The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1957 · Page 14
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V *-Afeene do.) Upper DM MelfiM Thorsdoy, Feb. 2t, 195? National Guard Enlistments Open ..i's Nation;^ (luai Bittteiy B ..f the UMlo ! lillery K-'tUilii'n. is ;!itcr :ii It ,i-<, 35 m \v :-nrn>hers in a th:vr :;•>-•; How tit'.'il Feb. '13. The annual Keerliifmen Day. rr swearing in c(-ii» i ir.- i ny. will lake pl;K-e Saturday. I"''"'• -•*• The lociil ("ruaitl unit roulii handle up to 40 more cnlis'.nienN. find any youth 17 or "V<>v is i-h- pible if physically f.it. Enli.-'l- rnrnts am for IITIIHS of th:ec ytars. for ne\v rnlisttmrnts. or cno year for those with service discharges prior to August of 1 955. The compulsory six month? active duty docs not lies in until April 1. so those joining now do so under Ilic present basis of .i'tC'Tidim: \\Tokly drills and two HTvks <>f summer camp. Cant am Del Carver is command nm of fit cr of the local unit. ;<nd Jitr' K( Hy is in rhargt? the Armory here and mav be for furth formation. C;rll PIGEON A banded carrier pigeon was shot in Ml. Pleasant last week. in a .-upervised attempt to thin out tin 1 pi i?: con population of that city. The bird carried the band, '•A4-;>(ik-6fW". INSTRUCTION IN DIESEL HEAVY EQUIPMENT Men are now being selected to train for the Diesel and Heauy Equipment Industry. High pay and future security are the benefits of! a trained and qualified Diesel man. If you are mechanical minded write to us for free infor- /1 malion without obligation as to how you may become a part of this rapidly; expanding industry in ... * Diesel Mechanics • Diesel Paris * Diesel Operation • Diesel Sales We will give you complete details about possibilities for you in this field. Write at once to: TRACTOR TRAINING SERVICE, INC., Box 69, Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa. SPECIAL NOTICE ' TO ALL OLD CUSTOMERS AND NEW ONES, TOO WILLE'S CANVAS AND UPHOLSTERY SHOP NOW OPEN IN NEW LOCATION At 206 West State St. \ (Next To J & L Motor Co.) I wish to announce that I have opened my new shop on West State street, and I will be most happy to talk with you on your upholstery problems, or any canvas work, including made to order tarps. I have been with Holcomb's Upholstery.Shop for the past ten months, and may have had the pleasure of serving you there. I specialize in furniture re-upholstering, auto upholstery, and canvas work. Full line of samples shown. Yours sincerely - HAROLD WILLE Over 900 At Farmers Open House Made-To-Order UPHOLSTERING WILLE'S CANVAS AND UPHOLSTERY SHOP WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER PUBLIC AUCTION / The heirs of Anna Kahler will offer for sale the home and other property at the house three blocks south of St, John's Catholic church at Bancroft on SATURDAY, MARCH 2 Beginning at 1:30 p.m. 7-ROOM HOUSE Former home of Anna Kahler, deceased, located on lot 9 and the south half of lot 9 of Outlet 1 of Moorehouse's Second Addition at Bancroft. The successful bidder will be required to make a down payment of 10 percent of the purchase price pnd enter into a contract for a warranty deed the day of the sale. This contract shall provide that the sellers fhall have a period of approximately 6 months in which to close the estate of Anna Kahler, deceased, and to thow the proceedings upon the abstract. PERSONAL PROPERTY 5 rockers; dining room table and 6 chairs; kitchen table and 6 choirs; large cupboard; buffet; sewing machine; Frjgidaire; washing machine; electric iron; davenport; bookeas*; center table; 3 beds; 2 dressers; 2 wash itand*; «h«t of drawers; hand lawn mower; and other Items. Alva Kahler - Glen Kahler Ex*5uiP« cf th« Esti of Ann* K«hJ*r, 4tcjMM»& tW*i oj Amu* Caih * ftidtff 8»vina« iufe, ftuiffifftii, clerk. Well over 900 farmers and their families attended ihe two-day Farmers Open Mouse held last Friday and Saturday at Bradley Bros, here, with the local firm and Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. acting as joint hosts. Refreshments were served throughout the event, and a unique display was that of the world's largest tractor -tire, produced by Firestone. Winners df the free door prizes at the Bradley Bros, event were: Win. Kenne, Irvington, pair of front tractor tires; Mrs Lester Gray, Algona RR, pair of front tractor tires; Richard Balk, Algomi RH, five gallons tractor oil. Representatives of the Firestone company, R. E. Parrish, Algona, and Glenn Hamilton, Des Moines, assisted in staging the party. Ann hospital in Alpona and it was reported that he showed a slight improvement Monday noon. St. Paul's Lutheran Ladies Aid Society met Thursday. The serving committee was Mrs Lawrence Gade, Mrs Forrest Gilmore, Mrs Edwin Greinert and Mrs Dora Faulstich. Mr and Mrs F,lmer Ruhnke and daughter Jeanett and son Everett of Lotts Creek were last week Tuesday evening callers at the home'of Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith. . Mrs Melvin A. Elbert went to Clarion Friday to help, take care of her little granddaughter Debbie, daughter of Mr and Mrs Terry B. Behlmer, who was suffering with intestinal flu. Mr and Mrs Edward Maahs, grandparents, visited the Behlmer home Sunday and reported the little miss on the road of recovery. Mr and Mrs Harold Heinrich entertained at a six o'clock dinner Sunday evening in honor of their tenth wedding anniversary. Their guests included Mis Fred Gcebel and son Fred Jr. Mr and Mrs Herman Schultz and family, Mr and Mrs Henry Schroeder and family, Mr and Mrs Henry Wagner and family, all of Fairmont, Minn. Mr and Mrs A. F. Diersen and family of Fairmont were Friday evening visitors with the HeinrJch's. Lomboldts at Lyle, Minn. Herman Plathe and his brother, Mrs Charles Plathe are spending a few weeks vacation in Florida. Rome Robinson has been on sick list the past week. Licenses To Wed To 2 Couples Wedding licenses were issued during the past week to two couples at the office of Alma Pearson, district court clerk here. They went as follows: f e b f _ Irvin Brandt, Ledyard, and Marian Klinksiek, La- F0b 8 — Raymond E. Sorensen, Ringsted, and Violet Miller, Ledyard. DIES One of Iowa's oldest residents died February 5. She was Mrs Pauline Schemel, 97, who was born in Canada in 1859, nnd lived many years in Iowa in the Algona area. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividend* RETIRES H. C. Batty of Rock ford has completed 52 years of banking service, retiring recently from the First State Bank there after serving as its cashier for the past 27 years. ANNOUNCEMENT Shillington's RftJVMCW "H3tlStP**tKJUF" ~ 1 -fSF" •—;•••• "".;?*. BARBER SHOP Open For Business In West Half of Sigsbee Bldg. I f Barbering In Algona Five Years Formerly,. In fhe^JEox Barber Shop. JAMES SHILLINGTON Doan Woman's Club Elects '51 Officers Doan — The Doan Woman's Club met at. Mrs Mary Young's on Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 13. They had election of officers as follows: Mrs Gordon Davidson was elected president; Mrs Ross Struthers, vice president; and Mrs Dale Struthers, secretary £« treasurer. The lesson was given by Nola Hoover and Olga Hanna. Farewell For Canadays Mr and Mrs Clarence Canaday and family were honored at a farewell party by about 50 close neighbors and friends at the Plum Creek Center School on Friday evening, Feb. 15. The evening's entertainment was playing "500". Mrs Gordon Davidson won high for the women and Cliff Hoover high for the men. Mrs Cliff Hoover won low for the women and *Tom Sampson low for the men. After refreshments were served by the neighbors and friends, the farewell gift, a pretty rose colored wool blanket and two rubber foarrj pillows were presented to the 'Clarence Canaday family. They will be moving to a farm south of Algona on March 1st. • Irvington By Marguerite Mulligan PUBLIC SALE AT THE FARM on ihe Old Davis Farm located S'/z miles east of Livermore on Highway 222 Wednesday/ February SALE STARTS 12 NOON FULL LINE OF FARM MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT 1954 Super H Int. tractor; 1946 Mpls. Z tractor; 1940 Mpls. "R" tractor with power lift; Mpls. 4-row cult, with Z mounting; 2 row Int. cultivator; 1954 Mpls. 4 row planter, fertilizer attachment, power chek, and 200 rods wire and payout stakes; 1950 Mpls. 2-row pull type corn picker; 1949 J-D 12-^ combine with motor; 1951 Mpls. Moline tractor mower; 1951 Mpls. Moline 15 ft. disc; 1954 J-D 4 row rotary hoe; 1948 Int. Vi ton pickup with boxes; 1953 Case 2-16 plow on rubber; 1949 J-D 50 ft. elevator; 1954 Stan- hoist; Case 14 ft. springtooth harrow; J-D model H tractor-spreader; stalk cutter, PTO driven; J-D 10 ft. PTO binder, converted to winrower; 4-section harrow; 1951 Mpls. M. side delivery rake; Case 2-16 plow on steel; 1949 Int. endgate seeder. And many other smaller items. Wm. Boldridge Sr. came home Saturday after having been a medical patient at St. Ann hospital for two weeks. His daughter, Mrs A. Grace, of Des Moines visited him over Sunday. Mr and Mrs B. Capesius and Jeanne returned last week from Texas where they visited their daughter Maxine, the Mr and Mrs James McCaffreys there. Mr and Mrs Charles Reaper drove to Des Moines Sunday to visit Mrs Myrtle Hunt who recently had surgery. Mr and Mrs Robert Skilling are rejoicing over arrival of their third grandson Randv Joseph Skilling who arrived on Feb. 14th at St. Ann hospital. Mr and Mrs Gerald Frankl entertained at a birthday dinner Sunday for their daughter Janella and nephew Pete Frankl. Guests were Mrs Marie Frankl, Mr and Mrs B. A. Frankl and sons Matt and Pete, Bill Hall, Yes Hayes and Marguerite Mulligan. Donald Frankl df Minneapolis visited here on Wednesday and Thursday of the past week. Steven McMahon is spending this week at the home of his maternal grandparents, the Otto Mr and Mrs John Kiley and two sons Johnny and Earnest spent Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Lee Kiley. Mr and Mrs Dale Struthers ''and Kirk spent Sunday of last "Week at the Elbert Thorsen home near Ottosen. Mr and Mrs Glen Hain of Algona visited at the Cliff Hoover home on Wednesday afternoon. Mark Searcy of Tj'uman, Minn: has been helping Clarence Canaday some the last couple weeks helping Clarence get some things moved to the farm where they are going to move. Janet Cunningham was a guest of Diane Boekelman near Titonka on Thursday night to help Diane celebrate her birthday. Mr and Mrs Lee Struthers and family visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Dale Struthers over Saturday and Sunday. Mr and Mrs Louis Kent were evening guests at the Clarence Canaday home on Wednesday, Feb. 13, which was Mrs' Clarence (Jean) Canaday's birthday. Lynn Struthers spent the weekend from Friday evening until Sunday afternoon at the Dale Struthers home. Carroll Sabin spent part of last week visiting with his cousins, Russell and Steven Canaday. Mr arid Mrs Gordon Davidson were pleasantly surprised on .Thursday noon, Feb. 14, when Mr 'and Mrs Ray Cunningham and family, Mr and Mrs Fred Asa, Mr Bryan Asa and Mr John Asa came to help them celebrate their wedding anniversary. We're Expecting You On JOHN DEERE DAY Monday, Feb. 25 at the LONE ROCK LEGION HALL Free Lunch - Free Show Free Prizes • Show Starts At 1 :00 P.M. We're Expecting You — Come and Enjoy Yourself i Flaig Implement Lone Rock, Iowa I JOHN COMB 10 CROSS-BRED SOWS - Hay & Straw - Hog Equipment - Dairy Equipment — Chicken Equipment - Household Goods BO Leghorn Hens JOHN 0. HANSEN Auctioneers; ANDERSON £ KLEYE Clerk; Farmers Stale Bank, LuYerne *~*~ Geo. Wichtendahls Observe 35th Anniversary Whittemore — A 35th wedding anniversary dinner was held Thursday evening at the Johnson House in Algona for Mr and Mrs George Wichtendahl.' The guests included Mr and Mrs Harlan Wichtendahl and Gordon Ireland of Algona, Mr and Mrs Delbert Wichtendahl and Mr and Mrs Gordon Jenson of Whittemore, Selnia and Emogene Wichtendahl of West Bend and Mrs Bernard Wichtendahl of Ottosen. Immediately after the dinner the honored couple and their guests went to the Gordon Jensen home whre they were joined by Mr and Mrs Henry Wichtendahl and the evening was spent playing cards. Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith left Friday noon for Albert Lea, where they visited at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Walker returning home Monday. Mr Joseph Loebach Sr. suf» fered another . stroke Sunday morning. 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