The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 9, 1948 · Page 20
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 9, 1948
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6-Alflonfl Upfler DC* Molnes Tuesday, March 9, 1948 Two Boys, two Girls Greet J-lomes In Wesley Area Wesley — Mr. and Mrs. Paul Berger are proud parents of a boy born at the Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge, Tuesday night, March 2, Mrs. Berger is the former Teresa Lickteig, oldest daughter 6f Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lickteig and this is their first child. Mrs. Cecelia Berger of Whittemore is the infant's paternal grandmother. The Paul Bergers live near LuVerne. . * * * Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lickleig became parents of their first child, a girl February 25th. They live at Galbraith. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lickteig are the maternal grandparents. ^ « * * A baby girl was born lo Mr. and Mrs. John Bauer, Wednesday, March 3 at the Forest City hospital. This is their first child and weighed 6 pounds. Mrs. Bauer is the former Mildred ChodUr, formerly of Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bauer are the infant's grandparents. Mrs. R. C, Bauer and Mr. and Mrs. Will Hrubes visited the new parents and baby Wednesday evening. l!< - 1» ft A baby boy was born lo Mr. and Mrs. John Ruger Tuesday morning, March 2 at the General hospital at Algona and^will probably be called Philip. The other children are Teddy 3% years old and Jane 6 years old. Mrs, Ruger's mother, Mrs, Ida Mueller of Fenton, is assisting at .the Ruger home. Mr. Ruger is recovering satisfactorily. Birthday Mrs. Fred Haack observed her 42nd birthday, Sunday, Feb. 29, and guests at her home were her son-in-law and daughter Mr., and Mrs. Gene Broderson and baby Lucia; their son Evald, who received his discharge .from, the navy the first of. the year",..afrtl and another son Eugene. Their third son Edward is assistant manager of .a furniture company at Minneapolis and was unable to be here. Clean Church Grounds About 70 men gathered at the Catholic church grounds Thursr day and did a real trimming, cutting and c*lean up job. A number of trees were cut'down on the west side of the block, ail others were trimmed up | and the brush all burned, giving - the block a much betetr appearance. Al A Wedding Jurgen Skow and Fidelia attended the wedding of a relative, Will Nelson Jr, and Gladys Yaus- lin at Claremont Friday evening, For Your- BRAKE SERVICE D 0 D G E Jj that saves youmoriey For Your- I PLYMOUTH For All Makes of Cars i For Your- Satisfaction I 1. Factory-supplied parts 2. Factory-recommended brake service methods 3. Trained mechanics to do the job right Play Safe! CHECK YOUR BRAKE NEEDS 1. Reline brakes 2. Adjust brakes - i t 'i, 3. Inspect 'brake system for leaks 4. Adjust pedal clearance 5. Inspect niaster cylinder — add fluid if necessary THE RIGHT SERVICE THE RIQHT PARTS THE RIGHT PLACE We Want to Deserve Your Business Permanently. •BUl* •i^PPBi^' ^^P*? ^l^' ^^Bl^^ "W^^* T ^^^^ ^^^^W ^^^^^^^ •HM^ V qflMk ^^lllBii^^ «^^^^*i ^^Qif^^ ^^^^9. ^^^^ ^^H^ Sales . DODGE-PLYMOUTH .Service South Phillips Street . 27. They visited relatives i there over the'weekeftHrOfi-6uh- day they attended a dehe.en"by the Waldorf choir at Decbfah. Honor Two Btfihdayt The birthday "dub tnet; at the Matt Becker hbrrte Surtday df last week for a card party -arid to hohbi 1 Mrs. Becker ahd Mrs. Orville Smith on their birthdays'. 500 was played at 8 tables. Mrs. Herman Bode and Mrs.' Pat Ras<- mussen are new members of the club, bringing the membership to 18. The March meeting" will be at the Henry Haverly hbrhe. Lodge Buys Building— The Odd Fellows have purchased the old postoffice building on main street from Paul Friberg, which he has used for a work shoji. The building will be repaired and redecorated. Guy Bulls To Texas' Guy M, ButtS"left Tuesday via his new Pontiac, deluxe for Texas where he will sppnd several weeks. Undergoes Surgery Mrs. Elmer Glawe submitted to surgery at the Mercy hospital at Mason City, Friday, Feb. 27. Mrs. George Buettner and two children, Steven, 17 months, and Susan, 6 months, are spending several weeks at the John Lickteig home. Mrs. Buettner is the former Ann Lickteig and her husband brought them here and then he >went bnfto 'Fort Wayne, Ind., where the "'fairiily will live. They had been at Paterson, N. J., and he is employed by the U..S, Rubber Co. •< ' ' ' ..'.';'• The Red Cross drive •: will bo conducted by members of the C. D. A. this week. Mrs. Joe Meurer is chapter chairman. Jurgen Skow went to Chicago Saturday evening to attend a R. E. A. meeting. The Lester Larson family visited his mother Mrs. Peter Larson at Goldfield Monday evening. The elder lady has been very sick the past month. Mrs. Clarence Ackerson, Mrs. Marvin Ackerson and Mrs. Everett Ackerson accompanied-^ Mr. and Mrs. Tom Long of Lone Rock to Mason City Friday. Mr. and Mrs. George Wellick moved Thursday to Whittemore into their new living quarters at the rear of his new electric shop.. Thev have been at the parental R. C. Bauer home since ' their marriage Nov. 20. Mrs. Wellick is the former Clara Lou Bauer. Ralph Bauer Jr. recently attended a two weeks International Harvester school at Chicago. He operates his father's implement >hno at Whittemore. Thursday evening dinner quests at Mrs. Viola Studer's were Mr. and Mrs. Gayle M. Studer of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Ackerson and Willis Bohn. Mr. and Mrs. John Penning and their seven children moved from Mason City last week into the P. C, Haynes'residence north di the post office. Mr. and Mrs. Penning are the parents of Mrs/ Frank Gahan. Ralph Hedges, instructor in the wiftk near nave resort tfn a : tM Mfs. Mlitort PM Choir, -ftt MSSoft t, - r; aftdMrdf BmWGg fiESULTJ o^i. ~ gfi^erifsofi, died IbfM ,Um4>*g& ' ^ ' ' ' f , a - Chu'rcji c6hylhli6Ji ' PeHfsoh ' plflfiS ., WE WAft? tf farm skle,36oru> weidk,. , Mfs. ftuth Spafks.wfis taken tb the .Mercy 'hospital at Mason City last week for treatment. , . will farrYuhe land >a s fld' She 4 .will ' 'itnd Mft. fed flohlirt moved RayYungeberg ' Of Algona Takes Swea City Bride Swea fc Eagle — Miss Velma Arlene Eastman, daughter bf Mr, and- Mrs. Lloyd Eastman and Ray, sbn of Mr. and' Mrs. Harry Yurtgeberg of Algona, • were mai»- ried .Sunday, afternbon, Feb. 22, at the Methodist-church by the Rev. D. d Bbnham, pastor. A reception for 75 guests was held in the church parlor. ' The couple will live on the groom's father's farm north of Armstrongi Mis. Overfield ,Passes • Mrs. Gus Overfield passed away Thursday night, March 4,' at'''her home near the Minnesota line after a lingering illness," of cancer. Funei'al services will be held Sunday afternoon at the Baptist church, Swea .City. Rev. Peter Peters, D. D,, was in charge. ' • She is survived by her hsu- band. Gus Overfield, and two daughters -Mrs. 'Raymond Johnson, Mrs. Carl Isenberg, two sons Nels'Overfield and Noble Overfield, Woden. Housemans Given Parly /... ;A .large number of' neighbors gathered, at the home, of Mr. and Mrs. C. J.. Houseman^ for a fare T well party. Games were enjoyed. The Housemans were : presented With 1 a gift. Guests served lunch they brought with them. The Housemans are .retiring, from farming to move to Fairmont, Minn.,_ where-they have purchased a fine home. Move lo New Farm •Mi-, and Mrs.; Arderr Jongberg, who were tenants on the Harry Yungeberg farm, moved onto the Frank •'• VanDorsten . farm. The farm vacated by Jongbergs, the Ray Youngebergs will farm. Visitors at Ames Harold Jones ahd' son Gordon were last weekend visitors at Ames. They were guests of Mr. Jones' nephew, Donald Budlong, Titonka, a student at Iowa State college. Mrs. Maggie Thackery moved last week into rooms over the library in Armstrong. She has been staying with her nephew and his. wife,,,Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Jongberg. _, • , Ervin Link, William Barger, Glen Clark, and Earl Patterson left Friday morning for Ames. They .will return. Saturday ( night and bring back Marion' Barger, a sutdent at Amps college, who Pretty Black Patent POLISHED PERFECTION FOR SPRING the shoe with the youthful feel __If you're culling for a color that's ready to do tricks ivilli your sprlngisli tweeds and worsteds, y o » r bright * «s*a- penny prints, here's u smooth little cool lilnck Air Step tluit rates u sound approval. .. BROWN til* SHOE STORE ALGONA, IOWA - •' ^V- Thursday, March II , , STARTING AT n : oo P. M. •i!j<.i The fcllo'wlng real fctat* is being offered fa? sole by its owners on sale date mentioned above. in Garfield twp., Kossiith county, 160 a, farm located on the, SW'/4.Sec. 27, R93N-R30W, in Garfield jwp,, K°* u "; ""Jty la. The farm has a full set of buildings. PJA wired, good drilled well, orchard, well tiled, all under plow. Subject fo lease on>e crops, bldgs. Can be used this yea,r. , Also a business bldg. on Lot 7, Block 2, Town of Ottosen, la. Size 60 . ft, j.y ! 26JV solid brick, 2-stor/with full basement, living quarters on second floor, occup.ed as P«£«^ , <*" ls » floor'afsale date, best 2-story bldg. in town. Good opportunity for a business venture. ' New 5-room dwelling on laP&Wbck 5, Town of Ottosen, la, A'swell little home and its udin a Mataa'shin machine and a 1931 Ford four-door car. furnishings, including a Maytag>a'shing machine ^.seven'room dwelling witrfa new bathroom, garage, fruit trees on Lots 6 and 7, Block 6.,.,ToW,n of Qttbsen, la. , • 1 '.•' A|s4ia"i,Voom dwelling remodeled last year, new full basement on Lot 3, Block 1, Town of bttpsdn; |a. , « , ( ;.•,..<,,.*•<•'•'.,.;- • '• , ,. ' AAACHIN6RY, ETC. Pull line pfJarm machinery, including Allis-Chalmers and cultivator, F-20 Farmall, John Deere,' new tractor side delivery rake, new harrows, mounted corn sheller on good Ford truck A-l conditioning farm trailers and flare boxes, Little Giant steel elev., new corn planters,' and all kinds of machinery. MISCELLANEOUS: Good bldgs., tools, hay, straw .Clinton seed oats, Field certified 98% Germ., brood sows, cows, young ,sfock, sheep, horses, cars, trucks, brooder houses, hog houses, feeders, waterers, many new. inclu,tUn& 40 new feeders for chicks, new washing machine. Rlan a two-ring sale and be through by 5 p. m. TERMS. Cash, no property tb,,|>e, removed u nti| settled for. K.FOWLER/ m. HOLT I.E.MOVICK Managers ANDERSEN & KLEVE, Aucts. Iowa FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Humboldt, Clerk. Program Increase in 1947 A recent summary of all artificial breeding work done in Iowa shows that the number of cows bred artificially during 1947 increased 25% over 1946. A total of 74,025 was serviced. This .represents 6.1% of the Iowa milk cow population as shown by the 1946 annual farm census. Only 4.6% of the Iowa cow, population was bred artificially in 1946. This census showed 1,210,108 cows and heifers two years old and over kept, for milk on hand January 1, 1947, , A Comparison of 1946 and 1947 figures appears below: , % « Year 1947 1946 Counties Service Available 91 80 i Cows Enrolled 108,279 80,167 Reg. Cows Enrolled 7,151 5,838 Cows Bred No. Pulls- .Used 74,025 55,380 123 99 Difference 11 5,198 r 28,112 1,313 18,645 24 Qf Iowa's 100 counties/91 now have artificial breeding service available. This is an increase of 11 over 1$46, There are 52 cooperative local associations and one non-cooperative associa||pn in operation, Four of the cooperatives and the non- c<»operativ* ha«e been orgqjtiked. since January 1, 1948, Several other counties are in the process of organizing, ^ f^ 1 * , The increase of 28,112 cows enrolled in the program represents a 35% in* tfease. The 108,279 cows e.nrplled in 1947 represent 8,9% of the Iowa milk cow popu- \ v r Ruring the year 123 registered bulls were used, Brpken.dewn by breeds, they ere, 3^ Hfflfteins, 34 euwmtyf, 21Brown Swiss, 23 Milking Shorthsmv W* 9 The average bull m 194? l^rvjejd 616 cows compared to 559 jn 1946, In 1947, 6; IfppfPM^illjsewpopM lotion was bred grtificiplly. TH« tht trld wd ww^itl^ and ii j»qdy tg exp fln d, Tht timt 1$ n-w «f l»wfljrfi«w P?P«lation will N bred «rtifisl0||y, Twsnty nvnctnf 9 ^"*il S 242 i Wt W 2, neetl b9 ^ r «w ln 9 tf r djiry Y,id» thfm «t reasonable cost, , y» 9 ny OHIA; n^mNrf%ft finding that the prpdu«tipn'testing «ncl oritifitial hn jii hand to improve thfir dairy htrds- KQSSUTHJREEDERS CO-OP <&*& '• ''-^^ r ^SS ..>- u ..: ^M/ai

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