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November 30, 1954

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

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Thomas Steven Dies Here At Age of 91 T wt, Une ^ al servi ces for Thomas LeRoy Steven, 91, resident of Al- PJl? ? r J he P 8 * 1 70 years, were held at the First Baptist church at £ p.m. Saturday afternoon. ,R.ev. Roland Andrews officlat- ea at the rites, and burial followed ^n Riyeryiew Cemetery. McCullough's Funeral Chapel was '".charge of arrangements. _ Mr Steven died Tuesday night at Roberts' Rest Home in Algona Thomas L. Steven, son of Alexander arid Elizabeth Steven was born June 10, 1862, at Wheaton, m. He was married to Jessie Clapsaddle,' and sh^. and three children preceded ; Mr , Steven ] n death. Mi;s , Steven died in Survivors include four daugh- Mers, Helen (Mrs Walter Bertrand),. Elmhurst, 111.; Gertrude (Mrs Chas.Aman), Mason City; Ruth (Mrs Ted Johnson), Bobne; and Jeanette Clevenger, Cleveland, 'Ohio.; and three .sons, J. .P. Steven, Burt; and Walter and Robert Steven, Algona. A brother t Allen, also survives at Los Angeles. Other survivors include 34 grandchildren and 65 great-grandchildren. ; , Six grandsons, Earl Aman, Russell Grimm, Verne and Everett Shipler, and Donald arid Raymond Steven were pallbearers. Loses 2 Fingers Seneca — Darold Berhow lost two fingers of his left hand last Tuesday, when he got his hand caught in the husking rollers of the corn picker. He was taken to Estherville where the mangled fingers—the little xfinger and the ring finger of his left hand—were amputated. Penney Co. Bonus A year-end Christmas bonus equivalent to two weeks pay for all full-time emnloyees will be made by the J. C. Penney Co. here, it was announced:by E. E. Cook, store manager. Extra and part- time employees will also be ac-, corded a proportionate bonus.' The payment is an annual event for Penney employees. Sells Bull - $5,000 A bull bred by Ben Studer of Wesley, and owned by Studer & Thiesmah of Wesley and Concordia, Mo., topped the Polled Shorthorn sale held Monday at the International Livestock Ex• position In Chicago. The hull Drought $5,000 with Col. James P. Hendrick of Bayard, Va. the purchaser. •.'Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pratt and imee sons spent ThVhKSgiyiQg, Day at Victor where they were' •guests of Mrs Pratt's parents, Mt and Mrs F. M. McGayhe. Mr and Mrs Bob Sigsbee had as their dinner guests last Thursday, Mrs Sigsbee's parents, Mr and Mrs Adolph Bruellman of West Bend. Tuesday, November 30, 1954 Algana (h.) Upper Des Mo!nes-3 . . AROUND ALGONA . . Many Algona people attended the Fred Waring concert at Spencer Wednesday evening. Among them were Mr and Mrs D. P. Smith, Mr and Mrs Don Smith, Mr and Mrs Craig Smith, Mr and Mrs Bob LaBarre, Mr and Mrs Jim Merryman, Mr and Mrs Carl Morck, Jr.,' Mr and Mrs Ted Chrischilles, Mr and Mrs Jack Chrischilles,' the Elmer Lang- macks, Willard Steffens and the Clayton Pittmans. Mr and-Mrs Leo Cassell and family sp.ent several days last week at Omaha where they went to spend Thanksgiving with Mrs Cassell's parents, Mr and Mrs Ray Neary. Mr and Mrs Edward Zender of Mankato, Minn, are the parents,of their fourth child, a daughter born Nov. 21. Other children in the family are Tom, Gret- cheri and Mary. The Zenders ex- fject '• to move back to Algona soon. Mr and Mrs Bob Richardson had as their Thanksgiving guests, Mi- and Mrs Glen Simpson and Patricia and Joan of Pocahontas. Mr Simpson is Mrs Richardson's brother. Mr and Mrs Merle Pratt and sons Bob, and John of Fairmont, Minn, came* for -• Thanksgiving withf Mrs Pratt's parents, 'Mr and Mrs Milton Dahl. They brought Sherry Burcell with them and she remained for several days as the house guest of Pam Waller. Mr and Mrs Tom Sawyer and 'sons Tommy and Jeff spent Friday in Algona calling on friends' The Sawyers are former residents and now live in Des Moines. They spent the Thanksgiving holiday with Mrs Sawyer's father at Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Frank Moulion and family spent from Tuesday until Sunday at Mitchell, S. D. where they went for Thanksgiving with Mr IVIoulton's parents, Mr and Mrs Frank MouJlon, Sr. Mrs Herb Hedlund entertained at a teen-ager's party; Saturday evening in honor of the birthday of her daughter, Patti. Mrs M. G. Brower and Mrs Frank Moulton were hostesses to the mothers of the third graders at Lucia Wallace school a week ago Monday. Mrs Dorothy Van- derWaal is the teacher. The coffee was held at Mrs Moulton's home and the group was organized for several .other meetings for child study. Mr end Mrs Carol Willreit had as their Thanksgiving guests, Mi and Mrs k 'Mitch Taylor and family and Mfr k arid v Mrs Dick Gross and family of Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Mitch Taylor have" sold their home on State stre,* x to the Continental Oil Company. They will continue to live there until their new home on South" Woosler is completed. Construction began last week. Mr and Mrs Mussel! Hutchins had as their guests from Thursday until Sunday, Mr Hutchins brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Nicolson arid daughters, Joyce and Beverly of Duluth, Minn. Mr Nicolson is'the weather man at Duluth and the daughters attend the University of Minnesota. Other Thanksgiving dinner guests were Mr Hutchins' parents Mr and Mrs Carl Hutch- Ins and their daughter, Katherine. Mr and Mrs Lor en Courtney's Thanksgving guests included his parents, Mr and Mrs Walter^ Courtney and his brother and wife, Mr and Mrs Wilbur Courtney of Des Moines. Carole Finn, Madonna Me- Guire and Clifford Skogstrom, students at the State University of Iowa spent the Thanksgiving Weekend in Algona with their respective parents. Bob .Sigsbee and Jess Grubb were fishing at Lake Okoboji Saturday night and report an excellent catch of walleyes. The prize of the evening was an, eight and. a half pounder caught by Bob. Mr and Mrs William Finn and Carole and Jimmy were Thanksgiving guests of Mrs Finn's brothers Clifford and Donald Crawford who farm near Whittemore. Other guests were Mr and Mrs Melvin Elbert and family of Whit temore. Local T-V wrestling fans saw Gerald Frankl of Irvington on the guest interview portion of the Marigold program from Chicago Saturday evening. Mr Frame! asked the celebrity guest "Elroy (Crazy Legs) Hirsch a question about football. Mr and Mrs Bob Williams had as their Thanksgiving dinner guests, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Muckey, Mr and Mrs Stanley Muckey and family, Mr and Mrs Russell Pickett and family and Chet Williams. Mrs Charles Hinken is entertaining the members of her sewing club this afternoon (Tuesday). Mr and Mrs Stanley Muckey and family moved Sunday to their new home, the former Hopkins residence on Nebraska st. The house on Moore street where the Muckeys formerly lived has been sold to Chet Cook. Mr and Mrs F. M. Holt and children went to Bradgate for Thanksgiving dinner with Mi- Holt's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Bernard Jacobs. Mr and Mrs Murray Mowers entertained at a family TEhanks- giving dinner. Guests. were».Mr and Mrs Charles LaBarre arid Mr and Mrs Bob LaBarre and family. The monthly luncheon will be held at St. Cecelia's Academy this Thursday. Chairlacties are Mrs Clarence Seimer and Mrs H. Weydert. The public is invited. Complete Closing Out Sale Due to the death of my late husband. I have decided to quit farming and I will offer and sell the following described property to the highest and best bidder without reserve on the farm located IVi mi. west and '/4 mi. south of Swea City or 7'/z mi. east and !/« mi. south of Armstrong just off highway nine, on Wednesday, December 6 Sale Starts at 12:30 Sharp Lunch Wagon on Grounds Head of Live stock 60 7 Milk Cows: 5 Holstein cows from 3 to 5 years oM and all springers. 2 Guernsey cows to calf in the spring. 45 good young ewes and one good young 200 PULLETS 200 pullets Red-Leghorn Cross. Laying 75% now. 4 white geese and 2 ganders. buck. The buck has been with these ewes for some time now. 7 Hampshire hogs, weight about 160. Long-time vaccinated. OATS and HAY ISO bu. Mo. O-205 oats, 600 bu., Cherokee oats. 25.0 bales good Red Clover hay and 200 bales of good straw. Machinery & Miscellaneous 1950 IHC M Tractor with OD, 4 row cultivator, and heai-houser. 1946 Massey Harris Sr. M 2 row cultivator. 1951 8 ft. IHC Windrower. 1949 6 ft. IHC Combine with pickup 1949 2 row Oliver Corn Picker. 1950 4 row IHC Corn Planter with fertilizer attachments. 1948 14 ft. Durham Land Roller. 1954 12 ft. Field Cultivator. 1951 7 ft. IHC Tractor Mower. 1951 M. M. 4 bar tractor Side Delivery Rake. 1953 3 bottom IHC 14 in. Plow. 1947 2 bottom Case 16 in. Plow. 1948 IHC IS ft. D'.sc. Kewanee 4 section Drag. Farmirs Friend 42 ft. Elevator and Hoist. IHC Manure Spreader. ttev "o"»"H 4 whe*>l farm trailer with 6 by 10 Heider Box 4 wheel Farm Trailer with flare box. TwJndraulic Manure Loader. Victor Endgate Seeder. Flat rack 8 by 16 ft. Feed Wagon on rubber. - IHC Milking Machine with 2 single units. IHC S 3 Cream Separator. 300 gal. gas barrel with hose and nozel. 500 size chick gas brooder. 1S46 l>/2 tort Ford Truck, 8 by 14 grain box, stock rack and shute. 10 by 12 brooder house. 12 by 16 hog house like new.- 2 feed bunks, 1 hay bunk, several sheep bunks. ' Wire sun porch for- chickens. Extension ladder, weed sprayer, tank heater, electric fencer, chicken feeders, waterers, 3-15 hole metal hen nests, hpg troughs, feeders, panels and pans, electric drill, electric motors, grinder with motor, Monagram wood and coal heating stove, studio couch, garden plow and many more good items too numerous to mention. Usual sale terms No properly to be removed from farm until fully settled for. Not responsible for accidents. Glenn Miller Estate Mrs Dorothy Miller, Administratrix — Hutchison, Hutchison & Carroll, Attorneys QUINN 8c CLARK, Auctioneers FIRST TRUST & SAVINGS BANK, Armstrong, Clerk From "His" Store SUITS and TOPCOATS . . . of elegance and quality by Kuppenheimer — Clothcraft Schoeneman — Griffon Style - Mart Sport Shirts by Arrow and Puritan t Sr««Sr«»!irt«<Jr««ir«^^ New Styles In Belts by Hickok «^«^t8!^^ Men's Mufflers by Regal Lounging Robes by State-o-Maine Long Sleeve Sweaters by Puritan Men's Cotton Socks by Interwoven ' !SreB!fr<s»&'^^^ Men's Pigskin Gloves by Hansen « tft^i uftji UA^fttAjru^it w??\i^?sr^j?ii 0?fif s^i'W?s{r.j\ ! Men's Pajamas by Pleetway Cuff Link Set by Hickok Men's Dress Shirts by Arrow LET HIM CHOOSE HIS OWN GIFTS — Give Him A i There's Lots of Gifts For That Boy of Yours, Too! Boys' Socks by Munsingwear Boys' Sport Shirts by Kaynee Boys' Slacks by Ray Gilbert Boys' Pajamas by Munsingwear Sport Coats by Ray Gilbert Shop Now While Selections Are Complete — Gift Wrapped For Your Convenience . CLOTHING FOR MEN & BOYS WHERE QUALITY IS INEXPENSIVE

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