The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 2, 1961 · Page 8
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;3-Atgoho (la,) Upf)«V Da» Molh«s Thursday, Feb. 2, 1961 FARM SALE CALENDAR Algeria Upper Des Maine* More . farmer? . in this: area" read this* newspaper than any other publication, local, state or national and the farm sale results prove it. : '; • '•'• February.?, fviesday morning — Dairy auction "• at the Dean Walker farm,-6 miles east arid 1% north,of Graettinger. Bensen and Clark, auctioneers, Emmet County State Batik) clerk. Complete details'in-UDM today. Feb. 7, Tuesday TTT Burton Peterson complete v . closing out auction, 3% cast,.'4 north and V* west of Cylinder. Berkland ana Bensen, auctioneers, Cylinder State Bank,: 5 clerk Details today. Feb. 8, Wednesday — Joseph btuder, 1% west, 5% north of Wesley. Farm machinery & livestock. Clete ; Westt. & Charlie Quinn, .auctioneers." Iowa State Bank, Algona, clerk. Sale details in UDM today. Feb. 8, Wednesday — Fred Johann'esen sale, 4 west of Bancroft, 2 north, 1'A'"miles west Angus and Hereford, 67 head hogs, machinery, etc. Clark & Clark, auctioneers. Lone Rock Bank, Clerk. Sale details UDM today. F.eb. 9, Thursday — Antone (Tony) Kordoes, .2 north, 3% west 3 ,4 north of Bancroft. Machinery & livestock. Quinn, Yuhgeberg tf, Beenkeii,-' auctioneers, Farmers & Traders' Savings Bank, Bancroft, clerk. Sale details today. •-•'''Feb. 9, Thursday — Leo Everett 9 south of Fairmont to Hands Park corner, then 2^ east. Wedel & Clark, auctioneers; Fiist National Bank, 'Elmore, clerk. Sale details today. Feb. 13, Monday — Mrs Otto Borchardt and Virgil Borchardt, 1 south and Vi mile east of Fenton. Dairy Holstein cattle and some machinery. B e r k land and Quinn, auctioneers. . Feb. 14, Tuesday — I. G. Maaland, 2% miles straight west of Depew. Berkland and Bortvit, auctioneers; Iowa Trust & Savings Bank,- Emmetsburg, clerk. Details later. • Feb. 16, Thursday —. John Krebsbach, complete closing out sale, 6 miles east^of Swea City on highway 9, Quinn and DeVries, auctioneers, Farmers and Traders Savings Bank, clerk. Complete details in UDM next week; " .•''-' . Feb. 21,' Tuesday..—' Gaylord Johnson complete ' closing out auction, 1 mile north, 1 east and % north of the south edge of Fenton. Berkland and Bensen, auctioneers,' Lone Rock Bank, clerk- , * LuVerne 1 By Mrs. Pern Blgings Card Parlies Many card parties were held Saturday evening. At the Vern.Daley, home, high Earl John, Mrs Cliff Holmes, low Billy Hardcopf, Mrs Bert De Nio. Travel, Cliff : Holmes The next party Feb. 4 with Mr and Mrs Earl John.- , :>• At the Robert Nielsen home, high Mr and Mrs Harding Hansen, low, Mr arid Mrs Henry Hefty, travel, Mrs Harold Nielsen, Jr. The next party Feb. 4 with Mr and Mrs Hefty. Ai the Albert Hippen, Jr., home, high, Mr and Mrs James Stahl, travel, Mrs Ruth Voss. This club has been named the Jolly 500 and their meeting Feb. 4 with Mr and Mrs Stahl. Mrs Stanley Genrich entertained her card club Tuesday. High, Mrs Cliff Richardson, low Mrs Leslie Calkins, travel, Mrs Jerry Stille and chair Mrs T/'^'ry Henderson. Mrs George StuJer is the next ^hostess. Out Of Hospital V Mrs Allen .Darby "returned Friday from the Park hospital in j Mason City. She was a patient | there 11 days as she underwent! surgery on both of her feet. She is improving but must go back to the hospital for further medication. ; ; The Christianaires Sunday School class were guests in the Mr and Mrs Melvin Marty home Thursday evening. The devotions and lesson study were presented by Mr and Mrs Lawrence Marty. The entertainment was in charge of Mr and Mrs Jerry Wolf. Guests were Sheila Hanson and Geraldine .Uhlmann. 'It used to be that a fool and his money soon parted, but now it happens to all of us." Mr and Mrs Audie Wernet of Britt were Sunday visitors in the Earl John home. They recently returned from a trip' visiting in Nevada and California. Mrs Wernet is the 'mother of Earl John. . : ' Mr and Mrs Sylvester Brace snd boys, were Sunday, afternoon REDECORATE , j , ; S ; ;; with Latex 22 Full Range Of Colors • One Coat Covers • Odor Free r ' I',' '' • Dries Quickly. « . -4 . .'*•», -.',-. ', • $4.19 gallon $1.45 quart Red i ng '$ Davis Paint O U rt O W N H A R D W A R E FEBRUARY SPECIAL Deep cotton p//e—30"x 50* SCATTER $2.50 value now only. . • Six decorator shades to complement any color scheme. Pink, aqua, brown, eaudalwood, champagne and white, • Ideal for bathroom; bedroom, hallway or any room in the house. • New improved non-skid rubberized backing, wiU not mar or discolor floors. • Washable and colorfast, retains plush pile even .after repeated washings. Got your Scatter Rugs today at your local OUR OWN HARDWARE CULLEN HARDWARE callers in the Dale Wegener home in Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Miller Rfid Mr and Mrs Albert Hefti wt'ht from the Co-op convention in Des Moines to Cedar Rapids late Wednesday to visit in the home of Mr and Mrs, Dwight Savage and Danny, daughter of the 'Lawrence Miller's. They recently moved from Council Bluffs. Mr and Mrs Clarence Clark and son Wayne of Goldficld called in the home of his cousins, the Ralph Davidsons, Sunday, Mr and Mrs Fred Studer *of Verden, Manitoba, Canada, Visited Wednesday and Thursday with his cousins, Mr, atid^Mrs George Studer.-'-They camb t"6-"at- tend the funeral 05, John Arends, brother of Mrs Studer. : ": Mr and Mrs Bqeckner of Cylinder were Sunday afternoott Callers of Mrs Amelia Hariselrfiari. They were fortrier resident! In this vicinity. Other callers were Mr and Mrs Roy ^BUenger of West Bend, her daughter. Mr and Mrs Melvin Marty and children were Sunday visitors at her parents, the William Etartwig family in Fort Dodge. William Kath attendWa fjaHy honoring the 86th birthday of his mother, Mrs-Martha Rath at he* home in Lofle Rbck SJmday. tfie immediate family were guests.' Cajlers Sunday of Mr and Mfi Guy Giddings were His 'cousin and brother, Gordon Giddings qt Wesley and Rodney Giddings of Spirit Lake. , : ' ' Attending the stale Co-Op, elevator convention held an DCS Moines Jan. 22-to 25 were'Mr and Mrs Elde.n Guess, manager of LuVemo eleVator, and direc* tors Mr and Mrs Lawrence Miller, Mr, ah« Mrs', A, A. Schipull, Mfand'M^S Albert Hefti, Mr and M¥s- William; Marty, Mf and Mrs £dwin ttafisetman. ' -. Mr* find - Mrs Guy Giddings visited, Sunday \Mh his parents, Mr and Mrs'Guy Giddings, Sr., at Burt. -His mother, has been ill. Graduates. of The State Uni- versityof I6wa school of journalism in 1960 averaged about $7 more per week in starting salaries than journalism school graduates elsewhere. -v Science Shrinks Piles. New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch-*Kelieves|lin New toflc, N. *. (Spe*l«i)-Fftf th« first Ufli« seiencd has found a hew, healing substance with the aston- 'Ishlne 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 to thorough that Sufferers mad« astonishing statements like "Plica have ceased to be a problem 1" The secret Is a new healing substance (Blo-Dyhe®)--discovery of a world-famous research institute. Thla substance* is now available In suppository'ot ointment form tinder the name Preparation H9. At all drug counter*. SALAD OIL MAZOLA Bottle 99 STALEY'S STA-PUFF Quart Bottle c BUTTER-KERNEL CR*AM STYLE CORN DUBUQUE & DECKERS IOWANA 3 No. 303 Cans Picnics LEAN BONELESS 3 Pound Can SWIFT PREMIUM LOIN RIB BUTTER KERNEL PEAS LAMB CHOPS THICK TO BROIL OR REG. TO FRY LIQUID DETERGENT FOR DISHES CAPRI 22 Or. Bottle SLICED 3 No. 303 Cans FILLET OF WITH OXYGEN BLEACH OXYDOl Halibut u. 49c Haddock-49c GIANT BOX BUTTER-KERNEL CUT GREEN BEANS 3 No. 303 SWIFTS ESSEX SUMMER SAUSAGE 69 RENWICK LONG HORN CHEESE 53 BOWL CLEANER SANI-FLUSH U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF QUARTERS CURTISS 2 lOOz. Bags 3Bc DEL MONTE CHUNK STYLE 3 Reg. Cans MOTHER'S Noodles 3 c 79c C H A R M I N - Colored or White Toilet Tissue 12 Reg. Rolls CUT & WRAPPED FOR YOUR FREEZER ^HHDfli^^^B I GENERAL MILLS 3 KING SIZE CANS $1 ! WHEATIES 2 12 Oz. Boxes NABISCO COOKIE FIG NEWTON 1 Lb. Pkg. c EMERALD WALNUT MEATS OCEAN SPRAY CRANBERRY Sauce No. 300 Can 19 c TRI-VALLEY BRAND PEACHES SLICED OR HALVES 3 No. 2>/2 Cans 79 C SNO-WHITE Cauliflower LARGE HEAD - POLICY - You Can Be Sore When You Shop At Fareway That You Get All The Low Prices. Fareway Meets All Prices. SLIPPER SKIN lc each CAL-IDA-FROZEN FRENCH FRIES Reg. Pkg. 10c BUTTERNUT INSTANT COFFEE 10 Oz. Jar 98 KRAFT'S MIRACLE WHIP Quart Jar 39 WILDERNESS CHERRY PIE MIX PRICES EFFECTIVE FROM FEBRUARY 2 TO FEBRUARY 9. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT. No. 2 Can 29 c JNCORPORAT FOOD DISTRIBUTION

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