The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 21, 1950 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 21, 1950
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6—Atgona Upper Des Molnes Tuesday, March 21, 1950 II THE MYSTERY FARM" It didn t take long for Walter Ditsworth to on the farm. Walter was in Wednesday and got last. WPPU'S Mvcforv Form •-.h^tn -o «»,„» „<• 41 — the aerial photo to the tenant or owner of the farm carried in the Mystery Farm picture series. There is no charge for the picture. Above is today's Mystery Farm. If it is yours, spot last week's Mystery Farm photo as that of the 360 acre place which he farms, five miles southwest of Bancroft in Greenwood. twp. The farm is owned by Mrs. Jennie Ditsworth, who also lives on the place. There are two homes ^ «»wu*v. AJ bi_»ua.t O -iii^ofccij 1-di 111. Jl it J^ ,yUUI3, just call at the Upper Des Moines office and get your free aerial photo. Ringsted Girl First In Fenton's Amateur Show Fenton — The home talent show was presented Monday evening before a very large audience at the Fenton theatre. First prize was awarded to Irma Justin of Ringsted for a piano solo, "Waltz in E Flat Major." Second prize went to the group of baton twirlers from Lone Rock school, and third, to Doris Beck for her humorous reading, "When Poppa Hung the Wash." The sponsor of the show was the Town and Country Women's club. The club's project for this year is youth guidance, and the money earned will go toward this project. The club has sporn- sored the WHO Town and Country Qui/., and also helps the Boy Scouts and Brownies. The club plans to make a talent show an annual event. Mrs. Rusch Hostess The Laura Robbins circle met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Wendell Rusch. Twelve members and three guests were present. Guests were Mrs. L. F. Weisbrod, Mrs. Charles Weisbrod, Mrs. Frank Mc-Fiill. Devotions were SULMET; FOR URGE ANIMALS Save livestock —Use SULMET Sulfamethazine Lederle A wonder-working «ulf» foi the treatment of such disease* n« — • Necro • White calf icoure •Bacillary enteritis • Pneumonia • Shipping f e«er • Foot rot • Blue bag • Acute ntastltlt • Coccldioil* • Siptlctmia (blood poisoning) Economical • Quick acting Once-in-24 hour treatment... • lu* U a. l-tt off. TIGGES DRUG given by Mrs. Richard Goetsch. Mrs. Melvin Mansager gave the lesson. Mrs. Ray Khyl had the special feature. The April meeting will be with Mrs. Arlo Ronney. Hold Bible Quiz The Lillian Kelly circle met Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Jack Tieman. Mrs. Chri- schilles gave the devotions. Mrs. J. Wallace Smith had charge of the lesson. Mr. Charles Weisbrod had the special feature which was a Bible quiz. Joy Smith Circle Joy Smith circle met at the home of Mrs. Lyle England, Mrs. Dettman Neilson assisting hostess. During the business meeting, the treasurer reported $152.92 had been made by the circle. Report was made on the library fund and supply work. The program: devotions, Mrs. Hugh Carney; lesson, Mrs. Russell Jensen; special feature, Mrs. Lyle Newel; prize to Mrs. J. A. Schwartz. Special sale by Mrs. Geo. Goetsch and Mrs. John Munch. April hostesses are Mrs. Ray Stoeber and Mrs. John Munch. Woman's Club Meets Fenton Woman's club met on Tuesday, March 14, at tho home <>( Mrs. J. A. Schwartz. Mrs. Ray Stoeber, co-hostess. Sixteen members responded to roll call. Mrs. Emma Reimers was a guest. April llth hostesses will be Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod and Mrs. E. J. Frank. Sewing Club Meets Mrs. Jack Tieman the Hook and Eve entertained ievvint; Hub h.-r Mr.-;. Friday afternoon in Other Kue.^ts were Ruhnkc, Mrs. Merit Mr.--., lllerkwenn. ____________ WANT ADS BRINGfl RESULTS Ervin , and TITONKA NEWS Rev. F. Darnauer of Lakota was guest speaker at the fifth Lenten service held at the Good Hope Lutheran church on WeiViesday evening. Mr. Adolph Missal is a patient at Mercy hospital. Mason City, for observation and treatment. Funeral services for Mrs. August Milbrandt were held at the Methodist church in Woden last Thursday. Mrs. Milbrandt was the mother of Edith Milbrandt, who taught in the second grade in Titonka for several years. Miss Marcella Bartlett, who teaches in the fifth and sixth grades on the north side at Mankato, Minn., spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hagen and Joan of Algona spent Sunday in Titonka with their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schram. They came to attend the baptismal service at the Methodist church for their little grandson, Danny Schram, who was baptised by his great-grandfather, the Rev. C. B. Mitchell. Another great-grandson, Bobby Schram, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Schram, was also baptized at this service. Misses Emilie Greber, Wanda Olson, Mary Lee Cole, and Lois Peterson spent the weekend in Des Moines and Ames, visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Schenk and baby daughter .spent last weekend with Mrs. Schenk's parents at Moville, la., and with the parents of Mr. Schenk at Sioux City. Mrs. Edward Nelson, who is attending college at Simpson in Inuianola, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Bonaeker. Mrs. Nelson is the former Dawn Bonacker. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Penning are the parents of a son, Ronaki Eugene, born March !) at St. Ann hospital. Billy Fritz' picture appeared on the front page of the sports section of the Des Moines Register one day last week, as a member of the Wartburg college wresUinj; squad. Billy is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Frit/ and is a freshman ;it Wartburg. NEW LOCATION WE ARE now in our new location, just east of the Iowa Stale Bank, on North Dodge St. on a ground floor location, THIS NEW location will enable us to serve you even better, we think, and you are cordially invited to visit our new home. OUR POLICY will be to continue to serve you with the best in good insurance at the lowest possible rate. Dwelling . . . Household Goods . . . Mercantile . . . Auto, truck, Tractor . . . Liability . . . Bonds BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE L. S. Bohannon 6 No. Dodge St. Phone 103 Lois Graham, Titonka, Is Bride Of Joe Bockelman Titonka — Miss Lois Tola Gra ham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Harvey Graham, and Joe Bocke] man, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Bockelman, were married in a double ring ceremony, March 1 in the Titonka Methodist church Rev. Donald James officiated a the candlelight service which was performed at 7:30 p. m. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. W. A. Schram played Lohengrin's Wedding March, anc Herbert Schram sang "O, Promise Me," and "Because." The bride's gown was of ivory slipper satin with net yoke, trimmed with chnntilly lace. She wore a fingertip veil with Juliette cape rimmed with seed pearls. She carried a bouquet of yellow roses and white sweet peas. Her only ewelry was a rhinestone neck- ace, a gift of the groom. The bride's attendant was her ousin. Velma Larsen, who wore a blue gown and carried a bou- juet of yellow jonquils. The groom's attendant was his Tother. Robert Bockelman. Ush- rs were Warren Gbdden and larry Bockelman. Mothers of the bridal ciuple wore dark dresses with cordages of yellow roses. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the churdh parlors with 100 guests attending. The bride has been employed for the past two years at the Titonka Gamble store. The groom I is employed as a carpenter. The couple left on a short wedding trip and on their return will be at home in the Fred Hogc/ apartments in Titonka. Win Forensic Honors Three of the six high school pupils attending the forensic contest at Morningside college recently were given awards. They were accompanied by their dra~- matics teacher, Emilie Greber. The pupils receiving ratings READ ABOUT AMES IN-CROSS CHICKS * IN THE FARM and HOME SECTION of The Algona Upper Des Moines This Week Cloverleaf Hatchery Algona, Iowa were Joan Johnson, with her interpretive reading, "The Congo"; Herbert Tjaden, radio speaking, "Race Prejudice" and Amy Fisher, radio speaking, "Mercy Killings." They are now eligible for the state forensic contest to be held 'n Iowa City on March 30 and 31. At the sub-district speech meet Fahrenhollz, Mary Ann Nordman, Joan Johnson, and Herbert Tjaden were awarded superior and excellent ratings, ana will represent Titonka in the district contest held at Rolfe on March 25. Homemakers Elect Fourteen women attended a Homemakers meeting, held at the home of Mrs. Henry Orthel on Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Ray* mond Bartlett and Mrs. Orthel led the lesson. Plans were made to attend the county meeting held at Hurt on Friday for their last lesson on "Home Grounds Improvement." Officers for the coming year were elected. They are Mrs. Hen- leld at Clarion recently, Irvin ry Orthel, chairman, and Mrs. Stanley Harris, vice chairman Mrs. Miller Nelson and Mrs. Raymond Bartlett are the retiring officers. W.S.C.S. Circlet Meet The following circles of the Methodist W.S.C.S. will meet on Wednesday, March 22. Circle I at the home of Mrs. Dale Higgins, Mrs. Ray Hansen, Jr., assisting hostess; devotions will be led by Mrs. C. F. Callies and leader of the lesson will be Mrs. Maurice Keil. Circle II, hostesses, Mrs. Howard Sparks and Mrs. Charles Cooper. Devotions, Mrs. Wayne Miller; lesson, Mrs. R. L. Krantz. Circle III, hostess, Mrs. L. F. 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(There are some samples of those small ads in this section.) In one of those ads, there will be a lucky number. And whoever holds the ticket stub for that number will receive a gift from Cowan Building Supply. It won't be a giant jackpot or anything like that, but it will be a useful gift, worth probably five bucks or somewhere around there .... l There isn't any catch to this-you don't have to buy anything or sign your name even-but you do havB to drop into the store to get a ticket. And you can drop in for a ticket as many times as you like. We will draw the lucky number each Saturday night. You don't have to be present to win. All you have to do is keep AIL your tickets, and then watch for your number in the little ads. And who knows? You might be the lucky winner . . . + + + COWAN 210 East State Street Algona, Iowa CO Phone 275 W A L L P A P E R S FOR 1950! 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