The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 6, 1960 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 6, 1960
Page 12
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\»»^1 4-Alf ono (la.) Uppor DM Motaot TuMday, P«t. 6, 1»60 LONE ROCK Lone ftock — Myrtle Hanna of Sioux City is spending the vireek in the home of Mr and Mrs Everett Hanna. Myrtle Hanna. Mr and Mrs Bob Hanna and family were Thanksgiving guests in the Mr and Mrs William Wirtz home at Fairmont. Mr and Mrs Harlan Blanchard were hosts to Thanksgiving dinner in their home. Guests were Mr and Mrs Raiph Ricdel and Curtis of Ringsted. Everett Householder, Mrs Woodrow Pet- lit and family. Mr . and Mrs Everett Hanna were Thanksgiving guests in the Willard Gregson home Algona. Jean Brandow of Algona is spending a few days with Becky Brandow in the riarvey Larson home. Mr and Mrs LcRoy Klepper and Tom were Thursday guests in the Floyd McCain home in Emmetsburg. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Thompson and children of Creston, Mr and Mrs Glenn Hughes and family and Owen Berhow were Thanksgiving guests in the Andrew Thompson nome. Verdabelle Thompson has left for Dallas, Tex. after spending two weeks in the Andrew Thompson home. Mr and Mrs Allwyn Lockwood were hosts at Thanksgiving dinner in their home. Guests present were Mr and Mrs Everett Lockwood, Mr ana Mrs Merle Lockwood and family, Mr and Mrs Dale Lockwood and family of Swea City. Mr and Mrs Maurice Weisbrod and family were visitors in the evening. Mrs Anna Mariow and Harvey were Thanksgiving guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Milton Marlow. P. L. Person and Mr and Mr? Art Person were guests Thursday in the Ed noppe home at Fairmont. Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards were guests Thursday in the Frank Richards home. Garner Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder and family were Thursday even• ing. callers in the Ervin Klatt Mrs Milton Madison and chil-1 dron visited in the home of Mrs Madison's parents, Mr and Mrs Grover Hostedtter at Moorland Sunday. Mr and Mrs Gerald Radig were iosts to Thanksgiving dinner riiursdny. The guests present vvi-re Mr and Mrs George Alke ind Janice, Mr and Mrs Bud Aland family, Mr and Mrs John Alke, Mr and Mrs Neil Michaelson and family, all of Titonka, Sharon Smith of Minneapolis, Mr and Mrs Paul Thacker and family, and Mr and Mrs Louis Scegebarth and family. Janice Alke of Titonka is spending the weekend in the Gerald Radig. home. Mary Genrich was a Thanksgiving guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Fred Schultz Thursday. NEW SELF-SERVICE "Postal Station"—Shown here is the new self-service rural postal station placed in experimental operation recently at English Lake, Indiana. This makes it possible for a small community to retain its individual mailing identity when its post office must be discontinued for such reasons as declining mail Volume. Mail may be addressed to the'ruml station. Each patron of the community is provided with an individual lock box in this new unit. If he receives a parcel too large to be placed in his own lock box, the rural carrier, who serves this new unit leaves the parcel in one of the larger compartments and leaves a notice in the patron's lock box as well as a key to the larger box. Another notable feature of the self-service rural station is a change-making automatic stamp dispenser. Postal officials believe this new facility will be in widespread use in small communities,' where manned postal units arc not warranted, within a few years. It is one of the new developments of the Post Office Department's program for improved mail services. home at Fenton. Mr and Mrs Frank Flaig and Mr and Mrs Roy Jensen and Jamie were Thanksgiving guests in the Roger Jen^-n nomc. Mr and Mrs Dennis Priebe and Mrs Florence Weisbrod of DCS Moines were Thanksgiving guests in the Art Pricbc nomc. Mr and Mrs Jack Quinn, Mr and Mrs James Thul and family of Boone and Mr arid Mrs Clctus Quinn of Chicago were Thanksgiving guests in the William Gu- yer home, Swea City. Mr and Mrs Cletus Quinn are moving to California. Mr and Mrs Jack Quinn will accompany the Cletus Quinns to California where they will visit with their sons Willard and Curly Quinn in Oakland. Mrs Milton Madison was hostess to a group of ladies Friday afterhoon. Those present were Mrs E. C. Weisbrod, Mrs Rex Wolfe, Mrs Charles Osborn and Mrs John Munch of Fonton. Mr and Mrs Lorcnz Geitzenauer and famny were Thursday guests in the C. J. Staudcr home in Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Ed Blanchard, Mr and Mrs Gene Blanchard and Mr and Mrs A. D. Newbrough were Thanksgiving guesis in the Delbert Blanchard home. Dclbert Blancnard will begin work on Monday on the Daily Record newspaper at Cedar Falls. Rev. and Mrs C. E. Nordine and family were Thursday guests in -the home of ivir and Mrs Ted Forstrom at Albert City. Mr and Mrs Donald Blanchard were hosts for Thanksgiving dinner. Guests present were Mr and Mrs Elmer Frank and Hilrna Erickson of Swea City, Mr and Mrs Wendell Stevens of Laurens and Mrs Maude Blanchard. Pamela Stevens is spending tin weekend in the manchard home. Mr and Mrs Gerald Angus and Mr and Mrs Claude Whitehill of Algona were Thanksgiving guests in the Claude Whitehill home at Readlyn. Andy Peterseti of Galva and Ruth Krucger were Thanksgiving guests in the P. M. Christenson home. Sunday guests in the Abner Holt home, Ostriender, Minn., were Mr and Mrs William Knoll, Mr and Mrs William Knoll' and Donna visited w'.th A. L. Jackman in the 'Worrall Hospital in Rochester, Minn. Darious Malm and family of Emmetsburg were Wednesday callers in the Leslie Baxter home. Mr and Mrs Darrel Malm, Mr and Mrs Joseph Sabateini and sons of Waynseville, Mo. spent a few days In the Leslie Baxter j home. Mr and Mrs William Knoll and family, Mrs Tena Jensen of Fenton and William Knoll of Algona were Thanksgiving guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Russell Jensen. Mr and Mrs Harley Alitz and family, Mr and Mrs Milton Alitz and family and Mr and Mrs Joe Kuhlhavy and family of Mason City, Mr and Mrs Murry Holmes and family of Kiccvillc, and Sue Ott of Dearborn, Mich, were Thursday guests in the Donald Houck home. David Householder, Denver, Colo, is visiting for a few days in the Emma Hurlburt home. W. C. Heiter arid Mary Pugsley were Thanksgiving guests in the Clair Bellinger ,iume. Marilyn Bellinger was home during the Thanksgiving holiday in the parental Clair Bellinger home. Marilyn attends Emmetsburg Jr. College. Mr and Mrs Clair Bellinger attended the funeral of Mrs EC Weisbrod last Monday in the Methodist church at Fenton. Mr and Mrs Wilfred Radig and amily, Mr and Mrs Donald Radii and family, Mr and Mrs Harild Gross and family and Mr and vlrs LeRoy Hcndrickscn of Armstrong were Thanksgiving guests n the home of Emma Radig in Fenton. Mr and Mrs Robert Baxter of Ruthven were Thursday guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Rolland Baxter. Mr and Mrs Milton Madison were Thursday guests in the John Munch home in Fenton. NOTES Of SERVICE MEN 'boot camp", included a full dress parade and review before military officials nnd civilian dignitaries. ' In nine weeks of instruction, the "raw recruit" is developed into a Navy Bluejacket, ready for duty with the fleet. 105 Mrs Harm Haren of Grundy Center recently celebrated her 105th birthday. She is tho oldest resident of Grundy county. Paul Elbert, son of Clarence Elbert of Whittemore, graduated from recruit training Nov. 10 at the Naval Training Center, San Diego, Calif. The graduation exercises, marking the end of nine weeks of M. O. Richards' CLOSING-OUT FARM I will sell the following property at public .auction on the farm located \fe mile north, 2 miles east and i/> north of Lone Rock, or 3 miles.west and 3 miles north of Burl, or 3 miles south and 3 miles west of Bancroft, on Sale Starts Promptly at 12:30 p.m. GOOD 1959 MACHINERY 1959 AC D-14 LPTO, power steering, 790 hours, fluid in tires, heat houser, like new. 1959 AC mounted plow, slat bottoms, 1959 AC Four-row Cultivator. o 1 i»> o-ll . Lunch Wagon On Grounds. 51 V/ILLYS JEEP PICKUP 4 wheel drive, good tires. A-l Shape. MACHINERY & MISCELLANEOUS 1951 John Deere B, lights, starter, hyd., rollomatic, good tires, heat houser. • 1951 Cultivator 2-row, Quik-tach. 1955 J. D. Plow on rubber, 2-14", throw-away lathes Humboldt Manure Loader with snow bucket, mountings for "B". 1953 Case A-6 Combine with motor, pickup and roto cleaner, A-l, with wagon hitch. 9-ft. Case Windrower, A-l. Case stalk cutter, A-l. John Deere Tractor Spreader. Jehn Deere 490 Corn Planter with fert. attach., A-l. John Deere 4-section Harrow, steel folding evener. J. D. 15-ft. Disc. J.D. Springtooth Harrow, 9-ft. J.D. No. 5 7-ft. Mower and Windrower. J.D. 4-bar Side Rake. J.D. Endgate Seeder. J. D. 4-wheel Trailer. Case 4 wheel Trailer. J.D. Auto Steer steel wheel trailer. 2 — 36" Wagon Boxes, 1 flat bed. IHC Little Genius Plow, 2-12". Clipper fanning mill with motor. Quincy Air Compressor. J.D. Hand Corn Shelter with motor. Moiall weed mower. 300 Gallon Gas Barrel with gauge hose and stand. Some 50 gallon barrels Lard Boiler, sausage mill and press, Other articles too numerous to mention. t, CASH. No property to be removed u ntil settled for. )• Not Responsible For Accidents. M. O. RICHARDS th OWINN, Auctioneers, LONE ROCK BANK, Clerk. FARMERS! Have you ordered your AGRICULTURAL LIMESTONE yet for that field you will be seeding next spring? Ames says that the best results, LIMESTONE should be applied 4 to 5 months before seeding. We have a large fleet of new spreaders, spreading high-testing LIMESTONE at moderate prices. At this time of year the fields are dry and hard and our spreaders can do their most efficient work. See your local ASC office or Call us for Immediate Service FT. DODGE LIMESTONE CO. HUMBOLDT PHONE 98 FT. DODGE PHONE 4-0711 (48-4) • It your auto insurant* tat high? e It your (arm liability coil too high? • li your lire insurance out ol line? • How about hoipitalitationf Get all ol the antwer* from your FEMIC Insurance Agent with a FREE Insurant* check upl It costs nothing to find out and there is no •bligation. FEMIC lor over lilty years has altered insurance programs with broader coverage at lower rates. See your local FEMIC Agent and get the lacts! Save time/ money and secure the maximum in protection from FEMIC. AND WE WANT TO PROYI IT! FARMERS ELEVATOR MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY AUTHOR/ZED LOCAL AGfNJ DALE BRAYNARD Box 162, LuVerne, la. Phone TU 2-3395 Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain New York, N. Y. (Spral.l) - For the first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching, and relieve pain — without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all—results were BO thorough that sufferers mad* astonishing statements like "Piles have ceased to be a problem 1" The secret is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne®)—discovery of • world-famous research Institute. This substance is now available In auppoflttory or ointment form under the name Preparation U9, At all drug counter*. E F^ J I ' ^% '• xecutrix Sale In order to settle the Estate of Woodrow Kracht, decreased, the Executrix will sell the following described personal property at Public Auction on the Kracht farm located six miles West and one mile South of Bancroft, or four miles North and one mile West of Lone Rock, on TUESDAY, DEC. 13 Sale Starts At 12:30 P.M. Lunch Wagon On Grounds * MACHINERY * TRACTOR 1959 Caseomatic 800 Diesel, Power Steering, Wide Front End, Live Power, 2- Way Hydraulic. This Has Been Used Only This Past Year, (400 hours). TRACTOR 1956 Cockshutt 35 Gas, Wide Front End, Live Power, 2 Way Hydraulic And Heat Houser. , TRACTOR 1948 Cockshutt 30, Live Power, 2 Way Hydraulic And Heat Houser. CORN SHELLER I Minneapolis-Moline Shell- er, Shelled About 2000 Bushels Since Having Complete Overhaul. Case Power Takeoff Combine New Idea 6A Cornpicker 4 Row Cockshutt Cultivator, never been used 4 Row Cockshutt Cultivator Cockshutt 3-16" Plow Case 3-16" Plow Cockshutt 7 ft. Power Mower Cockshutt 4 Bar Power Takeoff Side Rake 1959 Case Rotary Hoe 1958 John Oeere Wheel-Type Tandem Disc Moline 21 ft. Dice Farm Rite 8 ft. Power Takeoff Windrower McCormiek Endgate Seeder, Like New — 54 ft. Ottawa Elevator — Stan Hoist Drive-On Hoist - 4 Row IHC Corn Planter With Fertilizer Attach. - 15 ft. Land Roller, Very Good Condition — 4 Section Kovar Drag — David Bradley 5" Grain Auger 16 ft. Long On Rubber Trucks — Trailer-Type Sprayer With 30 ft. Bocm and Drops — Ward Hammermill — 3 Rubber-Tired Wagons - 2 Ward's Steel Flare Boxes With Wood Floors - Minnesota Manure Spreader International Weed Chopper Electric Fencer International 12 ft. Spring Tooth David Bradley 360 Chain Saw Tankmobile Portable Air Compressor Jacobson 21 in. Power Lawn Mower 300 Gal. Barrel With Stand And Hose 300 Gal. Barrel Post Driver With Gas Engine Jaw Hawk Hay Stacker Twin-Draulic Manure Loader 6 ft. Snow Bucket And Many Other Items Too Numerous To Mention. ABOUT 600 BALES (more or less) OF GOOD ALFALFA HAY 1949 STUDEBAKER T/z Ton Truck With Combination Stock and Grain ton and* Now Under•oily Hoist. 1953 FORD VICTORIA Auto, With FORDOMATIC DRIVE. • * TERMS; CASH, or Moke Arrangement* With Your Banker. Net Responsible For Accidents. Estate of Woodrow Kracht, deceased NINA KRACHT, iXECUTRIX Carol! Ffaser erncl Clair Clflrk, Auctioneers The Lone Rock Bonk, Clerk

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