The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 12, 1946 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 12, 1946
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S IS. SHAW TO BE CORNER HOSTESS iFour Corners: The Four Cor- Bfs Mothers & Daughters club BH meet Fefo. 14 with Mrs. Ber* |ice Sha\# with Norma Walker Sisling hostess, Opening sofig Jll be "Lightly row." Book Re- few by Irene Bjustrom. IMrs. Irene Bjustrom entertaln- I the Good Hope W. S. C. S. hursday afternoon. Mr. find Mrs. Q. A. Bjustrom jce.ntly received word from Mrs. efmari Clau thai Mr. Dau is not well and is bedfast at this ime. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lee and chil- 'en and Harvey Broadwell were inner guests Sunday, Feb. 3, at 6 H. L. Chism home at Rolfei 'arvey is a brother of Mrs. hism. Mrs. Grace Ramus of Altoona me Up Thursday night to visit er son Leo Ramus. The Ramus' 3ok her to Algonn Friday, where he was to visit her other two 6ns, Don and Joe. She expected 3 return home Sunday. Mrs. Leo DeMuth of Milford hd son'Duane who recently re- eived his discharge, were week- hd guests of the former's sister itrs. C. N. Robinson. They came over Sunday and went back Tuesday morning on thextrain. Feb. 7 was Janice Bjustrom's, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Q. A. Bjustrom, .tenth birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sarchett, the Otto Harlan family and Arie Dittmer gathered at her home in the evening to help her celebrate. Mr, and Mrs. Pete Helmers entertained the following guests Sunday evening, Feb. 3. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Witham and children Elmer and Ellen, Mr and Mrs. John Helmers and children, Richard and Mary Jean, and Mr. and Mrs, Wallace Simpson and son John. Cards furnished entertainment, after which lunch was served. ft ftfcft Tells Titonkans of Eating Nazi Prison Sawdust Bread . TUonka: liread made o? sawdust w«« part Of a ration fflveii id Sgt. Marlyn Bonacker, former prlsoner-of-wa^ in Germany, who has beeh visiting; relatives in the Tltonka area, and related some of his experiences. * Marlyn was lit the air cores, and the bomber to which he was assigned crashed wtlh another plarte In mid-air, av*r Letpslir, Germany, on their first mission. Marlyn was the only known surviving: crew member. Three of the crew from the other bomber landed safely; all were taken prisoner. . For, nine days the men were prisoners, and then as <Jen. ration's forces nenred the city and the Germans began to evacuate It, Bmiacker and several other prisoners hid in the prison, and managed to be overlooked until Americans forces captured the city. Me said the Germans took what 'personal belongings he had, cash and his fountain pen, but he reported the loss and * the government later refunded him for the articles and money. . Marlyn has reenllstcd for another three years In the air corps. , ^ Me had been visiting at the homes of his uncles, George Bonacker and Sophus Nelson, and was going from Tltonka to Relnbeek for a visit, then to woodbum, Oregon, where Ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. Amos 'Bonacker now live. Kojssuth Girls Get Student Nur&e Caps, Two Upsuth girls, one from Algona and the other from LuVerne, received their caps an'd became .full fledged student nurses in a •ceremony at the Iowa Methodist School of Nursing, Friday, Feb. 8. , They are Doris L. Chism, 1516 LCpmmercial St., Algona, and Grace |A. Christensen of LuVerne. The capping ceremony marks the first goal in the life of a student purse and means she has success- Jlly met all the requirements of tie school. VICTOR DAI! HOST ATWHITTEMORE Whittemore: Mr. and Mrs. Victor fiau entertained a group of young people at their home on Sunday night at "500." Cards were played at five tables. Edwin Greisert and Mrs. Elmer Ost- wall, winning high, Mr. and Mrs. Meryl Wegener, low. Mrs. Edr- win Greinert won the travel prize. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Baas, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ostwald, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Gade; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Greinert, Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Wegener, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Roeber, Mr. and Mrs. August Vaudt Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Louis Greinert, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Zumach. Two Birthday Parties A number of relatives of Rosella Voigt helped her celebrate her, birthday last week Sunday evening at her parents' home. Those who were present were Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Schultz, Mrs. Ruth Schultz and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, and Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Meyer and family. A number of relatives of Mrs. George Meyer gathered at the George Meyer home Monday evening to observe her birthday. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. William Ostwald and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Greinert and daughter Verdell, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Bruhn and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Seely, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt. Lunch was served later in the evening vmd cards were played. Mrs. Elizabeth Eisele has been confined to her bed the past two weeks and under the doctor's care. Milton Espes Home Mr. and Mrs. Milton Espe arrived home from Corpus Christi, Texas, Wednesday evening via Mason City. Mr. Espe has been in the navy the past three years, being in the Southwest Pacific area and last year was transferred to Texas. Mrs. Espe, who was formerly employed at the recorder's office in Algona, joined her husband last summer. They were both doing office work while at Corpus Christi. At Hardware Convention Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Swanson are attending the hardware men's convention held at Des Moines this week, 12th to 14th. .Mrs. Charles Kollasch had the misfortune to fall on ice at her home last week Monday and break her arm. Thomas Kelly fell the same day by slipping on ice and wrenching his back. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dahlhauser received a teelgram from their son James stating that he expected to be home within ten. days as he had arrived in the States. James spent 18 months in the South Pacific. His company was the first to land in Tokyo. He spent most of his time in Luzon and Manila. 13 FARM AUCTIONS BIG MONTH SALES Twelve ifarm sales, including three new ones just listed, are scheduled for this month in thifi area. A complete listing of sale dates as tallied Saturday with this newspaper is as follows: Wednesday, Feb. 13—John and George Bahling, 2 west and '/4 south of Burt, selling 36 head of cattle, machinery, etc., at closing out sale. Ad carried last week. Flaig & Stewart, auctioneers; Burt Savings Bank, clerk. Thursday, Feb. M^Johh T. McGuire, 5 miles southeast of Alona, selling 300-acre farm, championship Angus and other cattle, full line of machinery. Ad carried last week. Lou Matern and Colwell Bros., auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, Algona, clerk. Friday, Feb. IS—Charles Patterson, postponed sale from Feb. 6, 2 north and '/4 west of Burt. Revised sale in today's paper. Selling livestock, machinery, etc. Stewart & Flaig, auctioneers; Burt Savings Bank, clerk. Monday, Feb. 18—Julius Hanson, 3 north and 1 'A west of Corwith, or 3 south o£ Wesley, selling 49 head cattle, brood sows, farm machinery, miscellaneous. Ad in today's paper. Herman Brummond, auctioneer; First State Bank, Corwith, clerk. Monday, Feb. 18—Herman H. Dreyer and A. R. Willrett, dissolving partnership, sale 3 miles west and Vi south of Lone Rock, Ad in todya's paper. Selling 37 head of cattle, farm machinery, other items. Flaig & Hanson, auctioneers; Lone Rock Bank, clerk. Monday, Feb. 18—John F.Web- er, 2 east of Irvington, selling 170 head livestock, other items. Ad in today's paper. Colwell Bros., auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, Algona, clerk. Tuesday. Feb. 19—W. I. Dodds, one mile west of P-O-W camp, big sale, ad in today's paper. Farm machinery, cattle, miscellaneous items listed. Flaig & Stewart, auctioneers; Lone Rock Bank, clerk. Wednesday, Feb. 20—David McGregor, 2 west, 2 south of Burt, closing out sale of machinery, fine Brown Swiss cattle, etc. Ad in .today's paper. Stewart & Flaig) auctioneer; Burt Savings Bank, clerk. Wednesday, Feb. 20 — Carl Hutchins sale, -Vz east of Algona, over 50 head stock, farm machinery, buildings, etc. Ad in today's paper in complete detail. Lou Matern, auctioneer; Security State Bank, Algona, clerk. Closing-Out Sale As I have decided to quit farming, I will hold a closing out sale at the farm located 6 miles north of ' the Pioneer Seed Corn Plant at Algona and 2 miles west on south side of road; or 2 miles west of Burt and 2 miles south; or 1 mile north of Good Hope church and % mile east, on , Feb. 20 Sale to Begin at 12:30 7 - Head Registered Brown Swiss - 7 ' ' : '•.'';••"•' 'I,. .•': - • ' ,•-,:,: '.,-''.. , ' ' - • . One cow coming 4 years old that gave 40-44 Ibs. of milk per day this summer and is still milking, will freshen in April; 1 cow coming 3 years old, to freshen in April; 1 cow coming 6 years old, giving 5 gal. per day; 2 heifer calves 1 year old; 1 heifer calf coming 1 year old; 1 bull calf, 6 months old. This is a good bunch of Brown Swiss. If you want a good milk cow don't miss this sale, " 1 Good Work Horse i ,\ ': |'l •'ft -<& M Farm Machinery, Etc. •'., F^niftll traxjtoi?^lib«r in front and just overhauled not long ago; H-inch tractor slat hot- torn plowrl4in. walWng McCormick-Deering power binder; "g-f t, \vheai\drUl; 4<mmoti drag; Case corn pi anter; JWcCoriniiig-Peerinir ha^ loader; tractor j, P, side delivery rake; sulky rake; New Idea manure spreader; horse nioweij: t»ft»- power mower; 9*ft, disc; John Peere iron wheel wagon and flare box; Joiiji IPfere wagon and rack; 2»row stalk cutter; hi^h wheel wagon and box; hand corn sHeller; oil burner tank heater; 7-ft, hay ') -]pe«l braees; ;5»8how| ]|«yfte» plaw; 'good endgate sedeerj new electric, pump jack? hog iObu, capacity, iids; hog feeder, 25 bu, siase; hog feeder, 15 bu, siie; hay feeder, l|^b!(«t4i^ of straw; quite a lot of smill tools. :'« -;; ci § rocking cliair; bedroom iMWiitwMl front writ» || ) table, buffet and 6 chairs; sanitary cjatf day bed; cw^ 8x ll\ linolepn m&9x!& some dishes; cooking wti»h' ;: ''' "" •''''' ' "' ' •TERMS*; :C3ajfy Jx ytme^ [ill settled ffl»i?i J6WA , fob, Jl-^Paui Stahl, one east and 3% north of Lu Verne. Selling horses, colts, cattle, stock hogs and farm machinery. Ad in today's paper. Her- mnn Brummond, auctioneer; Farmers State Bank, LuVerne, clerk. iflurgday. Feb. 21—Ralph Lee, one north and one east of Irvington, 59 head cattle, other livestock, farm machinery, etc. Ad in today's paper. Colwell Bros., auctioneers; Security State Bank, Algona, clerk. Thursday, Feb. 21—Floyd Duncan, 2 east, 4 north of Algona, selling 120 head livestock, farm machinery.. Ad in next week's paper. W. J. Stewart and Shorty Fraser, auctioneers; Lone Rock Bank, clerk. Tuesday, Feb. 28—Albert Wittkoff, 4 south and 1 Vt east of Fenton, or 1% west Lotts Creek school, selling 58 head livestock, machinery, misc. Ad in next week's paper. Colwell Bros., auctioneers; Security State Bank, clerk. The 12 sales carried in today's advertising columns of this newspaper set a new all-time high for sale ads in a single issue 'of this paper. Suspended Sentence John Joseph Coyne, picked up by city police last week, was given a suspended sentence of 10 days in jail 'by Mayor Frank Kohlhaas, Saturday, on condition that he leave town immediately. He did. Jack Long Rated Captain At Release When Lt. Jnckson Long, son of Abner Long, Algonn, reached Ft. Sheridan, north of Chicago, recently, he found his advancement to the rank of captain had caught up with him, so he left the service at that rank and his terminal leave pay which carries through until April fi will be that of a captain. as well as some back pay at that rank. He has entered the University of Iowa for a post graduate course in commerce and public accounting. MEN'S KID LEATHER ROMEOS With elastic sides. All sizes 6-11. S2.49 WOODWARD'S BUY your printed or engraved ( nouncements at the Algeria Uppef"; wedding invitations and an-1 foes Moines, 34t? Look-AHEAD Radio Need Fixing? Let us put that, faiiltry set hack into operation. For prompt reliable ami Iionest service call on Algona's >'EW radio service shop, fewest and finest testing equipment. Logan Radio Service Telephone 921 Aliove the Ifnynes Cafe on State Street. with Allis-Chalmers FRONT-MOUNT® Tractor Implements If you don't have a machine shed— or can't build one yet—here is an idea: A new coat of Allls-Chalmers Persian orange paint can help to "weatherproof" your equipment. We thoroughly clean all parts and apply rust 'prevent&tive before painting. If repairs are needed, our skilled mechanics working with modern precision tools, will put your machines in shape for you. It is easier to "look ahead" with "FRONT-MOUNTED" tractor implements. And H is wiser to "look ahead" by keeping this fine machinery paint, protected like new. Model C Self-Greasing . Tractor with Hydraulic Lift and Dual Depth Control Sealed Reservoir bearing! keep tractor automatically greased. Implements are hydraulically operated. Dual control accurately gauges depth of right and left gangs ... independently. (Above—Rotary Hoe cultivator attachment.) flLLIS CHflLMERS SALES AN& SiPteWCE NEW MACHINERY: Lime spreaders of several types. Steel stock tanks and waterers. Hammer- mills and belts. Hydraulic manure loaders. Steel or wood wagon boxes. 2-wheel trailer on rubber. Pump jacks. Wood saws. Stalk cutter. Land roller. USED MACHINES: Cream separators. 2-16 plows. Elevator hoist. Model A Ford car. Chore Boy milker. Bradley Bros. Phone 714 Algona, Iowa '.WiV.'.V.VWiV.'', ;rt*< i-,-.- : '-;,:;. ; ;xv^^:r'.%7*'?-'r*?;'. i ?.'T?£ yK action I will hold a closing out sale of my property on the farm located 1 mile north and 1 mile east of Irvington, or 5 miles southeast of Algona following the timber road, across from the Edw. Mawdsley farm, Thursday, Feb. 21 -yttw •>mM •iSiSf Sale to Begin at One O'clock 59 Head of Livestock 59 - Head of Cattle - 1 Shorthorn bull, three years old; white face bull calf; black bull calf; 8 good'grade cows, some fresh now, others fresh in spring; 9 calves about 4 or 5 months old; 14 feeding cattle, are in good shape and on full feed. 3 ! • Head of Horses - 3 1 bay colt, two years old; 1 gray mare; 1 gray horse. Head of Hogs 22 About 15 bred sows. Will farrow in May. 7 small pigs. 300 LEGHORN PULLETS Machinery W. Ct Allis Chalmers tractor, all rubber tires, ne w motor, also cultivator;; 10'ft,disc; endgate seeder; £»se corn planter, 4 years old; IQ.ft, hay rake, nearly new; 244 Allis Chaln^ers plow; Litchfield manure spreader; new wagon end new box; old wagon and bo*; nearly new hay rack; steel wagon trw^k; $w»li heater; 4-section steel drag; set nearly new harness; some 2-inch plank; 8x18 brooder house; 10x16 shelt er house; bicycle; silage and oats; tools; bob sled; 700. bji, corn; 400 bales hay; s^me baled straw; 'nearly.; new Fairbanks Morris hammermill. • . X : ,...,;;'. :,, ; '...-•;',:,''::.;'. : ;^:.:;;; i -;'..,,I^;^v^,;,;3^i-^; /': TERMS: Cash, or if time is desired see clerk before until settled far, '. - ••...•••• ^ ••••• • • -( ' " '' •i • . '•',•' ' •'-.:. ''•• '• ?••£ *• '•'';' I' •'. ' * ^^^^^— : '•' '-•• ' ''-• ^'-^V*t ; ' r ':Si^. •'!S? ;i -^''"'l4sfe'' 1 '^'^-''**^' 1 •;•: v is'^'S

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