The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 10, 1948 · Page 21
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IOVB "rtafel *t1md rany, . -" [The Algeria Townsend i*luB held special Hard time party at iHfi ill under' ttffe White Front 6fi •id/y; evening, Jan.'36, ih.hortot th£ birthday of DC. Francis E wnsdtid. The pilr|dse of the larty ^fis to raise funds' for the [owiiseftd Foundation. A back- est pillow contributed b'y Mr. .Jhd> Mrs. A. M. Anderson was sold and funds thefefrom was Iturned' over to tfoe 1'ownsend IlegismtiVe bureau in Washington, HD.--C, Mrs. A, M. Anderson is •Sixth district bhairmari of the |T&wristend clubs of" I6~wa. . J ^Games' and contests were held Ipriios gping to .Clyde" .Cdotter, •Mrs. Chester Willey, Mrs. Lillian FPslmbr', Herman Lauck, Mrs. Herbert Bush" and costume pri^s were won by R'uby and Dejiriis Goedcrs. Door prize was won by Gusta Muck'ey, The evening was toppe'd bff with' a baked be'an supper. Eleventh Bitth'dayju Mrs. Ernest Egel entertained a weekj ago' Sunday from four till eight o'clock for her daughter fOweri. Ann who was celebrating her eleventh birthday. Dinner was .served to the following quests: | Diane Lindstrom, Adel e Herbst, .«.*• Beverly Hovey. Karen Kucheri- liFl reuther, Betsey McConnell. Janice •' and ,Nancy Hudson, and Betty Montgomery. Bingo was placed at which Diane Lindstrom and • t 4 j Nancy Hudsc/n tied for high prize ^ land each guest received a bingo ••"' jgift. v 'Are Mariner Hosts— Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Egel. assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Don Weaver and Mr, and Mrs. Keith Strayer , entertained 27 .guests, members of the Mariners club of the Presbyterian church, after the Sunday evening. services which were in charge of the club. The Rev. Connelley and four others of .fiieet Wednesday afternoon, Feb. •11, t with, Mrs. Pearl Potter, 102 •East McGregor street. ^mpidjtees Are Cluesi=— - Mrs, Ralph' Blekmaflh> entertained the women empl8y>-' '"' the v Algona Bakery; Thi.__,, evening. Guests were Mi's. H"'E. Motf, Mrs. Melvitt Olson, Mb. liecita Halpin, Mrs, Oma hpn; Mrs. Bert .Atrow'ou, Seip, -Mrs. Henrietta JBow,mHn, ana Blanche Phillies, fh<* eVen- ing was sfieht at cards, 'Mrs. Bowman Winning- the" high ,score pme artd" Mi's. Arrowwood "w^h .the lq\v score prize. • MM 1 * 1 '*' " nianri'^ showed picture's ! wl were, taken at the Chri&imas t.tu- ty and others taken on' a ricdnt trip tHe Dieckriians had —-•-'- eyer ' . Estherville, and Mr. Fred Geigel were guests. A Birthday Dinner — and -Mrs. additional Mr. and Mrs. Albert Granzow wer c dinner guests recently of their daugfiter, and son-in-law, Mr..and Mrs. Les Kenyon, in celebration of the birthdays of the Kenyon's daughters, Carol and Sharon, whose birthdays are but a few days apart. Are Dinner Guests— ( • Mr. and Mrs. Irwin'Malueg en- Lertained the Rev. and Mrs. Gilbert Kuyper and* family at dinner a week ago Friday evening. Monday evening they had as dinner guests the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Leonard Malueg, in observance of Leonard's birthday. > ... i Huenholds Entertain— Mr. and Mrs. August Huenhold entertained informally, at cards last Thursday evening. GUests L "-were Mr. and Mrs. GeBrge KtytfJT • '"•Mr. and Mrs. John ' Simon," and? 'Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Peterson. ,«• Theatre P'arty Hostess— *. , ;' In celebration of her son Darrell's eleventh birthday a week I ago Saturday, Mrs. William Lud- j wig entertained five of his friends I at a theatre party, followed by cake and ice cream at the home Guests were Dick Waldera, Jimmy McMahon, Merle Loss, Vincent Schleusner, and-Don Casler ' Bible Class Meeting—'. l- The Bible Searchers .class of /'the Methodist church will meet 1 Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 10, wjth t Mrs. Lucy Givens, 213 North Hall .street. 'The Janliary committee (will act as hostesses at this meet- JCB winner HbSls—J Mr', and Mrs. Ben ,U. .M entertained at dinner Wldhe's- day evenihg. Guests were Mr 1 . and Mrs. Wallace McArthur, Mr. and, Mrs. George Kohl, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Harberts. The evening was spent at cards, high score prizes and the,travel prifee being won by the McAthurl '' We'cidiHg Annive^safy— Mr. and Mrs. M. R.. Wagner celebrated tlieir 29th' wcddine anniversary Wednesday 'and a dinher was given' at 7s. o'clock. Guests' werc Mr, artd Mts. Allen Wagrter, Mr. and Mhs. Victor Neuroth; »Bernadette Wagner and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fleming and Joe of Whlttemore, all immediate relatives. Mrs. Percival Hostess— Mrs. Clayton PerciVal entertained at three tables of bridge Wednesday evening. High score prize v was won by Mrs. M.- C. Thompson, secdnd high score prize was won by Mrs. Hal Long, and Mrs, Kenneth Pcrcival won the low score prize. .Entertains Card Club- Mrs. Bob Dewel entertained her. card club members Thursday evening at dinner at the Algona hotel. High and second h'igh score prizes were won by 'Mrs. Jerry Allen and Mrs. De&n Schick respectively. Honor Mrs. Helberg— •!* •I' 1 '"' „ Mrs. Esther Helberg was honored at a party Thursday evening by members of her birthday club. Dinner was served at Van's and the evening was spent socially at Mrs. Frank Ostrum's. Siag Party Winners— A ladies' "Stag patty" Vas held last Tuesday night at the Country club. Mrs. Murray Mowers won the door prize at cards. Mrs. Harold Gilmore won tHe high score prize af "Gin Rummy&and Mrs...-Frank Moulton ---^--^-•- high^sc.ore . A family reunion was hold Sunday at tile Rebe'kah -hall honoring >S 2-c Richard J. Stl-ayer, sort of MK and Mrs. Glen Stray'? er, in celebration of his Iftth birthday. 'Guests in attendance wer'e Sam 2ontner gf-., Ml-. a*nd Mrs. Leo Keefe, Patricia artd Elaine bf Delevah, Minn.;- Galen Braunshauer of Eflstort, Minn.; Mi*, and Mrs. Sam Z^ntner Jr., Wanda and Harold of Wittne'ba T go; Minn.; Beverly Carlson oi St. Paul; Mr. and Mi's.. R'. R. Str35'er and family, Mr. and Mrs. RUssell Strayer of Hartley; Kenneth Strayer of Burt; Mr. and Mrs. .Walter Zentner ,and 'Jacqueline, Mr. artd Mrs. Keith StrayerV, Mr. and Mrs. John Strayer, Mr, and Mrs. Irwiri Malueg and Diane. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Sti'aydr, J. -A; Strayer, and Glen Long. * ^Tho honoree received many gifts and a purse of money. He\ is leaving by plane from Des Moincs, Friday, following a 52-day leave here and will go to San Diego, Calif,, to join his ship, ttjencct going to Oahu, Hawaii. Pie has been in service two years and signed for another two years of 'service. Other courtesies for Richard % NOTICE TO BOND BUYERS ' The City of Algona, in Kos- Sutli county, Iowa, will offer for sale at 8 o'clock p. m., on the 26th day-'of February, 1948, at the City Hall. Algona, Iowa, Thirty-seven Thousand Dollars ($37,000) Airport Bonds. Bonds and attorney's opinion ,will be furnished by the City. ; ADAH CARLSON, Clerk of the City of Algona. Iowa.' u5-6 wer<§ ak evening party ^Miaa? at the R. D. Hxttehfn<f ho^ne 1 , SrftP 6ft> Wednesday evening Mr, aftd' Mr*. T. H. Vaughtf enlgftarhc'd - ' . . . a-t dihndr. Thursday eVsriiffg' a' dlrine'r was giVett for .Ridhar'd; by •Mr 1 , and Mt j s, J. P'. Smith. GUests' wore his' parents, Mr; arid Mrs. Glen Strayer and "Butch," _„ _ • , 0. A. k* LUtiehe'dri— The D, A. R', met for a bn'e o'clock luncheon at Mrs. W. K. Ferguson's Tuesday,! Hostess'es" n ~ t ^ Mesdames'ttttfiSmfth, J/A. •Rahey, Charles.Palilfebft} M. G. 'Bourne, and P". ,V. J&hge. TMe l^fogram was given by Mrs. B. A. Palmer. Sighia fifei < the Be'ta Slgmd' PHi sdrbrlltf fjieets Tuesday evening, February 10, with Mrs, f P. Smith. SeWing club es— Mrs. Max Miller was hostess to the Merry Mixers Sewing club; recently. LARSOfrS Hampsfitfe MA Sow Safe! Wednesd^ ? February IStb At FA 4 RiM Ayrshire, 1:00 P.M. IN GREtH COLONIAL'S SUPER QUIET OIL BURNER COMFOUT—i'A 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 COLOnifiL Ciesco Club— i The South Crcsco club will ;ALL us Day or Night for. Fast' •, Removal of STOCK PHONE US COLLECT .WEST BENP-^138 ' [ID—75 , BANCROFT—4441 •LUVEBNE—20B1 UVERMQRE—JZ5J4 WHITTEMpRE—1500^ » C*«Vin »*m a«l*«•***• IQTf G + -i l 49 BREd GfLf§ They are top notch gilts'sired by some of th6 top bbars of the breed. They Will weigh'fVohl 300-400 Ibs. Fe'd'cigh~t| and bred to Hi Hope Model Boy and Model Idei? a half brother of $3500.00 Faultless and one of thV fop boars in last fall Jjoar sales. They will farrow in March and A P ril - , Will, also sell six off mark^T Bred gilts; to /arroW ih : March; .three* tpjg, fgll boars'^ few top .fcill ; open gilts. These are all sired by Hi Hope Model Boy! Write immediately for illustrated catalogue. Dinner will be served at 11:30 for all. Come and get some of these top bred gilts and make your 1 hog business more profitable in 1948. Location—1 mi. soutW, 2;west of Ayrshire. ' ALBERT J. LARSON Ayi'shire/la. . G. H. Sh'aw, Auct ' j'Severt ^wans'ori, Clerk i . ' )v .'*.' -v - ! -r-('V >,. w » -«^ ^H. BETTER EGG ALL YEAR '' f sensational hew viramiri' suptrfement ^ " ' ''} \ v Designed io Help >i ctOq^tejIts, in farm and hatchery flocks/have snowh some 'amazing success' ifh ^R&M'IX inclu'ding reports of five' money making benefits.... 1; Stepped up egg production in off season weather. 2, Quick return to production after slump at any time of the yean ' 3, BETTER eggs, too; with harder shells arid greater hatchability. "'">'.'''. '^ '," - ' i " • • 4, Better liveabllity of baby chicks;; proper vitafnfn^balanee produce? a' A SUrVlVal rate of 10 to 10% hiaher thnrVrhirk«i (fnt^n tlnrltc ra/-aiwin«»n A n- Ffilijr,vi KTMM/ vfiiVI>a r| ^iw^Eri HIIMMi;)! WWIWMVC prWM(IV*f9 t ,..-,- v ^ 7 , -,_ of 10 to 20% highertharrchicks!frorViflocks receiving/noh- ( . fortifiec! rations, - ' . , < ' r 5;^iaorourfenMt's^lesi'gned to help keep theWm gTood condifiorv, , ,- ' Wh r <?n%e sun dpeih't shinWvyhen gre^ri forage is cjonej'then watch'put'for ' gjlaying slurnp! But'now qgmes.Sargefit's dm'azjrtjJ'neVv 1 way to he| l p y^6o" : r -; '^V.>Vin|J^m oyt.of those sjurrtpji, It's PRi-MlX-.'lt gives ypgr hens" jmportqrif ,.', '•; . , .ivitaoftjlipf sunshine and' gYeeh fpragey to' help, k^p 1 trilsm in £u!j prodiieWohV ,„.„„,«. TJ J8 Protein.not Jess than 11%. Fat not less ' tjiarv 4%, Fjbre no)t more than 13%, • ' » v . lNGpE$JENT§t,s¥ellOT,C!pm Meal, Pehydratpd A}-" •• 9 L fr nW> S e J y i x lp^-%^ W ft M- A *'awv ' }n§ Qil, Fish\So|ub}§s (Righjm %,Q Vitamin, Qvoup}, . what •§' f j , ; . cash profit^ '• ' ,» * • often, M Jet dqwn ppcwrs m fo}#,- Wet 1 v scarce of, entirely ' i •rir-ffr ! ¥ rjt^&K-f?*?, •*"?&>&' **?** »V» T»^r5»TTS7!f ifff^ rwxw* 99.9 .-. 'M^M^j^^.r ^ j':/t - - i ^fe vi «»»»»,**«* - •t.tfuX IE*WAA ^.1.^:^.1^ — i. ' «A • "" f i«_"-' *. - - - (. • > , ' f '• ; ^ S^«jfli^!f; And Appliance Co. To Open f Starting February 17th THROUGH THE TE SHOP SERVICE CALLS MADE EACH TUESDAY IN ALGONA *• The North Iowa Sewing Machine & Appliance Co. is pleased to announce the opening of their sewing machine operation. The grand opening of our complete appliance line will be announced later. We herewith state our policies and services. SEWING MACHINE REPAIRING-AII makes repaired - advanced estimates- I year written gaurantee—only those machines which can be put into such condition as' to allow 1 yr. guarantee repaired. * , Rebuilding of foot treadle machines into beautiful' portable and cabinet electric models. Rebuilding of most Singer machines complete with revere stitch mechanism, dial tensions and bar changes for use of all*'mocfe'rn" attachments. 5 year guarantees. We receive a small allotment each' month of Rebuilt Singer Sewing machines' complete with reverse stitch' mechanishi and' 5 yeaV written guarantee. Eliminate the tiring drudgery of peelal operation'. ,by having m modernize your sewing machine with a fine'modern electric motor made expressly 'for .this 'work. The; cost is modest and the results will, mean lets fatigue and more / production. v MOTCJRS WITH FOOT CONTROLLERS S25.OO LIGHTS - •W€-rta€ rue pan ,SKI-LL;€;.D;,Wt> i RK'MS:NSHir? - ft GOOD ,PfTFCTS- Price includes motor and Knee control. PORTABLE CASE, MOJOR AND FOOT CONTROL $39,50 Electric SEWING MAeft E < • ,T-v'' "- - , «..• . -;V '-"^ ; . " V • '*f&& We can rebuild your foot '"' ', treadle sewing machinV *" t into a' modern cabjjtej '' electric modej. NAIL -* i i D I want my present machine^rebyfif, ;) \ P | want my present ma<5hme ovorHa'^cl.- P I wsjit to sell my pfej ma^inii.N A " ''*£*> r i ** > P I want a motor installed, s > , —. . ,- -•> \P.I want •Vfr *£& ,f TK* f -T. , ^.^ ", ^f|pj9Ff»ih^rpi l |^ > |^|^J^L,

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