The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 24, 1955 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 24, 1955
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^fffff^'' : ~ : "'^ : -'' r ^"''' ! ""'• *WSMMf;*i ,. V A delegation of 8 Kossuth . County men 'WEI'S s 4 l*e' 61 e d * telrttSfld^hf t<*tlfth annual 4-H jfSfW" Collefe, .Nik*!'! a thro^« -?3rtj, '..',i '!;.': ! - . ;| fh! me .delegation .were the ig* WaS^Sr-rlsafl .Crotichj Su8,' viiloyd • .Thdfspnj citify fieiSr Thoresoni Jafrf3ofr ctub w ; Maurice; "Bilsborough, Buffalo flub; Screal *beGe4t^ t URirnS# chib; Wetf "Stewart, Portland dub; Bernard - Spangler, PrUtfe* club; Eugene* "•Drager, Plunf C>S*K club and Ro-: "bert Johnson,- county, extension ..youth and assistant and Dean L. "Barnes, county extension direc- »tor r • The three day , tractor short - course helped the local group * complete its planS for the special « activity in tractor, maintenance, "which will be offered in the late „ winter and spring to 4-H boys in -Koesuth County, i' . *"- A highlight of the meeting was -a western style chuck, wagon "feed, which has become a tradi- "tiorial event for those attending •the anhual short course. It was "held at the State 4-H Camp- "ihg Center, near" Luthe*, \ ' ^l6Heii,hiS- pakitsr Mr arid Mrs Beft;Tpotrias over Sunday. lAf afti Mrs Je*rome Stripling ahd 'children Of Iowa State " eft' Vteited their Mdthers, Jessie Stripling and Mfs fiss Harpei* faftrfltes over SU.flday'l iitarsha ; £rlorr teaching in the fctfesC Cit>; School, frisited Friday t« Sunday Sn the parental Mr rind Mr«-WilliarH Prior homd. Joyce^ PjiiJHps and Gloria Har- &6ihV;&£s Moines, Were Weekend Waiters 1 witft thetf parents. Mrs Dora Ramus was visited 6Ver the 1 weekend by her son. Mr and Mrs Arthur Ramus of Des Mdirles a'nd a daughter, Mr and Mrs Lewis Peterseni o! Mason : 'LuVerne ~ . By, Mrs. Fern BlgfKjJs " -Mrs 'Madge* Engler of Fort ^Dodge is visiting in the home- of ™Mr and Mrs'Gordon - Scott and ^family. . . • - Mr and-MrsW. Raymond Leg- ~ler and sons were honored with £a' dinner at'the horri.e of his paf- «ents, Mr ahd Mrs Wilson Legler -Friday eVeningi Other* guests M included''' theit son and .Mother/ * Mr and Mrs Earl Legler and cfiil- "•dren'of Algo'na.': The occasion, rw'ds to observe'the ftinth wed- r <fing anniversary of ;.the Raymond L'egler's.. .: , ••' .<• ' i\ DeRay^Lichty, Charles Schaf- fef ;'and son Dale ,.of Mason City, visited Saturday/gnd Sunday jn the Mr an'4 ? Mr*.; Harry Lichty nome. \.They enjoyed'sofifie' phed- 1 sant hiintin?. ' •• Mr an^ Mrs Fred Kru's^ entertained' their son and daughter• in-law, Mr and Mrs Donald' Ktuse Rundav with a dinner honoring .DopaJd's birthday. Be'tfy Kruse : " of. Mason City f was als.o a iruesb- ••" :•> ' * '•='''••• ••• -' : '-• Carl Reddel of Glendale, Calif., arrived Monday in LuVerhe where he will make, his ftorqe. After the death pf his mo'ther,' Mrs Gustave Reddel he scent the past four years in California. •Mr and Mfs Harley Harnden of Fairmont were Saturday evening dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Wayne Sanford and Connie. They came to attend the High School Alumni Homecoming that evening. ~« Mr and Mrs Willis Marshall and Bruce, Algona, were Sunday visitors in the parental, Mr and Mrs Otto Rimus home. Glenda Hanselrn'an ahd her, roommate at Waldorf College, spent the weekend in the parental, Mr and Mrs LeRoy Hanselman home. Marcia Stone and her roommate at Ames visited over weekend in the Mr and Mrs Ray Stone Mr and Mrs Ferguson McCall ard children of Glen Ellyn, near Chicago. 111., spent th-? holiday weekend visiting in the home of her father, Joseoh L Lichty. Dick Merkle. Denver visited his aunts, Esther Merkle and Mrs Henry Marty and uncle Fred Merkle families over the weekend, Dick is a freshman at Westmar College, LeMars. Mr and Mrs James Seim and children of Ridgeway visited over the weekend jn the home of his sister, Mr and Mrs. Bertie C. Ramus and Sheri. Dale Braynardc Iowa State, Ames visited over Sunday in the parental Glen Braynard home. Mr and Mrs George Schwartz and children of Des Moines spent the weekend in the home of her mother, Mrs Ernma Nelson. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Foresci and David of Fort Dodge visited Saturday night and Sunday in the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Cecil Jolliffe. Mrs William Moeding spent several days the past week visiting her son, Mr and Mrs Daryl Moeding and family. Mrs George Goodner and son David of Des Moines are visiting in the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Ralph Dimler. Patricia Hansen, college student, Cedar Falls, was a weekend guest in the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Van Hansen. . Meredith Engel, employed in Fort Dodge spent the holiday weekend with, her parents, Mr and Mrs Walter Engel. Mr and Mrs Glen, Schwarck and children of Whit,ten visited Saturday gna Sunday in the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs C?rl Swanson. Mr and Mrs Arthur Dimler were visited over the weekend by their daughters, Mrs Vera Andrews, Mark and ponjia, Ctejja? Rapids and MY' and 'Mrs' James Neville and Diane of Ames. Mr and Mrs Howard Stewart and Lorric of Ft. Dodge, were Saturday overnight and Sunday guests in the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Albert A. Schi- "pul!. Dorrancg Thomas of St. Paul . ; ~ Ltiella Blumer spent Monday atfd TUestlay in Chicago, III., on business. : . .•Mr and Mrs Elmer Merkle, Keviti ihd Curtis of St. Paul came" Friday for the weekend at the Esther MerMe home. Mrs ^George Tiede. Fairrtiont, hef- Son-in-law and daughter were weekend visitors in the home of their brother and uncle, Mr and Mrs Lawrence O. Miller and family. Mr and Mrs Harlan Helm and Robbin of Crystal Lake spent the weekend i» the parental Mr and Mrs Albert Hefti home. •Nancy Will, Des Moines, and Wanda Will, college student in Cedar Falls, visited over Sunday with their parents, Mr and Mrs G. M. Will and Curtis. 'Mr and Mrs David Harper and sdii' of Storm Lake visited their parents, Mrs Glenniss Harper and Mr- Had Mrs Robert Hardcopf over tne weekend.•Mf find Mrs Phil Henderson had aa weekend |ue : sts their son-in- Ww arid daughter, Mr and Mrs Rbbeft Surby and chDdren of Waterloo. . , , Keith Ktibly, Iowa State, and Herbert Huff, Iowa City, were weekend visitors with their parents, Mr and Mrs Elmer Kubly and Dale, Mr and Mrs Davio Huff and Harry. » 50 New Vehicles ••' f»ureeil, Afgoija,,, , , * i J ...iifftttf^Ghfis Wallukaitfc Algona; E. Of, Hanif» Wesley; Q. &J Farrow, Ledyard; and Kossuth Co. Imp. Co., Lone Rock, .'••;• Ford—North Iowa Sewing Machine (2), Algona; F. E. Genrich, Lone Rock; Albin Schneider, Bancroft; E. J. Stfenhard, Lff- kbta; Clarence SOefeld, Wesley; L. V. Wildih, Algona; Wallet Goraczkowski, Swea City; C. J. Elbert, Algdhd. , '..":., Old*-i-G. M. Teeter, BUM; and L. WNSwanSon, Algona. BuicK^ M. S. Noble, Whittemore; and R. B. Waller, Algoha^ ' "3.; W. Johnson. Swea Fi.fty new cars we're registered. in the . county treasurer's of- fifcg flurfrig th'e: two we"ek period ending Nov; 4..- New. owners are: IhfarnalJo'rtaJ — H. J. > Cowan, pickup, Algona.. , Snipler, pickup, Whittemore; Chris Dahl, pick- tip," Fe*htoh; Lucille E. Moritgom- ery, Swea ,City; B. H. Eden, Ti- to'nka;- Henry Kutschara, Bode; A:,C. Blome, Ledyard; R. J. Ri|rperitfop, Ti tonka; F. W. Bpcon, 'Burt;, H. W. Gade, Feri- tpn; G. H. Bullock, Burt; A. H. ij>,.-.Cprwjth: .E. E. Wood. tgfcffO.; BB^nstetter, -pick-up} 'West 'Bendfi' Clarence Mor- fall'," Algona; C. F. 'Reiniefs, Burt; Richard Schmidt, "West Bend; D. R..-Soever. Titonka; and Frank Krajher,' Swea City. - . White-lGlen Mino, truck-trac- tor.VSwea City. Poniiac — A. F. Menke, Ledyard;**Christ Gelhaus, Ledyard; Everett Mittag, Algona; and -! ^»&HjS^^iiS*S^wS « SCHIPULL Artristi:qn|(jf I afiS^T,'.-. 6,, ; •Wp '!f^^lli;'-(:^*4^y|Q. t;* i •.g«5a«m''.-T»<i-i-....^--J^a'»^—" '"- Corwithj-i_ ..',•'... : ,:....r, , Dodge—Elmer otbnbaeh, more - u\'.':.i-fe:ij: fiec'ausi df 111 V4' mil* »«<frorSwea Cilfr or 4 miles tt«tiM;a»d LUNCH WAGGON ON GROUNDS STARTING AT 12:00 P.M. Big-FomJIy-SIze Capacity—Holds 350 Ibs. Frozen Food true Super-Speed Freezing—all 4 shelves made of Refrigerant Tubing! > | ."Circulating Cold Air" Design insures cooling on sides of. food pac T<rt&? f/o More FIdor-Space t ft. Refrigerator r./f- ALGONA IMPLEMENT Phone 52 Wall &-Deb Hall 0%-—^5^ ,41 $tyf*w A Pull LiriO of Nedrly NeW Jehn Dfeere Fefpm Equi^hient (hdOding .- You save two ways when you do business with your local cooperative elevator. Here's how: 1. You get top-quality FELCO Feeds. Ask your neighbor. He'll tell yo«. 2. Special FELCO services are on call if you need them, For instance, expert FELCO nutritionists and field service men are available to help you with special problems. Ask your neighbors about FELCO feeds and FELCO service*. Many of them have been enthusiastic FELCO boosters for years. Then stop In and see us. Farmer? Cooperative Elev. Co,, Swea City West Bend Elev, Co,, West Bend Farmers Cooperative Society, Wesley Buff Cooperative Elevator, Burt Lone Rock Cooperative Elev, Co., Lone Rock Fenton Cooperative Elev. Co., Fenton / Whittemore Cooperative Elevator, Whittemore The Farmers Elevator/ Bode 1954 Model 50 J. D. tractor, equipped with live power take off, live hydraulic and power-trol; 11-38 tjrds on cast wheels, wheel weights. : No. 200 tv^p-iroW^J. D. cultivator. 1954 J. D. 2-14 in. plow# soil fltfw sricire*, power-frdl. •>;"' Model 25 J. D. combine, scour clean, windrow spreader, pickup, new in 1954. Combined 100 acres. Equipped for power-fro I. , , , • IHC 8-k binder for ,wmd- ".. rbwirig.; '' • ' '--:••-'' , . Case springtooth harrow. Woods ccVrri picker. Sprayer. No. 5VJ..D. 7-ft. power moWer, with quick ; tach hitch with power-trol. New in. 1954. > NSJ490 J» D. corn planter, ni§w, in 1955, 160 ^r^^s^\reon^ipo^&.i',, ^ Mbdel L J. D. mcfHOre spredd|Si!, new in 1955. ;{ll-fti J; 8. disk/riew 1955; : ; '•/";' : J. : D. four-bar side delivery;! 9513. J. D. four-section harrow. ii'i /J. D. No/4 cprn sheller .good as new. J. D. endgate sefeder wit •?••; . , . 4-Whe.el trdiler "with flare 40 bu. , f " au . .. ., ., 4-wheel trailer with wide- type box. Heat Houser. 80 gal. Pride-of-the-Fdrrri ' hog waterer. Bale elevator. i Hay rack on steel wheels. 10 HIGH-PRODUCING MILK COWS 4—first calf Holstein heifers, milking now. 1—5-yr. old Holstejn cow, fresh by sale date. 1—3-yr. old Holstein cow, fresh by sale .date. 1— 6-yr.-old Holstein <ow, fresh by sale date. All cows are Bangs tested and selling with 4 good 250 SWIFT'S GOLDEN-NECK PULLETS, 70% PRODUCTION 11 FEEDER PIGS 1—6-yr.-old Holstein cow, milking now. 1—3-yr.-old Holstein cow, milking now. 1—4 yr.-old Ayrshire cow, fresh a month, 2—9-month-old Holstein heifer calves,. 4—summer Holstein heifer'calves. quarters, calves are calfhood vaccinated.. BALED ALFALFA 400 Bales first cutting alfalfa, , 900 Bales second cuttjng alfalfa. 100 Bales third cutting alfalfa. Sears Farm Master surgical-type milker and pump, 2 unit. Pipe line for 13 cows, 2 years old. Weitinghouse 8-caA electric milk cooler. ' * , ' MISCELLANEOUS 3 H. P. electric motor anH speed " jack. t 3 /4 H. P. electric motor. Water tank. f 16-fo«t feed bynk. .--»., " " .;/'*-. ''•-.. 'HOUSEHOLD GOODS 3 rolls cribbing. 12x16 round roof brooder house. IhKfn*. brooder, new 1955. Electric fencer,'new. Elecfrtc tinfi clock, Chicken equipment, White Seigler oil burner, new", 100 ^al. f<J«l tar»k| ?-% Ckonqdp refrigerotor; Blond dinette set; MoJiair living room suite; Franklin sewing majphjne, very gopdj Celq) h«t)erf 4 Dl/iiiig. ropifi .eHairs? 3-R)e«e wplnyt bedroom suite, complete with innerspring maHress qnd^box spring; 1 ,bffJ Complete with new spring and mattress; library table; Hall tree; Maytag \yashing machine; T. V- Ch,annel Mqiffi ^jntenna with rotor; Rinse tMb on stand? Cooking utensils; Conned gflodft Cvrtaini; 5ha,cjesj Pictures; Unens: Btdd|njEi;> Silverware; Dishes; Arvin electric heater, with fan, new; Ironing bowd; C«>mb1naticjn flsor lamp arfd enq iabfi, .ffltw7r rrtfit lor* ^- CMks - Copper bailer r- Iqrd press; Miscellaneous Nmf-foo numeleuMo menficln. . ... • L y : . • ^ . . / , TERMS; Cash, er make arrangements with yeyr banker bifere sale date. Not responsible in cast of accident!. BOCK 0AWK, Clerk

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