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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 31, 1956
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4-A!gona (la.) Upper De» Moines Tuesday, January 31, 1956 Jay Gees Set Feb. 9 For Farm Award & Boss Nite Clair Thomas, president of ihe Algona Junior Chamber of Commerce, announces thai the local organization has set Thursday evening, Feb. 9, as ihe dale for the annual Bosses Night and presentation of the "Outstanding Young Farmer" of the year for Kossuth county. Dayton Countryman, attorney general of Iowa, will be the guest speaker, at the event to be held at the Algona high school annex. A committee of JayCee members has been working for some weeks on nominations for the honor awards of Outstanding Young Farmer. Recommendations are made by groups and individuals from all areas of the county for this honor. Last year the award of a plaque went to Corwin Peer Of Algona. The final selection is a secret until announcement is made at the banquet at which time ihe plaque for 1956 will be presented. Tickets are now on sale from any member of the Jay- Cees at $1.50 per person. Mr Countryman, whose term as attorney general has been one of considerable activity and pro and con over a number of slate matters, will be making his first public appearance here. The topic of his talk has not been announced. JayCee members will appreciate a good response to the ticket sale. ^\\ Algona Upper Des Moines FARM SALE CALENDAR Farmers having sales can get their dates listed here by contacting the Upper Des Moines, where farm sale advertising reaches the largest circulation 01 any publication in Kossuth county. Feb. 1, Wednesday—Bob Miller sale, 2 east and 3V4 north of LuVerne, or 8 south, 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 last week. Feb. 2, Thursday—Mrs Pauline Northrop, 4 miles east of Bancroft. Complete line machinery, Holstein herd. Sale details today. Quinn & Yunge- berg, auctioneers; Titonka Savings Bank, clerk. Feb. 4, Saturday—Harold and Vernon Brown complete Holstein dispersal auction sale, % mile east of Corwith. Quinn & Yunge- berg, auctioneers; Corwith State Bank, clerk. Sale details in UDM this issue. Feb. 6, Monday — Paul Hurn farm sale, 3 west arid 4 south of junction 169 & 18. Yungeberg & Colwell auctioneers; Ipwu State Bank, clerk. Sale details in full in UDM today. Fob. 7. Tuesday—Ray Muller, 4 north of Wesley. Complete closing out sale, full line of machinery. Security State Bank, clerk. Sale details today in UDM. Lee Colwell, auctioneer. February 6, Monday — Stuart M. Anderson complete closing out farm sale at farm located 11 miles east of Estherville then 5 miles south and 1 "4 east with 15 head of Holstein cattle and a very good line of machinery, plus poultry, feed and household goods. Clark & Clark are auctioneers and the First Trust & Savings Bank of Armstrong, clerk. Complete details in an ad in today's UDM. February 8 & 9—Corwin Peer, southeast of Algona, complete closing out sale, including int. machinery and herd of dairy c-attle with about 50 cows. Sale details later. Yungeberg & Quinn, auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, Algona, clerk. February 14, Tuesday—Robert Mullen sale, starting 1 p.m., 2 east on highway 18 from Cylinder. Lloyd Berkland and Henry Moore, auctioneers; Cylinder State Bank, clerk. Sale details later in this paper. February 15, Wednesday—Geo. F. Grimsehl complete closing out sale on the farm located 4 miles east and 1 mile north of LuVerne with a full line of farm machinery and miscellaneous items, plus 10 head of cattle. Herman Brummond Is the auctioneer and the Farmers State Bank, Lu- Verne, is clerk. Full details in an ad in today's UDM. Feb. 16, Thursday—Bert Geerdes & Son, 3\z south and 1 ! 2 east of Lakota. Purebred Spotted Poland China bred gilt sale. Details later. February 16, Thursday — Ed Kain complete closing out sale of livestock and machinery, 7 miles N. E. of Algona. Yunge- bf'rg & Fraser, auctioneers. Sale details in UDM later. Feb. 21, Tuesday—Erne.-:! Vot- teier sale, 2 west and 2 1 :- south of Fenton. Berkland £ Bortvh, i auctioneers; First Trust & Savings, clerk. Sale details in UDM later. Feb. 23, Thursday — F. A. Dione, 3 south, 3 west and 1'u south of Titonka, Yungeberg £ Fraser. auctioneers; Security State Bank, clerk. Sale details in UDM later. Every farm sale ad which originates with The Alsona Upper Des Moines carries Weather Insurance. If weather forces postponement of your bale, your ad diid bills will be reprinted without charge with the new date selected for the sale. Chester Call, Pioneer's Son, Buried Tuesday Funeral services for Chester C. Call, 79, son of a pioneer Algona family, were held today (Tuesday) at McCullough's Funeral Chapel at 2 p.m. Rev. G. G. Hall- Alice Anderson Rites Jan. 24 At LuVerne West Bend Girl Bride of Atvin Brandt of Titonka auer. Congregational minister, officiated, and burial was in Riverview Cemetery. Mr Call died Friday night In his sleep at the Kansas City (Mo.) Club where he made his home. He had been in poor health for some time. Chester C., son of Mr and Mrs Ambrose A. Call, was born in Algona. He was raised here, attended school and graduated from the local high school and attended Grinnell College. Chester managed the world- famous Algona Brownies baseball team, leaving Algona about 50 years ago. He was general agent for the Kansas City Life Insurance Co. which he helped found, and at the time of his death was sales director of that company, although inactive. He was a visitor in Algona many times, and owned business properties here. Mr Call was an uncle of Don and Theo Hutchison. He was never married and the only immediate relative surviving is Mrs L. J. Dickinson, wife of former senator L. J. Dickinson, who lives in Des ;Moines.' Pallbearers at the funeral were Fred Shilts, Jack Chrischilles, Bill Finn, Dr. A. J. Eason, Roy McMahon and Harold Cowan. Burt School To Host Band Clinic On February 7 Burt—The Burt Community School will be host for the band clinic on Tuesday, Feb. 7. Guest conductor for the day's activities will be Frank Piersol from Iowa State College, Ames. The Burt Band will render, "Aurora" for Mr Piersol who will give criticism and comments to aid them in preparing for the spring music contest. Massed bands of some 300 members will give the evenings entertainment. The evening meal will be sponsored by the Band Mothers group. Mrs Duane Habeger and baby Kristen Kay'were accompanied to Northwood Thursday by Mrs Melfred Mitchell of Lone Rock, where they visited former pupils of Mrs Habeger and called on several teachers in the Northwood school. They were dinner guests at the home of Supt. and Mrs John Micklick. Mrs Habeger taught the fourth grade there before her marriage. The February meeting of the WSCS will be Wednesday the 1st at the church. Hostesses will be Gladys Hawcott, Elizabeth Kennedy, Vera Schwietert and Elva Simpson. Lefie McMulien wih have devotions and Ruby Hinckley the program. The V.F.W. Auxiliary Sewing meeting for February will be with Bertha Wallace on Tuesday the 7th. Lotts Creek 4-H The Lolls Creek Leaders' 4-H met at the Lolls Creek sehool Monday. Jan. 16. The meeting was called to order by Dave. Eik-ksun. Bill Kuyc-ker explained Uve Tractur Maintenance Pro;um to the members Johnny Seven Fines In J.P. Court Here Seven men paid fines on u variety of counts in Justice C. H. Ostwinkle's court this week Keith M. Voss, LuVerne. paid §25 and costs for failing to report property damage; Raymond T. Christensen. Ringsted. paid a total of S25.90 and costs on two counts of overloading a tiuck: Arthur G. Illg, Bode, was a:-;-:es.s- ed §25 and costs for boum intoxicated on a public highway: William S. Dewolf. Rolfe. paid $15 and costs for failing to yield the right-oi-way: Ciaudc \V Miller. Cylinder", paid S.'j an;:, costs lor truck speeding: Cecil T | Bjustro:!,, Whittemore. paid S7.!)0 j and co.->ts on an oveil.iad conns: | and Roller D. Ande. son, Co:-v. paid $5 and coJh, on a : violation. LuVerne — Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 24. in the LuVerne Methodist Church for Mrs Alice Anderson who passed away Sunday, Jan. 22, in the Roberts Rest Home in Algona. Mrs Ray Stone, organist accompanied Mrs Bertie C. Ramus, who sang. Casket bearers were Ralph Stoll. Ralph Oxley, G. M. Will, Harold Rcddel. Clarence Nielsen and Bernard Wolf. The Rev. Robert -Kessinger officiated, with burial in the East Lawn Cem etery, Al.Tona. Mrs Alice Anderson, daughter of Otto and Christine Holt, was born Dec. 1. 1876 on a farm southeast of Stratford, Iowa. She passed away at the rest home where she was a patient the past three years at the age of 79 years On 'March 8, 1899. Mrs Anderson was united in marriage to Emil Anderson. To-this union were born four children. The Anderson family resided on farm in Hamilton County and later moved to Stratford. From there they moved to a farm east nf LuVerne which has been their home for many years. She was preceded in death by her husband who died Jan. 15. 1947, by her parents and one brother, E. M. Holt. She is survived by three daughters: Mabel. (Mrs Arthur Carlson), Gowrie; Edythe, (Mrs Geo. Wolf). LuVerne: Eleanor, (Mrs Elmer Kubly), Corwith: a son, Orville Anderson, Corwith. One brother Andy Holt of Stratford, twelve grandchildren and nine great grandchildren, many other relatives and friends. Out of town relatives and friends attending the funeral of Mrs Alice Anderson Tuesday were Mr and Mrs Einar Holt, Elmhurst. 111.; Mr and Mrs Donald Erickson and Noel, Sheridan, Wyo.; Messers and Mesdames Lloyd F. Anderson, Gust Berglund, Marvin Westrum, Andie Holt, Rudy Gustafson, Lloyd R. Anderson, Harold Fohlen, Carl Kane, Mrs John Carlstedt, Mrs Almeda Holt, Mrs Art Larson, Mr Vernon Berglund, Mr Carl Berglund, Mr Paul Berglund and Mr Carl Jernquist, all of Stratford; Keith Kubly, Ames: Messers and Mesdames Arthur Carlson, Dick Carlson, Harold Carlson, Ed Carlson, Roy Carlson, Harry Carlson, Ole Orness, Elmer Johnson, Mr Robert Carlson all of Gowrie: Mr and Mrs Fred Arendt, Humboldt: Mr and Mrs Wilmar Koessel, Lake View; Mr and Mrs Clif Randall, Mason City; Mr and Mrs John Gilligan, Mr and Mrs Elmer Peters, Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Henry Harms, Sr., West Bend; Mr and Mrs Elmer Synder, Mr Eric Berglund of Stanhope; Mrs Amy Bcrggren,- Mrs Theo. Lundquist. Mr and Mrs Lewis Sudderberg of Boone; Mr and Mrs W. M. Anderson, Mrs Otto Westling, La Veda Westling, Mrs Ellen Bjustrom and Milan, Mrs Virgil Rohlf, Mrs Gerald Ollom all of Algona; William Beaman. Mrs Rex Puffer of Britt; and Mr and Mrs Renix Wilson, Kanawha; Mrs Nettie Jensen, Webster City. Annual Meeting OfREA,Feb.7 At Humboldt The Humboldt County Rural Electric Cooperative will hold its 21-st Annual Meeting in the Hum- ota Theater at Humboldt, on February 7. Doors will open at 12:00 o'clock noon and the meeting will start at 1:00 o'clock. The business meeting will consist of reports by the president, treasurer and manager, and the t-lection of three directors. The present members of the board of directors are: President, Arthur Straehan, Humboldt; Vice President, Floyd. Lane, Ren wick; Secretary, Oscar Holden, Humboldt: Treasurer, Perry Morse, Humboldt; A. A. Schipull, Lu- Verne; Carroll Adams, Ottosen; J. V. Evans; Eugene Drager, Algona and J. Cf Skow, Wesley. The Cooperative has about 50'" r of its lines in Kossuth County with its headquarters in Humboldt. The Cooperative in the last ten years has grown from 1184 members who used 1,821,191 KWH in the year 1945 to 1B12 members who used 10,391,093 KWH in 1955. In 1945 the Cooperative- had 516 miles of line in operation and in 1955 the Coop- eialive had 836 miles of line- Sunday. Jan. 15, Miss Nancy! Doty, daughter of Mr and Mrs Roy Doty of West B^nd, becarhe the bride of Alvin Brandt, son of Mrs Ella B. Brandt of Titonka, in a candlelight double ceremony ifi the Methodist church at Wes\ Bend. Stephen Williams, organist played the nuptial music and ac* companied Miss Rosemary Anliker as she sang. Miss Betty Doty, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Mrs Mervin Lauck of Whittemore, sister of the bridegroom, was bridesmaid. Taper lighters were Donna Jean Doty, the bride's sister and Lu Ann Brandt, niece of the bridegroom. Lu Dean Brandt, the bridegroom's niece, was flower girl. Ring bearer was Loren Brandt, nephew of the bridegroom. Attendants to the bridegroom were Fred Hoffman as best man and John Doty, the bride's brother. Ushers were Raymond Brandt and Shirley Doty, Following the ceremony a reception for 80 guests was held in the church parlors.. Assisting were Mrs Marvin McCullough, Miss Janna Lee Krug, Marlcne Bonnstetter, JoAnh Besch, Beverly Krug. Also Miss Ella Mae Doty, Leona Hoffman, Sharon Schut- ger, Mrs Vera Anderegg, Mrs Qprrine Fry, Mrs Vern Krug, Mrs George Krug and Mrs Frank Besch. After a wedding trip, the couple will live northeast of Titonka where the bridegroom is engaged in farming. Many Sexton Folks Are Traveling During Winter By The Village Gossip Sexlon — There have been a lot of changes in population this month for a small town. While everyone was busy welcoming Mr and Mrs Martin Mimlmch home after their long trip, they were getting re?dy to leave again. They have received word their daughter's husband, Sgt. Lawrence Taylor, has been sent to Guam for three months. Tho Mimbachs haven't had much time to miss leaving their new grandson and they plan to leave the first of February for Washington to stay with Mrs Taylor for the three months. Mary McMahon -has left for Dallas, Tex., so if Francis and Charles McMahon are getting dish pan hands that is the reason. Maybe the weather isn't as good for bragging in Texas as it was in Alabama because no one has heard any publicity from Mary as they did from Mrs Art Klein during her recent southern trip. man, mother of Mrs August Kir schbaum. Mr Eisenman passed away last year and Mrs Eisenman had recently been cared for at a home in Clear Lake until suffering a stroke just before her death. She would have been 89 on Jan. 27. Mrs John Jennings spent a day at the Clarence Cannady home caring for her grandchildren while" Mr and Mrs Cannady were at a funeral in Ottumwa. Frank Burger accompanied his father-in-law, A. Ward of Algona, here from Montrose. Mr Burger visited with his parents, Mr and Mrs Arch Burger while here. The Friendly Club met at the home of Mrs Wilford Ward with Mrs Julia Taft as assistant hostess. Mrs Martin Mimbach showed pictures of her new grandson and told of their trip to Washington. Guests were Mrs Nellie Weir of Colo and Mrs Joe Namer of St. Benedict and also the newest babies in town, Roger Kirschbaum • and Donald Kelley enjoyed the meeting and were greatly admired. The next meeting will be Feb. 23 at the home of Mrs Glenn Gabrielson with Mrs Mack Wise and Mrs Vinnie Laymon assisting. If the cold weather keeps up much longer it is going to be a lot warmer around town next summer too. Ed Fitch and Francis Esser will soon have all the shade trees in town cut up for Last Rites For MrsBenCassem Funeral services fur Mrs Ben Cassem, 66, were conducted Saturday afternoon at Immanuel Lutheran Church at Swea City with the Rev. A. M. Youngquist officiating clergyman. Mrs Cassem died last. Thursday at her home, after si heart attack. Clara Amelia Cassem was born in Marshalltown on Dec. 4, 1889, to Mr and Mrs George Cassem. On Nov. 16, 1908, she; was married to Ben Cassem at Joliet, 111. Four years later the couple came to Swea City where they farmed for a number of years. After an accident which caused Mr Cassem to lose a foot, they came to Swea City. Mrs Cassem held membership in the Swea City Bethel church until it merged several years ago with Immanuel Lutheran churcVu Surviving are her husband and eight children, Arthur, Mrs Harold (Arlene) Peterson, and Mrs Orville (Laila) Jones, all of Armstrong; Arden and Mrs Orval (Berniece) Opsal, Ceylon; Mrs Arva (Ardis) Berhow, Elmore, Minn.; Mrs William (Inna) Tordoff. Cherokee; and George, Dps Moines. There are 21 grandchildren, six sisters and two bro thers. Three children and her parents preceded her in death. Burial was in Harrison Township Cemetery. Burt Student To Help Pick Queen John Teeter, Burt, is serving as queen selection chairman on the central committee for the Independent Students Association Ball at Iowa State College. The dar^e, to be held Feb. 11, will follow the theme, "Enchanted Moments." Highlight of the event will -be the crowning of the ISA Queen. Teeter is the son of Mr and Mrs F. E. Teeter of Burt.-He is a junior in agricultural engineering. HOSPITALS Jan. 18 — Mrs W. R, Kuhn, Algona, girl, 6-10; Mrs Isabelle Mauser, Corwith, medical. Jan. Mrs Burtis DeNio, . LYiVerne, girl, 7-12; Clifford Haase, Algona, medical; Mrs Anna Raskopf, St. Benedict, medical; Paul Ulses, Burt, surgery; Carl J. Brown. LuVerne, surgery; Mrs Herbert Khecht, Wesley, girl, 613. Jan. 21 — Mrs Joseph Presthus, Algona, boy, 9-2; Mrs Ray Mertz, Algona, girl, 7-6; Myrna Mino, Algona, tonsillectomy; Gunnud Flom, Wesley, tests; Mary E. Mertz, Ottoscn, medical; Mrs Heiko Boekelman, Titonka, medical; Mrs Donald G. Krause, Bancroft, girl. Jan. 22 — Mrs John Heider- scheidt, Algona, girl, 6-8. Jan. 23 — David Skilling, Algona, T & A; George Hanig, Wes- lev, medical. 'Jan. 23 — Mrs George Schneider, Bancroft, medical. Jan. 24 — Mrs Dwayne Johnson, Bode, girl, 7-9'/i; Mrs Norman Helleseth, West Bend, medical; Mrs Milo Kollasch, Algona, fire wood, going. the way they are During her 10 months stay at the Fred Jennings home, Mrs Julia Taft has made a lot of friends who are sorry to see her leave. She is returning to Fairmont, Minn;, where she will make a home for her daughter, Helen. Mr Jennings is also believed to be leaving after many years here, although his plans are not completed at present. Even the younger generation is thinning out this winter as Lloyd Wise lias entered a 16 week's course in a linotype school at Charles City in preparation for a newspaper career. Elaine Holtorf, formerly working at the local lumber yard, is now employed in the city division- o£ Kelley Lumber Co. in Algona. Since hi$ trailer home is still here he is still an official resident but not seen in town so often. The Sexton ?c-hool is empty again although Mr Krieps is remodeling it into a home. Tho former residents, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Wieg, are now in Algona where Mrs Wieg is employed at St. Ann hospital. A new family arriving in town are well known as they formerly lived in the area for many years. Mr and Mrs John Stratton of Mason City will live in the home owned by Glenn Gabriels'oa and Mr Stratton plans to work on the Gabrielson farm. Mrs Leo Kjrschbaum has spent some time helping here mother, Mrs Elizabeth Mergen of Whittc- more, the past weeks. Mrs Mer< gen fell and fractured her wrist. Funeral services were held last week at the Methodist church in Britt for Mrs Melissa Eisen-and the town was well canvassed. man, Buft, medical; Mary Ellen Farrell, Whittemore, medical. J*n. it ->- Mrs Irene spurgeon, Quaker City, Ohio, medical. Jan, 30 —i Oscar Luedtke, Lone Rock, medical; Harvey Merit, West Bend, medical; Pat Doerning, me'dical. When American printing began the presses were still much like that used by Gutenburg two and half centuries before. KOSSUTH COUNTY girl, 6-4VJ!. Jan. 26 Mrs Russell Buchanan, Algona, girl, 7-2; Mrs Tri- entjc Wibben, Titonka, medical. Jan. 27 — Mrs Aelred Hild- All the traffic at the elevator is a little misleading as part of it has been customers from the lumber yard using the elevator scales. The outside scale at the lumber office froze during the extreme cold. Michael Huff is a very young supporter of the new miracle drugs. After receiving his "shot" he came through his round with scarletina without being sick. Mrs Glenn Gabrielson attended a mother's tea for the class her son Kenyon is attending. It was held at the John Hopkins home in Algona. Mrs Gabrielson had the cast removed from her broken leg but she still isn't getting out as much as usual being a little unsteady on ice or slippery floors. August Kirschbaum soon found homes for the family of puppies to the dismay of all the grandchildren. One of the little dogs is well traveled by this time as it returned to Kansas with people visiting in Algona. Sexton was ready to feel neglected on the polio drive but Mrs Perry Lowman put in her usual appearance on the last day Frosh-Soph Play Offered Feb. 7 Mystery fans arc in for a big night in the Algona high school auditorium .Tuesday, Feb. 7, when the freshman and sophomore classes present Paul S. McCoy's "Lights Out" at 8 p.m. Harley A. Waller is directing the play, which is full of thrills and chills from beginning to end. The plot centers around the proposed sale of an old mansion, and the events that take place in the mansion one night provide plenty of excitement. Members of the cast include Sandra Phillips, Karen Hulchins, Gary Bernau, Paula Priebe, Sharon Erickson, Peter Buwalda, Jim Anderson, Chester R. Cook, Jr., Judy Adams and Roger Keith. Faye Loss is assistant director, script girl is Mimj Wright and Charles Johnson is stage manager. Grand Jury To Report Feb. 7 February term of Kossulh district court will open in Algona j Io3 Ib.—Larry ne.xt week. The grand jury has been orcjer- ed lo report'next Tuesday, Feb. J?, by County Attorney L. W. Nit! chai.~. Annual inspections as re- quned by law of the county h-'ine and county jail will be made, and one case will go before tiie grand jury. There are two O.M.V.I, cases coming up for trial in the uext terns, and one embezzlement Charity Ball, April 3 Tuesday evening. Apn! 3. wa- selected last week as the cLite f. a- the annual Charity Ball. Tin- ..!'fair i . |j.,i,.,!.,!•. ,j }, .ii-.tly 1.-. :'..i In tlie meantime one new ca^e wa> Iiled in district court, thai ...i the Arbie Mineral Feeds. Inc. versa, Paul Miller, asking judgment for $SiJl.ti5 un an account matter. T'i .1 |;i t ! !•.:: "'.' i.) ! ( ' ' ej;. 'i t Ull ; 'rue.-a.-jv. Feb. H. High Wrestling Team Loses To (-Falls, 25-13 Algona's wrestling team fell to Iowa Falls, 25-13, at Iowa Falls Friday night. Coach Champ Martin's grapplers close their regular duel meet season this Friday night when Fort Dodge high school's matmen come to town. The squad will then prepare for district cpmpetition in two weeks. Larry Johnson registered Algona's only fall when he flipped Smith of Iowa Falls in 2:48 in the 133 Ib. match. Results: 95 Ib.—Neubauer (IF) dedsion- td A. Braun, 3-2. 103 Ib.—Reed (IF) dedsioned Morris Harbour, 8-0. 112 Ib.—Mike Seller drew with B. Stotser (IF), 2-2. 120 Ib.—J. Stotser (IF) deeision- ed Gordy Braun, 4-2. 127 Ib.—lies (IF) decisumed Francis Bjustrom, 5-2 Johnson threw Smith (JF), 2:48. 13ti Ib.—Stockdale (IF) threw Jim Moxley, 3:2(5. 145 Ib.—Harold Bjustrom deci- sioned Wall (IF). 4-0. 154 Ib.—D. Smithers (IF) ded- sioned Jennings, 5-3. 165 Ib.—Curr (IF) dedsioned Davis, 6-2. Hwt. —Dave Seller dccisioned J. Smithers (IF), 11-5. Algona's B-team chalked up its third straight win as Iowa Falls fell, 30-17, in the curtain-raiser. Larry Cook, Olsen, Moore, Etlier- ingiun and D. johiiiuii gained falls for Algona. Rich won a decision and Wayne Williams | battled to a draw. Iowa Fall;, gut Mhi cc fa IK and a draw dm in;.; I the meet. Girls' Sectionals Girls sectional basketball tournaments got underway all over the stale last night (Monday), including activity at five sites in this area. Goldfield, last year's stale championship outfil, gol off on the right foot at Lu- Verne wilh a convincing 4735 verdict over Corwith in one of the most important games in the state. Down at Bode, Livermore edged Ottosen, 72-68, in a thriller and Renwjck swept past Rutland. 45-39. Burl downed Crystal Lake. 28-27, at Crystal Lake. It was only the third win of the season for Burt. Fenlon downed Armstrong, 57-50, and Lakota zipped past Grant, 78-33, at Ledyard; and Cylinder edged past Havelock, 37-35, at Mallard in other openers. Play in the sectionals will conlinue during the week at till sites, with tion set for Thursday night and final and consolation games Saturday night. FARM FOR SALE 120 Acres To sellle the Robert Leason Estate. 120 acres located 3 miles south and Vt mile west of Burl, 5'-2 miles north of Algona on Hiway 169. Possession March 1, 1957. The 1956 lease to 'be turned over lo buyer. Contact ROBERT LEASON Agent for Leason heirs, 408 E. Call St., Algona, Iowa EAT MORE PORK PORK Is Your Best Buy" Featured This Week At All Meat Counters In Kossuth County MONTGOMERY WARD Watch for the Big Announcement Ads Giving all Details! COMPLETE CLOSING OUT FARM SALE! As I am unable lo gel a farm, I will sell out at Public Auction on farm located 11 miles east of Eslherville then 5 miles south and IVi easl, or 5 miles wesl on highway Co. B. of Ringsted, 2 north and '/4 easl on— MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6 Dilchworlh Lunch on Grounds. Sale slarls at 12:30 15 HEAD OF HOLSTEIN CATTLE 1— Holstein Cow lo freshen with 2nd calf middle of February: 1—Holslein Cow lo freshen wilh 2nd calf in March; 1—Holslem Heifer fresh wilh Isl calf last of December; 1—Holslem Cow to freshen wilh 2nd calf in March; 1—Holslem Heifer fresh wilh Isl calf, lo freshen again in March; 1-Holsiein Cow to fre.hen with 3rd calf last of February; 1—Holstein Cow lo freshen with 2nd calf by sale dale; 1—Holslein Cow lo freshen wilh 2nd calf in March; 1—Holstein Heifer fresh wilh Isl calf; 1—Holstein Cow to freshen with 2nd calf in March; 2—Heifers lo freshen last of March; 3 Heifers coming yearling, bangs vacc. — All Cows are T.B. and Bangs Tested' Free lo go into any stale. FARM MACHINERY 1949 Model 44 Massey Harris TRACTOR on new rubber with 2-row cultivator and heat houser; 1937 John.Deere B TRACTOR in qood condition: Minneapolis Moline 8 ft. COMBINE; John Deere 4-row corn planter wilh fertilizer all.: McCormick Deering endgate seeder weed sprayer wilh 24-ft. boom and 50 gallon galvanized barrel, McCormick Deering 1951 - 8 ft. windrower. New Method Mechanical manure loader, 403 Kewanee elevator 40 ft., Stan Hoist drive on hoisl, 4 section lever drag with Nobel evener, Massey Harris 7 ft. power mower, 21 ft. Roderick-Lean disk, John Deere hay loader, John Deere horse drawn manure spreader, McCormick Deering side rake, McCormick Deering 3-16" Chief bottom plow on rubber with slat mold board. Oliver 2-16" bottom Raydex plow on steel. Bear Cat 10 inch Hammer Mill, flat bed machine trailer, 5 Ion Mac. trailer on good rubber 7:50 lires, Omaha Standard near new wide wagon box, wooden flared wagon box with new floor and steel wheel running gear, near new Surge 2 unit mil^r wilh stall cocks for ten cows, Iowa electric separalor, near new electric fencer wilh 1 mile of wire and about 300 insulators, 16 ft. steel gale, hog troughs, panels, walerers, new Shaffer cob burner tank heater, good steel stock lank, chicken feeders and waterers. some shop tools and other items loo numerous to mention. POULTRY—150 White Rock Pullets, laying good. FEED — 150 Bales stray/ and 200 bales of 3rd cutting alfalfa; 100 or more of 2nd cutting alfalfa. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Chrome dinette set and four chairs with formica top like new, good Philgas combination stove, 9 cubic foot Weslinghouse refrigerator, living room suite, writing desk, new Duo-Therm oil healer with thermostat control and electric lighter, 2 beds with innerspring mattresses and springs, red oak dresser, buffet, steel cabinet, front room chairs, kitchen cabinet and other items. USUAL AUCTION TERMS Not responsible for accidents. Stuart M. Anderson, Owner Clark and Clark, Aucl. 1st Trust and Savings Bank. Armstrong, Clerk Sister Succumbs Father Rosmann and his sifter and brothei'. Olive and Frank of Algona. rerdved word las' week of the death of their sister, Mrs Carrie Heniu. 1 :. of Omaha. Neb. This i:- the second death in the Rosniann family within two months. Another sister. Mis' Mary Hodapp o! Harlan, lo\\a, j passed away on Nov. 19. j Self-employed farmers with an j iiu-oiiK- over $100 'A ill hnvi. I". file a vi'Kil .-erurity report. i because PRODUCE Algona

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