The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 22, 1946 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 22, 1946
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NEIGHBORS METAf HOME Lakota Farmer Has Close Call In Elevator Mishap The Prairie Nelglv Project group held att teefihg at the Charles |Hbnie Tuesday, The H. the lesson &hd defti- on making over old A pot luck lunch was noon, . /foia-Studer went to Es- Friday to spend the ... at • the home of . her |r and family, the Julius . and to make the ac- ce of her new grander Mary Ellen Kelch, 'born Activities -: atholic Missionary soci- K" Wednesday afternoon. ;pny,, .Hildman and Mrs. lildrrian 'were hostesses. Bauer, treasurer, re- Jhat $253 had 'been real- 6m the party Sunday • D. of A. held its. regu- Jting Wednesday evening. c card party for Sunday Jan. 27, was planned. p Meetings San Studer, Will Frimml, z -and • Ol'af Funneniark ' Several soil conserva- leetings at ..Algona and it last week. F >!•; J _ IcMahon Hostess. li'om McMahon e'ntertain- [ bridge club .Thursday af- Mrs. Arlo Dawson Won ire prize, Mrs. Alfred Erd- ,nd Mrs. H. H. Raney . Mrs. L. L. Rfeffer Stertain . the ladies next. '"' '' 1 k. Y. N. Circle of the list church met Thursday phome of Mrs. -Fred Secfelt. filling Workers Circle mc-t 'Irs. Oliver 'Young Wednes- Sternoon. -The Stitch and tlirtle served' the Lions club at the parsonage that af- Bh and were then guests of iliiMg Workers. ' ay Observances e'rett Acicersori observed his birthday Friday, Jan. 10. fie Loebig y/ill.haye a birth- Sunday, Jan. 27. Lawrence Yourigwirth ob- her birthday -Wednesday and entertained a group of relatives and friends at her parental Tom Fofburger home that evening* Mr. nhd Mrs. Will Hauptly visited relatives near Hampton Friday. Mr.'and Mrs. Tom McMahon went to Des Moines on business Friday. The Dorcas Circle met with Mrs. Charles Kraus Wednesday afternoon, The Stitch and Chat Circle will meet with Mrs. Curtis Benskin next Wednesday evening. Mrs. Mike Flom spent last week at Canistota, S. D., where she received medical treatment. Mr./and Mrs. Jack Kinniard returned to their home at Marsh-, alltown following a visit at the Don Kinniard home. Mrs. Ihno Gerdes spent the weekend at Minneapolis visiting her aunt Mrs. Jess Sprout, who lately suffered a stroke. Dr. Burgess, district superintendent of the Methodist church will toe guest speaker at the local church Sunday evening, January 27. < The Sylvan Hanna family of Woden have moved to Mrs. Bertha Hauptley's farm vacated by Elmer Hauptly. The Hauptlys moved near Garner. Zeno Neuroth went to the Veterans hospital in Des Moirtes Monday of last week .for a medical checkup for a back injury sustained while in the Pacific war zone. Servers at the next meeting of the United Service Women Thursday night, Feb. 14, will be Mrs. Oliver Young, Mrs. Alf Studer, Mrs. George Hanig, and Mrs. R. C. Bauer. Warning' WATCH OUT FOR SNIFFIY ** Mead Colds Head colds can cause much suffering. Don't suffer needlessly. Just put a little Vtt-trornol up each nostril. Believes sneesy, stuffy distress. Also helps prevent many colds from developing If used in time! Try It. Follow directions in folder. Works fine 1 VICK3VATRONOI. Lakota» Donald Greenfield, west of town farmer, was injured Monday afternoon While unloading corn at the Schissel elevator. He was adjusting the pin con* necting the truck and trailer, using the hammer, when the lift came down, striking him, and in the mixup one hip was seriously bruised, but luckily no bones were broken and He is recovering. The Greenfields are moving to a farm near Keister, Minn., March 1, and the injury is a real handicap at this time. • Get* Broken Rib Harry Mussman, who drives one of the school busts, had a rib broken last week while changing a tire on the bus and the jack slipped, throwing him against the wheel. The injury, although not serious, is painful but he is recovering. 4-H Club Meets The Lakota 4-H club met at the Richard Price home north of town last week Monday evening. Following the business meeting John Govern gave a very interesting report of the recent 4-H short course at Ames. John was delegate from the Lakota club. The Art Andersons of Swea City were last week Sunday visitors at the Jerry Heetlands, Mrs. F. F. Damauer entertained the Lutheran Missionary society at the parsonage last week Wednesday afternoon. Jerry Ukena and Vincent Ellman attended a meeting of the ..ALGONA Zenith Radio combahy at 0es Moines last week Tiiesday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wittles spent a few days last week at the' home of their daughter and "rand* ily, the Walter Pflftgstttts, SiljJ- ley. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jajef of Mason C*ity spent Thursday hpffe visiting Mr. Jflger, his father and sister, and husband,' Mr. and Mis. ALGONA IOWA. C. C. Gerzpma Francis Adams. Mr. and Mrs. took their son Larry to Dodge last week Tuesday to cbh- sult a foot specialist in regafd to an injured foot, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Adams drove to Mas&n City last week Sunday afternoon for a visit with Mrs. Adams' brother and family, the Charles Jagers, David Pink, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Pink, Lincoln towri* ship, came home last week frorii the Pacific, after receiving ' his discharge from the army. " ! Mrs. G. O. Johnson is suffering with infection in a finger, ' the outcome of too much tUrkey picking, at' Swea City, where she has picked turkeys all season. Mr. and Mrs. Jack 'Patten of Brooklyn, la., Visited Mrs. 'Patten's parents, the A; K. Johnsons. a few days last week and left for their home Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Patten's ' sister Irene Johnson accompanied them to visit for a week at their home. Mr. and Mrs. H. W.., (Buddy) Zimmerman arrived here last week Wednesday from Iowa City for a visit with 'Mrs. .Zimmerman's parents, Mr. 'and 'Mrs. A; T. Buckels. "Buddy" was in ser-; vice in the air corps .for four years, three of; which were spent in and near New Guinea. Mrs. Harry Mussman and her mother, Mrs. F. C. Keister, ' went to Elmore last weeki Tuesday to NEW MACHINERY 2-row John Deere drill planting attachment for John Deere cultivator. 6 in. John Deere hammer mill. John Deere fertilizer attachment for 2-bottom plow. . ! \. Hydraulic manure loaders. • • - ••••-••• Hydraulic wagon hoist. Steel flare wagon box. Hog feeders. • Kossuth County Impl. Stare John Deere Phone 850 General Electric Algona •*r~~fr ^ww^uw^v SiM-OTT SALE 6arc for the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Keister Wfiilc they dfove to northern Minnesota to visit Mrs. Kelster's parents Mr. and Mrs. Larson. Mr. Larson recently suffered a severe heart attack. 00 Attend Shower For Bride At Burt • Portland: Many from here assisted at the shower for Mrs. Herbert Leek at the Burt Lutheran church, Friday afternoon, and about 90 attended. A long table was filled with gifts. A short program of singing was given by Helen Rahaut, Burt, and Evelyn Becker. The latter also gave a reading. Lunch was served after the gifts were admired by the group. Order Your 1946 BABY CHICKS NOW 17. 8. Approved V. S. Pollorum Tested Also TURKEY POTTLTS and DUCKLINGS. Early, chicks make good money. You can't go wrong: on BWEA CITY HATCHERY CHICKB. First hatch February 16th. SWEA CITY HATCHERY SWEA CITY, IOWA Phone 35 tf Portland Charivari Portland: A large crowd of neighbors went to the Albert Baas home -Wednesday evening and charivafied the newly-weds, Herbert Leek and wife. Herb and Marjortc treated the makers to ice cream and ft Cayd party finished the evening* " Notice of the Annual Meeting of the Stockholders and Patrons of the Algona Cooperative Creamery Company ALGONA, IOWA NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, according to the Articles of Incorporation, that the regular annual meeting of the above named corporation^!! be held in the Algona High School Auditorium on Saturday, January 26, 1946. The meeting will be called to order by the Chairman at 1:00 o'clock P. M. for the purpose of election of directors for the coming year and for receiving and, if approved, ratifying and confirming all the acts and proceedings of the Board of Directors of the Corporation done and taken during the preceding year and for the transaction of such further and other business as may properly come before the meeting. Algona Co-Operative Creamery Company M. P. CHRISTIANSEN, Sec'y and Treas. •: < i As I have rented my farm, I will hold complete closing out sale at my farm 2% miles cast of Whittc- more, or 7'/i-miles west of Algona, on old 18 •: r i Sale Starts at 12:30 21 Head of Livestock .-•-••• Head p£ Horses Black marc, smooth mouth, wt. 1606; gelding, 8 years old, wt. 1500. • ' .. . . - •* f \ / - _ ' • ' j "- __.__ _ Catde and SHeep 1 Holstein cow, fresh in March. 18 ewes, lamb in April. ^400 LEGHORN PULLETS 400 Farm Machiney, €tc. m? I tractor on steel with «ultiyatpr; McCormick planter with 160 rods of wire; McCormick binder, 8-ft,; j?«ft, Case mower; 4-sec. flexible drag; 10-ft. McCormick disc; 9-f t. John Peerc disc; lO.ft, spader; John Deere spreader; dwoip rake; ivagpn with triple bo*} steel wheel wagon; wagon with rack; wide tiro wagon; 4<wheel trailer with box; JVJcCormick Peering cream separator, with motor; small separator; Sandwich elevator; lO.jn, burr grinder with 6-in, rubber belt, 85 ft,; 45,bu, hog feeder; 55 rqtwy hoffeitj. erg; hog oiler; eowjtoy twA hpter; 8 barrels with hog waterers; hog troughs; Macomb brooder stove; chicken feeders; waterer^; 2 eleptric heaters; set hfcpching harnepsj s^t pf backpad harness and collars; tools ^and other a^t^les t*p nupero^ tp ' ' ' ' HOUSEHOLD | »^ tallies; sewing ; *wke&3 straight chuirs- kitchen cabi- CLOSING-OUT As we have rented our farm we will sell the following described-property at the farm located 2 miles cast of Whittcmorc, or 8 miles west of Algona. 1 mile south of pavement on old Highway 18, on gravel road, on Tuesday, Sale To Start At 12 O'clock Noon Lunch Wagon on Grounds 55 Head of :'« f 1 '; • :'• « ! 20 Head of Cattle 20 2 Shorthorn cows, can be milked, will be fresh in spring. 8 Herefords cows will be fresh in spring. These cows are young and well bred Herefords. 9 Hereford calves, wt. 500 Ibs. 1 purebred Hereford bull, 'named Intense J. Domino 38th, calved April 26, 1940, breeder E. O. Johnson, Milford, Iowa. 33 33 ^•.•-« 22 Poland China sows, wt. 300 Ibs., bred Dec. 1, 1945; 1 Poland China boar; 10 fall pigs, wt. 80 Ibs. All vaccinated. i f 2 : Head of Horses 1 bay gelding, age 9, wt. 1500 Ibs.; 1 black mare, age 9, wt. 1500 Ibs. 2 200 White Leghorn Hens and Pullets 200 Farm Machinery, Etc* \'"^f: ":\(. Farmall F-20 tractor, rubber all around, new rubber in back; Mc-Deering power lift 2-row cultivator; Mc-Deering mounted No, 20 eorn picker, good running order; Mc-Deering 8.ft, binder, new in 1945; Mc-Deertng corn binder, like new; Case 2-16 in. plow, 2 yrs. old; Mc-Deering 6-ft. mower, new; also 5-ft. Mc-Dccring mower; Mc-Deering 10-ft. tractor spring tooth harrow; 4-section Galloway flexible lever drag; John Deere 15-ft, disc, like new; 36rft. Farmers Friend elevator with wagon hoist; 3 h. p. electric motor mounted on 2-wheel cart with speed jack; Me- Deering No. 8 corn planter; MC'Deering manure spreader; Mc-Deering single row cultivator; Massey. Harris hay loader and side delivery rake; also JO.ft. 4ump rake; low wheeled wagon with hay rack; narrow tired wagon with flared box; narrpiy wheeled wag<m with bbx;4-rpw John Deere bean or heet drill with 4-row cultivator for John Deere tractor; |Q' Iftlnternational purr grinder; 2.hole John Peere corn sheller; No, 4 cream separator; l^ hi p, li>teni»* tional engine; Hudson electric 50>chick hrooder stove; set of 13^36 chains for tractor; John Peere worm : ' '' ' ' ''' '''"' '" ' "'' '' ; :«A'i3 . - . . , ,. .-.......; . . ,. .,. / set« of breeching hpnegs an4 coUajcs; g sets of leather fly »«t« ; Wpck and tackle; 8 tank heaters; 2 'vim. cut saws; hwksawj f leetwe fence^hsy §««gf her p| chicken waterers and feeders for old a»4 yowng chickens; sfepp topis and wTewcbesj num^ tine forks; straw fork; hay knjfe; shovels; \ty hu, hssket; 85 % greate fun; also 4 small 8 Py» y PM m n; 3 |^d bunks for silage; ope hay feed bjnk, holds a load pf hay; 2 §0>h^hp| ffe^« , Rotary feeder; about SOft hales ef wU4 hay; 8QJ hatet irf ftllaJtfa; i o? si» wwtfei tiw «« '•••j^m ;!MSM •s.wagaasj .;:•"*>. k^Sfe '^fl'Si ii^^^b^^^'^^^^^' 7 - ' ;; -'''"-W^-"^- ^"^ v: --''-''> : '^ : ^ s^fe : ^^'\-'''"-' ; -' u ni : -^^ V'.. •-^^^^^y^-^:^ : :^'-^-'-^-'^tl''^\ : . 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