The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 7, 1956 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 7, 1956
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( >Q| ) MdlUM Tuesday, February 7, 1956 Burt Couple Has Narrow lit Midnight Fire Burl—Mr and Mrs Wm. Meyer had a narrow escape' from a ser- house full of fumes from the oil day night. Mrs Meyer awakened soon after midnight to find the house ful of fumes from the oil furnace. Mr Meyer entered tiie basement to find that due to a defect in the furnace, ,oil was running on the floor behind it and ,burning' rapidly.. The fact that the. partition wall was of brick, gave time enough for the firemen to put the blaze out with chemicals, with the damage confined, to smoke. arid soot. Mrs Meyer spent several days at the Bert Johnsons, until repairs were made on the furnace. Mr and Mrs Carol Reynolds and children of Des Moines spent the weekend with the former's parents, Mr and Mrs Carl Reynolds, and attended the bir.thday dinner honoring Mrs' Carl Reynolds. Mr arid Mrs Gary Reynolds and small daughter Carlya Dean of Minneapolis were also at the Reynolds home. Gary's parents took them back to Minneapolis and remained a few days. The Friendly Four Club will meet with Ella 'Sigsbee Wednesday, Feb. 8, instead of on Thursday the regular date. The Birthday Circle will meet with Louise Bleich Thursday afternoon, Feb. 9. There will be a Valentine exchange for Mystery Sisters. Jessie Rash will have the program. The Sewing, Circle will meet February 10 with Lois Trunk- hill, with two birthdays to be ob- den, to Lincoln where she will visit her father who is ill, Mr and Mrs Harm Groen were called to Swea City Saturday by the sudden death of the latter's brother, Fred Welp, who died in Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Wilbur Dpege took them to the Welp home. They attended the funeral there on Tuesday. Mrs Fred. Welp is a sister of Mr Groen, Mr and Mrs Leslie Sore'nson of Algona spent Sunday with the letter's parents, Mr and Mrs Herman Putz. Mr and Mrs Dwayne Johnson of Bode announce the arrival of a first daughter, Brenda Jean, born at St. Ann hospital in Algona, Jan. 24. The baby weighed T s /4 pounds, have two sons, The Johnsons Duayne, three served. Janet Ackerman, student at Union College in Lincoln, Neb., spent from Wednesday till Sunday with her parents, Mr and Mrs Earl Ackerman. She was accompanied by a friend Ida Gorden, of Springfield, Mo., also a student at Union. Gordon Carlisle of Lincoln, Neb. spent the weekend with his brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Earl Ackerman. Julia Weber, sister of -Mrs Wm. Madsen Jr., accompanied Mr Carlisle, years, and Stevie, 20 months. Mr and Mrs Henry Meier are the grandparents and Brenda is their 21st grandchild. The January Pack meeting for the Burt Cub Scouts was held at the school house Monday evening, Jan. 30th, with some 34 Cubs and parents in attendance. Skits were given. Ray Lichter _. ceived his Lion Badge and a golc arrow. Two new cubs are Rogei Bullock and Jimmie Baer. Den 1 served refreshments. Plans are underway for the annual Blue and Gold Banquet of he Cub Scouts to be held at the Legion Hall February 27. It is expected some 75 members and guests will attend. The Cubs are carrying out decorative ideas at the Den meetings this month. At- Mi of the southern states. They plan to spend some time in Florida. Mr and Mrs Melvin Abbas and children moved the fim of the week into the house vacated by e Clifford Abbas family. The elvin Abbas are from Algona. Roger Steward, student at Fay ette, ^pent the weekend with his parents, Mr and Mrs Walter Steward. The following young people ol the St. John's Lutheran Church attended the Youth Rally at West Bend Sunday Janice Bierstedt, Karen Lavrenz, Shirley Peter and Judy Weiske. Rev. and Mrs E. L. Wittkopp also attended. Barbara Fairbanks, a student nurse at the Methodist hospital uuiac ai me incuiuuiab nuapii/ciij Des Moines, spent the weekend with her Fairbanks. parents, the Luther tending- the Pack committee meeting recently at Cubmaster Dale Lockwoods home were George Becker, Robert Hamilton, Ernest Lavrenz, John Miller and Don Patterson. The Den Mothers, Mrs Roland Lavrenz and Mrs M. I. Lichter were also present. Mr and Mrs William Schneider and family of Clear Lake- were recent Sunday visitors at the Wm. Meyer home. Mrs Schneider is a sister of Mr Meyer. Dr. and Mrs J. G. Clapsaddle Shower Honors Recent Bride In Seneca Gym Seneca— Mrs Gayle Peterson nes Mary Lou Simpson, was thp guest of honor at a post-nuptia miscellaneous shower at th Seneca School gymnasium. Mrs Roger Osborn announcec the program which consisted o Saw selections by Mrs Ted Jen sen with Mrs Clarence Osborn an accompanist; reading, Mrs Henry Looft; and vocal selections by Marian Beaver with Mrs Clai;- ence Osborn as accompanist. The bride then opened her gifts. She was assisted by her sister, Mrs Virgil Preston, also Mary Elizabeth Kennedy, Mrs Genese Hampton and Mrs Roger Osburn. Hostesses included Mrs Elsie Rohlin, Mrs Mabel Anderson, Mrs Anna Klockp and Margaret; Mrs Elmer Hanisch and Carol, Mrs Francis Sullivan, Mrs Etta semester vacation at the home of their parents, the Clafence OS borns and the Russell Kauffmans. Mrs Glen Cage was hostess to the Seneca Thursday Club at hef home Thursday afternoon, Mrs Elmer Hanisch had charge of the club as a new member. . . Mr and Mrs Sig Loge attended the 35th weddlrig •anniversary observance of Mr ..and. Mrs George Beenkeh at Elmore, Minn. Sunday afternoon, • - » -- - -- —- — , .»-*i uiiu J...14..J u, >_j, x^ja^joauwm Janet Ackerman and Ida Gor-ieft Saturday for a trip thru some Thompson, Mrs Florence Guerdet and Wuanita, Mrs Ed Kennedy and Mary Elizabeth, Mrs Genese Hampton, Mrs Russell Kauffman and LaVelle, Mrs Maynard rlurlburt and Carol, Miss Margery Thompson, Mrs Clarence Os- 5orn, Mrs Roger Osborn, Mrs Mike Kennedy, Mrs Floyd Brekke, Mrs Donald Kennedy, Mrs Virgil Preston, Mrs Robert Bin?en and Eileen, and Mrs Gene Tague. Mr and Mrs Roger Osborn, students at Simpspn College, Jndianola, spent the between 4-H Jr. Leaders To Meet M? 15 Kossuth County newly organized 4-H Junior Loaders will meet Wednesday Evening, Feb. 15 in Algona, . Program feature will ng, preparing and giving aa effective demonstration. Recreation training will be offered in sbcializers, small group gatries,* folk and square dancing. /The girls' and boy's' county 4-H of- jcers will be in charge of the program and training assisted by the county extension personnel. Objectives of the Junior Leader program is to improve the quality and quantity of 4*H work in the county by cooperating closely with local leaders, assisting younger club members and helping with county activities and events. Members must be fifteen years of age Jan. 1, completed three years of club Work. Clubs are limited to two or three members. RUSCO WINDOWS . .3ALVANIZED STEEL SELF- STORING COMBINATION gives you more convenience and com- orl than any oiher combination window I 1USCO DOOR HOODS AND WINDOW CANOPIES add greal- y lo Ihe beauty of your home I Charles Miller RUSCO SALES Phone 741-W after 6 p.m. Display at 116 So. Dodge, Algona Y//S/////S////S///////////////S//////////S/////S///SM avorite Investment! 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Cadillac's gasoline mileage is simplv phenomenal lor a car ol its si/c and stature . . . and its dependability is truly extraordinary, And finally, there is the economv that comes Imm Cadillac's great >'„/„,: In resale markets all "cross I ,c and, the Cadillac car traditionally returns a higher percentage of its original cost'than any other automobile built in America. And consider what generous i/,V,/i-/n/r Cadillac owners receive I mm their investments. . .Cadillac's superlative beaut v and luxury . . , Cadillacs magnificent performance and comfort ... and Cadillac's wonderful reputation among the world s motorists. \\'e suggest that you pay us a visit soon and investigate the latest and finest Cadillac invest- inent oi (hem all. We have the car . . . and the keys . . . and the lacls-and we'll be happy to give you all three at any tune. Why not make it today? ERNIE WILLIAMS PONTIAC-CADILLAC State St. Phone 1358 Algona, Iowa RM MOTION Having decided »d quit farming, I will sell fhe following cattle to the highest bidder, without reservation/ at a public auction to be held on the farm located as follows: 1 mile south, 1 mile east and 1 mile south of the Algona Star life Theatre on highway 13; br 3 miles east of Algona on McGregor street road and 1 mile South; or 5 miles west of St. Benedict and 1. mile riorth on .... ~ Sale to Start 12:30 p.m. and will be held indoors. Lunch Wagon on Grounds. Bull's Dam's Production Record 3-yr.-old 4-yr.-old LBS. MILK TEST LBS. FAT 283 days | 14,466 | 3.7 | 535 S-yr.-old | _365_days_ 343 days 14.466 ~17,454" "~13,~437~ 7-yr.-old 365 days 16.487 ___ _3.6_|_627_ 3.5 | 583 The dam of this bull was Sth at the Wisconsin State -^, .„-,, , ,.-,,,.««£•—• - ——• -^H*HBIPW•* ••>••"•••Fair and 6th .at the Waterloo Dairy Cattle Congress. '^f T^V^lfpf She is classified as very good. SECOND BULL—a young bull and the son of the cow listed as Sally (No: 22). She is the oldest cow in the herd. He has two full sisters in production which are Clementine (No. 6) and Beauty (No- 2). This bull is just two years old and has outstanding production behind him. I PRODUCTION REC2Q RDS *OF *,2 3 Barn Name 1. Ann 2. Beauty '3. Bess 4. Betly . 5. Patly 6. Clementine 7. Spot ... .. .. 8. Shirley 9. Jerry ... 10. Opal 11. Pox 12. Whitey 13. Panzy 14. Sophie 15. Mary . . 16. Mert .. 17. Opal II 18 Jane 19, Snowball ._ 20. Darky 21. Pet ... 22. Sally 23. Shorty . . ... Age | 9 : 4 • -I 5 ! 4 1 11 ! 8 1 6 -1 .6 | ! 6 | ! 12 | ! 5 1 5 | ! 5 | i 6 I 1 8 | 4 | ' 5 I I 7 ' I 6 | ! 2 ! 1 • 5 ! 1 14 i i 4 | Freshing Date 11-10-55 9-14-55 11- 9-55 9- 7-55 10- 7-55 11-23-55 10-19-55 9-15-55 11- 8-55 10-16-55 10-13-58 11- 1-55 Last Monthly Sex of Calf Test Production Butierfat 1 Bull ! 3.6 ! 73 Ibs. fat | Bull | 3.8 . . | Heifer 1 ' 4.0 73. Ibs. fat 77 Ibs. fat | Bull I 3.4 I 56 Ibs. fat 1 Heifer I 3.3 . Heifer 1 4.2 | Heifer I 3.2 | Heifer 1 3.7 | Heifer i 3.8 | Heifer 1 3.3 I . Heifer 1 4.4 i Heifer 1 3.6 11- 8-55 | Bull | 3.9 9-12-55 10-10-55 10-20-55 9-11-55 4 1 n EC 9- 5-55 9-10-55 10- 1-55 5-10-55 10- 3-55 Bull Heifer Bull BUII r rleiter Bull Heifer Bull Heifer Bull 3.4 3.0 3.6 4.3 ! .0 3.6 4.6 3.8 3.6 55 Ibs. fat 54 Ibs. fat 52 Ibs. fat 52 Ibs. fat 53 Ibs. fat 49 Ibs. fat 47 Ibs. fat 44 Ibs. fat 43 Ibs. fat 45 Ibs. fat 34 Ibs. fat- 48 Ibt. fat 46 Ibs. fat 41 Ibs. fat. 48 Ibs. fat 40 Ibs. fat 43 Ibs. fat 44 Ibs. fat 3.7 i 32 Ibs. fat 15 DRY COWS TO BE FRESH BY SALE DATE ' "" MILKING EQUIPMENT • 4-unit Surge Milker • 60-gal. Monarch Water Heater • Stainless Steel Strainers and Pails & Rill I f Al VF^ ~ 2 - y8t>r -° ld Heifers - n of these •«•"«« «r« d« to start freshening Ot DULL IMLVEX Feb. 6th. They are bred to q young bu|l which is out of one of the outstanding family of cows, now in production on th e form. 3 - 2-year-pld Heifers - Due to freshen in April Thev are also bred to the young bull. 14-Yearling Heifers. 25-Heifers and Bull Calves. ' P X Auctioneers' Note About Cattle-This is one of the best hercU pf Holstein cattle ever to be sold in North Central IowaTERMS: Cash. No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents. « Corwin Peer & Geo, Godfrey Est. Chas. Quinn, Bancroft, and Dale Yungeberg, Algona, Auctioneer}. Iowa State Bank, Algpna, Clerk. '****»

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