F fl QT F _ '' 45TH ANNIVERSARY VALENTINE SPECIAL « « • A LARGE SELECTION OF LANE CEDAR CHESTS 1 MANY STYLES AND FINISHES ' 9 9 • ,1 SPECIALLY PRICED AT WONDERFUL FOR VALENTINE GIVING — THIS OFFER GOOD UNTIL FEB. 15 ONLY. LANE FULL GUARANTEE BOND GIVEN WITH EACH CHEST. ASK US ABOUT IT. FOSTER'S 6-Alflona (la.) Upper D« Motnm Thursday, Feb. 9, 1961 FARM SALE CALENDAR Algeria Upper Dei Metrics More farmers in this area read this newspaper than any other publication, local, state or national and the farm sale results prove it. Feb. 9, Thursday — Antone (Tony) Kordoes, 2 north, 3% west 3 ,,i north of Bancroft. Machinery & livestock. Quinn, Yungeberg & Beenken, auctioneers, Farmers & Traders Savings Bank, Bancroft, clerk. Sale details today. Feb. 9, Thursday — Leo Everett 9 south of Fairmont to Hands Park corner, then 2Vi east. Wedol & Clark, auctioneers; Fiist National Bank, Elmore, clerk. Sale details today. Feb. 13, Monday — Mrs Ed Evans sale, at the farm 1% south and west if Armstrong. Sale includes full line machinery, other equipment, etc. Details in UDM today. Clark & Clark, auctioneers; Emmet County State Bank, Estherville, clerk. Feb. 13, Monday — Mrs Otto Borchardt and Virgil Borchardt, 1 south and \'\ mile east of Fenton. Dairy Holstein cattle and some machinery. B e r k 1 a n d and Quinn, auctioneers. Feb. 1.4, Tuesday — Joseph M. Brown sale, west side of graver, then 3% south, l /4 west and 40 rods south. Power machinery, miscellaneous, etc. Sale details today in UDM. Bensen & Clark, auctioneers; Einmett County Bank, Estherville, clerk. Complete details in UDM this issue. 14, Tuesday-~ 1 o. ^c.,.- lafft!, 2«/ 4 miles straight west of Depew. Berldandfand Boftvit, auctioneers! Iowa Trust & Sav ings Bank, Emmetsburg, clerk, Details later. Feb. IS, Wednesday — Bernard Leeper sale, 2& miles east of Burt on black top, 1% south, and % west. Selling cattle, machinery, etc. Quinn & Yungeberg, auctioneers; Burt Savings Bank, clerk Sale details in UDM today. Feb. 16, Thursday — John Krebsbach, complete closing out sale, 6 miles east of Swea City on highway 9, Quinn and DeVries, auctioneers, Farmers and Traders Savings Bank, clerk. Complete details in UDM next week. Feb. 18, Saturday — Franklin Wagner, 9 south, % west, . Vi south of Algona. Quinn & Yunge- berg, auctioneers; LuVerne State Bank, clerk. Sale details next week. Feb. 21, Tuesday -- Gaylord Johnson complete closing out Ruction, 1 mile north, 1 east and V< north of the south edge of Fenton. Berkland and Bensen, auctioneers. Lone Rock Bank, clerk- Feb. 25 Saturday — Albert Kramer, miles west of Al- VALENTINES IN A BANK? YES — AND AGAIN, YES! THE MOST SINCERE VALENTINES A MAN EVER WRITES GO ACROSS OUR COUNTER A check to meet the installment note payment .... Deposit slips on the savings account for the youngsters' college fund or that checking account plan for household expenses . . . The receipt for a safe deposit box to hold bonds, incurance policies, the deed to the home "if anything happens to me" ... YES, WE HAVE A LOT OF VALENTINES IN OUR BANK THE REAL VALENTINES We Would Like To Help You With Your Real Valentines, Too ! IOWA STATE BANK Algona, Iowa Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp . „,.*» gona Highway Junction 18-169, starting at 1 p.m. Yungeberg and Quinn, auctioneers, Security State Bank, Algona, clerk. Band Members At Titonka Sponsor A Variety Show Tilonka - — A variety show is being put on by the Titonka Band Mothers Saturday evening, Feb. 11. Julie Sartor of Mason City, who will give several tap dancing numbers, will be one of the high- ligh's of 'the evening. The Tetra- chords will give a number of musical selections and Mrs. June Goldman will give a reading. A one act play will be given, "New Wives for Old" by Ray Cunningr ham, Lyle Patterson, Mrs. flenry Plaisier, Mrs. Carl Calliesf Mrs. George Sachau, Mrs. Win. 'Rode, Mrs. Neal Boyken and Mrs. Glenn Miller. Solve your problems by buying a slave at the slave market, sold to the highest bidder by auctioneers John Beenken and Jack DeVries. Phil Faaborg, band director, will provide music with his Little German Band. The senior class will hold a pancake Supper starting at 5:30 to 7:15 preceding the program. YOU'RE INVITED! APPRECIATION DAY DIVIDENDS LUNCH COFFEE GIFTS SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11 (9 TO 5) At the regular meeting of the board of directors of the Lone Rock Cooperative Exchange Co. held Jan. 16, 1961, it was voted on and carried that allocated patronage dividends for the first half of 1954 will be paid out in February of 1961. This amounted to about $20,500. The checks will be made up and ready to go, Saturday, Feb. 11, and the elevator is also planning a general Appreciation Day. On this day seed and fertilizer talks will be given. We pretty much know the picture now as to supply and price. As of now, seeds are considerably lower than last year. With some sort of a farm program the price could easily go higher. We will also have representatives here to talk to you on feeds, be it beef, hogs or poultry. Life Cycle management and complete feeding programs are here to stay. If you have any questions on complete feeding programs, come in and talk it over. Feeding of livestock is highly competitive today. Get started on the right track now so you will be able to show profits in your operation. Plan now to be in our office sometime during the day of February 11. Bring the wife along. This is one day that we in some small way can show our appreciation for your past loyalty and patronage. We here in Lone Rock are living in a rural community and it is the best place in the world. Agriculture has been a little depressed but we are sure better days are ahead. Wo have every bit of confidence in this great country of ours and in the future of agriculture, therefore we welcome you to be our guest Saturday, February 11. Lone Rock Co-op Exchange Lone Rock, Iowa WYWrtVWVWiW^^ Aching Backs Better As Snow Begins To Melt The total of almost S'/ij inches of snow received in this area during the past week , dwindled during the past three or four days as the mercury favored the county with warmer readings. High mark for the week was 32 degrees Sunday, but the thaw continued in protected areas the following three days as the temperature hit at least 27 degrees each day. Heaviest snowfall hit the ground Friday, 5Vz inches, followed by more than an inch the next day and almost two inches Monday. Low temperature reading, according to the official weather station at KLGA, was eight below zero Friday. Snow was removed from highways, roads and streets with mechanical equipment, but for the most part sidewalks and home driveways were cleared by good, strong backs and big shovels. Several very minor mishaps were reported during the week, all blamd on packed snow and ice. The readings: H L S Feb. 2 13 9 — Feb. 3 9 -8 5% Feb. 4 24 -5 1 1/10 Feb. 5 32 11 Feb. 6 27 18 1 % Feb. 7 27 3 — Feb. 8 — 10 Federated)^ PROTECT-ALL* RMCRM tow High 'for huonmc* Protaflo* hi OM Package) I Imagine th» convenience of having your family income, dwelling, personal property. car ••dTperaonal uAilft/ &I •urence all wrapped up in OM convenient package! No longer need there be pohciec eipiring all over the calendar. No longer do you need to k«ep track of many wparate premium notice* and be cure to pay each of them on a espa- rate date. Beat of all, along with Pro- tect-AU'a new limplicity and eate, cornea substantial dividend aavinge that reduce the coit of your inturance. And the whole package can be put on budget-eating monthly payment*! »A| Advert***! la The POST Richard A. Moen P.O. Box 337 CY 4-4955 Algona, la. The 18 Hottest "WANT ADS" Of The Week! FOR SALE - Beautiful large Angel Food Cakes, fresh from the bakery ovens/ a family treat at ONLY 35c. FROM BILL'S MARKET "NOT THE BIGGEST - JUST THE BEST IN GOOD FOOD" FOR SALE -Golden Y'eUow Bananas, Ripe, delicious -—and did you ever notice you never saw a fat monkey. ONLY! Oc A LB. FOR SALE - Giant 20 oz. size bottles of STANDBY CATSUP, and each bottle goes a long way — 2 for 59c. WANTED - Thrifty folks to take advantage of this — BORDEN'S BEST Ice Cream, all flavors, V4 gallon 79c. CARD OF THANKS - To theJReynolds people "for making the finest foil wrap on the market. We have it — 19c a package. "*•'•"' '**•« FOUND — The biggest value in the world in Frozen Orange Juice. 5 Cans of SNOBOY (6 oz. each) only $1. FOR SALE — School lunch-or midnight snack, try Yorkshire Farm CHEESE SPREAD. A 2 Ib. Box - 79c. FOUND - The freshest, crispest JUMBO SIZE Head Lettuce outside of your own garden — Jumbo Head — 17c. WANTED — Thrifty Housewives to take advantage of sf this! Cello wrapped RADISHES or GREEN PEPPERS, 2 for 15c. NOTICE! Standby Sugar Peas in 303 cans, a seven-day Favorite, and you get 6 cans for only $1. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN - Indian River Grapefruit (36 size) keep your vitality up — Vz BOX (36) for only $2.98. * f «S MEAT MAKES THE MEAL USDA CHOICE BEEF ROASTS ..... Lb, We BONELESS BUTTERFLY PORK CHOPS ..... Lb. J9c FRESH BABY BEEF LIVER Lb. 39c HORMEL'S ALL-MEAT FRANKFURTERS ... Lb. 49c BOONE RIVER BRAND fe'illlllilll WANTED — Everyone to taste Snoboy's PURE CONCORD FROZEN GRAPE JUICE. And it's a buy at 5 ' six oz. cans for $1. BRANDY 70 oz. _ 160 oz. 256 oz. ______ WITH ANY SUMMER SAUSAGE Lb. 59c - - FREE SAMPLES - - STOCK YOUR FREEZER MORRELL'S SLICED BACON Lb. 39c SNIFTERS j 98c § 1.60 | _________ 2.98 | $10 ORDER | DON'T FORGET! FREE DELIVERY FROM BILL'S MARKET "Open Sunday from 9 a.m. unti I Noon and 4 p.m. until 6 p.m." 16 Ounce Carton CARNATION COTTAGE CHEESE WITH THE PURCHASE OF EACH % GALLON CARNATION FRESH MILK AT REGULAR PRICE. NO LIMIT OFFER GOOD IN ALL YOUR FA VORITE ALGONA MARKETS THURS. - FRI. - SAT., FEB. J - II - II.
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