The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 5, 1959 · Page 10
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7 I •r '.-,» Moln** 5, 19S9 Men Wind Up Southern Trip Portland *k Merle Phelps and Floyd Ullmat! <&f Titorika^ Clintdh l&den arid Dwight Seaburg 6f Wesley returned recently from a two week's tour to Florida. They wfent from TtfeW Orleans to Key West, Florida, and home through Tennessee, Kentucky, the corner oi Indiana and Southern Illinois. They ran into rain, sleet, ice ani Jiiow on the way and thought we were vtry fortunate here at home, after all they had ran into arid heard of, ice, snow and the floods. Mr and Mrs Earl Zwiefel and Mr and Mrs James Van Hove visited Tuesday evening at the Lewis Larsen home. Corinne Zwiefel and Mil ford Johnson of Mankato were Wednesday evening visitors at the Earl Zwiefel--home. Leona Haase attended the funeral of John Hansen, Thursday afternoon, at Armstrong. Mr Hansen is the father of Lcona's sister-in-law, Mrs Melvin Haase. • ,Mr and Mrs , Bernard Phclps and Mr and Mrs Charles Phelps attended a birthday party at the Leroy Phelps home ih honor of their little son Douglas' birthday. He was one year old. Among those attending were three great- g'randparents, Mr and Mrs Charles Phelps and Mrs Minnie Spcr- ring. Four grandparents, Mr and Mrs Bernard fhelps and Mr and Mrs Harry Ricklefs. l Mr and Mrs Wendel Christensen and Mary, Donna Teeter, Mr and Mrs Edmund Larsen and Beverly and Mr and Mrs Clarence Christensen of Titonka attended a birthday party at the Harvey Larsen home in Algona in honor of Donna Teeter, Whose birthday was Friday. Mr and Mrs John Teeter came up from Cedar Falls Saturday evening and spent the night with Mr and Mrs Wendell Christensen. Sunday dinner guests at • the Wendell Christensen home were: Mr and Mrs Edmund Larsen and Beverly, Mr and Mrs John Teeter. Afternoon callers were Mr arid Mrs Clarence Christensen and Mr and Mi's Alvin Andreasen. .' Rev. ,and Mrs Max Goldman were Friday morning visitors it the Bernard and Charles Phelps home. .Sharon Carroll visited Mr and Mrs Tracy Stone Friday afternoon. Miss ..Barbara, Ringsdorl visited at the''Stone h6me, Saturday afternoon and Saturday evening. , Mr and Mrs Henry Nelson of Again Offering Nurse Scholarship St. Arlfi Hospital Auxiliary is again establishing a fund 6t $500 for a thr*« year nursing scholarship to* the year 1959 - 19BO. Thit Is the second time it will be awarded. In 1958. Miss Sheila MeVoy of Algona received it, and will soon be completing her train* ing it Si. Joseph Mercy Hospital In Sioux City. Any student between 18 « 25 living in Kossuth County or In the area served by St. Ann Hospital is eligible. In addition the Auxiliary is offering a scholarship to an R.N. who is interested in iak- ing a post-graduate course in anesthesiology, and returning , to St. Ann Hospital to work. Any person interested in applying for the scholarships may contact their local principal of the high school, Mrs D. L. Bray, Algona, Chair* man of the Scholarship Com" mitiee, or Sister Florine, Adm. of Si. Ann Hospital. Honor Jurgens, n West Bend, At State Co-op Meeting Titonka and Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson of Hopkins, Minn, called at the Herbert Nelson home Saturday 'evening. Mrs Edmund Larsen , attended the tl and I Circle at the home of Mrs Raymond Westling Thursday evening. Mrs Bernard Phelps and" her., mother, Mrs Minnie Sperring went to Plover, Sunday, to visit Mr and Mrs Frank Walton and family and Mr and Mrs Eddie Htibbell and family.. Mrs Viola McDonald and "Francis of Burt were Sunday dinner guests at the S. R. Parsons home. "The greatest use of life-is to live it for something that will outlast it." Six area cooperatives received a total of $12,214.78 in allocated patronage cash refunds duting the annual convention df the FELCO Quality Products Co. held ih D*eS Maines Jan. 26-28. The Farmers Cooperative S6ci* ety of Wesley received $4,304,24; LuVerne Cooperative Elevator, $3,339.08; Lone Rock Cooperative Exchange, $2,479.09; Burt Cooper* ative Elevator, $1,517,10; Hobar- toft Cooperative Elevator, $343.71; and Irvington Cooperative Co., $141.54 as refunds to farm-members for the year 1952. More than $200,000 was paid out to cooperating firms at the convention. !R. W, Jurgens, manager of the West Bend Farmers Cooperative, retired from the board of dir* ectors of the organization and was presented a gift of luggage in appreciation for his 20 years of service, Mr Jurgens served a total of 10 years as president of the board as Well as other positions since 1939. J 7 .' ' A Terril mart, Andy Anderson, was elected to replace Mr Jur- 8 ens. Roland Baumann of Hum- dldt is vice president of FELCO. It was reported during the three-day convention that the or- ganizaltion'fl earnings Were the largest in history last year and 63 percent higher than in 1957. Surplus Commedities 0iftributi'oh t»f surplus mdditiefc fot the months of 1 ary, and Mafch will be held, 8 a.rn. tp 4 p-.frl, Friday, Feb. 8, the baseihent bf the eotihty house. Algona Chapt F.F.A. er Meets The Algona F.F.A. Chapter held their monthly meeting Tuesday evening, January 27. President Alan Walker was in charge of the meeting. A gilt committee report was given. Encouragement was given to members to plan to take part in the 'speech and parliamentary procedure contests to be held soon.' We, then, set a tentative date for our annual F.F.A. Banquet to be held sometime in the first part; of ApriU Each member present was presented a Ford'Al- manac, {compliments of the Ford Foundation, tJfOM Classifieds Pay Dividend* Whet e'S Cfnter?, Fined $50, Costs An Algona man, Gottlieb Reefer, paid $50 and costs following a hearing on an intoxication count ih Mayor Pro Tern Jhti Whittemore's court this week, It's time enough to say it, When you know it to be true. SHOP r MEN . . . where he knows'we always back up our claims with service, quality and friendliness. , . - ,. SHOREMEN ;.^*^ jgytg^ Compare These .Prices With tt • . ' \ " , j * < -• i j ANY, ANYWHJRfe/ A REAL NORGE UPRIGHT Here's the sure way to get the "best deal" on the things you buyl Save beforehand . . . pay cash . . . avoid Interest and carrying charges. And, when you save in an insured savings account here, your money is earning at a worthwhile rate ."V;K building your savings. Open an account now and save for the things you want. ; ; " NOW PAYING * Per Annum Compounded Semi-Annually HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N '-** i ^ Since ^1917 '* j< vS ALGONA/ IOWA •**>-. ••,. ' ' , „ -r> -f-.""- ****itjf**i~ij\f*^*9l\£^^ COMPLETE CLOSING-OUT FA ALE As I am going to discontinue farming and move to Titonka, I will sell, the following described personal property to the highest bidder on the farm located 4 miles east of Burt on the blacktop and 1 mile north, or 2 miles south and 41/2 miles, west of Titonka, or 2'/2 miles east of Bancroft on the blacktop,'4 miles south,.l'/z miles east, and TVi miles south on Monday. 9th SALE TO STAfiT AT 1:00 P.M. SHARP HI-GRADE BROWN SWISS 17 1 Cow 7 Years Old, Milking Now and rebred 1 Cow 5 Years Old, to Freshen Last of Feb. 3 Cows 3 Years Old, Milking Now and rebred 2 Heifers 2 Years Old, Milking Now and re- bred 1 Cow 3 Years Old to Freshen in March 1 Cow 4 Years Old, Just Fresh with Calf at Side 1 Bred Heifer 2 Open Yearling Heifers 4 Summer Heifer Calves 1 Small Heifer Calf Some Heifers calfhood Bangs vaccinated, and others TB and Bangs tested in past 36 'day's. No reactors. All cows and heifers are bred to Brown Swiss bull. 280 CALIFORNIA WHITE PULLETS LAYING GOOD NOW 500 BALES STRAW IN BARN FARM MACHINERY 1951 John Deere B 'Tractor, RolLO-Matic, Power Troll, Good John Deere 10 Inch Harrnnermill and 25 Foot Endless 6 inch Rubber, in A-1 Shape Rubber Belt - - ,John Deere 2*RoW Cultivator, Quick Tach I.H.C. Manure Spreader New Idea-Horn Loader and Snow Bucket I.H.C, Hay Loader . 48 Ft. New Idea Wide Type, 2-Wheel Elevator. Like New 'Clipper Fanning Mill and Sives, Like New New 14*^ 2'Row Pull Type, Corn Picker, Rear Elevator, in Heat-Houser and Tractor Chains for "B" John Deere ' •" l »i.X? 0 ^«- < 5PP di S? n ~. 300 Gallon Gas Barrel and Stand \M%* n r? h ? D fS? D lf c «, , 300 Gallon Ojl Barrel and; Legs ' I.H.C. 2^14 Inch Slat Bottom Plow -Oil Tank Heater « ffi% I4ea*|Bide Rake, 4 Bar, Like New, * ;l-Hole Hand Corn Sheller ,; LMssey; |,Section Flexible Dr»g with Folding Drawb&r 2 Rolls 32 inch Woven Wire in Good Shape Kovpr 9 Foot Spring Tooth Several Rolls of Barbed Wire ;« Anthony 4 Wheel Farm Trailer and Steel Flare Box Surge Electric Fencer 290 a-Bow John Deere Trpctor Planter, on Rubber and Like John Deere Speed Jack and Wagon Hoist New, Also lOP Bo<fc tfwe Steel Fence Posts Some Lumber ,,,, 7 FoojLjfiha IJww Tr»c|or Mower . Cresote Corner Posts • '" ^-" H^|ott|!pdto|f Sjpedw, 2 yeR?8 pl^ 7 Bolls. JWira.Corn Cribbing B»^^Ote v ^feB>' r Tte»lfc Chfckfu feeders, and Many Other Some 1 Intfi and I 1 /* Inch Water Pipe Too Numerous To Mention. Slip Scraper Post Drill Touble- Unit OU f urn$r ; Ray Boy Coal Heating S|ove v IcTes Pfpeliiie For, 14 Cows In or In Good Shape. 2 10 X 12 Brooder Houses In Good Shape u ] r banker should. eny |e tyi iaje, No property |p b« rempved fyom «w premises er, owner Tilonka Savings B^nk, Clerk ^ t Regular Price $44^.95, OR COMPAR E WITH ANY OTHER PRK3E A REAL NORGE UPRIGHT Regular Price $389.95, OR COMPARE WITH ANY OTHER PRICE WE DON'T HAVE TOO MANY ITEMS I N THE DOLLAR BRACKET, BUT Have Our DOLLA , ELECTRIC KITCKEN f • »».'< Regular $5.95 395 WESTINGHOUSE PORTABLE RADIOS » •••-.Complete With Carrying Case & Batteries $15oo Specially Priced LEE'S ALL PURPOSE Regular $34.95 It Will Work Wonders For Regular 98c Bottle You DECORATIVE WALL PLAQUES ALL TYPES And Up ELECTRIC Complete With Cord,' Measuring Cup, Regular $7,95 ASSORTED -v LAMP: 3.' Regular $5.95 Regular ; $9.95 TWO-WAY E-Z TALK so FT, CABLE. Regular $1^.95) REDEEM YOUR lOc - UDM MONEY HERE ON ANY PURCHASE ,,^^___ 1 . T T.^.^^^p.,^, ALGONA, IOWA EASY TERMS

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