AROUND ALGONA' ' t ( ftex tftylor is entertaining her sewing club this afternoon Mrs Marihr°Sh erm a n 8pen t last week at Mason City as a guest of Mr and Mrs Thorn Sherman. —"— \ ' , n J **"* M " Don Sh e'man arid «i I nT S gu nt Sunriay at Brit t with Mrs Sherman's parents, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Boughten. Mr and Mrs Rex Voyles en- tertamed their couple card club at their home .on Wednesday evening, W. H. Bailleit will bd guest speaker at a Father and Son Banquet at Hurt Wednesday evening. —o— Mrs Rex Voyles was hostess to her sewing club Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Glenn Jones was assisting hostess. —o— Mr and Mrs Russell Rentz a'nd Mr and Mrs Russell Thompson, the later couple of .Hurt, spent Sunday in Des Moines. —o— Don Deal and Duane Jensen are vacationing in Florida. Plans were to go to Cuba by air for a visit of several days. —o— Mrs Harry Greenberg was hostess to her bridge club on Monday afternoon. Mrs Jack Chris- chilles was a guest. Mrs Dick Post was hostess to her bridge club on Thursday evening. Mrs Tom McGra'w was a guest and prizes were received by Mrs Charles Simmons and Mrs Mitch Taylor. •—o— A large group of married couples of the Methodist Church met for square dancing Saturday evening. Bud Andorson is instructor. The committee in charge consisted of Mr and Mrs Dean Taylor, Mr and Mrs Ed Mino and Mr and Mrs George Balluff. Mrs Millbn W.ill returfted Thursday from a several week's trip to Florida with her sister, Mrs Dutch Winneger of Cedar Rapids. Judy Bickert, daughter of Mr and Mrs Bob Bickert is recovering nicely from a tohsillectomy performed last week at Lincoln, Neb. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pratt are leaving today for a trip to Florida. Mrs Pratt's parents, Mr and Mrs Frank McGahey of Victor, are accompanying them. Parents of the pupils in Mrs Isabel Dahl's first grade at the grade school building are having a meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30 in the school room. —o— Mrs Leonard Meissner entertained her bridge club on Wednesday evening. Mrs Craig Smith was a guest.. Prizes were received by Mrs Leo Cassell and Mrs M ,H, Honsbruch. Mr and Mrs Don Kajewski were given a surprise house warming Saturday evening at their new rural home. Cards were the entertainment and the Kajewskis were presented with a gift. Participating were Messers and Mesdames E. E. Robinson, Bob Winters, John Kajewski, Jerry Wiener,, Bob Lewis, Harlan Sigsbee, Bob Knudseh, Merle Webster, and John Von Bank. —0— Mr and Mrs Bob Selzer of Ames become the parents of twins Friday morning.- The boy died at birth and the-surviving girl is doing nicely. Local grandparents are Mr and Mrs Matt Selzer and the younger Mrs Selzer is the former Gladys Wallburg. They have another daughter, Sharon, 5. Mrs Milton Will, sister of Mrs Selzer, plaps to go to Ames this weekend to assist in Mrs Selzer's corivalescense. Bel Canto music club will meet for dessert luncheon Wednesday at the home of Mrs A: E. Kresensky. The program is The New York Musical World and is irt charge of Mrs Julian Chris- chilles, Mrs W. W. Sullivan and Mrs Eugene Murtagh. Alpha Psi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Monday evening at the home of Mrs Phil Dia- mohd<: The business meeting was followed by programs given by Mrs John Lavigne and Mrs Harley Haas. The chapter is serving lunch at the Corwin Peer farm sale on Wednesday and Thursday. •—n— Mr and Mrs Charles LaBarre, Dr. and Mrs A. W. Amunson and Mr and Mrs Don Nelson entertained at their second buffett dinner Saturday evening at the LaBarre home. The party had an Italian theme 'and entertainment was furnished by the Driftin River Boys, Perry St. John and Larry Kuecke. The June Circle, young mother's group of the Methodist church, will meet Thursday evening at the home of Mrs George Balluff. Assisting hostesses are Mrs Darrell McNerney, Mrs Geo. Harris and Mrs Roger Palmer. The program is ,in charge of Mrs Don Potter. —o— Mr and Mrs Dick Phillips were visited over the weekend by Almira Turner of Corning and Frank Turner of Rio De Janerio, Brazil, sister and brother of Mrs Phillips. Mr Turner is dispatcher for the Braniff air lines in Brazil and has been spending his vacation with relatives at Corning. —o— Plum Creek Homemakers met recently at the home of Mrs Stanley Gardner. Mrs Clifton Benschoter, Mrs Walter Mescher and Mrs Willis Etherington were assisting hostesses. The Extension lesson on One Dish Meals was given by Mrs Wayne Keith and Mrs Fern Drone. The next meeting will be held 'Feb. 22 at the community room. Kenneth Hafgreaves of Omaha spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr and Mrs Harry Har> greaves. Mrs- Hflrgreaves re* turned with him as far as Coun* cil Bluffs where she .Will visit until Thursday in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Df. and Mrs Emmet Mathiasen. . Bancroft Woman Hurts Hip Again In Fall Thursday Bancroft — Mrs Anna Thilges fell Thursday afternoon injuring her hip and is at home with her sister, Mrs Mary Schlltz. She is under Dr. Egan's care. He was unable to take x-rays at this time. to see if any bones were broken; Mrs Thilges fractured the same hip two years ago \artd spent several months in Iowa City. She makes her home With her sister here. Has Heart Attack Hugh Walsh .entered, Holy Family hospital in Estherville Thursday after suffering a heart attack. Garry's ambulance • took him to Estherville. Mr and Mrs R. E. Weber are on a month's vacation in the' south. Mrs Perry Torine is caring for the Weber children. Mrs Mary Schumaker R; N. employed at the Veterans hospital in Des Moines, is spending a few days at the Engesser and McGuire home. Mr and Mrs A. W- Kennedy left this week for Texis where they will visit their daughter Mrs Kalhause and family and to spend the remainder of the win- Mr and Mrs Cletus Dorr, Kenny McGuire, and Thursday evening guests at the Richard Menke home besides those mentioned above were Mr and Mrs Roy McGuire, Mr and Mrs Clarence McGuire and Pat, and Arliss Dorr. Mrs Clayde Graninger is a cousin of the McGuires. Bancroft Co-Op Elects Bancroft—Frank Droessler and Henry Rustemier were reelectcd directors at the annual Bancroft Co-Op Creamery meeting held Saturday afternoon at the region Club Room. SWEA CITY Mr and Mrs Richard Hesvik and Barney Hesvik returned Sa^- urday night from a tvyo week's trip to California, during which they visited Barney Hesvik's daughter Martha. Mr and Mrs Lynn Pulver cared for the Richard Hesvik children and looked after the farm chores during the owners' absence. Mrs Vern Johnson of Rwea tonwship entertained the mem- Tuesday, February 7, 1956 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines—3 bers of her neighborhood .birthday club Wednesday. Mrs Forrest Erickson, who observed her birthday anniversary in January, was the honoree. Mr and Mrs Richard Stevens and baby spent the weekend at Clarion visiting Mrs Stevens' parents, Mr and Mrs Wallace Dawson. Swine Raisers Meet Swine quality improvement and boar testing will be the topic of a meeting planned for Thursday afternoon, Feb. 9, according to Dean L. Barnes, county extension director, Algona. The meeting will be held in the V.F.W. building, Algona, beginning at 1:30 p.m. with Dr. Ralph Dur- hfim, animal breeding specialist from Ames, as the feature speaker. NEED PRINTING? GOOD work at fair prices at the Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. Mr and Mrs Clyde Graninger, Minot, North Dakota and Mr and Mrs Leonard Graninger, Portal, No. Dakota, were supper guests Thursday at the Lawrence Bergman home. Other guests were COMPLETE CLOSING OUT AUCTION SALE Because I have quit farming and am now renting my land, I will sell the following described property at my farm located 1 mile south and Vi mile east of Hanna; or 4 miles east and 1 mile north of LuVerne; or 4Vz miles South and 2Vi miles west of Corwith, oh Wednesday, Feb. 15 Sale to start at 1:00 p.m. Machinery & Miscellaneous H Farmall tractor in good shape with good rubber. Comfort Heat Houser for H Farmall. Regular Farmall tractor, good, with good rbr. 2ME McDeering cornpicker, picked less than 100 acres' just like new. 10 ft. dump rake. McDeering springtooth harrow. 8 ft. binder converted into windrower. 6 ft. McDeering mower. 16 ft. J.D. disk with gang lifts. J. D. side delivery rake. Lindsey 20 ft. drag with folding draw bar. J.D. 999 corn planter with fertilizer and bean attachments. J.D. manure spreader. McDeering endgate seeder with grass seed attachment. Rubber-tired trailer with flat rack. 3 in. wood wheel wagon with straight box. Grapple fork. 2—6:70x15 tires and other size tires, 1,000 bu. Butler steel grain bin. Wagon hoist wide overhead. No. 4 McDeering cream separator with motor. 3 h.p. electric motor, mounted on speed jack, good. McDeering 14 in. Little Genius stubble plow with slat bottoms & 2 moldboards to fit. Set of tractor chains to fit H and Regular Farmalls. Wheel weights for H Farmall. Humboldt stalk cutter. Windrower to fit on 6 ft. mower bar. 1-row horse drawn cultivator. Pride-of-the-Farm hog feeder. 2x5 water tank. Different size gas barrels. Grind stone. Electric grinder. 500-chick size electric brooder. Owens fanning mill with sieves. Block and tackle. Gas visible pump with underground tank. Pair hay slings. Deep well jet pump. 238 cultivator for H Farmall. 221 cultivator for Regular Farmall. Farmers Friend manure loader to fit Reg. or F20 Farmall. • Hog feeding bunk. 2—electric fencers and 80 rods of aluminum wires and 40 elec. posts. Grease guns. Log chains. Hog troughs. Also spades, shovels, forks and other items too numerous to mention. 10 Head of Livestock 10 1-Black Angus steer, wt. about 950 Ibs. 1-Hereford steer, wt. about 700 Ibs. 1-Black Angus steer, wt. about 700 Ibs. 1-Black Angus cow, wt. about 800 Ibs. 5-Black Angus heifers, wt. from 650-850 Ibs. 1— Roan heifer, wt. qbput 650 Ibs. TERMS: Cash, or make arrangements with your banker before sale date. No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible in case of accidents. Geoige F. Grimsehl Herman Brummond, Auctioneer. Farmeri State Bank, lgV«rne, Clerk. PENNEY'S score «JiilJ!l!!Ll fc «s« STORE HOURS 9:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Friday Night till 9:00 p.m. Score a It" with VALENTINE VALUES! "WIN A HEART" WITH A GIFT FROM PENNEY'S! Score fftese VALENTINE VALUES!« MEN'S AND BOYS' WINTER CAPS £? MEN'S & BOYS' JACKETS Large .. Selection • Sizes & Colors 1 00 and TODDLER SNOWSUITS Assorted Sizes & Colors 5 00 Large Size FOAM PILLOWS 2 ^ 6°° LADIES' NYLON HOSE SPECIAL ! LADIES' PURSES aget 98 C New Spring Selection i 77 IV* Large Selection MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS 50 White & Colors Give HER Candy CHOC. CHERRIES 9 1 f j Boxes • DRESSY BLOUSES 1 Selection °_- Cotlon Rayon T n a Da cron 00 and Sizes 32-40 2.98 Give HER Candy PEANUT BRITTLE 3 ,* 1 Boxes • A 00 Men's White COTTON HANKIES Large Size LADIES 7 SLIPS Lace Lovely Nylon Dacron Sizes 32-44 3.98 Large Selection MEN'S TIES 98 1 49 RAYON NYLON BLEND BLANKETS 4 98 WONDERFUL SELECTION LADIES' HANKIES Decorator colors Sue: 70 x 90" 39 WIN A HEART WITH A GIFT FROM PENNEY'S ! ! !
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