The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 24, 1955 · Page 40
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 24, 1955
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('*•> 6** thuflday, Ndv. 24. _ J ' Kossuth Men To A Tractor Short Course b A delegation ., ounty fc> men of 8 Kossuth selected *., annual 4-H ^ Short CoUrse at Iowa -State College, Nov. 21 through •* 3 ' the delegation were the leaders—Eafl Crouch, neca club; Lloyd Thorson, club; Cecil Thoreson, ^Harrison dub; Maufiee ilsborough, Buffalo club; Screal " peGeetfer, Ramsey club; Web -Stewart, Portland club; Bernard "Spangler, Pfairie club; Eugene .Drager, Plum Creek Club and Robert Johnson, county extension - youth and assistant and Dean L. m Barnes, county extension direc- . tor. 2 The throe 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. - A highlight of the meeting was -a western style chuck wagon »feed, which has become a traditional event for those attending the annual short course. It was -held at the State 4-H Camp- *ing Center near Luther. • LuVerne By Mrs. Fern Bigihgs . Mrs Madge Engler of Fort -Dodge is visiting in the home of '.Mr and Mrs Gordon Scott and -family. * Mr and Mrs W. Raymond Leg- Jer and sons were honored with a dinner at the home of his par- "ents, Mr and Mrs Wilson Legler .Friday evening. Other guests -included their son and brother, Mr and Mrs Earl Legler and chil- ~dren of Algona. The occasion .was to observe the ninth wed- j-ding anniversary of the Raymond Legler's. DeRav Lichty, Charles Schaffer and son Dale of Mason City. visited Saturday and Sunday in the Mr and Mrs Harry Lichty home. They enjoyed sortie pheasant hunting. Mr and Mrs Fred Kruse entertained -their son and daughter- in-law, Mr and Mrs Donald Kruse Rundav with a dinner honoring Donald's birthday. Betty Kruse of Mason City . was also Carl Reddel of Glendalc, Calif. arrived Monday in LuVerne where he will make his home. After the death of his molhcr, Mrs Gustave Reddel he spent the past four years in California. Mr and Mrs 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 MTF Otto Ramus home. Glenda Hanaelmon and 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 home. Mr and Mrs Ferguson McCall and children of Glen Ellyn, near Chicago, 111., spent the holiday weekend visiting in the home of her father. Joseoh L Lichty. Dick Merkle. Denver visited his aunts, Esther Merkle and Mrs Henry Marty ftnd 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 in the home of his sister, Mr and Mrs Bcrtio C. Ramus and Sheri. Dale Braynard, Iowa State, Ames visited over Sunday in the parental Glen Braynard homo. Mr and Mrs George Schwartz and children of Des Moines spent the weekend in the home of her mother. Mrs Emma 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 Jol'iffe. Mrs William Moeding spent several days the past week visiting her son. Mr and Mrs Dary] 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 stu- ' dent, Cedar Falls, was a weekend guest in the home of her parents, Mr and Mr.s Van Hanssn. Meredith Engel, employed in Fort Dodge spent the holiday weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs Walter Engel. Mr and Mrs Glen Scdwarck and children of Whitten vi.sited Saturday and Sundwy in the home of her parents, Mr ani Mr-; " Carl Swanson Mr and Mrs Arthur Dunler were visited over the weekend by their daughter;,, Mi.- VCTJ Andrews, Maj'k and Dunna, Cedar Rapids and .Mr and Mr Neville, and Diane of AUK-.S. Mr and Mrs Howard Stewart and Lbrrk- of Ft. Dodge wen- Saturday fovernight and Sunday guests in the home of her parents, Mf and Mrs Albert A. Seiii- pull ; Thujnai vf St. ifuu! Visited his parents, Mr and Mrs Bert "Thomas over Sunday. Mr and Mrs Jerome Stripling and children of Iowa State Teachers visited their mothers, Mrs Jessie Stripling and Mrs G.lertniss Harper families over Sunday. Marsha Prior, teaching in the Forest City school, visited Friday to Sunday in the parental Mr and Mrs William Prior home. Joyce Phillips and Gloria Har- mori, Des Moines, were weekend visitors with their parents. Mrs Dora Ramus was visited over the weekend by her son. Mr and Mrs Arthur Ramus of Dos Moines and a daughter, Mr and Mrs Lewis Peterson^ of Mason City. Luella Blumer spent Monday and Tuesday in Chicago, 111., oil business. Mr and Mrs Elmer Merkle, Kevin and Curtis of St. Paul came Friday for the weekend at the Esther Merkle home. Mrs George Tiede, Fairmont, her son-in-law _ and daughter were weekend "visitors in the home of their brother ;md uncle, Mr and Mrs Lawrence O. Miller and family. Mr and Mrs Harlan Helm and Robbin of Crystal Lake .spent the weekend in 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 son of Storm Lake visited their parents, Mrs Glenniss Harper and Mr and Mrs Robert Hardcopf over the weekend. .- Mr and Mrs PhiUIcnderson had as weekend guests their son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Robert Surby and children of Waterloo. Keith .Kubly, Iowa State, and Herbert Huff, Iowa City, were weekend visitors with their parents, Mr and Mr.s Elmer Kubly and Dale, Mr and Mrs Da vie Huff and Harry. Jack Purcell, Algona. Mercury—Chris Wallukait, Algona; E. G. Hanig, Wesley; G, R. Farrow, Ledyard; and Kossuth Co. Imp. Co., Lone Rock. Ford—North Iowa Sewing Ma- c'nino (2), Algona; F. E. Gcnrich, Lono Hock: Albin Schneider, Bancroft; E. J. Stconhard, Lakota: Clarence Secfeld, Wesley; L. V. Wildin, Algona; Walter, Swea City; C. J. Elbcrl, Algona. Oldr—G. M. Teeter, Burl; and L. W. Swanson, Algona. Buick — M. S. Noble, Whilte- more; and R. B. Waller, Algona. DeSoio—G. W. Johnson, Swen City. Chrysler—H. L. Osgood, Sw£a City; E. J. Seeney, Bancroft; and Philip Fisher, West Bend. Plymouth — Floyd Oilman, Armstrong; and F. D. Pruisman, Algona. Nash—Henry Ostwald, Whittemore. Cadillac — W. O. Kirchgatter, Corwilh. Dodgfe—Elmer Gronbach, Livermore. NEED PRINTING? GOOfc work at fair prices at the Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algoha. 50 New Vehicles Sold, Two Weeks Fifty new cars were register- id jn the county treasurer's office dUrihg the two week period •nding Nov. 4. International sickup, Algona. New owners are: — H. J. Cowan, Chevrolet—Sam Shipler, pickup, Wbittemore; Chris Dahl, pickup, Fen ton; Lucille E. Montgomery Swea City; E. H. Eden, Titonka; Henry Kutschara, Bode; \. C. Blome. Ledyard; R. J. Rippentr-op, Ti tonka; F. W. Bacon, Burt; H. W. Gade, Fenton; G. H. Bullock, Burt; A. H. Johnson, Corwithj. E. E. Wood, Algqn,B£i&:;.H. Bon'nstetter, pickup,; West -Bend;. Clarence Morrall, Algona; C. F. Reirriers, Burt; Richard Schmidt, West Bend; D. R. Boever, Titonka; and- Frank Kramer, Swea City. White—Glen Mino, truck-tractor, Swea City. Pontiac — A. F. Menke, Ledyard; Christ Gelhaus, Ledyard; Everett Mittag, Algona; and I B!g-Famlly-S!xe Capacity—Holds 350 Ibs. Frozan Food True Surfer-Speed Freezing—all 4 shelves made of Refrigerant Tubing!——____^ ."Circulating Cold Air" Design insures cooling on all sides of food packages T«ke» No More Floor Space TffoVii«9"eu. ,ft. Refrigerator IMPLEMENT Phone 52 Walt & Deb Hall 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 you. 2, ^ecial FEICO services are on call if you need them. For initanee, expert FELCO nutritionists and field service men are available to help you with special problems. Ask your neighbors about FELCO feed* and FELCO services, Many of them have been enthusioitic Ff ICO boosters for years, Then stop in and see u*. Farmers Cooperative Elev. Co,, Swea City West Bend Elev. Co., West Bend Farmers Cooperative Society, Wesley Burt Cooperative Elevator, Burt Lone Rock Cooperative Elev. Co., Lone Rock Fehton Cooperative llev. Co., Fenton Whittemore Cooperative Elevator, Whittemore The Farmers Elevator, Bode Complete Closing fliit Because of ill health we ate moving to Ariiona apd will sell at public auction our complete personal properly on the farm located 2Vi miles north, i>/2 mile east of Lone Rock; or 3 miles south, 3 "2 miles west of Bancroft; or 9 milet south, '/z mile east of Swea City; of 4 miles north and 3Vi mile* west of Burl, towa on NOV. 30 STARTING AT 12:00 P.M. LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS A Full Line of Nearly New John Deere Farm Equipment Including - 1954 Model 50 J. D. tractor, equipped with live power take off, live hydraulic and power-trol, 11-38 tires on cast wheels, wheel weights. No. 200 two-row J. D. cultivator. 1954 J. D. 2-14 in. plow, soil flow shares, power-trol. Model 25 J. D. combine, scour clean, windrow spreader, pickup, new in 1954. Combined 100 acres. Equipped for power-trol. - ALSO IHC 8-ft. binder for wind- rowing. Case springtooth harrow. Woods corn picker. Sprayer. No. 5 J. D. 7-ft. power mower, with quick tach hitch with power-trol. New in 1954. No. 490 J, D. corn planter, new in 1955, 160 rods .wire on 2 spools. Model L J. D. manure spreader, new in 1955. 15-ft. J. D. disk, new 1955. J. D. four-bar side delivery, 1953. J.'D. four-section harrow. J. D. No. 4 corn shelter' good as new. J. D. endgate seeder with sprocket. V 4-wheel trailer with flare box. 4-wheel trailer with wide- type box. Heat Houser. 40 bu. Pride-of-the-Farm hog feeder, new in 1955. 80 gal. Pride-of-the-Farm hog waterer. Bale elevator. Hay rack on steel wheels. 10 HIGH-PRODUCING MILK COWS 4—first calf Holstein heifers, milking now. 1—5-yr. old Holstein cow, fresh by sale date. 1—3-yr. old Holstein cow, fresh by sale date. 1— 6-yr.-old Holstein cow, fresh by sale date. l—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. All cows are Bangs tested and selling with 4 good quarters, «alves are calf hood vaccinated. 250 SWIFT'S GOLDEN-NECK PULLETS, 70% PRODUCTION 11 FEEDER PIGS BALED ALFALFA 400 Bales first cutting alfalfa. 300 Bales second cutting alfalfa. 100 Bales third cutting alfalfa. Sears Farm Master surgical-type milker and pump, 2 unit. Pipe line for 15 cows, 2 years old. Westinghouse 8-cart electric milk cooler. MISCELLANEOUS 3 H. P. electric motor and speed jack. % H. P. electric motor. Water tank. 16-foot feed bunk. HOUSEHOLD GOODS ff 3 rolls cribbing. 12x16 round roof brooder house. Electric brooder, new 1955. Electric fencer, new. Electric time clock. Chicken equipment. White Se.gler o.l burper, new, 1QO gal. fuel tpnk; 9-ft. Corgnado refrigerator; Blond dinette set; Mohair livina room suite; Franklm machine, very 9 ood; CpaJ hea»er; 4 pining room fhairf; 3-piece walnut bedroom suite complete with mattress and box spring; 1 bed complete with new spring and mattress- Library tab£'• Hall tree; Maytag washmg machine; T. V. Channel Master Antenna with rotor; Rinse tub on stand- Cooking utensil!Canned goods; Curtams; Shades; Pictures; linens; Bedding; Silverware; Dishes; Arvin electric heate , with fan new- Ironing board; Combination floor lamp and end table, ••w; Frgft jars - Crocks - Copper boHer -Lard or!^' Miscellaneous items too numerous to mention. .. p ess ' TIBMS: Cash, or make arrangements with yoyr banker before sale dote. Not responsible in case of accidents ALFRED SCHIPULL QUINN & CLARK, Auctioneer* IQNE tQCK BANK, Cl«rk

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