The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 7, 1956 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 7, 1956
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'1 9NU§«m (Id.) Upper Dei Motoa* 7, 19S6 Algbha Upper Des Molrles FARM SALE CALENDAR ' Farmers having sales can get • their dates, listed here by eon- taeUng thfe Uppef 'Des Moines, where farm sale advertising reaches-the largest circulation 01 ariy publication in Kossuth county. February 8 & 9—Corwin Peer, ' southeast of Algona. - complete closing out sile, including Ink machinery' arid herd of dair"> cattle with abptit 60 cows. Sale details« today. >. Yungeberg & Quinn, auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, Algona, clerk. ^February 10, Friday—Mrs Lau- retice ttutchins farm sale, 3 miles east of Algona on McGregor . St.: blacktop road. Sale includes machinery, household goods, etc. being sold due to death of Mr Hutchins. Full sale details, In Upper '. DCS Moines today. Dale Yungeberg,. auctioneer; Security State Bank, clerk. ; February ' 14, Tuesday—Robert Mullen sale, starting l pm, i east on highway 18 from Cylinder. Lloyd Berkland and Henry M/bore, auctioneers; Cylinder- State '.Bankri, clerk. Sale details today ih this paper. February Ify Wednesday—Geo. F.; Grimsehl complete closing put sale on the "farm located 4 miles east and 1 mile north'of Lu Verne with a'full line of farm machinery and miscellaneous items, plus 10. head of cattle. Herman Brummbnd is the auctioneer and the Farmers. State 'Bank, Lu- Verne, is clerk. Full details in an 4d; in to'day's'.UDM; • .'.•'••Febfi'lB, Thursday—Bert Geer- dei & Son, 3 W south and 1V& east of <Lako,ta.1.- Purebred' Spotted Upland? China br'edig'ilt sale. De- tallS today's: "UDM. .: '. February 1 . 20, Monday — Mrs Josephine ^oodwick,. sale 2 west and 2% south,Of Fenton, 1 p.m. Complete closing out of machin- e'ry, livestock, etc. Lloyd Berkland, auctioneers; Lone Rock Bank', clerk. Sale details next week in UDM.h V -, , Feb. 21, Tuesday—Ernest Vot-, 2iwest and 2% south Of Fenton. Berkland & Bortvit, auctioneers;'-First Trust & Savings, clerk". Sale, details in UDM later. ?*.-<•{• ' .'• •'.';• ••' ^February'23, Thursday — J.-G. Graham closing out sale, 3 miles north of Drive-In -theatre,- east of Algona on highway-18. Complete sale details in; UDM later. .Colwell Bros,,- auctioneers;. Titonka Sayings' Bank, qlerk'.'•' ; '.'•' Every farm; sale" ad: which originates witti The.cAlgona Upper i>es Moinii' cljWilS&Weather In- Surance. {f: \£eathisr. forces postponement of 'your sale, your ad ,gnd bills will be reprinted A Montgomery Ward Store Opens Friday Over 7 Tons Ham Sol In First' Mrs Ollie Johnson Mrs Joe Downey . Mrs • Ollie Johnson has been named manager of Montgomery Ward's new. Catalog Shopping Store which will open Friday, Feb. 10,'at 1.16 North.Dodge st. Mrs Joe Downey has' been appointed credit manager. Both local wornen have recently com- pletedi a training course at the Austin, Minn, offices of the company. The Catalog Shopping Store is designed to assist customers who wish to place orders, with the as- wslance of salespeople.*'' ' * The store -'offers ; displays of merchandise, including applian-: ces, hardware and fashions The Kpssuth County "EAT MORE PORK" campaign Is going over with a bang! • People aren't giving' up beef steak and'- hamburger — but they're sure going for pork. Evidence of that fact appeared as a result of a county-wide check made Monday to determine results 'of the first week's drive of the Eat More Pork campaign. First grade hams were featured at the counters of 28 ! Kossu'th County meat retailers last weekend. , According, to the Monday check, approximately 1,200 hams, averaging 10 to 12 Ibs. each, were sold Ift the county. One Algona meat retailer remarked: "I had no idea this thing would go over the way it did." Two local grocers found it necessary to. drive Correction In Sum . An error occurred in. last week's Upper Des Moines in connection with the story . on the. divorcing of the Extension Ser- vic^ office here/and-the Farm Bu-. reau. It was stated that the new" county levy .for the Extension Seivlce would yield an estimated $15,000-and that this was about the same as, the previous levy for the county Farm Bureau, one supplanting the other. Farm Bureau spokesmen'point out that the levy in previous years for the county Farm Bureau unit and earmarked for extension service work .was $5,000 and that the new arrangement as a result is a bigger county tax than formerly, for Extension Service Work. ; to Fort Dodge to get" riiofe hams to satisfy tffe demafJd. • . County Joe ' Skow, chairman • 'of the Kossuth" County Llvestbck Conf- mittee sponsoring the month-long February pork event, 'said the general response to .the first week's' offering of hams .was fa* mdft then anticipated,")' Ray .Hertzke, owner s>l Hert^e's -grocery in Lakdta • said; he sold all,'-,ttir hams he could get, and that 'demand for other pork products was excellent. Bob ',,Schw|af tz, edltoKjOf the, Swea' City 'Heral4 stated -that "ham response!'--,,w i as excellent in Swea' City, ' and it was reported that Ledyafd put in calls to " the* packers • for more hams before the weekend was >.-••' * Star Ballroom Dakota Cily, la. Saturday, Feb. 11 ANDY DOLLS Ridge Riders Tuesday, Feb. 14 Valentine Special Music by Eddy.Allen & Orch. Tree Red Roses to all the Ladies Many door prizes Free registrations for the prizes Dancing 8:30 to, 12:30 So Come Early • Early bird admission price before' 9 o'clock * ' Tor booth reservations phon& 464 Humboldt,, Iowa DIAMOND'S MEN'S ALL-NYLON' >' STRETCH SOCKS $1.00 Per Paii; Values '. 3 Prs. $2 MEN'S NEW SP'RING"' SPORT SHIRTS'* Values lo 54.00 $2,95 Two for 5.50 ZIPPO LIGHTERS t •: .Nationally Advertised ' at 3.50 FRUIT-pF-THE-LpO,M T-SHIRTS & SHORTS : 69c Ea. . Thrte 'for 2.00 MEN'S TW6-WAY REVERSIBLE JACKETS Values to $14.00 8.95 DIAMOND'S Dud to the death bf my husband, the* following described Itetns will fa*, sold Algona on fhe McGregor Street blaektdp starting'at ^ p.m. or) •«'.;. MACHINERY 1938 F-20 in A-l shape, 12-36 tires, chains 1_4 wheel rubber-tired heavy duty wagon with wood flare box 1 running gear with straight box 2 section rotary: MM hoe;-1 yr, old IHC mower with tractor,hitch, 5 ft. 300 gal. gas barrel, hose and stand 30 wt. oil and barrel / , 10 x 16 toolshed 60 Bu. Bonda oats 50 Bu. Hawkeye beans F-l#tractor wjth; cultivator, good tires ^ 1-lHC 2-14 plow f ! 1-IHC 1^ ft. disk, / 4 section drag and.evener * J' IHC corn planter, '2 ytearsojd ' » ''"'.' M* . • • • • IHC endgate seeder Pump jack and Vi Korse motor • Oil burning tank* Keater Weed sprayer mounted on F-20 1949— 2 door Ford . car, good tires and A-l shape. , v -* . Other articles t6o. numerous to mention, n HOUSEHOLD GOODS Coal Range, A.B.C. washing machine 3 yrs. old 2 portable tubs * Cabinet ^ 2 rockers Small tables 1 Maple, knee hole desk Story & Clark piano and bench Three dressers Library table . Pictures and Dishes Singer,-.treadle sewing machine Radios — miscellaneous items 8 ft. IHC refrigerator, ,3 yrs. old Studio couch '.'*>* Round oak table 12 straight chairs - v Good book case • . 2 upright desks , One davenport - ? Two full-beds ' • One single bed [ Number of rugs Chest of Drawers ' Electrolux Vacuum Cleaner, in A-l shape Small Electric heater i; TERMS: Cash, or see Your Banker 1 MRS. LAWRENCE HUTCHINS, Administratrix .,!•.••. v ..(.- . . - ; ..••''. t ".;•..•.. ••• '•„: '•••.. v Yungeberg} Auctioneer , .;!., -.-'.a..... .r.-ajfr ~\una ^ecjuirity v State y (jrahams perfectly lovely for a Valentine's Day gift Because when it comes to the best - looking cotton dresses no one can beat KAY WHITNEY! These frocks are made with such precision, and such fashion flare, that a lady can step out in one for lots and lots of occasions. 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