The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 3, 1955 · Page 40
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Meat-Type Bring Premium YIELD & VALUE PER 100 IBS. LI VE WEIGHT (Based on Average for 1954 af Chicago; Compiled by U. S. Department of Agriculture) Which Is The Reason Pork Raisers Should Breed For Meat - Type CUTS HAMS LOINS PICNICS BUTTS FAT FOR LARD BELLIES MISCELLANEOUS TOTAL U. 5. NO. YIELD (°o) 13.1 10.0 6.8 5.4 11.3 10.2 11.2 68.0 U. S. NO. 3 YIELD (°=) 11.7 9.0 6.2 4.8 15.9 11.2 10.2 69.0 WHAT THE INDUSTRY CAN DO FARMERS: Learn to know meat-type hogs. Feed protein for meat. Sort out and sell correctly finished hogs. MARKETS: Promote marketing of meat- type hogs through improvement committees, slides and movies, grading demonstrations, personnel training, and grading of hogs where price differentials warrant. PACKERS: Encourage production and marketing of meat-type hogs by offering to buy hogs, when sorted, on the basis of their market value. RETAILERS: Increase pork sales when the cuts are in line with consumer demand—lean and meaty. (Extension Service—U.S.D.A.) THE FARMER WHO STARTS DEVELOPMENT OF A MEAT-TYPE HERD TODAY IS ON THE RIGHT TRACK WE PAY A PREMIUM FOR MEAT-TYPE HOGS No Matter What The Market May Be, MEAT- TYPE Hogs Bring MORE! Phone 107 - We'll Come To Your Farm And Tell You Your Amount of Premium, For Delivery To Us Any Day of The Week. Western Buyers Is Your Best Market Phone 107 - NOW! A Salute To 4-H. .. NATIONAL 4-H CLUB CONGRESS Four hug« H's are formed by the l.?00 delegates to the National 4-H Club Congress during the 4-H Parade. A dramatic highlight of the National 4-H Club Congress unfolds as delegates parade before a huge audience at the International Live Stock Show in Chicago. The 4-H spotlight is on 1.200 boys and girls from all 48 states, Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico joined wilh guests from foreign countries for the 34th National 4-H Club Congress. The Congress program consisted of discussions by the delegates, tours of the City, banquets and lop-flight entertainment features, and is high-lighted with talks by outstanding speakers. The 4-H'ers also took part in press conferences. Most of one day was spent visiting the International Live Stock Exposition where during the evening program the 4-H'ers presented their annual parade. Congress delegates are selected from the Nation's 2.150.000 4-H'ers through county, state and national competition. In Chicago, 180 were named national winners in 29 award programs and received $49.050 in college scholarships. The Congress is made possible by civic-minded individuals, foundations and industries who in 1955 contributed over $750,000 through the National Committee on Boys and Girls Club Wprk to support 4-H. This year, 110.000 4-H members will be honored through National 4-H Award Programs. The awards consist of trips, medals, watches, U. S. Savings Bonds and other merit awards. In addition, funds are provided for leader training with the grants made through the National Committee. ALWAYS A BOOSTER FOR 4-H AND BETTER FARMING WESTERN BUYERS SiUING TO OVER 200 PROCESSORS OF PORK PHONi 107 * MGQHA, IOWA Fall Changes In Swea City As Families Move Swea City _ Several Swea Lity families have moved to different homes the past month. The Roy Bravenders moved to their new residence on the west side of town. The flattie Fulls house which Ihey had occupied was bought by the Carl Applo- quists who have moved in from the apartments over tht-ir grocery store. The Roger Lindes have moved to their newly frectrd farm home. The Don Goercles family have moved to the house vacated by the Lindes. The Cecil Godfredsons have moved to the Bob Bell apartment vacated by the Eldon Isaacsons who have moved to a farm. A New Arrival A daughter was born Sunday *Oct. 23 to Mr and Mrs Raymond (Gustafson at an Esthervill'e hospital. The Gustafsons live 8 miles northeast of Swea City. Baptize Three I Three babies were baptized Sunday. Oct. l(j at Immanuel Lu- Iheran church. They were Michael Warner Schueler, son of Mr and Mrs John Schueler Jr.; Dennis Todd, son of Mr and Mrs Dennis Loofl: and Bryce Alan, son of Mr and Mrs Clifford Beadle. Greet New Daughter ' A daughter was born Thursday, Oct. 30 to Mr and Mrs John Wells Thompson at an Esthervillo hos- pilal. She weighed 8 pounds. 3 ounces, and has been named Lynn Aree. She is the first child' for her parents, the first grandchild for Mr and Mrs Dettmer Thompson, and the first great-grand child for the E. E. Thompsons. f Mr and Mrs Ernil Larson arc visiting at the home of their daughter, Mrs June McCoy, Racine, Wis. A daughter. Verlene Fay, was born Oct. 17 to Mr and Mrs'Vcrlie Niccum. at St. Ann hospital. Algona. Iowa. Sho is the first daughter for the Niccums. the other three youngsters being sons. Mi Niccum is the vocational agrcul- lure instructor in the Swea City school. Baptist Guild group will meet Friday with the following hostesses. Guild group I. Mrs Raymond Johnson. Mrs Edna Byers "assisting. Group II. Mrs Gladys Hanson, and group III with Mrs Joe Preston. On Sunday, Oct. 30. at 2:30 p.m. there will be a visitalion training school for all Armstrong sub-district Fellowship personnel. The meeting is in charge of the Rev. £L C. CalJahan, Fenton, and will be in the Swea City Methodist church. The Grant Youth Fellowship will meet Sunday evening, Oct. 30 at the home of the Rev and Mrs Hammer, with Mrs Hammer serving refreshments. Instead of the customary throe- act play, the junior class play this j year will be three one-act plays. I which will be presented Nov. Vst | and Nov. 2 at the school audito- j num. The entire junior class will j make up the casts for the. three j plays. Coaches will include Supt. j Ed Stewart, high school principal Randall Webb, Mrs Mildred Johnson and Mrs Sara Welp. Little Richard Elmore. age 2, is reported to be slowly gaming jUoines; ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1955 VOL. 92 - NO. 44 leaf Raking' Party Backfires As 90 Hot Dogs, Six Cases Pop Vanish •WESLEY By Mrs. Viola Studer Back row, left lo right — Danny Engesser, Agnes Elberl, Tim Lickteig, Donald Fandel, Linda Harclgiove. Charlene LaBarre. Sandra Schneider, Judy Lichter, Margaret Goecke, Loretta Hull, Susan Nitchiils, and Mary Helen Cogley. Front row, Gary Mergen. Dick Barry, Philip Kinsi-y. Oscar Frochlich. Richard Dugan. Gretchen Zender. Maiy Bradley, Therese Bradley. Mary Jean Hood. Mary K. Barry, Karen Barry, Carol Flynn, Vicki Hanst-n. G\ven Williams, Sharon McEvoy and LaVange Crowley. "(Algona Upper Des Moines new.sfoto.i. * * * The next time Gene Hood thinks he has found "an easy way out" when it comes to getting his yard raked of leaves, he'll think a second time. A week ago Saturday, prodded by his wife, Gene thought over ways and means of getting the leaves raked without finding himself at the business end of a rake. The Hood's daughter, Mary Jean, happened along, and Gent* began persuading her that rakintj the lawn was a fine, healthy, nut- door bit of fun. Mary Jean, savvy to her father'.-; strategy, replied that it seemed like an awful big yard and an awful lot of work. "Why don't you get some of your friends to help you." said Gene. That was his downfall. Mary Jean took him at his word, and invited her whole class to get in on the act. Twenty eight of the 30 members of thi> Academy 7th grade respondecf. and are pictured here at their "leaf raking party." By the time Gene got through 90 hot dogs and six or seven cases of pop, complete with mus* tard and relish and other similar satisfiers for hungry, leaf-raking appetites, he had just about as big a wqrkout as if he had raked the leaves himself. still with him. but his father who is band instructor in the Swea City school, returned Monday to his teaching duties. Friday. Nov. 4, the All Church Youth party will be held at the Swea City Methodist church. There will be a program in the church, with a layman speaker arid a musical number contributed from each church. Games and refreshments served, follow the formal program. The churches represented are the four Swea City churches, the Baptist. Lutheran. Open Bible and Methodist, also the Grant Methodist church. ST. JOE By Mrs Syl Wagner Mr and Mrs Richard Kohlhaas entertained the 500 Club in then- home on Sunday evening with Mr and Mrs Raich Kramer and Mrs William McGuire as guests. Mrs Leonard McGuire received high prize. Mrs Leo Thilges travel and Mrs Ralph Kramer received low. Carol Reding spent the weekend with Sharon O'Brien at Briar Cliff College in Sioux City. Roman Gales son of Mr and Mrs Ernest Gales Sr.. student at Lovas college, Dubuque, spent the weekend here with home folks. FACE RED Postal officials at Maquoketa were embarrassed recently. The United States flag was hung upside down. Flown in this fashion, the flag denotes "troubles" and the custodian had some until hi- reversed the bunting. Your United States Air Force . . .. i realises a married Airman has a after having had surgery for beam j twofold responsibility, to his tumor Sunday, Oct. 10. at a hos-| .lob in the Air Force'and to his pital in Rochester. His mother is I family. CiOOOCkOOOOO"O.OOOOOO<>OOO.OOOO<>OOvOOOOOiO:O.O;OOOO:oOOOO<?vC \ SURPRISE HER DELIGHT HER WITH A BEAUTIFUL ..J Wesley High School Marching band went to Titonka Friday evening, Oct. 28 to attend homecoming game. Titonka vs. Swea City. Between the halves of the game thn local band joined the Titonka band in a precision drill program. Wayne Pringle of Titonka teaches both groups. Sonia Lein of Royal was a weekend guest of her roommate Janice Paulson. Both are students at Waldorf College, Forest City. Mrs Mary Rockwood, Ruth and Gloria Wise attended a Red Cros.s meeting at Algona Saturday. Oct. 22. Mesdames Lawrence Baylor, Charles Nygaard, Fred Bohn and Lou Lickteig attended a Hobby Show at Algona Friday, Oct. 21. Charlotte Wise and Betty Griggs attended a Youth RalJy at Titonka Saturday, Oct. 22. They accompanied Rev. F. A. Webb. Mrs Pearl Swanson, Mr and Mrs Louis Swanson of Marshalltown and Mr and Mrs Leon Gardner and family were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs Swanson's brother, Fred Seefeld and wife. Mr acd Mrs R. J. Saunche of Eau Clair, Wisconsin spent the weekend at the parental, P. C. Haynes home. Mrs Tillie Loebig went to Chicago Saturday night to visit her daughter and son-in-law. Mi and Mrs John Larson for several weeks. Mrs Joe Krieps was brought; home Wednesday, Oct. 19 from Mercy hospital. Mason City. Mrs Joe Weig had a birthday party Sunday afternoon for her son Michael who was 10 years old that day. Mr and Mrs Don Hanig returned home Saturday from their wedding trip and began housekeeping in the Glenn Fuller house. John Pfeffer and Tommy Forburger, students at the State College, Ames, spent the weekend at their parental, Dr. L. L. Pfeffer and Turn Forburget homes. Mr and Mrs Ben Wagner of Fort Dodge spent the weekend here with his father, Al Wagner. Mr and Mrs J. W. Warner and MOTOR REPAIRS RING of your budget, that certain young lady wi |f j$y*-ed by Jhe b*a,u!ty, brilliance and obviously fine ] * ber Orange Blcsson* diamond riag, A. style pr Her m our wide selection, Guaranteed «ie at any price. S«Jeel now, pa> lajer. ekr - American Gem Society AUGONA.IOWA QO&RXSXiS^ Large Stock of REPLACEMENT PARTS On Hand Prompt Service At Ail Times Service Motors Available For Emergency Use PRATT ELECTRIC CO. daughter Mary, of Davenport were weekend guests in the home of their son and brother, Dr. Paul Warner and family. , Mr and Mrs L. H. Kleinpeter attended a Bankers meeting in Des Moines Tuesday. Wednesday dinner guests at the L. II. Kleinpeter home were Mrs L. F. Smith of Fort Dodge, her daughter, Joan Smith R. N. of La Jollas, Calif., who is spending two weeks at her home, and Mr and Mrs Vincent Kleinpeter. The Wesley Township Home- niakers held their October moet-i ing in the home of Mrs Opal Nygaard with Naomi Hansen, June Attig and Dora Johnson as co-hostesses. Mr and Mrs Ed Hildman had as their Sunday dinner guests their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Robert Kain and son Dickie and the latter's sun and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Bob Kain, all of Algona. Mr and Mrs Win. Stal/er went to Marshalltown Monday afternoon and on Tuesday morning attended a funeral. Mrs Herman Bode and Marlent? attended a Red Cross meeting at Algona Saturday, Oct. 22. Mr and Mrs Mark Bode of Omaha spent the Ot. 10 weekend at the parental Herman Bode home. All were Sunday dinner gue.sts at the Franklin Bode home. Algona Airport Log Oct. 15 — Charter Cessna Ha from Webster City. Oct. 16 — Edward Bauer, Swea City, Super Cub. Oct. 20 — An Aeronca Chief, Ft. Dodge, landed; R. D. Stoneking, Des Moines, Cessna 140. Oct. 22 — Super Cruiser, Clarion, landed. Oct. 24 — W. A. Richardson, Omaha, Beech Bonanza. Oct. 26 — Luscomb from Pocahontas landed; Roy Carwell, Emmetsburg. Cessna UO. I 170 , la. FARM SOLD Near Traer, a 500 acre farm that had been in the family !ur 100 years, was sold recently. It was originally the homestead of Theodore Clark, and had been in the family since 1855. VICTIM 14-month old Leslie Quinn, of Akron, accidentally hinged her- ielf recently as she played on the front porch. A scarf about her neck caufht oa a hook. Today and tomorrow, you and your wife are better off in the US. Air Forct.

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