The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 15, 1959 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 15, 1959
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<, \f «£•[-*,-„ fi r f Y"» ( - . <*?"**• ,J c I "' Charnbe* of Commerce secreiary BUI fttMl* wportt thai ifctw tity-Wid* retail promotions are planned tot the near future. Citywide Dollar Days arc planned lor Friday and Saturday, February 6 and 1, for the tirst promotion of the new year. After that, February 20 and 21 will rnarit a George Washington's Birthday, promotion. Then, to March, Aigona 4-H Day will also be the kick-off date for a brattd new type of promotion, the Chamber sponsored Get Ac- Suainted Week/: Algona merchants are planning many terrific values for all of these coming events, find the Get Acquainted Week promises to be one of the biggest, newest,; and most unusual promotions that we have seen in quite some time. H6W was business up and down Stato Street during the pasi week? The opinion seems to be the same from all quarters; slow to dead. It would be discouraging except for one thing; it happens every year at this time. ^ ( • Am6ng many Algona merchariia Who have recently gone to various markets are Koy Bjustrom, C. V. Fowler, Bud Zender, Gene Zender and Bob Williams. We're sure that many other names could be added to that brief list, but the pilgrimage to such places as Minneapolis, Des Moines, and Chicago is made by so many at this time of the year that it's mighty hard Upkeep track.. We hear unofficial rumors to the effect that Iowa's recent Rose Bowl splash,(both the team and the float) caused some California manufacturers to become interested in this state as a possible location for new plants they have been planning. Although we know of no details to substantiate this it is a rather pleasant rumor and worth passing along. * The recent newspaper strike in New York city settled one thing for certain with New York's large retail stores . . i unable t6 advertise in newspapers, they tried every other niedium available, but their sales volume for the pre-Chrislmas season dropped some 20 million dollars compared with the preceding year i . . there is no substitue for consistent newspaper advertising, and every long-lasting bos- iness firm on any Mam Street, large or small, proves it. Advertisements have been seen recently in this area, in various media, inviting poultry raisers to learn how they can. gross $1.20 per dozen on eggs. In case you have seen some'of these ads and wondered how a man can gross $1.20 On & dozen eggs When you can buy them at the grocery store for about half fhat price, here's the answer; a hard boiled egg vending machine deal! * *,•',*', •"_ } January White Sales have once again been replenishing the linen closets of many economy minded housewives. Local stbres "have all been offering some .very worthwhile bargains for this traditional ,annual event. . ,. ' ' ,: * * * The Weidenhoff Corp. has announced plant-wide wage increases ranging from three to six cents per hour. Company officials point out that employment has remained stable at' the plant despite the fact that the demand for electrical testing equipment has been less than usual recently. Increased demand for..products, made .in. the plan" t's~ machine shop and sheet metal department has made this possible. j • .- i the past month, and Mr Charlie Schmidt, Algona, ,and Nellie Kitsch of Bancroft (SW recent members of this grout*. Mrs Anna Lovstad will be staying at Wil- fair Rest Haveh before long* Friends from this area werit to the Jess Dugan home in Algona recently for a houa«% ) armifig, Those present were Mr and Mrs W. W. Boettcher, Mr and Mrs Roy Ringsdorf, Mr and Mrs, Erwin Schwietert, Mr aftd Mrs Charles Scott, and Mr and Mrs Tom Tfe- ftary, Mr and Mrs Robert Harvey of Swea City were aflame -tit be present *iue to illness* - ^. ' Harold Batt left Wednesday" fdr Omaha where he will Visit * a friend who was also in the service in Alaska. From Omaha Mr Batt will go to Killeen, Test, where he Will' spend a few days with his brother and family, Mr and Mrs Robert John Batt and Roberta. From Texas he will go to Homestead-A.F.B. near, Miami, Florida, for further assignment. The Board of Education of the Burt Community School has hired Mrs Mary Oeiterreichefr of Tl- tonka to replace Mrs Dale Nilgefe of Brit*, whose resignation is effective January 16. Fred Baum and friend, Mason City were weekend Visitors at the ErWfn Schwietert home. Fred is a nephew of Mrs Schwietert and the boys returned home late Sunday. Mrs Schwietert is spending a^few days in Clear Lake this week. The UPW will meet January Zl at the Presbyterian Church with the following hostesses: Mrs Earl Shipler, Mrs R. H. Thompson, Mrs Ben Bahling and Mrs 3d Kienitz! Devotions' will be by Mrs Roy Ringsdorf and guest peaker will be Mrs Edna Kyle of Rihgsted and special music wil! je Mrs Roy Ringsdorf and guest speaker will be "Mrs Edna Kyle of Ringsted and special music wil )e given by Mrs James Warin also Ringsted. v Mr and Mrs Roy ^Anderson' were visited over the holidays by-? th Son and daughter-in-law, Mr anc Mrs Robert Anderson of Forefc Hights, Maryland.' 'The', 'Roy Ex-Burt Man & Family In Denver Near Gas Victims ft* -i* $»' '/ i jjEM, 1 }' I ¥1 Burt —Weekend visitors at the Jay D. Graham home were Mr and Mrs > Raymond Mitchell and family of Austin, Minn,, and Mr and Mrs Leslie % Graham of Marshall town. The Grahams received word from the son Melvin and family in Denver, Colo., of a near tragedy in their home. The gas burning refrigerator in the partly furnisfied apartment, gave off carbon monoxide gas' in the night, and the family of,four were very ill when they awakened. A doctor put them in the hospital at onde and the two children were kept under oxygen for some 40 hours. • The recent word by phone reports the members of this family .as improved. Mrs Fred Habeger was hostess to the t Jqlly Ten Club at her. home Monday of last week. All members except Bertha Koestler were present, , and Shirley Habeger and children' were guests. Eleven members and guests attended the New Year's eve Fidelis Cla'ss party at the F. C. Soderberg home. Wm. F. Batt is working at present in the Baker and O'Dell Barber Shop, in Bancroft. He ,was working in Livermore last month. ' Carl Reynolds is working at present in the C. & O. Grocery Store here. Karen Steward who has been employed at Wilfair Rest Haven, began duties at St. Ann hospital in Algona, Monday, Mrs Ear] Lauritzen began work there a fortnight ago. " 'Mr and Mrs J. G. Graham spent a day with relatives in towns west of Algona. They visited the Fred Cederholms in Ruthven, the Roy McVeighs in Eminetsburg and ,\yere supper and evening visitors at the Alyin Keepers near Cylinder. The Burt V.F.W. Auxiliary and N Post will meet January 20 in the , hall. Hostesses are Mrs- Estel ' Rentz and Mrs Glee Bullock. 1 Recent visitors at the Louis Riedel home were Mr and Mrs Gerald Riedel, Kevin and Teri, of Dubuque with Mr and Mrs Jame; Frederickson, Sandra, ' Candace and Brialji of - Swaledale. .The Lpuis^ Rjiedels -and "the Gerield Riedels I sp6nt an evening- -wit) the Ernest Naumans. Jacob ,,Tuescher, of Algona now living at Wilfair" Rest Haven here;' Jim Dolan of Swea City has,been a resident at Wilfair Andersons spent a-Jew day* rfinneapotis ,, recently, . A *-ig them WalMrs A. L. ersoft <*! Siottsf RaiMtfs, whtf &*• urhed 16 Mt home Tuesday.,,, % Mr and Mrs Waiter Klamfc Ak gpna, were among callers at the jorne, o! Mr an4 fttrs Herman Sunday gfternobru honoring the latter on their 60lh wedding anniversary. Mr* Anna Seimefs and family .._. csf a s&ri botn td Mr afld! Mrs Carroll Kelmffi%no live Schyyler, Neb. TK6 baby lvei| ed some eight pounds. Mr and Mrs Louis Scott and Michael 'JhdVe moved intd tn^ hdme tecerttly .fmrchased frtayn this '^ell Pe'ters estate. Michael" oined the National Guards Mott day evening, Jan. 5th and In, April will be entering the seryici. Mr and Mrs Bernard Qifford airfe on the Pott's fahn, v PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE, IOWA FRIDAY^ JAN. 16 Orlie Workman v SUNDAY, JAN. 18 Clem Brau SUNDAY, JAN. 25 Tommy Allen SUNDAY, FEB. 1 Don Hoy No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 LONG ;• Emmet .County Fairgrounds. —^Estherville,, lo,wa .'i'™ ' ., • k -if ** '.-'• r*f f£& S*"- * * » -x*,?^ &--<> ** vm ' " ' s ' • ^ . B , • && ob^ 1 Tuesday, Jan. s ." Starts at 11 a.m. We Must Start On Time i V & C Lunch on Grounds] . 27 Tractors— 1953 John Deere Model 40 Tractor with 1953 Quik- Tach. cultivator and 1953 2-14" 3-poinl hitch plow; 1952 W.D. Allis, Chalmers with live power, and power pack; 1950 W.D.| Allis Chalmers; live power and power pack; good cond.; 1950 W.D, Allis Chalmers; live power;' power pack; tires like new; 1949 M .Farmall Tractors 1948 Farmall H Tractor; 1948 Cockshuil Model 30 with Tractor; new pistons & sleeve's; used only for chores and no,field work"; 1951 Ford Tractor with .loader; 1947 Ford Tractor; _all overhauled; step-up, and step-down trans.; 1950 Farmall C wi'lh touch control; 1946 M Marm'all Tractor; 1946 John Deere A-Tractor; 1939 John Deere A Tractor; 1941 Farmall M Tractor; 1945 'Farmall H Tractor; 1948 Farmall H. 'Tractor; 1948 Cocksutt Model 30 with cultivator and hydraulic lift; R Minneapolis Moline Tractor; 1938 W.C. Allis Chalmers Tractor; 1940 M Farmall Tractor. 101 Massey Harris Tractot; 1937 W.C. Allis Chalmers (In good shape);"John Deere A Tractor with Horn loader; Oliver 70 Tractor; 1943 M Tractor; 1938 F-30 Tractor with road gear. LAND BANK LOANS For Any Agricultural Purpos* For full Information confacf —« NATIONAL FARM LOAN ASSOCIATION EUGENE H. HUTCHINS, Sec-Treas. Algona (South' of Penneys) (Preferably call Monday or Wednesdays) M«mb«f Fedeiol lond Bonk Syllem .. , , 1,0 Combines & Windrowers — 1953 McC.D. 64 Combine, motor. pickup, straw spreader; McC.D. No. 8 8-foot Windrower; Case A-6 Combine with motor and straw spreader; Gleaner 6-foot Combine. motor, straw spreader (sharp); 1950 Case A-6. Combine, complete; Allis Chalmers Model 60 Combine, complete; 12- A John Deere Combine, complete; 1949 Allis Chalmers Combine, complete; J2-foot Minneapolis Moline G-4 Combine, complete. Planters— j 1 McC.D. 4-row Planter' with double disc and fertilizer; 2 M- Moline 4-row Planters with fertilizers. Late models; . 1 McC.D. 4-row Planter with fertilizer, regular runners; 2 John Deere 490, Corn Planters; Black Hawk 4-row Planter; 3-McCJX 440 4-row Planters, complete; 1 M-Moline 4-row Planter with fertilizer; 1 Case 2 -row Planter with fertilizer, like hew; 1 Case 2-row Planter; 1 John Deere 290 2-row Planter with fertilizer and wire. -_-. , . Plows — Mc.D. Model 15 high clearance 4-14" tractor plow, with hydraulic and. Plow Chief bottoms, like new; 'Case 4-16 on rubber, like new; Case 3-14" on rubber; 2 Oliver 3-.16" plows,';! .on rubber, Radex bottoms; Oliver 2-18" on rubber. Radex bottoms; 2 Oliver 2-16". plows on rubber, Radex; Case 2-16" on rubber; John Deere 2- 14"; 2 Mc.D. 2-16" plows on rubber. ;'-4£ ',T >» f^!' * »'«• »fX Kj"JA9 f f * ' ijt Vf »,*,».*' vanf Vlfa* •* | -•— >• - , , ', " • tovy;>> -*-\\^. : ^;;":- : < •:Jni>:t:^ jt'v'O*,-/;: w, •^~>;« ', >' u ;/V,^>^j.//d; I.V^dv.-;SSr v;:xa '; -xL^t -jL^^iiiill ET*f"> *»S> , i^"'-t;*%..J gX'J .Hj| ,.iC •'. ^ftfW^^'" :•>» ^ ^ •, \ ' *" ' - -* fl ' ^ - ii^ m J "*t t *«* " >J ' ' *r ^m nt 1. 71ifrfegirrt| V " ,'*''',' - '.f'iJ'l V •• ' - / >.. v \m WW •r**> • »',£*' Elevators — 1958 Allis Chalmers 40-ft. elevator. PTO; Ottawa 40-ft. wide type underslung derrick 2-wheel elevator, 62 chain, like new; Galloway 34-ft. wide type 17-in. grain elevator, underslung derrick, 2-wheel. - * $.! 1 *'\ |* "5 ' f *Si 'Aftil Sir $*< ona t&y,\ «v. B , i < Discs — Harrows — Rotary Hoes — 1957 Kewanee 14-ft. wheel tandem disc; Case 15-ft. Disc; John Deere 21-ft. Disc; John Deere 15-ft. Disc; Roderick Lean 21-ft. Disc; Case 4-row Rotary Hoe, 'like new; Winpower 4-row Rotary Hoe, brand new; Lindsay lever flexible harrow; 4-seclion steel harrow. ' Wagons — New Winpower wagon, 15-in. • wheels; New Idea- wagon; Electric Wheel wagon; Montgomery Ward wagon? Wopd flare box. ... Pickers — Cultivators — 1957 Allis Chalmers cultivator, on rubber, like new; 1957 J. Deere 2-row cultivator, like new; 1954 J. Deere 2-row cultivator, like new; 1957 New Idea 2-row' cprnpickerj 1952.McC. Peering No. 24 cornpicker; New Idea 2-row Picker; Mas- $ey Harris self-propelled cornpickev. >.M-V K!" •> ** "„ ;;,"'• .• $?-?JifS?::> . „ *jf<'€> < .*//»^".*' ^ f'*¥^«P^ »'•*'«• ' ^" * s " --,..-=.. . , .-^l»m^ ,- - v, ; •*! «#1'j t ' « ~ >•: Miscellaneous ^- Mc.D. 12-ft, tractor spring 'Joot.hj Two 10-ft. spring tooth rarrows; Mc.D, 8 l /2 ft. field cultivator; Mc.D, cream separator wi|h motori slat cribbing; we>d sprayer; tfucH;? '47 i-ion Studebaker pickup; 22-in. threshing machine; 2 J.D| mowers, 5 and 6-ft; M?,D. wide tront with wheels and rims; 3 new snow buckets; 1 used show bucket; Clipper fanning mill] Mc.D, endgate seeder; 2 Mc^D. hammer mills; John Deere tractor spreader on rubber; Corn Belt J5»wbeeUractor spreader with rubber like new; CjisweU loader with W,D. mounting; New Holland 7-ft. mower; Case 7 -It mower; M. 7fit, mower; New, Idea 3-bw rake; Two^John Deere 4-be* ~1 TT' f '."^ '• , *9 ~ ,!"?»' \.r >rf,u* -, £'rvr,^3*4 J5& n^'f- $*..- "* fV,LL l^i * A'Mi ^PliMI?' ®mm$m> t *jK<* t j^-^i.'^ «% ', *w£ Y J : r •- c, ~ :>„ *. Pil^Pfer^ 1 -^^ : MMm*^^t^:.^il&" f •*'-, ,^^ W -U J// 'ii._«;£»^-i.i.-.j;_ , , Reere 4,bar rajje 9n« H k e new;,ip-|t re bale Ipadejr, on rubber; Lundel stalk cuiter (good); t (Jike new). lQ.|t, fi.j F ' tow W Twms Not RespomiblR For ' Burns & Clork Machinery Auction Iark7 Auctioneers c OUH rnv STYI e i PORK •SAUSA.GE IMttlVl /(»* AM* t HMMtt M** ttfi • IHtitt tttt AH \- MINCED BIG BOLO. BRAUNSCHWEIdEft.... i , l ' k 1 ^teifc^MM ••"»«••<••» Cb;49c FREE Samples All Day SatUradyl nUKIYlEL >"* ALL mUM, • f J j " SKINLESS WEINERS. FRESH GROUND HAM LOAF MIX WILSON SLICED '' ,;>"''-' SMOKED BEEF... PORK LOIN WHOLE OR HALF • CUT And WRAPPED FOR YOUR, FRESH SLICED $1.49 -$2,19 V A L U E MQRRELL1 HAMS :BEEFS . PICNICS 29 DEL MONTE - 20 Oz. GATSUP j > ' 1 " ' • '00 FRUIT for HI-C DRINK 46 Oz. Can - , , ORANGE - PINEAPPLE - GRAPEFRUIT v . .< , for $l;dO MONARCH PURE VEGETABLE 3Lbs. ".OUR (With 40c Coupon Inside!) -' 50IBs. $3?$ MOUNTIE • Can - PEACHES..Jfqr89c SUGAR. 10 IBS. *i t - JACK SPRAT v QLEO 5 lbs Fjqvor, Kist FJG . DES MQINES BLEACH GAL. BISQUICK 2'/ 2 LB. Box Bang-O , ', £ 'O£ Bag POP CORN Forger's Instant COFFEE 69c t, Jar v!"kr</" f t. ' / MEDIUM „ SUNKIST ORANGES 2 Doz. 69c ^ Alaska Salmon 39c Tall Can * ._ "• / LARGE V&i FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT 10 For 49c Banquet Frozen Turkey, Beef, Chicken for 111 •*"T ^\T|P« • "VyB~r* j i n ^'P'f " " JEfiH&ii-ttfc J>' A t 5t !,-),„ Sno-Boy ORANGE 6 oz. Can Ifor89c i «,. n i«'!f'i v 17*i* ", •• ,' , *• •— '->- - " « • . - >;- -•fu i--1- '•, - - -,- »i t» -** i^ ** r\ n ft a •' * , —Li . * ~ THE iSGONE! - •fepr *VV>>' f-n un Jit t» , ^11'^ " se ". yWfc.H? 'vyi *w) m /„we've market our prjc- Ray's, "so w'me flpd" ' food valjies \f ver special. Employees Jain- '!•' • - •- rv.*r

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