The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 5, 1946 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 5, 1946
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Wesley Junior Class Play, -Spooky Tavern', On Friday Wesley: The high school juniors will present their class play, "Spooky Tavern," a three-act mystery drama, on Friday evening! March 8, at the high school auditorium at 8 o'clock. 'Those acting are: Don Olson as Lon Hacker, the owner of Spooky Tavern; Irene Hanig as "The Ghost Woman," Who haunts Spooky Tavern; Rost Studer as Lucy Hacker, Lon's sister, a spiritualistic medium; Jcanine Studer as Joyce Wingalo, a resourceful college girl who tries to buy Spooky Tavern; Ruth Hauptmann ns Florabel Wingate, Joyce's younger sister; Theresa Lorcnz as Bedelia, the two girls' colored mammy; Dave Kleinpeter as Ralph Charming, a senior in love with Joyce; Le Ray Seilor as Terry Tanner, a junior in the same fix; John Diekmann as Willie Worglo, a stuttering freshman afraid of ghosts; Eugene Hanig as Farone, known as the Creeper; Chan Ward as Blackie Simms, Farone's former henchman. The play ia coached by Mrs. C. C. Mullin, and written by Jay Tobias. The U. S. W. will meet Thursday evening. March 14. J. P. Studer attended a two- day oil meeting in Des Moines last wee!*. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Thursday evening, March 7. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kain and Mrs. Ed Hildman were Thursday Fort Dodge shoppers. Larry Youngwirth was brought home Tuesday from the Kossuth hospital, where lie had submitted to an appendectomy. Mrs. George Foertsch and Angeline Foertsch were servers at. the meeting of the Catholic Missionary society Wednesday afternoon. This concludes their meetings till after Lent. Carmel Lickteig. a nurse in Mercy hospital, Mason City, spent Wednesday and Thursday at her parental John Lickteig home. Jack Lickteig and Irene Loebig drove to Mason City to get her Wednesday. The C. D. of A. held its regular meeting Wednesday evening last week. Five hundred and bridge was played after the business meeting. Miss Kathcrine Willems and Mrs. Viola Studer won high score prizes. The next meeting will be the first Wednesday evening after Easter. LAKOTANS ATTEND COOP DINNER AT SWEA CITY HALL Lakota: Several carloads of people from Lakota attended ihe Citizens Cooperative Sovvire free dinner at Swea City last week Tuesday with a delicious dinner being served at Lu'iiiT hall find the Methodist church dining room and nevoral hundred attended. A cornet trio ,ind a vocal quartet was guvn by a proup of high school boy? with Mrs. Giogor Deim as accompanist. A yearly report of business was given by the manager and talks by several other department, heads. A film, "This is Our Land," was also enjoyed. Several door prizes of service products were given to the lucky holders of the numbers drawn. Lakota: Mr. and Mrs. De Vere Smith drove to Rochester, Minn., last week Tuesday and brought home De Vere's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Smith, who had been visiting James' brother Tom and Henry Smith and their families. sister and husband M. W. Kent at Homestead, Fla. She accptn- panied her nephew, Frank Kent and wife, of Florida, who 1 were driving home after a visit at various points in Iowa. Marvin Klocke is taking her place in the C. R. Smith general store during her absence. Moving to Cedar Falls Mr: and Mrs. Orvillc Koppen, Mrs. Emory Smith and Mrs. Emma Smith drove to Forest City last week Tuesday to help Mr. and Mrs. Roy Farrinfilon load their household goods into a freight car prior to moving it to Cedar Falls the following day. Mr. Farrington, depot agent at Forest City for several years, was transferred to Cedar Falls last fall, but because of the house shortage could not move there until now when he took possession of a house recently purchased. Betty Eggerth Weds Friends here last week received announcement of the marriage of Betty "Eggerlh, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eggerth, who live between Lakota and Swea City, and Marian Paul Peterson of Ringsted at the Methodist church Feb. 14 with the immediate families present. The Rev. Nelson Grote of Newell, a former pastor at the Lakota church, officiated. They were attended by Betty's brother Henry, 011 furlough, and the groom's sister Clarice Peterson. Eva Eggerth sang I Love You Truly and the Lord's prayer. A reception and wedding dinner for the immediate families were held at the bride's parents following the ceremony. Mrs. Milton Farrow returned recently after a week's visit with relatives in Illinois. Mrs. Clyde Sander's mother, Mrs. Kelly, is ill at her daughter's home suffering with pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Furst of Algona were last week Sunday visitors at the J. H, Furst and Ed Telkamp homes. Mrs. Richard Zeilske entertained the Lutheran Aid society at her home west of town last WCCK Wednesday afternoon. John Wortman accompanied the Andrew Jansens to Swea City last week Wednesday evening to attend the boys' basketball tournament. Mesdarfies George Heelland, Francis Adams. J. H. Warburton and Emma Thaves were Blue Earth, Minn, visitors last week Wednesday afternoon. Roland Smith Sr. and wife spent last week with Roland's Blaze at Produce Station The fire company was called out last week Wednesday afternoon to the Dean Ellsworth Produce Station when a lighted match was dropped into some oil on the floor and a blaze flared up but it was put out in a short time and not much damage was done. Visiting in Florida Mrs. Ida Smith left a week ago for a few weeks visit with her BODE GIRL HAS 40 AT BIRTHDAY PAR'Y Bode: Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schmidt entertained 40 boys and girls Sunday evening in honor o.f their daughter Roberta's 15th birthday. The greater part of the •. vening was spent in the new roller skating rink, 'after which refreshments were served later in the evening at the Schmidt home'. Mrs. Schmidt was assisted in serving by Mrs. Arnold Larson and Mrs. Jess Schmidt of Ruthven. Roberts received many .birthday gifts. Surprise Party Mrs. Ncls Benjamin was pleasantly surprised at her home Saturday afternoon by a party of ladies bringing cake, cookies, and sandwiches which were served with coffee in the late afternoon. Mrs. Benjamin also received a shower of handkerchiefs. Home For Week-End— Mr. and Mrs. Lars Mitsven accompanied their daughter Agnes to Fort Dodge Monday afternoon, where she look the bus from there to Eldora, where she is employed. Wallace Matson also sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht, where Roland is taking electric and heat treatments. Mrs. Cort Rippentrop and Mrs E. Rippentrop entertained last week Wednesday afternoon at a Stanley party with 15 women in attendance. Mesdames I. E. Wortman, Tony Schaper and George Ennen were prize-winners. The following were supper guests at the Ed Junkermeier home near Burt a week ago Friday: Mr. and Mrs..,J. H. Furst and daughter, Mrs. Arlowc Blome, Lakota; the J. C. Blomes and Raymond Wordon, Ledyarcl, and Alma Junkermeier, of Algona. was hotoife over the from Ames, where ho is a student at Iowa State college. Red .Cross Chairman Mrs. Burton Rood, president ot the local Red Cross, has her committee lined Up for the annual drive which will take place following the keep-off drive held in Humboldt on March 12. .Charles Larson is chairman assisted by a corps of workers. Milo Smith went on a business trip last week to Dallas, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. ttels Benjamin spent Sunday In TiWhkA -visiting \vttfrh h<*r Mrs. Irvin Olson ha$ left for Akrbn, Ohio, for a visit with her duaghtef Mrs. Pavjd Lindgrin, v A son ,w$ born in Lutheran hospital, Fbrt Dodge, tinday night tp Mr, and Mrs. Paul Nasby, Mr and Mrs .Oscar Lornen, of Clear Lake ( visited at the Lais Metsven home, and with othe? lelatlves Sunday. A W Theisfeld and Nels Benjamin have letuined from a busi* JC n Mi A COMPLETE LINE OF GARGILL FEEDS Cargill Hybrid Seed Corn Dr. Jespersen's Poultry Health Aids D-X Gasoline Filch Feed Store Phone 4CO Corner South Milwaukee Depot Due to the fact that I am unable to find a suitable farm, I will hold a closing out sale at the farm located 1 mile south of Kossuth County fairgrounds on Highway 169, on 12 Sale Will Start At One O'clock •: < ! 49 - Head of Livestock - 49 5 Head of Horses 5 2 teams of young work horses, broke and gentle; 1 riding horse. Head of Cattle 14 1 Guernsey cow, 6 yrs. old, milking; 1 Guernsey 3-year-old heifer with heifer calf at side; 1 Brown Swiss cow, 7 yrs. old to freshen in spring; 1 registered Guernsey cow, 4 yrs. old (with papers), milking; 2 Guernsey cows 4 years old, to freshen soon; 1 Guernsey cow, 4 years old, milking; 1 Guernsey heifer calf, « months old; 1 red cow; 1 Holstein cow fresh in 7 we eks; Swiss heifer, fresh soon; white face bull; spotted cow, fresh soon. 30 Head of Hogs 30 10 head brood sows; 20 head feeder pigs, vaccinated. Farm Machinery ASONRY FOR FARM THAT IT ( ness\t to6k them as . thexwest coast.. Mr; a'hd" Mrs. tfbrkel Aure, ac* compared by his mother, vlSit- ett Sunday in Spencer ' at me Harry Madsen home. Keith ttasby spent .the weekend in Austin, Minn, Mis Wife and young son Jerry, who had spent the past week there, #- rned h'onfte with him. Mrs. Harold ^lugstad. Whose birthday 1 was Monday, Feb. ?o, ohtMt afternoon entertained, a party of ladies at her home,, Roger Gpheim, son of Mr. 6fta Mrs. Bernold Opheim, spent Ihc week-end at hi$ home here. 4 Tell us what you want to build and we'll give you a free estimate. Prompt Deliveries Standard & Light Weight Building BJock Cplorcrete Matt Glazing Highway Bridge Construction Truck Crane Service Instilcrete and Allied Products. J. I. Merryman & Sons SALE As I am quittlnjr fftfiwliiB due to, I shall sell thfi fo.llpwW at the pjacc located finite east, 2 niiles north, and 1, mile ,vyest of Llvcjrmo«s{ 8 »«<$ Straight west of LiiVmie on ,t!ie county line; or' 2 miles east and 1 mile south of St. 3oc bridge' " s /. Monday, March II Beginning at 1:00 ;i>. m. 10 Head Yocum Lunch Wagon on Grounds i e 101 •18 Brown Swiss milk cows and jShorttiorn milk cow—2 oH these arc milking now, 2 to fresh.eil s0>h; 4 hel/ets, l year old 2 small calves. Head of Horses 2 sorrel marcs, 3 and 4 years old, Weight about green broke. MACHINERY, ETC. Model B John Pperc tractor on steel; new styles-row Jo! ...~'«.'.!;„(„., «..t<ij>nin'i.. fntt'n'ni»i»i < «"Nh: nflfl corn" nlantcr wi! tor also; Jonn ueere no. on «-i«. >n. UUUH» i-iy>r, ««•"; 3-section spring tooth" harrow;'2 John Deere cridgate s Hoosier low dowii 'l2-ft. 'box seeder! Daln hay loader; McCo mick 8-ft. grain''binder with new canvas, good shape; McCq mick 6-fl. Big 4 roowCr.; WcCormiek 12-ft. dump rake; 4-s* lion harrow; 2 horse drawn single row cultivators; 14-in. wa,, ing plow; steel wheel' running gear with hay rack; high whj running gear with'has•.rack.;" high wheel Wagon running gfl with 38-i)i. box;' Ste,el wh'eel; wagon and box! hay stacker ai buck; bob sled; speed Jack for g^alii elevator; horse power . grain elevator; pump jack complete''with 1-3 h. p. elect motor; 2 steel gas barrelsrsome Wood barrels; 4-row beet at electric brooder; oil burning brooder; grind stone; 2 sets of ba pad harness; some horse collars; fencing .tools; small misceljij cous tools. TERMS: Cash, no property to be removed until settled liivcrmorc State Bank, C le at the farm located Due to shortage of help, I will hold a Hoi 1 mile west and % south of Wesley, on $ ;• i - j» Sale Starts at 1 O'clock IESIAN COW A-l Regular Farmall on rubber, good plow and belt tractor; International 2-14 plow and extra lays; International endgate seeder, nearly new; John Deere Model E manure spreader, A-l condition; steel wheel wagon running gear with rack; wagon box, good; 10-ft. dump rake with foot trip; IHC tractor cultivator; set of steel wheels for Regular Farmall; John Peere planter, nearly new; good saddle; set harness; Klean Easy milking machine, end track, nearly new. International 6-ft. mower. MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES: Five 10-gallon milk cans; hay slings; brooder stove; lawn mower; neck yoke and double trees; electric brooder stove, 2 50 chick size; chicken nests; 80 rods planter wire; Burpee pressure cooker; gas cans; electric washing machine; 2-burner kerosene stove. Cash, or make arrangements with ypur hanker. Colwell Bros., Auctioneers Security State Bank, Clerk 28- HEAD OF One registered Holstein bull, sire, Carnation IjrnoerjaJ Chieftain Index 618r B. F. Bred by W. H. Helmke & Son, Renwick, Iowa, ^.jr^cords will be available day of sale. 14 purebred Holstein milk cows, 2 registered; j5 yearling heifers; 7 heifer calves^ 1 bull calf. Most of these cattle have been calfhood Pangs yaxicinateej. Auctioneer's Note: This is one of the finest herds of Holstems to be sold in this part of the state this spring. MILKING MACHINE, Surge, 2 unit, with pipeline for 16 cows Farm^^ Machinery, Etc. Two separators, McCormick Peering No. 4, McCorn^c^f - Peering 4S, a)^ electric; 8 Ol§on watering cups; frailer, 600x16 tires, fla^ box 5 sin S le hor » e cultivator; bidder, could be use4 for windrower, ,\~ ' Jphn Peere field cultivator on rubber, 2 ye^rf qlfa Nf^ Idea hay loftder, 5 years pjd^ New Idea n^n^re spreader, 4leaner — 100 bait* alfalfa, 100 Wes red cjoyer, HOUSEHOLP GOOD^— iwrpka range; attachments. Terms ; €a*h, or fee your banker. Quinn ^ Ywnf^jTfi

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