The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 27, 1945 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 27, 1945
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fat. Md MM, FrankHA ErnMl land visited Mr, and Mrs, Hagg, Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. Hfirdld Jtosher from Saturday „ tuittl Hjvednesday. ' In Me. ahd Mr*. W, A, VltfarS Ifacnt Christmas in Poeahontas Vith the latter's sister Mrs, E«i- Utt Olson. > Mr, and Mrs. O. L. Veht wen» West Bend, Tuesday, and r -r-nt the day with their sen ypflrl and family. Fern Carney of Madison, Wi*,, pent the Christmas holidays Bere with her parents, Mr. and r Mrs. Robert A. Carney. n i Mr. and Mrs. Merl Williams of fcFOrt Dodge were guests of Mr. land Mrs. Ken Cowan last week prom lucsday until Friday. I- Mrs. LeRoy McWhorier and I'licr mother Mrs. Anna Gill were | Uhrislmas day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ryerson at Bui 1. ' 'Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voight of Fcnton came Monday for a holi- f jflay visit with the Jatter's par- cnt|, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel. ' [."Miss Inez Harris, who ttacha* fit Swca City, came Saturday to (Spend the holidays with her par- MOnts Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Harris. ' Mrs. Joe Martini of Emmeti- [ burf spent Christmas day at the t home o"f hdr daughter and hus- I band, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hoenk. i {Mr. and Mrs. William Dau and i family were dinner guests' Tues'- |daV of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ehl- Jfeis, parents of Mrs.. Dau, Swca I City. ' Mr. and .Mrs. W«"er Jensen vtfht to Siou* City, Monday, and loitjioyed Christmas With Mrs. C. |P/ Fowlcir, mother of Mrs. Jen|i'*Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McCall on- Ijjoyed a holiday visit fiom their li daughter and husband, Mr, and Mrs. James W. Griffith of Des |Moincs. |'5 Lewis Neville, who is a stu- aent at lown City, arrived Friday It spend the holidays with his arents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugen V ^ \Mteffe thdy-speht Christmas' 1 with the fbfhidf'S mother, Mrs, Anna And other relatives. HufehlWH euu* ^ Satufrday, where * and will spend he* holiday Vacatidfl wfth her mother, Mrs. 1 Afehle 1 Muwhlson. of Fort 'Dodge Came, Saturday tot' a visit until afterfj*he- holidays afthd home of his parents, MPI and, MA. fay Minard. Mr, |nd Mti, Chjtrl«< Kuchynka. went to. Minnea^blfs, Monday, far a hoftday visit' with their daughter "and her hiteband/ Mr. and Mrs.-LeJtoy Mathisdn. W- »6(» Mr*, A. L. Brown and sons' went to Salix Saturday. Th6y wefe Christmas guests at the home ttf Mrs. Brown's parents Mr. and Mrs. B! N. Gay. i Mm, Alyda Allen, who is com- panton to Mi's. Archie Hutchison, wenfr to Sli^ldbn the first of the Week, where? she spent Christmds with her daughter and family. Mr. imd MM< Bernard Wilson of La Crosse, Wis., arrived Monday and remained until after Christmas with the former's parents Mr. artd Mrs. S^D^WJlson. , U*t and -Mtf. Henry Joitartnten .Weht to Whittebore, Wednesday, w^ere they spent the day with the former's sister and-hpr hUs- MTJ and Mrs. Lawrence ALGONA tJPPEtt 00 MOMS/ ALGONA !OWA 14 Li. Col. Paul Hulchins of Siou "Ms, S. D., spent from Sunda 'nil Tuesday night with his wif id parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D "ttchins. Mr. and Mrs. Robert; McCu jjjgh .'.jiy'cnt to Corrcctionville t ;e, ( With .the latter's parents, ,M iftd Mrs. Charles Michaclson -fo Jhristmas. .-'Mr. and Mrs. Roland Gref* o [Owa'City came Sunday to spen ' 10 holidays with the latter jrcnt's, Mr. and Mrs, ,A.' R Iruikshank. Mr.-and Mrs. Hay McCorkl came Mpnday apd rq ,_...__ r jntil Tuesday • afternq.0 !?tnc*homc of Dr. and Mrs« Har J McCbjrkle. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hofiuc o JHtoson were Saturday callers a She home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloy , Ehton. Mr. Hofius is a brothe •• of Mrs. Elston. ; ,^Leo and Rosella Harig of Al -bert Lea, Minn., visited over th ^weekend at the August Hari I*home. They arc bi other and sis ter of Teresa. Mr. and Mrs. Dana'Paxson J>a« asj dinner guests, Tuesday, Mr and Mis. Fred Geigel, Mr. an Mfs,,' Gerald Vbighfr and Mrs •Helen Paxson. / Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannse. were Christmas day guests, o Mr.5«nd Mrs. M. L. Button' o ^urt. Mrs. Button is a sister o 4 . v. «nd,Mrs. W. A. WhUo Vint o Des|Moines, Monday, end re turnfed.B Tuesday ' evening afte ,speng)ng the holiday with the* J)oft and famih-, IA MiuMarvella McDanel. who i f Attending the academy at Ne ^Vada, 4slspending her holiday va ,C9tion w,lth her parents, Mr, and vMrs-tArchJe McDanel, ' » Dr. Harry McCorkle was -un sable to be in his office Friday and sgaturday due to a case of flu. He <ws able to return, to work Vedfte:sday morning. % [' j(4r. and Mrs. John Wood o. Pes Moines, came Sunday and remained until after Christmas at 'the home of the former's mother Mrs, Joe Bestenlehner. #0 Whittemore, TuesdayWhere ilhey spent the dry with th,} latr er's sister and husband, Mr, and to, Herman Kollasch, ghris milukait, will arrive *De*- -jriber 30th from Amarillo, Tex.. Bere-he is in iservice, Ho will ,,ive a, 45-day fwrJouBh , f D^fiw* M»«. Ki»l Hoffnma 4n4 • Joan wer»t to L^ Mars, ., T ^, V ,,,, to be with thp,doptotfs pamnjts. Mr. sn(J J#fg, $, Jf Hpff. ^Mr^ajid Mr«. MUten PaW want k f< S.^s .cifr. MJ»Hg• JK ff , Mr. and Mr</ L. .,.,_««.j,«, irtd daughter, went td .CorWith, Christmas,' whsyd they were gaeats o£ Mys> Gillespld's sister ind family, i^f, and -Mrs. Philip Ruffer. ' Mrs. t John, Kenefick and sons Went to* Eafflo Grove, '^Tuesday, ind returned Wednesday after spending-' Christmas dAy . with Miss Naomi -Kpnefick' and ' other relatives. " , , Mr( and Mr*. Don Ait and lit- tie daughter^ MaWlyn came from Cedar Ripids; Sunday, for the Christmas holiday with Mrs. Alt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe •Greenbcrg. •, Mr. and M*. W. A. Hardy'r«- ttirncd Wednesday from Minne- ipolis whereMhey were Christmas guests at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hardy Sr. . '. , Mti. and MM. E. B. Carlson went to B,unnell, Minn., Tuesday, where ^ they were guests of Mr. Carlson'^ parents. Wedhesday they W«nt,to, Minneapolis for a visit with' Relatives. " 'Mrs. R»l|>h Tiee and ion James left Friday for- Johnstown; Colo., where they will spend Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wi V. Rich'es.- They will return to Algpna'January 3. Carol Jean, Karen Joyc6 and Lebna May iwent to Liveimorp; Tuesday, to^pend the day with Mrs. Erickson's mother, Mrs. Charles Armstrong. Mr., and. Mm. Pierce Wiime and two daughters of Des Moine arrivef! 1 Monday for Christma at the. JS. W. Lusby homo. Mr Witmer,is the former Helen Lus by. . - '' -, Ml** t»'V«nne Wolcaltwho i employed,/with the America iNqws company at S;[cni£ <?lty,,sr F lyed Saturday a.nd remained un til ,Christmfts night with her par ents, Mr.> and'Mrs. Edward Wol cott, '" '< Jff' .and-'Mrs., EmM «Woodford an^ aon^;J,}m, 'Bob, 'J3itfy, and m drove through'from Lo ; -CERTIFIED • 1NSPLATION J01 CowanBWgSupplyCo. ( i'hooe 875' 4CGO>A, IOWA Ahgelfes to spend Christmas 'and New Years with Mrs. Woodfol-d's f>areflt&, Mr. and Mrs. S. fi. No- lahd. . Mr, »nd Mis. ft. J, Hafaager <si Buffald Cetttdr, formerly of Al- lofia, Ifeft shortly before Chrlst- rftas for California, where they will sjJcnd the winter. They also will visit their daughter for a short time. M*. and Mrs. Lloyd Elslon went to Des Moines, Monday, where they spent Christmas with their daughter and her husband, Mrr-attd Mis. N.' P. Mack and theif son Elton. They returned Wednesday. Lf. Glee Pitcher arrived Mon- day from Indian Town Gap,and remained for a fdw<' day's with his wife and family, ttad ts a housing shortage Mrs. Pitcher has been unatole to join him 'iri Pennsylvania. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. PfeAtdri And family went to Winterset, SUfl- day, where they spent Christmas with the former's parents, Mr/ and Mrs. Ernest Preston, and the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Meyers. Miss Charlotte Johnson will arrive next week from Chicago where she is taking nurses train* ing at the Presbyterian hospital and will spend several days with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Ahtorie FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, DEC. 28-29 Fun for the Family Saturday Night SUNDAY AND MONDAY, DEC. 30-31 RHAROBY r MONDAY il:30 P. M. NEW YEARS EVE Reserved Seats, Now On Sale. ', " < ComeandGefA//.,. The Laugh of A Lifetime! > .EDWARD SMALL presiots . - . 1 'Mr, ana Mrs. C. W. Motckwefli id Minneapolis, Sunday, and remained until after Christmas with the . latter's mother, Mrs. Mary Anderson, and her sister ahd husband, Mri and Mrs. W. W. Fletcher. Mrs. J. E. Walker and brother Arthur Lotke, the Misses Ella and Jane Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kuecker of West Bend artd Mr. ,and Mrs. Roy Bjustrom were guests: at the Ralph Walker home, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs, Maurice Mortinson of Hampton, and Mrs. Ruth Look of Mason City were Christmas day'guests of Mr. and Mrs. u W, hahsoh, Mrs. Mortinson is the daughter of Mrs. Hanson and Mrs. Look IS a Sister. Mildred Aman arrived Friday morning from Washington, D. C., to spend a month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Aman and other relatives and friends. Miss Aman is employed as secretary in the Federal Power Com mission. Cap*, and Mrs. Cecil Harfung came the first of the week from Washington, D. C., and were Joined by the latter's sister and husband, Prof, and Mrs. Donald Miller and children in a trip to Sioux Falls, S. D.,wherc they are spending the holidays with the ladies' parents, Mr. and Mrs. M L. Ormas. Closing-Out Sale Monday, Jon. 7th » 12 o'clock Noon 77—HEAD OF LIVESTOCK—77 Complete Line of Machinery. D. N. Gerber 1 Mile North, 1 Mile East of Galbraith WVVVVWIWVWWWViV, New Year Resolutions 1946 will be * $ea» *f faith, tfofte and Charity,, Faith In ourselves, Faith l« our country; Faith iri God. Hone that we wilt never atfaln be called uittti <f to sacrifice our sons and daughters to th* hardahltt ' and craelitle* of twrf. ' _ ,] ff Charity begins at hlme but we must help feed" the poor starving children «f other countries. , Let us start this year with a clean fa«e and a clear conscience and so (ive that when we die even the undertaker will be sorry. A lot «f friends is < the greatest legacy any one can leave this world. "Love your neighbor" la one of the treat com* mandmcnte but be careful not to fet mixed up with your neighbor's wife. < In politics you may be able to carry, water on both shoulders but no man caA carry a woman on •' each shoulder. Your r affection chould go to the good wife that b^kes pancakes for you every morn- * ing, Happy homes are the foundation /of good,, government. Families have had a hard time this '"• winter finding what they want in the stores. But ',' there is a great day coming. It will not be long, ' now. , *j ,„, Stores will be full of goods, Everyone Can get' '* > what they want when they want It. We have five big shipments of shoe* 'coming next month and more to follow. So be patient and we will make your feet happy with the 1946 new styles, new leathers, new colors. Jimmie Neville C l • ^^ • ^t ^ ••* losing-Out Sale As I have decided to quit farming, I will sell the following described property at my farm located 3 miles northeast of Burt; H mile* e»*t, 1 north, % mile east of Burt, on Thursday, January 3rd Sale starts at 12 sharp. Lunch will be served by the BjuBt, Presbyterian Ladies if-* *i •',: 'W-i' 35 - Shorthorn Cattle - 35 1 i. ^ 13 cows, 9 fresh with calves, 2 others soon, 2 2-year-old heifers; 10 yearling DENNIS 0'KEEFE-MARIE»DONALD « BARRY SULLIVAN -BINNIE BARNES J, CARROL NAISH • SHEILA RYAN JEROME COWAN- • VERft MARSHE TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, JAN. 1-2-3 Continuous Show New Years Day from 1 O'clock. HOfSHOTSNOlVJ 26 Head of Hogs 15 Spotted Poland sows, bred for 1st of April; 1 Spotted Poland boar; ten feeder pigs. ' " •' Head of Sheep 13 ewes, blackface^ one buck. Ewes bred for 1st of April. CHICKENS—375 White Leghorns, 225 pullets and 150,year-old hens. Worthed ? and vaccinated for chicken pox. *r ; . '. 5 • . Head of Horses 5 One team well-matched bay mares, age 7 and 8, wt. 16 or 17 each; one aged mare team coming 6 and 7. . \ Machinery t'.t k BUD ABBOTT LOU COSTEILO 1IT Fnrinall tractor F20, good slmpe, rubber In front and cultivator; 154t. International disc; International Si-bottom plow; spring tooth farrow; international corn planter; liay loader; International 8«|^t. binder, f, p ood condition; John Deere corn 'binder with elevator; New Idea manure apreader; 42-ft,, elevator ivlth hoist; rubber-tired wagon with triple box; new hay rack and trucfcj wagon; wagon with tank .box; truck wagon and hardwood dump boards ;< 4-sec tion steel drag; 2*8ection st«el garden drag. ^ ; 'One sled and hay rack; 2 single-row cultivators with shovels and shields; nearly new hay rake and 2 mowers; ono rulilter tired Olivej^inower; feed grinder; one horse power for elevator; hanfl shelter; speed Jack; wood saw; scraper; hay tools; hay slings; hay forks; feed cooker; platform scales; 2 hog feeders, 45 and 80 bu,; feed bunk; 4-bbl. hog waterer; fly nets; 3 sets h^rngss), hog troughs; feed, bund atid cement troughs, , ' ' »t ' I ^ , *h I I I i! brooder houses, 10x13? (hickou or hog house, f brooder; elei-trlc w*t«rers; feeaeo/| HAY, STItAW— !J stacks, twa wild hay, one of alfalfa; About «00 Iwiles. h*j l» baru, soiue of &,& a; 100 bales straw, . t , .J ,•'*<." '. s, crosscut woo4 saw? l forks; scoops ana H{«am|.f»p} slekle gr|n4 gooa ivreuches? Int, separator with motor; palls wod cans, Other HOLSK1IOL1) (i()01)S— Kitten table, 9 clmirsj k it cljeu cupboard! S/' ej new rsngej 3 beds ana spripgs) 9 linoleum rugs, telgj ' - ' ^ 11 ?" -i«

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