The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 9, 1954 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 9, 1954
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\ , ram Nov. 10 By Band Moms Wesley — Bana mofHers are sponsoring a musical program to be presented to the public Wednesday evening! Nov. 10, inHhe public school auditofilim. The surprise opening number will,be followed by a musical program. Mothers -will-.serve lunch after the program. C. B. A. Me! Nov..3 The C. D. A. held their regular rtjeetirig Wednesday evening, Nov. 3, with grand regent Mary Bode, presiding. The group planned to make a Marian Year pilgrimage to St. Mary's Catholic church at Cor- with Wednesday afterfi6ofi>, DSC, !' i "' •''•'.'• fWehcfi Hildman itched the attendance prize. Fo!low!hg the business meet-' ing bridge and 500 was played. Gen^vieve' Goetz and Mary Rockwood won high and low score prizes in bridge. Margaret Root and Helen Johnson Won in 500. Maud Studer's name was drawn for lucky prize. The next meeting will be Wednesday evening, Nov. 17. A pot luck lunch will be served. , The kitchen committee Will be Clarfl Goetz, Irene Hanig, Beatrice Hildman, Clara Hauplman, Sara Raney and Marjorie GoetE. Marjorie Be'cker, Matilda Mfltz, Tillie Loebig, Kathryn Seller and Thelma Blaine are on the entertainment committee. Legion Auxiliary The American Legion Auxiliary held their regular meeting Thursday evening, Nov. 4. The annual Christmas party will be held on Thursday evening, Dec. 9, with a pot luck lunch to EXECUTOR'S SALE FURNITURE and RESIDENCE November 18,1954 The Alfred and Emma Peterson furniture and residence located at the corners of Oak and Church streets, Algona, Iowa, now owned by the Emmd Peterson Estate, will be sold to the high'est bidders. Sale commencing at 1:00 o'clock P. M., and will first sell the furniture, described as: 3-Burner Electric Monarch Kitchen Range; Large Almost New Coronado Electric Refrigerator; Maytag Washing Machine; Oak Breakfast Table and Four Chairs; Davenport and Chair; Over-stuffed Arm Chair; Two Rock'- ' ing Chairs; One 9x12 Wilton Rug; One 9x12 Olson Rug; Twin* Beds, One Regular Size Bed; Two Dressers; End* Tables; Floor Lamp; Buffet; Eureka Vacuum Sweeper; Lawn Mower; Other Miscellaneous Articles. All above property in good condition. Followed immediately by sale of the real estate, described as:* The South Half (S!/ 2 ) of Lots Ten (10 and Eleven (11) of Block One (1), of Gall's Third Addition to Algona, Kossuth County, iowa. Residence contains six'rooms and enclosed porch; bath upstairs; toilets on both floors; steam heated with oil burning furnace new with• in past few years; good new garage. TERMS OF SALE: CASH before removal for all personal property. For residence properly, 20% down and balance when Abstract showing merchantable title is approved and Deed ready for delivery. Purchaser of real estate will be asked to enter into a written contract containing usual covenants at time of sale. Possession may be had by purchaser at any time subsequent to date of sale. * Persons interested may view property on forenoon of day of. sale. WILLIAM DODDS, Executor of Emma Peterson Estate I* A. Winkel, His Attorney DALE YUNGBERG, Auctioneer STRICTLY BUSINESS "ConsrttuUtt rite, Sir! Pufe got another mouth for you to'feed 1" be served ;at 7 o'clock, followed by entertainment. Clara Erdman. Viola Loebig and Beatrice Hildman are on the entertainment committee. Hejen Johnson, Josephine Meurer and Viola Studer are on the kitchen committee. They will have a 50 cent gift exchange. Clara Erdman's name was drawn for door prize. Mrs Lillian Foth. county president, and Leota Halpin of Algana were guests and Mrs Foth gave a talk. Bernice Vitzthum and Helen Youngwirth served lunch. Name New Babies The baby girl born to Mr and Mrs Frank Grant, Oct. 28 has been named Susan Kay. The baby boy born to Mr and Mrs John Loebig Oct. 30, has been named Mark Francis. The babv boy born to Mr and Mrs Pat Rasmussen on Oct. 13 has been named Franklin. Jerome.. An uncle and aunt from Corwlth were sponsors at the baptism Sunday .Oct. 31. Mr and Mrs George Ostercamp have named their new tiaby boy Gary Lee. He was born Sunday, Oct. 31. ••-.••• Cast 404 Voles Four hundred and four votes were cast in the Tuesday election. Theron Hansen, Joe Goetz, Lester Lease, Mr Yanzer, Ralph Tjaden were on the election board. Vince" Cruise, Vernalda Hansen, Veva Lease, Francis Weber and Al Wagner were on the counting board. I Sgt. Genung Transferred Mr and Mrs R. Hansen received word recently that their son-in-law Sgt. Robert Genung had been transferred from Aurora, 111., to the Marine base at LeJeune, N. C. and he and his family would move in mid-Nov. The base is about 50 miles from the base where Genungs were stationed shortjy after their marriage and before he was transferred to the far past. Mrs Cecil Hildebrand of Britt spent Saturday with her brother TO POLIO FOR ONE DAY ONLY ON Saturday, Nov. 13 THERE WILL BE AN Emergency Polio Fund Drive Ladies from all over town will be on the streets in the downtown business district with containers for your contributions to this emergency drive. Many organizations and individuals are cooperating in this drive. If you are unable to make a donation Saturday, but would like to do so, please send your contribution to Polio Fund, L. W. Nitchals, Algona. Emergency Drive Conducted By The American Legion Auxiliary Orville Smith and family. Mr and Mrs Clair Robinson reported their two sons, Marion Bfli^beth stationed ire Ja fr fltigrt Weekend fWl 'Y&kohprrta ft h.his will is at an ait at f,u6hi.* '•£ , 'tfas\P; vC v Haynes re hofnt Ofct..27 iMJhi a three visit With their two sons, Mar* ley and fkmlly, FbM Warth/FeaT* ly aj El Pasd,. feJe-j and daughter Mrs Will Gardner and * iamHy at. Oceanslde L C«Hf. She •' also visited the Fraheis HautJtmans in Tucsbn, Arii. Mr and Mrs Roy Hansen spent Oct. "31 - In Fairmont, Minn, with their son, Jack Hansen, his Wife and new daughter, Jacklyn Ruth. Leandrir Seimer, son of Mrs August' Seimer of Britt, former Wesleyarts. is a patient at Britt Memorial hospital suffering from acute meningitis. MJ* and Mrs Milfprd Hilbert are parents of their third child, a boy, born Sunday. Oct. 31, at St. Ann hospital. Milford's mother Mrs P. Hilbert of Algond is helping at the farm home. Mrs Will Cosgrove and -Mrs Tillie Loebig were servers ,at the regular""meeting of the Catholic. Missionary Society Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Clara Erdman received the attendance prize. Mrs R. E. Newbrough entertained her contract bridge club, Nov; 1. Mrs R. C. Bauer will entertain her bridge club Thursday afternoon, Nov. 11. Mrs Marvin Ackerson and her mother, Mrs Herman Leudtke of Fenton left last week for a week's stay at Canistota, S. D. Both a*re suffering from arthritis. Douglas \', THANK YOU I would sincerely like ts ihank s3! of you who and supported me in the Nov. 2 election. Though handi- , capped by illness during the campaign, I am recuperating fast and feel confident that I can and will represent my district equally as well now as in the past. HENRY SCHEPPMANN SUPERVISOR. FIRST DISTRICT Aekerson; Is. itflyin* jftth _*hls gfifldparents, M? and Mrt Clltf- ene-lteTSbn.; • i % , , ,, , Mr* Jim KackSntWlher |tt8 Ffl« .i and wti oipli ; SMthi |he . . tart hbffle vfifh'Mr twd a$5t5S liftfa and GaM ffreriinier wno Started until Sunday.. Mrs Kuckenreu. ther spent;, Sunday, Nov. 3 with tefme* ». Estherviile fiftd left net, soft aid with hel One ft the vtaWtotott rt cbrtt harvesufig is iiftari faU shelUflfc according io ,Dsle Hull, Iowa State College 'agricultural engineer. Narrll eently ' Uoftjof - 86ito~n, Mm.', IS 'name Boston' Lincolnshire, England. new lintid& ice cream Lady BordenvB§tg£ecan •*'..., . •.- «• .. .' •*•-••- Extra-good because its made -with, extra-cream.! Enjny Lady Harden lee Cream today. Buy the Burgundy-colored carton where you , tee the Burden Ice Cream tign. Copyriebt, Tb« i Announcing new ... Money Money-making POWER! Importantlonger-life engine advancements! The only full line of proved, modern short-stroke engines in any trucks! New work-saving, money-saving CONVENIENCE! New money-making CAPACITIES! New reasons why Ford Trucks are gaining new buyers faster than any other trucks I JF* *ASl r* <n* POWER STEERING Is standard at no extra cost In this new Ford T-800 tandem-axle BIG JOB. Modern, sfiort- itroke, 170-h.p. Cargo King V-8.GVW 40.QOO IDS., GCW 60,000 Ibs. NEW savings in all three areas! TRIPLE ECONOMY! Money-Making power saves gas! ONLY FORD gives you the gas-saving efficiency of proved, modem ehort-stroke design for every engine! Ford's ultramodern, overhead-valve engines—four V-8's and one Six—cut piston travel, cut internal friction, save gas. And new engineering in valves, heads, crankshafts, electrical systems and cooling, results in greater durability! I I I I I I I I I I Money-Making convenience saves work! FORD'S Driverized Cab sets new comfort standards for '55! New full foam- rubber seat and seat back in the Custom Cab*. Work-savers . . . like smoother Fordomatic* with new faster starting, low- gear "step-down" for all light duty series , . , Power Brakes* even for half- tonners , , , Power Steering* for most JOBS—make driving easier, * Modest extra cost I I I I I I I I I Money-Making capacity saves trips! NEW axle.capacities and new springs, coupled with Ford's high-paylpad construction, make Ford Trucks better load carriers than ever. Ford's new J^-ton Pickup^ for example, has one of the big* gest payload capacities of any Pickup* 1,718 Ibs, Ford gives you top payload capacities in, o.yer 190 models, ranging to 60,000-lb. GCW tandem-axle NfW Poyfeod Ch4mp of th« Plcfe« upil New Ford MOO 6!/j-f«. Pickwp, GVW 5,000 lb»., now tok*s poylood* up to 1 ,7 18 lt». 132-h.p. V-8 or 116-ii.p. Six engine. «ompr«$»ton oil light and heavy duty , er !«, « f two proven State & Jones See the 1955 Monty Makers Friday I imm co. P.O. a,' Phone 434

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