The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 6, 1960 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 6, 1960
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. ELYA I JESSIE'S ME-HOLIDAY Bargains! ENTIRE STOCK CAR COATS • Girls A Boys Siiet 2-3 4T • Girl* Sim 3 thru 6X ' • Boy* Site* 3 thru 7 • GlrU Site* 7 thru 14 • Sub • Teen 8-10-12 SAVE UP TO 25 % AND MORE ENTIRE r LI /-\ \Af C 11 I T T STOCK SNOW SUITS • BOYS A GIRLS Sizes 1 to 4 A 3 to 6X SAVE </»! ENTIRE n D A AA C 11 I T C STOCK PRAM SUITS • BOYS A GIRLS Medium, Large, Extra Large. ALL REDUCED ENTlRte STOCK • SIZES 3 TO 6X A 7 to 14 • SUB-TEENS 8-10-12- GIRLS' COATS '7.98 and UP s NOW 20% OFF! iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ALL FALL & WINTER DRESSES REDUCED! • JUNIORS, MISSES A HALF SIZES Jr.Auiliary Is Organized At Ledyard Ledyard — Saturday afternoon fit the Legion hall the Junior Auxiliary was organized. Mrs Frrn Peterson of Swea City, 8lh district junior activity chairman, was present to assist Mrs Gus Simonsmeier, Auxiliary president. Mrs Orville Brandt is the loca junior activity chairman and wil assist the group. The following officers were appointed for a four month term: Chairman, Gai Bauman; secretary. Diane Doocy chaplain, Nancy MacKinnon; Sgl At Arms, Nancy Thompson. The group will meet once a month. Their next meeting will be with the Auxiliary Dec. 10 at 1:45 for a Christmas party. ELVA & JESSIE'S THE LITTLE SHOP ON NORTH MOORE STREET PHONE CY 4-3535 - YOUR NEWSPAPER New Arrivals Mr and Mrs Robert Hamilton arc the parents of a baby boy born Nov. 15 at the Blue Earth hospital, lie weighed 8 pounds, 9 ounces. The Hamiltons have, three little girls. Mr and Mrs Delbcrt Wentworth are the parents of a baby girl born Nov. 15 at the Blue Earth hospital. She weighed 8 Ibs., 13 ounces. She has a brother and sister. Mr and Mrs Keith Me Dcrmott of Delavan are parents of a baby boy born Nov. 16 at the Blue Earth hospital. Mrs McDermott is the former Vivian Wentworth. He weighed .8 pounds, 14 ounces. Irene Dyer of Miami, Fla. came last Monday to visit)her mother and brother, Mrs Eunice Dyer and Howard. She will remain here till after the holidays and then her mother plans to go to Florida with her for a visit. Darrell Johnson, son of Mr and Mrs Burton Johnson, and hi.s grandmother, Mrs** Ida Darnell left last Tuesday for Pasadena, Cal. where they will visit at the home of Mrs Darnell's daughter and family, the Frederick Stcllhorns. Darrell plans to remain there if he obtains work. Mrs Darnell will come back by train after several weeks visit. Mrs Lillian Brack attended a Milter family dinner at the town hall in Elmore Thanksgiving with her daughter and family, the Walter Millers of Buffalo Center. Mickey and Priscilla Miller visited their grandmother here several clays duning their vacation, Mr and Mrs George Jacobspn and Mr and Mrs B. E. Gilbertson attended a Jacobson family dinner Thanksgiving day at the home of Mr and Mrs Jerry Jacobson at Osage. Mrs Gilbertson accompanied her daughter and family, the Don Ehrichs home to Mason City, and visited there until Saturday evening. Mrs John Brandt and Mrs Marvin Junkermcier left Monday for Yuma, Ariz, w.hcrc Mrs Brandt will visit' at the home of her daughter Jcane and family, the Earl Cowins. from there Mrs Junkermcier will go on to Oceanside, Cal. where she will visil at the home of her son and wife, the Dale Junkermciers. The G.O.E. Club met Saturday at the home of Mrs Marie Halvorson to celebrate: the birthday of Mrs D. E. Mayer. The afternoon was spent visiting and Mr: Mayer was given many gifts. A lunch was served. FARM AUCTION SALE As I am moving to another farm I will hold a public auction on the farm located 3 miles North and 2'/ 2 East and iVi North of Burt, or 1 mile South, 2 miles East, and Ms mile South of Bancroft, on MONDAY, DECEMBER 12 SALE TIME 1 O'CLOCK LIVESTOCK 40 HAMPSHIRE FALL PIGS All Good 300 WELP'S 901 Pullets, starting in good production. Can be used as a hatching flock for Welp's. TRUCKS 1954 2 Ton Ford Truck, Complete with new grain box and 12 ton Hoist. 1960 Chevrolet 2 Ton Truck, Low Mileage. A C H I N E R Y 1951 WD Allis Chalmers Tractor WC — Allis Chalmers Tractor 3-14" AC Plow, Mounted 2 row A,C. Cultivator 2 Row AC Corn Picker, Mounted A-C Model 60 Combine John Deere 15 ft. Pise John Deere Manure Spreader 11 ft. Spring Tooth ' 4-Wheel Rubber Tire Trailer With 5 ft. x 10 ft. Box Steel Running Gear 4 Section Flexible Drag M-M 7 ft. Mower Blackhawk 4-Row Planter, Double Disc Openers, Fertilizer Attachments 4 Wheel Rubber Tire Trailer, 6' x 10' Box MISCELLANEOUS ShoyeU — Spades <— Axes — Electric Fencer — HOB Troughs — Chicken Feeders — Chicken Nests v— Waierers — Comment Troughs . . . Other Items Too Numerous To Mention. FEED 350 Bales of Straw 100 Bales of Second Cutting of Alfalfa. fttturj * ttrWftni 1 , Auctioneer* ftwrf pavings Bank, Clerk Irvington Ideals In Active Month Club 4-H Work . The November meeting of the Irvington Ideals was held at the home of Larraine Hamilton, Nov. 16. Meeting was called to order by president Betty Wickwire. Mrs Arend handed out several pamphlets. Eileen Ponton and Larraine ' Hamilton gave talks and Vickie Seimcr and Ellen Sei- rner gave demonstrations. The next meeting will be held at the home of Judy Fierstl, in December. This meeting will be a Christmas • Party with all members giving a gift to someone. All mothers are invited to attend this meeting. Irvington Ideais also held Recognition Night November 7, at tbe Farm Bureau Building. Completion seals were given to Connie Arndorfer, Carol Arndorfer, tow, Linda Bristow, Sharon Bristow, Linda Bristow, Sharon Bis- tow, Larraine Hamilton, Ann Penton, Elaine Pooch, Jane Raney, Ellen Siemer, Victoria Siemer, Betty Wickwire. Membership seals to Mary Arndorfer-8; Connie Arndorfer- 7; Bonnie Bristow-7; and Betty Wickwire-8. Mrs Edward Arend and Mrs Clarence Siemer received a standard club seal and certificate. Plaques for record books were liven w to Ellen Siemer and Bonnie Bristow. Bonnie Bristow-bcnior, * Jane Raney-intermediatc, and Victoria Siemer-junior received pens for record book awards; and Bonnie Bristow received a Clothing award and trip to Chicago. Three Portland Clubs To Have Xmas Parties Portland - The Portland So- ciiil Club will hold their annual Christmas luncheon, Thursday aftirnoon at one o'clock at the homo of Mrs Robert McKim. The 1 Four Corner Social Club will hold their annual Christmas dinner Tuesday noon at the Portland Community Hall. The Portland Progress Club will meet Friday afternoon at one o'clock til the homo of Mrs Virgil Schrnder for a Christmas luncheon and gut exchange. Mrs Milton Steven was taken to Iowa City early Friday where she' entered the hospital for a check up. The grandparents. Mi and Mrs Jay Steven, are keeping the children, Patty, 3. Tony, 2 and Rodney 11 months. Ernes Pilcher, East Chain, Minn, came to spend the Thanksgiving holi days with the Stevens. Mr and Mrs Phillip Veerman o[ DCS Moines spent the Thanksgiving holidays at the home of Mrs Veertnan's parents Mr and Mrs Henry Smith. Mr and Mrs Victor Fitch and girls visited the Dwight Ruses Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs t'.m Steven and family and Mr and Mrs Milton Steven and family wore guests in the Jay Steven nome Sunday. Mrs Jack Tieman was a guest Thursday afternoon for the Lu- thcrn Aid Christmas party. "If you are seeking undivided attention — make a mistake". nstructor there. Since 1 ho began howing his knowledge and <nack in the manual training •oom there in the fall of 1!)1!!. he KIK taught the children of his Tuesday, Dec. 6, 1960 Algona (la.) Upper DM Monet"»9 first student!?. And now* those first students' jv.-tndchildreil are enrolled in he seliool. Petroleum and natural gas arc California's most important re- .i.rjrces. 'fr ^ f. 1 i i > .'i I i' }. \ I I ( a. \ a Give Him (Or Her) Custom Equipment By Chevrolet For Most GOOSE veteran hunters would consider a cold, damp day in the blind well-spent if the end result was an 11-pound Canadian goose. But Jim, 14, and Marty, 10, children of Mr and Mrs Don Wam- bcrg, got the same thing without leaving their acreage north of Glenwood. Rcccn.1 fog ~ and drizzle sent a flock of 18 Canadians low over the Wamberg place, so Jim grabbed his trusty. 16 gauge from the garage and his shot put a big fellow out of commission. Henry RETIRING W. Anderson, 61, of Griswold is retiring after spending more than 37 years as a manual training and mathematics OUTSIDE BODY MOUNT REAM VIEW MlltftON LOCKING GASOLINE TANK CAP WHEEL COVERS DELUXE PUSH BUTTON RADIO ••' »•• ••• '••: '••' ... • •:.<•,.. • ..I TISSUE DISPENSER A COMPLETE LINE OF ACCESSORIES FOR ANY CHEVROLET, FROM 1955 THROUGH 1961 AND ALL PRICED TO SELL. KOSSUTH TOR CO. Southwest of Courthouse CY 4-3554 Algona 21 Honor Roll Students Named At Ledyard High Ledyard high school honor roll shows that 21 out of the 85 students in high school are on the honor list. Seniors on the honor roll are Betty Ilerzog, Nancy Hurlburl, Sandra Johnson, Darwin Jorgenson, Pamela Keil, John Miller, Bruce Rhoda, Darlene Richter, Carol Runksmeier, Virgil Wallen- tinc, David Winter. Juniors — Mary Barlolo. Sopohomores — Jane Egcsdal, Nancy Hcrzog, Linua Nitz, Dcan- na Richter. Freshmen — Gail Bauman. Dale Brandt, Ann Carpenter, Judy Ingebritson, Sherry Klinksick. Usual Auction Terms, - tye Property Remeved Until Settled For. - Not.Responsible For Accidents VIRGIL BLECKWENN, Owner! I. S. U. Graduate John Cotton, son of Mr and Mrs Willis Cotton of Lone Rock, graduated from Iowa State University at Ames Nov. 23 with bachelor science ucgrcc in agriculture business. John will be employed by the Farmers National Farm Management of Omaho in Fort Dodge, He will be managing 55 farms. 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