The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 23, 1948 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 23, 1948
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2--Alfi6na Upper Oes Main*! Tuesday, Mareh 23, 1949 R.E.A. Makes Buy Of Station And Grounds, Swea City Swda City — The H^A. has purchased the former A. M. Mc- Anlnch filling station and grounds and will put up a building to house .thoir equipment and • trucks. The deal was completed the first of last week. We have not'been able to learn the material to be used, to date, but it is understood they will put up a large building. Possession will be given April 1. Building is Sold The Swea City postouice building changed Hands again last week when fir. C. C. Anderson purchased it from Walter Gardner, East Chain. Mr. Gardner bought the building about two years ago from A. Berends, Bancroft. It was formerly the State Bank property. Visits Swea City Hugh Black. Algona, Was here oh business Wednesday, March 17. Union Services Planned Union Good Friday services will be held here by the four churches on March 26, at the Methodist church at 1 p. m. We Can Make ANYTHING in WOOD! Kitchen Cabinets OUR SPECIALTY T TRUCK BOXES WAGON BOXES FEED BUNKS BROODER HOUSES Made to Your Order , T CALL US PHONE 41OJ E. E. (Bud) ROBINSON North Diagonal—600 Block Just North of North Central Iowa Feed Store The order of Servio.e follows: Organ prelude, J> iva Moats. Hymn, "Whqn . I Survey the Wondrous Cross"; responsive reading, £ev. Peters; prayer, Rev. C. Bower. Methodist junior choir, "1 Liv6 in Thee"; first message "Pilate the Coward", Rev. A. M. YoUrtg- quist. Vocal solo, Walter Peterson. Second message, "Simon a Cyr- enian", the Rov. Peter Peters; hymn, "There is a Green Hill Far Away". Offertory (for the American Bible society). Third message: "The Two Malefactors", the Rev. C. Bower; musical number-,- the Lutheran church. . . . , Closing message, "Joseph of Arimethea", Rev. S. H. Hammer; Baptist mixed quartet composed of Mrs. Peters, Daryl Peterson, LaVonne Peterson and Sam Link. Benediction, Rev. A. M. Youngquist. Postlude. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Essington, Council Bluffs, returned to their home Thursday after spending several days visiting their daughter, Mrs. Walter Mino and family. The Essingtons are farmers, about 15 miles from Council Bluffs. Shirley Ann Berg is home from Cook county hospital, Chicago, for a time, due to an infection on her hand. Friends of Alice Uhr helped her celebrate her birthday at her home Wednesday, Mar. 17. Those present included Mrs. Ray Sperbeck, Mrs. Selmer Uhr, Mrs. Lee Hansen. Mrs. Susie Schroeder, Mrs. Floyd Treat, Mrs. Ervin Link and Mrs. Andrew Uhr. Phyllis Hammond left Thursday, 'the 18th, for Duluth to begin a three-year course of nurses training in St. Luke's hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sanders made the trip with her by auto, stopping at the Twin Cities. Floyd Montgomery has gone to Houston, Tex., where he has d job on a tugboat on the Gulf-of- Mexico. The boat is owned by a friends with whom he served in the Merchant Marine during the war. A special meeting of the Swea- Harrison Home Study group will be held Monday, March 22, at the V. F. W. hall at 2 p. m. Doctor Lee of Iowa State college will give a talk on the raising and feeding of little chickens. The meeting is open to all interested persons. Warren Ewing, regular post- office clerk, has been approved as civil service secretary, to succeed Mrs. Gregor Deim. 'The sum of $559.50 was subscribed to the Red 'Cross in the recent drive here. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Heiken ol Fairmont were shaking hands with old friends Monday. They That Home Will Require Quality PLUMBING and HEATING Expertly Installed • We Have the "Know-How" * We Have the Materials •We Have the Fixtures, LET US PLAN IT WITH YOU! FUNK & DEIM PLUMBINO AND HiATIN© 119 S^Mth Dsflge Ttlephcine 83 recently returned , nia, where » they spfeftt > ttyo mdriths with their son Mau'net and family, > '.' s Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Milled aftd Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller efrBa^ falo Center, have rctu'fned frsrh Beatrice, Neb., where they ViSlt- •ecl relatives and attended the golden wedding reception of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pefferman, heild in the Methodist church at> Ellife, Neb. Mr. alid Mrs. Olc Qlsen visited relatives liere 1 fo,r several days, returning to thoir home in Wfl- mar, Minn., March 17. Mr. and Mrs. Nels, Martin,»jrt, Starbuck, Minn., were here visiting the parental Ole Roalsons, last week. They had been^called to forest City, because ,ot serious illness of his father. « < '•»... Boy Injured By Fall In Haymow Bancroft: Tommy McGuire, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. McGuire of Bancroft fell from the haymow Wednesday at his home and crashed a bone in his foot. He also tore some of the ligaments in his leg. / Paul, Loretta,' and • Mafcella Weber of Bancroft returned the first of the week from Wiscohv sin, where they had been Visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Roy McGuire and Dorothy McCloisch, all. of Bancroft, went to Dos Moines,^Sunday, to attend a Beauty convention. They returned: Tuesday.- ' Mrs. Ben Dorr of St. .Benedict came to stay\with -Mrs. • Cletus Dorr and Arlis of Bancroft.while Cletus is a patient at the Veterans hospital in Des Moines. Lyle Torraine came the first;of the week and stayed, till Tuesday with his mother, Mrs. Perry Torino of Bancroft. Billy Deitering, who attnds St. Thomas college at St. "Paul, Vlinn. came to spend the Piaster vacation with his parents,'' " Mr. ind Mrs. Andy Deitering of Bancroft. . . , s :) 'i t FENTQN ' In New Location . Dr. Jolley is open for" business in his new location in the rooms formerly occupied by Dr. Capesius, in the Goetsch building. ' ' , At Weed Spraying •"••"" ; Several men of the FentohiJor. cality attended a weed spraying demonstration at Fort Dodge on Tuesday. Among those attending were John Munch, Everett Div?y- er, Don Uthof, Willard Menz, and Clarence Triggs. Mary Circle Meeting The Mary Circle met Wednesday, March" 17, in; the home ol Mrs. Fred "Newel. Mrs. John Newel was co-hostess. Mrs. Fred Brown-led in devotions, and Mrs. Sari Crouch gave the lesson. There were 13 members present. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Earl Crouch, Mrs. Clarence Dsborn co-hostess. ' Buy Home Cafe Mr. and Mrs. John Fuhr have bough the Home Cafe from Lorraine Gramenz. They will take over the business April 1. Homebuilders Class ' The Homebuilders Sunday .school class met Tuesday evening irf*-the church parlors. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Wolfe and Mr. and- Mrs. Frank Behne were on the refreshment committee. Mr. and Mrs. V, J. Tatu'frt,. Mr; and Mrs. S. E. Straley -and Mr^tihd Mrs, C. C. Voigt had charge of the program. Mr. Tatum had/charge of the devotions; and : a short business meeting was held before the program.'. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber , f Sdfldiy JWfli MM: nah Anddi-SofJ at swell city,: , Mrs. Fhlflfp W&'Sbfbd iS ing with h<fr dfttfghtfef.Mtt. Wdods at Jfeftetfofl. , - -, • Sunday diftftei* Quests at the home of Mrs, Anna Osbbfft wefc Mr. and Mrs. Otta Kelly of SW68 City, Mr. and Mrsr William Brown afid MI*, attd Mrs. Melviti Bfown of Armstreflg afcd > UtS. Pauline Potfer of.Rookfovd, m.» Mr. and Mrs/ fevefett Greyer and sons and Mr. and Mrs, Paul Eigler and girls were among those attending a surprise birthday party at the John Kohlwes ^Jd^^'^^M^imf^ ' v *f*<$h <' '• W*uitt-Mrt. Cterfiftrt' ffeft* fifl; ,;' ^ ; i \ • , , »'• ' The Lydia Clfde Mfet Wfedfl&ff day, March 11, ^n the Hohife bf Mrs. Clar'ence Arbogast. Wfs. George Goetsch led devotions find Mrs; Jorirf Munch gaVfc th'S lesson. There were 12 mefriberg 1 firesent and .two guests Mrs, Blanche Httskamjj and Mrs, Adelph Man* sen. ,The next rrteeting will be with Mrs. J. B". Mansen. _ The Hook and Eye Sowing club met Tuesday afternoon in the ¥ ' tslft&V .KHttrt*' [jt ! fc'WSilftee Smith WGrtJ-i iviynuoy t $v<§fllffff yV dlflftGr Itfkfe iif 'tte <WfIft<*a *Stoeber home. , ~ w ' MC-'-'SM^Mrg. itohn FunKf"^ girls were"v$u|iday guests ih ; »A j^t. p ert i ^ omd at ttu,,A»*»J "M 'K Waste Kitcheh Space' ; ' Dofeg Vcl'tir range, sMnd albrte, the-J-efJit^atbf stahd alofie; an ^ <T fill v t with , -ttUH b&Sd Ca oft- Pfinfy el Ll PGOIiOnjllJHi. moil ; ,j , t.t'Wsfff bulbs-, Install *n ,6Ver-%9^ light. yv fludrescerlt'» {JtJ& '.»• ITl'l-'l''-' -• "">! •'•'• -^ •* "• ^ '^* " ~^j 1 ' ONCENTRAJF ^h That's how Fox ^^ 2 - } • 40 Centrals t cutt down your hog feed costs. Every A ounce docs a job, ^^ no - non-producing A filler), fox 2-1-40 ^^ u a 6 r ?3t basic A balancer—supplies ^^ minerals, vitamins ^^ and proteins. Fed straight or mixed, ^^ it rolls on the pounds in record time. t just us efficient for dairy .cattle, steers, sheep and poultry. 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