The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 16, 1948 · Page 12
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T » •"•w »;w. :••-*"<f.^^^'^-^m " '*• ' - l ' ' ' « " A, 1*4l Woman's Club At Fenton Met Last ,10th _ Fenton— The Woman's club met Wednesday afternoon, March 10, with Mrs. J. A. Schwartz. Mrs. George M. Jorgenson was the co- liostess, ' , Each member answered her assigned;* roll call, Mrs. Fred Newel had charge of the surprise and Mrs. Arlo Ranney won the contest. Five dollars was given by the club to the Red Cross drive. Guests were Mrs. Ben Weisbrod and Mrs! George Jorgenson Jr. "U-Deal-Em" Club The tf-Deal-Em bridge club met Tuesday 'evening with Mrs. Alyin Zumach\Five tables were in play. Guests ,were Mesdatnes Weber Yager 'Fred Newel, V. J. Tatuin, Einil Frank,,: Charles NeWel, Arlo Ranney,, Ernest Ruske, Ed Priebe and Virginia Eigler. Mrs. George Jentz won high score. Mrs. Weber Yager Won high score for the rjiiests. Basketball 'The. Fenton town team lost „ basketball'ga'rtie,t6 Livermore oH Monday evening, the score was He'd at the'end ef the gams-ahc Fenton lost in over time play; At Haaek funeral A''large number of relatives from out of town attended the funeral of Gustav Haack. Those £rom a distance were Mrs. William Hartwig and daughter Helen of Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Portewig ahd Mr, and Mrs. L6d Resewehr of Stanwood, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Art Balmer of Dollivef and Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Hantelman of Tynar, Sask., Canada. Attend Smith Kites Among those from a distance attending the funeral of J. A. G. Smith were Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mclllroy of lona, Harvey Baird of Cedar Falls, Josephine Lund of Waterloo, Rev. and Mrs. F. C. Pi-uel of Jolley and Mrs. Howard Rabey of Cedar Falls. There was a very large number of friends of closer distance that attended the funeral. dinner birthday. Mrs. Cl Larry •.o Metle , Hdflseh . a Armstrong; and ' rt 9 " •,•".-,-_.„ 'S first Guests' were Mr. and . viii' Zumach aHS son' ahd sort and Mrs, aughters of r. ahd Mrs. Al-' Birthday Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Hale en- AJvtrtlstaim -j.-^ ^ _ \ • • ... -- •*-f « ,» From where 1 sit... Joe Marsli How to Kee,p 'Em Down On the Farm The'other day Pcfc Sivanson's nephew, Bud. allowed as how he was fed up with farm and country life...and was goinj; to (he ci!y where there was a lot more opportunity and. excitement. Same folks might have trbd to «top him. But not Pete. He even advanced Bud carfare for tlin trip ...figured that when he'd had a Rood look around, he'd conic bac!; where he belonged. And what happened? Aflcr s-rvrn days of big-(own bustle and o-:ci'-- Went, Bud v,-as back behind (I o wheel of a tractor, with color in his cheeks again. And he'd traded (ha night life of (he city for a quiet glass of beer with Dad. From whe.ro I sit, that's how it poes. Try to prevent some one from wetting what ho thinks ho wants— nnd he'll go on wanting it. But give him his head, and he'll settle for the sensible thing—whether it's country life, or a temperate glass f beer! Lulherah , 4 The St. Jolih's frutHe'rin ladies aid met Wednesday afternoon ai the church tfarlors* .Hostesses were Mesdflmes E.' C, Roth, F. F, Mueller and Olaf. Norland. Mrs, John Fuhr>is a neW member, The aid- gave a donation to the Red Cross drive, Gue'sts were Mesdames Arnold Hantelman, Eldon Haritelman and daughters, John Waite, Clarence Biersted and''son Larry, Frank 3eeley, Miss Edna Hantelman,. Mrs. Frank Humphrey and Mrs. Alfred Bell, the latter of Whitte- nore. Jnder Doctor's Care m Mrs. Chris Egland is under a doctor's care at the home of her ion, Clarence Egland at, Estherville. Depew Circle Mel The Depew Fellowship Circle met Wednesday at the home ol Mrs. William DeWall. The program consisted of several hymnr by the group, scripture reading and prayer by Rev. Gilbertson. A reading by Mrs. Amer Cody. The program closed with a hymn and the. Lord's prayer. Guests were Mesdames Louis Weisbrod, Charles Weisbrod John Ruhnke, Scott DeSart and Mrs. Toop. . Mi. BhdMtt;Attfol QAMtfttatt daughter Marcia of ing with tht Mntei iuhch'il 1 he¥e-,mis ;he Blfiffe ttf jgusM She is^ taking tl • . gfM'd6Mfd;fen: hite the P aftsttf UK ffcntaLMf. lace weM-maMlflt*,' Mrl. the 1 fdrmef -EVa .Lea, Mrs.*'%6r6tt', -Wlttiahi :- aec6ffi* pahfed Ml*, afid. • Mrs", Wallace' Simps6ft la's* • WeSk..' t6. the 'Ddtt omers ^ Members of the Four dot-Mrs club and the families Attended a club party at Algoha Friday ev- enving, some 70 people attending, , t ____ „„.. Parks hfihie id Jhfelp- wltn- flfip"er«' ing.. Mrs.v Parks ts'a daughter of The evening was spent at 500 attd high were Edward Rich and Ev*' are visiting this w'eek rental Mbi'rls Miteh^ll Mrs. JioqUe Otto 6f visited at the home of h Mr, and Mrs. Henry Sehllltfe during past week. Mr. and Mrs. Mclvih Warner of Waterloo were weekend guests at the Sam Warner home. ,. " Mr. and Mrs. L.,J. Reed ot Algona find Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber were Sunday ; dinner guests at the .Billy Hof-hbme at LuVerne, Mr, and Mrs. Alvln Zumach and son Gary were Sunday dinner guests at the John Theesfield home. WesleyansAt Corwith Funeral Wednesday A.M, Wesley—Mrs. Julius Mate and Robert attended the funeral of her aunt!Mrs. George,Keleh at Corwijlh Wednesday morning. Vincent Matz was expected home the first of. the week from the General hospital at Algona where lie has been several weeks for medical care of the broken collar bone received in a car accident. He was at the horrid of'his ancle and aunt, the Oswald Lal- '.iers at Algona, a few days before going home.. '• . Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schulte entertained Mr. and Mrs. Howard Schulte and Mrs, Jacque Otto al dinner Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bierstedt /'•'/". / niicd Stales Brcwas Foundation INSERTABLE PLASTIC TAB INDEXES 9 5 COLORED INDEX TABS ® FOR S'/zxll ' SHEETS ALGONA NEWSPAPERS BABY Have a New Remodeled Maternity Ward Swift's baby chicks are now being hatched in a new addition constructed of glazed tile and concrete. We are proud of this new addition because it provides for chicks being produced under the most modern hospital-clean conditions. We would like to invite you to examine our incubation methods, but sorry, the "No Admittance" sign is up for your protection. However, we can't prevent you from peeking in the window at the new Maternity Ward, and this we do invite you to do. x You can be sure your Swift's chicks will be HEALTHY, Do you know that government estimates show that farmers are going to raise 30% less chicks in 1948? This can only mean high egg and poultry prices this fall and winter. This year will offer you the opportunity to recover the mediocre results you had in the latter part of 1947. From all indications the production of poultry will be extremely profitable in 1948. We carry a complete line of poultry feeds that are mixed to give you maximum production and satisfaction. Our heavy sales of poultry 26% Balancer Mash and Pellets indicate its popularity amongst producers. You can't go wrong on SWIFT'S FEEDS We Carry A Complete Line Of ^ Jamesway Poultry Equipment See Us For Your Needs $ REMEMBER, SWIFT'S CHICKS ARE HEALTHY, HUSKY AND HARDY * * Swift 6* Company PHON§ 264 IOWA At Frazen Rites ', .. . . A group of Wesieyans attended the funeral of Mrs, Carl. Franzen at Britt Thursday afterhooni They included the Roy Hansens/ John Paulsons, Axel and Ray Carlsons, Oscar Johnsons, Fred Seefelts, John Richters, Ed and Jack Richter, Olaf Funftemarks, Mrs. L. L. Lease and Mrs. A. M. Lease. Mrs. Franzen's." brother; Dr. Hague of Lake Mills, died Tuesday of a stroke. New Loebig Son Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Loebig are proud parents of a baby boy, born Thursday, March 11 at the Kossuth hospital at Algona. They have two other children, 'Craig and Billy. Infant Is Named The new'baby at the Larry Lang home at Cedar Falls has been named Marcia Ann. The infant was born Saturday, March G. Erdman's Team Wins The boys' basketball team of Lisbon, coached by Bernard Erdman, oldest son''of Mr.-anti' Mrs. Paul Erdman, won its' <?6uhty tournament and conference championship. A reception was given Saturday for the coach and players and the program was broadcast over a Cedar Rapids'station at 10:15 p. m. , ' ; -^C": Home From Hospital •''; Mrs. John Bauer and infant daughter Pamela Ann<? were* brought home < Thursday fronV Forest City where the .babyi was born March 2. °; •** Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kelch and family spent several days last week at the parental Mrs. Viola Studer home. -On Wednesday' morning Mr. and Mrs. Kelch attended the funeral of his aunt, Mrs. George Kelch at Corwith. The Priscilla Phoebe society will meet at the Free Evangelical church Wednesday, March 31 Mrs. L. Larson and Mrs. Anna Funnemark will be hostesses. Mrs. J. W. Walker and Raymond of Corwith. visited her mother Mrs. Susan Lease Wednesday. . : Four John "Penning children enrolled in the grades of the public school last week. They are Raymond, Jerome, Beverly and Eldon. The family moved last week from Mason City to the P. C. Haynes residence north of main street, Mrs. Will Ryan went to Bopne Saturday to see her mother Mrs. Catherine Lacey, who is ill. Mrs. ' Chas. Kraus returned home Saturday from a week's visit with her sister Mrs. Gladys Carey. The senior class of the public school has started practice ' on their play "Cheerio, My Deario". Mrs. Chas. Mullin is coach. Joan Price, a 5th grader in the public school won. the spelling contest held recently. She. will enter the county contest at Algona, March 20. Joan is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Price. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Downs and baby Sylvia visited at the Leo Young home' at Garner Thursday, The women are sisters. ' Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildman were Monday evening dinner guests al the Robert Kain home in honoi of their granddaughter Sharon Kain, who celebrated her 15th birtnday that day.> Mr, and Mrs. Kain, Bobby and Dickie visited at ,4Jie Hildman home'Tuesday evefyjflg/ Sharon Kain attended .,.,tbj»i''basketball game at Mason City that evening. Service Station (Junction l£ and 169) ! WILL BE CL6SfiD From 6:30 P/M. Saturday Nites Until 12:30 P. M. Sunday Noons We Maintain 24-HoUr ^ Wrecker Service \ < (Around the Clotk) CALLUS Lube - Tire - Battery Service Chrome ( Service Station PHONE 1030 8end f Us Your pry Charting Free ,' 1'lck-Up - nnd Delivery Thru-Out Kossuth County Let • us put that "new look" into all the family's clothes'. f ."in^w^is V.". the time to have vtfW "" ,•, Spring'and Easter, gar- » ments ' made spic ahd spari-^-avbid,. the-'/ rush! > V *• We'll pick them up—return them: to you ready, , . for the Easter' parade 1 Phbne 537 MODERN ./ Dry Cleaners and Totjflctlonl TatpewtU Cowan Building Supply Co. Division r ' Jones Can't Tell You THE COST OF HOME INSULATION .INSULATION costs .vary.,with different homes because of a difference in size and architecture , ten how much it ^ ... An Eagle Certified Insulation Job ;cnts'fuel consumption as .much as 40%;. .. .actually pays: foi; i out of fuel savings. '' ' ' exactly what Eagle Home Insulation—or any other—^ free engineering survey of your home today. l • • " " ' by considering these facts ' ^ • i \ m ST. JOE Casper Thilges is receiving medical aid at a Council Bluffs hospital. The three-week.pjdj;.;. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Zeimet is at the Fort Doftge hbsjjjtal. receiving medical aid. '-V I'' Phy-llis Mergen, Whittemore, is spending this week at the Ralph Reding home. Rose Mary Arend, S*. Benedict, is attending to the household ruties at the Wm. • Erpeldipg home. Mr. and Mrs. Erpelding are parents of a boy, borri Feb. -?7 at St. Joseph's Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, • ••'•>*• Mrs. R.aymo^d Kphlhaas, pnuis Ann,, and Howard -' ' ''" '' '-I-"* Eagle Insulation ia permanent. Long after it has been pai4 fbr tjie^fuel savings continue. Eagle Insulation'i^eproof. It has reduced fire damage in mfln^ homes by retarding! progress of the fire. T.''' 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