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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

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Band & Chorus Program For L-RocU5tli Lone Rock — Lone Rock High will present its band ahd girls chorus in the second of this year's series of three concerts, on Feb. 25th at 8:00 p.m. in the.Lone Rock gym. The band has increased from a 39 piece marching band, including twirlers, to a 44 piece concert band. The girls chorus numbers 24 vocies. - ' ' :. Featured on the band program will be the "Crusaders" overture, "Mexican Overture", and a Bach number. An extra attrac- :ion during one of the marches will be the appearance of the junior baton twirlers. The chorus is appearing for the first time this year, and will sing four or more numbers. Both groups are making this concert prior to preparing for the state music contests, which will 'be held in April and May. The Band will also appear In the K & E Conference 'Band Festival at Whittemore on March 21st . at 8:00 p.m. , Don Blanchard ; spent '; from , Thursday till Saturday in Des Moines, as a representative to the Iowa State Education Association. Mr and Mrs Elmer Franks and family of Swea City and Mrs Hilma Erickson called at the Don Blanchard home Sunday. Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz, Gary, Tim and Debra were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the home of his mother, Mrs H. Schultz.' The Clair Bollinger family, Mrs Leila Heiter and W. C. Heiter spent Sunday afternoon at the Lyle Heiter home at EmmetSburg The Chuck Ramsey family of Mason City came Saturday afternoon and 1 the Leon Larson family came .Saturday evening and they and the Merton Larson family, the Dennis Priebe family, the Ray Pfiebe family of Fenton were all Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the Art Priebe home. The Jack Johnson family of Cowrie spent Sunday at the Chas. Morris home. Mr and Mrs Edwin Carlson of Minneapolis, Minn, enroute home' from Mexico City, were Friday dinner guefets at her brother's, Rev. and Mrs Clifford E. Nordine. Mr and Mrs Fred Iverson and children of Belmond spent Sunday at the parental, W. G. Flaig i home helping Mrs Flaig celebrate her birthday. ,r The Lorenz Geitzenauer family were Sunday supper guests at the parental C. J. Stauder home. Calvin Householder, Mrs Woodrow Pettit and Peggy and Mr*; C-. E.,,Householder spent>Sunday aj Spirit Lake where -th^y 'visitec C. ,F«. .Householder in the hospitR there. He is still undergoing tests. The Farmer's Co-op. Creamery will hold its annual'dinner anc' meeting Thursday at 12 o'clock a the Lone Rock Presbyterian church. Leo Benson of the State Brand Creamery of Mason City will be guest speaker, 'Mr: and Mrs Arnold Grbskreutz of, Ware were Sunday 1 evening dinner guests at the Erich Seege- Darth home. Mr and Mrs Clarence. Kraft and Judy and Mrs'Rose Kraft were Sunday evening supper, guests at the Jim Walker home in Algo'na. ' . Mrs W. J. Cotton entertained the following at a coffee party in hohor of Mrs Roy:Jen£en's birthday Saturday afternoon: Mesdames Roy Jensen, Roger Jensen, Frank Flaig, W. G. Flaig, Delmai Fischer, L, A. Newbrough, E. A' Lee, E. M. Jensen, A. A. Kruegei and Tena Jertsen. • ' Martin Trosin of Ayrshire visited the Geo. Pettit home Sunday Mr and Mrs Bob Hanna and Mrs Ethel McChesney of Van- Nuys, Calif, visited Cecil Seege- barth at the Retreat hospital in Des Moines and also Mr and Mrs John Morgan of Des Moines on Monday. ' Mr -and Mrs Glenn Householdei and Wm. Householder of Fenton called on their father, C.- El Householder at the- hospital" iil Spirit Lake, Friday. K. M. Chase, of Fenton, Clarence-Martin, Don Blanchard, and Marlyn Bausman attended funeral services of David Beck's father, David Beck, Sr. at Lyons, Neb.,Sunday. He .passed away suddenly Thursday' afternoon. The;E. A, Lee family and Mrs Marie Dacken ; were Sunday; dinner guests'at the R. W. Christenson home. Mr and Mrs Geo. Long and family were Sunday supper guests- at ..the .parental Clarence Ackerson home at Wesley and in the evening at the parental Alex Krueger home. Band Mothers will hold their Feb. meeting Wednesday, even- ng, Feb., 16 at the school .with Mrs Glenn Householder, Mrs Wm. Cnoll, Mrs D. McArthur, Mrs E. ^erson and Mrs W. Kading as lostesses. Mr' and Mrs P. : M. Christenson r isited Sunday, afternoon at the . M. Jensen home in Ringsted. Mr' and Mrs Virgil Borchardt of Fenton visited Monday even- ng at the Howard Bierstedl lome. Sunday evening the : Bi°r- stedts visited at.the.-Daryl Drey- ir home'at Fenton.' Mr and Mrs Herschel Hartman spent the weekend in Des Moines visiting her sister and family, Mr and Mrs Wm. Farr. The Richard Gross family were Sunday dinner guests at the parental A. R. Willrett home in Al- ;ona. ' . ,Mr and Mrs Wilfred* Radig spent Monday and Tuesday in Des'Moines, • Mrs Rose Rahm- stock of Lakota stayed at the Radig home till they returned. The Bernard .Miller family spent Sunday at West Bend Visiting at the parental Wayne Miller home. Mr and Mrs Gerald Radig en- tertaine'd at Sunday dinner foi Dr. arid Mrs • Leroy Hendf iiekper 'a*wt family of' Armstrong,',Mt anc 'Mrs" Alex Radig.of Fentori, Gene Radig of Iowa City, the Dpnalc Radig family, Mr and Mrs Wilfrei Radig and son, Mr and Mrs Har old Gross and family. Sunday evening guests at thd Edwin Wichtendahl home were the Ronald Meyer family of Fenton, the Albert Meyer family and the Rudolph Hanover family. Thursday evening Mr and Mrs R. W. Christenson and Mr and Mrs Raymond Laabs visited at the Roger Jensen home to help Roger celebrate his birthday. Mr and Mrs Alfred Schipull visited Wednesday at the Henry Boge home in Hurnboldt. \ Mr and Mrs Sieb Behrends and' Ila Mae visited Sunday afternoon at the Donald Bierstedt home in Algona. Mr and Mrs Eldon Duncan and boys of Fenton were, Sunday evening supper guests at the Blaine Saxton home. Mrs Henry Schroeder and Mrs Roy Chrischilles of Fehton visited their mother, Mrs Henry Weiner of Burt Friday afternoon at the Holy Family hospital in Estherville. Mr Weiner is staying at the Schroder home while his wife is in the hospital. On Saturday and SundayYMr and Mrs Schroeder visited their son and family, the La Verne Schroeders at Moville, where Saturday evening his tdam played in the basketball finals at Pierson and won the consolation round. Mr and Mrs Will: Christenson were Sunday supper guests at the R. W. Christenson home. Plum Creek:4-H The Plum Creek Boys' 4-H club held -their February meeting at the home of Ja'fnes' Kain las Wednesday evening,' Feb. 2. A movie was shown on* weed con* ,trol by>-Robert Johnson.':- The January meeting wa"s a pot luck supper for the entire families of the members of the club, held a1 Center School. . BUFFALO A two year old cow buffalo-is a familiar sight to residents of the Squirrel Hollow vicinity, near efferson.- 'Mr and Mrs Leonard Meyers got the cow about a year go. It is a yery tame and is n6w [uite a family pet. Rites Friday At Bancroft For Kahier infant Bancroft — Funeral rites for Shirley Mary Kahier, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Herman it. Sahler, were held Friday at 10:30 a.m. at St. John's Catholic church with burial in St. John's cemetery. The Garry Funeral Home Was in charge of arrangements. Shirley Was born Jan. 27 in the Burt Clinic and passed away Feb. 2 at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. .Besides her parents she leaves three sisters and four brothers, her grandparents, Mrs Anna Kahier and Mrs Tony Lappe.\ Parents of Daughter Mr and Mrs Joseph W.illiams are the parents of a daughter born Feb. 5 at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. They now have a family of two sons and one daughter. • ' $316 March of Dimes The March of Dimes collection 'for Bancroft, totaled as follows: Mather's Marcn, $213.58; Business Containers, $39.60; .Public School, $10.43; St. John's School,53.20. The total'was $316.81. \ •'•''• Alphonse, Loretta and Marcella Weber visited relative^ in Wisconsin and Dubuque recently. They spent Monday at Morristown, Minn., where they attended the funeral of a cousin. Richard Menke returned from Rochester, Monday, where he has been a .patient at Worrell hospitav for four weeks suffering from a heart condition. Mr and Mrs L. Menke returned Saturday. Mrs Menke underwent surgery. at Rochester. Thursday, February 10, l95SAlgena (la.) Upper Des Moines-3 Betty Schiltz was honored at a .Forester shower, Thursday evening, at the Forester Hall. Miss Schiltz was presented with a gift. W. W. Ditsworth is on an extended visit in Mississippi where he is visiting relatives. Sister Mary Rochelle and Sister Mary Williams spent several days in Dubuque where Sister Rochslle's brother was ordained a priest Friday. They attended first Mass Friday morning. ' Alice Long, Des Moines, Joe Long, Belmond spent the weekend at the Long and Ford homes. Charles McGuire and Laurence Bergman spent the first of the week in Minneapolis where John McGuire boxed in the golden glove tournament. They also visited Bill McGuire, student at St. Thomas College and with Mr and Mrs B. G. Sudimier. Mr and Mrs Frank Droessler and Mr and Mrs Henry Zeimet, attended the wedding of Dorothy Illg and Ed McGuire at St. Joe, Tuesday. The ladies are aunts of the bride. Cletus Dorr took the cheerleaders to Mason City Sunday and spent the day with his sister, Miss rloslee Dorr. Algona Marine Off For Japan CAMP PENDLETON, Calif.- (FHTNC) —Marine Pvt. Richard J. Waldera, son erf Mr and Mrs R. G. Waldera of 321 .N. Harlan st., Algona, Iowa, boarded ship the last week in January foi transfer to the 3rd Marine Divison in Japan, niter completing four weeks of training in the staging regiment at the Marine Corps Base here. The staging regiment handles all last minute training and details for leathernecks slated for duty in the Far East, Silver Wedding Mr and Mrs Henry Mertz of Wesley will hold open house Sunday, Feb. 13. in observance ol their 25th wedding anniversary Hours from 2:00 to 4:00 o'clock in the afternoon. Friends and relatives are invited to call. WESLEY LIVESTOCK MARKET Sale Saturday, Feb. 12,1 p.m. Consigned For This Sale 2 Entire Herds Of Cattle One herd Whlfefaee cows, calves, young bulls and herd sire. (A very outstanding set of stock cows.) ' One herd Black Angus and Shorthorn cattle. Unusual run of pigs, sheep, stock feeder and butcher cattle. Top Prices received for all classes of livestock. All consignments appreciated, large or small. GAREL (Dutch) LEEK PHONE 2941, WESLEY DINNER & BAZAAR SUNDAY, FEB. 13 Academy Hall - Whittemore \ Starting at 5 p.m. Menu Roast Beef Mashed Potatoes Buttered Corn Baked Beans Jello Salad Relish Plate Rolls Pie Coffee 50c & $1 per plate — You're Invited FREE FREE FREE A Free Trip to Florida Someone is going to win a free all-expense- paid trip to Florida at the OPEN HOUSE which will be held at the Elmer Gray Farm, 6 Miles South of Buffalo Center on FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18 This home is one of our finest 4-bedropm home, and you are invited to come and inspect this beaut.ful home.' Doors Will Be Open From 10 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Free Coffee and Doughnuts Will Be Served All Day. Register at the door for the free plane trip. Anyone over 21 years of age is «ligib"« »° win " Nordaas American Home * Minnesota lake, Minnesota As I am quitting farming I will hold a closing out sale of the following described property on the farm located 1 Vi miles south of Swea City* or 4 miles west and 4'/2 miles north of Bancroft; or 4 miles east and 4'/a miles north of Seneca; or 6 miles north. 1 mile east and 4V 2 miles north of Lone Rock on Monday, Feb. 14 SALE STARfS Afc 12:30 <, ;, . •;..;•'•-•!-> ...<-, .> «-£" ^^-fv: ^ . v : . " Zumacti Lunch 'Wagon on Grounds I 37 - HEAD OF LIVESTOCK - 37 11 Head of Cattle Brown Swiss heifer, fresh 3 months;" milking heavy. 3 Brown Swiss cows coming with 3rd calf, to freshen in the spring. 4 Brown Swiss heifers, coming with first calf, will freshen in spring. (These cows are artificially bred to registered Swiss.) 2 Shorthorn heifers coming with first calf, to freshen 'in the.spring. (Artificially bred to Shorthorn.) Brown Swiss heifer, 6 months old, out of artificial breeding. The above cows passed the milk ring test. 26 Head Hampshire Bred Gilts Bred to a Registered Hampshire Boar, to Start Farrowing in March and April. Long Time Vaccinated. Auctioneers Note: These cows and heifers and bred gilts are exceptionally good. Power Machinery WC Allis-Chalmers tractor, powe rljft and cultivator, in good condition, 1947 "C" Allis Chalmers tractor, with hydraulic lift & cultivator, very good, looks like new. Case tractor 2-row corn planter, 2 years old with fertilizer attachment and 160 rods wire with regular shoes and discs interchangeable. Allis - Chalmers plow, 2-14' slat mold. boards, 3 sets of shoes. Little Giant 40 ft. wide elevator, 3 years old. Wide wagon hoist. Speed jack, 4 section Lindsay flexible lever drag with telescope hitch, 4 years old. 12 ft. Allis-Chalmers disc, 4 years old. Oliver 8'/2 ft. roll-over digger or springtooth. McCormick-Deermg seeder with grass seed attachment. McCormick-Deering binder used for wipdrowing with good canvas. No. 7 five-foot Me- Cormick-Peering mower, runs in oil bath. New Idea manure spreader. Rubber-tired trailer with good straight box. Wide-tire wagon with 36" straight box. Wagon running gear, 36" straight box. Steel wheel wagon running gears. Hay rack. McCormick-Deering hand corn sheller. Slip scraper. - MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS - Feed — Poultry — Building — Household Equipment 190 ROP White Leghorn Chickens Laying good Terms of Sale are cash, or make arrangements with your banker. No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents at this sale. , • BERNARD LOOFT Owner FISCHER & QUINN, Auctioneers Swea City State Bank, Clerk Prices Drastically Reduced! ft Jysf Received &§& ! v&s *M $ ^ $ l\ "*i>K OJ *n r\ ... Yes, We Besght as Eitfsre New, Factory-Fres Passing the Savings on to ( Before Such Section®! Low \ of Brand ad We're (u§. Customers! Never Prices on the World's P^"***- BAL , No? Seconds, fnil-She 6.00-16 Plus Tax Exchange if your Old Tire is Recappable Tires PRICED .7O-1S I PLUS TAX-lXCHANOl IF YOUR OLD TIRE IS RECAPPAME < *MW&&AfS**J>+*-*. f. W idttf •\ While They Las? GIGANTIC CLO fif0$fOff* De Luxe the Original Equipment Tire on '54 Cars TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE ON YOUR OLD TIRES BLACK SIDEWALLS WHITE REGULAR SPECIAL SIZE NO TRADE- TRADE-IN IN PRICE" PRICE' 6 6 6 7 7 R 8 00-16 $22 50-16 .40-15 .70-15 .10-15 .60-15 .00-15 .20-15 20 27.30 23 24 26 29 32 33 .20 .35 .95 .45 .40 .75 Other $16 .65 20.48 17 18 20 22 24 25 sixes .40 .26 .21 .09 .30 .31 SIDEWALLS REGULAR SIZE NO TRADE- IN PRICE* SPECIAL TRADE-IN * PRICE 1 6.00-16 $27.20 $20.40 6 6 6 7 7 8 8 50-16 40-15 70-15 10-15 60-15 .00-15 .20-15 proportionately 33.45 28 29 33 36 39 41 .40 .85 .00 .10 .70 .35 25.09 21 22 24 27 29 31 .30 .3V .75 .08 .78 .01 low I > I : " Plus lax ond your presc-nl recappable lira " Plus Tax . ...... lllfl | niltJM . 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