The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 25, 1945 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 25, 1945
Page 12
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FOUB_ ALGONA- WPPfifc LAKOTA JUNIOR PLAY NETS $130 FRIDAY, OCT. 19 Lakota: The Junior class of the Lakotn high school presented a play, "Look Me in the Eye", Friday evening to a crowded house in the school auditorium and took in over $130. The following took part in the piny: Phyllis Wertjes, Don Wertjes, Jeanetle Anderson, Wnyne Hectland, Bob Miltag, Belle Dundns, Kay Murray, Howard Thompson, Don Farron, Luella Heideeker, John Hi-ppen and Bernadine Gerzema. Merle Pannkuk, Raymond Thompson and Kenneth Baumann were property and stage managers. Mrs. Junetla Mumford directed the play which was well presented. Mrs. Mumford was presented with a corsnge by the Juniors in appreciation of her work. The Junior high mixed chorus and the girls' sextette furnished music. .Henry Greenfield. The Rev: and Mrs. Darauer, Mrs. Francis Adams and Lillinn i Harms were Fort Dodge shoppers last week Monday. The Rev. Virgil Smith and family from Grundy Center spent last week visiting with Virgil's parents Mr. and Mrs..J. E. Smith. .Sunday visitors at the A. T. Bttckels home were Mr, and Mrs. William Buckels and son of Jewel and Mildred Olson of Des Moines. BANCROFT GIRL TO NAT'L 4-H MEET Ames, Iowa, Oct. 22: Alice Ininan of Bancroft, has been chosen as one of 10 4-H club girls to 4-H Club Congress in Chicagp, represent Iowa nt the Nations! Doc. 1-7, according to Mrs. Edith Richard Peterson and Walter! P. Barker, state leader of 4-H club Christ are home from the war none] girls. in Europe and are enjoying a fur- j Miss Inman will go as the home lough wilh their respective fain- ' Hies. Mrs. C. C. Gerzemo was brought I home from the Lutheran hospital i at Fort Dodge last week Wetlnes- • day and is recovering from a major operation. Sunday visitors at the Francis Adams home were Mr. and Mrs. William Ortman and son Vernon, coxswain, of Waterloo, and Mr. and Mrs. Charloft Jager of Mason City. 'Dr. Pelz recently purchased a practice and a home at Nashua, Iowa, and last week moved there to take up his work. This move furnishing achievement winner of !!)•!!). She is a member of the Greenwood Girls' Club of which Mrs. C. C. Inmnn is leader. She has attended every club meeting for 5 years. This 17-year-old girl, has been president, treasurer and historian of her local club, and was county president this year. In addition, she lias served on more than 1C local committees and 3 county committees. Alice attended the stale convention and represented her county in I lie State Style Revue. Her other club activities include demonstration teams and talks. HWN6TON4-H GIRLS' ELECTION W. S. C. S. Dinner Planned— Mesclames Emory Smith and Job nCook entertained the Meth-I odist W. S. C. S. at the church last | week Wednesday afternoon with the Rev. Cass' grandfather Mr. Cass taking charge of devotions and the Rev. Cass gave the lesson. The women will serve the community club dinner at the town hall November 1. Mrs. Otto Koppen will entertain the society October 31. leaves Lakota without a resident physician but Dr. Pel?, expects to ~ come to Lakola each Thursday to FirCt Pall Farm care for his patients until the va-1 _ _ . cancy is filled. Bureau Session In Lyle Nelson, Mankato, Minn., came Sunday for a visit with the J. H. Wat-burtons and other | friends in the Lakota vicinity. Lyle Irvington: The first fall meet- was recently honorably discharged i '"S of th e Irvington twp. Farm from service after more than 51 Bureau was held last Wednesday years service in Hawaii, Saipan, I evening at the home of Mr. and Irvington Township New Herbrides and Okinawa. Lyle's parents now live in Washington, state. Supper, Bazaar Held— The Presbyterian women held their annual cTiicken supper and i sale at the church October 20th which proved a very successful event. $62 was taken in from the sale of aprons, fancy work, etc., $18.50 from sale of food and $127 from supper, a total of $207. Fenton Nine Trips Burt Team Twice Howard Koppcn to Wed— Invitations are out for the wedding of Howard Koppen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Koppen, Lakota, and Genevieve Lois Paulson of Clarks Grove, Minn., on Saturday evening, Oct. 27. Howard was recently honorably discharged from service. Mrs. John Schulz. Election of officers resulted with Ronald Jenkins being re-elected president with Harold Hunt secretary. Miss P^ck- ham, home economist, presented phases of the ladies work as outlined for the year. Hostesses for the evening were Mesdames Arthur Krause, Stanley Norris, Henry Schnackcnberg and John Weber. Mrs. Wm. Meyer was hostess last Wednesday afternoon at the initial fall meeting of the ladies Farm Bureau group at her home on the LuVerne-Sexton road. Election of officers of the ladies Otto Koppen purchased Ihe Dr. Pelz residence last week. Lloyd Roseau underwent a major operation at the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge last week. Orville Keinitz arrived home last week after an honorable discharge from service. He is the son of Will Kienitz. Stella Greenfield of Spooner, Wis., is spending a week visiting j her aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs.! Fenton: The Fenton high school baseball team played its last two ball games of the season last week. Monday they played Burl at the Burt diamond and won by a wide margin, 11 to 1. On Friday Burl came over lo Fenton to play the last game. This game proved to bo very close. In the first inning Bui I j jrroup for the year are Mrs. Arthur run in 6 runs and by the end of | Krause twp. chairman; Miss Stella the first of the last -inning the | Mae Mevor, publicity and Mrs. score was 10 to 7 in favor of Burt. i Marie Siemers music. Miss Peck- When Fenton came up for the hame, home economist, presented last inning they were able to run in 4 scores making the score tl to 10 in their favor. The battery for Fenton for the first two inn-1 ings was Franklin Mueller, pitch- j er and Herbert Hackbarth, catch- | er, and for the last five innings Herbert Hackbarth was pitcher and Kenneth Johnson was catcher. The Fenton high school girls kittenball team played the-Ring-| sted girls at Ringsted Friday and won over Ihem in a close game with a score of 18 to 17. the lesson material. Four St. Benedict Brothers In Service Pfc. Herbert Dorr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dorr, St. Benedict, is now in Manila. He is one if three brothers in the army. I S-Sgt. Joseph, S-Sgt. Ralph, and Cpl. Clelus are in khahi, while a fiurth brother, Sylvester, is in the marine corps. , girls elub met nt>thtf htnni of Helen Gade,, Oct. ifr -jrififoliment cards were filled ottt.for ,the,new year by ten m#riberi»! ,sB*rr»jdlne Hochleau was- welcofned^as a new member. Mary Ellen- gat'sons' arid Mrs. E. O. (ihamberialw -weee the only. members absent, Mrs. Cham- berjaln being assistant leader. The new officers- replaced the old officers before the meeting ended. Donna Chamberlain new president, adjourned the meeting. The next meeting at Aedls Bos* worth's on Nov. 2. Harqldi Sabln Home— £vt. Hjarold Sal)in, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Hatty Sablhi received his final dlspharge papers and arrived home last Thursday. Harold landed in the States oh Oct. 8 and saw active .duty id the southwest Pacific. He was In' four major battles at Attu, Matshall Islands, campaign's iri -the- 'Philip/' pines and Leyte island and last at Okinawa. His immediate plans for the future are indefinite. .ed-from ft.. Leavfih-Worth, Kansas, "this Campbells now Mm 'near. Seneca, Duane Campbell, son of.Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell, former Irv- ingtori residents, arrived' home last week; after spending six-and a hdlf years in servjce.'He was' f dlschai'g- No Restrictions On Som« Many famlliei *!U bt tnJoylnR tool that new pre-war quality Green Colonial Furnace they've been walling, for. HAVE YOU PLACED YOUR ORDER? If not. do it quickly; the demand !• heavier than the !m- ' mediate lupply — but you'll, .always be gftd-' 1 you.waited for • Orcen .. Colonial Furnace, B;e .1 u» today. Many f%y Fins! Tribute At Geelan Rite*, Whittemow; Whitemorer Relatives,attending the funefal of H, W. Cteelnn which was held at St. Mleheal's Calho- He church Tuesday, Opt, 16 ( Were Miss Hannah iGeelnn, EsseXi 111,; Frank King *nd Mrs. Leo King, Chicago; Miss Mary King, Reddick, 111.' Miss Rose Geelan, frank and Nick Geelan, Mr. ,and Mrs. Francis Geelah, George, William, and Mary Geelan, Ruthvenj James Gee!an t Ayrshire; Albert Vogt, John Vogt. Mrs, George Vogt, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vogt, Glenn Haven, .Wis.j Mrs. Charles Bsser, Mrs. John W. Esser, Miss Mary Essef, Howard, S. D.- Miss Nora Carroll, McGregor; Mrs. James Carrolli Mortona. Rev. C. 'P. Sweeney, Fort Dodge; Rev. J. J. Kane, Ruthvenj Rev. J. J. Hyland, Manilla- Rev. John Cullen, Sutherland, and Rev. Ed* ward Fandel, Sanborn, as well as dozens ,of other county friends were also in attendance; • Lester DeBoll went io Minneapolis on business, Tuesday, and returned Wednesday. 4000 H^tl Sheep ", 'l»ofllfllii • dfeotfe -Pal.fef.son had •his herd .of 4000 sheep sheMed ,Iast weBki. frour mer^ with sheaf* jtig "machines, front SjfHifc dity ddd the woi-lt-ln feeol»a».tlmS. Atr, Paltersofi has another 4000 sheep, at hisi foyti at Swea City. He bought them In 'Montana last spring. ' Mrs. Will"RlngsdDrf. Burt, and her daughter Mrs. Clara White, Arkansas, spent Saturday after* nooh with Mrs. Will firover. Mrs. Getirge Patterson enler- toined ten members of the ,-Presby terian chui-eh Cirele (J at her home Wednesday. -Plans were made for the bazaar to be held in November. i Mrs. Pat Rasmussen Is still! about the same as she -has been, for two Weeks. Donan RutH Bolie Is assisting with the work and grandmother .Foil-bonks Is also-at the Rasmussen home. Mrs. Mehnett Trunkhill, Mrs. Clarence filers, Mrs. Hanford Brocki Eugene, LaVina and Robert Jandl' went to St. Paul 1 Sunday to visit their mother Mrs. Anthony Jandl.' Mr. Jandl |has-,been with Mrs. Jandl Who is,nOW.recovering ' from a varicose vain: operation. Washington "fcitey, fe'sitfefit ",'fc* Sery'{oe% Were he'fd ^ottcfajf'^ the Methodist chljffch. , Mv^rm&re, .where burial' was nfedr^helH, A dattghtSr, MM. ,& ,6qiij'nsf a tofit .CWdarv and, a brlthef, Jinn, Survive! ' ., . . Army, Recruiters . , Army recruiters wlll.b'e Irt'Al- gona Thursday, NbV, 8, to recruit for We regular antiy. They will be Heated in the feostefflce. Men between 17 and 35 may Knllst fir 10 months, 2 or 3 years. They^ will have their choice Of branch of service and theatre. ' i Seeing Switzerland ( Burt: Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Hawcott received word from .their son, Pfd Wallace HawcOtt. that he was on a two-week's sightseeing trip into Switzerland..He exacts to be sent home Ih n few months,' * . lait antt relatives in MllWEHike&' ; •"..-; M. P. ChH*llan*6H MHtv onday wlih her mbtfifcr, Mf&< dt firlft. M r',, ,, n . .talned IS guests at a.- dessert bridge. party last -Wednesday- evening. , . ' , ' ,- M Mh and -Mrs. C. L, Bali&y sfiftHl the weekend M Steux City With their daughter Mrs*. C. N. Alfs'v and family. Mrs. ,Vef now was hostess tb th« members of , her sewing, club Wednesday evening. There are 12 members. . Mrs. Prank Catighey, and. Hills daughter, Jennifer, Wenl to Mfrt» neapolis last week to attend ; a. family reunibn. - • MM. Bruce Miller of Hillsboro, ' loWa, left Thursday for her | home after a week with her sdn Don and family. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Jensen spent Saturday in Swea .City with the letter's parents Mr. and Mrs. C. Q. Dourte. ,- . j i i i il 1 l r in I i i in ...... 1'"_l_«t (••••••••••••••••••I 1 .Whether you prsfer coal, oil or £41 there'! a ipccially designed Green Colonial Furnace to Insure your comfort. OIL-PIP.SD Laing & Muckey Phone 464 N. Dodge St. Algona. Iowa GREEnCOLOniflt FURRRCE SERVICE |llllll!!!!!!illlllll!llll!ll!llll!ll!llll]||||||lilll!ll!ll!l!lllllll!lllllllllll!lllllll!ii^ | Closing-Oui I ( REAL ESTATE and FARM SALE I == Two iiulas oust, one norfli, tlircc-fourtlis inllos oast of Swen Gity I 1 Tuesday, October 30th | .Sale of Machinery and Livestock starts at 12:30 REAL ESTATE IN KOSSUTH CO. 1(50 acres, all tillable, ivell tiled, woven Avire all around farm and cross-fenced with woven wire. Five-room house, ham 82x40 Avith hip roof, corn crib 82x28, with overhead granary holding 2000 bushels of oats, corn crib capacity 2800 bushels; chicke?i house 20x40, machine shed, hog house, electric IFglits, good well, on gravel road. SE& Section 10, i)()-i2i), Harrison township, Kossiith county. Terms on Sale on Farm—$2*000 down, balance of terms made known sale day. Farm to be sold nt 2:80 sharp. 117 - Head of Livestock - 117 1 67 Head of Hogs 67 I H.KA1) Sl'MMKH PIGS, Yaccinated II) HEAD OF IIR001) SOWS 48 Head of Sheep 48 I 1« HEAD WK LAMIJS; 12 WETII-EIl LAMBS 1!) KWKS. OXE BUCK TEAM OF WOKK 1IOKSES Tractor, Milking Machine AXD OTHER JfACIUXEUY Regular Farmall tractor on rubber, and cultivator in first class shape; Surge 2-pail milking machine with 10-stall cocks and Quincy pump; Hoosier endgate seeder; good John Deere 10-ft. disc; Grbec. drag; John Deere 999 corn planter with trucks and .soy bean boxes, nearly new; single-row cultivator; Now Idea manure spreader, used one year; good International plow, 2-bottom, 14-jin., slat moldboard, . Two-row Oliver corn picker; McCormick-Deering No. (i mower with trucks; 4-in. tire wagon; 38-in, wagon box; wagon box; walking plow, 14-in.; Sandwich 38-ft. elevator; speed jack and wagon hoist;. 4-\vheel trailer; hand corn sheller; International 10-in. grinder; 1929 Chevrolet, used for power; hog troughs; water fountains; 45-bu. self feeder; chicken feeders and waterers; Minnesota side-delivery: lake; hay rack; McCormick-Deering hay loader; 3 sets hay slings; set harness; 10 buttermilk barrels. Bale sled. 9-ft. spring tooih harrow; 30 sacks of fertilizer; wheelbarrow; tractor tire pump on takeoff; tank heater; electric fencer; 10x12 brooder house on skids; l'/2 h. p. gas engine; pump jack; 55-gal. feed cooker; pitchforks, shovels, tools, and many other articles too numerous to mention. POULTRY—125 Leghorn pullets, 100 mixed chickens. HAY, STRAW, OATS—500 bales of straw; 3 tons alfalfa hay; 500 bushel* Bopne pelf, 500 bushels Vickland oats; 8 bushels Burrow beans. CARROL A. CHARLSON BURNS, Auctioucer UAt SAf/E TEKMS FIRST TRUST AXD SAVINGS BANK, ARMSTRONG, Clerk iilil LETZ RO!U€H^6E MILL MANURE LOADERS FLARE Used Model ,B,,Johii_Deere Tractor on rubber, with .lights and cultivator. Let Us Do Your Farm Wiring C0UNTY STORE JOHN DEERE Phone 850 GENERAL ELECTRIC O. F. Drcnnan HIGH SCHOOL vs. CLARION 8 P. ML Local Field Last Home Game of the Season ySUAL ADMISSION !"•••••• M •••• •.• • •. •:• •••••• ••• • »• •«••• mmtfi illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIillllllfl Owing to ill health I have been obliged to quit farming. Therefore, I am offering all of my personal property at public my farm-4 miles tast on U. S. Highway No. 18 and %• mile north p'f Algona, or 3 miles west on U.S. Highway No. 18 and '% mile north of Sexton, on I" J "^\- J_ '•fl'-'-" ' V; '--'- Tuesday^ October Commencing' nt J 2:80 o'clock T; H/t. •.-, 3 Head of Horses and 1 Cow One mure C years old, 1 mare 9 y^nrsvO.ld, 1 bay colt 2 years oldf 1 Guernsey co,w, to freshen in Jan. Farm Machinery, €tc. McCormick grain binder with trucks; Deering corn bfnder; 11-ft. wheel seeder with grass seed attachment; 'fanning.- mill< with sieves and bagger attachment; 16 - Jn. Rock Island sulky plow; walking plow; 9-ft. Rock Island disc; John Deere single-row cultivator; walking cultivator; hqrse-Wrawn garden,; cultivator; John Deere Np. 999 planter, 90 rods wire; Western Holler Cultlpaoker; 4-eec. flexible steel harrow; Srft. Kovar quack grass drag with wheels; 6-ft. John Deere mower, new ledger plates; 5-ft. EJnir erson mower; 10-ft. John Deere alfalfa rake; 8^ft. International hay tedder; Plat bottom slip semper. ••''''••' Gravel dump box; set dump planks; cement mixed and l ] /-j h. engine/on 12-ft. skids; steel wheel wagon, nearly new; Stoughton steel wheel wagon, 'dust-proof skeins; Stoufghipn triple box wood wheel wagon with spring seat, duat-proof skeins; 38-ft, 16-in. wide Little Giant Rustless ste^ei elevator; 2 h. Sandwich power; shoveling board; 2 sets bob sleds; 6 farrowing houses on skids (single .and double), hog oiler; hog feeder; 2 50-(gal. steel hog waterers; 10 steel hog troughs, from 2 'to 8; feet, ;- feed bunks for cattle; 2 sets of harness (double); horse collars and halters; 2 sets of hay filings; 2 hay forks; hay rack; Rock Island manure spreader; 2 5-ft, and 2 8-ft. saw horses,, bolted; bridge 18-ft^ long for use in" painting; 166 bales of hay in mow; also several tons of loose hay, - . , • Manilla rope; block and tackle, new rope; 100-ft. 4-ft. flat cribbing, nearly new; gprsyjn'g QHtfit with cart; 2404b, scale; 600-lb. scale; cider press; grape p.ress; cream separator, pow erjdriven, 1-3 electric h,,n>,; shovels, forks, gost augers; wprk bench, 2-in. solid maple top; .extra: heavy gas barrel with faucet; grease; 14-ft- heavy log phain and other chain*— clamp for woven wire; stone boat; steel fishing rod and reel; 1 rifle, 23 Stevens; 9 shotguns, 1 repeater, ,1 double; Hohner dion; Edison phonograph and 75 records; Burpee pressure cooker (new); desk; librafy-taWei 2 Pmall rockers. Shop Tools SHOP TQOkS—Consisting pf,»U k|t?d» pf wws, pipe tools, 9hj?els ( augey heavy post drill with 8 speed*—can drill to Center of 1 ?l««}t, ' PTHER AUTlQiiES TOP NVM^eWS TQ J!,. |f f Bruuunona, Auctioneer, TEfiMS-rCash;

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