The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 7, 1957 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 7, 1957
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I Algona, Upp»t DM Mein«t FARM SAll CALENDAR Thu»day. Mat. ?-~W. H. Meyer auction sale slatting at 12:30 o'clock at the farm located 5 mi west and 4 mi. north from Jet. Hys. 169 & 18 at Algona. Complete line of machinery, 14 light steer and heifer calves are included in the sale which wil' have Quinn & Yungeberg a.' auctioneers and the Security State Bank of Algona as clerk Monday, Match 11 — -Keith Smith auction, 1 mi. east and ',-; mi. south of Mallard, starting 12:30. Featuring two Palo Alto farms. 160 A. and 80 A., to be sold. 35 head livestock, 20 dairj Holsteins, full line machinery Ritchie & Arnold, auctioneers. Saturday, Mar. 23 — David Smith farm machinery auction sale, at farm located at the easi edge of Algona. a block north oi McGregor St. on Main St. Quinn & Yungeberg, auctioneers, Iow& State Bank, clerk. Further details later. Wednesday, March 20 — Rob! L. Hutchison Estate Sale, 6 mil(;s south of Titonka on black-top. Featuring a complete line of ex • ceptional farm machinery, srtme new. Also several buildings. Quinn & Yungeberg, auctioneers, Titonka Savings Bank, clerk. Mr-Fay Hutchison, Administratrix Details in Algona Upper Des Moinos next week. Thursday, March 21 — Loui: Miller auction sale, northeast ol Ledyard. This will be a bi^ machinery sale, with 7 or 8 tractors and lots of big machinery. Quinn & Oldenburg, auctioneers. Ledyard State Bank, clerk. Ful! details in Algona Upper De? Moincs next week. Dies Of Heart Attack On Way To Church Last rites for August J. Hemen. 64, vffre held in St. Cecelia Catholic church Monday at 10 a.m. Fr. Lambert Heinen, brother of the deceased, officiated, and burial was in Calvary cemetery. Hamilton's Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Mr Heinen died of a heart attack while on his way to church inertly before 7 a.m. Friday. He- was riding with his daughter, Mrs Jack Mears, at the time of his death. August J., son of Mr and Mr? Lambert Heinen, was born at Milo Nov. 7, 1892.. He farmed for many years in the St. Benedict area, arriving there in I9o0, u years after his marriage to Flossie M.. Clanton at Rosemount. His wife preceded him in death in October last year. Mr Heinen was caretaker of Calvary cemetery hero and recently purchased the Viking Oil Station .at Burt. Survivors include three sons Charles, Wesley; Firman and George, Algona; fivs daughters. Florence (Mrs Roy Hines^, Swea City; Mildred (Mrs Raymond Braddock). Truro; Sister Mary Carol Ann, Albia; and Marie (Mrs Jack Mears), Burt. Five sMokE From DIAMONDS WIGWAM This week, Wigwam him just rocking like thunder from skies with heap Big News! This big-* gest news of all ... for palefaces I . We gcttum big full page ad in this paper today, tellum all. Paleface him turn some more pages, him come to our big Wigwam ad, him better hold onto hat for fly off when read ! Big Chief Bald Eagle him sittum up late nights, put more wood on fire, take big pencil to write ad. We takum to newspaper, say here big ad, puttum in paper, They gettum out big type, settum up ad, put in paper. So Big Chief say turnum pages to big Wigwam ad, take look, Hold onto hat for fly off, read big ad good, then get whole tribe and come to Wigwam but fast! Do not break in door, it unlocked. WA-hooopo-o-o-o-o-o-o I ! ! ! Big Chief gold Eagle DIAMOND'S SURPLUS Across From Pest Office brothers »nd five sisters, including Leo Heinen, Josephine Heinen and Mrs Albert weishaar ol Algona. and 32 grandchildren also survive. Pallbearers at the funeral were Joseph, Bernard and Edward rteinen, Albert Grabel, Virgil Schurfnan and Floyd Weishaar. Friday, Mar J Final Day, Sign Acreage Pact Corn misers of Kossuth Counlv have only until Friday, March i, to decide wnether or not they will porticinatp this voar in th' corn Acreage Reserve program of '.he soil bank. ^ March 8 is thr final dJ^FW signing corn agreements. It is also the deadline for amending or terminating corn acreage reserve agreements which were signed previously. Since there has been NO indication that the sign-up period will be extended, Richard I. Anderson, Chairman of thr Count*- ASC Committee, is urging all farmer^.,who plan to participate in the 1067 corn acreage reserve to filey&greements at the ASC off ice "iti Algona at once. "We» expect a big last-minute rush for corn agreements," he declared. "The best way, to avoid a .long wait in line is to visit th«/ county ASC office immediately Everybody will be waited on-ii, turn, on a . first-come, * first- scrvod; basis." ;>.• As o£ Monday evening, March 4, a total of 139 corn agreement* had been signed by farmers- of this county to place 2,122.8 acres in the acreage reserve 1'or a total possible payment of $98,757.70. The signers of these agreements also indicated a desire to put 920.8 more acres ui the acreage reserve to earn anditional payments amounting to $44,943.40.- If funds are available after the close of the sign-up period, the requests for additional acres will be considered in the order in which they were filed. Similar consideration will also be given at that time to filed requests of farmers who want to put all or none of their corn allotment acreage into the acreage reserve. Tnaftdey, M««h 1, tttf Q«.) Uppw JNMi Mdtn»i~> Reports On Trip To Ledyard PTA City, Schools Commended Frank Ulish, field director of the State Safety Education Division, commended Algona officials for foDowing recommendations made after an inventory from the National Safety Council lasi- fall. He commended the city fo; adding more police and installing a police radio system, and also installation of an accident reporting system into the public schools here. 'JDM Classifieds Pay Dividend* The P.? .A. met at the school on last Monday evening for the February meeting. Mrs Alfred Kramftrsmeier was program chairman with Mrs Merman Goetz, Jr. and Mrs Albert Looft assisting. Four of the Juniors and Seniors who had mode the trip to Des Moiries last Week for their Government Class gave reports of their trip. Several musical numbers were also enjoyed. The serving committee was the following met) with Mrs Dale Canfield as chairman, Orville Kl inker, Wm. Wiemer, Milton Farrow, Norris Hlnes, Fred"Dut- toft, l^sS Ploefer, 1. ft. |on, Ray Oof loft, Jicfc jLy«ch, Marvin Lloyd, Bernard Keefe. R4ren Sehroeder, who attends Iowa State Teacher* College, spent the weekend at the home Of her mother, Mrs Marlhta Schroeder. . Ernest Burrotv who is attending Rfidio school in Minfie*polis t and Merritt Plereger whb work* in Minneapolis were home for the weekend. Mr and Mrs Clarence Ackerson of Wesley visited Mrs Lena Warner on Friday. Mrs Warner has been ill the past week with Ihe flu and Mrs Harold Wentworth has been taking her place at school. Mr and Mrs George Thmnpsbn attended the golden Wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Bill Stam of Estherville on Sunday afternoon, March ,3rd. The Starttfi are former Ledyard residents. 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TREMENDOUSLY! drip 9 n dry *ng cottons AN S & L fXCLUSIVi of the FABULOUS/ flRST-T4M|.IVER LOW PRICS Of ^^^^^^^^^W ^^^^^^^H^H ^^PP Mi Wm VADr YARD MADE TO SEU FOR FAR, FAR MORE Not only do yOM «avo Jremen* d<fU»!y, but you get the totally naw, miraculous DRIP • DgY, CRfASE RESISTANT coHons that »»ay pefp) frejh, crispy new without Ironing, without starch. C0me 19 S&l now and (elect fabric* for your tpryig tepirtg from this brand new ««d <wa« collectiftn of irresiitable spring prints. Rull 36" width. If in fyU bolt* wewld be much more. WASH AS U&UAi HANG Iff TO NYLON SHEERS anil PRINTS 79** _ «wlpfnrt^ nv«»ni In 41 inch width*. Alto dainty nylfto printed »h«fr» on^ R&W nylon »h«frs in 45 infh wij* for pi<lur« pr»My l*tn»' 'rfCki «W formsli. AU wo»habl», (o»l frying «ad M«d Ut|l» or Ironing. 01 We Will Bt Hosts On Saturday To Th» EAGiE-CTTES Com* and §•* Tfe« ftlrlf 4-H 4'H Clyb from Swes City 4 . PORK SALE LEAN TRIMMED 12-14 Li. LOINS WHOLE or HALF CUT AND WRAPPED FOR YOUR FREEZER LB. 49 C ROASTS-CHOPS FRYING CHICKENS PAN - FANCY (9-: 11 IB. AVERAGE Each HEN TDRKEYS Lb. flc Fresh Bullheads • •"•",•;*.,, * c FULLY DRESSED READY FOR PAN Lb. HORMEI.S MIDWEST ALL-MEAT Lb. END CUT PORK CHOPS OR ROASTS CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS THESE ARE VERY CHOICE QUALITY Lb. 59c COUNTRY STYLE SAUSAGE FRESH HOME-MADE Lb. CHOICE TENDER VEAL ROASTS........ lb.39c DECKERS HVY. SMOKED SUMMER SAUSAGE ... Lb. 49c HICKORY SMOKED READY TO EAT LB. PICNICS...... 4-6Ib.aver. 39c FANCY CANADIAN BACON EAT 89c f ANCY HAH0 YELLOW BANANAS....2lk25c "WINDOW BOX" REG. BRACK'S CANDY J Ibs. 89c STAR-KIST BLUE LABEL (The Best) SOLID CHUNK TUN A. 3 cans 98c CHASE & SANBORN LARGE 6-OZ. JAR INSTANT COFFEE Jar 1.19 PILLSBURY'S SNO-SHEEN CAKE FLOUR .. Ige. Box 29c COMO BRAND TOILET TISSUE... roll Sc MRS TUCKiR'S PURE VEG. SHORTENING.3Ib.tin 79c 5HEDPS SWEET > ' .* , PICKLE WAFERS pint jar 19c REGULAR PACKAGE OXYDOL 2pkgs.for59c LAKE VALLEY 2 LB. BOX Wisconsin Cheese 69c 'Old Hemt' LARGE CRISP HEAD LETTUCE... 2 for lit U. S. NO. 1 BLUE GOOSE POTATOES ... MESH BAG 10 Ik X-FANCY SNOBOY ONE.HALF BOX C A K ES* 39c 59« Value DELICIOUS APPLES....... Ml • FROZEN FOODS * SEA-PAK (Cooked or Uncooked) If:, , FISH STICKS .... 4 pkgs. $1.00 BOOTH'S TASTY LOIN OCEAN PERCH FILLETS ..... Lb. 29c SNOW so* noon • t-oi. CANS ORANGE JUICE...... 2 for 29e Wekomel 4»H MARK IT .-"-- •.-,'.>i-,j.^.?,s-«iito'A*s-:kt l *afcMi.vS**?-.-

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