L £ k ppAY, JAN. 15, 1946 fON WOMAN'S MET JAN. 8 .bh! tlie Fenton Woman's |et Tuesday, January 8,' at Shie of Mrs. (Fred NeAvdl pml Eiglec assistant host* all was "A current ev6hi |eett members were pres- two guests, namely. Mrs k** . I + " M J i * * *>* and Mrs* Ever* '? ' 1 'Pi Les'tSf Weisbrod ' gave a eview oh "People df South Isia." 'Mrs. "Ernest-Vottel- Bhe a book review' on "The *" by John Van Ness. ' surprise by Mrs. ' Oliver |r was presented;byMrs, fatum. |ch was served at the close liridetirtg, ' P. T. A. Meeting— Fenton Parent-Teachers atlon met Tuesday evening schoolhouse. Mrs. S. 'E. r v had charge of the pro- which was as follows: ge of Allegiance by the jvcommuriity singing led-toy l Gerald Voigt, brass horn gy Vergenc Cornelius; saxo- 1 sold by Junnita Mae Stra- Ind Patrolman Hutchinson lited two American Legion ion "Teach How to Drive." Brt business meeting was after which lunch was 'llUCarnlval Jan. 18 ' Band Mothers are sponsor- carnival at the Fenton Triday evening, January 18. will be various things for ainment. ble 5 of the W. S. C. S. met home of Mrs, Rex Wolfe Irs. Walter Widdel as as- lt hostess. Mrs. .Roy Chris- js was elected Treasurer and Sddie Riemers as secretary. ifeXtbook being uesd is "The ne Fatherhood." This circle rieet every thrid Thursday |ch' month. February host- i will be Mrs. R. C. Goetsch Irs. Lester Weisbrod. s. Art Mueller entertained fborcas Sewing Circle Tues- f afternoon. Donald Gross and baby brought ''home from 'the netsburg hospital Friday, r. and Mrs: Paul Eigler/ and ^ghters, Sharon and-Judy were aday dinner guests at the . and Arlin Kohlwes home. ar. and Mrs. Amer -Cody and ghters Betty arid Yvonne left car Friday for 'California, Price For Guernsey Bull .CHICAGO,, lLL.-^Migh6s.t priced Guernsey bull in the world is Curtiss Franchester Levity 1 Aee,.sold for $37,000 by his joint owners, the Curtiss Caftdy Company-Farms, Chicago, and the Franchester Farms Cleveland, Ohio to Charles G. Lang of Langvalley Farms, Glen Arm, Md. The previous highest price for a Guernsey bull was $35,000, paid for'Langwater Eastern King in 1929 by William H. Lyons, Lyon Mountain, N. Y. , Left to right are Delbert Kingston, livestock manager of the Curtiss farms (holding the bull);.Jack Fralinger, manager of Langvalley Farms; Otto Schnering, president of Curtiss Candy Company; and Mr. Schnerlng's son, Robert Schnering. Curtiss Franchester Levity Ace, calved August 10, 1943, on the L-urtiss Candy Company Farms, was sired by Coronation King of Pine Manoiv one of the leading Guernsey bulls in production and.show yard winnings. His dam, Green Meadow Levity, is considered by many as one of the greatest cows the Guernsey breed has ever produced- and her dam, Shuttlewick Levity, twice National Dairy Show champion and producer of the world's butterfat record as a two-year-old, was sold for $25,500, the world's record price for a Guernsey female UPPER MS MOINES, ALGONA IOWA Letts Cre«k Folk At Burt Wedding Sunday, Jan. 6 i,otts Creek: Mr. and Mrs. Win. Lauck attended the wed* ding of Marjorie Baas and Mr. Leek at Burt Sunday evening, anuary 6. Nick Gengler left for Marioft, S. D t ., last Monday morning, Jan 7, to consult doctors. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer visited at the Wm. Leininger home Wednesday evening. Mrs. John Kohlwes visited a the home of Mrs. H.. F. C. Muel ler Tuesday afternoon, Jan. ft. Rev. Otto returned home last Monday, January 7, from Iowa City. He is to return in three Sexton Man Taken To Iowa U. Hospital Sexton: Johnny Beukema, who lias been ill for several months, after a siege of the flu;'was taken .o the University hospital at Iowa City Thursday' morning where he will go through the clinic. At .Chow Meln Dinner— Mr. and Mj-s. Alfred Opheim at- ertded a chow mein dinner at the ipme of Mr. and Mrs. Wm.' C. Dau n Algona Tuesday evening, along with the others of the Dau garage *orce and their wives. The evening was spent playing bunco and mov- ng pictures pf the Dau travels hrough the south. Sexton WSCS Meets— The Sexton W. S. C; S. met at .he home of Mrs. Harold Hunt Thursday afternoon and the installation of 'the new officers was icld and an interesting lesson was _iven by,Mrs. Sanders. The next meeting 'will be the ' seventh of where they will- spend from 4 to 6 weeks visiting "relatives. . February at the home Mrs. Sim L. Bemis. Mr. and'Mrs. Herman Wise, Gloria and Ruth of near Renwick were Wednesday visitors at the home of his mother Mrs. Sarah Wise and his sister Mrs. Drusie Noble. Mrs. Mimbach Hostess— A nice crowd attended the meeting of the Sexton Homemakers at the home of Mrs. Martin Mimbach Tuesday afternoon, and enjoyed a lesson on cleaning and adjusting •a sewing machine. Next meeting will be with Mrs. Alfred Opheim February 12th. Francis McMahon left the last of the week for Chicago where he is visiting his sister -Miss Mary M£Mahon there. Harry Ditsworth, Algona, is visiting his daughter Mrs. Jack Haw- Icy and family and helping her in the station. Ed Fitch who had/ been a patient in the Kossuth hospital for two weeks with pneumonia was brought home again Tuesday afternoon very much improved. months. Mrs, Floyd Burd and son Wen dell, West Concord; Minn., came up Thursday for a Visit at the Marian Stuckie home. Mrs. Robert Dreyer is caring for Martin Dreyer and family a Burt while Mrs. M. Dreyer is at South Dakota for treatments. Mr. and Mrs. Art Rusch arid Mr. and Mrg. Fritz Meyer spent Wednesday evening, Jan. 9, at M. F. Meyers', celebrating Mrs Meyers' birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zumach visited Tuesday afternoon,-January 8, with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Reisner. Mr. Reisner has not been feeling well of late. Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Zumach and Mr. and Mrs. .Carl Zumach attend a birthday party at' the home of Herman Luedtke's.',fo'r _their daughter Verda Thursday evening, Jan. 10. ' " ;::: "": Mr. and Mrs, Herbert'-Potfatz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Potratz and family, Mr. and Mrs W. Wichteridahl and family, Martin Potratz and Ferdie Mittag attended a birthday party Tuesday evening, Jan. 8 at Whittemore for Bertha Potratz. : Bancroft Team Loses Whittemore: The Whittemore high team handed St. oJhn's of Bancroft its worst defeat of the season, Monday of last week, on the Whittemore floor, by a score of 37 to 24. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Public Notice is hereby' given that the City Council of, the City of Algona, Iowa, proposes to enter into a .contract Or contracts for the purchase, installation- and erection of improvements ' in connection with the, Municipal Electric Plant of the City of Algona, Iowa, as follows: I will sell the following described property at the farm located Va mile south of Lotts Creek or 5 miles west, 1 mile north, 1 mile west and 3'/2 miles north of Algona; or 3 miles east and 4% miles south of Fenton, on Thursday, January 17tti Sale To Begin At 12:00 Noon 85 HMI> OF LIVESTOCK 85 24 Head of Cattle 24 14 head of high producing: grade Holstein milk cows, of which 13 are milking now, 1 to freshen within a month of .sale day; 1 registered purebred Holstein bull, 2 years old, bought of Ralph Walker's herd at Swea City; 3 head of yearling Holstein heifers: 6 head of fall heifer calves, "T. B. tested. Bangs '• accredited and vaccinated. 60 - Head of Hogs - 60 10 purebred Duroc brood sows; 50 h*ad of l«te summer pigs. KTogs are vaccinated, ; I Horse 1 1 mare riding pony, 4 years old." Farm Machinery QUvw 70 tractor with stijrte^ Ugh^s, pinye* lift ana cultivator; John Peere No, «j combine; McCormick-Deering disc; 8-ft, Kover spring tpoth harrow; McCormick»Deerin§ corn plantpi- with Ulizer attachment and tractor Ufchf pistChalroers cultivstoy pnd power lift to fit W*C« McCormick- Peering grass mower? McCorm4ck.peering side delivery pake; McCormickTpeerjng h»y loader; Mont* gomery Ward W-in, hammermiU with traveling, feed table, new last summer? Pavid Bradley 48-lt, all steel portable grain elevator wjth speed fa$ find wagon hoist; John Pdere 8»ft. grain Wnd^J S^ectioo -drag; hay rack/and wagonj 4«wh§eled trajley; ^wheeled trailer,' wagon and box* McCocmick.peering double unit milWng n\ai?hiwe} McCormiQk.,pe«>ying gas engine an4 milker pump with generator and bat« ; 4 tenes used for barn light? a Wnman niilkJng machine buckets; miscellaneous small articles, * s • * BUILPINQS— One |2x84 twO'*9«m>r«fld«ri b^w^ one, S»pen fw«wi»ir J»wse« 2 individual farrow- ? 8,00 bales oHUws w see clerk before sale, Oh* Diesel Engine Generalor Unit Afid thst there! is r\ow on file in the office of the Clerk of the City of Algonn, Iowa, proposed plans and specifications and forms of proposals and contract docuthents Nvhich are now made a part of this Notice by this reference and that pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 23 of the 1039 Code of Iowa, the City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa, had fiied public hearing Upon said proposed plans and specifications and upon said proposal forms and forms of contract documents to take place before the City Council at a regular mooting jUioreof, to be held in the Council Chambers in the City Hall in the City of Algona, Iowa, on the 31st day of January, 1946, commencing at the hour of 7:30 o'clock P, M., Central Standard Time, and ,'that all persons interested arej-hereby notified of their right to appear at said time and place and make objection, if any there is, to said proposed plans and specifications and to said forms of proposals and contract documents. Dated this 27lh day of Deccm- JPAGEl THftEf bcr, 1945, 17 ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk of the City of Algona, Iowa. OFFICIAL NOTICE- INVITATION TO BIDDERS Diesel Engine Generating Unit Algona, Iowa .- 1946 T6 WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals Will toe received by Adah Carlson, City Clerk of the City of Algona, Iowa, at her office in the City hall in said City until 8:00 o'clock p. m. Central Standard Time on January 31, 1946, for furnishing a Diesel engine generating unit in accord ance" with the terms of certain Specifications and Contract Documents pertaining thereto which arc now on file in the office of the City Clerk, and by this reference made a part of this Notice, and which documents are open to examination by any interested person. The City Council will meet in the council chamber of the City Hall at said time to conduct a hearing upon said Contract Documents and, immediately upon the conclusion of said hearing, to publicly open, read and act upon such sealed written proposals as may have been received by the Clerk. Any bid received after closing time will be returned Unopened. Specifications, proposal and contract documents desired for the purpose of bidding may be obtained from the City Clerk, Algona, Iowa. No deposit will be required. Bidders are required to use the printed forms which arc contained in the Contract Documents. Each proposal shall be accompanied in a separate sealed envelope by a certified check issued oh some solvent 'bank in an amount not less than five per cent (5%) of the bid which it accompanies. Said check shall be made payable to the City of Algona, Iowa, and shall be filed by the bidder as security that, if awarded the contract, he will eh- ter into contract in the prescribed form and furnish the required surety bond in amount equal to the contract sum on or before ten (10) days after said award, and failing to do so said cheek, .or cash derived from the cashing thereof, shall be retained by the City as agreed liquidated damages. The City reserves the right to reject any or all bids, as well as to determine which is lowest and best bid. By virtue of statutory authority, a preference will be given to products and provisions grown and coal produced in the Gtt Home Cam for! that Lilt* • Heusclimc with an EAGLE CERTIFIED INSULATION JOB Phone ill todiy CowanBldgSupplyCo. Phone 275 ALGONA, IOWA State of Iowa, and preference shall be given to Iowa flom6stie labor. Published upon order of the City Council of the -City 6f Algona, Iowa, pursuant to a fesd» lution adopted by said council on the 27th day of December, 1946. ADAH CARLSON, 17-18 City Clerk. Accuracy Means So Mucli In compounding a prescript lion, accuracy is of prime importance. Our Prcscrip-' .lion Department has the most modern equipment to •weigh or measure-each ingredient. Our Pharmacist is honor-bound to follow your Doctor's orders exactly .,. . You can depend on him Service Ohnesorge Drug Phone 318 3 E. State St., Algona COalqr^een tfKjenx SDruuj Store SALE Having decided to quit farming I will sell the following property on the place where I now reside, six (6) miles north of Lu Verne, six (6) miles south of Sexton, six (6) miles west of Corwith, seven (7) miles east and five (5) south of Algona, , January 18th SALE STARTS AT 12 O'CLOCK LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS 60 m Head of Livestock 60 3 Head of Horses 3 One team of dapple gray mares 8 yrs. old, wt. 3,000 Ibs. This is an extra good work team; one saddle horse, smooth mouth. 2 - Head of Holstein Cows -2 50 Head of Feeding Shoats, wt. 140 Ibs. 3 DUROC MALE HOGS Farm Machinery, Etc. F20 Farmall tractor, extra good rubber; Model B John Deere tractor; 229 cultivator for F20; 4-row cultivator for F20 tractor, 2-row; cultivator for John Deere B tractor with power lift; 4-row John Deere planter with 160 rods of heavy wire; 50-ft. King &. Hamilton elevator with swinging hopper and wide wagon hoist; speed jack; 22B 2-row International corn picker; Int. horse drawn planter; 3-bottom Int. plow; 2-bottom Oliver Radex plow; Dunham cultipacker, good as new; 15-ft. John Deere disc; 20-ft. flexible harrow. /- • 10-ft. John Deere spring tooth harrow; No. 200 Int. tractor and hay buck; spreader on rubber; Bloom horse-drawn spreader; 2-row Chase stalk cutter ; Farmers Friend manure loader; 2 8-ft. grain binders; new Int. endgate seeder; Hooser endgate seeder; 7-ft. John Deere power mower; new Int. hay loader; hay stacker, fits on Farmall or John Deere tractor; 3 hay racks; dump rake; 3 4-wheel trailers; 3 iron-wheeled wagons; 3 grain boxes; silage box. JNjo, 1Q Int. feed grinder; John Deere planter, fertilizer attachment; electric arc %elderf 4 9-hole self feeders; } 16*ft, self feeder; 4 hog waterersj 10x14 brooder house; Forge; 3 sets flare boards; 2 sets 12x28 and 10x36 of tractor chains; hay slings; and other Articles too numerous to mention, 1 set of breeching harness and collars, saddle and bridle, ,$$D bales alfalfa hay? 50 tons of good corn silage, f 12Q LAYING HENS Electric Iowa cream separator, Macomb Brooder Termi ? Cwh, or tee y<mr banker, No property to be removed until fettled for. ., AjMoiMfm ih, -.
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