The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 21, 1950 · Page 2
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2—Algona Upper Des Moines Tuesday, March 21, 1950 Cancer Drive Opens With Kick-Off Meeting At Butt Kossuth county's Cancer Drive kick-off meeting will be held this evening, March 21, at the Burt school starting at 8 p. m. H. J. McNertney, Kossuth chairman of the Cancer Crusade, Harold McNeriney will preside, and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr. is chairman of arrangements for the meeting. Mrs. B. G. Tye, state field director of the American Cancer Society, will be guest speaker. She is from Mason City. Mrs. Tye will explain how the cer in Kossuth toUnty last year, ahd 13 of these victims could have been saved according to doctors in Iowa, but they were not because they failed to get to a doctor in time. An active local cancer organization can reach and save these lives, Mrs. Tye says, and at the same time assist in the great battle to conquer cancer through research by raising money for that purpose. Cancer does not always strike "the other fellow", says Mrs. Tye. To be forewarned is to be fore j armed. That is why efforts are being made to set up a strong organization in each county. Can-> cer is curable in the early stages. MM. B. G. Tye dangers of cancer affect everyone. There were 28 deaths from can- Speak Vows In LuVerne Church On March 12 LuVerne — Miss Norma Wilhelm, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Wilhelm of Renwick, Iowa, and Francis Ruberg of Clarion, Iowa, were united in marriage, Sunday. March 12, at 7:00 in the Zion Evangelical Lutheran church in LuVerne, with the Rev. L. Wlttenburg officiating. As the guests were being seated Miss Nadine Wittenburg played a prelude of the bride's favorite selections. Attending the bride were Miss Arlene Wilhelm, sister of the bride, as maid of honor, and Miss Harriet Ruberg, sister of the groom, as bridesmaid. Melvin Kubly, cousin of the groom, was best man, and Dennis Wilhelm, brother of the bride, an attandant. Ring bearers were Kenneth and Ronald Wilhelm, brothers of the bride. Wilhelm and Linda Kubly were flower girls. Dick Hahn. Jr., a cousin of the bride, sang "O Perfect Love" and 'The Lord's Prayer." Following the ceremony a reception was given in the church rooms for 200 guests. Mrs. Chris Schneider, Renwick, was hostess, and Mrs. Robert Wilhelm and Mrs. James McMahon poured. Waitresses for the bride's table were Mrs. Dale Schulze, Mrs. Duane Saathas, and Delores Brownfield. Cutting the cake were Nadyln Olson and Mrs. Ro- bert Olson. Joan Wilhelm was in charge of the guest book, and Alice Ruberg and Margaret Wilhelm, the gifts. The bride, after finishing Vernon Consolidated school, attended the Iowa Beauty school in Des Moines and has been employed at thd Mirjory Beauty Shop in Humboldt. The groom was first employed at a packing plant in Des Moines, later employed at Tobin's in Ft. Dodge. In 1946 he joined the air force, where he was in training at different bases in the United States. He spent two years overseas in the Philippine Islands, returning home Jan. 26, 1950. Following the reception, the couple left on a wedding trip. They will make their home on a farm near Forest City. Carol Rasmussen Wins Portland Twp. Spelldown Portland—The Portland township spelling contest was held Wednesday, March 15, at School No. 5. The four teachers, Melvin Graham, Delores Govern, Anna Murray, and Evelyn Meyers, entered pupils from the fourth to eighth grades. There were 35 contestants. Mrs. W. J. Stewart was pro- nouncer, and judges were Mesdames Donald Ringsdorf, Harold Presthus, Franz Teeter, and Howard Sparks. After two hours of spelling and elimination, Darrell Sparks was winner in written, and Carol Rasmussen, in oral. Thus, Carol won the championship. An Irish Program The Portland Progress club met Thursday at the Ray McWhorter home. Joan McWhorter and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr. sang several Irish songs. Mrs. Howard Sparks read a magazine article. Mrs. Anthony Jandl held a contest, the prize going to Mrs. Tom Trenary. Mrs. W. J. Steward and Mrs. Harold Becker each gave good grooming talks. Twenty-five ladies attended. Assistant hostesses were Mesdames Ed Woltz, Earl Miler, and Martin Becker. At Rutland Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Stewart and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Stewart 'attended the wedding of Ruby Hood, Rutland, and Thomas McBurney, Humboldt, Sunday, March 19. at the Rutland Methodist church. Mrs. Tom Trenary, Mrs. Anthony Jandl, Mrs. Raymond Carlson, and Mrs. Harold Becker attended the Home Beautification Radiantuba Cooking Units have been designed for speedier, more economical cooking. They're flatter and wider—so more heating surface comes in contact with utensils. Tip up for easy cleaning. NEW built-in, full-width FluoN escent Lamp lights entire cooking top. 1 /ft »K higher back-panel on one-piece acid-resisting porcelain top. NEW NEW smarter-looking styling by world-famous Raymond Loewy. switch knobs are out in front, easier to read. There's no need to stoop, bend or reach. NEW 6-60Time-Signal has two speeds—ana for stopwatch accuracy for measuring up to 6 minutes, another speed for measuring accurately up to 60 minutes. NEW storage drawers move smoothly, quietly on new-type, long-life triple Nylon rollers. Model RM-75 —double oven. Only $349.75 8 models of Frigid- aire Electric Ranges starting from $154.75 CRILLY APPLIANCES "We Sell the Best-Service the Rest" We Install With NO CHARGE for Labor lesson, given at the Burt Methodist church, Friday afternoon. • Several children have been on the sick list this week, including John Teeter, Connie and James Drone, and the small sort of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shipter. Henry Smith came home Prl» day from St. Ann hospital and is doing very well after a hernia operation. Candidates For Senator And Governor Visit Phone 399 Phone Crilly's Phone 399 'farmer who is a candidate for the'U. S. Senate on the democratic ticket, was a visitor in Kos- sfoth county last Saturday. Mr. Meyer made history prior to the last presidential election when he Went on the air in behalf of President Tfuhian, paying for the time himself, and predicting Trti- man's election. In addition to farming, he also operates several businesses at Van Meter. Alvin P. Meyer Alvin P. Meyer, the Van Meter children; Lester Gillette Lester S. Gillette, formerly a state senator from this district, has announced his candidacy for 'gorvernor on the democratic ticket. He is from Fostoria, Clay county. Mr. Gillette is a cattle raiser, a graduate of' Iowa State college, and the only democrat ever elected to the state senate from the old 47th distcrict, which included Kossuth at that time is married and has seven John Boekelman 01 Tiionka, 67, Buried Monday THortka — Fufteral services w»r" h" 1 '' Monday at 1:30 p. mi at the Titonka Methodist church nere for John Boekelmah, 67, Who passed away last Thursday morn* ing after a sudden illness. . Rev. Donald James officiated, anfl burial was hi Buffalo twp. cemetery. Mr. Boekelman was the son of Heyo and Mika Boekelman. He was born March 13, 1883, at German Valley. He Worked as a young man at Ackley, and the rest of his life was spent in the vicinity of Gei> man Valley and Titonka. On, March 2, 1910, he was united in marriage to Maggie Rippentrop. The couple lived for 30 years on a farm near German Valley, one year near Lakota, and the remaining six years on a farm north of Titonka. This farm Was the early home of his wife, and place in which they were married. Mr. Boekelman was a member of the Methodist church, interested in community affairs," and served as township clerk and school board president, and was a member of the Triple A committee. He is survived by his wife, and his children; Mrs. MartHa Beenken, Mrs. Simon Sunken, and Joe. Heiko and Robert, as well as seven grandchildren, and three brothers, Heyo of Titonka, Lam bert of Buffalo Center, and An drew of Algona. FARMERS ..... USE "CITIES SERVICE" Spring Farm Service Mr. Farmer: We are as interested in your tractor as we are in your fuel barrel. We are interested in selling the farmer a quantity lot of fuel and greases, yes— because that is the only economical way for a farmer to buy for his operating needs. But we are just as interested as you in keeping your fuel consumption down as low as possible. Our lube man can be helpful—and he wants to be helpful. Let Cities Service give you- more power for your fuel dollar this spring and summer—we sincerely believe we can do just that! R. R. HUTZELL LUBE OILS AND GREASES GASOLINE TRACTOR FUEL DEISEL FUEL Delivered To Farm! NOW-OUR SPRING OIL CAMPAIGN! We're Taking Orders for Farm Requirements! FOR SPRING AND SUMMER Try Our Heavy Duty Oils! Here's a tough, heavy solvent process oil that will take all the wear and tear you can give it. Priced right in line, too. Let us take your order for a supply to your farm now. H O M E F U E L F A R M F U E L O I L S HUTZELL'S CITIES SERVICE ROY R. HUTZELL, Consignee SOUTH PHILLIPS ST. PHONE 122 ALGONA, IOWA TAYLOR IMPLiMINi CO. NEW CASE TRACTOR ADMNS i in when New a all ready to go (These tractors were all just recently < Case Tractors were purchased. They —and everyone a real buy) -1947 Case VAC with cultivator —1938 John Deere B, standard 4-wheel —1938 Case CC with power lift —1947 Massey-Harris with cultivator -1936 WC Allis-Chalmers with new cultivator 1949 VAC Case Twelve with mounted mower 1939 John Deere B with new motor, tires and cultivator All Tractors Are in A-1 Shape USED PLOWS 1-2-14 Oliver TNT Plow, 3 years old 1-2-16 Case, A-1 1—2-14 John Deere 1-2-14 Oliver 1-4-14 Oliver We now have new CASE 15 tt. Discs, New Tractor Planters, New Field Cultivator*. See these quality machines before you buy. OTHER USED ITEMS l-Used 1945 CASE Baler, A-1 shape Used Spring tooth Harrows (Also New Kovar, Case and Galloway Springtooth Harrows) 1-1947 IHC Combine No. 62 with motor 1-1941 CASE A6 Combine with motor 1-IHC Combine No. 61 with power take-off 1-1939-Minneapolis-Mollne 8 Ft. Combine '. $450 See Our Listing Of Good Used Manure Spreaders See the New Case 5'-F2-PTO Combine While Still on Display. We Have Delivered 7 Already This Year, Farmers See This Before You Buy, Spring Work Ahead! OUR SHOP l» Now Handling RIPAIRS • > let Taylor's Do Your Work NOW- Ahead of the RUSH. I "^^^^^^•••••••i TAYLOR €0. Farm M^hinwy^Hudio,, Motor Car, SOUTH PHfcUPS $T.-ALGQNA

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