Mr and Mrs W. A. Hall recently visited the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs William Wallers at Sioux Falls, S. D. CIM « August Harfg will enter at. Ann hospital Friday for treatment. She has been in poor health most of the summer. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Harris plan to .spend Sunday at Austin-. Minn., with Mrs Harris' parents Mr and Mrs Fred Christenscn. Mr and Mrs Del Carver and family spent Thanksgiving at Des Moines with Mrs Carver's parents, Mr and Mrs L. A. Halberg. Mr and Mrs William Allen were visited from Friday till Sunday by Mrs Allen's mother Mrs Richard Cook, of Mason City. After three weeks of sickness with the flu Krman Hanson has returned to work. He is employed with the J. I. Merryman company, Mr and Mrs Gene Heimer had the lattei's brother-in-law ana sister, Mr and Mrs Clarence rx, kinson and Pat of Woolstock a* guests Tuesday. Mr and Mrs L. C. Hanson were recently .visited by the latter's son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Maurice Mortenson and son Todd, of Mason City. Mr and Mrs Richard Cook, Gregory and Douglas spent last week at Council Bluffs with Mrs Cook's brother-in-law and mister, Dr and Mrs E. B. Mathiesen. Helen Zitlritsch lefl Saturday for Chicago and thrncc via Diane to her home at Huntington Park. Calif. She had spent a couple of weeks here with her mother. Mrs Mary Zittritsch and other relatives. Mr and Mrs A. R. Cruikshank left Tuesday foi Des Mnines After a visit there with thtii son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Hnl.-md Grefc. They will go to Brownsville, Tex., to be amv till April 1. Mr and Mrs Erman Hansen were dinner guests Sunday <•! their son and daughter-iti-l.nv. Mr and Mrs Carl Hanson. In the evening the couples were guest* of Mi and Mrs Andiew Han.:on jrrd lunch was M.'i'vd. Mrs Edna Harr and Mr and Mrs J. P Smith were recently visited by Mr and Mrs Raymond Flair. Sue, Mike. Dana and Craig, of Madrid. Mrs Harr is a daughter ;.)f Mr and Mrs Smith and Raymond is a son of Edna Harr. The Cresco Chums held a meef- tng Nov. 30 at the home of Betty Be.sch with Judy Tnpp assisting Dolores Eisenbarth gave an illustrated talk, and Madonna Gisch gave a demonstration. Guests were Mrs Tnpp. Mrs Ed Bt'sch and Mrs Gisch. Lunch was served by the hootess. Mr and Mrs Jim Walker were visited last week Wednesday afternoon by Mrs Walker's mother, Mrs Rose Kraft. Mrs James Lung and Mrs Carl Peterson of Lone Kuck. They came to s«v the daughter, Charla Jo born to Mr and Mrs Walker. Nov. 20. This is their fn>t child. Clem Elbert, District Manager for the Massey Harris Company spent last week on ;i tour of UiV Massi-y Harris Home Office at Rat-mi 1 . W1s. and their factories a-t Balavia, N. Y. and Brantford and Toronto, Canada. Mrs Elbc-rt and Jai-qui'lyn spi-nt the wivk at Storm Lake visiting her sister. Dr. and Mrs Karl Hoffman drove to Mason City Monday to meet their daughter Joan, Mrs Al De Crane and son David Scott, who had flown trom Cleveland. Ohio whore Mr De Crane is located at present. He was recently discharged from service and was located at Camp Le J'.-une, Jacksonville, N. C. Mr and Mrs Clifford Haape drove to Ayrshire Sunday and were dinner guests of the latter's brother and sister-m-iaw, Mr ;md Mrs Wilfiod Laabs. Olhe guests were the sisters, Mrs Howard Renfrow and son Kenneth of Culvin, N. D., Mrs Fred Mortensen and family of Fenton and Mr and Mrs Deland Bolte of Cylinder. Mr and Mrs John Grotle had Mr and Mrs G. O. Ukers of Webster City as guests Sunday. Grant Sample wks taken to St. Ann hospital the day before Thanksgiving. He is recovering quite well. Mr and Mrs Robert Dreyer will have as guests Sunday the latter's parents and sister, Mr and Mrs Otto Oldenberg and Emma, of Austin. Minn. Mrs John Mahoney spent from Thanksgiving day till the following Sunday at Blairstown with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs W. D. Storck. Mr and Mrs J. D. Burns were recently visited by the former's sifter and nephew, Mrs Homer Herwig of C"dar Rapids and Jim Callahan of Battle Creek, Mich. Nidas Dermand who is a student at Johns Hopkins. Baltimore. Md.. has been pledged to the Alpha Delta Phi fraternity. He is coming home for the Christmas holidays. Mr and Mrs Ernie Georg will have as guest a month the former's mother. Mrs Josie Gcorg, of Knit-rim who had recent surgery at the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. She will be here during her convalescence. Mr and Mrs Carl Hansen were recently at Davenport and visited Mrs Hansen's mother and husband. Mr and Mrs Don Smith. They brought home with them Mrs Hansen's brother. Carl Che- hac. who will visit here awhile. Mr and Mrs Ferman Christoffers were visited last week by the former's brother-in-law and sister. Mr and Mrs C. C. Butler, of Washington. D. C., who had been called to Winnebago. Minn., by the death of Mr Butler's mother. Mr and Mrs Chris Wallukail had tl-i.ir son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Herbert Wey- deit. Kristie and Kathy and son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Duane Wallukait, Jane and Julie "f Humboldt as dinner guests Sunday. Mr and Mrs Ernest Egel had as : ei-i-iit dinner guests the lat- '.'•r's uncle and aunt. Mr and Mrs iVjw I .-ikin of Ruthven. Supper iUK's!-. th' .same dav wrre Mrs Fi;fTs b'Mther-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Vaughan Brown and fath'-r, M*ke Miller. Students ai ihe Iowa State Teacher.- College, Cedar Falls, who cam»> homo Friday for the quarter break till Monday were KU-..TI Kuchen.-euther. Carol Collins. Dorothy Hagg, Loi« Reib- hoff. Jcanette Sorensen. Carol Thompson, Janice Klooster, Dick Fraser and Floyd Hut/ell. Rochelle Johnson of Irvington was also home. Mr and Mrs Marlin Meelhouse will be guests Saturday evening of Mr and" Mis Ernest Egel. The couples wil make popcorn balls for the Manners family Christmas party to be held" Sunday evening at the Presbyterian ehureli. On committee lor the party will be Mr and Mrs Wilbur Remders. Mr and Mrs Lowell Lcnx and Mr and Mrs George Cook. Mr and Mrs Floyd Erickson were n-n-nt dinner guests of the hitter's brother and sister-in-law. Mr and Mrs Arthur Erdrnan at R-.-nwick Other guests were her brothel-m-law and sister. Mr^and Mrs Matt Hentges who have- moved heie from Cedar Rapids. They havj- rente i the Johar.nsen apart- ir.ent. Mr Hentges is at present wnking or, a street project at Spun Lake. Mr and Mrs Leroy Crapser drove to Des Moines recently to meet their son Charles who is in the army and came from Hawaii. He is making it his career and has already served five years. He is being married December 11 tn Dorothy Iverson of Crystal Lake. They plan to go to Kana- polis, N. C. on a wedding trip and will visit Charles' brother-in- law and sister, Mr and Mrs Rich- aid Walker. From there they wil! go to Maine where Charles will be stationed at the Loring air base. Mrs J.,!.,. Downey is spending this weekend at Austin, Minn., on business. Mr and Mrs Ed Cullen and family recently visited Mrs Lawrence O'Leary at Mason City. Mr and Mfs Alex Defmand had Mr and Mrs William Wigerl of Thompson as weekend guests Mrs C, A. Geilenfeld went to Forest City .Friday to be with her daughter, Mrs Marion Donahue who recently returned from Rochester, Minn., where she had surgery. Mr and Mrs Eugene Faulslich had as dinner and supper guests Sunday, Mr and Mrs Herman Jaskulko. Mr and Mrs Clifford Jaskulke and Mr and Mrs 'Red" Jaskulke of Fairmont, Minn. Mr and Mrs Alfred Semon were visited over the weekend by Mrs Semon's brolher, the Rev. Edward Fandel of Rockwell City who came to attend a funeral at Whittemore Saturday morning. Ralph Pat sons left today (Thursday) for Iowa City where he will have surgery. The son Darwin and his wife and family were here to see him Sunday. Their* home is at Waterloo. Mr and Mrs Raymond Gilbert were visited last week, Tuesday, by Mr Gilbert's mother and sister. Mrs Chris Magnusson, of Jackson, Minn., and Mrs Bernard Hansen of Blue Earth. Minn. Mr and Mrs Carl Hansen and the letter's brother, Carl Chehac of Dnvpnport WTO guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Thomas Young at Titonk;a. The Youngs are uncle and aun.l of Mr Hansen. Algona Upper Des Moines FARM SALE CALENDAR Farmers having sales can get their dales listoti here by contacting the Uppfc'r Des Moines, where farm s^ile advertising reaches the largest circulation 01 any publication in Kossuth county. Dec. 8, Thursday — Wm. H. Tjadon, 4 milea west and 4 south of Algona ' highway junction 169 and 18, or 4 miles east and 3 miles south of Whittemore. Yungebcrg and Quinn, auctioneers. Details in IJDM last week. Dec. 9, Friday—SelJing entire herd of 54 head choice whitefaces, property elf Gilbert Hargreaves. at Algonn Sales Barn, starting at 1 p.m. Dale Yunge- berg, auctioneer. Sale details in Upper Des Moines today. Dec. 12, Monday—Ed Hynes farm -alr>, 1 north and 1 enst of Woden, 4H head livestock and farm machinery. Q u i n n & Reemsima, auctioneers; Farmers & Traders Savings Bank of Bancroft, clerk. AC! in UDM today. Dec. 13, Tuesday—Wm. Koster sale, 6 west and 1'a north of Armstrong, selling 161 head livestock, and machinery. Sale details in UDM today. Clark & Clark, auctioneers; Iowa Trust & Savings. Esthervillc, clerk. Dec. IS, Thursday — Donald Hoien, 2'2 west on County B. 2 north. 1 west, '•!) north of Ring- st»cl. selling entire herd of 34 high grade Holstcin cattle, including bull. Quinn & Benson audinneers; Emmet County State Bank. Ring-steel, clerk, Sale do- tails in UDM today. Dec. 20, Tuesday—B. W. Nel son farm sale, 6 north. 1 west. -^ north of Swea City, Fischer & Clark, auctioneers; Swea City State Bank, clerk. Sale detail': later. Dec. 20, Tuesday—E. L. Dick- mover, farm sale, closing otn mostly machinery, ii'i east and 1 :| > south of Burt. or 3 south and 3 wst and 1 3 4 south of Titonka Sale details in UDM next week W. J. Stewart, auctioneer; Titonka Savings Bank, clerk. Jan. 4, Wednesday—Leon McCoy dairy dispersal sale, Holsteins and equipment: at farm 2Va miles N. of Grant school. Quinn and Clark, auctioneers. Full de- tail? in UDM later. Jan. 9, Monday—Elmer Freidel sale, from jet. 169-18 two west and 3'.z south. General farm .-ale, machinery, 90 head fall pigs. Yungeberg & Quinn, auctioneers: Iowa State Bank, Algona, clerk. Full details later. Jan. 11, Wednesday — Chester Farrington complete closing out sale, 1 mile W. and '4 N. of Grant store. Quinn and Clark, auctioneers, Swea City Bank, clerk. Details in UDM later. Jan. 12, Thursday—Don Vo) entine sale, machinery and dairy herd, 3 east of St. Benedict. Salt details later. Yungeberg & Quinn auctioneers. Jan. 18, Wednesday—Lawrence Smith, Wesley, farm sale. Details later. Jan. 19, Thursday—Earl Bates farm sale, 1 west and 4 north 01 Algona. Sale details later. Yunge- berg & Fraser, auctioneers; Bun •savings Bank, clerk. February 8 & 9—Corwin Peer southeast of Algona, compleU closing out sale, including Int machinery and herd of dairj Battle with about 50 cows. Sal( details later. Yungeberg & 3uinn, auctioneers; Iowa Statr Bank, Algona, clerk. Every farm sale ad which originates with The Algeria Uppei Des Moines carries Weather Insurance. If weather forces postponement of your sale, your ad and bills will be reprinted with- fhurstlay, December 8, 1955 Algeria (la.) Upper Des M«ifles-3 out charge with the new date selected for Wie sale. Former Resident Dies, Fairmont A resident of Algona from 1920 until 1943, Mrs Sarah Martha Stedman Moffott passed away at Fairmont. Minn. Tuesday morn: ng. Funeral services will' be held there Friday morning at 11 a.m!. Dec. 9, at the Bethel Evangelical Lutheran Free church, with burial in Riverview cemetery at Al- -.jona at 3 p.m. Mrs Moffett, who was 89, is survived by five children: Wal- 'er Stedman, Austin, Minn.: Mrs Mike Nelson. Welcome, Minn.: Mrs Vernon Landon. Fairmont: Clarence E. Rtedman. Racine, '.Vis.: and Wm. R. SteJman. Fairmont. She was born .T.in. 21. I860, at Waterloo. In 188") she was mar- •ierl to Melvin Stedman, and the family lived at Plankington. S. D. •Jnt.il 1916, when Mr Stedman parsed away. Ill 1920 Mrs Sted•nan married George .W. Moffett ind the couple lived in Algona until 1943, later moving to Fairmont. Margaret Fandel Dies, Whitlemore Whitlemore — Miss Margaret Fandel, 63. a resident of Whit- temorp for many years, died Tuesday afternoon a few minutes after calling Mrs Pete Dahlhauser, a next door neighbor, to her home and telling her that she didn't feel well, and that "1 believe I'm going to die." Death was ascribed to a heart attack. Miss Fandel had been suffering from asthma and sinus trouble, and earlier in the day had gone to Algona to visit a doctor, being taken there by Pete Dahlhauscr. Two brothers survive. John of Mason City, and William of Peoria. III. Miss Fandel was born at Metamora. 111., but had lived in Whittemore for many years, and for 35 years had been housekeeper at the II. W. Get-Ian home, where death occurred. Funeral services will be held Friday at 9:30 a.m. at St. Michael's- Catholic church, and burial will be in the church cemetery. IF IT'S NEWS WE WAtfT IT Now you can get in the all-new, all-electric Burroughs TEN KEY adding machines You should see what's happening to adding machines!... And if you'll stop in or call, we'll show you.... The newest Ten Key of all, the Burroughs, is now available in a choice of colors.., UPPER DES MOINES Publishing Co. Phone 1100 Algona ^H"> • **f .A I 4 \^O^ NO. 1 RED OR WHITE 100 LB. 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