The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1957 · Page 47
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«.) U PP ,f DM Maine* Thursday, fcbfuory 14, t«7 ; Birthday Party Mrs Howard Lowfnan gave n - party Sunday evening in honor • of her husband's birthday. Guests were her mother, Mrs Katie Sch• roeder, Arthur Schroeder, Mr *J and Mrs Roy Chrischilles of „, Fenton; Mr and Mrs Henry Schroeder of Lone Rock, Mr an X' Mrs Henry Schmeling and son » of Whittemore. 500 was p]aye< • and high score prizes wore won r ££ . y V1, hur Schroeder. and Mrs „ Chriscfhilles. Low score prize - went to Craig Schmeling and Mrs £ Katie Schroeder. Mrs Chrischil „, les won the travel prize. - Family Birthday Supper ~ A family supper was given ^ Sunday evening for Mrs Nellie „ VanAllen at the home of son-in- Ja\v and daughter, Mr and Mrs -,, -- ....vi v. K *M C . t 4|k\.« ] 1*41 Cillll i*ll;> William Bestenlehner in honor of her birthday. Others- there were the honoree's sister and brother- in-law. Mrs Ether Benson, Mrs Ray Cook and Mr and Mrs James Van Allen, and cousins. Mrs Tim O'Brien and Mrs Alice Sanders of Brilt and Tim O'Brien. The evening was spent socially. Mrs Van Allen had as a gift a phone call to her daughter, Mrs Lloyd Keith, at Burbank, Calif. Honored At Shower Mrs Kenneth Parrish was honored at a baby shower Wednesday night. Feb. 6, at the Jack Stevens home. Mrs Stevens and Mrs Bill Cummings were hostesses. Dessert was followed by bridge at 7:30. Mrs Jim Scott won high score prize and Mrs Larry Knoll low score prize. Loits Creek Ladies Immantiel Lutheran Ladies of Lotts Creek met at the church Feb. 8, with Mrs Tom Schueller and Mrs. Erwin Wetzel as host esses. Mrs Ray Lanbs and Mr? Art Kressin entertained. Mr Stanley Opheim is a new mem ber. Rev. Braner gave the took It was decided to buy 12 card tables. The next meeting, wit] a Passion film, will have a. hostesses Mrs Lydia WeUel and Mrs Ed vvichtendahl. The entertainment committee wtl be Mrs Edwin Lieb and Mrs Edwir Leudtke. YounSf Married Club the young married co'uples club of the Trinity Lutheran Church wij meet on Sunday, *eb. 17. at 8 p.m. in the church basement. All couple whose ages total 70 or below are welcome to come. In charge of entertainment are Mr and Mrs David Smith. Mr and Mrs Harlan Haas and Mr and Mrs Harold Peter. In charge of the refreshments are Mr and Mrs Ouane Dreyer, Mr and Mrs Games Ackerman and Mr and Mrs Howard Ratwy. Valentine Tea A Valentine Ten. sponsored by St, Ann Auxiliary. Tuesday afternoon. Feb. 12, was attended by 100 women from all over the county. Dr. Izaac Shohet of Bode, who vas educated in Lebanon, pre- ented an interesting talk on the Middle East. Mrs Richard Norton poured, social hostesses wer Mrs Don Prieskorn and Mi James Milder and Dr. Shone was introduced by auxiliary president, Mrs L. E. Linnan. Newcomers Club Met Newcomers Club met at th Legion Hall Thursday night, Feb 7. Hostesses were Mrs*Richarc Wiese. Mrs Harley Waller and Mrs Russell Buchanan. Cards were played with Mrs Lee Price Iw'gh in bridge, Mrs Jack Stevens nigh in 500, and Mrs Al Rode won ..-,. Club Met The Riwrdate Friendly club met Feb. 6 at the ton* «f MajKieleae Seller, with Mrs Hubert O'Brien assisting hostess Mrs A««ss\»st Bt-rnau and Mirs Julius Capesius entertainment cu were played a«d there wis exchange s>f valentine Next cneetit\sj will >>« x *•» home i>f Mrs J, P. ~' with Mrs w. Ladies Guild of St. Benedict are sponsoring a card party at the St. Benedict sjsfqo! W Suftda? evening, Feb. 17,' » FARM SAU CAUNOAt ; If* Stfutdiajr <«. ScWlckeJ- 1 n< >W and good machinery. Qulnn man & Kltngaman dair> disper- * Oldertberg, aucUoneers; State se41 ot - L ««yard, clerk. whrf,' , -, . Sale high grade Holsteins, Farm locat- dellls next week (j ?. J* 4 ^ 6 ^? 9* Emmetsburg, Tutwday. Feb. 28 «- Russell Lloyd Berkland and Chafles Harris sale, 1 W., 2 N. and 2 W. Quinn. auetJoneerl; Cylinder State Bank, clerk. Sale details last week, ^ ute, Quinn, auetJonwrs; Fswrsw to the ^jj MJi .Mar., 3uu. and :he door prize. Two guests, Mrs Jarold MSyer and Mrs John Swartz, were present. Farmers! See The Farm & Home Section Ad On ALLIS-CHALMERS NO. 110 FRONT END MANURE SPREADER Pome In and Let Us Tell You About It ! BRADLEY BROS. Portland Club The Portland Prv«r«sst ., makers will me«t Thursday. " -t 1:45 jx.ni, at lh< S. R Parsons^ *-w«uo<i.M«; iostesses will be Mrs IX Etotfe, \frs G. Bergerud and MJTS Q, arsen. The program wUI incite lesson on window treatment bv :rs Clitf Young and Mrs Bob Harvey. Any lady in' the township may attend. < Hosts Al 500 Mr and Mrs George Simons entertained their 500 club af their farm home Sunday nigh Prizes for men went to Bill Dearchs,- travel and hish. Lee Schenck. low. Ladies, Mrs Raj Mertz, high, Mrs Herman Thil ges, low. fVft^H IteMwMqr — w^ jfiuV $w«tes wcsS tiff r/ainVow "tfSfcwaSt*, txwnpjete line £«*>« KWsMnery ant wstrsfc. Quinn & Yunse- '*-•!*«*$. Titonka Sav- derk. Sale details rris saie, i w., A n. ana & w. Whittemore. Complete closing out. Lloyd Berkland and Jay Arnold, auctioneers; Farmer's — Armor State Bank, Whittemofe, clerk., ful! Wednesday, Feb. 27 — Wm. _.,— jt & Broesder complete closing out Sec UT 11 y sale starting at 1 p.hi. at the farm details today, I located 2 miles : west arid 4Vt .t «^"*.rs: v -" "* °' Ringsted,lor 3 miles west and 3ft miles starts IQ&O-aoiu 8 tractors, other south of Burt. Complete line of machinery. Sale details in UDM machinery, 35 shorthorn cattle, 20 todav. park & Clark, auction- Duroc sows, 30 feeder pigs. -—, - irst Trust & "* ' »<..-».. • .. Armstronj!!, clerk. 19. Tuesday — George i-v»-i'J* closing out sale. Deto*.later. Canceled. Th««ta|. Feb. «'*- Lars Skaar sale*, north and e$st of Swea City ^•nplete line power machinery! -; Vthttelace Hejfers, Quinn and Yungebers, auctioneers, Ledyard State Bank, Clerk. Details today. Wednesday, Feb.' SO W H Sarger sale, 5*4 N. Swea City on blacktop; 50 head livestock, ma- ehmery. etc. Fischer & Clark auctioneers; Swea City State nk, Swea City, clerk UDM today. J> *' Friday. Feb. 22 — Kenneth auvuuii-1 **i."vv owwa, ou lecucr pigs. Savings. I Quinn & Yungeberg, auctioneers, Iowa State Bank, clerk. New Lions New members of the Algona I i£l nS Club ? re Maynard Miller, Miles Slonicker, James R. Kolp, I Oliver S. Carlson and Dr. N. F. I Chapman, it has been announced Frank Moulton, club presi CORRECTION R, i Busch closmg , estate, Gerled, out, including In Graham's Depf. Store Full Page on Page 6 of 3rd Section Plastic Drapes Should be PerP<|ir-$1.00 v Pot Luck Supper Members of the Plum Creek ^.^ U4 Mlc i-iuui v^i et?K women s Club are having a pot- uck supper Wednesday in the social rooms of the St. Thomas Episcopal church. Those who attend are requested to hiring heir own dishes and silver. Mrs Johanna Hansen entertain- d a few friends at a card party aonday afternoon. Guests were Irs Clarence Nielsen and Mrs Jalph Stoll, of LuVerne, Mrs Ted Fuchsen, Mrs Henry Guder- lan and Mrs Art Wiese. The Xi Xi chapter will meet Tuesday evening with Mrs Walter Schildknecht. Guild Circles To Meet Circles 1 and 2 of the Catholic or PROBATE °r WILL K6»uth Counts. 55 ' fa Distriet Court TV, N l°T , ~~,l\, February Term. 1P57 ^•ni^»v H T?^iJ T MAY CONCERN "iOL ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED. That ?n h 1 " 8 h U "l ent , of wrltin * PurpiAine \,,n? i i 3 * 1 ^*? 1 anct Testanient of Anna U Fairbanks. Deceased, dated The tnoney you save M gas than pay for your A. R, WOOD Ytftf**/* GAS BROODER Tfte ONLY Gos Brooder wltk these teatons ... • MUITI.BIWKCM • PUSH TUBES « INDIVIDUAUY ADJUSTABLE NON-CIOG PHOTS • STAINLESS STEEL PILOT ADJUSTING SCREWS SEE AT THERMOGAS of ALGONA South Phillips St. Completely Equipped To Take Care of Your Needs • opened and read. Monday the clay of February 1537 is "fix^rf for hearing proof of simc at'the Court House m Alsuna. Iowa, before theToS- tricl Court of said County, or the Clerk of «,d 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 c-n.se. it any they hive, whv instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last WUI and Testament of said de<-eased. at Algona, Iowa, February 13. Alrna Pearson C.erk of the District Court Ljr.n.i:-. ^ Lynch. At;ome\-s Algona. Iowa Cpp^r Des Mou-.cs, Februar*- 14. 195T) ; T ^ NOTICE OF PROBXTE OF VflU. \ >t.i:e of Iowa stnc! Court | iTO I YOl- ARE H£a£BY"NOTIFiED'^St' , an U'.iTru.isent of wntirtg parporWoe 1 u; t* the S=s; WiU and Te/U!£?"tl?f i . Ke: ::'f t; " . Bas ^"- D«*i*«!. d,-j!ed Marcn A.M FARM AUCTION ^y^SJT^^^y^^^ •*>«* a-Hon -on ihe'to . 1^4 miles <»<« =r,j i/. ._"i. ™. rvuigion on Diagonal street road lh™ Tr» . ••• -***•» awuiji OI nules east and % south of SALE TO START AT 12:30 P.M. LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS lit? 1951 John i' IOW Cultivator. 2-row Cultivator. Deere 27 Cornpicker MACHINERY with fer- . nois -' ev or, overhead wagon 1950 John Deere Power Mower, with hydraulic Power John Deere 2— 14-in. Plow. ' 14 - in - Hydraulic with power John Deere 8-ft. Tandem Disc. John Deere IS-ft. Disc. Harrow 4-section Flexible Evener John Deere 8-ft. Field Cultivator Massey-Harris 10-ft. Grain Drill. International 10-fi. Dump Rake. 1951 Home Sprayer. J 0 °K? n anur f, Loader wilh John Deere Hay Loader. Clipper Fanning MilL wilh scoop. boxes - 1949 DODGE TRUCK THREE TRACTORS Oil-burning Tank Heaier. Power Lawn Mower. Chicken Brooder, oil burnicg. Chicken Feeders. IK Ton HOUSE TRAILER BUILDINGS 1954 1950 John Deere John Deere 60 B Traclor Tracior C A v r '^ rt ' 3 -- Mor.iijy she "»jth :-.s prt>-: o: j^-.e ai i--]s Couri «' jr. Aljcr.j. I^.ia. Nrfort th< D:s. -~: jj.d Court, ar.c as Ten o'clcci v: :.-.* cay ibo** cvens»n*-d ill •:-.» ir.lereste-d in? S-.*r«b.v r.c.'.-':^-- :tf<;u;rtd so apr^ir. i '. i: a::> tr.i-v ;-jve. IA - « sets John Deere tractor wheel weights. 47,100 LBS. MISCELLANEOUS — Trailer House with bunk ssur-i^a sat sswir'caLarsfc- 6 pen Hog House. 18x14 ft. Chicken Brooder House. --- Brooder house. Norton Hog Feeders. AB Bldgs. in 1st Class Shape WITH COMBINATION GRAIN & STOCK RACK 12 EWES Blackfaced SOME WITH LAMBS AT SIDE R l?p R f nc M u, * 4 °° BALES ° F NICE BRIGHT STRAW BALES OF NICE GREEN ALFALFA scale; 8- «•» ^5;:: USUAL Aucnox TEBMS ...-. Unjx-r Ek-> lii- Will ^?<-^, F,r-ir> I.--." ~ . • ~ ---* -——•* •4«**ww«At f<o»aurB QT68SG other tools too numerous to mention; 600-?b! port" NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS A ..^» 'v^ax-wnoioi^t. r<JK ACCIDE1 --. JL LEMKEE 1 "' L **»- crr-ftDT-i-vr c-~,*——, _.. _ SECURITY STATE BANK. Clerk Chrischilles Store Dollar-Savers-Friday & Saturday V&ss&Jfciyfcwwi--- W^J I Bedspread Special We ire ofiering 12 extra" heavy Bed- %x:s-*? spreads ircm our ---A.---a»3 tegular iiock. All on while. For this two-day event en- 8.98 KKtH ARLY Quadriga Percale Our at thLt «k of prke. tfei, pereak aad aoiid ^ t big h«fgala. PER YD. Towels and Wash Clothes A special group of b*n*r CALLAWAY and pne^d tot dearknce — nn« quaiirr in ex- e-Jooking Ja- Patterns. 3yds. 1 19c to 1.19 PRICES SLASHED FOR DOLLAR DAYS THE CHRISCHIllES STORE "K«" Sorensen Grocery DOLLAR DAYS SPECIALS Cut Your U-D-M "Nickel" From Front Pago Of This Newspaper And Spend In Our Store Friday or Saturday! LEAN HAM\& BEEF GROUND HAM LOAF Mix...2ibs.^iieo ARMOUR'S ALL MEAT SKINLESS FRANKS 3 Ibs. 1.00 "HI-LO BRAND" (4 LBS.) 2 Ib. Box CHEESE FOOD 2 bxs. $1 PUHE . 1 LB. ROLLS PORK SAUSAGE ... 3 rolls 1.00 MOUNT HOPE — FRESH — KRAFT LONGHORN CHEESE ... Ib. 49c "THE BEST IN TOWN" LEAN GROUND BEEF...... 3Ibs. 98c U. S. GOOD OR CHOICE — WELL TRIMMED BEEF CHUCK ROAST ... Ib. 43c Your Choice — Swift's Premium. Armour's Star, Path's Blackhawk FRESH SLICED BACON . Ib. 59c 'FRESH FROZEN DRESSED NORTHERN PIKE .... 3 Ibs. LOO LAMB - FRYERS - FRESH OYSTERS FANCY NO. 1 GRADE JDAHO RUSSETS... IS Ibs. 1.00 "YUM" FROZEN Z STRAWBERRIES.... 5pkgs. 1.00 STANDBY~~~ WHOLE KERNEL CORN . 8 cans $1 STANDBY " " FRUIT COCKTAIL.. 4 cans 1.00 SUNGIRIOLEO 4 Ibs. 1.00 SKYLAND FANCY COLORADO FREESTONE PEACHES . 2 for FANCY FRESH CRISP NO 2V, CAN SNO MAID — FRESH SHIPMENT DELICIOUS APPLES . K box 2.98 GENUINE JERSEY ~~ ' - ' - 2lbs.27c All Standby 1-46 oz. PineappU Juice 1-lg. Can Sliced Pineapple C °" Crushed Pineapple Miie Cr M ,h. Plneqpp), All Pillsbury 5 Ibs. Flour Pie Crust Mix Kit Cake, all flavor* All For All For STANDBY PITTKD PIE CHERRIES 4 cons 1. •"" i ..I Sorensen Grocery

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