The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 12, 1946 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 12, 1946
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3fc':S'SlS"f° IflplplilfSS^^ PAGfi FOUR— SURPRISE BIRTHD'Y PARTY AT FENTON Fenton—A surprise birthday party for Mrs. Minnie Dreyer was given nt the Everett Dreyer home, Friday, February 1. The guests included Mrs. Herman Krause, Bertha Kressin, Mrs. Art Krause, Mrs. Henry Tic-man, Mrs. Frank Dreyer and children, Mrs. Richnrd Hengel find Karen, Mrs. Alf Schmidt and girls, Mrs. Eggerling and children, Mrs. Will Wcisbrod, Mrs. ,lohn Kohlwes, Mrs. Paul Eiglcr, Mrs. Henry Miller. Mrs. Herman Dreyer and Ruth, Mary Alice Rossiter, Mrs. Elsie Dreyer, Mrs. .Lnrry Alt and Kathryn and Mrs. W. H. Friedrich. The afternoon was spent socially, after which a lunch was served. The lionoree was presented with many nice gifts and a birthday cake with 6!) candles. Lutheran Aid Met The Fenton Lutheran Ladies Aid inet in the church parlors Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. E. C. Fauerby and Mrs. Amos Finnestad as hostesses. Newels Entertain Mr. an.l Mrs. C. H. Newel entertained the members of their 500 club Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler played for absent members. Mrs. Paul Eitf- ler won high score prize for women and W. V. Yager won high score pri/.c for men. Girl for Sloebers Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber are parents of a baby girl born Wednesday evening. February 6 at the Estherville hospital. They now have a family of two boys and one girl. Mrs. Jennie Jensen, Mrs. Linus Jensen and daughter Beverly of Ringsted spent Saturday at the home of Mrs. Anna Osborn. Mrs. Lloyd Kem and Charles, Mrs. Arthur Mueller, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Berkland and family visited at. the George Pertl home near Ringsted Sunday aftcnvwn. Ernest Priebe was a caller at the Edwird Priebe home Sun- dav. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Theesfield went to Des Moines Sunday Mrs. Theesfield attended a beauty convention. They returnee Monday evening- Wilfred Reimers of Des Moines spent Wednesday night anc Thursday at the home of his mother, Mrs. Emma Reimers Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Berklanc and family were Tuesday even ing visitors at the Mervin Priebe home. Mr, and Mrs. Will Brown and son Wilfred of Armstrong spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Anna Osborn. Ray Priebe went to Decorah Sunday to bring back his wife and two small daughters, who had spent the past two weeks at the Bryan Kruse home near Monona and also at the home of Mrs. Pricbe's parents, the Martin Larson family at Decorah. Monte Hiatt, mechanic at the Goetsch garage, spent Saturday and Sunday with his wife and family at Randolph, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. John Kerber were visitors in Spencer Thursday. They visited with Mrs. Teria Kerber. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Weisbrod ,-eturned home Wednesday from Des Moines with their new trailer house. In about two weeks they will leave for New Mexico. Mrs. Ed Lund of Cedar Falls came Friday to spend the weekend with her daughter Miss Jo Lund, local home ocomonics teacher. Mrs. Sim Bernis Is Hostess, Thursday, To Sexton W.S.C.S, Sexton: Mrs. Sim Bemis wns hostess to the Sexton W. S. C. S. at her home Thursday afternoon And a large crowd attended. Plans were made and committees were appointed to serve the Rural Youths banquet on March 13. Mrs. T3. E. Sanders visited at the home of Mrs. Pearl Bovtkenia Friday. Ben U. Meyer, Algona, will soon he ready to open his feed, chicken and egg produce here in the gas station building on the west end of town. Harold Hunt returned home Thursday afternoon from the General hospital where he had undergone a minor operation ;here on Fred Lnyrnon returned to His work at Oakdale after Visiting several days at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Gabriclson and family. ' , Mrs. Mary Miller received word of the return of her Sort Bernard Miller, Mason City, who had received his discharge at Camp Grant, 111., and was with his wife and little sons at Mason ' Mrs. 'Martin Mimbach received word that her son Ffc. Jerry Jennings had 'left Guam and was on his way home, which was very good news for his mother. Dies, Marshalltown WhiUemore: Clayton Crook, son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Roupo, and a former resident in WhiUemore, passed away at MarshalItown, Iowa, Feb. 4, follow ins an operation for gallstones. Army Air Medal Retetttly , LuVei-rie: Flight Officer Wilfred G. Beryhill, pilot, htisband'of Elleli Gronbaqh, has been awarded the air medal, it has beer) finn6unced by Brig. Gen. Charles W, Lawrence commanding general of the India China Divlsibn 6f trie Air Transport Command. The India Chrhn division is completing, by home* ward movements of 'freight and personnel, its war rhisslon of trans-India, India-China and in Ira-China transport. It'has tiMd air history by flying cargo and passengers in regularly scheduled day and night transit over routes once virtually unuseablc, primarily the famed hump. Lt. Gen. Albert Wedemcyer, Fairville Aid Met Thursday, Feb. 7 Fenton: The Fairville Luther- .n ladies Aid met in the church parlors Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Gehard Hahtleman and Mrs. dartin Hantleman as hostesses. Juests were Mrs. Dan Hantlc- •nan. Mrs. Martin Ohm, and Mrs. _eorge Bolte. Mrs. Fred Frink lad chtfrge of the entertainment md Mrs. Carl Beck won the prize. ORDER YOUR BABY CHICKS, TURKEY POULTS AND DUCKLINGS NOW! Chicks from U. S. Approved— U. S. Pullorum Tested flocks. Turkey breeder flocks Pulloruni Clean. Early chicks and poults make tjood money. You can't go wrong on Swea City Hatchery chicks and poults. Hatches twice weekly through the season. Write ov phone your order direct now. SWEA CITY HATCHERY Phone 35 Swea City, Iowa SURPLUS t| China sal«(, ; and through all Sorts of dVer'ofedafis, mouh c !alfii, : Mstft aM jungle*, Miosg planes Mme, MV6r tailing, Won their cargoes battles haveTseert fought ^and vlctonfis " " ' '' ' - . . . ... : Wilfred has now received his honorable df.^harge from the army and is visiting at the home.of his parents in Llvermore nnd at the ,home of his wife's parents, Loiie Rock 4-M To Hold Skating Party Lone Rock; 'ttie boys 4-H club met Monday night at the J. H. Quitin home, ther were ter members present and severa' guests, including Eugene and Delbert Blanchat'd, Andrew rtight, LuflcK m& &??&& Bring Us ¥011* figp and Poultry FteEb and WM'S CHICKS Oi-defs Now Dick B. Meyer* RMS ALE Come and see our bargains on SURPLUS WHITE ROCKS now in the batteries. See for yourselves the chicks with the 95% livability guarantee at three weeks of age. FEBRUARY PRICES White Rocks $11.50 per 100 White Leghorns $10.00 per 100 As the farm I have been operating for a good many years has been sold and of farm I want, I have decided to discontinue farming for the present at least. ...-—-- -. . --- iovvSg described property at my present location 1 mile east and 1-3 mile south of Algona on the McGregor street road, on \ , , : Wednesday, FebVuiiry 20 Sale to Start Promptly at 1:30 Head of Livestock 5d Year 'Round Service Phones 58-77 Burt Head of Horses 6 1 hrnwn toam mare and horse, wt .1300 each, smooth mouth, but snappy; 1 smooth mouth, dark brown saddle breTmar!^K& ^lS ho»e colt by pur* bred saddle stud; 2 coming yearhng reg.stered chestnut saddle fillies. . . . . — 9 Head of Cattle 9 cow, U <iur nroseiit uirm lias l»>on sold, «•«• will .llssojv.- p«r<iu-rslii|» » lol.l » pul.Mi; sale consisling' of ourrnlln! l,!'nl «! ! IHffh frado llolslelns nt tlu- h.rm J»c.i«Ml 2 miles <-as(, K south of F.-i.lon; 8 mil** west, ^2 south of l^one Hock, on white face heifer calf, wt. 300. s. old,, milking; Guernsey-Shorthorn cow, 7 years old, milking The above cows are 'T 36 Headof Hogs SHAIM' WAGON 0 «KOI"N1>S 37 Headof One thoroiitfliUrctl <>"H, servicealilc nn'c; lu>rd hull, Ilioroiiiflihn-d: IS cows; :{ ^'-year-old heifers; ?> yeurliiitfs; i white face heifers; 2 .venrlin^ steers; 5 calves. This herd of cows hns been In Kossiith Cow 'IVstlng Ass'u since I«»L» till testing' was interrupted l.y (he war. This herd was started in 1»0» h) Mr. Ure.ver and a thoroi^lihred sire has always heen used since that time. j> ;> Farm Machinery, Etc. 17-::o Minneapolis tractor, type II, on steel; mounted wasron oil tank, »»0 mil. capacity in three com- .Mrfiiirnts;' sixe H' (Jehl silo filler, complete with pipe and distributors, in J?IHH| riinn up order, new teed 11( nm uith extra set of knives; hi^h wheel wa^.n with triple box; hay ruck; steel wheel W .i B on; Koiei I'.H sm-in- tooth harrow? .HcOeerin^ oiie-hole corn shelter, steel; Mc!> ..... -iny --row horse cultivator; -5 l<l-ual. heavy duty fuel cans, screw top; l-Hi inch sulky plow; disc sharpener. Hlacksmhh f»r«e; John Deere shaker potato plow; about 1:2 pill ...... n barrel; 2 ho* tronft'lis, 12-ft.; |,.,v 'n..s;-> kerosene .Jamesway brooder stoves, ;,(K)-chick si.e; 2 5. B ,,I. milk cans; ^-h p. motor; ff rlinl ne H « feeder for mineral; l> extra wa^on wheels; post ,i,.|rer; post drill and dnlls; 2 s.-oop shovels; ^electric feucers; grease sun; 5-lneh 4-ply rubber belt, new, »2-«. IOHBS platlonii scale, KMKI capacity; some other shop tools. HAY — 300 bales hay; about 10 tons loose hay. 2 good purebred Berkshire boars; 34 extra good Hampshire gilts, Wt. about 30<Ubs Berkshire bSars. Alllong time vaccinated.GiHs mil aU be crying betweei^Oec. 10,"itW5 andfaff. 10, flfltf These iltk haV^ be^n^n a o 36 to the above n Gilts amount of corn. 0,ilts eweeie. , . , ing of ground oats (self fed), clover arid alfalfa hay, concentrate, mineral, fed similarly last year raised an average of 8 pigs per litter forme. ^ Farm Machinery McCormick-Deering 30 on steel, good plow and belt tractor; Case 3-14 plow with f some extra lavs used 2 falls; 15-ft. John Deere tractor disc with transport cart, used 3 years; 8-ft. J. V. tt Her wHhSnaic lift, like new; 4-sec. flexible drag with collapsible ^••^^.^ r ^S^ planter, oil bath gear box and 160 rods wire on two spools, new J^^f^g^^S* ^^ lmpSB and in good condition; 34-ft. O.I.C. steel elevator^with ^J^^ and 3 speed power jack old but used continually; New Idea wide sp read spreader with tractor and team hitch. New wide Farmers Friend wagon lift and Little G iant speed jack; 5-f t. horse draw* Oliver mower on rub;;± 1 rk^«s^^ Sip scraper; 16-in. Case sulky plow, good; good oscilaiing bob sled; 2 good 8-,n. belts, 70 and 50 ft. TEHMSj CASH. HermanH.Dreyer and A. R. Willrett & HANSON, Auctioneers. LONE KDPKItAMC, Clerk <fl/t***efa**~*ilf****4^^ with 2 throw-in doors. Last five buildings all on creosote treated skids. 200 bales clover and timothy hay; 50 bales straw; extra good stock saddle. FUHRMAN PROP6RTY My neighbor, Louis Fuhrman, who is moving to the acreage he purchased recently, adjoining Algona, will sell the following property at my sale. , GOOD YOUNG HOLSTEIN COW WITH CALF AT SIDE in; 9x12 wool rug; Sellers kitchen cabinet, ___.'' •_;_'';;'• ' " J "J : / ' __' .. can get \varm, Cash* Carl Htitctitts Col. L. A. Matern, THI 'e^p*w*Af«^^ rStr'fSrtpf

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