14—Algona, (la.) Upper Das Moines Tuesday, Oct. 3, 1967 Three Members At Meeting, Swea Club Folds SWEA-EAGLE - Eagle Homemakers met at the home of Mrs. Virgil Tokheim last week. Only three members came and it was decided to terminate the club. Membership has been declining in the past year to the extent that it was felt by the few attending that the lack of interest shown in the meetings warranted the drastic step. The balance of the treasury will be donated to the School for the Retarded at Algona. Officers this past year were Mrs. Tokheim, chairman; Mrs. Kenneth Brones, vice chairman; and secretary, Mrs. Irvin Smith. - o - The Ed Reeces, Elmore, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of their son and family, the Jack Reeces. Marjorie Tobin came from Sioux City Friday evening to spend the weekend at the home of her parents, the Johnnie Tobins. She is a student at Morningside College. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Peterson visited at the Wilfred Nickel home at Jeffers, Minn. Sunday. They went to bring their daughter Treva home. Miss Peterson had been there to visit her fiance, Harlan Fisk, who had been injured in a farm accident. It seems he fell into an automatic unloading wagon and went into the auger up to his thighs. He received cuts on the back of his legs, but did not require hospitalization. Danny Peterson, son of the Hans Petersons, returned home recently after serving a year in Vietnam. His parents were not expecting him and were completely surprised when he walked in on them. He has taken a position with Hennamen Motors at Estherville. His wife, the former Nancy Dahlke, is employed at the Emmet County Bank in Estherville. Twenty-one members and guests met at the home of Mrs. Francis Torine last week for her circle of the First Baptist Church. Devotions were by Mrs. Bina Montgomery and Mrs. Raymond Johnson gave the lesson on Japan. Larry Torine spent Sunday visiting at the home of his sister and brother-in-law, the Robert Himes at Waukon. Mrs. Francis Torine entertained a group of relatives for the 86th birthday of her father, Emil Larsen. During the evening, Mrs. Robert Himes telephoned from Waukon to wish him a happy birthday. Mrs. Virgil Jensen entered St. Mary's Hospital at Rochester, Minn. Sept. 4 for treatment and Sept. 18, underwent major surgery. The Everett Rippentrops and Evelyn visited at the David Rippentrop home at Newton. JOIN THE MR. AND MRS. DANCE CLUB $1.00 per membership and cover charge JACK SCHULTZ ORCHESTRA Starting Thursday, Oct. 12 Get acquainted - fun - laughs I ' * * * Halloween Party, Oct. 31—Dress crazy- Prizes! SMORGASBORD EVERY SUNDAY Have your parties of all kinds here — day or night HAND'S PARK Fairmont. Minn. (74-77) OCT. 11, WEDNESDAY- Auction of 280 acre farm, Morse estate, six miles east of Estherville on State Highway 9-2 p.m. Sale details in Upper DesMoineSi, Clark & Clark, auctioneers. THE WANT ADS *" ------- •»>. X'READ «EM AND REAP... \ RESULTS! J ; HOUSE AUCTION SALE MARY R. COPP Estate The Mary Copp Estate 2-family house located at 619 North Thorington Street, Algona, will be sold to the highest bidder at public auction held on the premises on FRIDAY, OCT. 6,1967 -2 p.m. TERMS—10% of highest bid as down payment and balance on or before October 14,1967, when abstract showing marketable title in seller will be furnished. Successful bidder will be expected to enter into usual contract. Possession—When contract is executed. Taxes—Seller will pay all 1967 taxes payable in 1968. Wonderful opportunty to live in your own home and also collect rent. Ideal location. H. W. MILLER, Executor A & W DRIVE-IN - ALGONA Equipment, Land, Franchise included; Excellent Grots, Cash or Contract Sale. SEE HERBST REAL ESTATE ALGONA — 295-3733 RICKLEFS - GEELAN Can Now Offer You the Best In ... FARM LOA — Write, Call or Stop in and See Us — ^^WW^WVWWftrVWVSftrtfWVWVUVVW Up lo 70% on Good Farms Ricklefs - Geelan PHONE 5-2491 ALGONA — REALTORS & INSURERS — 6,000 Fancy Sandhills Cattle 32nd Annual Calf & Feeder Sale FRIDAY, OCT. 6th. BURWELL, NEBR. 1st Special Calf Sale for 1967 with a top offering of outstanding Hereford spring calves and light weight yearlings, featuring many reputation brands of top flight cattle. Look over the list of well known brands: 4,000 FANCY HEREFORD STEER & HEIFER CALVES Featuring following consignments: 280 Fancy w.f. calves, Ted, Edwin, Alfred and Ernest Schipporeit. 250 Fancy w.f. calves, Dave, Dallas, Russel and Stanley Petersen. 190 Fancy reputation calves, Everett Molesworth. 160 Fancy reputation calves. Burke Bros. 165 choice and fancy w.f. calves, Ed and Mike Hulinsky. 150 Fancy w.f. calves, Schneidereit Bros, and Ferd. 150 Fancy w.f. calves, Nettie, Jim and Kelley Bilstein. 110 Fancy w.f. calves, Glenn and Ralph Hann. 80 Fancy w.f. calves, Verl and Chad Miller. 125 Fancy reputation calves, Ingraham Bros. 100 Fancy w.f, calves, Clarence McClintic and Sons. 80 Fancy w.f. calves, Cal and Luther Ferguson. 75 Fancy, w.f. calves, Herman Boerger and Son. Others selling top calves: Don Coffman, Art Doolittle, Roland Petersen, Peters & Ferguson, Gilbert Swinney, Wilmer Nelson, Tim Miller, Bob Kassebaum, Gaylord Wallace, Ira Lierman, Leon Hodson, Glen Johnson, John Kamphaus, Warren Krause, Ted Elhers and many more. 2,000 CHOICE & FANCY HEREFORD STEERS & HEIFERS Featuring following well known brands: 315 Choice and Fancy w.f. steers, 600 to 700 Ibs., Don Cone and Sons. 350 Fancy w.f. fall steers, 500 to 600 Ibs., Loup Co. Ranch 200 Fancy w.f. steers, 600 to 700 Ibs., Schaffer Ranches, Inc. - 200 Fancy w.f. steers, 600 to 650 Ibs., Holt Co. 150 Fancy w.f. heifers, 575 to 625 Ibs. open, Dvorak Bros. 100 Fancy w.f. fall calves, 550 to 600 Ibs, Jim Taylor. 75 Choice and Fancy w.f. heifers, 600 Ibs. open, Elmer Vogel. Other selling fajl calves and yearlings: Royce Jordan, Lierman Ranch, Don Ackles, Elsworth Horner, Clarence Price and many more. SPECIAL 4-H FEEDER CALF SALE, SATURDAY, OCT. 7th. Selling 150 Outstanding Hereford and Black Angus Feeder Calves. Many top show prospects. We urge you to be at Burwell on Friday, Oct. 6th and see this wonderful offering of top Hereford calves and light weight yearlings. Phone 308-346-5135 for further sale information Sale time 11:00 a.m. BURWELl LIVESTOCK MARKET, INC. "One of The Sandhills Largest Cattle Auctions" Cattle Sales Every Friday at Burwell, Nebr.
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