The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 17, 1957 · Page 11
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Auxiliary At Ledyard Has Initiation Of i . a—The American Legion Auxiliary met Tuesday night Jan. 8, in the Legion Hall. Special puests were Mrs Fern Peterson. County Auxiliary President of Swen City, Mrs Curtis Klueger, and Mrs Kenneth Kollasch, Unit President of the Swea City Auxiliary. One Junior member, Snndta WilladSen was present. Another guest was Diane Doocy. Main feature, of the evening was Initiation of new members^ •conducted by Mrs Fern Peterson, assisted by Mrs George McKin- hon, Ledyard Auxildaiy President. Others who assisted in the initiation were Mrs Alvin Busch, Mrs Bernard Reilly, Mrs Met Hnag. Mrs Melvin Rusch, Mrs Zilphy Hardt and Mrs Marvin Lloyd. Six new members were initiated. They were Mrs Tim Doocy, Mrs Carlyle Engelby, Mrs Glenn Klocke, Mrs John Manthei, Mrs Kenneth Reeoe and Mrs Leo Willadsen. One new member, Mrs Paul Gelhaus, was unable to be present. The Auxiliary will have a card party for Auxiliary members and their husbands, and the Legion members and their wives, on Monday evening, Jan. 28th. Thp committee consists of Mrs Carlvle Engelby, Chairman, Mrs Tim Doocy, and Mrs Mel Haag. A delicious lunch was served by Mrs Ted Gieen. Mr and Mrs C. L. Egesdal went to Des Moines on last Sunday where they attended the Ice Follies. The Neighborhood Birthday club met last Monday evening at the home of Mrs Marie Halvorson honoring the birthdays of Mrs Halvorson and Mrs Lena Warner. The evening was spent visiting and each honored guest received manv lovely gifts. A delicious lunch was served. Mr and Mrs Ervin Klinksiek and children and their nephew Craig Thilges returned last weekend from Los Angeles where they had spent the holidays at the home of Mrs Klinksiek's sister and family, the Lawrence Maynes. Thev also attended the Rose Bowl parade and game. Mr and Mrs E. Kerr of Los Angeles, who have been spending several months visiting relatives in this vicinity spent last week at the home of Mrs Kerr's sister, Mrs Lena Warner. The Auxiliary is sponsoring a clothes drive for Hungarian refugees. Clothing may be left at the Bashara Grocery or at thr Egesdal Grocery on Saturday, Jan. 19. This clothing will be packed for mailing on Monday afternoon, Jan. 21, with Mrs Zilphy Hardt, Mrs Perlen Jacobsen, and Mrs Burton Johnson, as volunteers. The Methodist W.S.C.S. met at the church on Thursday aifternoon with the Mafwpircle a$ hostesses. Mrs Lena Wffrner was in charge , Jommry If, Al§efto (la.) Upper Dei Meln*t~S March of Dimes 'Pals' of the' pn Des Moines — Iowa's March of Dimes Polio Mother and the 1957 Polio Child got together recently at a coffee party in Des Moines and it was love and understanding at first sight. They had much in common to visit about. Mrs Irene Pallesen. wife of Reverend George Pallesen, Ring- sled, Iowa, told little Vicki Hayes, age, 6, of Boone that "we were born too soon for Salk Vaccme but we can thank March of Dimes contributions for helping us get going again." Both polio victims are still undergoing steady rehabilitation work at home and, at intervals, in hospitals. Mrs Pallesen, stricken in 1950. now operates her home from a wheel chair, teaches a Sunday School class and last year headed a county March of Dimes drive. Before her marriage, she was head of secondary schools at Fort Dodge, Ibwa. She has been at Warm Springs and other rehabilitation centers and is showing continuing improvement. ' - Vicki Hayes, who contracted paralytic polio in 1952, is in the first grade in the Boone Public Schools system and gets therapy* treatments at home and at Blank hospital in Des Moines. !«which .included on last Tuesday. devotions led by Mrs Marie Halvorson, and article read by Mrs Warner, and several readings by Mrs Ed Looft. An invitation was also received from the Burt W.S.C.S. to visit their society on Friday, Jan. 25. at 2:15 to hear Miss Marian Warner, missionary on furlough from India. Mr and Mrs W. E. Wiemer went to Fort Dodge on Sunday to visit Mrs Wiemer's father, Mr E. E, Williams at Friendship Haven. Mr and Mrs Walter Miller and Priscilla and Mickey of Buffalo Center \v e r e Sunday dinner guests at the Tice Brack-home. Mrs Rose Moulton went to Oelwein pn Friday to visit her i.laughter-in-law and granddaughter, Mrs Marjorie Moulton and Priscilla. Ernest Burrow went to Minneapolis last weekend to see about enrolling at Brown Institute of the Air, where he plans to take a course in Radio Announcing. He will begin at school earl" in Feb. Mrs Richard Schmertzler and daughter Cynthia went to Des Moines on Saturday to visit this week with her sisters, Mrs Geo. Gonias and family and Pegey Mayer. Mrs Marie Halvorson went to Frost on Friday to visit her niece over the. weekend. Marvel went on .Sunday for the day and to bring jfcr mother home. Mr-, fnd Mrs Herman Brandt moved Into' their home in town ToWedBurt Man, March 10 Laurence H. Stroebel, son. of Mr and Mrs Henry St&ebGl*of Burl, will marry the young lady pictured above, on Maroh 10, at Lincoln, Neb. She isMiss Wanda Neuman of kincobi; Tfeb., daughter of Mr and Mrs L, B. Neuman. Laurence is a dental technician at the LincolnAir Force Base. Com plete Dairy Dispersal Sale As we are moving to Clarissa. Minnesota, we wil 1 sell ihe following high grade Holstein dairy herd and other articles io the highest bidder at public auction at the farm located 2 miles west and 4>/2 miles north of Buffalo Center; or 3 miles south. 5 miles east and Vi mile south of Elmore, Minnesota; or 3'/a miles west and. 2 l /tjmiles south of Rake, Iowa, on „._ . ^...,,^- ^ WEDNESDAY, JAN. 23rd atlP.M.' 31 HEAD OF HIGH GRADE HOLSTEINS 8— 1 st caIves, all. fresh 3—2nd calves, 2 fresh, 1 springer l-3rd calf, fresh 3-4th calf, fresh 2-5th calf, fresh These cattle are all TB tested. Some are calf-hood Bangs vaccinated, some Bangs tested, and some are both calf-hood vaccinated and Bangs tested. There will be an individual health paper with each animal. Interested parties may come and see these animals any day before day of sale. 3 heifers just bred 2 open heifers 8 heifer calves 1 Holstein bull 16 months old MILKING EQUIPMENT 2 Unit New Type Surge Milker and pipeline for 14 cows. Surge Hot Water Hester, like new. IHC 4-S Cream Separator. Surge Wash Tank. 12 10-gallon milk cans. 2 8-gallon milk cans. BUILDINGS 14 x 22 Portable Grainery, new 12 x 19 4-pen Hog House. 10 x 14 Brooder House. 8x8 Feed Shed. 2 Feed Bunkers, near new. 54 HEAD OF HOGS (8 head of York-Hamp Pigs, 8 old. 6 Second Litter Hamp Sows, veterinary vaccinated. HAY 1,000 Bales of First Cutting of Alfalfa Hay. 600 Bales of 3rd cutting. MACHINERY Hand corn sheller. Mew Idea manure spreader, steel wheels. John Deere 10-inch Hammer mill and belt. Hog Feeders and Walerers. FURNITURE Super Flame Oil Burning Heating Stove, Chrome Kitchen Table and 4 Chairs. 1 Davenport. USUAL TERMS*-Cash. or make arrangements with your banker. No property to be moved until settled for. We will not be responsible for any accident that might happen on the grounds during sal* time. ROBERT BEHRENDS, Owner QUINN and DeVRlES- Auction**?*. FARMERS TRUST & SAVINGS BANK. Clerk. when you see these prices you'll say we've gone Maybe we have, but it's January and we must "clean. house",.. the more we sell now the less we will i have to count in our year-end inventory! Perfect Quality NYLON HOSE 2 prs. 1.00 Full Fashioned, All Nylon, with reinforced feet. Sizes Bft to 11. Plaid Cotton SHEET BLANKETS Special at 99c Men's FLANNEL SHIRTS Bright Plaids in Suede Flannel. Sale price 2.27 Men's White TEE SHIRTS Sizes Sm., Med., Large 2 for 1.00 Men's Colored SWEAT SHIRTS Royal, Red, Maize in Sm., Med., Large 1.47 Fine Pinwale CORDUROY Solid Colors Special 88c yd. Boys' Fleece Lined SWEATSHIRTS Plain or Character 1.00 SAVE UP TO 5O% AND MORE WOMEN'S FASHIONS Cotton Suede Flannel Robes 2.98 10 Only—Ladies' Winter Coats 15.00 1 Only-Ladies' Shorty Coat, size 12 ... 4.88 Ladies Hats Reduced to 1.00 - 2.00 - 3.00 Ladies' Sweaters Reduced to 3.44 8 Only—Ladies' Corduroy Car Coats 7.77 1 Only—Size 8—Pre-Teen Coat 15.00 33 Only-Ladies' Blouses, orig. 1.98-2.98 1.17 1 Only—Ladies' Duster, size 10, orig. 8.95 2.00 5 Only—Ladies' Raincoats, orig. 16.95 __ 10.00 5 Only-Ladies' Raincoats, orig. 19.95 _ 13.88 7 Only—Ladies' Card Jumpers, orig. 5.95 _ 2.00 9 Only—Ladies' Daytime Cottons 3.00 10 OnJy-Lqdies' Hug-Me-Tight Swtrs. _ 2.00 1 Only—Ladies' Chennille Robe, size 14 _ 94c 7 Only-Ladies' Wool Slacks, orig. 5.95 _ 2.99 3 Only-Ladies' Suits, orig. 13.95 7.00 ACCESSORIES Black or Red Bead Jewelry 69c 1.98 Jewelry marked to 1.00 Reg. 1.00 Jewelry marked to 66c, Ladies' Belts, orig. 1.00 _,. 69c 28 Only-Ladies' Dress Gloves, orig. 1.98 1.00 20 Only-Ladies Dress Gloves, orig. 1.00 69c 13 Only—Ladies' Headwarmers, orig. 1.98 $1 1 Only-Ladies' Umbrella, orig. 1.98 ___ 47c 1 Only—Ladies' Umbrella, orig. 2.98 ___ 97c GIRLS WEAR 2 Only-Girls' Suits, 1-7, 1-10, orig. 8.95 3.97 Girls' Poplin Jeans — Lined , 3.00 5 Only-Girls' Poplin Car Coats, orig. 8.95 5,00 12 Only—Quilted and Corduroy Jumpers, Reg. 3.95 2.00 Girls' Dresses — 7 to 14, Orig. 2.98 to 3.95 - now 1.00 & 2.00 Girls' Flannel Blouse, reg. 1.98 1.44 Girls' Tee Blouse, reg. 1.98 1.44 5 Only-Girls' Coats, orig. 16.95 9.99 2 Only-Girls' Coats, orig. 19.95 12.00 6 Only-Girls Ranch Pants, 7-14, oria. 2.98 99c Girls' Quilted House Coat, reg. 3.95 _.^ 2.99 INFANTS' WEAR Infants 2-pc. Flannel Sleepers 87c 22 Only-Lined Slacks, 3-6x 1.67 2 Only-Size 1-Coat Sets, Red „ 3.97 3 Only-Size 2-Coat Sets 4.99 3 Only-Baby Shawls-Mint -_-_ 2.99 2 Only—Nylon Pram Suits 3.99 8 Only-Nylon Diaper Pant & Shirt Set, 9 to 18 months 99 C LINGERIE and HOSIERY 9 Only-Ladies Flannel Gowns 1.37 3 Only—Ladies' Rayon Pajamas 97c 9 Onlv—Ladies' Creae Gowns 97e 1 ONLY-Flannel Paiama, size 36 97c 1 Only—Knit Paiama, size small 50e 4 Only-Flannel Coolie Coats 1.47 Nvlon Anklets, dk. color-Broken sizes _ pr. 20« Assorted Angora Anklets 37c ladiii 1 Black Nvlon Slips 2.17 Ladies' Stretch Nylons, small, mod. 77c SCORES OF »A HIM [) MEN'S WEAR ••••MMMMMIMIWMHIMMnMMMMiHMft 20 Pair Men's Cord. Pants 4,77 3 Only-Men's Slipper Sox T.57 14 Only—All Wool Letter Sweaters 4.44 9 Only—Orion Coat Sweaters 4.44 4 Only—Men's Wool Sport Coat, 12.00 4 Only—Men's Top Coats, 18.00 2 Only—Men's Quilt Lined Jacket 6.88 17 Only-Men's AM Wool Suits 28.00 Large Selection Men's Ties 67c 15 Only—Men's Cord Shirts 2.66 Men's Horse Hide Jackets 16.00 6 Only—Men's Slacks ..__ 4.88 1 Only-Size 31-All Wool Slack 4.00 BOYS 1 WEAR I Boys' Flannel Pajamas '. Boys' Flannel Shirts ^__ w •_ ,____ 10 Only—Boys' Wool Sweaters !.___ 5 Only—Boys' Turtle Neck Sweaters ____ Boy's Stretch Anklets ___^ 3 for Boys' Corduroy Shirts 1 Boys' Leather Caps, reg. 1.98 , _J Boys' Asst'd Caps, reg. to 1.98 ___. 1 Only—Boys' Coacher Coat, size 16 ___ Boys' O. D. Carqo Pant ____„__ 2 Only-Boys' Size'7 Cord Front Vest __ 1-Rack Boys' Winter Jackets __,;, \. * . _ , - ™ ™ w —• si™ 16 Only—Small Boys' Button Sweaters __ WOMEN'S, GIRLS, SHOES 1.37 1.37 2.57 1.77 1.27 77c 3.00 1.77 99c 8.77 2,47 Girls' Odd Lot Shoes, size 8 to 3 .... 1,97 Ladies' Odd Lot Play Shoes __, „ 2,00 Ladies' Sport Shoes — odd lots *. 1.97 L. _j *i 4i>, i s TM/r i xx rn ro_fo r~o~ 1 A -' l! '__' 3! 4 ~ ! «' "i'n ' n i n i n~ 8 I BV4J 7 ! 7»/j_| nT'SVi f 9~| 1 I 4 _l 13 ! 2 _! 2 I 2~~| 0 I 6 I 2__|' 1 I 4_J 0 I 1 !2| 1 I 0 lOin ! 0 ! 1""" ! j) ( Overshoot, size 4 to 6 3.44 Indies' Odd lot Dress Shoes „„_„_. 3.97 . 4.97 Men's Odd Lot Dress Shoes „__._ 5.QQ FOR THE HOME 22 Onlv-Flnfcked Dacron Pane! 1,44 11 Onlv-Odd Lot Ready Made Drapes , 2.44 12 Onlv-OddHot Ready Made Drapes _ 3.88 Nylon Pucker Material, r»a, S9c „„ yd, 44e 14 Only-Printed Table Cloths ea. 88c 22 Only-Orion Pillows „ ea, 1.44 9 Onlv-26 Piee« Silver Set _—_ 3,33 Silver Plated Cake PJat» find Server „«„ 3>33 1 Only-68 Piece Set «f Silver, CShesf - 39.88 Indies Skirt Hanaers, Wooden -._ 3 for 88c Blouse Trees, Metal __^__, 2 for 88$ ladies' Plastic Dress Hangers „„__ 8 for 88c Men's Wooden Su't Hanaers ,„„ 3 for lie Chocohte Covered Cherries _„_,„ Box 3Ac Foam Rubber Flakes „..,,„—„.,, 2 bop 88c Plmtie Shoe Bags __,„__ W , 88 C Silicone Ironing teorcl Covers w ,^ www «. P! 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