The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 10, 1956 · Page 2
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'. "••"' get' by, con-, Mblhes, r sdle advdrtlsifig /ifealH,es ; .tHe largest circulation pi. '' •'•fitty'-BubHcatlprt in Kossuth Coim- :;>y.*:'-'- ; ^:* ,>/••;. ;;..-tfj;;<: : ^ : v Jfatii 11; s Wadriesdftv' i- dKester Farririgtbft complete closing but v.Skljb," 1 mile WV: arid V4 N. of Grant f itof e'. Qultin- 6M Clark, , auction- eei'SV SweaGity/ Bank, 'clerk. JOe-t flails i%UDM;;la]§t, week. : v \ W-"3M- I& 'Wednesday : v -i'. " Mrs ?iliawrenco;Smith >^ill hold a com* pletG' closing out sale oh the farrri Ideated 1%, miles north and -.114 '••• miles east of Wesley 1 ,, due to the death of -her husband. Included in the -sale: are 28 Herefojids, ewes, heris and a complete line Of farm machinery" a'rid e'Cjulp'ment including an,!JH" Earmall and an , F-20 Fafrnail;! plus -a; brdbder house and miscellaneous.VReilir\g and Leek of ^Wesley Me the sue- i tloneers arid 'the Exiitiange Statq Bank, Wesley, is clerk. Complete I details of this sale will be found i in -this ussue of the Algona Upper / De& Moines. , / , •• ;' Jan. 19, Thursday -— Ray'Laabs •! sale 250 hybrid pigs, & N. find v l% W. of Lone Rock. ; Lloyd Berkland, auctioneer; Lone Rock Bajik, clerk. • ,""/ • "!.. ; Jan. 19, Thursday— Earl Bates farm sale, 1 .west and,. 4 north ot AlgOna. Sale details! later, #unge- berg & Fraser, auctioneers;; Burt Savings Bank, '• clerkS .*' ; •;•••••...•;:; January 20, Friiay-f-i'ohii; Far-; mer ''complete ^.closing' out spte machinery,, /livestock, household goods, 7 V# miles, northeast of Cylinder. Berkl^nd, j Brown ; and, Finn, auctioneers; 'Cylinder 'State ; Bank,, clerk. Sale details in this paper later., ;,.,;/ . , _ -', .. . Jan. 24, Tuesday; -ft V Richard Gross, closing out farm sale 1% miles south .of , Lone; Rock! Full line of machinery offered. Lloyd Berkland, • auctioneers; ' 'Sale details in UDM at a latter . date. January 25,' Wednesday— Geo. Johnson? farm sale, machinery and livestock, 6 south- of' Algona, 6 east, lj% south arid % east; or 2%' north of LuY&'ne' county shed and] % mile west. Quinn & Yungebej'g, auctioneers; Farmers State Bank, Lu Verne, clerk/ Sale details later in ;this" paper. ; . ; > JanuarV 30,1 Monday '— 'H. W. 'Schultz, 5& 'west 'of junction ; off. .highways 1)3 ( arid- .169. • .Complete* line.of farnf mMcfiinery s and sbme; livestock! D'aletTfuhgebe'rg, aiid- ; tibtreer, .; Whitt|ffi6j£feStiite ; Bank/ clefk^ ^ GPrrtpieidiidiStails^lih' the Feb. H Wednesday---iB6b •; Miller sale, 2 east and' 3% north of LuVernei or 8 sout}v 2 '-. east and 1 south 'of- Sexton. Machinery, 21 Holstein heifers to calve Mar. 1, and four cows. < Yungeberg & Quinn, -auctioneers. Sale details in UDM later. ^ . Feb. 2, Thursday — Mrs Pauline Northrop, 4 miles east of Ban9roft. Complete line machinery, Holstein ' herd. Sale details later. Quinn & Yunge- berg, auctioneers; ^Titonka Savings Bank, clerk. • Feb. 6, Monday — Paul Hum farm sale, 3 west and 4 south of junction 169 & 18. Yurjgeberg & Colwell auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, clork. Fob. 7, Tuesday — Ray Muller, 4 north of Wesley. Complete closing out sale, full line of machinery. Security State Bank, clerk. Sale details later in UDM. Lee Colwell, auctioneer. February 8 & 9^ — Corwin Peer, southeast of Algona, complete dosing out ' sale, including Int. machinery and herd of dairy cattle with about 50 cows. Sale 'details later. Yungeberg & Quinn, auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, Algona, clerk. Feb. 16, Thursday — Bert Geer- clcs & Son, 3>/2 south and 1 \i- east of Lakota. Purebred Spotted Poland China bred gilt sale. Details later. February 16, Thursday — Ed Kuin complete closing out sale of livestock and machinery, 7 miles N. E. of Algona. Yunge- burg & Fraser, auctioneers. Sale details in UDM later. Feb. 21, Tuesday — Ernest Vot- Icler sale, 2 west and 2\'x south of Fenton. Berkland & Bortvit, auctioneers; First Trust & Savings, clerk. Sale details in UDM later. Feb. 23, Thursday — F. A. Drone, 3 south, 3 west and 1 Va south of THonka, Yungeberg & Fraser, auctioneers; Security State Bank, clerk. Sale details in UDM later. Every farm sale ad which originates with The Aleona Upper Des Moines carries Weather Insurance. If weather forces postponement of your sale, your ad and bills will be reprinted without charge with the new date selected for the sale. j^S.tat-garBt. Murphy wllljwlsent the vbcal de^ parinilent A df • "the- Lakola - ftlfcH school in art peeretta "Chprita" by Ff anM r C«st, Jan. 1 1 at 8 p.m. The cast Will be: MUr'do, ' Chief . of a gypsy'itrlbe. Lahipht Junker-* mier; Stephen, gypsy .youth and lover ;;-;of JiWtte" iprlttgesSivGierald Heetland; ; |ph' 6 n if a,' :pririeessj Shtrry *(|KbaUghj r rD*ya, gypsy .nurse,/' Bafbarai ijPeiers&ft, gypsy girls, Junipjf class; < ;•• MembefS of tribe, -JUahita- Schaefer, Fried .Stacker, Edwlri Wibben, Baron. ''StenascU, uncle of Chonlta, Robert Price. ;. : ;; "j, Baroness iSteriascu, , Mary ..,- Ann Lunnj ;Kbnt&di 'Ivaft Heidefcker; Ernll, a servant, Ronald Schwaf* iz\ gClests of Steriascu's and dance/sy' members of senior class. Fred Stubbe, Ex Lakotan, Passes Lakola— Funeral services were held 'at: 'the' Methodist 'clitirch 'iri Lake Mills, .Monday, , for Fred . ay' e frPmV ; £i briin ,. . . . . Stubbe' was' born* in Germany on Oct. 29, 1901. In 1924 he :was mprrled to Jennie' Jansen of L'akota.: He is survived by his wife and; two sons;, Gene, at Iowa State Teachers, Cedar Falls and Jeness, Hibbing, Minn:; two sisters, Mi's Glenn Behse, Des- Moines, Dorothy Stubbe, Chicago; ', four brothers, Jakie, Sandy and Benny of Baxter and a half brofher, Deit- 'riCh Gray, Chicago and his mp J ither, Mrs v Barnes'of Ledyard. .'' , 'Locals relatives who. s attended .thev serviced were: Mr" and' Mrs Elso !JanSen, Jenifer \ Bosnia, Mr •!and?'Mrsv Albert Bosma Jr^ s Alr 'bert Bosrn'a.Sr,,.and Mr' and Wits- Alden Wilcox.' • u^- '..,•;• Annual 4-H Day : Saturday, March 10, has been Set -as the,.date 'for- the annual '4-H-day to be held in Algona. 1 lirdift Feficlth. iTrii lUncheon" at fiooh witl be. Served by Ihe wives 6f the officers and employees. It will be held in- the Legion hall. •;•• •••.:,':-( ' , ; ••;>•', :,Move To Arizona , Cify —.,the Chester Faf* rlngtohs are .Moving ;.to Ai'izontf and/ - were :?epMtM;tfife week- to Selective cB6?V'le^ headtiu They aflKMafft" F. Finhestad, t^fi,iftfty|!lr%B6tt 'J. ttilbe Edwafd R|fllgjibdth Bode, and Ijafty ;tf, Qre'enfield; Be Surt to Se d Coor .Hew: ; ! ;;j.:g":i ^-, MINNEAPOLIS-MOLINE Out- Ahead Tractor foi 1 '56 Turn -io center/^of FARM & HOME Section Included With Th'is ' Newspaper Your Minneapolis-Mpfme Dealer , (Formerly Hovey Implement "Co North Main St. , Phone 90 ; . Algona, Iowa ( ' yxwxa&^zx^^ Misses - JUN16RS ILVA& JESSIE'S NoTiee Rodman, Cylinder Cagers Divide Rudman arid .Cylinder split twt basketball games tit Rodman Friday night, the; Jioinq boys taking a 56-44 verdict after the girls fell, 52-51, in the opener. The Rodman girls led at the half, 33-31, and 45-35 midway through the second half, but Cylinder fought back and grabbed the victory, running ils season record to 17-1. Alice Brulin got 21 points and Donna Freeman IB for' the winners, while Betty Doty notched 24 und Gib Barg- jnan 23 lor Rodman. - And No T-V Sets Or $100 Billsy With ur UsedCars, i -K -K -K * -K ONLY GUARANTEED ROCK-BOTTOM PRICED USED CARS Inspected! Reconditioned! OK Warranted! 1950 CHEVROLET 4-DR. SEDAN Really good-Has Powerglide. A Beaut of a Buy For Only - 1951 NASH 4-DOOR SEDAN Equipped to a Fare You Well— A very Special Nice Vehicle _. 1951 CriEVROLET 2-DR. SEDAN Equipped with Powerfllide— In nice shape - Extra Clean. 1951 PLYMOUTH 4-DR. SEDANS Two of these offered— Very good — Your Choice 1950 OLDSMOBILE 4-DR. "88 Just as slick as a whistle- Really top good 1953 PLYMOUTH 4-DR. SEDAN Blue finish—with overdrive. In top condition 1952 PONTIAC 4-DOOR SEDAN Complete with all equipment like Radio, Heater, Defrosters, etc.' 1953 CHEVROLET 210 4-DOOR (This car just came in — it's a beaut) KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. SVV Cprner of Courthouse Square Complete Car and Truck Service Re-Organization and lipREiiEW SPfipLS ARE ADDED THIS WEEK bargains for ladies, niisses, junior^ sub-teen* iand' the children! More hot specials are beh.. --Ho Etva & Jessie's noW for your share of thele J'buyY' that surely can't come again for a long, long ' ' ' • .'v '• ' . ''•• ' .'.'••".' : . -- '; .. - ' '''';. .'.':; ' — i —— Ladies — Childrehs ANKLETS Regularly 39c Pair ' - LADIES BLOUSES : Volpes 3:98 to 5.95 . LADIES FLANNEL PAJAMAS PAJAMA SETS GOWNS FOR JUNIPRS, MISSES, WOMEN, HALF SIZES DRESSES - Regularly $5.95 toi^!7.95-Now DRESSES — Regularly $8.95 to $22.95-Now DO YOU WEAR SIZE 38,1«,« or 46? ''" Then Here Are Special Values You Can't Pass;Upl DRESSES o(38,40,42^4,46) values to^| BUILT-UP-SLIPS (48,50,52) Rayon, were NYLON SLIPS (44 thru 50 were $6.95 ..._. 3.88 BLOUSES (38,40,42,44,46) entire group at % OFF TODDLERS - CHILDRENS - SUBTEENS COATS - SNOW SUITS HERE'S A SURPRISEl So wonderful and such price slashes that you'll want to buy a winter coat or snowsuit lor next season. In our famous lines. Sizes 1 to 4T. sizes 3 to 6x, sizes 7 to 14, sizes 10-12-14 si. Think oi buying these truly wonderful warm, fashionable garments for UP TO ONE-HALF OFF! UP TO U j OFF YOU WON'T SEE IT All UNTIL YOU'VE SHOPPED OUR STORE! CHILDRENS WEAR SLASHED! HERE ARE SOME EXAMPLES - MANY, MANY MORE AS GOOD Ladies & Childrens Sweaters & Skirts, nice selection - Drastically Reduced Ladies & Childrens Dusters & Robes, your choice at i/ 3 OFF Boys Knit Suits, long sleeved, sizes 1 to3x N OW at V-j OFF Baby Wear - Knit & Cotton Rompers, Baby Dresses, Infants Sweaters ....,, „. ,„, At''Hot" Prices Childrens Cotton Blouse Slips (were 3.98) and y 2 Nylon Slips (were 4.95) , _ N OW 2,77 Boys Wear - Jackets, Pants, Shirts, Anklets, Pajamas, etc, .. All Reduced MANY OTHER ITEMS IN CHILDRENS WEAR OF ALL KINDS AT CLOSE-OUT SALE PRICES ' I: WOMENS SUITS, were 14.95 to 17.95 .."$10 Vvln W iWI ^pi^ ••^pfc%F.%rlfci ijf . ^ . ' -. - . - ' ^^^^ APPAREL North of Sorer^son's Orocery and Ne x » to Brown's Studio ^ Algonq, | OV y a

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