The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 3, 1956 · Page 13
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PLASTIC DISH PAK polyethYJena last for yearsi i' '••''.:- ' •'.. ' , T2"xt4'f size flt$ info half of doyble sink. 10'/ 2 qf. size. Four colors/ Wipes damp cloth. 0HLHAAS HARDWAliE AtGONA, lOWA OiiJN HARDUIARE Specials! Wesf Bend Cake Mix Pan A gleaniing cake mix pan — and § enuine .."Wesl Bend" quality! ells Tor; ;$1.09 regularly. Mis'as- ures'9 k ? ".x '2 inches deep. It's a ^uper special for you bargain- hunting Iritfhihg Board Pad &tover Full 'Krer^-'jfils, any slafldaird board, ,ttf perfectioh. Jt's-a regular $1.19 pad and cover — yours now as a hot special ai Kohlhaas Hdwe,' for just 77c! Don't miss this one! Self-Sorting Cutlery Tray Provides self-slacking com- parlmonls Jo* keep silverware neat and handy for everyday use and selling the lable. Regularly $1.49. "Rid-Jid" All-Steel Ironing Table At new low price! Moisture vapors BR-.F?') ihrough o>en mesh top f : frf.er, cooler and easier- ironing. Won't buckle or wobble. Green enameled. Regularly $7.65, Sponge Rubber Kitchen Mat Soft and easy on the feel I size 18 x 30 inches in assorted colors. These colorful mats make standing on the feet easier when washing dishes, cookies, etc. Ideal for bathroom, Regularly $2.19. 1.59 Heat Reflector for Brooder Lamp Broods 75 to 100 chicks, P'or- celairt socket with 6 foot drop cord. Uses 250 watt infra-red bulb. Regularly $1,98, A very special'buy ai our price I Infra-Reel Heat Lamp, Special at 250 watt si*e. Provides healthy heat for.broods of chicks, pigs or lambs, during cold weather. Used also for • <h\iman ailments. Regularly $1.10. 10-Quarf Galvanized Buckets Galvanized metal apsc4utejy watertighi, will hot le%l? a drop. Regularly 78c each rr and see what we are selling t)i*ip for) A real hpl buyl AiaONA, IOWA S^r? To Ji9|il0fr In Pur Store for the FREB !'^mwfi& Happy Surprji T Swe a City—Mr and Mrs' E. I Hammond believed they, were', attending a .routine family, dinner on..Christmas eve at the hom6 of their; niece and husband, Mil and Mrs Merlin Kelley, '.Instead 'they found .themselves -g'iiestir,of •honor at ,a-surprise observance of their 35th weddihg' Mfii^er- sary. * Hosts and hdstessefowere' We Kelleys, 'attd the'HattlHiidnd's -daughter' and husband, Mr "and jMfs, Rttbert Sanbofn of Keftsing- ;tpfi, Minn, ('• ':;.-.; * : .Y:. : «> S yMrs, Hammond, the fbrmei Emma 'Johnson; -was jeafeti in the Iryingtqn neighborhood,' '. was graduated from the Algona -high school, and.was a rural teacher in the Kbssuth /county;. schools Before her marriage. Mr Hammond ,was reared in the same community-,and' served overseas in World War'I." They were married on' Christmas eve, 1920, in the' Prestoyterian manse' at Algona, and have made their home in Sv/ea City during most of their . married life. v Their daughter, Phyllis, (Mrs Rober Sanborn),is a registered nurse.' ^.Charles Kesler spent the Christmas/weekend at the : honu ,°f, his .son Gayl in Minneapolis The Glen Olsons and his-mother Mrs'Nora Olson, visited Jefferson relatives over Christmas. The .Bernard .Petersons were in Minneapolis visiting their children, arid the Frank Waids of Charles City visited the parental Wm. Barger home. The Arnold McCoys of Racine, Wis., were at the home of Mrs McCoy's parents, Mr and Mrs Emil Larson. The double holiday observed on Sunday . and Monday as Christmas Day made extra festivities in many Swea City homes. At the Henry Larsens, Monday. was also Mr Larsen's birthday anniversary. Present were the Larsen children and their families, including the !mil Larsens, Winthrop, Minn.; ;he John Custers, Round Lake, Winn.; the, Russell Robas, Elmore, VIinn./>.:ahd-' : ihe Harvey Larsens, ''wea'Cily. At the Floyd Smiths, all the children were present, including the Ellsworth Carlsons, Litchfield, Minn.; the Leighton Hugo- sons, •Granada, Minn.; Howard Smith; Minneapolis; and Patricia Smith, Fairmont, Minn. ;Mhe Roy Valvicks played host on Sunday to the Dean Swans, the Irving Valvicks of Ledyard, and the Ormond Ottersons of Winnebago, Minn. On Monday, the group went to the Ottersons' for a "second "Christmas dinner';' -' 1 Mr and Mrs Albert Gabby and son and their daughter Marilyn, who is a teacher at Cedar Falls, were Christmas guests of Lake Mills relatives. Mr' and Mrs Elmer Nelson entertained the Alfred Hurlbui-ts qf .Terril and the Mancil and Maynard Hurlburt .families. Mr and Mrs Claude Gatrost were hosts to Mr and Mrs James Childs of Worthington, Minn,., and to ' Mrs Gartost's mother, Mrs Emma Edmunds of Ames Esther Charlotte Smith, supervisor of vocal music in the elem- fentary Schools at Charles <_..„ ^pending ,; a tWd-weeks .yacatiol -With her parents, Mr alii Ms Walter 0. Smith. ' Mr and Mrs Selrher tJto •«..,. S6n Vauihn, who is 'a stlident-ai Bethel college in St. Paul, Minn, drove to Stocktbn, 4 I11., for the holiday at the home of Mrs Uhr"s sister and husband^ Mr and Mrs Howard 'Heidenridh. Mr fin 01 Mrs Clarence Uhr are 6peH8fif the week;-with'•'their ' dauiKtl and family, Mr a'hd Mrs fftL Chevalier, fit Appleton, Mllfl. Going-with them, a^ far as Hancock, Minn., AVere the $fj.f$ti Uhrs. of Faiftfidnt, Minn., 'who are visiting their ;niece, Mrs" Joe Wiese. .,,..; Rev. A. M., Youngquist drove to Clear Lake /on Monday to. see Charles' Thderi, former Swea Cityan now living at Cleai; Lake,' who is ill. " ' : /S "• Ofyille Thoresdn, who- recent-. y underwent fnajor sutgji-y at Holy Family hospital, : Esther- vilje, was" br6ught homei SaturX day.'./ .;. : \v . :; ." •. -* : •-••-. Communion^ services Will -'be. leidNevv- Year's Day in bb'ih the 'Jrant arid the Swea 'City; Meth- jdist churches, according-to the )astor, the Revi S. H. Hammer,- Urant services -will be at 10 a.m; nd Swea i City's at 11, On New Year's, Eye the SW.ea^City Youth fellowship; , will/hold/ a party,,•' with SWea City pafehts and the members' of .,the Gifant Youth Fellowship and..Qrah.t parents as guests. ;.,-,; . Mr and Mrs ..Duane Nelson returned to Minnepplis on Mpn day'after a Chrisitmai ;visit 'with Mrs "Nelson's p'afents, the Rev and Mrs S. H. Hammer. Also spending Christmas ~atf the ftar- ental Hammer home were Henry dentistry .student at State University of Iowa, Iowa City, arid SeDell , and Ronald Hammer, both students at Iowa S^ate Teachers college, Cedar Falls. This is t,he .first time in some 5 years that all' four of the Hammer children have been at home for Christmas. • WESLEY By Mrs. Viola Studer Mr; and Mrs Rudy Hildman and two children arid John Hildman went: to Des Mpines Wednesday morning to visit' their brother Alfi: Hildman and family. Mrs Elof Pearson; received word receritlynhat her, nephew Richard Brown of Red .Oak had been drowned off the coast of Turkey and 'the body was not recovered. He' was stationed at an army base on an island near by. Memorial services were helc Wednesday Dec. 28 in Red Oak but the Pearsons were unable to attend. .-'.'• ..:-" Mr .and Mrs Karl, E. Kiilsliolm Mrs -Beftie -*WesteV, Mrs Leila Jordan and son Alan spent Monday evening of last week with the David Johnson's of Corwith. Mrs Ethel Hutchinson of Mason City spent the December 2 weekend at the Harold Price home. Paul Henderson of Atkins spent December 26-28 with his brother Otto Henderson and wife. Mr and Mrs Bill Nadelhoffer and Mr and Mrs R. J. Saunche, Eau Clair, Wis.-spent Dec. 23 to 26 in the parental, P. C. Haynes home. CONVERT YOUR GRAINS TO SOLID MEATY GAINS "As Much As $9.00 Savings Per lOOLbs. Gain" URAL MEAL Corn savings now pay off more than ever! And you can ™\& C P BSS F SULTS witl ? y°W hogs on Sargent Min" lal Meal. Results on corn savings are greatest with proper supplementing. Tests prove that you can save up P to 6 fin- Ca ° n Tu pe / 1 1° P° unds e^n. compared to ordinary £ff i"f ' hat ° l " norma l corn costs in "a"- M corn 9nn a " SaV A" P *%.*? cash P er 10Q P° und s °f 200 pound hog, that adds up to $18. M ' nral "L^ 3 s^'h big corn savings , the get > ui ' ne P° rk building in- 4 Big Meat-Buildinp Supplements All In One Bag - All At One Low Price QQ Sale Also At Algon^ Flour & feed Co. Sargent & Co "Makers of Famous Sargent Feeds" Wff SERVICE AND TRADE IOWA New Units With Special Deals In The Offering - - -- •- ' •'.f^-- -'•- . ' i ...' M-H 44 Special - M-H 33 Oliver 88 Diesel -55 Oliver Gas ^ ^ ^^. m - AC 45 Diesel - New Idea 17 and 18 Spreaders - CMC Demo Pick-up Track - Snowco Wagon Unloader -(2) 12 Ft. Wheel Tandem Discs 22 Ft. M^-H St. Disc - Caswell Loaders - Older Model 216 Oliver Plow New at '/2 Price. Big Firestone Tire Sale Now Going On! Also - Offering SPECIAL'DEAL on Tractor and Truck Repair Work Such As Hauling In FREE and Steam Cleaning FREE For Limited Time Only. ••••••••a—a-^.——_^_ _ ' . ' : . •'..•''• •.'" •.•'.•-••-../ Used Machinery at-Sacrifice Prices TRACTORS Stock No. 2140 2149 2118 1789 2023 2073 2078 Was AC 'C" Wide Front ____ _ $ 475 F-20 Wifh Starter & Gear $ 495 1952 John Deere A, real good $1550 1948 Oliver 70- A-1 __i_:___$ 995 1951 John Deere G — A-l $1750 1951 SD3 Shepqrd Diesel-A-1 $1450 1946 IHC H with Power Kit-A-1 $ 950 190 T or 2055 1948 Oliver 60 - t good cho'ice $ 495 1948 Oliver 88 - recond. $1475 M-H Challenger—new sleeves, pistons ____. :_ $ 500 1936 Oliver 70 ___$ 295 1937 John Deere A $ 295 Mpls-Moline' R $ 325 1941 Oliver 70 , ~"$ 650 1948 IHC 15-30 with good rbr. ___^$ 4 225 1971 IHC 10-20, i ___.___ _ _$ 175 1900 IHC F-2Q with road gear, I~.$ 300 Several IHC Regulars n *-^5S,« Ja? ^ r Several A-C WC "Cheapies" 2097 51 960 1483 1499 1751 Sale Price 360.00 395.00 1350.00 875.00 7475.00 1225.00 795.00 I' v , 395.00 ,1390,00 250.00 195.00 195.00 295.00 535.00 195.00 95.00 250.00 CHOPPERS & BrNDERS ^~ "~ •- g— "' , . .' :'..:"';: Stoek No - ., . Was Sale Price 1988 IHC Corn Binder 2 R—^___. $ 150 T2500 1251 G ,tS ^ OW6r "-—— $ 295 225.00 1976 IHC Blower ___.__,._... $150 -125,00 1865 Mollne Automatic B>ler ___._C~$ 675 575!bO ""MANURE SPREADERS Stock No. 266 IHC (Horse) - —„_____$. Was Sale Price 65 2026 2072 1719 New Idea No. 10 4-wheel rbr. $ 250 *""" Wew Idea (Horse) $ 75 Oliver on steel, __. 1_$ 155 TRUCKS 30.00 , 195.00 60.00 ' 95.00 COMBINES Stock No. 680 1199 1231 1954 1953 2028 2136 IHC 62 $ 475 A-C 60 __j __$ 450 Gleaner _ $ 675 M-H Clipper * 425 1950 A-C 60 _ $ 675 IHC 52 _ : $ 250 1953 Mpls-Moline 69-A-l $ 750 Was Sale Price 300.00 295.00 540.00 300.00 610.00 125.00 575.00 ELEVATORS stoek No - Was Sale Price 1376 42 Ft. Little Giant ;___$ 225 100.00 MANURE LOADERS Stock 2137 2148 914 1022 1549 1920 1994 2134 2146 Ho.'** Was Chev. '/2-Ton 1951 $ 0 95 CMC 2Vi Ton with box, LWB___$ 595 2-Wheel Imp. trailer with winch :_______ $ 385 1947 GMC Pickup __$ 725 1939 IHC '/, T Pickup. __ _$ 175 17 Ft. Truck Box with grain sides , and deck rails $ 275 1936 Ford Pickup $ .100 14-Ft. Corn truck Box ______$ 195 1947 '/i-Ton with Box _$ 395 Sale Price .625.00 495.00 285.00 350.00 75.00 2.25.00 60.00 150,00 285,00 MISCELLANEOUS Stock No. * 1558 Humboldt !____ _$ 175 1565 Super "Six" ____v__ $ 175 1729 Meyers $ 65 1871 Caswell Hydraulic $ 165 Sale Price 125.00 125.00 45.00 125.00 HAMMERMILLS Stock No. W9 1535 1577 1676 1715 10 B Gehl wilh cu.tter head and feed table __ $ 14 In. Ward $ 2 A Bearcat „$ 14 In. John Deere $ Was Sale Price 275 125 350 150 14 In. New Holland $ 85 175.00 95.00 295.00 125.00 65.00 PLOWS Stock No. Wos s a |e Price 1233 314 John Deere $ 95 75.00 1501 314 John Deere' __„ $ 175 145.00 1622 314 Cockshutt ___$ 165 13500 1952 314 A-C $ ,75 H5.QO 1997 314 IHC Slat $ 225 175.00 2092 316 Oliver Raydex $ 295 275.00 805 216 Bradley ;_. $ J65 125.00 990 Oliver TNT Subsoiler $ 125 85.00 1250 214 John Deere $ 65 35.00 1407 216 John Deere $ 150 125.00 1447 216 Mpls-Moline $ 75 $rj.OO 1726 A-CMtdCA $150 10000 2080 IHC Chef Bottoms _$ 150 125.00 2106 216 Case __. ^ $ 75 50.00 2114 8 Ft. Graham Hoeme P|ow $ 195 165.00 All Makes Corn Pickers — !4 Price Stock No. vVas 2142 1-Horse Enclosed Trailer $ 300 1166 15 Ft. Roderick-Lean Disc $ 95 2082 Tower Disc ___..'. ___$ 50 1776 12 Ft. Glencoe Field Cult., new in '54 _: $ 450 1510 IHC Milking Machine, complete $ 140 952 Universal 2 Unit complete $ 125 2109 De laval Speedette $ 150 2120 2 Unit De Laval Magnetic _ _$ 250 1740 5 Ft. IHC Mower (Ford) $ 70 1979 7 Ft. Dearborn Mower $ 85 2133 12 Ft. Grain Box Truck $ 50 HAMMERMIUS - Really Cheap ; 2129 Tractor Mounted Grain Thrower $ 45 2045 Cushman Motor Scooter $ 180 A-C 2 R Planter for G $ 100 Fert. Side D/esser for G A-C $ 95 2144 DeLaval Used Heater, 12-Gal.__| 50 (2) Small Corn Shelters, Choice $ 1QO Sale Price 245.00 70.00 25,00 350.00 95.00 75.00 90.00 210.00 50.00 50.00 30.00 35.00 130,00 35.00 30.00 35.00 55.00 NEAR NEW At Rock-Bottom Prices Fert. Attach, for M-H Cult. (Was $104-Sale Price 50.00) Tractor Steps with tool box. Tractor Heat Housers. Milkers, Water Heaters & Separators. Universal Snow Buckets for loaders. Humboldt Loader for IHC — TA - 20% Off. New Caswell Loader. Tank Heaters. Nevv Idea Grain Elevator (pemo) New Idea 17 Spreader (Demo) New Wagon Gears (Oemo) , Massey-Harris 33 or 445 (will trade) A-C Diesel WD 45 - wanted a WD gas. Super 88 Diesel at big savings. 12 Ft. Krause Wheel Tandem (Demo) 12 Ft. M-H Wheel Tandem (Demo) (2) Snowco Unloading Wagons, complete - 'A Off uRADLcY BROS; Ask About Any Item Not Listed and SET A DEAU South of Hotel Algona Algona, Iowa Be Sure To Register Here For The FREE HAMS Phone 714

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