The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 10, 1956 · Page 31
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 10, 1956
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\ T 4-AI§ona (la.) Upper Des Meines Tuesday, January 10, 1956 Or. and Mrs Harold Erickson entertained John Carroll at dinner Saturday evening. Mr and Mrs Carroll Branson had Mr and Mrs Jason Loving a-dinner guests New Year's Day. Mr and Mrs James R. Ko!p Jr. spcint New Year's at Ma T'-ovr ••>' the parental James R. Kolps Sr. Chris Alt, who SuJterea a &ugm stroke awhile ago, is still confined to bed but Is slowly itnprov ing. Calvin Bode has been confined to bed the past several days with phlebitis. He is now recovering. Mrs Rhoda Dunn had as New- Year's guests Mr and Mrs Waltei Rich and Mr and Mrs Charles- Dunn. Mr and Mrs Dale Laws spent Christmas and New Year's remaining for the week intervening at Moravia with the respective parents, Mr and Mrs John LaWs and Mr and Mrs Marshall Perry. left last Excelsior couple of Wesley Man Weds Georgia Girl In Nov. 26 Ceremony JUST TWICE EACH YEAR! SAVE UP TO AND MORE! on Women's Shoes DRESS SHOES Regularly Up io 7.95 SPORTS AND CASUALS Regularly Much Higher Regularly M AT Kenneth Hackbarth week Tuesday f o r Springs, Mo., for a weeks. Mr and Mrs W. M. Anderson •ind family spent Sunday at Hampton with Mr and Mrs Henry Farnham. Mr and Mrs William Kirkland spout New Year's at Slaylon, Minn., with Mr and Mrs Walter Prahm. Mr and Mrs E. L. Garbell were being visited by the lattei's sister. Mrs L. A. Swanson, of Coronado, Calif. The Delphian Society will hold its January meeting at the h;imc of Mrs F. C. Scanlan, Tuesday. Jan. 17, at 12:15 p.m. Mr and Mrs Robert Harrison had as New Yearns guests Eunice Bowman, Alice Broemmelsick and Mrs Minnie Steinman. Mr and Mis Herb Adams wert visited Thursday by their daughter-in-law, Mrs Herb Adnins Jr., and baby, of West Bend. Mr and Mrs John Haag spent the New Year weekend at Waterloo with Mr and Mrs Gene Thilges, former residents here. Mr and Mrs Walter Bleich were dinner guests Sunday of the hitter's niece and husband, Mr and Mrs Jerry Godden at Forest City. Mr snd Mrs Paul Lemkee and Mr and Mrs Wendel) Jensen and children of Armstrong attended the 78th birthday anniversary for J. M. Jensen Jan. 1 at Ringsted. Mr and Mrs Wallace Erdman were dinner guests Sunday o! Mrs Erdman's parents, Mr and Mrs Adolph Youngwirth at Lu- Verne. Mr and Mrs C. L. Livingston left this week for Phoenix, An/.. on a business trip which will keep them in the southwest several weeks. Mr and Mrs Robert King spent Christmas at Gravity with the respective parents, Mr and Mrs Earl King and Mr and Mrs Floyd Pickers. Mr and Mrs E. I. Garbett weix visited last week by their son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mr? John Stegmari and daughter Cathy of Iowa City. Dick Frideres who will soon complete; his boot training at the Great Lakes. Naval Base, spent two weeks li?!C with his parents, Mr and Mrs vi.j Frideres. Mr and Mrs John Claude spent New Year's 'at ' Sioux City with Mr Claude's parents, Mr and Mrs John Claude, Be.; and 'Mrs Claude's mother, Mi's Norma Lethcoe. Mrs Maude' Bilsborough and daughter Ha had the former's son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Raymond Webb and family of Humboldt as dinrter guests* Sunday. Mr and Mrs -ArnoM Gerd" 1 ? spent Sunday at Mason City with unief Petty Officer Tens Abbas and his wife. Mr Abbas is a recruiting officer here and at Mason City. Ensign and Mrs Ed Laing left here just before the holidays for San Diego, Calif., where they are making their home. They will be there at least six months possibly longer. Mr and Mrs D. H. Hall were visited during the Christmas weekend by the former's mother, Mrs Edith Johnson, of Arnolds Park. She also spent some time with another son and daughter- in-law, Mr and Mrs W. A. Hall. NOW IS THE TIME TO MEN'S LEATHER JACKETS S&LLOW PRICEP! \t Toughest Front- 1TF87 Quarter Horsehide %f Action free, cossack style of supple, scuff resistant cordovan brown leather. Body and $leeves fully lined with heavy rayon satin. Corded frame slash posckets. Sizes 36 to 46. Full 26/i-inch length. Mf *nd Mr* 6l*nn Chally spent ChristrniiH at Kanawha with MrS Chally's brother-in-law and sister, Mr find Mrs C. C. Vanc&worker and New Year's at oiiauoru wun IVir vjhahy s patents, Mr and Mrs I. L. Chally. • Mt and Mrs M. J. Kern had as dinner guests last week Sunday their sons and daughter-in-law. Mr and Mrs Delmar Kern, Dale Kern, a student at the Iowa State College, Ames, and Mrs Rebecca Lowrnan, mother of the senior Mrs Kern. Mr and Mrs Harry Smith of Butterfield, Minn, and Mi- and Mrs Julius Bollig of Bancroft were dinner guests at the Clarence Metzger home, Monday, Jan. 2. Friends and relatives were guests of the Metzgers on New Year's Eve. Mr and Mrs Arnold Danielsen, Mr and Mrs Floyd Bode, Mr and Mrs Owen Hurl and Mr and Mrs Harry Naffziger attended the young married couples of the Farm Bureau meeting at Mr and Mrs Raymond Carlson's at Wesley Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs Charles Devine hacl as supper guests last week Monday the lalter's parents, Mi and Mrs Art Roscnmeyer, Mr and Mrs Eugene Zittritsch, Mr and Mrs Kenneth ..Mulligan oC Bancroft and Mr and Mrs Bob Simonsen of Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Robert Leininger were visited Saturday by the latter's sisler, Mrs Durwood Rutledge and children. The Leining- ers spent Christmas at Whittemore with Mr and Mrs Joe Leininger and at Lone Rock with Mr and Mrs Jess Volentine. Jack Amon and Mildred Fouse, students at the Omaha Bible Institute, spent Christmas and a part of the New Year s week with the former's parents, Mr ar.d Mrs lyde Amon. iVir and Mrs Clyde Aman spent New Year's and a :ew days at Topeka, Kan., with ;he former's parents, Mr and Mrs Clyde L. Amon. Mr and Mrs Matt ZiitriJSch returned Friday to Topeka, Kan., after a'visit of'several days with the former's mother,' Mrs Mary Zittritsch and other relatives. Matt 'is employed with a construction company and .last year was located at Wichita, Kan. Mr and Mrs C. M. Humphrey were visited during the holidays by their sons and daughters-in- law. Mr and Mrs Nathan Humphrey, of Fnyotti; and Mr and Mrs Madison Humphrey of Ketchikan, Alaska, Mr Humphrey is employed there as a union manager. Mrs Richard Carr and children Ronnie and Sandra have returned from Fort Madison where they spent the holidays with the grandparent?, Mr and Mrs Robert Crosby and Mr and Mrs Wm. Carr. ' Mr Carr was there a part of the time but Mrs Carr's return was delayed because of surgery Ronnie underwent. Mr Carr was there to attend the funeral services for Mrs J. J. Hutton, wife of the manager of the North Central Public Service, a business which corresponds to the gas service here. SEE The Firestone Tractor Tire Ad Pictured above are Mr and Mrs Robert V. Studer Who were married Nov. 26 in a ceremony performed in Augusta, Ga. Mr Studer is a son of Mrs Viola Studer of Wesley, Iowa. The bride is the former Marie Cecilia Bohler of Augusta. Mr and Mrs John Carroll are parents of a,son born Thursday .it SL Ann hospital. He .has been named Steven John. There is another child in the family, a son Charles Muitagh. Clas-smaies of Connie Metzger helped her celebrate her 14th birthday last week. Robert Mclz- ger was a supper guest at the .William Duffy home near A1-, gona, Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs A. A. Kie-cker spent Monday .and Tuesday (today) at Minneapolis, Minn, where Mr Kiecker transacted business and Mrs Kiecker visited her sisters, Mrs Garhett Knight c'nd Mrs Herbert Stewart. Mr and Mrs Mevlin Baker, Mr and Mrs William Buker and Mr and Mrs II. E, Presthus of Bancroft were dinner gue.sts last week Sunday of Mr and Mrs Jack Schultz of Irvinglon. The William Bakers are parents of Merlin, Mrs Presthus and Mrs Schultz. Eldon Moore, son of Mrs August Schmidt, Phil Schneider, son of Mr and Mrs Paul Schneider and John Norman, son of Mr and Mrs H. A. Norman left last week Sunday for Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., to begin army training. Esther Quinby went to Sac City, Saturday, to attend the funeral services for R. N. Moyer. When she taught there a number of years ago she roomed with Mr and Mrs Moyer who are now 98 and 96 respectively. Had he lived till Feb. 21, they would have been married 78 years. Mr and Mrs Fred Erickson had as New Year's -guests Mary Ann Lunn and brother Jerry and her fiance Roger Krominga of Lakota. Other guests were Mr Erickson's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Walter Lunn, also of Lakota and her niece La- onnt- Lunn who has completed a course in cosmetology and will be employed at LeSeur, Minn. 2-year Immunity against HOG CHOLERA! with a single injection of ROVAC* Hog Cholera Vaccine* Lecfer/e *Full name of_produc» It HOG CHOLERA VACCINE (Modified tlvo Virus), Rabbit Origin, Vacuum-Dried ROVAC, U. S. Pat. No. 2,518,978. Read large the Farm ad on Page 2 of & Home Section RUSK DRUG On Page 4 of the f ARM & HOME Section Included With this Newspaper- For Anything in tires Come To > BRADLEY BROS. Your FIRESTONE Tire Dealer Read The Want Ads - It Pays! / _^ One Of The Things To ee In Algona This Week ..--.? ••-.'..: . % v i/ir .'•«•'"> «•'.'" . c> .* ••' ~*;n-^ '•.. ••• •: (Armstrong LINOLEUM KITCHEN FLOOHS NO OTHER FLOOR OFFERS SUCH A V/IDE CHOICE OF HANDSOME COLORS AND STYLES. THE EXTRA SMOOTH SURFACE IS EASY TO CLEAN. EVEN IF YOU SPILL' GREASE OR OIL ON IT, YOU CAN'T MAR ITS BEAUTY. ARMSTRONG LINOLEUM COMES IN ROLLS SIX FEET WIDE AND' CAN BE INSTALLED WITH MINIMUM SEAMS. »,<^:y^->-.*/; :^i.£-V»'iv'^ .#•-• REMEMBER! 10 DISCOUNT on all stock wallpaper and Pratt & Lambert Paints! BUILDING SUPPIY Phone 275 Algona :•'£."/-I'gTy^v:;';?^;-;^ Due to the death of my husband I will sell the following property at public auction at the farm located 1V4 miles north and IVz miles east of Wesley; or 3 miles west, V/i north and 3 /4 miles west of Hutchins, on Sale Starts 12:30 P.M. Lunch on Grounds Not Responsible For Accidents 5 Hereford Cows with 5 Calves at Side 3 Second Calf Springing Heifers 2 Cows to Freshen in April 2 Springing Heifers 3 Heifers, wgt. about 500 Ibs. 3 Steers, wgt. about 800 Ibs. 5 Steers, wgt. about 500 Ibs. _ 10 GOOD EWES Bred to Suffolk Buck One Yearling Suffolk Buck 200 LAYING HENS 200 700 Bushel Nemaha Seed Oats HAY AND STRAW Baled Kay, Alfalfa and Red Clover, no rain 300 Bales of Straw &EQUI "H" FARMALL TRACTOR IN GOOD CONDITION, NEW TIRES IHC 238 CULTIVATOR, Lift, Rotary Shields F-20 FARMALL with Good Tires IN EXCELLENT CONDITION CULTIVATOR FOR F-20 IHC 2-Row Planter, with 160 rods wire. IHC 7-Ft. Power Lift Tractor Mower with windrower, three years old. IHC 15-Ft. Disc with Extensions. IHC 2-14" Bottom Plow. Case 1-Row .Corn Planter. ^ Case Side Delivery Rake. 4-Section Harrow. IHC Endgqte Seeder. IHC Hay Loader. IHC "61" Combine with Motor, good cond. IHC Manure Spreader. Spring Tooth Harrow. Rubber Tired Trailer, Flare Box. Steel Wheel Wagon, Flat Rack. Dirt Slip Scraper. 300-Ggl. Overhead Gas Tank, stand 60-Bu. Steel Hog Feeder Mineral Feeder, 30-Gal Hog Waterer Drink Cup Hog Waterer for pressure system on side of tank. 20-Ft. Feed Bunk on wheels Pump Jack with 1/3 h.p. motor Grapple Fork for Bales, 3 Hay Sling* Thieman Tank Heater • John. Deere Speed Jack Hand Corn v Sheller 16-Ft. Wooden Hog Trough 10-Ft. Steel Hog Trough 16-Ft. Feed Bunk 500 Chick Electric Brooder 50-Ft- Garden Hose 20 Steel Posts 50-Ft Roll Slat Cribbing Fuel Oil 500 Chick Brooder Stove 2 Steel Barrels, 50 and 30 gal. 20 Rods Barbed Wire Electric Fencer, Extra Batteries Many other articles too numerous to mention. 8x10 BROODER HOUSE TERMS: CASH or Make Arrangements with the Clerk Mis. Lawrence Smith, Prop. Reiling & Leek, Wesley, Auctioneers Exchange State Bank, Wesley, Clerk

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