guests Monday and Tues- cl..v. Mr and Mrs Dean Carroll and daughter. Penny, of Otturn- \va. Mr and Mrs Craig Smilh went tn Clear Lake Tuesday afternoon t.i gel their daughter. Linda, who ha<l spent the previous ten days attending Camp Gaywood. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pratt have as their guest. Mis Pratt's niece Anita Atkin of Washington, D.C Her biothrr. John, lias been heio lor several days vacationing in .i cottage at Clear Lake. Mrs Sadie Schleiger of Lo# Angeles spent Tuesday here visiting friends. Mrs Schleiger i. c the mother of Bill Schleiger and -he made her home here when he managed the Algona Theater. Mr and Mr Hex Voyles had as then Sunday dinner guests, Miami Mrs Hanford Voyles and two (hildren of Sac City and Mr and Mi> Bob Lovstad and three children of Burt. The Executive Board of the Presbyterian Women's Association will serve a summer offering missionary tea at the church next Thursday. Aug. IB at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs Homer Clark a preparing the program. Mr and Mrs Mitch Taylor and family. Mr and Mrs John Hopkin-; and family and Mr and Mrs Hex Taylor and family arc spending this week at Cork's resort. Lake Okotxi.ii. The men arc commuting to their jobs here. Well Drilling and Jeep-Ditching Contact CLETUS F. ELBERT PHONE 1313 1403 E. Lucats St. Algona, la. Mr and Mrs Tom Sawyer and Tommy and Jeff spent Saturday with friends here. The Sawyers arc former Algnnans. now of De- Moines :md they were spending the weekend with relatives a! Humbuldt. Mrs Allan Buchanan and daughter. Lynn have returned from spending three weeks at Atlantic with Mrs Buchanan's parents, Mr ;m;i Mrs Karl Wiuff. During thp viv.t. Mrs Wiuff had cataract surgery at an Omaha hospital and is nuw recovering nicely. Mr and Mrs Ernest Eg6l and daughter Rocky, spent August 4 at Iowa Cits where Mrs Epel and the little girl underwent check-ups at University Hospital Both of them have had hip surgery and this seini-annual cheek- up revealed lhat Becky will eventually be cured of her aliment. Mrs Beecher Lane and son Cary and Mrs Clara Pratt spent Monday and Tuesday at Dawson. Minn, where they took Mr.- Lane's mother, Mrs Nellie Harvey to be with another daughter and husband, the Aubrey Shrivers. Mrs Harvey's home ts in Manchester and she had beer visiting the Lanes for several davs. Charles Lawson, Lee, Eillen anil Colleen Lawson and Wava Woodward spent Sunday at MiiMin City with Miss Woodward's parents, Mr and Mrs J. 11 Woodward. Roseanne and Phillip Berrie ol Mason City spent the weekend here with their grandparents. Mr and Mrs W. A. Barry, Sr. They are the daughter and son of tin Roy Berries. Wiley Richardson has moved into the house- on West Call street which he purchased from Mr and Mrs Charles Hardgrove. Mr Richardson is a former Algonar. but he has lived in Fort Dudge for about the past 16 years. Mr and Mrs Craig Smith spenl Aug. 7 at Spencer where they watched the golf tournament. Al- siunans playing in the meet were Jerry Ferris. Ted Chrischille.v Nidas Dermand, Phillip Millei and Juhn Canning. Mr and Mrs Murray Mowers and family, Mr and Mrs Bob Lu- Barre and family and Mr a IK' Mrs Charles LaBarre were in Northwoud Tuesday as guests of Mr and Mrs A. C. s Mowers, Murray's parents. The occasion was in" celebration of Murray's birthday. The LaBarre's picked up their daughter, Sue who had been .-pi n .liiiii leu da\.- at Camp Cms- wood,. Clear Lake. Mrs Bob Sigsbee gave a birthday party for her daughter, Judy who was four years old on Saturday. Guests were Becky and Bobby Bilyeu, Dan and Don Courtney, Marcia Winter, Eddie and Don Wi-ishaar. Bobby Hemen, Donald and Nancy Courtney. Jan ChiMn was unable to attend. Adult guests wero Mrs Ed Weishaur and Mrs Bob Winters. Mr and Mrs Ray Johnson and children are staying with M: Johnson's parents, Mr and Mr? Edwin Johnson pending the completion of their new home. l! was erroneusly stated in this column last week that the Johnsons were vacationing at Cleai Lake, and that their new home was a basement house. Mrs Johnson may go to Clear Lake later to visjt her sister and the new home is a full house, not a base- CONVERT YOUR GRAINS TO SOLID MEATY GAINS "As Much As $9.00 Savings Per lOOLbs. Gain" MINERAL MEAL Corn savings now pay off more than ever! And you can get first class RESULTS with your hogs on Sargent Min- ral Meal. Results on corn savings are greatest with proper supplementing. Tests prove that you can save up to 6 bushels of corn per 100 pounds gain, compared to ordinary corn feeding. That cuts normal corn costs in half. If corn is SI.50, you can save up to $9 cash per 100 pounds of gains. On' a 200 pound hog, that adds up to $18. Sargent Minral Meal gets such big corn savings RESULTS, because it has the genuine pork building ingredients. Blends these into a great money-saving hog supplement. Sargent Minral Meal has vitamins, proteins and minryls plus extra factors. On Minral Meal, hogs just naturally make a healthy, profitable finish. 4 Big Meat-Building Supplements All In One Bag — All At One Low Price On Sale Also At Algona Flour & Feed Co. Sargent & Co "Makers of Famous Sargent Feeds" BABY BANTER By BROWN'S DAIRY -».«•: k*^jJL£>£-:... I'm plexedl There's just a lol'a things I can't see thru! Maybe you had better go to school and learn how to be a whi* or sumpthin! "Top Out FOR: r Prices :s Says Article In August 6th Issue of: WALLACE'S Three experts are quoted in the article in Wallace's Farmer. Here they are: S. W. Terrill, University of Illinois swine specialist, explains it th's way: "Hogs put on very litlle lean afler 200 pounds. The extra weight is mostly fat. Weight p ul on while the hog is still growing is most efficient." W. L. Robison, of the Ohio experiment station, says, "Many of our present hogs would rate meal type premiums if they were not'overfinished. A short, chuffy type reaches proper finish at relatively low weights." "Even hogs bred to be meat lyp a gel overfat if fed loo long," advises E. L. Quaife, Iowa Slate College swine specialist. "So keep you r herd topper out. It gives you a better chanco for a meal type premium. And lean pork cuts keep customers coming back for more pork." There's No Question About It! (Like Carcass At Right In Picture) A few glasses of CARNATION milk each day will make you a whiz in every way! Top Out Your Herd - It Gives You a Chance For PREMIUM PRICES FOR MEAT-TYPE HOGS AT WESTERN BUYERS Serving Over 200 Processors of Pork In The U. S. A. PHONE 107 - ALGONA NATIONAL BARROW SHOW AU§TIN,MINN,*§!PT. li-16, EVERY FRIDAY IS "M-DAY" AT WESTERN BUYERS

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