The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 20, 1943 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 20, 1943
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Algona Ufo** B«* Motnw, Algdiifl, town, May 20, 1943 ,d i. fr i ,»i ,1 •ft * •i •w A M BANCROFT YOUNG FOLKS MARRIED LAST THURSDAY . Miss Reglna Fangman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank f angman, »nd Peter J< Sehiltis were married Thursday 11 morning at 8 o'clock ia St. John's church, with Rev. J. M. Schultes officiating. Miss Veronica Fangman, niece of the bride, and Hay Fangman, brother of the bride attended the couple. . The bride wore a street4ength powder blue silk suit dress and biege 'accessories. She carried A bouquet of carnations and snap* dragons. Her attendant wore a street'length rose gabardine suit dress and Carried white and rbse snapdragons. After the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the Henry Grandjanette home. At noon a three-ccrVirse wedding' dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents to 40 relatives and friends. Read The Want Ads—it Pays SWIFT'S EGG MASH tf '! «. 8*5 To keep those egg cases filled, feed your flock Swift's Egg Mash. This proved, egg maker supplies the things your flock needs, with home-grown grains and rough- ages, for sustained, heavy egg production. And it helps keep feed cost down. Swift's Egg Mash supplies animal and vegetable protein; vitamins A, B, D, G, and K; calcium, phosphorus, manganese, and essential trace minerals. It takes a good mush to keep your birds healthy.lprodticing at their best. Swift's Egg Mash will do the job well—economically! Buy it the next time you need feed. SELMA JOHNSON, EAGLE TOWNSHIP, DIED SATURDAY Swea City —The oldest living niember of a pioneer northwest Kossuth family, Miss Selma' Johnson, died early Saturday at the home of her sister, Mrs. Oscar Bergreen in Eagle township. Miss Johnson, who was about 68 years of age, was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Johnson, who came to Swea township from Sweden in 1880. Of a family of eleven children, all but three are now ,Head. Those living include Mrs. Anna Larson, Mrs. Oscar Berggreen and County Supervisor- elect Myron Johnson, all of Swea City. Born In Sweden Miss Johnson was born in Sweden and came to this country when a child. She was for several years a teacher in the rural schools oi this community and was known as a splendid, capable instructor More recently she had been engaged as housekeeper in various Twin City homes, until her health failed last year. Heart trouble anc complications gradually weakened her until she became bedfast. She passed away in her sleep early Saturday, Funeral Tuesday Funeral services were planned for Tuesday afternoon at Immanuel Lutheran church with burial in the Lutheran cemetery in Swea township, where her late parents are buried. Brothers and sisters «rhb preceded her in death were Albert, Amanda, Ida, Joshua, Esther, Mary, and an infant brother. Miss Johnson had made her home in this community at such times as she was not employed elsewhere, and had assisted in the care of her aged mother before tho latter's death. She was faithful and active in the work .of the Lutheran church, in which she was baptized and confirmed in childhood. Fishermen from here who went to Spirit Lake for the opening of the season Saturday returned with small catches. The Rev. ,,8. A. Andersen returned Saturday from New Richland, Wis., where he conducted evangelistic meetings for two weeks. Esther Smith spent Monday with her friend, Florence Alberts, at Estherville. Miss Alberts is employed in the office of the Estherville Enterprise. Shirley Sampson, music instructor in the local school, drove to Northfield, Minn., Saturday with two high school students, Kathryn Tweeten and Jean Erickson. The party attended the annual music festival at St. Olaf college there. Walter G. Smith drove to Radcliffe last Friday to bring home his daughter, Esther, who has been teaching music and literature in the high school there. Esther has accepted a contract for next year at a substantial increase in salary. Radcliffe is a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, of which Algona is also a member. Mrs. Roseoe Mawdsley has not been in the best of health lately, hence she has been removed,to the Kossuth hospital at Algona. Her ailment has been diagnosed as pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller of Burt and daughter, Mabeline, motored to Ft. Dodge on Monday. The occasion Was for a general check-up on the health of Mr. Cox. School In Districts No. 7 and 8 are closed for the school year and also No. 4. All enjoyed picnics. Miss Leigh entertained her pupils at a picnic at the Call State Park, the group going to Algona via train. For some of the pupils this was their first train ride. School in District No. 4, Cresco township, closed last Friday. Miss Malloy, the teacher, entertained her group at a theatre party. MRS. BEDA WATSON, IRV1NGTON POSTMISTRESS, RESIGNS JUNE 1 SWIFT & COMPANY • DAIRY cV POULTRY MV- U y. » From where I sit... fy Joe Marsh Fete Swanson fancies himself as an armchair strategist. Sometimes he gets so tangled up, I Just can't resist tryin' to straighten him out. For instance, the other oayne '•was waking indignant about our 'soldiers being allowed to buy beer right in camp. Said that •was just coddling the troops and i yrould ruin discipline. I I told him fhe actual f actslkad already, been established by a •tndy the Government made. f fj^elr r^rt iSia ctiaiilaliisrand * the military police agree thai instead of ruining discipline, 3.2 beer sold In Army camps provides our soldiers with a mild form of relaxation without Impairing their efficiency. Well, Pete allowed that the' chaplains and military police are a pretty good authority on •what's right for soldiers. I've noticed lately he's been confining his remarks to the broader phases of strategy. Irvington — Mrs. Beda Watson has resigned as postmistress of the IrVingtori office, to be effective June 1st or as soon thereafter vs she can be checked out by the postal inspectors. Mrs. Wa,tson plahs to go to California, where her family is now located. The two oldest Watson boys, John and Dick, are both married and with their families reside in San Francisco. Ruth, the only daughter, now married also, lives in the west. Paul and Bob are both serving with the armed forces. Ray Watson has been located at San Francisco for some years. Old records reveal that George Smith was the first postmaster at Irvington, having received his . No. 63 of a Series Copyright, 1943, Brewing Industry Foundation CHEK-R-CHIX We are now booking orders for June and July deliveries.' All chicks are from U. S. Approved, U. S. Pullorum Tested flocks. Let us have you* order TODAY. — Also May Ducklings — Swea City Hatchery t»_, -1^ , ~. «,-•-«' I Jr.- . -,'•. Phone 35 Swea City, Iowa 1 14-tf commission to act in that capacity on May 27, 1857. A short time later Lyman Treat was appointed to fill the office and served the general public until 1878, when tie retired from his general merchandise business. Thus Mr; Treat holds the distinction of being the last postmaster to serve on the townsite of "old Irvington." Records since 1901 reveal that Chestei Dutton was postmaster at thai date. Others following were Harry Lewis, J. M. Watson, M. W. Frank arid Mrs. Watson. There is some speculation abou the fate of the local office as in many instances the smaller offices have been discontinued and the service taken over by rural routes of the larger towns. At present the LuVerne rural route serves the patrons in the Irvington community. Mrs. James Mcgonegal left las Monday for Strickney, S. D., where she will visit for two weeks with relatives and friends. The lightning of Saturday nigh burned out several telephones on rural line three, which serves tb patrons south of Algona. Mrs. Monroe Mikkelson anc family of Dickinson, N. D., visited here last week with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Perry Phillips. Andy -Gisch has been spendin a few days'on furlough with "hi father, Ben. Gisch. Andy is sta tioned at Corpus Christi, Texas and is specializing in navy patro I work. Illllllllllllllllllllllll™ Two Big Farm Products Fairmont Fairmont Civic & Commerce Association and v. Scrap Harvest i * ^ Tuesday, May 25 •• * i it, * - • »s- ^ «{^F' if .,-t <,^W»- ft . iBfcP^ ^M^ MB ^W^ ^•Wfcflfc ' iHfc ^r^P»W ^1 STRETCH proteins and Koitw grown TANVIIAC Products PIUS T ANVIL AC Service Helps Moke Your Feed Go Farther Get to know the TANVILAC Dealer. He'll help you "gel more ttlle«a»* out of precious protein* and home-grown grain* and hay crept. For 20 years, Tanvilac products have helped thrifty livestock and poultry (eedera cut down feeding costs by supplementing home-grown feed* with vitamins, and digester*. You can do equally a* well today —when every pound oi feed must do more than ever before. Write lo Your Tanvllac Dealer can supply you tvllh: New Improved TanvlUe lor culturing grain! for llreilock •ad poultry. Special Tanvllac lor dry-Iodine cattle and fhMp. • Itonit 4 Tanvllac Culture! lor •tailing chlclci, pigi, ealVM and Iambi. The Tanvllac Company 535-43 S. W. Seventh St Del Molnes, Iowa. Please send me information en how Tanvilac Feeder* make home-grown grain* go farther in feeding. Name. Addre**.I have.. Hog* Cattle OB SEE YOUR TANVIIAC DEALEHi ..Chicken* ..Shoop J. L Richardson Hdwe Store Algona, Iowa PORK LIVER FRESH, SLICED 19 Lb. 5 RED POINTS Armours Star— 5 Red Fts. Ib. BRAUNSCHWEIGER y s Lb. Ring— 5 Pts. Ib. BOLOGNA Lb. Sliced— 4 Red Pts. Ib. BACON ENDS Lb. I6c 23c 23c Pickled— 2 Red Pts. 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