The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 17, 1955 · Page 25
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 25

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 17, 1955
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LOUIS PUBLIC SIMPSON Having purchased the Standard Station In Wetl«y, I am offering for sale all my machinery and livestock on the farm located 1 mile east, '/> mile north of intersection Hy. 169 and 18 at Algona, on Tues. Nov. 22 TRACTORS and Accessories Starting at 1:00 p.m. Lunch on the Grounds 1—M Farmall, all overhauled. 1-440 4-row IHC planter, 3 yrs. old. 1—438 4-row IHC cultivator, 3 yrs. old. 1—Oliver 3-bottom plow. 1—21-ft. disc., good. 1—H Farmall, like new. 1-238 IHC cultivator. 1— 2-bottom John Deere plow. 1 —14-ft. David Bradley disc. 1-Heat Houser for H or M tractor. ALSO ONE 1942 INTERNATIONAL PICKUP TRUCK Machinery MISCELLANEOUS 1<—post drill, 1—electric motor. 1—Clinton chain saw, tike new. 1—300 gal. tank, new hose and nozzle. Spades, saws and other small tools too numerous to mention. 1— 500-chick electric brooder. Chicken feeders and waterers. 1—brooder house, 12x16 ft. 2—hog houses, 12x16 ft, 2—20 bu. hog feeders. 2—30 bu. hog feeders. 1—250 gal. tank, with 2 hog waterers built in. 2-fe*d bunks. 1—2M corn picker, excellent condition. 1—IHC No. 64 combine with straw spreader & pickup, 3 yrs. old. 1 —10-ft. grain auger with motor. 1—22 ft. 4-section harrow. 1 — 15 bu. Turly tractor mounted seeder, 1 yr. old. 1—Caswell manure loader. 1— J.D. tractor manure spreader, 2 yrs. old. 1—6 ft. mower with tractor hitch. 1-IHC side rake. -1-IHC hay loader. 1-IHC field cultivator, good condition. 1—4-row weed sprayer, tractor mounted. 1-40 ft. J.D. steel elevator. Speed jack and hoist. 2—rubber-tired wagons with barge-type boxes. 1-steel-wheeled wagon, with flare box. 1-enclosed (3x5) 2-wheel trailer, rubber tired. !-{4x8) box, 2-wheel trailer. 1-flat trailer (8x12). 86 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK 86 FEED & SEED 13 Shorthorn stock cows. 13 Shorthorn calves. 8 Yearling steers. 3 Yearling heifers. 1 Registered Shorthorn bull. 1100 bales alfalfa, no rain on It. 1400 bales Timothy and alfalfa, no rain on it. 450 bales straw, all bales in barn. 600 bu. Ames No. 2 oats, suitable for seed. i TERMS; Cash, or make arrangements with clerk. 25 Purebred Spotted Poland China gilts (open), sired by the State Champion Sported Poland China boar of 1953. 22 fall pigs. 1 SADDLE HORSE, WELL BROKE 200 LAYING HENS Not responsible for accidents. Louis Simpson Reilin* & Leek, Wesley, Auctioneers. Exchange State Bank, WesJey- Clerk. Sfyper Be* jttoitte£ ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1955 VOl. 92 - NO. 46 12 From County Win 4-H Award Trips To Chicago BURT By Mrs Jessie Rash The Burt Township Honie- m;ik(. j is will meet with Mrs Dale Schroeder Tuesday afternoon. Nov. 15, Mrs Edward Tis>- ge.s- and Mrs Ralph Thompson assisting. Roll Call to be answered with Capital of Foreign Countries. Mrs Harold Holmgren will give the lesson on "World Trade. 1 ' The Birthday Circle will not meet this week. It has been postponed until Thursday the 17. place of meeting will bo given later. Bertha 1 Mansmith will have program. Mrs George Thompson of Des Moines visited relatives in Lone Rock thus weekend and was a Sunday dinner guest at the Delmar Angus home. Bertha Mansmith spent a few days last week with the Lawrence Gillespies in Algona. Monday this week. Mrs Jerry Puffer and baby. Rhonda, and Mrs Gillespie of Algona were ;it the George Manus home. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Do^ue accompanied Mrs Walter Adams of Algona to Mason City Wednesday. Mrs J. O. Isenberger returned Thursday from Lakota where she visited friends. With Mrs Vun- Steenberge she visited Mrs Fred Ryther in Algona Friday. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Snrchet are parents of a first daughter Rochelle Jean born Sunday. Oct. 30 at St. Ann hospital. Algona. The baby weighed seven pounds 10 ounces and has a brother 2'L- years old. Mr and Mrs Fred Habeger and Mr and Mrs Robert Sarchet are grandparents. THESE WOMEN! By d' PORK cSTdHus ""I see a tall, dark, handsome man in your life . . . h th« minister who will marry you to a short, fat man!" Mike Smidt and son of Bancroft, South Dakota spent the weekend with the Cliff Abba* family. Mrs Ray Miller and children oi Titonka spent the weekend at the Walter Stewards and at the Clifford Abbas home. Mrs Anna Drone plans to spend the winter with relatives in Pasadena. Calif. She has moved from 4he Howard Geesman house where she lived. 1 Our Downstairs Toyland Is Now Open! Largest and Most Complete Selection In This Area! LAYAWAY for Christmas Small Amount Holds Any Purchase Everything '•a for All Ages Come Early For Best Selection SWARTZ Adults Get Nile School Chance Selection of courses for ten weeks of adult night classes to begin January 9 Ls now underway, according to Clair Rowe, instructor in the local school An effort is being made to determine which courses are most desired. Each person will indicate his first, second and third choice of courses. The questionnaires must be returned to the Algona Community School not later than Nov. 14. A minimum of ten persons must enroll before a class can be set up. It was pointed out by Rowe that a person's preference does not obligate one to attend that class. Results of the questionnaire poll will be used as a basis for planning this year's evening school. Courses where no interest is indicated will be eliminated immediately. A tentative list of courses includes beginning sewing, advanced sewing, typing, shorthand, textiles, industrial arts, French, dramatics, photography, aeronautics, square dancing, ceramics and upholstery, which have all been offered before, and office machines, bookkeeping, chess, problems of education and automotives, which might be offered fur the first time, depending on interest. Each class will meet from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. each Monday, beginning January 9 and ending March 12. There is an enrollment fee of S5 for the ten meetings. Anyone wishing further information may call 295. There were 140 persons enrolled last year, a slight increase over previous years. To Enjoy Five Days, Take In International Twelve outstanding Kossuth County 4-H club members and two leaders will attend the 1953 Chicago International and sight.-? of interest November 24 through November 29. The award trips are being sponsored by the Cooperative Elevators of Kossuth County with the exception of the Lu- Verne elevator, the County Farm Bureau and Better Funning magazine. Members winning the award, trips for their outstanding overall 4-IT work were—James F. Antoine, Bancroft; Aden Benschoter, Algona; Robert Chambers, Corwith; Duane Jensen, Swea City; Kathryn Johannesen. Lone Rock; Lola Meyer, Fentcin; Rita Streit, Whittemore; Carol Winter. Lakota and Charlotte Wise, Corwith. Leaders accompanying the group are Mrs Henry Looft, Fenton; Ray Cunningham, Burt and Robert Johnson, county extension youth assistant. The Kossuth delegation will join delegates from thirteen other counties at Mason City and 4>o in on the seventh annual KGLO- North Iowa Fair special delega-i tion to Chicago. This year's trip includes special tours through the Continental Can Co., Chicago's Mighty Board of Trade, the world famous Hall of Science and Industry, Shedd Aquarium, a sight seeing trip through Chicago's Maxwell street area. North Michigan Ave., China Town, Washington and Jackson parks, services at Chicago Temple or St. Mary's and of course tin 1 1955 International Livestock Show. Free time has been provided in the schedule for optional ti ips through the Chicago Tribune, Marshall Fields, Field Museum, Planetarium, Art Gallery, shopping, sleeping, movies and stage shows. The Kossuth County Cooperative Elevators sponsoring the trip are—Burt Cooperative Elevator, Farmers Coop. Elevator, Swea City; Farmers Elevator, Titonka; Farmers Cooperative Society, Wesley; Farmers Cooperative Co., Ledyard; IrvLngton Cooperative- Co., Hobarton Coop. Elevator; West Bend Elevator Co., Whittemore Cooperative Elevator; the Lone Rock Coop. Exchange; Fenton Cooperative Elevator; and the Kossuth County Farm Bureau and Curtis Publishing Co. ot Philadelphia, Pa. GAS There was a big "blow off" near Pella recently. To tap a pipeline, workmen lowered the pressure in the 26-inch pipe by opening a valve. The blow off took 40 minutes and between 5 and ti million cubic yards of gas went up with a roar. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS with this rin A grind, glorious feeling to you are getting a 111 beauty and value in \<>ur Orange Blossom diamoi Preferred by four generatii of brides. Beautiful s txpwtly hand-crafted, yuar Convenient credit.

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