The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 5, 1946 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 5, 1946
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PAGE EIGHT, .ALdOtfA BURT VET TAKEN TO HOSPITAL WITH MALARIA ATTACK Btirt: Roland K. Chafee was taken sick with malaria Thursday and is confined to his bed. Ho has had one or two previous attacks ,',ince returning to the United States from the Pacific. Mrs. L. E. Riebhoff and Mrs. John Scott entertained a group at a Stanley tea at the Riebhoff home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Edmund Larson had a similar tea Wednesday afternoon. Benefit Basketball There will be a basket ball game here Saturday evening, February 9.- between Ihe Burl lown learn and Corwith. There will also be a high school game. The game will be a benefit for the March of Dimes drive. U and I Circle The U and I Circle will meet Tuesday afternoon, February 12, with Mrs. L. R. Daniels. Roll call is to be answered by a quotation from Washington or Lincoln. Mrs. W. R. Chafee will have a paper. Birthday Circle Met The Birthday Circle met Thursday with Mrs. Tressic Ringsdorf. Her daughter, Mrs. G. E. Brace, Lu Verne, was a guest, also Mrs. F. A. Ringsdorf and Mrs. Leo Immcrfall. Buy Burl Home The Rolanil Lovrcnzs have bought the house in which they have been living. It belonged to Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Clapsacldle. Arrives By Plane Mrs. Max Smith, Eldora, came Thursday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Ollom. She came as far as Algona by plane. On Trip lo Texas Laurence Chipman and Max Schradcr left Thursday for Texas, where Laurence will visit his brothers, Russell and Richard, nt Lut'kin. and Max will visit his sister at El Paco. The Fortnightly club met Friday afternoon with Mrs. Will' Carman. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Engstrom, Wesley, were supper guests last Tuesday at the R. F. Hawcott home. Mrs. Fred Habager was at West Bend last week helping care for an aunt. Vfrfhon Wallace, Mason City, came Wednesday for a visit &t the home of his sister Mrs. G. P. Hawcott. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Engstrom, Wesley, were supper guests last Tuesday at the W. B. Shipler. home near Ledyard. The Sewing Circle met Friday I afternoon with Mrs. C. B. Chipman. Mrs. W. H. Vogel's birthday was celebrated. The Mariners' club met at the Presbyterian church Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Ortman were hosts. The Friendly Birthday club met Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Lyclia Koestler to help her celebrate her birthday. Wilbur Bullock returned to Mt. Ayr Thursday, after spending three weeks herb at the home of his brother Glee. He assisted in getting the cafe ready for reopening. Mr. ad Mrs. Will Ringsdorf, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ringsdorf, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf were dinner guests last Tuesday at the W. B. Shipler home near Ledyard. Mrs. Robert Hamilton and little son were brought from the Kossuth hospital Tuesday and are at the home of Mrs. Hamiltons parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Coffin, for a few days. Mrs. W. W. Bpettchcr spent from Wednesday till Saturday at the Ivan Long home near Algona, helping care for her father, J. N. .Holding, who has been very sick for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Elvidge and Mr. and Mrs. Merwyn Bahling went to Waterloo Friday, where the men have purchased a Recreation Parlor for children. The families will move there as soon as living quarters can be found. Mrs. Tony "ace, nee Mary Jean McDonald, was honor guest at a post-nuptial shower at the Marvin Hotel last Tuesday evening. Ariel Cherland played several xylophone numbers and Mrs. Ray K. Hill gave two readings. About 50 guests were present. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. McMullen took Mr. McMullen's mother, Mrs. Gertrude McMullen, who had spent a couple of months here, to Cherokee Wednesday, where she will stay with hoi daughter Mrs. E. O. Bicrbaum for awhile. The McMullcns returned Thursday. Sexton Lad 111 Sexton: Lille Gary Anglo is the latest victim of scarlet fever and the family is under quarantine. The little fellow was ciuilc sick for a while but is some better now. LONE ROCK P.T.A. ENJOYS MAGICIAN Lone Hock: The P. T. A. meeting was held at the school gym Monday night, Jan. 28, Ernest Jensen conducted the business meeting in the absence of the nrosident, Mrs. Alf Jorgensen. The group greatly enjoyed the magic tricks performed by Mr. Lcnsch of Algona. The next meeting will be Feb. 25, the faculty to have charge of the program. Mrs. Tigges Hostess The Idle Hour club met on Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Fred Tigges, Mrs. James Coady assisting hostess. Cards of thanks were read from former members, the boys in service, and Ed Hoppe, all remembered by the club at Christmas time. The afternoon was spent socially, Mrs. Harry Hobson and Mrs. Odey Cherland had charge of the entertainment. Prizes were won by Mrs. Dave Weber, Mrs. Ralph Thompson, Mrs. Walter Thompson and Mrs. Mclvin Faber. The next meeting will be Feb. 28, at the home of Mrs. M. 0. Richards, Mrs. Frank Merron assisting. Shower at Burl Mrs. Odcy Cherland and Ariel Cherland attended a miscellaneous shower Tuesday evening for Mrs. Tony Pace, the former Mary Jean McDonald, at the Marvin Hotel at Burt. Rochester Operation Joan Zweifel, who has been critically ill in the Fort Dodge Lutheran hospital, was taken to Rochester Sunday and underwent an operation during th» night Sunday. Relatives here rs- ceived encouraging reports on Thursday as to her condition. Girl at O'Donnels Mr. and Mrs. Bernard O'Donnell arc the parents of an S'/i-lb. girl born Monday. This gives the O'Donclls a family of three girls. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Knudsen of Burt spent Thursday evening at the I. W. Nelson home. The W. L. Beckmans of Cylinder socnt Ihc day Tuesday al Ihc Vuveren Hammerslrom home. The Henry Kuccks spent Thursday evening at the Arthur Clausscn home at Swcn City. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Weber and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ringsdorf of Burl spenl last, weekend in Dos Moines. Gary, little son of Mr. and Mrs. Alf Schultz, underwent a tonsillcctomy at the Kossuth hos- pital Tuesday. Mrs. it. A, Holmgren.attended a Staley party at the home iOf Mrs. Lloyd Sehenck at Burt Mohday afternoon. The Ladies' Aid society , will meet Thursday afternoon, F^b. 7 at the home of Mrs. Al Jorgeti- sen. A covered dish lunch is, to be served. >- • : Mrs. Alf Jorgensen spent from Saturday to Wednesday this week visiting at the home of her parents, the W. H. Altweggs at Austin, Minn. Mr. and Mrs.'Robert Hansen of Washington, D. C., and Mr. and Mrs. ohn Alitz of Mason Ctty spent the day Tuesday at the Don Houck home. The Rural Sewing club met at the home of Mrs. Milford Mitchell Wednesday afternoon. The next meeting will bd February 27 at Mrs. Carl Ewoldt's. Luverne Schroeder is spending from Wednesday to Sunday at the paternal Henry Schroeder's. He is a student at Mornings'ide, and has a few days vacation between terms. Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Marlow spent Tuesday visiting at the home of Mrs. Marlows sister Mrs. Faber Dugan at Humboldt. While there they went to Fort Dodge and returned in the evening. Miss Jane Sanftner of East St. Paul spent last weekend visiting at Walter Thompsons. Sunday dinner guests besides Miss Sanft- ner were Miss June Rath and Mrs. Lillie Thompson and Nqva. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hutchinson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Meyer and. the Frank Meyers spent Sunday afteronon at the A. J. Meyer home, the occasion being the birthday of Fred Meyer. ~ Mr." and Mrs. Walter Thompson look their son Warren, a navy Seebee, to Wold Chamberline Field at Minneapolis Monday. Tuesday Warren was sent to Great Lakes, where he will receive his discharge from service. . Mrs. Richard Long and son John of Bancroft were supper guests Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Long's daughter, Mrs. Ralph Thompson. They soent the afternoon visiting Ed Hoppe. Mrs. M, O. Richards received word recently that her brother- in-law, Ray Webb of Tilonk'n, has been taken to ths hospilal at Iowa Citv, suffering from stomach ulcers. Mrs. Webb is the for- uier Letha Biisborough, who here with her parents at one time. No newspaper cares as much about Kcssu'.h courtly as do your Algona papers, whose 27 corres,- pondents bring you ALL county news, semi-weekly. Subscritfo now! llavina 1 derided to quit farming we will hold a cumplck- closing out .sale lit Hie fiirin iocvitcil '2 miles v,es1 nnil 14 south of Hurt, or 1}4 miles-smith, 'A inile< east, 14 south of I'Oiio Hock, on I SALT: STAKTS AT i:> >oo>' >VAGO.\ ON uHOUNDS Brown Mare IL» years old, weight l">jO 35 : Head of Cattle :. 35 Ki!?lit cows; !) }earlini,'s; M steers; 1 lielfer; X summer calres; 1 joiiujr Hereford hull; M fall and winter calves, these are all good whiteface. Farm Machinery, Etc. JHc-Di'erlnj,' »'-.'{() tractor; Mc-Ducrlng 14-ft. disc; 10-ft. disc; 10-ft. Kover .syrlng tooth harrow; 30- I't. flexible harrow; '.'-bottom Itt-ln. Case plow; 15-ft. Western land roller; Me-I)eeri)ig 10-Xt. iiowor hinder; John Deere No. !)«!) corn planter, like new; Lets 10-in. hurt 1 feed grinder; single-row cultivator; Mc-Deering cream separator with electric motor; Victor eudgate seeder. Mc-Deering manure spreader; oil burning lank heater; griudstone; i wagons with triple boxes; roller bearing wagon with rack; bob sled; top buggy: single harness; set driving harness; several sets work harness; a number of collars; oil and gas barrels; 900-lb. platform scales; 2 liog houses, 7x11; 2 hog houses, 7x7; 3 feed bunks; 10-ft. dump raku; }£-in, 20 ft. log chain. HOUSKHOLD HOODS—Metal bed, complete; utilitj cabinet; small chost drawers; Mohuir living room suite; worsted Wilton rug, »x!2; wicker rocker; SanJco kitchen range with water jacket, 2 HUOODL'H HOLHUS 8x12, 1 UHOODER HOUSE, SxJG; SPEED JACK. 75 JUJ^ES OF STRAW. 25 TONS 01' S1LAUE, SOiME HAY IN BARN, 2 HROODER HOUSES, 8x10; 1 BROODER HOU TERJ1S—Cash, or see jour banker. No properly to be removed until settled for.. John and Geo. Bahling FLA1U k STKWAUT, Auctioneers JJUKT SAVJNUS BANK, Clerk ^M^&Mj^ gj mrMiiif^w^ A»M VKT6ftYM« The St. Joe basketball : team defeated St. Matthews of Clare, 51 to 14 last Tuesday night at St. Joe to bring St. Joe's victory to ten against two defeats. Ralph Kohlhaas dropped eight "field goals for 16 points for St. Joe, while Strait led the losers with if our points. . Pat McOulre led the junior high team with eleven points to defeat Clare 31-8. St. Joe (51) FG FT PF Illg - 1 01 Kohlhaas, Ralph ... B O 3 Gales, R —... 4 00 Kohlhaas, Richard . 3 0 0 Bormann, R. - ; . 0 04 McGuire — 3 0.0 Reding, D. ......... 3 0 0 Bormann, M. .. 1 0 -0 Bormann, M. T 20 <0 Allmah, E 0 1 0 25' "T 10 Clare (14) FG FT PF Passoe 100 Strait 2 0 1 Yetmar ._ 2 , 0 1 Donahoe 001 Colman ____ 0 0.1 o ; : S 0 1 0 6 T^TKI SilViri &letftet atrived last FrU day, Jah; 28, diichtfged from the army. He Was Inducted Ffcb, 19, 1045,.'-at Port Shelllni, 'He received his training at (3am|i Rob- iftSon, Ark,, aM for a time wad statibned at washirigtoh, :D, C. Kitsch'silver W«ddlntf Relatives have received,iriVlta- tlons for a silver*\veddlng anniversary celebration al the home of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kirsch Sunday livening, Feb. 10. r Harold Thtil came home Monday from the Fort Dodge Mercy hospital, where he had undergone an operation. It pays to read tM Want Ads. ;ywtAtipi^:^y!L-l ; ..'•.'.':« SeSttbn: Mf) fittd Mr*, "<$.&$ Wise, of- Masoft' &tJfr fi«d -the lattef's methfer^Mfs^'firUsid '$6* Vary ef; ^cfcfcvirell: were ; frictay nlothisr Mrs. .Safah Wl^e jn'fl; Mis slstef r MfS. ;Dmsid Noble. '.. REPAIR WORK :'. i - Sec •.' -••• v . BUD ROBINSON lili ^outh /erowie St. ?:Phone 928-J d bed ttt Jilihlt Shil with stoiftftfeh«a% which #6r*8 When she u? 'An a «<H SVS*TONB and aow say gas Is gone. Atottiath W$ fine, vbowetf aws fauato »»&-m can go 'tovbed and sleep fl6Uhd$, :SYS-TONE contains 13< Herbs,- they eleaflso bowels, gas front stomach, act, on sl flvef and kidneys. Miserable pfo pie soon feel different all eve So : don't go on suffering '., Get SYS-TONE. LUsfay & Qlossl Store. '" r; A private sewage svstcni fur Your Farm Think ivhal this inciins! Tht •omrort of s modern home brough! -.0 every member of the tnmily tlealiV) "and hnppines* xv'Hv thr almost in sanitation now is poj- iible through the <nsH\ll[tti<>n i»! uir, DIAMOND BRAND SEPTIC TANK. And the cost is so snvil!. Easy to install, too. Any F«rn) Horn* M«y No* H > v • B*tb and Inx I 'jil ltft*< /UU1 nutu* th« (*mi outnfnrl, tk* i*rc« <UiM «n F. S. Norton & Son . SURGE K E R S Due to shortages in 1946; it looks lijk^ we will be^nablc td deliver you a Surge Milker unless we have^your order ahead of the time you expect delivery. We are writing-orders as far ahead as for summer and fall delivery novf f><> if you are needing a Surge Milker soon SEE US NOW. SURG€ SERVICE Also, if you are now a Surge user and need any repair parts or service Work, you are no farther from us than yoU are from your ' ' telephone. Call Or Write Us. ent Co. urf PHONE 64 ^v^-»- SWEA CITY, IOWA 1 )^^':^^»i^rr^/V^'*»«^^»W|^«^»«^*v^«^ K ^3-^A.-*r^«^»^rM^lr~««^^^ As J inn moving: to town, I will hold a closing out .sale al (lie f»mii loaded \Y% inllcs soiitli of A •. • ' k '< '''• fat ion at m;st edge of IJurt on • I SALIi STAiri'S AT 1 O'CLOCK SMAHI' LlXOJl WAGON OX UKOUSDS 35 Head of Livestock 5 Head of Horses 10 Head of Cattle Two good ShorUiorn cows; \ lielfor; » gooU Shurlhorn steers; 2 sumiiitsr calves; 1 -good Hereford bull, 2 yours old; J good Shorthorn Nprhiglng heifer. , ^ J . 20 Spotted Poland China Sows f.';;. 20 • • ; . • • .••-•. '• . •..••,- .•: .'•'•'••' .i) 1 ' '•:• . • .. !•: .'.; ' To-farrow April ls| Farm Mqchinery f Oije-row cultivator) 2«rov>' Johu Doore horse ciiitlvatori 5«ftt JftcCjorinick^^ nwwen tftin-ft, dump H-ft Mct'oriniek hluderj Now Weji 3»ro>v corn picker, No. 2> a«»ltt^jmrfalile elevator wUh >va(jon hoij powerj'wood wheel wagon with MQ^| John IJeore stuel wugon wMli triple hPXt , • ' r r Xew Idea manure spreadert ! J(I«90 JlcsCormJck'TpiecrlnK tractor) S'hottoju ^'l»Jii, tra«?t^ JjjQWJ J DeLttvul creaui separator; John J)eere sulky plowi huj rack. KKH SJMEJtTONl! BAIUO BATTtSJtV 8W v?,!: STACK Of SUDAN JI4-V : • '.i- ". :. - '.'•-"••''.' " : • " . • •. *''•'.'•'-. ';'' ^'^$0|tt?.,< • May he other articles hy day ojf s»i« v;v: r '?- Cash, or see yowr Ijawker. *$* & i'MJO,

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