The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 22, 1946 · Page 10
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f f I * ,'rif >'|f. - f3H fttsS? •\ ;/><>#': '•/'' •l*»fe"*-8»'.^»'"^lBfca«i«M.-T J ^fflfinni : : tflWrar 3 «--"'' *?.: Couple^ W«i) LOUS CRIEK, I5p N Lotts Creek: Funeral service's werfe helH here Tuesday,, Jaft: li, at the LtUherlitt.. blitirM at § 6'ci<kk for A. A. kkdl\t| bf 'At- gona with Pastor Loesch of ;Algona in charge. Mr. Kadtiik passed awriy at His hdriVe Jan. 1 si following a couple of years, oft illness. Mr. Kading has lived ih this cohimimity all but a few years of his life. Two years Jig! he moved to Algona. He leaVe: his widow nhrt three daughter' and three sons. , . . Pall-bearers were Otto Wlibh.- tendahl, Hv'go Faulstick, Herman Hintz, Alek ftadlgi Sill Boetlbh.- er and Fred Boettcher. Ifttermfent was rtlti'de Here in the " "' ' MAHRIED 58 YEARS— Mr. and Mb; John Henry of above, observed their 58th wedding anniversary with a family dinner. The family includes Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shepherd and son, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Henry and family; Mr, and Mrs. Joe Henry and daughter, Mr. and Mrs, Bob Loss nnd family, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Kollasch, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Henry and family, Miss Jean Henry,, Mr. and Mrs. Henry have beeh famers in this section for 45 years. Both are still very active. Mrs. Henry is 76 and her husbahcl 87. Cards were playe'd after dinner on their anniversary. . .... ., Portland Club Has Spelling Bee Party Portland: The Portland Progress club met January 7 with. Mrs. Tony Jandl. Assisting were Mesdames M. Trunkhill and George Larscn. About 20 women attended and Mrs. Clifford Young gave a report on the December Christmas party. Mrs. McWhorter conducted ,a iz:, taken from the Reader's Digest. A spelling contest was held with Mrs. Fern Drone prortoun- cer, using Eaton's blue book. She started with the fourth grade and finished in the contest list. Mrs. Earl Shipler and Lavorine Shipler were captains and Mrs. Howard Sparks wort over all, and spelled qharivari to close the 'deal. Lurtch was served. FARMS FOR SALE 200 acres improved, well .located. 40 acres improved, well located. ALGONA PROPERTY House, modern, $4200, 2 lois, walk, sewer and waler rights, $850.00. 1 4x4 lot on paved street. $750.00. P. J. KOHLHAAS PHONE 22 Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Meineafid Janice visited'at the.ftev. A. Oltb- home Thursday evening.., Mr..mid Mrs. Wiltiarti Zimtfer- rtiart wefb Tuesday everting, jfltj. 15, visitors at the Laurence Kirsch home. , •* > Miss Elrtpra Pbmpe retuAed' to Waterloo Monday, Jan. l4;,,a£-' ter a brief visit since before Christmas at the parental Al'Beft Kressirt home. -; ,., Mr. and Mrs. Art Richter df Pine City, Minh... dHd •Rdtjert' Richter of California 1 , are visiting! at the Mr. and Mrs. Albert McW-; ger home. They. are cousins ofi Mrs. Metzger. . s Mr. and Mrs. Herittah' Mitt'agj . . Utter. 6tMt«ft;*affie tb see . m ititi4 taime: ttt cafe for ' -. .-,;• •, ;' >•, , ,' , e.VfeHiy?.dln- 5 Atftteittirtfeei 1$afc.K- tl dM fee flHH tbte.^li .We Was spefit Jit . and. .,K| : r%. • H ^ Jan; 15th Lit club schdtfl 1 Mbus'4' ft JtfotheVs ih the tHelr regular Tl^ fdr the eveiilriKx M*&\$WB. Ed DeHri- f t,, MrsV;-..Marlg;,^ht -^nd. Mrs. irl; <3qetScM« t $1jie bu'siti'ess hteet- g'..\v,as ; ift^cha'ffe^f vMKn WiU •MMXwtoMjSig'; Ui . 'ye ra^sfettte 6f tjie president arid Vic .Miss 1 S.t^hftni«.ip.6,^llnx; ah'd. CALF Mod ia ittbfes Operating Under New Management 301 Central Ave. fc Mge, Iowa Do Not Coiifuse Us ^ith Any Firm of Similar Nslmc -. • .- • • • ; - . As I have sold my farm and am moving to town, I will sell the following described property at the farm located Va mile south and Vz west of Whittemore; or 7 mile north and Ys mile east of West Eterid on Highway 44 on Sale to begin at one o'clock Head of Horses One team of horses: a gelding 13 years old, wt. 1300 Ibs. and a mare 12 years old, wtt 1400; 17 Head of Cattle 17 4 Guernsey milk cows, 3 milking now and one to freshen about March 1. 2 two-year-old heifers,. 3 heifer calves. 1 registered cow, and balance purebreds. 1 registered Guernsey btilt^'fF years old, gentle, good records. All T. B. and Bangs tested. ; ' 1 grade Gurnsey, 5 years old, fresh in 60 days. 2 Guernsey springing. 1 two-year-old 'heifeir. , 2 yearling Guernsey heifers. 1 purebred Gurnesey bull calf. ,-.'. . ' .' :v 225—AUSTRA-WHITE LAYING HENS-225 V ' Farm Machinery I i l 10 ft. tractor disc; 9 ft. disc with horse hitch; S ft. Kovar spring tooth harrow; 4 soeiibn row; 2 section harrow; Bailer two-row corn plow; 3- horse hitch; Emersoii single row Ww pow;. sulky plow; Deering 8 ft. grain binder; Deering corn binder; John Dipere endgate ^ seeaerj ^ mower, 5 ft. cut; McCormick dump rake, 10 ft.; Minnesota side delivery rake; John and vator ^ gine; Waterloo Boy iVa H, p. air cooled gas engine; pump i jack; Letz 8 in. fiiifr feed ning mill and grain cleaner; DeLaval cream separator, No. 16; Cyclone hand seeder; tan slings and trip and rope; ?d gall steel hog waterer; feeder; hog troiigHs; cHickeft fee^ii^ ^iiililWalei foun* tains; 2 sets of harness; h^orse collars; forks; shovels find tobls; wovtert wire fence stretcherj 10kl2 tfrtfttd- er house; Janlesway tiil burning brooder stove, 500 chick size. Some mixed timothy and clover liay in barn. Some good oat straw in stack. , Some household gobSy. Articles too nUriierdiis id mention. TERMS: Six months time <W approved notes. No property t(* Be rembved' uhtti- ^Jp^ ^|p^ Jim mm mm IB* <M| W 9mm m m^WJ ^ip^Pl mm^Rk i. ' i r Bros., Auctioueers Farmers State Bank, Whittemore, tlfe J. J, club frtet iefrnden at tHe h»wi« 6! Mr-s, Ha"r> ry Lichty with a good atfettd* ance. M,fs. GHarleS Wolf of.Fbrlt and MrSi^Hareld. Lichty ., , Gb0tsch presided" at, th4 .bus-, iness meeting. The,,,.afterno'6ft w.as spent socially, Mrs. -Lewis Wnaih dHd. Mrs. Paul. pHillipIs Kid, chariis of the ientertain'Hi^ht. L.Uti'ch ^as ; se'rv'ed py the Hostess at iHe cl6se 'fit the tirterhbbn. the next meeting will he Pfltifiy af- te'friooti, Feb.,1, rit the hoHiR of MFs. J'rtHH Rrimlis. lazaar Jtislis ,. The . general meeting of the Methodist W. S. C. S. was held Wednesday afternoon in the church parlors fbr the first time of the. new year. There was a Very go'od attend&hce bt itip. meeting. Reports we're given' by feif 6m the ibaaaflft., tdialj&d $481. Followint tH&WteMleeUrtf tm ladies |bliM;Wl v iftM6iati6fl,'fh|^ ^erl Mrs. AlVln Weber. Mrs. Howard :9JM1%-M»,- "Gfo'ver Rfeht^j Mrs. 0$A 'KfW$ ,artd MfSi daM Swan* sMi MheH wae sM'Ved at the elftse '6f' tHe l^feetihif. v > % aWd^rsv Ml Jii'cfe^ werfe iMasJin City 1 Visitors FJfidSy. THby ivIMted thell- . datigKteie Phyllis, wh« ft' ettiBW^'d tte ' .3m& TfitfMirrlv^d h'ghib f ri- My '&M'h%.m& received, his lion- Wtible 'discljftrige fVohi tile 'He' i.V m-arrled' aH'd Hhs ' ' . . Mr. and' Mrs. and family 61 BUdger spent a fe\v days visiting at th6 hbHie of His parents Mr.. and Mrs. Frank Sari- ;fOtdj,.. , ...,..., ...:'., ... v Atrs>. IrVih McGowen "and sbH Stanley , of .Ellsworth arrived Thursday, .to .visit at the home of her parents Mr,, and Mrs. Frame tlvls in f isli Sie, , will also visit relatives :.m load. .insured . atgftlHst,; lb&., 6t damage. , Equipped, to; do.--a'}! kinds 6f; drayi.ni' aM;. haulihg. .... .—,--J5n> Rui^iUj3 receiVef.RlS ffbitt .tHStlL. here>MOT.esap edltrtlHfijLt g | ,.,. f .. •',:•: 'w*'5S ; ,B§SI ; Siill'^iKsJVv^ «i^; •: 1^11 Algona Co-Operative Creamery ' '•• ' '• "'' ' '•'•'• '''"'"• ' ''' ' A N N u A L it:004:00—DiiineiUeiryeaiin thfe Higr^ S^& Giitholib Giiild; Two(^i each Producer and Holder of Capital Stock for the ' ^ealrl945. .. ;'." ••; r ^^^ 1 >^^.V i -" ; :.'•;•.•;. 1:00 o'clock—Business Meeting. Called to; order:,Bjr Ptcsidentj Sim Leigh, in the High- School Auditorium; Reading of Mihutes by Secretary. ; , Report of Past Year's Business by Secretary. . Election of Directors. , ; Transaction of such .jFurtlier or other business that may properly come before this meeting. Address—Mr. O. M. Richards, Manftger. American Dairy Associatidn, fehicaf o> iilibbis. Address—Mr. Frank Barker., Secretary, Iowa Dairy Industry Commission, Des Moines, Iowa. Addreas—Prof. A. W. Rudnick, Eictension Dkiry- man, Iowa State College, Ames, Iowa. Distribution of 7% Rebate Ghfecfol.,.,.. '„.,. Products purchased during the yetfr 1-945. WHOLEMILK PRIC^ January l-15j Wholemilki3i% Biitterfat at 57c. 90 Ibs. Skim milk at 70c per cwt. r Total PHcfe for 100 Ibs. wholemiUc. Wholemilk 3;5% Butterfat: at 57c . 90 Ibr. Skiiii milk at 70fc per cwt..... $2.34 . ^ 90 Ibl; Sfeimmilk at 70c per e^t,: . ... ^ .-^ • ' ' ' Total ?m*m too mi; -... , SWilST CREAM FIRST GRADE ;.:^^ •$:&m , • • '-,• • -..'".'•''. ' f , ' .-(•• ...-,- ' --. • • ':•': - • " Algona'Co-Operotive Creamery Cdmpany M, P, Chmtiajuen ' : s». '"' J ~"""~ A wmiim

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