The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 15, 1955 · Page 10
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2-Affermj (la.) Upptr DM Moines Thursday, Sept. 15, 1955 ftE-tMltEO After 28 years, a mother and son were re-united at Glenwoon recently. Mrs Mabel Washhurn of Port Angeles. Wash., and her son. Jesse Brown of Keokuk met at the home of her father. She'd losf track of the son, after leaving him in a children's home at Stallion alter death of her bus- Announcement We hove sold the GRIFFIN LUMBERYARD to the KELLEY LUMBER CO. We wish to thank everyone for the very fine business we have enjoyed during all the years since we established this business back in 1937. Mel will remain here for the next several months as manager for Mr. Kelley. We hope to continue seeing all of you regularly just the same as we have. We know you will like the Kelleys and we hope you will continue to give them the same fine patronage you have given us. Mel B. Griffin Irene R. Griffin We are happy to announce the purchase of the Griffin Lumber Company in Algona. With our lumber yards in Sexton and Ottosen, the location of this yard will give us an opportunity to serve the people of this area to better advantage. Mr. Mel B. Griffin, the former owner, will remain as manager for the present. We will have ample stocks of quality lumber and all building materials, at reasonable prices. Many of you already know the satisfaction of doing business with Kelleys and our Algona yard will make it convenient for many more to take advantage of Kelleys materials and services. We invite you to come to Kelleys for satisfactory building materials. You will find us ready at all times to help you with your building problems. The customer with the smallest order is just as important and just as wel- corhe at Kelleys as the one with the largest order. Try us and see. Yours very Iruly v{ Mr. & Mrs. Louis N. Kelley KELLEY LUMBER COMPANY Algona, Iowa "By the Milwaukee Depot" MACHINERY Auction Sale! As I am quilting the Implement business in Armstrong, I will sell Ihe following listed New and Used Implement ilcms at Public Auclion on — Wed., Sept. 21 SALE STARTS AT 1:00 P.M. ARMSTRONG, IOWA Brand New Machinery 1—Case '75' P.T.O. Combine 3—Case T-6 Manure Spreaders 1—Case T-8 Manure Spreader 3—Case 2-16" Plows 1—Case 3-16" Plow 3—Case 3-14" Plows 1—Case 2-14" Plow 1—Case DC Tractor 1—Case SC Tractor 1—Case Hammermill wiih power drive 1—Case Side-Delivery Rake 3—Case 4-Wheel Wagons— 56" tread 2—Case 4-Wheel Wagons— 66" tread 1—40-Foot Elevator 1—Automatic Baler — With motor 5—Assorted Wheel-Tandem Disks 1—Case 15-Foot Hydraulic Disk 1—Case 15-Foot Culli- Packer Used Machinery • 6 CORN PICKERS — 2—2-Row Case "Snappers" 1—2-Row Case Pickers — with husking beds 2—2-Row Farm-Rite Pickers 1—2-Row New Idea Picker —Pull-Type • 4 COMBINES 2—John Deere 12-A Combines 2—Case A-6 Combines • MISCELLANEOUS 1—John Deere Side-Delivery Rake 1—4-Wheel«d Rubber-Tired Wagon Several Other New and Used Miscellaneous Items • FIVE PLOWS 1—I.H.C. 2-16" Plow 1—I.H.C. 3-14" Plow 1—John Deere 2-16" Plow 1—John Deere 3-16" Plow 1—David Bradley 2-14" Plow • TRACTORS 1—1948 VAC Case Tractor With cultivator 1—John Deere "A" Tractor O 4 DISKS 2-1S-F1. I.H.C. Disks 2—15-Fl. John Deere Disks W. E. TEETE IMPliMiNT - Armstrong, Iowa Clark & Clark — Auctioneers Ottosen Sends Large Group Off To College Ottosen—SOVCIYI] young pooplc in the community ;ne leaving to bn.uin studies ;ii higher fduca- 1ion institutions. Janic!' Vinans. daughter of Mr and Mis John VinaHs, is leiiving today (Monday) lor Forest City, where she will he a Junior at \Valdorf College. She will he taking n business course. Marilyn l.arsrhi. daughter of Mr and All's Donald Larson will he a senior at Waldorf college at Forest City. She is taking a course in Elementary Educalion Shirley Alme. daughter of Mr find Mrs Chester Alme. is leaving Tuesday for Dana College ai Blair. Neb., where she will be a sophomore. Margaret Kelley, daughter ol Mr and Mrs Louis Kelley. will leave nexl Sunday for Des Muines where she will be a freshman ai Diake University. She will lake a course in Church Music. This course is something new beiny offered at Drake. Firs! Trust «v Saving::. Rural Club Hostess Mrs Albert Thorsen was hostess lo the Ladies Rural Club Thursday alternoon at her home. Mrs FJob Truelsen read Scripture. Mrs Anna Leist gave the lesson on Michigan. Mrs DeVere Newton had charge of the recreation. Guests were Mrs Harvey Thorsen and Clara Thorsen. This group held the contest picnic at the Sam Kropf home with the losers entertaining the \vrn- ners. Mr and Mrs llollis Cooper and family attended the wedding of Delores Sampson and Melvin Loewenberg at the Presbyterian Church at Estherville Sunday evening. The bridegroom and Mrs Cooper are cousins. Mr and Mrs Louis Kelley and daughter Margaret visited Sunday at the homes of Mr and Mrs Floyd .Bennett and Mr and Mrs J. L. Howard at Schaller. Mrs Paul Berninghaus of Rodman was a Monday visitor at the parental Antone Speich home. Sunday visitors at the Edward Zinnel home were Mr and Mrs Louis Jacobson and family for dinner and Mr and Mrs Roy Telford in the afternoon. Mr and Mrs Alfred Schult/. and t family were Sunday dinner guests < at the honr: of his mother, Mrs Hulcla Schullx at Lone Rock. They also visited her mother. Mrs Maude Blanchard at Lone Rock. Craig Blanchard of Lone Rock returned home witli them for an overnight visit. Mr and Mrs Harold Sundel and family of Algona and the Knut Oppcdahl family enjoyed a picnic supper together Saturday evening at the Knut Oppcdahl homo. Theresa. Margariete. and Bergliot Holt all of Ellsworth visited Saturday afternoon at the Merle Holt home. Others in for corrcc at the Holt homo Saturday afternoon were Mrs Loran 'Daniel, Margaret Hull, Pastor and Mrs Mountain and Mrs Oscar Larson and Susan Larson, the latter two werP visitors at the Mountain home from Leeds, North Dakota. Mrs Earl Long and Marilyn and Mr and Mrs; Arnold Bratland anil family of Bode were Sunday dinner guests at the Charles Spurlock home at Sutherland. Mr and Mrs Peter Enockson, and Mr and Mrs Roy Enueksun left Sunday morning for Ottawa, Illinois, wnere they will attend funeral services for a friend, Tom Foss. They will be gone several days. Hobert Lee of Tulsa, Okla., spent the Labor Day weekend with his parents, Mr and Mrs Oliver Lee. Mr:, Nora Coats of Miami, Fla. and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Kee o! Clarion visited and were supper guests at the 11. D. Benson home. Mr and Mrs Nick DeFranciseo of DCS Moines spent the Labor Day weekend at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Roy Jacobson. Labor Day weekend visitors ai the Morgan Hagen home were Mr and Mrs Carrol Hagen and daughter, Joan Hagen, Phyllis Thomas and Don Jones, all of Des Moines. Mrs Edith Stone of Albany, Oregon is visiting at the Watson Struthers home and with other relatives here. The visitor is Mrs Struthers' sister. Mr and Mrs Archie Strulhers of Oakdale spent Wednesday visiting at the home of Mrs W. E. Hundertmark. Margaret Kelley, daughter of Mr and Mrs Louis Kelley had the honor of being a delegate to the National Convocation of Methodist Youth held a Purdue University Aug. 21 to 27. Mary Ann McLuen, daughter of Mr and Mrs K. R. McLuen, entertained three girl friends honoring Susan Larson of Leeds, N. D., who has been visiting this past week at the home of Pastor and Mrs Mountain. Those present were Susan Larson, Mary Ann Holt, Leslie Ann Zinnel and Carie Mae Hang." They ejoyed a wiener roast on the McLuen lawn. St. Benedict Town & Country Club Resumes Activity Si. Benedict — The Town and Country Club has started its monthly meetings again after vacation during the summer. This one was held at the home of Mrs Nick Arndorfer. Mrs Arnold Arndorfer gave the group of ladies a demonstration on artificial, respiration and talked on other phases of first aid. Returning To Sch'6ol Leo McCarthy, oldest son of Mr slid Mrs Don McCarthy of St. Benedict, has completed his work for the Iowa Roadbuilding company, and plans to leave for his second year at Loras College, Du- buqiu , on Sept. 18. He is a 1954 graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy in Algona. At Patient's Bedside Mr and Mrs Magnus Ralim were at Des Moines the morning of Sept. 2nd before an operation was performed on Mrs Rabin's stepfather, Ernest Jones. The opc-ration was for cancer of the bowels. He was very ill when thev returned. Eagle Twp. Changed Swea & Eagle — Mr and Mrs Clyde Larson and son Gary, moved last week from the Roger Linde farm lo their own house in Swea City. Mr and Mrs Harry Linde of Eagle Township moved into the house vacated by Larson's. Mr Linde has turned his farm employment over lo their daughter and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs Junior Ellis. Mr and Mrs Curlis Burgeson and family of California are. visitors at the Fred Johannesen home and with other relatives in this vicinity. Aggie Rosenmeyer was the high winner at the card party at the home of Mrs Lawrence Cink, Sept. 7. Mr and Mrs Don McCarthy spent last Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs John McCarthy of Bancroft. It was a family reunion of all these McCar'.liy's: Albert, Robert, Vines, Homer, Don, and John and the James Coyne family. There was open house at three homes in Algona. They were the homes of Schlidknecht family. Ben Capesius family, ancl that of the Elead Wegner's, all three built by the latter. Callers at the Philip Arndorfer home late Sunday p.m. was Mr? Leon Hugeback of Manning; Mrr John Rubes ancl son Stephen. 01 Kansas City. Mo., and June Mc- Enioe of Algona all three being daughters of Mr and Mrs Leo McEnroe Mrs Philip Arndorfer's parents. Mr and Mrs M. II. McEnroe were here, too. Mission week is being held at the St. Benedict Catholic church this week. It started Sunday evening at 7:30. All evening services will be held at this time throughout the week. Masses in the morning are at 0:30 ancl 8:15. Cold Coast, known as the Grave." West Africa, is "While Man's RUMMAGE SALE Saturday, Sept. 17 8 A.M. lo 1 P.M. In Kohlhaas Bldg., Across From Postoffice Sponsored By The "75 Club" of the First Lutheran Church Executors Sale OF Real Estate Friday, Sept. 23, '55 The undersigned as Executor of the estate of Harry A. Bates, deceased, will sell at Public Auction to the highest bidder the following described real estate situated in Kossuth County, Iowa, to-wit: THE NORTHWEST QUARTER (NWU) AND THE WEST HALF (W! 2 ) OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER (NE'4) AND THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER (SE'/4 OF NE14) SECTION 15, Township 96, florth, Range 29, West of the 5th P. M. Kossuth County, Iowa. This farm is located 11/2 miles West and 4 miles North of Algona, Iowa. POSSESSION MARCH 1,1956 Terms: 20°° cash on date of sale, and balance in cash on or before March 1, 1956. Abstract and clear title with 1955 taxes paid will be furnished to the purchaser. Sale to take place on the premises at 2:00 p.m. Also the following described real estate situated in Algona, Iowa, Lot 7, Block 81, Original Plat, 415 East North Street, Algona, Iowa. This property will be sold at Public Auction to the highest bidder on the premises at 4:00 P.M. of said day. Immediate Possession Terms: 20°° down on date of sale in cash, balance 'in cash as soon as title is, approved. Abstract and clear title will be furnished to purchaser. Both sales are subject to the approval of the District Court of Kossuth County, Iowa. Iowa State Bank, Algona, Iowa, Exec, of the estate of Harry A. Bates, Dec'd. Colwell Bros. Auctioneers • BURT By Mrs Jessie Rash A surprise dinner was given Sunday at the Wallace Hawcott home honoring Mrs Hawcott on her birthday. Guests were Mr and Mrs George Hawcotl, Mrs Holdren and Sharon Runchey. Mr and Mrs Louis Rieclel with, Mr and Mrs Walter Darken and Henry Dacken were in Cherokee Thursday called there by the illness of Frank Schneider. They found him much improved from a heart attack. They all calki, at the James Frederickson home in Alia. Mr E. II. Millen of Mitchell S. D. came for the weekend and Mrs Millen returned home with her husband. Mrs Milieu had been overseeing some work on her house in town. Mrs H. Sauerman of Sparta, Wis. spent a lew days here with her mother, Mrs Millen. Rev. and Mrs Charles Nelson and sons of Kettle River. Minn. were calling on friends in town Tuesday. Rev. Nelson was pastor of the Full Gospel Church here. Mr and Mrs F. L. Pratt were in Worthington, Minn. Sunday, where they visited the son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Ear! Neater. Mr Nester recently returned to his home after six weeks hospilalizatkni following surgery Harry Sewick of Iretun and Mrs Addie Irwin of Sioux City visited the Art Leasons. Luiv. Sewick, Forest City, spent the weekend here also. Kenneth Hawcotl was four years old Sepl. 12 and in honoi of the event a birthday supper was enjoyed at the Wallace Haw- cotl home Monday. Guests were: Kenneth':; grandparents. Mr and Mrs Ge'.rgt: Hawcott. his great grandmo'.hers, Mrs Etta Hoidren and Mrs Bertha Wallace and an aunt, Sharon Runchey. Recent visitors at the Lee Pra't home were Mr and Mrs 11. G. Schunck ancl son Henry Potter of Chicago. The women are cousins. Dinner guests at the home ol Mr and Mrs K. J. Smith Tuesday were Mr and Mrs B"rte Palmer ancl Mr and Mrs C. H. Beard- siey of Algona. The occasion was honoring Mr Beardsley on his birthday. Members of the Friendlv Birth- day Club went (o the home of Mrs Witlkopp Thursday afternoon to observe her birthday. Olher guests were Mrs Howard Bait and children and Mrs Henry Fviedrich and daughter, Barbara. The Cub Scouts are meeting on Friday afternoons this year, with Den mothers, Mrs Fred Gebken and Mrs Don Patterson. Boys between the ages of eight and ten years are eligible and if in- terested sec Dale Lockwood, the Cub master. A Pack picnic is planned for Sept. 26 at the Call State Park. Mrs Elizabeth Schaper had as her guests for the Labor Day weekend several friends from Des Moines. Mr and Mrs J. C. Blome visited relatives at Hollandale, Minn. Sunday and Monday. DIAMOND'S SURPLUS Buy Now! Sports 500 New Fall Sports Shirts To Choose From ! Biggest in Kossuih County — BAR NONE ! 295 PAY LESS — GET MORE — in the "hottest" new Fall sports shirts you've feasted eyes on! Tremendous selection 500 of 'em, piled lo the ccilingl Laiost colors and fabrics. All well- known hi-quality brands for less. Extra large and sizes with extra long arms _ we got 'em! It's to DIAMONDS for the "Sports Shirt Riot!" Included! New ITALIAN style shirts, with the new body cut. In the same rich colors and fabrics. These you'll like. JACKET N-E-W-S "The Jackets Store announces it has jackets to fit any gent — from 36 slim to 54 stout. A host of dress jackets to Parkas or 3 4 lengths. DIAMOND'S SURPLUS STORE Spend The Day With Us And Well Show You Why McCormick FarmaMs and Plows ere Your Best Buys! Hitch Starting at 11 a.m. until about 4 p.m. on the Clyde Priebe Farm 4 MILES EAST OF ALGONA ON HY. 18 Demonstrations With • UTILITY 300 with fast hitch and 3-14 mounted plow. • FARMALL 300 with fast hitch and 3-14 mounted plow. • FARMALL 400 with fast hitch and 3-16 mounted plow. • FARMALL 400 DIESEL with electrall and No. 16 heavy-dtuy, high clearance 4-14 pull-type plow plus sub soiler. BUY ON THE INCOME PURCHASE PLAN AND LET THE EQUIPMENT PAY FOR ITSELF WALT & DEB HALL

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