The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 10, 1948 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 10, 1948
Page 9
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JCV/SL— L>';&'»..' 1* jttotwtf •Vf.rev ** '"%(, .* I , I6WA, ' ,tO, TW6 Rink Skating All The Rage lit Union Twp. tfaian Tdwrishlp — The whole famiM goes roller-skating in the- Good,Hope community. 'It Started last fall, when the ,Rev, B* L, Weaver, Who is a roller^ skating fan and swings no mean 1 skate, came as pastor to G6od Mope. He suggested that o-veryone might enjoy a roller- skating party if a convention! place for it could be found. • '.Two sUdh parties were held before Christmas ahd last Thursday night the thir"d one was held. sQThis time.the invitation was ex- n'ertdcd ta_all in the, community, "and -125 persons drove to Em- .metsbuVg to enjoy an evening of the fun. Old and young skated together, and some entire families were, rep 1 resented: the Harley Trout- mah,S'find their two boys; the QUentlrt Bjustroms and their two gins; • the . Hcerdt: Dodds 1 , Sarchett,! Valentine, Ricbhoff, Reids, and -'many others. There was also, £, representation from Whitte- mofe. 1 ,'Anothcr party is planned in the rtea'r future. The wish is Often etfbfesed that there might be a roller-skating rink closer by so thdt 1 it'AVOuld be more convenient for people to enjoy this wholesome '.recreation.- The founda- tioh for a rink was laid at Algona a year' or so' ago, but no building.'has been erecte'd. Treplow Farm Change ' Mr.' and Mrs. Plenry Dacken, s LuVerne, recently purchased the Hbby Hawcott farm and moved there test week. This is the f\T^t time'tljis farm lias changed hands in. 65 /years, ahd also the first time its accupancy has been changed in that time. Mr. and Dacken are elderly people and have peveral 'daughters living near h^re. Mrs. Ernest Nauman, of Union Twp., is a daughter. Mr. 'Hawcott has rnoyed to Burt, and has a-rpom at the hotel there. He was back last Sundayi*f&r the church*'services!^'' \ -5 ^V, t Betty Sarchettcame-hoine from Sioux City Friday for the'Vweek- "end: She is a junior qt'Morning- side ,College. ' T-" < Concert Group on'Tour , David Weisbrod jwrites,, from Oklahoma that -the'iiMorningside choir is 1 really'en joying^ Southern hospitality. They 'will sing at .,,» Dallas, Tex., Little \Rock,'• Ark., mfe*-Joplin,' Mo., "rind St. Joseph,' 1 . 4 before,r— '-- '-<-'--• -•— - Qrafiist Af; Next Sundey 'afternoon, Feb. 15, at 2 o'clock Dr. Theo. Stelzcr, above, professor' of music at Concordia Teachers, college in Seward, Neb., will give an organ recital on the new Wicks pipe or.- gan in Zion Lutheran church at LuVernb. There will bo no admission charge, ,but • a free-will offering is to be taken, Good Turnouts I V V 1' «1 *J»i <*)' ....._ .,_ Mrs/.. While Mr. and Mfs^Krioll, ,Mrs. Ida • Rjjed, and ' theylatVcrJs ,son Alden were on their* trip ,to Mexico and iCalifornia^th6y^'dfilled 'on Mr<s. A. .H. WodaJ'Widow'of'a former pastor at Good Hope. She is living with, a,* sister at San Die'go and'has'not b^enUn the best of health, bu ( U'l?opes to be afyle'to make a Jtwpi'b'apk^a Iowa \ J* J i- -L -,i ^T_-TI ' " * ' Sells 'Calf if or "$450' Bud Nelson took 1 12 head of • '-'-• ' Brown Swiss cattle .to a said" at Io;wa Falls, Friday, and rdlriizcd good prices on 1 them, one bull calf bringing $450," Birthday Celebrated* Monday evening Mr? and Mrs. Elmer. Greincrt. Fenton, and i Mr. 'and Mrs. Jas. Dodds helped 1 the senior', Mr. Dodds celebrate a birthday at his home, , New Rural Teacher Mrs, Wanda WhitehilJ, who had >* been teaching the Strayer school, resigned a couple of .weeks ago, tr . and a Mr. Thompson, Bancroft, is now teaching there. > - Mr. and Mrs, W. J. Dodds ajid the Orville Gardners were dm», ner guests at Floyd Gardner's Sunday, ; ' , Mr, and Mrs, James Knoll spent •' last Thursday afternoon with' the Rev. and Mrs, Kitterman and jt>. Ronnie Ray at Kanawha, Mr. and Mrs. H, H. Dearchs and the daughter Elizabeth visited at '» Rock Island, 111., several days last week at the daughter Mrs, rt Henry'Peterson's. > • Mrs, Clarence Riebhqff; daugh- ' ters LaVonne, Maxine and Ervin •<* Leudtke. Fenton; r spent Saturday^ at Fprt Dodge, 9\ BANCROFT: Htjier ^pb^O^iinn Q| Carroll; Ja.» spent a few days visiting at the 'home of his mother, Mrs,. Bridget Quinn of, Bsncpoft. "'-^e Johnson : ofr. Bancroft -Tuesday, and Wednesday w , B ,,4Jng aJHetor 'meqh8niQ f § A * school,"' • • • '£ ^fys< Leonard, ??}9PHP •?* «HM. ii »YJl§Jte4 8t t^B^bQWg of hei 1 ! f & Mrs. George jjguman et . croft, J ,. s t, jg > redecorating _th? fi f fj, gan jn *^mmffi&: Ninety-four attended the 7th session of the'West Bend Adull evening school February-3 at the West Bend school house.,' L. E. Thaycr, district .man from the American Chemical Fertilizer association, spoke on fertilizers, liming and general soil management., Mr. Thayer resides at Stprm Lake, la. ' His topic was of utmost concern to those attending and his talk was enibyed by all. Mr. Thayer stressed that fertilizer alone cannot ( do the full job of replenishing worn soil. He stated that a crop rotation, including legumes, must. be used with fertilizer as a supplement. Neither one' alone can do the job. Many spils need more organic matter. / Mrs. Claiborne furnished two, musical -numbers. 3Bryon Boos sana a clever solo and . Robert Becker did an excellent job with a piano selection. Two colored movies on soil management were also shown. The eighth West Bend Adult ....... Sch&ol , sesson Monday evening, Fe ?:30 p. hi., at. the high v Beef cattle*, 'productions and management were discussed, at this'meeting. Various .Methods of management were, ,dl*bUds^d, including housing, tfeedlngf rations, breeding and marketing. Questions on the beef caitle, en*, terprisc were also discussed*,,,. A colored movie, ."The" Farm Garden", was projected at ' meeting. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS, lEDDIE'SFLORALSHOF FLOWERS for Valentine 's Day , t > •. ' *^ Dozens of Exciting and Different Valentine Ideas In Our Shop" . TAX RAP,ERS SAF HEAVY RED FIBER iji'-, Lucille Ostrum /- -, "-1'-^ ' •• fi *" • / ,- '- , ,i >v.y? .'.' :i-,'">i.''t ' NEWSPPERS ' f'' ' t--'"??'!'/' _'.i'H> ^-'--J Motor^sit f THE MOTOR OU. WITH A COLD-POUR TRT^.J RATING OF The Twfn'Action Lubrieqting Quolities in Champlin" ;; y \- HI'V.I keeps your motor free-turnirig-on give greater l»eat?resj$ting properties , ,and Nep , '••> , ' "'' ' Yfam f%$rdft 1 T*STi"'f^i,*i"* ^" * •-wiiin-----'^- P ,-^,.. ,^V t Vtp' Jif^®,!^^"*? in j^^l^ perfermgwe, .fpur'ntytojrj* more sffi» (i p ,-*~* ^,, tfilssSSnSw' .^i-'^^f^^M^^.. -^ F9i 6A,sr=n«sw.»"5 | .«s--»flr*iR.("Viyn.'», > ^ •? i ' • 'Jf^^^^if^S^iiS^'^r V " to :-fhi? wmjt^ii.dQntmilS i—>«&.;",Vj * ' /gJ^LgJiiEgNO^ «. L,^- Chomplla HhY^MjfSr pav 'J-;;:.7-. ' .y^^p ywej»abpljVPfi9%rTed5^. , _ ^>, The Early Bird Catches the Worm! Easter, this year, comes on March 28. That isn't far away,,. but at Zender's you can now make an early selection of new Suits, Topcoats^ Hats and Easter Accessories from our fresh stock, newly arrived, SUITS" •• For Spring Here is an outstanding selection of worsteds and gabardines, tailored •\ i to perfection by Kuppenheimer, Michael Stern and Clothcraft, and backed by 25 years of buying experience for north Iowa men. $39.50 to $70.00 SHORTS — LONGS — STOUTS ?rj j »-; i, f. 1 «. ^ ' $ if\ >' y 1'1 > ; ^ ¥4 H >1 < ^ 14 'HA.T9''•'.-. For Spring Those new spring shades'are really snappy ... by Champ and Stetson. The . ,.',', * " .' ,'^ ' finest in hats, at no increase in .price ' ?•• ,, > * v' either . -. '"-',. V\ $5.00 to $10.00 TOPCOATS For Spring Plenty of the hard-to-get gabardines and coverts, with variety of shades and sizes, slash pocket ana 1 fly front styles, or button- through front. Every garment'is water repellent. 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