The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 3, 1946 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 3, 1946
Page 12
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'AGE SIX. -ALGONA WPIft NOW OPEN THE NEW DIAGONAL Lunchroom Next to Algona Ice Cream Factory UNDER MANAGEMENT of MRS. SELZER (Home Cooking and Home Baking) OPEN 7:30 A. M. to 6:30 P. M. and Specializing in Delicious Noon Plate Lunches at Reasonable Prices All This Week! "AN EXTRA TREAT" FREE COFFEE and CIGARETTES With Your Meal or Snack! Drop in on Us This Week—With Whatever You Order (A Full Meal or a Cut of Pie) the Coffee and Smokes Are Our Treat! WATCH For Our WAFFLE SPECIAL With Rich, Golden Maple Syrup and Iowa Sausages OUR MOTTO: "Beally Good Home-Cooked Food at Really Reasonable Prices." NOTE! SELZER'S LUNCH ROOM On Highway 18 Will Continue As Usual Mervjn Gardner, Union Twp., To Wed Floridan Union: Invitations have been received here by relatives for the approaching marriage of Mervin Gardner, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Oelos Gardner. The bride-to-be is Miss Rosa Jane Dady, daughter of Roy Dady of Panama City, Fla. They are to be married in that city at the Presbyterian church on Saturday, Nov. 30, at 8 p. m. Mervin served in tnc army air corps in World War II, enlisting in 1939. He served overseas 16 months, being in England, Afri' ca and several foreign countries. He took up the study of engines (bombers) in the Pratt- Whitney school in Hartford, Cpnn., Aug. of 1944. Since his schooling he has been stationed at Panama City, where he met his fiance. Thanksgiving Guests Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson, Mrs. Ignatius Werncrt, Mrs. Anna Lcason and daughter Mabel of Algona were guests at the Robert Leason home. A family dinner was held at the home of Mrs. Minnie Sarchet with Mrs. Mabel Van Horn and family, West Bend; John and Joan Romstad, Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sarchet, Ames; and the Robert and Roy Sarchet families of Union in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Schenck and family and Junior Schenck, who recently enlisted but came home from his studies at Coe college, Cedar Rapids, were guests at the Horace Schenck home at Crystal Lake. Mrs. Sadie Schenck and daughter Maud of Minneapolis were also guests. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lindsley and son Terry of Fort Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gardner were dinner and supper guests at the Loui.s Bode's. Lt. Tasker Johnson, wife and baby daughter, were supper guests at the Leslie Johnson home. They had dinner at Mrs. Johnson's at Buffalo Center. He took his wife and daughter back with him to Manhattan, Kans., where he attends college. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Campney were at the John Sabin home and the men folks picked corn. Dorothy Lieurancc of Sioux City, la., spent Thanksgiving with their mother, Mrs. Mary Lieurance. | Family dinners were so planned at a great many farm , homes that the men could enjoy a good Thanksgiving 'dinner and still pick corn. j Thanksgiving the Otto Harlan ; family, Q. A. Bjustrum family, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sarchet and baby had a get-together at the JJ. B, Djttrner home, near Burt. Gerald Romstad, who had spent a week here with relatives, returned to his home at Des Moines with his brotner John, who came up to spend Thanksgiving here. Mrs. Alta Froh of Fort Dodge came up Wednesday evening to visit at the O. A. Campney home. The Campneys and Mrs. Froh also Mr. and Mrs. Jack Buscher and son of Union were guests at the Fred Davis home east of Burt. "Dick" (Richard) Godfrey came up from Ames last Tuesday evening for Thanksgiving with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Godfrcdson; Mrs. Hoag of Humboldt was a guest of her daughter Mrs. Roy Adams and family. OFFICE SUPPLIES — A gooa stock on hand, getting larger every day. Fill your needs at The Algona Upper Des Moines office. LAKOTA VET IS OPERATED ON FOR APPENDICITIS Lakota: Henry Eggerth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eggerth, underwent ah operation for appendicitis at the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge last week Monday morning. Henry, • who Only recently was discharged from service, suffered an attack at his home between Lakpta ,and Swea City on Sunday ami '.w^ls taken by ambulance 10 Fort Dodge that night and the operation was performed-the next morning. Lawrence Wolcott of Eagle Lake, Minn., was a Weekend visitor at the LoU Nitz home. James Bruer celebrated his sixth birthday with a party at his home after school last week Monday. Fourteen children were present. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Torlne, Lakota and Mrs. Harry Warburton and daughter of Elmore, Minn., were Thanksgiving day guests at the J. H. Wai-burtons. ,...;J Mrs. George Heetlarid was brought home from the Buffalo Center hospital last w/eek Sunday and is recovering from an operation at her home here. • Mrs. L. Weinberger left a week ago for a visit at Charles City with her son William Weinberger and will also go to Waukegan, 111., to visit another son, George. - ..*«««.. Mr. and Mrs. W. E, -Ley returned from the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge last week Monday. He went through the clinic and spent several days under observation. The W. E. Leys were hosts .for Thanksgiving for their children, the W. D. Leys, Lakota, and the Edward Buckels of Boone, la., who came Wednesday and returned home Thursday evening. Mrs. Lottie Isenberger came home last week Monday from a 'two weeks visit with her daughter at Missouri Valley, la. She came to Armstrong via bus and Will Baum met her there with the car. The Henry Swalve family attended the wedding of lola Rip- pcntrop and Vernon Gray in the Ramsey Reformed church,- November 22 and Harriet • Swalve sang at the reception following the ceremony. Thanksgiving dinner .. ..guests, at the Jerry Ukcna home were Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Wortman, Mrs. Ida Ukena, Lakota; Mr.' and ;Mrs. Wade. Bali of.'Algona and their guests the Laverne, ,Leis- velds of Illinois. ," ; . The Walter Meyers were .hosts on Thanksgiving to Walter's mother, Mrs. J. A. Meyer,., and the Will Meyers of Lakota, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Meyer< Elmore, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs.; Charles Tutton of Buffalo Center... C. A. Gutknecht and Jerry Heetland attended a meeting at Bancroft last week Monday evening preparatory , ; to the Farm Bureau membership drive in Ledyard township. A state office worker, Emory Dahl, was the speaker for the event. Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Thompson drove to Fort Dodge last week Sunday and brought home their five months son Roger, who had been in the Lutheran hospital there for two weeks, where he took treatments for a mouth and throat infection and is much improved at this .time. The Rev. F. F. and Mrs.. Darnauer received word from their NEW FARM EQUIPMENT NOW ON HAND Flair Boxes Grain Blowers 28-Ft Portable Elevators 2-Rpw Stalk Cutters Manure Loaders for All Tractors And A Complete Line Of FOBD-FEBGUSON and WOOD BHOTHEKS ..Farm Equipment.. KENT MOTOR GO. ALGONA, JOWA I0WA "m sbn Lylo, wh6 Han Served three y(»afs and four Jtiptitlis in th«i n&vy air C6w>s that 'he has been released atid .arrived in 'San Francisco, Calif., Monday. He will visit an uncle and family at Stockton, Calif., before coming home. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Weaver attended the funeral services of MtS.' Weaver's brother Albert Mahthei at the Lutheran church in Algona last week Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Manthei died last week Sunday morning from a heart ailment. He was foreman for the McGUfl'e Brqs'i road cofiSrtUBtlbri: •• t5few. #BQrlal was in the S^rea City cdniet'ei'y. Fenton Man Plans To Canada Fentoft: ft. ft'. (fioja) Haritel'- man left Saturday MoV, ;30 for Pyner, Sask., Canada, dh bus!- 1 ness. He expects to be back for Christmas. In March he Will take his wife and two children and they plan to make their lu- ture home there. PUBLIC SALE Not being able tn find a farm, I will hold a complete closing out sale at my farm located 4 miles; cast and 2 Hi miles south of Burt, 4 miles cast and 5 milcg north of Ah gona, 3 miles west and >/• mile north of Doitn church, on Wednesday, Dec. II Sale to start at 12:30 o'clock Lunch Wagon on the Grounds 67 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK 2 HEAD OF HORSES 17 HEAD OF CATTLE 48 HEAD OF FEEDER PIGS 225 HENS FARM MACHINERY . 2 TRACTORS 2 BUILDINGS CLOVER HAY HOUSEHOLD GOODS | CLARENCE DIERS. Stewart & Flaig, Aucfs. Titonka Savings Bank, Clerk PUBLIC SALE Wednesday, Dec. 18 At the farm located 4 '/a miles east of Algona on McGregor St. road; or 1 mile south and 2Vz west of Sexton. COMPLETE LINE OF GOOD POWER MACHINERY 10 CATTLE 10 I 18 SHEEP 18 TEAM OF HORSES TERMS—CASH \ iMerion ChrSstensen Security State pank, Clerk Clark & Eraser, Aucts. 1 Tlie Golden little Our Prliiclpto | IMione 62I-W Algona ' vv•^/A^^^^^vuvA^l^WAVA^^^ Take DeBolt's Word For It Production Is High! . , Demand Is Higher For The tire That ~ OUTWEARS PREWAR TIRES The new B. F. Goodrich Silvertown has made such a hit with car owners that they're telling all their friends! They are; convinced that the wider, flatter tread—which puts more rubber on the road—wears more evenly and lasts longer than the treads of wartime or prewar tires. If your needs are immediate, see us... we'll do our best to keep you rolling, Can be bought on tmall down payment and convenient terms B.FGoodrich TORES O.K.RUBSER WELDERS Lester DcBolt 118 N. Thoringtqn Phone 30$? AUCTION As I am moving: to Oregon, I will Null the following described property at the farm located 1 mile north and J4 mile cast of Sexlon on . - . : . TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10th Sale to liegin at 12 o'clock sharp Lunch served by Sexton Ladies Aid - DAPPLED GRAY HORSES - 2 Coming H years old . Weight about 2800 HEAD OF CATTLE 14 Six good milk cows, including 2 Guernseys, 1 S horthorn, 1 Ayrshire, 1 blue roan, and 1 brown cow-, I fresh, two coming fresh in about a month; 1 Short horn bull, 20 months old; 4 heifer calves; 1 steer; 2 bull calves. ; 15 HOGS 15 Poland China-Berkshire Cross Summer pigs, wt. 120 Ibs. 15 -SHEEP- 15 8 4-year-old Ewes',. 8 2-yenr-flld^wos 4 Ewe Lambs MACHINERY Model li John Deere tractor on new 0x88 rubber, with lights and cultivator to fit; 2-12-iu. plow; (Meaner Baldwin «-ft. combine with motor and pickup attachment; Tower Master sweep rake with fittings for J. D. and F-20 tractor; No, !t McCoriuick-Deerlng corn picker with power takeoff/ JU-20 M«« Cormick -Deering tractor; New Idea manure spreader; JrcCorinlck-DeerJne corn planter with 130 rods wire; 2 tt-'ft. discs, J. |), and Hock Island; 14-in, Mpls.-Moliue hamwerhlll; 75-ft. endless belt; Model A, : . Ford elevator motor; 5-ft. Mct'ormick mower; McCormick binder; dump rake; 4-sec, J, ]), drag; Mol), endgate seeder; jned. height wood wheel wagon; iron wheel wagon, triple box; hayrack} Jensen pump jack; % h, p, JJriggs & Htratton motor; 2«hole corn sheller with self feed and wagon elevator, MISCELLANEOUS, No. 5 DeLaval cream separator; oval tank with nog waterer in sjd,e» on skids | 45 bu, hog feeder, each about a year old; 24 bii, hog feeder rotary feeder; § 50*gal, hog waterers; 550- gal. water tank; (I hog troughs; 5 cement troughs; 2 brooder stoves; big and little chicken feeders; n«st drill; tools; 200. feet hay barn rope, ' .-/ mTILi>IN(j.S-rl4xl(! 4-pen hog houses; !i individual hog houses; 110x12 brooder house 0.\8 milk house, newt ; * > v / , (i It A IN— 200 bales of alfalfa, some loose hay and straw, 100 but Control oats» ' HOUSEHOLD GOODS— Kitchen cabinet, table and si* chairs? sewing wijpliliw! »x|8 liuojeip, : cr articles too numerous tu mention, ' -'.;"/.•.•.',.-: _.. v/ -;. " •';' 1 ^ .v |»3C C r^ IOWA STATE HANK, Clerk

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