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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 28, 1954
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Gillette-Herring-Wilcox " *- J •* „ ' j 'h^ . * v t ; *' t '"; *' . ; - L.' k, -l|lumnietj; Democratic candidate, for attorney (general will be, a* guest -Speaker -at the meetirtj 'pf the* Gillette-Herring-' Wilco* CluB, to bS held -Thursday evening Se^t? 30, hfHhe dourt- room here: The meeting will start at 8 p.m.- All interested persons are cordially invited to attend: Further organization of v the club is planned, including township organizations and plans will be discussed fbr a county-wide" Democratic party meeting in the near future: ' ' '' . Mr Plumm|r is a graduate of the St. Paul College £f LaW> 'and his /wife is thp formes Heleri Eiel of Buffalo Center. He* has* prac- ] ticed law, i"n . Northwood since, "•., i n ' \ii 193fii,: served ' %fe • count^ attorney for 12 years* and has been mayor of NorthtfdodVihce' January. 1954. ' He t ,is^.> . veteran 1 of v World War; II, separating fM« the Service ag a lieutenant irt the navy. He is a member of the" Lutheran church, American Legion, VFW, Masonic Lodge and Eastern Star and < the Shrine. ' Joe Bradley of Algona is president of the Gillette-Herring-Wilcox Club.; ,; . . ' AXE •" v Larry Simmons,• G1 enw-ood youngster, recently found an,Ind r ia'n axd, fasHionad perfectly frbhi black i granite. / The rllic wei'ghS' seven pounds, and is 10 inches long., ' IF irs'NEWS — WE WANT If DID YOU/SEE FULl PAGE AD IN DES MOINES REGISTER? WE HAVE IT! New 1955 Friqidaire ' -I;' i:l " : -•-•';; ! '. J : V Never Before A Fully Automatic Washer '-- Like This Priced So Low! Only EASY TERMS 199.95 ' < ,< > 'With-your .old washer •*! . if in operating condition '. EASY TERMS ' Only FRIGIDAIRE gives you a total ' automatic washing, rinsing and'spin- drying in less than 20 minutes! Famous Live Water Washing plus" exclusive Float-over Rinsing get out' the deep down dirt! ' • Rapidry Spin leaves.clothes pounds lighter, easier to handle, quicker to dry! .."••.. • Lifetime Porcelain top, lid'and tub where it counts most! justroms FURNITURE - FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCES Also New Natural Gas Ranges Friday, October 11954 2 P. M. SHARP Location, 132 Putnam St., east part of Algona, la., directly south of Western Buyers Stock Yards. I have a large 4 room apartment at this location which I intended to rent furnished. I now have, it rented to a parly who has their own furniture and equipment so will sell at public auction the following listed' articles! HOUSEHOLD GOODS 1—Medium sized refrigerator, very good shape. 1—Bottled Gas stove, 4 burners with oven. 1—-Dining room table, small size. 6—Pining room chairs. 1—Card table. 4 nice folding chairs to rnatcn. 1—Overstuffed chair. 1—Rocking chair. 1—Qood electric washing machine with new wringer. 1-^Simmons bed spring & mattress. 1—Sanitary fold away cot which makes into double bed. 1—Folding cot, new. 1—Large wool rug. Also these other articles which I have on hand: 150—White Leghorn chickens, 6 weeks old. 2—Good riding horses. l_New Walsh round corn crib, 18 ft. high which comes down in 6 ft. sections. Capacity 1050 bu. Used one season. IT—Round wire corn crib; 2 deck with flooring and roof. Capacity 700 bu. 1^-10-fi. steel farm s«te, 1—Small pony saddle, new. 1—Slock saddle. Large and good. 2—Riding bridles. ' 1—Rubber tire pony cart and single harness, 1—Good bicycle. 1—Dog house. 1— Work bench. 1—Pump head and cylinder. TERMS OF SAlfi CASH !!• Mi COL WELL, Piop. I, I, CQIWfU, Class Elections Held By High School Groups According to percentages, the boys at" Algona. High 'School lead the girls in popularity, if you can believe the.results of clasfe elections completed there last week after three weeks of balloting. « Ten out of 14 officers elected by the freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors are boys, and in two of the classes,'freshmen and senior, all officers are boys. Only in the juni&r class*," where three out of four officers for the new year are girls, did the balance of power go feminine. Boys elected by the senior class are Joe Troutman, president; Nidas Dermand, vice president; Don Cook, secretary; and Jim Galbraith, treasurer. Junior class officers are Cheryl VanderWaal, president; Marilyn Seller, vice president; Doug Meyer, secretary; and Connie Drone,, treasurer. Jer/y Downey, president; Ted Finley, vice president; and Maribel Kain, secretary-treasurer, will guide the sophomores,>and Tom Hutchison, president; Larry Hutzell, vice president; and Warren Branson, secretary ! - treasurer, head the freshmen. . Student' council members in- 'elude Troutman, president;.Cook, vice president; Cheryl Vander- Waal, secretary; Dermand, .treasurer; and Adel Herbst, Larry Obrecht, Evelyn McKim, Marilyn Seller, Connie Drone, Nancy Kain, Dick Vippnd, Jerry Down-' ey, Ted Finley, Marilyn Dreesman, Sharon Powers, Darlene Skogstrom, Tom Hutchison, Gary Bernau, Karen Hutchins, Dave Richardson ' and Karen, Shirley. Home room officers were also elected in all three sections of the four high school classes. of Raymond Spencer, son of Mrs Sam Bunch, Kennett, Mo. The ceremony was performed in the Methodist church " at Spencer. The attendants lyere'Betty HafrjS and Fred Spender, brother a"ttd sister of the bridegroom. Mr and Mrs Lloyd DiJcon and family attended .the ceremony from here. The newlyweds will make their home in Dertor, Mo. Mrs Leish and daughter Claire of New Ulm, Minn., were Saturday evening dinner gudsts of Mr and Mrs Wilbur Fox and family. Edmund Krapp, fifteen year- old son of Mr and Mrs Martin Krapp, has been out of school for several weeks due to illness. Edmund is in the 10th grade at St. Johns. Rev. G. O'Rouke assistant pastor in St. John's Church who now has a church of his own at Alvod, Iowa, spent Wednesday with friends here, Mr and Mrs Joseph Sexton of Sumner are the parents of twin sons born last Wednesday. Mrs Ji A, Devine is their grandmother. ^ Mr and Mrs J. H. Welp, Mr 'and Mrs Wm. Schoenhair and Mr and Mrs Richard Welp returned after spending several days the first of the week attending the Honor Couple At Bancroft Wed 25 Years Bancroft—Mr and Mrs LcRoy Schiltz entertained a large group of friends and relatives at dinner' and reception Sunday afternoon at their home in honor of their silver wedding. Mr and Mrs L. Schiltz were married 25 years ago at Whittemore. Mrs Schiltz was Gertrude Alberts of Whittemore before her marriage. -They are tfie parents of three children Betty, Marjory, Bill. Mr'<and Mrs Schiltz'have lived all .their married -life on a- farm near, silo-oft. - ' • : ; ' / John Govern Weds- At 8:30 o'clock, Saturday, Sept. 11, Miss Yvonne Neppl of Wall Lake, la. became the bride o£ John Govern in St. Bernard's Catholic church at Breda, la. , The bride is the daughter ol Mr and Mrs W, C. Neppl of Wail Lake. The bridegroom is a son of Mrs Ella Govern, a graduate of St. John's high school, and Iowa State College, Ames. The bridegroom is Sac County Youth Assistant. They make their home in Sac City. Attending the wedding from here were the family of Mrs Ella Govern, Duke Kinsey and his grandmother Mrs Sarah Trenary and family of Ledyard; Vincent Govern, Titonka, the Milton and Wilbur Harrow family ol Lakota. New Homes Go Up Several new homes are being constructed in and around Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Bob McCarthy are building two new bed room? and an enclosed entry to their basement at their home. Mr and Mrs James Antoine are building a new house on their farm northwest of town. Mr and Mrs E. J. Odell and Mr and Mrs Donald Murray are building new homes. Mr and Mrs Odell are living in Swea City at present. Honored At Shower A kitchen shower honoring Mary Alice Fox, Algona, was held Monday evening, Sept. 27, at the Wilbur Fox residence. Twenty-five guests were present. Bancroft Girl Weds Violet Rose Dixon, daughter oi Mr and Mrs Lloyd Dixon, Bancroft, recently became the bride The well-improved 260-ACRE R, M, Brown Farm located 4 mi. north of Ringated in Emmet Co. will be offured at PUBLIC AUCTION at 1:30 p. m. Fri., Qct, 15 Will be offered "in two tracts. The land is all tillable high pro-, ducing Clarion soil that has been {armed in a soil conserving man- nee for the past ten years. The improvements are very good, They include an 8-room modernized house, grain storage totaling 13,000 bu., barn 32x54, hog- house, chicken house, double garage, etc. Possession March 1, '5$. $1 per acre will be paid to the broker who registers Ihe buyer. Further infprmaiipn and terms can be obtained from Merritt Giffin, Realtor Ringsted, la. Lloyd Berkland, Auctioneer FenJon, Iowa Iowa Poultry convention. Titonka Girls Are Honored Darlene Callies and Betty Hathi both of Titonka, have been selected to represent Kossuth County in the Iowa State Dairy Association' 4-H Girl's Club demonstration contest, to be held at the National Dairy Cattle Congress at Waterloo, Oct. 2-9. Mrs Carl F. Callies, Titonka, is the club leader. The demonstrations by teams entering the dairy contest must show some phase of the preparation of dairy products •and their use in the. human diet. The state dairy association offers $235 in cash awards t6 the blue, red and white ribbon teams, and the Carnation Company Will present wrist watches to memberfc of'the'winning team. A total of 68 county teams-have entered this division,«and the demonstrations will be conducted throughout the week in the women's building auditorium, with the exception of Wednesday and Friday afternoons. Tuesday, September 28, 1954 Algona (la.) Upper Dei Molnei S Neighbors Shell 8,500 Bu. Corn Swea CHy-—About 8,500 bushels of cbrn was shelled at trie farrri of Mrs Glen Miller, 2 miles West of Swea Cijy, by friends and neighbors last Tuesday. Mrs Miller was left with the farm operation when her husband passed nway Aug. 25. Those who helped with the shelling were Tommy Preston, Harold Jones, Kingsley Engleby, Abe Mein, Weldon Brandt, Art Anderson Virgil Jensen, Philip Holcomb, Jerome Denton, Clif* ford McGregor, Glenn Clark, Truman Johnson, William Mather and Charles Hanson. Roy Peters furnished two shelters and the truckers included Bill Brock, John Bruce, Harold Swanson, Elmer Hutchison, Bill Pavik and Orville Work. LICENSE At Eklorn, a marriage license was issued recently to T. H. Rich- nrdson, of Tennessee, and Mario Larsen, Iowa Falls. He's 78, UDM Want Ads Pay Dividends Reilly's POLAND CHINA Sale Proven Meat-Type Boars and Gilts Tuesday, Oct. 5,, at the Reilly farm located 2 mi. west and Vi mi. north of Jet. Highway 18 and 169 , Mr and Mrs Louis H. Reilly Algona, Iowa HELMKE'S Duroc Boar and Gilt Sale October 2nd, 1 P. M. at Oakdale Farm 2 MILES NORTH ON 60 AND 1 MILE EAST — RENWICK, IOWA SELLING 50 BOARS AND 35 GILTS OAKDALE PEACEMAKER Reserve Grand Champion Iowa "1953. Sire of many in sale. ROYAL LASS Reserve Sr. Champion Iowa 1953. The kind we all like to own. These are some of Ihe best to sell this season. Selected from 278 raised from 31 litters. They have length, full deep hams with a good loin and smooth back. Sired by meal.lype boars with reproduction background. For growing ability with sixe you will like ihem. Have new blood lot former customers. All vaccinated with virus and serum. Guaranteed breeders. Lunch at Noon Served by Lutheran Ladies Aid Usual Terms W. H. HELMKE AND SONS :61. John Hall & Nelson. Aucts. A. H. Goetlsch, Clerk SERVING TO THE PUBLIC ON Saturday, Oct. 2 Festival Day Vegetable Soup — Chicken Noodle Soup Chicken Sandwiches — Pie and Coffee V. F. W. AUXILIARY At V. F. W. Building Starting at 11:30 A. M. 240 ACRE FARM AT AUCTION Located! in section 1?, Lincoln township, southwest quarter; south !/a of NW quarter; Vi north and I'/j west of Dolliver, or 8 miles east, 5 north and 'A east of Eslherville FRIDAY, OCT. 1 2:00 P. M. This real estate will be offered as an 80 acre tract and as a full quarter. It will also be offered as a 240. THIS IS A STRICTLY MODERN FARM • All land is tillable. 28 acres in pasture and building lots. • Close to a good consolidated school. • 9-foom house, all modern, completely remodelled and redecorated in > the last few years. • Barn 54x32 with 20x16 lean-to! • New 50x30 machine shed. * New 48x22 corn crib with built- in drags. • 32x16 corn crib with 16-ft. driveway, e 34x30 hog house. • 32x14 chicken house. • 16x14 brooder house. • One-stall garage with work shop. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE - This is one of the most improved farms we have had for sale at auction. All land is tillable, soil is of the best, tind the buildings are outstanding. This farm is well located and would make a fine farm home for a family. • , •' TERMS: 20% down on sale date, balance March 1, 1955, when possession will be given. A Broker's Fee of $1 per acre will be paid to broker who registers the buyer prior to sale.. FLYNN H. MITCHELL, Owner Wm. Foshier, Eslherville^ Clair, Clark, Ceylon, Auctioneers CTAMF S1 UNti SALE AT BRADLEY BROS. Dozens and Dozens of Good Used Tires Going on Others With Thousands of Safe Miles Left! All You Fjnd Yours in k This Sale, You Are Going To CAR AND TRACTOR Stock No. Description Price 620 (1) 600x16 6P Very Good Tread'_____:_. _$12.50 665 (2) 650x16 4P Very Gpod Tread eflch $9,95 338 (2) 670x15 4P GR Mud & Snow, like new, ea. $13.95 560A (2) 670x15 FS Town & Country Retreads • , exch. $8.95 484 (1)670x15 FS Town & Country w/section RPR $6.95 667 (1) 710x15 FS Deluxe Champion, like new $11.95 702 (1) 710x15 Goodyear Super Cushion, / like new $11.95 404 (2) 760x15 Goodrich Tires, 1300 miles, exch. $16.50 756 (1) 13x28 6P Tractor Tire - good $35.00 (2) 12x38 6P Goodyear Tractor Tires - _ ea. $49.94 Sale at Rock-Bottom Prices! Some Almost New! Sizes — All Makes! Check Sizes Below and If Get Some Tremendous Bargains! TRUCK TIRES Stock No,. Description ' Price 602 (2) 700x15 6P Firestone Delivery, 3000 mi. ea. $27.50 696 (2) 700x20 CP Goodyear mud & snow, very good tread-each $35.00 706 (1) 750x20 10P U. S. w/facfory section __-$35.00 (4) 900x20 10P U. S. Tires, new take-offs each $70.00 681 (1) 825x20 12P Montgomery Ward tire -__$37.50 961 (3) 825x20 10P Goodrich pair tread ^pp^^^^^m^^^^ ^^^^^^^^ ^^PBi^^^ T^BHI^^ ^K^

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