The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 5, 1959 · Page 12
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It * -C " u V 4 **. 1 '"*•<• v •: Of Lone Rock To Wed Feb. 14 Lone Retfe '**. Mrs flor/ence Schr&der announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, wanda, to" Lanny Farmer, son of Mr and Mrs Arthur Farmer of LeMars. The wedding will be Feb. 14, at the Presbyterian church at Lone Rock, Iowa. Lease Cafe, Lone Heck 'Mrs Clarence Kraft has leased the Long's Cafe, which has been operated by parlene Long. The Krafts are well known in this community as Clarence drives the t)-X gas truck and will continue in this business. Mr and Mrs Ralph Thompson and grandsons, David and Douglas Elsbccker visited at the James Long home Sunday afternoon, •Mrs Mabel Blanchard, Sentral's special reading teacher, attended a noon luncheon Monday at Ledyard, Iowa. Mrs Behhe, 4th grade teacher at the Lone Rock, School along with five other teachers from the Sentral system, attended a special reading meeting and a dinner from 4 to 8 p.m. at gona. •'" , ; -' Mr and Mrs Fritz Newbfough entertained at a 500 card-party Tuesday night. High prize going to Mrs Gene Blanchard and'Vic- tor -Dreyer, low prize, Mrs Dale Schroeder and Jim Marlow, travel to Mrs Jack Gerhart. Mr and Mrs Robert ,Stdven from Algona, Mr and Mrs Wendell Steven and Mrs Maude,Blanchard were Tuesday 'evening djn- ner guests 1 at the home of Mr and Mrs Don Blanchard. Wendell Was the honored guest as he is leaving 'for Linotype school at JoWa Glty, Sunday. ." ' ---•; - Mrs James Long was the honored guest at -a bifthday club party at the home of Mrs Frank 'Pla'ig Saturday afternoon.- Mra Mary Flaig won high, Mrs Rbsu Kraft won , low, and also wort travel. - ,' Mrs Cletus Quinn and son Sean •are -visiting, at .the Jack Qulnn home for a few days. Mi- and Mrs Hiram Ackerman of Burt visited at the home ,of Mrs Ruth Krueger Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Bud Klepper and son Tommy visited at her parents, Mr and- Mrs Floyd" McCain oft Emmetsburg Sunday. Mr and Mrs Carl Petersen visited at the home' of "Mr'and Mrs .Elmer Petersen of Swea City Wednesday. "A surprise birthday party \yas at the home of, Mrs James Long Wednesday ' in honor of '-hei birthday. • Those attending were: Mrs^Frank Flaig, Mrs Jack Quinn, Mrs Mary Flaig, Mrs Rose Kraft, Mrs Ruth Krueger, Mrs" Maude Blanchard, Mrs Mary Genrich, Mrs Cletus Quinn and son Sean, and*Mrs Leo Ramus. '•Owen B'erhow was a Sunday afternoon caller at the Leo. Ramus home. Mr and Mrs James Walker -and .children, Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft, Judy and Joy were suppei guests at "the home of Mrs Rose Kraft Sunday* •Mrs C. Wi Heerdt^and son Dennis of Burt were Sunday afternoon callers at" the 'Frank Flaig home. -The U.P.W, will meet this Thursday, Feb. 5th at the Presbyterian Church with* devotions by Mrs Art Person. Lesson will b^ given by Mrs Emma Hurlburt; Topic — "The Xhurch In . Our Day." Hostesses "are Mesdames, Walter Thompson, Richard Fox, George Long, Frank Flaig, Ver- nori Burt and Mary Genrich. ' Mr and Mrs Frank Flaig were callers at the home of Mr and Mrs Dean. Jergenson of Algona] Sunday, Mr and Mrs Frederick Schultz entertained Mr and Mrs Alfr,ed Krueger and son Kermit, Mr arid 'Mrs E, A. Lee, Susan and Mich• a<?} and Mrs Ruth Krueger fqy'Sunday dinner and supper. local March of Dimes amMigrt collected by the town AU^Watfe fft«fobers netted $138.80. This included the Lone Rock arid Ihe tfctli tJreefe School. Mr* lifift , SfewbfOttgh, Mrs Gene Biahchard, Mrs Ruth Krue- er, Mrs Leo Ramus, %* 'Jack "*" Aft VtoSSMTUft L6- ^ MA JDui-wbod ftut- •Mts Frank Flaig sur- i". Obi f^etefeeii Wed- 'noon on her birth- Roy ledge prised neaday day* ,' ;'"-.•' ,,\ Mri, Wary Genrich reined home last Friday after spending five weeks of visiting With her son and his family, Mr and Mrs Bernard Gearich, of Houston Texas. On her return home she visited a week at the Howard BJaochafll home and wljh her sister, Mrs Eva Thompson, bpth of Dea Mblnes. Guests at the Jim Marlow home Sunday were Mr and Mil P. J. McGuire, Marjorie flnd Joo of Burt -and fceti Marlow of Lone Rock. ', »" Mr and Mrs Laurence Qaitzen- auer, Mr and Mrs :t)elmai? fisher, M'r and Mrs Ralph Bteratedt, Mr and Mrs Andrew Thomsen and Mr and Mra Raymond Laabs attended the Grain Dealers Coii- Vfcntioh at the Hotel Fort D6S Moines. Mr and Mrs Milton Madison and family, Mr and f Mrs Charles Os- borp were Sunadry guests at the Jorar Munch home" of Fenton. Mr> Emma Huflburt and daughters, tytafy an]| Sachael visited at the * Date Schroeder horn* Sunday afternoon.: -'" Mr and Mrs Carlos Enfelby and family of Swea City were callers at the Emil Person borne Sunday. Mr aad Mrs Jefty Radlg enter* tained at a Pinochle, party Sunday eve. Prijtes went to Mrs George KUener, high for women; Mrs Sam McCleish, low; George Kissner, high for men; Wilfred Radig, low; travel was won by Sam McCleish. Rev. Nordine and Mr Robert Angus went to the North Central Presbytety at Aplih|ton Tuesday all day. 'Mr and Mrs Wallace McArthw visited at the Dave Weber home Sunday afternoon. •Mr and Mrs Dave Weber were at a Valentine card party Sunday night, at the home of Mr and 'Mfs Joe Miller of Algona. NOTICE SECURITY StATE BANK .•and BANK WILL BOTH BE j *.•'.•,- •-•',-- ^ \i •-'•_• ; • ' - * '- . ',' I "FUBinC*ft It V CCD "I *% THURSDAY, FEB. 12 .'-'.'•A.\ ,.:' :V 'xV r >' * •. r 1 ' ' . ' ' Abraham Lincoln's Birthday'! llhv H- NOW Sunbeam Bread ', As I have sold my ^arm and am moving out of the state, I will hold, a-Publlc Auction on the farm-located 1 mile East and 2 miles N,orth>of Armstrong,, Iowa, ori'Hwy. 44; or 16 miles South of Fair- monl, Mhm.—'On • Wed.. Feb. 11 Sale Starts at 1:00 P.M. Lunch On Groundsl FARM MACHINERY — 1950 Oliver "8?" Tractor, Allis Chalmers N6. 6B (like new) Combine, • Oliver 4-Row Cultivator; •Oliver 70" Tractor, • Olive* No. 4 Mounted, Corn Picker; • 1950 Oliver, 3-16" Raydex Plow; • Oliver 2-16" Raydex Plow; • Knoedler Swather (like ne,w); • John Deere 4-Row Corn Planter, with Fert. Atlachs; • -John Deere No. 5, Tractor Mower, with windrower; • Allis Chalmers PT.-O Slde\ Deliy.eiy; • Mc-D. 15-Ft. Tractpr Spring Tooth; .• 44-Ft. Meyers Elevator, wide-type with underslung hoist and 2&rl).p Wise, motor;-.f Hammermill with PT-O drive, S ager and drop-down feed table; • 3'^- Rubber-tired Wagons with are boxes »nd hydraulic hoists; • 4-Seciion Drag; • New Holland Bale Loader; •'2-Row Blackhawk Planter; • New Idea, single-row Picker; • Mc-D. Endgale Seeder; • Mounted Sprayer,; • Jewi Mower^ • DeLaval Cream, Separator; • 230-Gal. Gas, Barrel & stand; * Post Drill; •, Elec. Drill; • Sickle Grinder; • Sunbeam Sheep Clipper; .• WU, Motor. , • • s HAS BUILDINGS & FEEPING EQUIP. — 10 x 12 Round-roof Brood House* 14-ft. Norton Walk-in Hog Feeder; 8 x 12 and 8 x 16 Jank Platforms, on »kidef 8 -m 70-Gal, Hog Waterersj 10 Sheep Bunks; 30 Steel Trouhhs for little pigs; Several Hog Feeders; Chick; m Feeders |nd Waterers; 2 Doz. Heat Lamps; New Elec. Brooder; Nfew Gas Broody ^. v; , , , • - ; / , <! ' V'^K'.K.!. ^ .-, -'.'. •,-•' '-T. ———' *- |fV;-' f: IW» •!! iHl: yj£^P^\^^v *' 'f &XA !;:*IHW- •»L mil''^ •«"'.*•'•> The Shortimrig :»-**^^.«' *^»« r i,,,, V iV-.,-,- >\giV-ii?''- f* ^ * * •* , ™,_ TO -^- 800-Bu, CWSpe'wa Soy Beans.; 800-Bu. Cherokee Oats; TheBo S 9 8d« are All State Tested). > >a? f*1?3*riy -i 8P«JaJ.I> GOODS'— E}eciri« Stoye; Chairs; Girls' Bicycle and Se.ver« Other Items. * * \('** *• . ' • », GENT^IT^HETLANP PONY — 3.Yre. Old,, Wt*h good saddle HQGS — 30 AT THIS SALE n Holstein Cattle HS r , _ .),) Heifers ri0s vaccinated »A well ¥s relation FOK the Many Fann Friends of Firestone ' f ' :' ' ' . lifo Big Days for >,wv: -/.-.''^ •'•/ *• •', •• ,-' • . •>., U • < > • "' '• - 'iH ifi.fi*.• x •;,.-.*_ * ,-. * i. .1$*£ ^JV' "-1 * ' i' „'•' ' ! * * * • - ^' < r . . i V. f - • '^ i » i i ~" > , ' k \ -i ERFUWIE '»'''» For The LADIES ,' • New Exclusive ' Firestone Air Measure Gauge Takes guesswork out of tractor tire inflation. _ Jns.u.r«3 longer tire life. T Get Your FREE Gauge Today BALLOONS For the /KIRS! NOTEBOOK HANDY for . Records... Packed with usefu? farm information FIRST PRIZE -Y Q M R CHOICE- PAIR OF FIRESTONE FRONT TRACTOR TIRES OR PAIR OF PASSENGER TIRES ! ,(MustBe 18 Yrs. OldToRegisterX.5,.. ''• . SECOND PRlfi A BIG DRESSED^; FROZEN TURKEYI THIRD PRIZE FIVE GALLONS OF TRACTOR MOtOR OIL DRAWING TO BE HELD SATURDAY AT 5:00 P.M.'-r YOU NEEDN'T BE PRESENT TO WIN ! • - • ,•,,.,'•-, *>, , ('Gotta Eat 'Em Here and Toss The Shells'All Over Our Floor II I) *" ' '''' 1 "' ' COME EARLY ... STAY LATE! Our Farmers' Day 'f — with Firestonf ^4 Iradley, Bros, your host^ ^..w|U fce open early and open* late; Come any ' tiroa, ' ' for yey rr. jusi a friendly |we days e^ten4e4, 5 in',appreqiatiou sf thp Winy, many 9094 f arrn Iien4ship5 fo* FiTesJone an^ Bradley Bros. *• •,->'•! • . No Selling—Just A FriMndly Get-Together Party I I (You'd; 1 Have,Tp,Bend Our Arm-Pretty Hard .To Even Buy A Tire !) Yes sir) Everything's (gping to .be "on,, the houisja" for, Formers Pciys "Open HousV' At Bradley Bros, . , with Firestone joining M? as hos|l,C 0 jne pp. ope pr bpth of ^ spwial.dqys ,. i meet and chew the fat with your friends here . .; and try tq df'nk iis ou f t of coffee and eat us qut qf f peaK,^ts| ^ ?ure to rpgist'or for onp of the three swell Door Prizes and be sure, too, to get your Free Tractor Tire«Alr Measyrj? Ouoge and Notebook. This .Is for farmers, their families - the womenfolk,are just a§ welcome as the men. So be iiur^.tcfjt© Jlme out for .the party- two days'at Bradley Bros, •February p and 7. ., * '• ' /'.-,',, »r«.'.'Vi»,• *; ' <,, , ' .• • ' ' ft i 'ah %OA ' AT . . .•, . SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7 > • * FRIDAY, ^

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