The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 17, 1957 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 17, 1957
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Algeria Upptr Det M«inM FARM SAL1 CALENDAR Farm sales appearing in the Algona Upper L»es Moines wilJ receive free listing in this column every week, and also will be broadcast before the sale day over Algotta's radio station KLGA on the 11:55 a.m. and 4:25 p.m. news. Sale advertising in the Algona Upper Des Moines reaches more families in this area than through any other advertising medium. List your sale dates early with the Upper Des Moines. January 21. Monday — Frank Cunningham sale, 1 W. junction 1« & IttiJ, lirst place west. 1-uij line machinery, 34 head feeder cattle. (Juinn & Yungeberg, auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, clerk. Sale details UDM today. Friday, Jan. 18 — Algona Auction Sales, 18 & 160, regular sale 1 p.m. Friday, Jan. 18 — Humboldt Livestock Auction, 1 p.m. Bank, Algona, clerk. Sale details in the Upper Des Moines prior tr- u.v. sale. Tufctday, Jan. 22 — C. W. Elbert closing out sale, at farm located four miles north and fa miles west of Whittemore. • Sale includes farm machinery, buildings and other items. Bortvit & 1-iun, auctioneers; farmers biati Bank, Whittemoro, cieik. 1'uh ueiails in today's UDM. January zii, Wednesuby — Bob Behrens, complete daiiy dispersal sale, plus some hogs and nay. Farm located 2 miles west and (j miles north of Bull'alo Center. Quinn & DeVries,, auctioneers. Details in UDM today. Jan. 24, Thursday — Leroy Sprout, complete closing out sale at farm located Vz mile south, mile west and % south of Cylinder. Cylinder State Bank, clerk, and Lloyd Bcrkeland and Norman Bortvit, auctioneers. Sale details UDM today. Jan. 29, Tuesday — Art Bleckwenn complete closing out sale. This will be a large sale at the farm located 5 miles south and 2% mi. west of Fenton. Lloyd Berkland and Lyle Benscn, auctioneers, and Cylinder State Bank, clerk. Further details in , UDM later. Jan. 30, Wednesday ,— Dairy cattle consignment sale, Algona Sales darn. Jan. 31, Thursday — A. N. Erpelding will hold a big sale, including much excellent machinery, at the farm 4 east on McGregor St, and 1 l /y miles south ot Algona. Quinn & Roiling will be the auctioneers; Iowa State Friday. Feb. 1 — _ Mrs Alice Woster complete closing oufTale at farm located ^-niile west and 4 miles' south and Vz mile west of Ringsted. Lloyd Berkland & Lyle Benson, auctioneers. King sted State Bank clerk. Fab. 5, Tuesday — Floyd Ore gory, 5 miles west of Algona on "old 18" blacktop. Complete closing out sale, a big sale anc' includes a complete line of gooc machinery and one of the bcs< Black Angus herds in this .area. Leek & Roiling, Wesley, auctioneers, and Security State Bank Algona, clerk. Full details in the UDM later. Feb. 7, Thursday — Mrs Bcrn- ita Solbcrg, complete closing ou\ sale at farm located 4Vz mile* south of Ringsted. Lloyd Berk land and Lyle Benson, auctioneers. Further details In UDIvl later. February 6, Wednesday—Linus Peterson and Virgil Jensen, complete closing out sale on farm located 4 miles south and Vz mile east of Swea City. Quinn & Clark, auctioneers, and Swea City State Bank, clerk. Feb. 14, Thursday —, Win. lluis- mnn, Hi miles west of rainbow bridge at Titonka, complete line of very good machinery anc Holstein cows. Quinn & Yunge- berg, auctioneers. Titonku Savings Bank, clerk. Feb. 16, Saturday — Schlickel- man & Klingaman dairy dispersal sale, 41 head purebred and high grade HoJsteins. Farm located 4'2 east of Emmetsburg. Lloyd Berkland and Charles Quinn, auctioneers; Cylinder State Bank, clerk. Sale details later. February 18, Monday — Armoi Lcmkee, V 3 So. Irvington, ful' machinery, etc. Youngeberg & Quinn, auctioneers; Security State, dork. Wesley I.O.O.F., Install Wesley — Joint installuti'ii- of Rebekah and Oddfellows wa.- 'neld Monday evening, Jan. !l iv their hall. Bernitas Lynk and h.-rdiil team from Algol a conducted the installation. Esther Smith \V;L-installed as N. G.; D'Loras Price, V. G., Olive Erdman, Secy ire as.; Edna Ward, trustee. Oddfellows installed Lester Hash, N. G., George Deimi-ri:i!> V. G., Wilf'M'ci Vv'aid, Kt>ry-Ue;,.i. FOR SALE Several used Dry«r* as low *» $50. Used conventional MaytagB starling at 131.60. I u»ed Spe*d Queen washer $25. Several used Gas and Electric Ranges. North APPLIANCE CENTER North Iowa Sewing Machine — 310 E. State Thwrtday, January W, 1937 Atgent (ft.) Upptt iM Game Fight But Lynx Down Bulldogs, 65-46 Algona's Bulldogs haven't battled more fiercely for a victory all season, but battle wasn't enough as Webster City's Lynx hammered out a 65-46 verdict ifi thr high school gym Saturday night before an enthusiastic crowd. The local* jflutney to Clarion for iheif lone meeting with the Cowboys this Friday night, Jan. 18. They *rfll be gunning for their third win in 11 start* and a chahce at a 2-5 North Central Conference record. "~ Algona's defensive tactics com plotely baffled Webster City through much of the contest Saturday night. The Lynx, normal ly a cool, smooth operating outfit, were unnerved most of the way. but so were the Bulldogs when it came to hittiftg the hoop, a fac! trust allowed the Visitors to walk nway with the game. Last Rites For Robert LaBorre Funeral services for Robert C LaBarre, 37, well-known Algona insurance man who was killed in a car-truck crash 16 miles south of Fort Dodge late Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 9, were held Saturday at 2 p.m. in the Congregational church. Rev. G. G. Hallauer officiated and burial was in Rivcrvlcw cemetery. M c C u 1- louph's Funeral Chapel was in chr.fge of arrangements. Pallbearers at the funeral were Craig Smith, Al Buchanan, James Mirryman, Gordon Winkel, Harry Greenberg and Frank Moulton. Honorary pallbearers were Car) Morck, Sr., Julian Chrischilles, Don Hcmmingson, Charles Hinken, Rex Taylor and Joe Lynch, Jr. Robert C. LaBarre, son of Mr and Mrs C. R. LaBarre, was born Jan. 22, 1919, was a graduate of Algona high school and attended Iowa U. He served in the merchant marine during World War II, and since then had been active in many civic affairs, including Junior and Senior, Chamber of Commerce and Lions Club. He was state president of the Jaycees in 1953 and 1954 and a national director aifter that. He was head of the Algona Insurance Agency here, which was founded by his father. Survivors include his wife, Marian, the former Marian Schouten of Keokuk, two daughters, Sue and Charlene, a son, Brian, his father and mother, a sister, jSlplpor XMrs Murray ..Mowers), aU of Algona, and another sister,' Betty Jean (Mrs Dennis Gahan), Humboldt. Mr LaBarre was killed instantly and his wife received injuries when the station wagon he was driving collided with a meat truck during a blizzard. Mrs LaBarre was hospitalized for treatment in Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge, but was released last Thursday. Schutter Elected Medical Assn. Dr. John M, Schutter of Algona was elected president of the Kossuth County Medical Society -Other officers elected to serve the next, year are Dr. Paul Warner, Wesley, vice president, and Dr. Dan Bray, Algona, secretary. Legal Notices Raymond Webb Funeral Jan. 12 Last rites for Raymond Webb, 42, former Algona resident, were held Saturday in McCullough's Funeral Chapel at 3:30 p.m. Rev. Harry Whyte, Methodist minister, officiated and burial was in Riverview cemetery. Six nephews served as pallbearers. Mr Webb was killed instantly in a feed grinding mishap on the Gilbert Sandven farm seven miles east of Humboldt late Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 9, Raymond Webb, son of Mr and Mrs Clarence '.Webb, was born May 24, 1914 at Derby, la. and resided for several years on a small acreage southeast of Call State Park here. The family moved two years ago to the Sand- vtn farm, where Mr Webb was employed. Survivors, besides his wife, include two sons, a married daughter, his father and step-mother, Mr and Mrs Clarence Webb, Derby,- two si.Ueis, Mrs Lyle Johnson, Chariton; and Mrs Howard Brown, DCS Moinos; and six brothers. They are Floyd and Lloyd Webb, Des Moines; Ferman Webb, Namp, Idaho; Orville Webb, Warrenton, Mo.; Emmy Webb, Garden Grove, Cal.; anc diet Webb, Algona. Real Estate Men Hold Local Dinner The monthly meeting of the Kossuth County Real Estate Board was. held at the Johnson House, Jan. 8. 1957. Members present were Leon Laird, H. D. Hutchins, Nels Anderson, Robert Hamilton, Al Buchanan, Gilford Smith, Oliver Carlson, Ted Hei-hst and John C. Love. Robert Diekmann showed a film to be used in the Polio drive. It was decided lo invite the bankers of Kossuth County to the February meeting. Wrist Watch Missing LuVehne —. Mrs Pifhara Foil vi.^hes to report thet ?ince thp time of the accidental death ot her husband, J3ec. 2, his Hclsburg* 'lime-Q'Matic gold \yrUt waU-'h hap been missing. Anyone kflo^f ing the where abouts gf the watch, please centact her *t the Foicst F. Fett home. FIGURE Outfits for interchanging your own rubber stamps. $2.35 per set and up. Upper Des I'ub. Co,, phono HOD, CdOPERAf 1VE CREAMERY COMPANY .tanuatr 14, "18S7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That he regular Annual meeting of the itockholders and Subscribers to Capital Stock of the Algona Cooperative Creamery Company, according to Ar- 'Icle Ten of the Articles of Incotpora- ion, shall be held In Algona, Iowa, in the last Saturday In January, for the purpose of election of directors 'or the coming year and for receiving and If approved ratifying and con- ,'lrmlng alf the acU and proceeding! of the Board of Directors of the Cor- loratlon done and taken during the preceding year, and for the transaction of such further andtother business as may properly come before this meeting. The Annual Meeting will be held In the Company Office on January 26, 1957 The President will call the meet* ing to order at 2:00 O'clock p.m. Yours vorv t — 'Iv. ALGONA COOPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY M. P. Christiansen, Secretary (Published January 17-24, in the Algona (la.) Upper DCS Moines) NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL State of Iowa us. In District Court Kossuth County No. 7107 November Term. 1956 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU AHE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That an instrument of -writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Robert C. LaBarre, Deceased, dated May 29. 1B52, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the 2blh day of January. 1957, Is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock a.m., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, If any they have, why instrument ohould not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, January 16, 1987. Alma Pearson Clerk of the District Court Linnan & Lynch, Attorneys Algona, Iowa (Published Jan. 17, 1957, in The Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Moines) NOTICE OF PROBATE OF. WILL State of Iowa ss. In District Court Kossuth County No. 7196 November Term, 1955 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament or Jesse Waltman, Deceased, dated September 13, 1951, having been this day filed, opened and read, Friday the 15th day of February, 1957, is fixed for heating proof of same flLQ 112 Court House In Algona. Iowa, oetore the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock a.m., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, January 14, 1957. Alma Pearson Clerk of the District Court Shumway. Kelly & Fristedt, Attorneys Algona, Iowa (Published Jan. 17, 1957, in The A gona (Iowa) Upper Des Moines) Cold Weather means "HOT" USED CAR BARGAINS 1955 CHEVROLET Four-dr. Sedan 6 - cylinder, power glide, two-tone blue finish, very clean. 1953 CHEVROLET Four-dr. Sedan with radio, beautiful block finish, 1953 CHEVROLET Two - door hat low mileage, a cream puff. 1952 CHEVROLET Four-dr. Sedan, power glide and radio. 1951 FORD V-8 Four-door Sedan, overdrive, radio, heater. 1950 CHEVROLET Two - door Sedan. 1951 PACKARD Four door, new rings. 1949 PORP V-8 Two-dr,, overdrive, radio, heater — very sharp. TRUCK BARGAIN 1949 CHEVROLET 2-Ton Truck with 2-speed axle — good rubber. # Kossuth Motors Ph. 200 Algwio CONSUMERS CONSUMERS DOUGHNUTS CONSUMERS PLAIN DO-NUTS Baked Fresh Hourly N CONSUMERS 19el These Prices "SIZZLE" Even If It's 20 Below! YOU REALLY SAVE ON THIS ONE! HALF-POUND SIZE 'SUNSET' DRIP OR REGULAR COFFEE for Less 1 "Sunset" is a brand that has received wide acceptance . . . because it's good, it's Vacuum-Packed, it costs less ! "GARDEN" BRAND HERSHEY COCOA 29$ YOU SAVE PLENTY ON "SKIPPY" GIANT JAR PEANUT BUTTER 59$ AND U SAVE'AGAIN ON "FIRESIDE" Marshmatlows 2 REG. SIZE «« ANOTHER BIG SAVING - STOCKTON CATSUP 2 bottles 29$ NO. 2'/i CANS APRICOTS..... JforSI Sparkling Fresh to Brighten Winter Meals ! LARGE HEAD LETTUCE.. 2 heads 29c FRESH CUCUMBERS.......... 2JorlSc GREEN PEPPERS Each 5c JONATHON APPLES 4Lbs. 49c TEXAS JUICE ORANGES.. 3 doz. 59c Buy These By the Vz Box, Full Box, Bushel At Special Truckload Prices TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT 15 for 59c MRS GRIMES REG. CANS PORK ri BEANS 6lor59c WHOLE KERNEL REG. CANS CORN NIBLETS...J for 89c STOKELEY'S FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 6for98c GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 'C 89c S 49c FIFTY-POUND BAG $3.79 U per roll • CONSUMERS MEAT OEPARTM ENT SOAP Specials I BOX TREND L BOXES Sweetheart SOAP 4 Giant Bar, GROUND BEEF Fresh Lean All-Meat 4 Ib Cudahy's "Puritan" U. S. Choice C&dahy's "Puritan" U. S, Choice b. 59 Excellent For 'Stewing Swift's Brookfield Cheese "SEA.PAK" FISH STICKS Regularly 39c Package / SUMER COOKED OR UNCOOKED LOW PRICES EVERY

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