The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 27, 1948 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 27, 1948
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r X Cije& JANUARY 57, and 'Mrs. E. • J. their 56th W ( cd- Sunday, Janit- It,'was" also Mrs. Titus's 140,7., Their children Were uhday dinner guests< They drfe/Will TituSt with 'whom the h'tfrio'r0d ; couple live northeast of , 'to\Vn^'Mr. and, Mrs. John Smith, , l$K"-'«nd -Mrs,. Oscar Johnson and Mn'ajhd'Mr.,.ahd Mrs.'Joss Hill of 'Algona. ," fTh'eir,, grandchildren aiso^jftteriding', the dinner were Mr.' vend Mrs." Ivan Johns"on and son,"'Mr. and'Mrs. Ray Carlson,' and,''*Mr. .and;,Mrs. Jack Smith.' Ne'ig|ibors' who ,called that afternoon* were the Bert Robinsons, PaUu (Montags, Roily JEjammihs, •Wdlands, Jerry Fox's, 56 Years, Hinor Wesley Couple J.Titus Home ' iNedf Fomily tiMJgJafcU Lester Larsons,' Milton Hinders, Perm Eckels, Mrs. Geo; Ward drtd Chandler,, Mrs. Ole gnudti Jane and Dorothy 6f v anawha. Saturday visitors at the Titus home Were Mr. and Mrs- Art Ward and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ault of Algona, • To Enlorlain Priscillas Mrs. Henry Funnemark and Mrs. Ivan Johnson will entertain the Priscilla Phoebe society at the Johnson home Wednesday, January 28. Loses Finger Tip Dale Dornbier had the end ol His big finger on his right hand cut off W.edncsday in an electric machine 'ho was operating 'at the' Jos. Wcidenhoff Co. plant near Algona. On Tuesday a piece of steel struck him on his neck causing severe bleeding., i L _____ ,_,_,,, ' * Vhiis in Cedar Falls Mrs. J. L. Havcrly went to Ce- CS.T AWAY , THAT . OUNE WITH R CICAR/ o^ • PHONE 1086 • 302 ESTATE •; dar t'alls Friday to spend the weekend at the home of her daughter and family, the Larry Langs, Mrs. Mariinek Hostess Mrs. Will Marlinek entertain- cd her "Tccnoy Weeny" 500 club, Friday afternoon. J/lrs. Emil Wester was a guest, Mrs, Wester won high score prize. Mi's, Urban NeUroth, low, and Mrs, Tillte Loebig, travel prize. Mrs.' Albert Neurbth will entertain the ladies Friday, January 30, High School Movies ^ • A series of nine educational movies, 'iThe Story of Civilization", arc being shown in the high school auditorium each alternate Wednesday. Pupils of the Parochial school also sec the pictures. Has Appendectomy Virginia, 8-year-old daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Art Klein, submitted to an appendectomy at the Kossuth hospital in Algona, Sunday night, Jan.-18. She was taken home the following Tuesday, Odd Fellows Party The Odd Fellows are sponsoring a card party in their hall. Thursday evening, Jan. 29. I His Team Led F-6 Campaign the regular meeting of the Catholic Missionary society. Mr. and Mrs. Will Hrubes plan to attend the wedding of his brother Joe Mrubes ts Lcona Pavljkn at Duncan^ Wednesday, January 28. Mil and Mrs. Geo. Ward and Charidler were dinner guests at the plarence Ward home Sunday,. Jan, 18. Mi?, and Mrs. George Ward word Sunday evening, Jariuary 18, visitors at the Georgc N Vits!- thum home. ; ; Mr. and Mrs'. George Kelch and family of Kanawha were dinner guests at the Ralph Jar- Vis home, Sufiday, January 18. The womo:n arc sisters • The Study club will meet with Mrs. Vincent Daughn, Thursday, January 28. Mrs. J. M. Kunz .will have the lesson. Mrs. Will Martinek entertained the Willing Workers Circle Wednesday afternoon .of last we.ek. Jake Roatlihger was very sick last week. last half of this 'meeting, Mr. Keith was one of 22 Iowa Farmers that toured Europe as a group since the last war. He showed many exceptionally splendid pictures in beautiful Color tones, taken on his trip. He used his electric slide projector to show these excellent .snapshots. .''... Leaders Meeting Held A Home' Project Leaders meeting was held at the Farm Bureau office at Algona Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. John Huff. VTrs. Frank Johnson. Mrs. Ruth Sparks, and Mrs. Esther Skow, co-chairman, attended : from Wes- tev township. They will hold a follow-up meeting at the.' home of Mrs. Ruth Sparks on.Wednes- day afternoon, Feb. 4. The lesson will be on "Legal-Rights of Married Life." Entertains Bridge Club * ••> Mrs. Alfred Erdman entertained her bridge club Thursday afternoon. % Her guests were Mrs. '•mbm W r ">', <r '-'"'t' 4 ''% '- *• tf» A!I Owners of F, T ' v i > ••, 1 , , 1 948^ Personal Property Assessment ' ^ Uniformity of assessment throughout Kossuth County is desired 'andrwe list '.herewith rules and suggestions to aid your assessor in listing your property:, ( , , , , ~ > ' " v " Ir What is ;assessap|e? ' < ' ,1'' I ' ' ' i (A) Livestock: , / . i Horses, mujes, jacks, stallions, all cattle 1 year o|d or over, • ' Swine 9 months old or over, sheep \ nponths old or over. (B) All fgrm machinery, Please list type* ygy have by make and age, - , ' ; _.-'-,_ (C) Moneys and Credits: t ' ' Include money in bank or on hand, .checking and saving accounts; postal sdvings; real estate n^p^gages; chattel mortg- . ages notes/ non-exempt bonds; accounts; judgments; chattel, contracts; annuities; corporation stock, : < - v (DJ-Airdpgs'a months or over, Licensf fff for 19'48 is $1.00 on ' M eacli male ari~d spayed female dncj |^.0,0 op female. -.. -, (E) Office anfj store fixtures gnd merchandise stocks, , (F) Old HARRY FELTER, Plum Creek twp., .pictured above, -was another person honored at a recent Victory party oi! the Kossuth Farm Bureau at Burt. Harry's team from Plum Creek township, won several honors as a .result of the recent member^ ship drive; the Plum. Creek team reached its membership quota 6Va hours'after the kickoff meeting. (Algona Newspapers' Flash- foto): . ' . •. •'•' Will Ryan, Mrs. Lou Goetz and Mrs. John Bauer. Mrs. • Arlo Dawson won high score and/Mrs. Goetz,'- travel prize. Mrs. i Will Hrubes will entertain the ladies pn Thursday,' Feb. 5.- Is Making Recovery Virginia Miller, young,daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller, was brought home Thursday, from the hospital at Rochester, Minn., where she. had submitted to a brain operation. She is recovering very satisfactorily. Her mother had been with her at the hospital. ne 340 attended the 5th West Bend adult evening school session in the high school assembly on Tuesday evening, January 20. The meeting was opened with a short comedy film, followed by ,two'numlicrs by the West Bend Methodist quartet: "Just a Little Talk With Jesus" and "On the. Jerico, Road." The quartet was; accompanied by Mrs. Roland Jurgens. These numbers were- enjoyed by all. ; Ej J. Mabon, voc. Ag. Instruct-' Or, ffiave an extensive report at this! meeting on the recent State Weed Control Assembly at Des Moines, January 16. New methods of weed control, new types df equipment, the property amounts of spray and dusts to iu'sei were discussed, as well as the, proper time for application. :Parts of the Iowa Seed and Feed La\</s were discussed. It was 'mentioned that the farm sprayer wil{ no doubt become a piece of maqhinery in the machine shed ;pn ; a large majority of farms. .Wayne Keith of Burt, gave a most interesting talk during the LuVerne Auxiliary Met January 19 LuVerrte: The American Legion Auxiliary held its' regular meeting at the Legion hall, Monday evening, Jan. 19, with a good attendance. ' The business meeting was in charge of the president, Mrs. A. W. Dimler, Plans were made for serving the dinner for the Chamber of Commerce^ Monday evening, January 26, The announcement was made that the Kosusth county Auxiliary meeting will be held in Lakota, Tuesday, Feb. 10. Entertainment was in charge of Mrs. Guy. Giddings. They played 500. : A lunch was served by-Mrs. Clarence Krause and Mrs. James Dbak. •* The next meeting will be Monday, Feb. 16, .The program will be on Americanism, led by Mrs. C. B. Huff, Mrs. Adam Zweifel and Mrs. H. EMlogers. The hostesses will-be .Mrs. Fred. Kin* Jr., Mrs. Olla Godfrey, Rubyc Godfrey and Mrs,'Nels Jensen. Pastor Has A 6 New Grandson Friends of the Rev. W. L. Pat- te'rson and Mrs. Patterson, who recently visited them at Belmond, learned of a new gfandsbn. The baby was born Christmas morning to Major Douglas Patterson and Mrs. Patterson in Berlin, Germany. He has been named William Laing Patterson II. There is also a little girl in the , The Faltcfsens vfttS residents fof eight y Patterson was Methodist Titonka and Doati. T? ago they Were transferred-to thfeV Belmond church. Last Moffday,, their new congregation Surprised, 1 ., them on their wedding aniiiVef->' sary. * •' ' ' ONLY 90 days till Spring. Cail r t come loo soon, cap it? I Laf;A-Lot club Mrs. Alf Studcr entertained :her Laf-a-Lot club Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. George 'Vitzthum, Mrs. Clarence Ward, and 'Mrs. .Ed Hildman. were guests. M t rS-^JoersftMr^rfd,^Mfs>t'a^ rence Koppcrrwon"hfgh 'and"low scote prizes, , Mrs.. Viola .Studer won travel'.prize. ." _ ^ V •••'3v Mrs. George Hildman~will' on~ tertain the ladies. Thursday afternoon, January 29. -,.'A Hildman Entertains Mrs:' Ed Hildman cnteftainydV her double-four bridge -"clubj Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Tom Forburger and Mrs.'Joe Mettrer were guests. , Mrs. J. L. Haverly and Mrs. Alf Studer won high" and low score prizes. Mrs. Viola Studer won; travel prize. "Spud" Wagner submitted to a major operation at the Kossuth hospital a,t Algona the fore part of last week, before it clo'sed. Mrs. Lon, Gouge and daughter Marjorie attended a prc-nuptial shower at Garner Thursday afternoon honoring Mrs, Gouge's nieqe's daughter, Mary Ann Young, daughter of Rudy Young. She will be married to Ray Stupka, February 3. At a regular meeting of the C. D. A. Wednesday .evening they planned to entertain the men on Wednesday evening, Feb. 4. Following the business meeting the ladies played bingo, Mrs, Tony Hildman and Mrs, Matt Hildman were servers at THE FIRST HATCH OFF FEB. Jl 8 Mealy Hatchery IN GXEEH COLOHIAL'S i ALL PURPOSE FURNACE COMFORT—in all kinds of weather. ECONOMY —owners- report fuel savings up to 20%. CONVENIENCE-- trouble free; easy to operate; long life. LAING &MUCKEY Phone 464 North Dodge GREED COLOniflL FURRflCE SERVICE Bo F. Goodrich gives you ; -FOR YOUR OLD TIRES -IN YOUR NEW TIRES (0) Household furhitv'rees? exemption; -' ' • V,' f *•-'.••' •"; "i . - ' '; •' , t . • • " ' 2, CROPReP9RTSsMak§ali§t;ofqll f sropt; raised, acreage of each/ e °f si-op/ nwrnber of ;cicfes farmed/ ;. . , , -1 ;,-:' ! - \ .'.•.,,'''.APPLICATION!?: mu.«t- r§ July, ,1,,, m newtd 1 egch , must All • -0. ; mVn Wjll^Qll'.o^.T^O : f^J»!l',i3 § % s i &$$ ^^ vylth,.tK§ "of YQur property, th&lpwiailciVrfflvftSt^t X^ y d R^ 1§l ' i.* * •• ? ' >,' C Tr ^^ *' ^t ^ ij* i * \ "* M I *- i * \" i~ f t $• > * - T r* '.^ _ !_•.*/> _ I _l -.—.—--. J^'L 11^.2 J^.' L./!*^Jk.M L«>hM *^oSfi6SSion Q c/9 "° l{ " J .TJ^' V, *• , • ' • ! Z: - . D.F,Gpop«iCH offers you PI.U§ if you np?4'newr ' most li for the oaypur Jong fn#' fog 'mileage f>sf«y,,Se? us $pday £QS Silver- towns, for ypw WANT ADS BRING RESULTS. From where I sit... Ay Joe Marsh,. Are You "Hobby Happy? 4 ' Funny thing about hobbies... When Ed Carey started making a model of the "Flying Cloud," if, was only to rest his eyes from reading. But now he spends every fefmre moment sh'ip modelling! Some wives might bavo resented a husband suddenly shutting himself in the attic every night. But not Ed's Prudence. When she found him working late, she brought him up some beer and crackers ... showed a real interest in his hobby ...' until finally Ed had her helping with the rigging. Wasn't long before the£ Were working side by side on Ed's bench, sharing a commofi Interest. Instead of keeping them atfar.t, fid's hobby brought them more together. From whprc I-sit, a husband's hobby can often be a wife's as well. In fact, I've got'the m^sus interested in tying trout flies—and, along with that < mellow glass of bper, it makes *he evenings- go by mighty pleasantly. •' ' •: '•Copyright, W'W> United States Brewers Foundation "I've joined the Kossuth Breeders Coop." OUT HE GOES! No more scrub bulls ... no more accidents from the farm's \ ' , most dangerous animal .... no more $250 spent for keeping - a bull of any kind. KEEP A GOOD COW IN HIS PLACE. You dairy farmers-large or small—take advantage of the artificial breeding method by patronizing the Kossuth Breeders , Coop., which is centered at Burt. The Kossuth County Artificial Breeding Co-operative Association is now operating, and has .. joined the Northwest Iowa Federation of Breeders' Co-operatives , . at Sheldon. _ '' A great improvement in dairy herds in this locality will be •>.> realized through the use of proven sires of the following herds; ' •" Hojstein, Guernsey, Brown Swiss and Shorthorn, ' ' ' Farm safety is appreciated through the absence of the t ,. , A farm's most dangerous animal. , , < ;''.,'.* \ •• ^ More accurate records «an be kept on gesfwtion periods.> , ^ , For the juccessfwl and efficient operation of the new ^op*..^ , ' r ^£,\^* erative, mere members are needed, Jpjn new! ; Vi%|^>^|^?|J , "-' v^lfffemh'*"^' >:•',' ' ' . •. T^sSillk or ."K : Vi>^ ; .V'V-:•••• i •••'•;• •-!

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