The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 24, 1950 · Page 17
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 24, 1950
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Circles Meetings Last Week The members of Circle 1 of the Congregational church met at the home of Mrs. Richard Norton, Tuesday, January 17, at 8 o'clock. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. John Ferguson. Mrs. Alice p'Rourke and Mrs.-Willard Zeigler. Circle 2 met Thursday, January 19, at the home of Miss Ella Thompspn at 1:15 o'clock. Those assisting were Mrs. L. A. Copp find Mrs. Hugh Raney. Circle 3 also met Thursday, I January 19, at 1:15 o'clock at the home of Mrs. S. D. McDonald. Assisting her were Mrs. Ralph Elbert and Mrs. Carl Hutchins. I Party On 19thT Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sankey of . Bode entertained in honor of J their daughter, Hazel, on her 19th I birthday, recently. Guests were I Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Elbert, Mr. Iftnd Mrs. Ben Butterfield and I family, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. San- Ikey and family, Donna Jean I Smith and Thomas Gronbach, I Herman Blake, and Delbert San- Ikey. Cards were played and a •nice lunch was served. Miss San- Ikey received many lovely gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sankey jlso honored Hazel with a party, and guests were Donna Smith, Delbert Sankey, Tommy Gronbach and Paul Gronbach. Father 8t Son Banquet The Methodist "Fathers and cms" banquet was held Thurs- Say evening, January 19. Mrs. Howard Platt and Mrs. George Scuffham were chairmen and their circle members assisted in Ihe serving. Due to this, January *nd April circle met that afternoon. Cheri Boeckholt, Two Mr. and Mrs. W. Boeckholt entertained at an evening party, Friday, Jan. 6, in honor of the 2nd birthday of their daughter, Cheri Ann. Guests were the maternal g randparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Imore, Mr. and Mrs. James Elmore, Leo and Charles, Elmore, Mr. and Mrs. Jens Sorenson, Mrs. Edna Mitchell, Mrs. Nell Wickey, and Katherine Wood,'and the respective families. Games were played by the children. The adults played cards, at which the high score prize was won by Sorenson and the low score prize went to Mrs. James Elmore. W. S. C. S. circles of the Meth- bdist church met Thursday Afternoon, Jan. 19, as follows: Sept., Mrl D. A. Barnard; Oct., Mrs. Edna Smith; Nov.. Mrs. fheo Hutchison; Dec., Mrs*. A. A. Sterling; Jan., no meeting; Feb., Mrs. Don Nelson; Mar., Mrs. A. E. Jauritzen; Apr., no meeting; May, Irs. W. A. Vigars. V. F. W. Auxiliary Tea At a meeting of the V. F. W. Auxiliary, Friday, Jan. 13, in the new hall, two new members were accepted, and plans were made for a tea to be held Jan. 27th at the home of Mrs. H. S. Montgomery for prospective members. A kitchen shower to help furnish the new hall was planned for Jan. 20 at the home of Clwa Funk. Mrs. Curtis Muth, Auxiliary president, presided at the Friday night meeting. The auxiliary served the Farm Bureau dinner, Thursday evening, in the new building. Congregational Women The Congregational Women's Association circle meetings were held as follows: Tuesday evening, Jan. 17, with Mrs. Alice O'Rourke, assisted by Mrs. John Ferguson and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley; Circle 2, Thursday, Jan. 19, at 1:15, with Ella Thompson, assisted by Mrs. L. A. Copp and Mrs. Hugh Raney; Circle 3, Thursday, afternoon at 1:15, with Mrs. S. D. McDonald, assisted by Mrs. Ralph Elbert and Mrs. Carl Hutchins. Fun And Due Club / Mrs. Francis Froehlich was hostess to the Furt. and Due club, Thursday. Three, new, members were present, Mrs. Clarence Arndorfer, Mrs. Albert Kramer and Mrs. George Vitzthum, Millions of housewives* know through eiperienco that Maytag i* the finest. Maytag'* famous Gyrafoam action will get clothe* dean now . , . and through the yean. 800 the finest— gee a Maytag today! •Over 5H million M«yUgi have boo «oU— f«r more than any other wuher made. Tht Moylog Matlw (above) — finest Maytag ever! Huge, square aluminum tub has extra-large capacity; 117095 keeps water hot longer. I/O Ths Mayta* Commander— with large, square porcelain tub and famous Uyra- foam action. TlM Maytag ChW- lain — America's finest low-priced washer — economical, efficient Come in NOW for YOUR FREE DEMONSTRATION! WallukaH . Weydert Wedding Betty Wallukait, above, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wallu- kait of Algona, became the bride of Hubert Weydert, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Weydert of Algona in a ceremony performed today, Jan. 24, at St. Cecelia's Catholic church by Father P. P. Gearen. Lorraine Rahe was maid of honor, and Eleanor Weydert acted as bridesmaid. Howard Weydert and Don Reding attended the groom. The bride attended and gradu- ted from Algona high school, and has been secretary at the high school. The groom is a graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy. , The popular young couple carry \yith them a host of congratulations and best wishes on this occasion. Pupils In Recital Mrs. G. W. Sefrit is presenting her piano pupils in a mid-winter recital, Wednesday evening, Jan. 25, at 7:30 p. m., at the library. The following students will appear on the program: Barbara Bourne-, Julia Ann Bourne, John Cotton, Joyce Brand, Jill Clapsaddle, Virginia Fristedt, Kirk Hayes, David Hutchins. Alice Kresensky, Jane Lev.-is, Mary Lou Mawdsley, Judy Murtagh, Ruth Seeger, Judy Soren sen, Shfeila Sullivan, Marcia Stillman, Calvin Tschetter. The public is cordially invited. Santa Came Back Christmas was a little confusing to Paul and Conrad Hawkins, for having had "Santa Claus" arrive on the traditional date, he came again Monday, Jan. 8, for the benefit of the 18-months-old brother, JoeL who, on the holiday, was In.isolation at the children's hospital at Iowa City. The boys have decided "Santa" is really a mighty good fellow to make a second appearance, and they enjoyed the return engagement" to the fullest extent. Joel was a happy child with a left-over Christmas tree with all the trimmings and plenty of gifts. Presbyterian Women The Presbyterian Women met Thursday, afternoon, Jan. 19, a one-fitteen o'clock luncheon, with Mrs. Firman Laing as chairman. The program was given by Mrs. Alfred Schenck, Mrs. B. G. Holcomb, and Mrs. Helen Trauger and led a discussion. The luncheon was preceded by ,3 meeting in charge of the Rev. Gilbert Kuyper. Birthday Party John Platt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Platt, celebrated his seventh birthday Jan. 17, and was host to the following friends from four till six o'clock: Bill Sigsbee, Robert Percival, Dennis O'Rourke, Larry Sprague, Bill Higgins, Barbara • Bartlett, Karen Haase, and Jean and Marilyn Beardflley. Games furnished the amusement, after which lunch was served. FOUR-LEAF CtOVERS Mrs.. Echo MofanJQUw oJL,QaU*, fornla but prtviouafy a farrtfwire near Ruthven, has a collection of some four thousand four-leaf clovers,- framing them in three 3x5 foot panels. All were picked up by her on the Ruthven farm. Henry Tlemans Of Fenton Wed 49 Years, Jan. 20 Fenton — Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tieman celebrated their 49th anniversary Friday afternoon, Jan. 20. Those of their family who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dreyer, Joan and Jane, Mr. and Mrs. Art Tietz of Lakota and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tieman and Terry. Circle At Duncan Home The Lillian Kelly circle met Thursday in the home of Mrs. Floyd Duncan, conducted by Mrs. Rimers. Devotions were given bv Mrs. Art Kalbrick. The lesson was given by Mrs. Fred Newol from "Women of the Bible." Mrs. Rex Wolfe had charge of the special feature. She showed pictures and told of her trip to California. The February meeting will meet with Mrs. Fred Newel. Fenlon Forwards The Fenton Forwards 4-H club met Wednesday evening in the home of its leader, Mrs. Paul Eigler. Eight members were present, and two leaders. A demonstration was given by Mrs. Gerhard Hantelman, assistant leader. Lunch was served at the close of the evening. Bridge Club Hoiieis Mrs. G. B. Johnson was hostess to the U-Deal-M Bridge club at her home Tuesday afternoon. Four tables were in play, with Mrs. Clarence Wegener winning high score honors, Mrs. Paul Eigler second high, Mrs. Alvin Zu- mash low and Mrs. E. J. Frank high for the guests. Guests were Mesdames Fred Newel. Chas. Newel, E. J. Frank, E. K. Johnson and Art Krause. Circle Meeting ' The Joy Smith circle met Wednesday, Jan. 18, at the home of Mrs. Carrie Voigt, with fifteen members present and the following guests: Mrs. Mary Hansen, Mrs. Olga Huskamp and Mrs. Eugene Huskamp and Trudy. The meeting opened with an article, "Recipe for a Happy Year," read by Circle Chairman Mrs. Don Weisbrod. The treasurer, Mrs. Hugh Carney, reported that the circle had turned in $131.64 toward the apportionment and $9 to supply work Devotional leader was Mrs. J. A. Schwartz. The lesson from "Women of the Scripture," was given by Mrs. Earl Crouch. Mrs. John Munch had the special feature. Mrs. C. C. Voigt and Mrs. John Behrends had the special sale. Lunch was served by Mesdames Russell Jensen, Donald Hippie, Earl Crouch, Dettman Neilson, Lyle England, Hugh Carney, Elmer Weisbrod and Carrie Voigt. Feb. 15 meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Lyle Newel, with Mrs. Russell Jensen assisting. . .Edward. Everett, famous orator, delivered an address two hours long at the Gettysburg dedication. Benjamin Franklin was the first 'Postmaster of the United States. High Test Hofstein Bratileboro, Vt., Jan. 5 — lodet Chieftain Ormsby/ Elm a, a registered Holstein-Friesian cow owned by Herman Soderberg, Bancroft, la., lias completed a 307- day production test of 457 pounds of butterfat and 13,304 pounds of milk made in Herd Improvement Registry. Testing was supervised by Iowa State College of Agriculture in cooperation with The Holstein-Friesian Association of America. A.I.B. At Lalcota Des Moines A. I. B. girls basketball team had an easy time downing Lakota's girls, 62 to 35, in a basketball game played at Lakota, Thursday night. But the team had a much harder time getting back to Des Moines, Friday. The team left Algona, in two Cars, Friday morning, and due to the icy conditions of the highways, got only to Ft. Dodge before being temporarily stopped. Despite bad weather last Thursday evening, a fair crowd witnessed the game. Guess Who? The pony express was established between San Francisco and St. Joseph, Missouri on April 3, 1860. luesday, January 24, 1950 Algona Upper De» Molnw—5 READ THE WANT ADS—IT PAYS To the first reader wno phones 1100 with the correct guess on the identity of above person, your choice of free brake adjustment or free grease job will be awarded at R&CMOTORS Dodge & Nebraska Packard Dealers I :' CHILLY APPLIANCES $«U Th« Be»lr-5«rvfc» the We Install With NO CHARGE for labor CrU| y' s Wl °"* Phone 399 On Winters coldest days-get to and tetter 1950 WHITE CROWN ! Gfft"SiCOft9St9timjff_ that's a big order but not too big for this new-formula gasoline. With new and better 1900 White Crown you start— fast! And on top of one-second starting, you get . . . ^ &> actually 10fo faster warm-up than with the premium gasolines in general use last winter. With this new STANDARD WHITE CKOWN GASOLINE, you start and stay started without a lot of sputter, 8 tailing and battery strain, and you get all the knock-free power your engine can deliver. STANDARD That'* why wa say 1990 White Crown Is the £EST WINTER 6AS »H CAM Wt ! Standard Oil Products Storm & Hopkins Super Service Phon* 132 State and Jones SICK DOG and DEAD CAT SALE 1947 Plymouth Special Deluxe 2- door sedan. New rubber, low mileage, fully guaranteed. Heater. Fog lights. 1946 Chevrolet Flectmaster town sedan. Good rubber, motor just overhauled. Heater, Mechanically guaranteed O.K. 1946 Plymouth Deluxe 4-door sedan. Excellent rubber, guaranteed. Bargain price. 1940 Chevrolet Master Deluxe town sedan. Heater, visor, s<»* covers. New battery, just overhauled. Priced to sell. 1950 license. 1941 Chevrolet half-ton pickup. Motor very' good, body rough. Make us an offer. 1938 Plymouth 2-door sedan. Excellent motor and tires. Sealed beam lights. Inexpensive transportation. ALSO: 1937 Plymouth 4-door sedan. Good rubber, good tires. Priced to sell. 1937 Olds 4-door sedan. Runs. Starts like a top. Lots of automobile at a good price. See These Fine Specimens at Allen Motor Co. Diagonal and Elm Streets — Algona — Phone 595 COTTON'S I»5O Price List All Chick* are from rigidly culled flocks and pullorum tested to a tolerance of much less than V4 of 1%. All flocks are culled and tested twice before any egos are taken for incubation. NO HATCHERY IN THIS TERRITORY OFFERS A LOWER TOLERANCE IN THEIR TESTING. OUR GOAL IS PULLORUM FREE FLOCKS AND WE ARE GETTING THERE FAST. We use K Polyvalent Antigen in our testing; this Is the only antigen that gets out all types of pullorum reactors. Big Lopped Comb White Leghorns-S. Run $12.4O-Puflets $25.50-Males $2.50 SPECIAL MATING WHITE LEGHORNS This is our fifth year of hatching two grades of White Leghorns. Th.'i grade is from U.S. Certified or U.S.R.O.P. Candidate Mating Eggs or their immediate off spring. We sell more of them each year—Folks really like them. Straight Run $15.40 Pullets $31.50 Males $4. BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS This is our second year of getting these eggs from one of the better known poultry breeders of Iowa. They are from pullorum clean eggs. These are the largest eggs we set and they make large birds. Straight Run $14.40 Pullets $23.40 Males $10.40 PRODUCTION BRED REDS This is the third year that we are getting eggs from this same breeder. They are wonderful layers—we will gladly furnish you the names of people who have had them for two years—they are getting them for the third straight year. Pullorum Clean Flocks. Straight Run $14.40 Pullets $23.40 Males $10.40 AUSTRA WHITES The finest U.S. Certified Black Australorp Males mated to Big Egg Producing White Leghorn Hens and Pullets. They carry lots of good hybrid vigor. Straight Run $12.40 Pullets $25.50 Males $4.50 RED X LEGHORN CROSS This has proven to be the most profitable and popular Leghorn crosses. They are bred for stamina, quick maturity and high egg production. Straight Run $12.40 Pullets $25.50 Males $4.50 LEGHORN X ROCK CROSS We have mated Big Egg Laying Strain White Rock Hens with some of the best White Leghorn Males. Straight Run $12.40 Pullets $25.50 Males $4.50 RED X BARRED ROCK CROSS This is the old faithful of the heavy breed cross. We have customers that like them batter than the high price IN BRED CROSSES. The males weigh up to 10 Ibs. at maturity. They make wonderful capons. Straight Run $ 14.40 Pullets $23.40 Males $ 10.40 SEXED CHICK GUARANTEE We guarantee 95% accuracy on all orders for pullet chicks—no sex guarantee on heavy males unless the pullet chicks are sold. EARLY ORDER DISCOUNT SOc per 100 off on all orders received before March 1st for delivery any time during the season. CASH DISCOUNT 3% OFF FOR CASH WITH ORDER-THIS REALLY IS QUITE A SAVING. CHICKS READY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY FORENOONS J. Cotton Hatchery Phone 12 P. O. Box 32 Lone Rock, la. OUR GUARANTEE-A SATISFIED CUSTOMER

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