The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 21, 1937 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa,* Jan. 21,1937 STORK PRffHtS Kelsons, Biekmans, Hedina of Fenton, Culbert- abns of Lone Rock Feoton: Baby boys made their appearance in the following homes during ttie past week. A »% pound boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Nelson on Friday, January 16; a ?% pound boy to Mr. and Mrs. Lester Biekman on Tuesday, .Janvary 32th; a son to Mr. and Mrs. , Fred Hedin on Wednesday, January 18th. Mrs. Hedin is the former Myrtle Thompson of Seneca. A 8«4 pound son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Merle Culbertson at Lone Rock. Mrs. Culbertson is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August Meyers of Fenton. Dr. J. A. Mueller of Fenton had charge of the four births. At Whittemore Shower Pearl Higley was honored at a miscellaneous shower on Sunday afternoon at the Academy hall in Whittemore. Those from Fenton and Fairville attending were the Mesdamea Clarence Wegener, Melvin Mansagr, Alfred Meyers, Ceo. Bolte, Virgil Zwiefel, Ervin Huskamp, William Huskamp, Everett Dreyer, Ernest Votteler, George Gremmels, Raymond Gremmels. Arnold Hantelman, E. K. Johnson and daughter, Marjorie, William Miller, Albert Bleckwenn, Ed Greinert, Edwin Greinert and Cliff Frink. Miss Higley received a large number of beautiful gifts. Miss Higley-s marriage to Mike Beach will take place in St Michael's Catholic church on Wednesday morning,-Jan. 27th. A wedding dance will be held the same evening In Whittemore. Fifth Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wallace celebrated their fifth wedding anniversary Sunday evening. Guests included: Mr. and Mrs. John Wallace and sons, Gordon and Mervin, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hintz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boettcher, Mr. and Mrs. Art Kres- rin and family, Mr. and Mrs. Will Dreyer and Victor, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Potratz and Beverly, Ed Meyer, Axel Peterson, Maynard Lee, Lorena and Loretta Meyer, Lydia . Seegebarth and Roxie Fisher, the FR£f/\Q sufferers of STOMACH ULCERS < HYPERACIDITY Wrilards Mcssaaf* of Relief PRICELESS INFORMATION for £«£. suffering from STOMACH OR DUODENAL ULCERS. DUE TO HYPERACIDITY-POOR DIGESTION. ACID DYSPEPSIA. SOUR STOMACH. CASS1- NESS, HEARTBURN. CONSTIPATION. BAD BREATH. SLEEPLESSNESS OR HEADACHES, DUE TO EXCESS ACID. EiplaiM the marvelous WUIard Tnat- •mnt which IB bringing Sold on 25 dayt trial* k. A. H. BOBCHABDT AII Algona . Caruso? Sunday morning, Chet Holt arose somewhat early, turned on the radio, and began puttering around the Holt apartment Mrs. Holt, catching a few more winks, remained in the snuggy coziness of a warm bed. After a while, she was awakened to the tones of a cross between -a grand opera selection: and a street-corner yodel, heard amid the very evident sputtering of a radio program. "Chet, turn off that terrible radio,™ called Mrs. Holt "I never heard such a voice." "That ain't the radio," called Chet from the bathroom, "that's just me." latter of Mallard. The evening was ^ent at five hundred with Mrs. Clarence Wegener and Herman Hintz the winners of the high score prize. The Wallaces were presented with a'number of beautiful gifts and at the close a delicious luncheon was served by Mrs. Wallace. Mrs. Ernest Votteler and sons were Emmetsburg visitors Saturday. Ernest Veaux of Ida Grove spent tiie week end at the L. J. Weisbrod home. Mary Ann Bonn spent Sunday afternoon and night with Marjorie Johnson. Miss Roxie Fisher of Mallard spent last week end with Mrs. Maurice Wallace. James, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyer of Lotts Creek, has been ill the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Will Elmers and Walter Loeck were Sunday dinner guests at the Henry Berghofer home. Mrs. .Everett Dreyer and Mrs. Walter Ohm attended the Lotts Creek Lutheran Aid society meeting on Friday. The Fenton Woman's club met Tuesday, Jan. 19, at the home of Mrs. E. W. Ruske, assisted by Mrs. J. A. Schwartz. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wegener were entertained at dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Dreyer on Sunday evening. Gilbert Bleckwenn, Frank Dreyer, Eldon Hantelman and Irvin Frink returned home Sunday evening from a four weeks trip in California. Ruth and Isabel Weisbrod went to Algona Sunday. On Monday Ruth enrolled in the Algona high school as a junior, and will stay with her grandmother, Mrs. J. C. Kresensk?. Theodore Bierstedt of Whittemore and Andrew Funk of Rodman and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bell and children, Robert and Lorcn, were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Herman Gade home. Mrs. Everett Dreyer entertained her bridge club on Saturday afternoon. Mrs. E. J. Frank played for high score prize and Mrs. Henry Reimers received the second high. PUBLIC SALE I wffl sell at public auction on the Geo. Kuhn farm, S'A miles •onfliwest of Titonka, IH miles north of Doan church, 4 miles w ^«° d *% n' 11 '* north ** We » le y' « ""Hes «"»t and 1% miles south of Bart, on Thursday, Jan. 28 SALE STARTS AT 12:00 O'CLOCK LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS 173 Head of Livestock Head of Horses 69 Head of Cattle 69 95 Head of Hogs 95 Full Line of Farm Machinery Own or arrange with your banker or cler ; gale. Walter S. Anderson TERMS—dash or arrange with your banker or clerk prior to date of the gate. iUdale and John, Auctio i Exchange State Bit, Wesley, clerk Mrs. C. F. Wegener assisted Mrs. Dreyer in serving the refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Bonn and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nannie, the latter couple of Clear Lake, visited at the Jack Farrell and Edw. Dehnert homes in LuVerne Sunday. The Bohns, Nannies and Farrells were evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dennett. Marjorie Bailey, who is home from the Rochester hospital, where she is taking nurses' training, visited her brother, Cecil Bailey and family at Seneca several days last week and on Saturday went to Armstrong for a few days' visit with her sister, Mrs. A. T. Whitlow and family. A group of young people enjoyed an afternoon of sleighing at the Mrs. .Elsie Dreyer home Sunday afternoon. Those participating were: Edmund Krause, Ruth and Tusnelda Kabelitz, Marie Fauerby, Irene Bleckwenn, Mathilda, Elna, Arthur and Irvin Ruhnke, Ella, Lorena, Dorothy, Harold and Raymond Dreyer and Rut>l Dreyer. At the close Mrs. Dreyer treated the young people to pop corn and apples. Alfalfa Cuts Loss in Pregnant Ewes Pregnancy discat-t in sneep is caused by undernourishiment and can be cured by proper feeding and care. Dr. K. W. Stouder, extension veterinarian at Iowa State College, said this week. No satisfactory treatment has yet been found for the trouble once it develips. Out of 144 men with breeding flocks who reported their experiences, 103 had no trouble with the disease. Of the 103 breeders, 68 fed alfalfa hay and 33 fed good soybean hay or some good legume hay. Of the 31 men whose flocks had some .pregnancy disease, only 12 fed some alfalfa. Of the 31 men, some lost only from 1 to 4 sheep. Of the 19 who had trouble with the disease and who fed no alfalfa, most of them fed corn silage, corn fodder or timothy hay as a roughage. One lost 40 out of 100 ewes and another lost 20 per cent of his ewes. In other words, losses from the disease seem to be much more serious in flocks deprived of good legume roughage than in flocks fed a better ration, Dr. Stouder said. If a case of pregnancy disease shows up in a flock, ration of the ewes should be changed at once with good legume hay constituting a large part of the roughage allowed and a good grain ration fed. Use of legume hay and a sharp reduction in the amount of corn fed seems fundamental in controlling the disease. Sometimes properly fed ewes suffer from the disease because they are infested with internal parasites, Dr. Stouder said. For the Homemaker Ideas, SuKRrwtionH, News for Women Headers Sometimes the outer leaves are discarded because they are brown and wilted. Heads with crisp outer leaves should be selected. When the lettuce is brought home from market, it should be washed in cold water, wrapped in a cloth or put in a covered, ventilated pan in a cold place until used. The leaves should be dried before serving or they may make the dressing watery. The bleached Inner leaves aer slightly richer in vitamin B, which helps to insure a good appetite and a healthy digestive tract For vitamin C, which helps to build sound teeth and . healthy gums and for vitamin D, essential to growth, there is little difference between the inner and outer leaves. Lettuce is available in practically all markets the year round. It is a fresh vegetable worth buying in the winter, because of its vitamin content. The price varies little by seasons and averages about a fraction of a cent per leaf. LuVerne Man Will Enter Army Service Lu Verne: Lawrence Murray, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Murray, who has been a project director of the Urban Zoning and Planning Projects of the Iowa State Planning Board at Ames for some time, has now entered service in the United States Army and has been assigned to duty with the Civilian Conservation Corp in the Pacific Coast region. To Members of the Gay Paree Nite Club Hand's Park, Fairmont, Minn. Saturday, Jan. 23rd The Rhythm Club Orchestra Sunday, Jan. 24 Craven's Golden Gate Band MUFFINS EASY TO MAKE By observing a few simple rules muffins can be baked easily and with the knowledge that they will come out of the oven light and fluffy, free of tunnels or peaks, says Miss Elizabeth Sutherland, associate professor of foods and nutrition at Iowa State College. Peaks or humps on top of muffins and tunnels inside are caused by too much beating, she says. The dough should not be beaten until it is smooth but only enough to dampen the dry materials. Tough or dry muffins result from too much beating, too much flour, too little shortening or milk. Too hot an oven and too much sugar cause a heavy dark crust. The muffin batter should be mixed quickly and put into pans immediately. It may then stand a few minutes if necessary, without damaging the product Muffins are done, says Miss Sutherland, when the dough has shrunk slightly from the sides of the pans and when the tops are firm and delicately brown. • • * USE OUTER LETTDCE LEAVES The outer green leaves of a head of lettuce often trimmed off in favor of the more compact heart are in some way the most valuable part of the lettuce, Miss Mae Anderson, extension nutritionist at Iowa State College, informs homemakers. The deep green leaves are more than 30 times as rich in vitamin A as the pale, greenish white inside leaves. The moral for the housewife is to use the entire head of lettuce. The outer green leaves can be shredded and used in salads and sandwiches, if they seem too coarse to be used whole. When used whole on the salad plate, they are likely to be left uneaten. Lettuce should not be used as a decorative "bed" for salads, fruits and vegetables but as a food part of the salad. 8SSX8Q Richpoint New The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Sill has been ailing with a bad cold. John and Tony KajewsU. Whittemore, visited their brother, Frank last week. Mr. and Mrs. Capesius wen guests at the Julius Winkel hone Thursday evening. Lee Hiserodt was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Johnson, Plum Creek, Sunday . Frank Ktjewskl held a successful farm sale Jan. 14. The Kajew- skis will soon move to Algona. Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson attended a birthday party at the Leon Merritts, Algona, Thursday evening. Mrs. Chester Bailey and her daughter, Mrs. C. N. Aalfs were callers Saturday at the Hugh Raney home. Mary Black spent Saturday and Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Geo. Kain, Plum Creek, while Mr. Kara made a business trip to Chicago. Radio Service Satisfactory Service in Algona since 1922 Ed Genrich at Bjustrom's VWWVWKWWWWUWWW Winter Driving We Are Having a CLOSE-OUT DELCO TAKES LEAD in VALUE ON HOT WATER HOT AIR HEATERS Those of you that need heaters better come In and get a bargain. TIRES are going up. We are Belling tires at depression prices. TIRE CHAINS We're selling them lower In price now than back in 1932. ALCOHOL Denatured, gaL «e T HIS factory price tag on all DELCO Batteries assures you of getting the exact Battery you pay for. Delco Batteries are "PACKED WITH POWER" and "EXTRA VALUE." It is the original equipment battery on such popular cars as Buick, Oldsmobile, Pontiac, Cadillac, La Salle and Chevrolet. Replace with a DELCO— The Quality Battery. ANYTHING TOD NEED FOR YOUR AUTOMOBILE YOU'LL FIND AT THE GREENBERG AUTO SUPPLY Algona, Iowa

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