The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 13, 1945 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 13, 1945
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mm ', DEC..13.,..I94S. j'i'S'WB UPPfitt t«CKfARMER . Jaek : Johiis6n and s darolyn Spent Sunday i thotne of Mrs. Johnson's .patents Mr. and Mfs, Chas, Mor• ' tone Rock! Ed Blanchard, tenant on the W. .1..Cotton farrn, just north, of Lone -Rock,, had -a field of DbKalb corn which placed < among the high five in the country in the 1045 national .Do*. Kalb corn growing contest. The yield was'83.77'bushels-per aqro. Parenls of''Daughter .Mr. and Mrs. Gharlee. ' Lock* wood .are/parents of an -eight pound baby daughter-born Friday, Dec. .7" int. thc ; KbssUth hds-' pllal, Aigoria 1 , She 'has been named ,C(<H'o1.Ann. Good Hope Parly 'Mvs./rt A. Holmgren and her. mother'-lyirs. Mary Hemersoh' at-' tended .a .Christmas ; party at the Good Hope parsonage. Wednesday afternoon. Merle McGrann- han of Ruthvcn was a recent vis j itrir at the Holmgrens. Mariows Ente'rlain .•Mr. s and MI'S. Merwin Marlow" entertained on Sund.ay evening. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Marlow, Bill and Harlan, Loon Larson, Lt. .Gene. Blanchard, Clara Briele, Mr. and, Mrs. Melvin Hawks, Mr.,and Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt, Mr. and /MrS.' Wilfred Radig, and'Mr. and Mrs. Ornie Behrends. - •The Alex Hawks spent Sunday at the Russell Bates home. i Mr. and Mrs. Chet Alme and' Shirley were guests oh Sunday of the Alf Schultz. for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin. Johnson of 'Algona were Sunday afternoon visitors. , 'The jLawrerice Geitzenauer family spent Sunday, at-the.; John Geitzenauer, home at Fenton, • : Mr. -and Mrs. .Luverne :• Hammerstrom spent ; Sunday at the Roy Zwiefel home at Fentoh. ' 'The "• Lawrence ; GeitzenaUer family, spent Sunday at the John Geitzenauer home at Fenton. ; Mrs. .Everett, Lockwopd 'from EmmetsbUrg. was a .^weekend guest of. the 'Dale ;Lockwobds. : Don : Gregersori, .recently vdisr charged, ;f rbm , the service,*' .began, work Monday for- Lester' Jensen. Sgt.!.a)id Mrs.. E. H. iMittafr left Wednesday ; f or • Cherry Point, N. Carolina; driving through' 1 in-their' • car. ';:/.'I''•;•:•_"••• ,/.-:' •''••". " •• • V;.";; The; Harold- Cushmamfamily.of Bancrof^..were''';.-Sunday ,'.<dinner. guests '.-at --the" Clifford - Mueller home. ' ,.':'',, Merton Houck -from r'-Riceville spont;>Fr5dayaand iSaturday ;.here at ith^'hPi^c'o " -Mf, ;.flnd.\Mrs,. Edwin.;H0vye ; of EftimetsbUrg were Stirfdayvisit- ors atvthef'hbme 6f Mrs> Howe's parents, *Mt'. -add Mrs. Geo. Pet- tit/; • '. . .--.'1 Mr.' and,Mrs/,Dave'-Weber and Mr/.and'Mrs. ;Dave '/Lynch at- tertded, a birthday party for Jack Lynch at Ledyard Friday evening. : ' ' .' . Gllvih -Householder trucked eat^io on Saturday to. Cedar Rapids -to a sViow artel sale for P. M. GHfisteftson, 'He returned -Sunday. Mr, and Mrs.iOr.ville, nnd daughter Of .Vale to.j attend 1 ;the-.F.laigtJe ding .Saturday, nfternoon.. ^tiifn- ed;>to theii' home rtimday. •• v ; K; Mary Ann "Gcfttrtanspeh'i'Sun- day afternobtt ?.* the home »f her parents, the Henry Gettmans of Burt. .The .Gettmans have .all bee'ri victims of ,the flu,^. .,; Mr. and Mrs. Orville Deardorff and daughter of Yale who came to attend 1 the'-Flaig-Jensen wedding on, Saturday afternoon, returned' to their homo Sundayr .;Mr.,artd Mrs. ,Alf Krueger and children and Mrs. ;Harry Montgomery and Susan spent Sunday at'the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. Mi! Gladstone .at Charles City. "•Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hoppe and Mrs. Anna Hoppe, alKof Tru- •mah, 'Minn., visited -Sunday at the'-: Ed Hoppe home, Mrs, Anna Hbppe, mother .of ,Ed, remained ' vlvir, and Mrs. Ray Bartlett of Tit'onka were ' Sunday ' dinner guests of, the,:Raiph Bierstedts. t'he";Bierst?dt daughter '• Janice •eturned' home with them for a e\v-days»vjsiit. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Neitzel of-.fBurt Sand- the Durwood Neit- zels of .Bancroft spent. Sunday .at he Clinton Henderson home. Vtrs,'Don'Arns of:Algona«was an. afternoon caller there, ... ;Lt.'.Gene Blanchard -has re-; urned to the home, of -his par-, ents, the J. M. .Blanchards, after) everal.-days visit^at-the -home Of us.sister,Mrs.;John Flynn at.-De- i*6it, Mich., and with his brother and .family, .the. Don ..Blanchards, "•lymouth.. , •.,.., .. • •;Jbhn.,-i?ersonrspent from.Friday of Sunday 4 \with''.his-cousins-Walt- 1 Smith; of 'Algona, ; -His -parents,: . S'rvErnil 'Persons,v'speh{' i -Sui'iday atjjthe:;R.ay' ? Sm'iths i and; Jbhn.;-fe- : urned home.<withi-them,;'Jacque-; iBe Person spent•.Satufday. at/the loy jJens"e.n..'horne.'",-. . ••;'•' •': Person ."spent ifrom^FriV eiits, -"the Emil Persons, spent ; Sunday at the : Roy Smiths and Johh fetUrhed hbrne with them. Jacqueline .Person spent Saturday at the';:Roy -Jensen* home, .The Henry -Sebroeders entertained .atiSUild^y dittner. Those attending ,=were iMr. and Mrs. Henry" Wiener, Burt, 'Mr. ,ahd Mrs. Orville Wiener, -Fairfield, Mr, and ,Mrs. . Jerald Wiener, Bancroft, -Mr. and Mrs. Gfady .Wiener and the Roy.Chrischilles, b'ehton. . . Mr. nnd Mrs. Molvin Nelson, Mrs.. Kertneth Bates, Raymond •Nelson and JBetty ,"Jean .Bates .spent Sunday- at the .,Raymond iNelson'Goldfield. '.Mrs, ,Iiillian Stangl and two children ^of Carroll returned home with ;th'etn for a visit. Mrs.-Stangl is ; a daughter of the 'Nelsons. Mr.,and Mrs; Henry'.Kiiccic nnd (daughter Betty and son Pvt. Mol- •vin -Kueck spent 'Wednesday at th.? Rev. L... Richmond homo at :Ormsby, Minn. On 'Thursday lull's Kucck. and Melvin spent the afternoon at the--A, A. Heiden- .with-home at WhHtert>ore, The iamily spent Sunday, at the May: nard- Kueck;home at Sv/eo City. Pvt. Melvin Kueck left Tuesd(ay tr i report for.duty at Fort Riley, Kans. Norma/ ' vLuella v;and, Jricle spent Sunday at ;the;hpme bf their sister iMrs.' Walter ;Dack;-; i, 'Algona. . i- FARM HOUSING b( f JIM POOL / BOTSFORD LUMBER CO '' .. , i „, Indoor .'.condensation in ; animal shelters .can be, controlled .with. good insulation and - ventilation.' The two go hand in hand. One will not function properly without the other.; ''That is why -.well-known manufacturers of ventilating systems -Will not install their equipment Jn 'an uninsulated 'building. Adequate ventilation .requires a movement of air rapid/ enough to avoid condensation,.and yet gentle enough to. a void : drafts. 'Proper insulation is the most Important factor in making farm buildings IS easy to ventilate. Good construc- VI. tion helps too, of course. Now* If what are the mechanics of venti)a- rf tipni How does it "do its stuff?" i-l We all know that warm air can f| hold more .moisture'than cold .air, \A and that as air is,warmed, It picks j§ up moisture ifrom any surface with whleh it comes in contact. Suppose the .outside -temperature is zero,'and the inside temperature of an uninsulated bui.ld ing .is 25 degrees.'The'Outside ^i(. being heavier than -the sir Inside, w}H fall to the floor as it enters the building. Eventually, -It'mixes with, the inside air, gets -Ughter, and 'rises, absorbing mojsture ; ss;it expands, At 25 .'degreqsnaip ,ca hold twice a> much moisture as < can at pro, so some of the dampness js removed as-the airvgoesiqut throHgW-the .exhaust. 'But at '-25 dfgr4es the,re is not enough dlf- fejettee in ,the rate ,of,'mov«ro«n 9ijd the amount of-moisture car- ri^d .off to -make ;*sin apprecjatj}* difference. The circulation Js slow, jslyggjsh, and Jaiyr,;vThfi " J1 "" remains, damp. ijn,: cbntr^t, the ,.,-,,„,„,„„,,, byjijjjng conserves the heft, given pjfl fey the enima' Isirtujph warmer, s, the in,side h. e visits* was 55 legeefsijnsidwJuM utside t«rai«ritHw^sf«s JS belom ; WS Relatives from :here - have • received .word that Peter .C. .Reding .of Monterey,,-Minn., 'had an operatio.n for appendicitis Wednesday tin a Fairmont thos- pital. . fiURlED AT WESLEY Wesley: Mn and Mrs. Joe Milf ler,;Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Yegge^ and Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence Dornbier .went to Rockwell City Thursday, to attend the funeral of .the father, Nick Miller, 83, who died Wednesday, Dec. 5. >The requiem mass was held there 'Friday morning and .the body was brought here for burial in St. Joseph's cemetery that afternoon. ' '••• : Besides Joe Miller, Mrs. Yegge ihd Mr«. Dornbipr lie is,also survived by John Miller of Janesville, Minn., Mrs. Teresa .Kutz of. Rockwell City, Mrs. Lena Spangf ler of Janesville, Mrs. Anna ner Of Rockwell City. CHUGKPAXSON HOMEIROM ARMY "Chuck" Paxson, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Paxson of Algona. arrived .home Wednesday with an honorable discharge from .the army in his pocket after four years and three' months of service. He.had spent same over a year in Hawaii, arrived at San Fran-; Cisco last >v'eek, and relived his discharge at "Fort Leavenworth'. Polio rfiatiewt Home Wesley: vJNtr.,.and Mrs. Lael Root went to Minneapolis Sunday and brought their daughter Carol homejfrom • the Elizabeth Kinney Imtilulte,- where - She'.had beeni treated'ffi'i--polio foi* about three .months. Flu At Lone ;Koek Lontf Rock: -The flu epidemic is ;taking /its,toll in, .this community and 'School, -with a total of 39% of the school enrollment tnit of classes,on Monday. Only three pupils -were 'present in the first . arid' second- grade room. < On til* olil-Bart Strand farm located-2H .miles south of Hardy; (i miles north of.Tlmr; 10 miles east and 3 miles, north nt ItumbolcU- or f< miles west:and .1-miles north of fioldficid, At 1:00 IV Mi -Sharp 'Barnyard 'Obunch Wagon 2— HE AD OF ROAN GELDINGS- 2 .,We£lit. about 1800 -Ibs. FARM MAOH1NERY, ETC. ALGONA /VS. WEBSTER CITY Friday, December M •Second\Team Game 7:15 p. m. • '.-First :Team Game 8:15 p. m. • • " • . jBoth learns are undefeated in the North Central ^Conference. This game is-for the league leadership. • ;.Usual Admission Prices . on TUbber;' 10-20 SlcDeerin*; new.'JJ. bottom, 14 in Co^e Ploiv: 2 bollom, 1C in. Case plow; < new, 238-G cullivator for F-2( or F-30> Mcpecrlng 105 corn-planter .with. ti'actor.liitch and 160 rods 01 \vircrlvicUeeriiig. .io-ft. tandem disc; new MM 9-ft. .tandem disc; Mc- Dtei-ing 4. section flexible harrow; steel. folding, drawbar for 4 section harrou-; McDeeriiiff eiiclgate seeder; .new .John DCPVP No. 5 now mowen, new New Idea Easy-Way .liay loader; Hew McDeering: heavy duty side delivery 'hay, -rake;, new Jay-IIayhawk aiitomatiu slacker McDeering , No. 200 2-row conl picker; new .McDeering 3-S electric cream separator; 2 oil burning: lank 'healers; '2 feed hunks; new 14-l't hay rack; New ull steel grain. tank w.tfgoirboxMow. running gear, stec) xvheels; low.trunnirig gear, .a;l steel; McDeering ensilage cutter witl. blower, pipe; horse : drawn';Mlnnesota -mower; new 'MM -manure "prca;!- er; John Deere manure spreader; new Coals montire loader; Dcering 8-fl. .binder; -new McDeering : seciion spring tooth harrow; AHmaii- Taylor 23T3^(Uireshing,rinachiiie .with all belts; 1926 Chevrolet 1 A Ion truck* Mossberg 22 rifle; American VtAn, electric drill;. 2 bench vise; •100 ,fl.(iprc-.war ; rubber belt; i.45.;bu. ; hog self feeder; -60 .bu. hog self feeder; 50 gal > -sleel >hpg .waterer; John- Deere. overhead .wagon hoist. lliffhwlieel running gear and ; 3G in. (box; other small tools and -equipment too, numerous to .mention. ..-' ANYONE iVVISHINO TO. CONSIGN AN.Y LIVESTOCK ON THIS SALE IS WELCOME.!IIANDY:TO ,LOAD -AND .UNLOAD. TERMS/.'. Cash; no property toihe-removed.until settled for. IHOWARD E.5TRANI> ! andE. R. JOHNSON , OWNERS iRoya! .K. Ulu, Auctioneer :'••'• -Ilumboldf Trust; and Savings Bank, Clerli as^^ssss Ityg V > Ilog^eeders Fei'tilher Spreaders Poultry Waterers Electric .Motors Gns Motors ' Steel and .Wood DcLaval Milkers .ami :Cream Separators •Tractor All Steel Sweep ;Rakes . ; | All Steel Harrow sEolding^Dtawbaes (< Massey Harris No,i8 Ensilage 'Cutter ':'*/; Steel Tank Type Wagon Boxes , Mnctjuette 'Mec/'-f'arm Welder ; ( REA Approved) Large Stbfek of Tank Healers, Oil and Cpal .Mechanical and Hydraulic Manure Loader! ami Stackers' tcr ari'1 cuHivnfor. We win,.,triu'e<eiihef of-.these Oliver .70*Tjractor..W. ; C. Allis Ghahners trac> on c .-used car. . 2-l(i;John Deere plow, heavy .,2-14 Oliver plow. IHC hammerniill. Air compressor,! complete- With mo<nr. iLarw^Himp Krease-ptin. .John Deei'e^ro.of section lor elevator. 26 inV'.Glark wagonubox, '.very ' ' ' . 'a cuslomcr;WiUi a Vi«l let. pick-up, who wants to trade for tractor. We have complete-service .for Oliver, New Idea, Massey^Harris and Firestone.. "Trartolube" Oil Phone 714 -Algbna, Iowa Hah<J'', ker 'Loaders .-•FAR 'a To be;held;at the Wilhelm A. ^eilenfeld Farm located 3 miles north arid 5"'S .-miles westjof A)gona))6'/a miiles-south and V> mile west of Lone Rock, and 4 miles == -vnorth and^Va smiles;oas,t:of'Whittemore, on S _ : Mandd% HferaBmber 17 ., J gV i-Commenoing at 1:00! o'clojcK.P.'^, <.the; iCllowing described property: . ; ,S of ifebrses - 61 team tof^ smooth ^mouth geldings, dark bay arid black, weight 3400; one :' black mare, 7 years old, weight/1400; one bay gelding, 3,*years old, halter broke, weight 1400;.one bay marc, 2 years old, >halter broke, weight 1200; and a 1 year old marc colt,^weight 850. ; v. •%|C- ^ .;,:';>Ke^ : rf'C>attle : : : ••*. •Vi-6 i s3;hree;dairy;Cows,(One 2 year.old v hoifer, one grade Shorthorn bull a^d one 23 pjgs. 350 White Leghorn pullets. ; .^,,, „,,_,,,,„,„_,,_,, ., T ,^J f ^tb#steelr?w^nfi>l? and rubberitiw^ontl front,' equipped with power^tAke-off, staler an;dlfghts; Oliver t\v9^Cf\v^p^g»i^ lift cultivator; McCormick Peering ^ft. power |>iwdp r ? >|ohn Deere corn planter, with about 170 rods of wire;kMftQornM^^eeri^ -.-.-*.-. lid^lf^^fl^M^^^^ 1 ^^ two*bottom l4-ii,_, „, plawsfJlihn^lieye twQ.^w grii ^«^n;^f ^ mpurf s^f)i^|f^^ ejt^g«te seeder; two^tftwl |^|i|^i$^j|i|^ raick ispnij pwkt^lst aiid §»«,« ^**T>^^m,v i'l^i^i^e^tioiijt^^h^rir^l^ J|9^i|^;li^i^'l|*l^iW H''KP; "9 nfimiipS^ |^|^j^ : :«rM'-,MJ^|ir{! ^p^^ilM^^ip^^b^djf ji^y^.^^Hn^* |*iiiM^M t ^%^ i Ni^^ "*""" " --••'- i&iiiSS^«ii'dli'k r i.'lo''".fc.' v : -':i/.':; : '.' 1 'i ; '-/::'' l ^/'-' :*•''.•:'.''•'.'•'"- ••* '•'. '•-'.-'"". •;-. •,•-. ?tvJ.' • / .'" : < m^'^s-* mart farm,-3 miles north on pavement and 1 mile east ^ of , Whittemore, Sale .Begins At 1 P. M. vm.->v .'-••- : -T'.T -^ £ Y^ ^^Jt • ^«i^23 - Head or Cattle * 11 .-I'':'''-- ','',"..-?•"'*-• '; ? 14 grade Shorthorn milk cows/nine with calves at,sidie., ' ^ 2. - Head of Horses * 2 Two sorrel geldings. Machinery^ . • JohnrDeerei^tractor, model A, on rub her, and cultivator; Jdhn Deere 2*bottom> 16-inch tractor^plow; John Deere 4-section spring tooth harrow ;^ohntP^eipe;e«i^gt?i<* seeder; new 4-sec. lever drag; McCormick-Deermg 10-20 tractor; McCormicJk- Deering 8-ft. binder; McCormick Deering 6-ft, mower; McCbitmdk^iee^i^ disc; McCormick-Deering 10-inch burr mill; Allis ChalwierJ $-lt,tspiring tootK f €ar« row; 1 steel truck wagon; 1 high wheel wagon and box; hay rack and trucks; Da& siidey dfliyery^fee; Clipper fanning mill and feed mii^j^p^ cream separator; ^^w National milking machine, tra^ Jjn^ m«Wj N^I^wp^r hydraulic bay and manur^ loader; Min^ Deere manuVe loader ^lt onJfclrt^fit tractors jMcCormick-Deering corn planter wiltfi i&rtftmfi^^ ''-m^ .--^ • ^^y'^^S-^ISS I •8^Il|i::Gitttj||| .;i i -4' ; -fc '•/'•:M^Ml r S^f'^&^^ &?^-l*-v.«i4i¥-*'*^slaJffaSffi5 : _ _ .jt;gff/ ; ;|;;5f;ai|: ;/s,llSifll^:Axw3«' iifcAS^ : LS^-!-y : &'&<V$'^f A>'-'&?&K£*4.&$te% : M. ^_.,.. ™..,-». ,™,^.,., y ,^.,.»^™ i-;;ff? : £y ; -:^3^j?

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