The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1956 · Page 17
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 17

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 14, 1956
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MRS. ARDETH HALVERSON News Editor * February 14,1956 Published By The Upper Dot Molfttft Publishing Co., Algeria, Iowa Fenton News Mr and Mrs John Munch and Jackie entertkined Mr and Mrs Everett Dreyer and Roger and Mrs Minnie Dreyer at dinner at the Johnson House at Algona on Sunday. Clarence Jr. Biorsiedt left Saturday evening from Whittemore by train, to Chicago where he will attend the Machine School. Victor Adding CARD or THANKS •• For the many expressions of sympathy and acts of kindness shown us during our recent bereavement, we expend our most sincere gratitude and appreciation. Mrs Earl Dean and family • • . .:.- .. „• v HYrLlKlE' FLOCKv OTHER FLOCK this Simple Jerf Can tour Future EGG PROFITS! / • ,, .-'V -»••• ••• >#' •"• _ • Thousands of poultry raisers increased their egg profits by making a simple Divided Flock Test. They tested Hy-Line layers against the kind they've been raising—and found Hy-Lines gave their egg income a big boost. ' i You can reap the same benefit through this simple test. Raise your usual kind of chicks and Hy-Lines together. House them in the same house with the two kinds 1 separated by an inexpensive wire partition. Jot down your daily egg production. Whenever you cull or lose a layer, make a note of it. After a full laying year, these ^ records will open your eyes. Find out which chicken is best for you. Run a Divided Flock Test this year and increase your future egg profit We Con Make An Attractive Arrangement With YouJ for Details On This Attractive Test Offer See/ CALVIN VAUDT, Fenton LYNDON KERBER, Cylinder FRANK SEELY, Ringsted- WALTER VAUDT, Whittemore WHITTEMORE HATCHERY, Whittemore Fehfon Elevator Dividend Mr and Mrs Lester Osborn and family .were Wednesday evening dinner guests at the Cecil Baldwin home. Jerry Crouch, student at Iowa State College, spent Hie weekend at the parental Earl Crouch home. Mr and Mrs Harold Gronhovd and daughters spent Sunday at the home of,.the latter's parents, the Henry Sundes at Scarville. Harold Gronhovd, and Dick Pannell drove to Grafton Saturday afternoon to see Grufton high school compete in their section- Hi tournament that evening. Grafton won the tournament, defeating their opponents, Floyd, 55-21. Gordon Christiansen, former Senecs supt. of schools, is supt. at Grafton this year. Mr 'and Mrs Gerritt DeWaard of Titonkn were Friday evening callers at the Henry Looft home and helped David observe his birthday anniversary. Mr and Mrs Clifford Pringle are the parents 6f a baby daughter born Saturday at the Holy Family hospital at Efctliervijlle. The Pringles now have a family of three daughters and two sons, Marian Beaver of the Seneca School took part in the First Annual Northwest Iowa Band conference which was held in Alee gymnasium in.Sioux City Saturday evening, Feb. 11. Mi' anti Mrs Eldon Brown were Sunday evening dinner hosts to the following guests: Mr and Mrs Harry Niemann, Myrna and Joyce and Mr and Mrs John Sturm, John Jr., Judy and Joe of Armstrong and Berdian Scnnc of Welcome, Minn. A Seneca School Band Concert was presented at the school gymnasium 'Wednesday evening, Fred Mortensen, above, manager' of Ihe Fenton Cooperative Elevator Co. is pictured receiving a check for $1746.80 from Carl Laird of the Farmers Elevator Service Co. The check is a dividend for one-half of the year 1951, to elevators handling Felco feeds and other 1 farm supplies. The checks were distributed at' a convention in Des Moines, Jan. 23, 24 and 25. Farewell For Seneca Woman Moving Away Seneca— The Blakjer Congregation and Luther League held a joint farewell party Sunday evening for Miss Tilda Johannesen who moved this past week to her new home in Fairmont, Minn. The Luther League, for which Tilda has been advisor for the past few.years, had charge of the program. The topic was presented by Marlene Jensen and was followed by a short question-and answer peHod;^ ^- •>,.>,...w™^~ Marilyn Johannesen presented an accordion solo; Barbara Halverson gave a reading^ a saxa- phone duet was presented by Ronald Johannesen and David Looft; and Donald Cherland and Janet Geilenfeld gave readings. The Rev. Harlan Blockhus then led a discussion on the league topic after which he directed A few remarks to the honored guest. •> Ted Jensen then presented Miss Joljannesen with' a table lamp, a gift from the Blakjer Congregation. Refreshments were served by the ladies of the congregation. Mr and Mrs John Johannesen spent Sunday afternoon at the Holy Family hospital at Esther-' ville where they made the ac-, quaintance of a new granddaughter, Julie Sue, born to Mr and Mrs Morris Johannesen of Swea City on Thursday. Julie Sue has a sister Ginger. Marilyn Johannesen of Fairmont accompanied hefjp parents so that she too might visit her new niece. CLOSING OUT SALE! As I am quitting farming I will sell at public auction, on my farm located 2 miles West and 2'/4 miles South of Fenion or 7 miles Norlh and 2 miles West and % mile Nor th of Whillemore or 4 miles East and 1 A mile South of Depew on SALE STATTS AT 12:00 O'CLOCK SHARP. ZUMACH'S LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS. 400 - Bales-lst & 2nd Cutting Alfalfa Hay In Barn -' 400 I MACHINERY 1950 6 Cylinder 44 Massey-Harris Tractor with 2 row Culli valor; 1938 W. C. Allis Chalmer Tractor with 2 row cult.; 1948 Gehl Forage Harvester wilh Waukesha Motor and 2 sets of Knives; 1948 Gehl Blower wilh 50 ft. outside pipe and 33 ft. inside Conveyors; 1953 Pick Forage Box (size 1 4' x 7' x 4) with P.T.O. and mounled on a new McCormick Peering Rubber Tired Trailer; 1954 McCormick Deering four row Corn Planter — Disc openers and fertilizer attachments and 120 rods of wire; McCormick Deering 10 ft. P.T.O. Grain Binder; 1954 McCormick Deering 2-16 in. Plow Chief, slats on rubber; Minneapolis Moline 3-14 in. Plow on new rubber; Two sets of Shares (three years old). 1951 Case A Six Combine—Spike Tooth, scour cleaner and P.T.O.; 1954 New Idea Side Delivery Rake; 2 New Idea-Horn Stalk Cullers; Oliver Iwo row Pull Type Com Picker with Minneapolis Blower; 1953 Noble Harrow (25 fooi); John Deere Disc (15 foot); John Deere six foot horse pull Mower; John Deere Roller (IS foot); John Deere Hay Loader; John Deere Seeder; John Deere Elevator—38 feel with 12' Spouts—new chains and flights; Three Horse Motor mount-, ed on auto Transmission and heavy duty cord suitable lo drive Elevator; Oliver four wheel Spreader; Gehl Hammer Mill (10 inch); Low Slung Bale Wagon; Flat Baling Rack; Steel Wheel Wagon wilh Hay Rack; Case Trailer wilh Wood Flare Box; King and Hamilton Drive on Wagon Hoist; 2B Special Clipper Fanning Mill complete with 10 sieves; Humboldl Mechanical Manure Loader for Allis Ch aimers Tractor; Kuvor 12 fi. Spring Tooth: Humboldl Snow Scoop; Three sets of Wheel weights; McCormick Deering Trailer wilh Horn Steel Box; 25 fool Harrow; Tractor Chains, 38 x IZi Wood Wheel Wagon and Box. MISCELLANEOUS Massey Harris Heat Houser; Wheel Barrow; 75' and 50' Hammer Mill Bells; Emery Stand and Bench; Small Air Com- uressor (no motor); Gas Tank Healer; Post Drill; 12' x 14' Tarp; Dehorning Clipper; 21/3 H.P. Electric Motors; 2 Loq Chains, 14' and 16'; 300 gallon Gas Tank with Sland; Post Driver, Wrenches, Grease Gun, Saws; 2 Unil Surge Milking Machine (less motor) wilh pipeline for 20 cows; Delavel Cream Separator; Johnson Lawn Mower; Half Inch Electric Drill and case of 30 Hi Speed Bits; 2 Jamesway Oil Brooder Stoves, complete; Pride of Farm Combination Callle and Hog Waterer; Pair of High Speed Cultivator Shields; 2 Hog Feeders (Pride of Farm & Pax); Approximately 100' of Garden Hose; Cattle Loading Chute; 15 ft. x 7 it. Mobile House Trailer, equipped wilh four burner gas plale, apartment size refrigerator, cupboards and sinks. BUILDINGS 12'xl6' Brooder House (wood shingles). 10'xl4' Broo'der House (ruberoid shing). 12'xl6' Hog House (wood shingles). 'l2'x20' Hog House (wood shingles). •i 1.0' Walk in Hog Feeder. HOUSEHOLD GOODS L. & H. Gas Stove. • White Enamel Monarch Range (Wood and coal). Sunbeam Kerosene Hot Water Heater. Dining Room Set in dark wood table, buffet, and six chairs. Davenport and Chair Set in Wine Mohair. Lard Press and one Butcher Saw. 24 SPOTTED POLAND CHINA GILTS 600 WHITE LEGHORN PULLETS USUAL AUCTION TERMS: Nothing lo be removed until settled for or arrangements made with clerk. Not Responsible In Case of Accidents. ERNEST VOTTELER owner Ll 9 yd Berkland and Normari Bortvit, Auctioneer*. First Trust arjd Savings Bank, Fenton, Clerk. DON'S SERVICE FENTON Feb. 8, with Marlyn Bnusman as director. 'Mrs Cecil Anderson was hostess to the Modern Mixers Club at the home ol Mrs Melvin Madsen Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Madsen had charge of the entertainment. The Department of Interior was created in 1849 as the Home Department. Pork Special Thursday — Friday — Saturday KOJSUTH COUNTY ADVERTISING In tne Algonl Upper Des Moines reaches morfl families in Kossuth county than any other publication Don't Get Caught Ml& Squeeze! EAT MORE PORK Center Cut PORK CHOPS Lb. 47c End Cut PORK CHOPS Lb. 29c Dick's Meats & Groceries Bailey's Store Jorgenson Lockers Priebe's Store FENTON Let's Arrange A 9ervice Date This Week In not too many days you'll have Work to get underway and your farm equipment may not perform properly. What a predicament! It means losses in time ... in money. Don't get caught in this squeeze, let's arrange a date this week to give your John Deere Equipment a thorough checkover. Our skilled mechanics will do only the necessary -work; they'll do it quickly and at the lowest possible cost. Avoid the last-minute tush; let's make a date this week. WEISBROD IMPLEMENT Fenion, Iowa :IHt|gdri)ilAlllfSERVICE and Genuine JOHNOEEHE PARIS COMPLETE CLOSING OUT As I have been unable lo rent a'farm for Ihe coming year I will sell atPublic Auciion all of my personal properly at the farm located 2 miles south and 1 mile west and !/2 mile south of Fenion on UAMY 2O SALE STARTS AT 1:00 P.M. LIVESTOCK 8 1 Cow to freshen in,March 2 Cows 4 yearling Holsfein Heifers 1 White Face Heifer ACH RY 1937 John Deere "A" Tractor John Deere "B" Tractor with cultivator and lift John Deere 15 foot Disc John Deere 2-16 Inch Plow John Deere 4 row planter with fertilizer attachments 1949 New Idea 2 row corn picker New Idea 38 foot elevator Case 7 foot Tractor Mower 1952 4 section drag with folding evener 3 rubber tired four wheel trailers 2 flare boxes 1 flat bed 1 overhead wagon hoist 1947 Allis Chalmers Combine with scour kleen and windrow spreader 1952 New Idea Tractor Spreader I S C E L L OUS Surge Milker - 2 units complete, new style buckets Iowa Cream Seperator (Used 1 Year) Bowl for DeLaval Dairy Maid Water Heater Electric - 10 gal. capacity Jari fence line mower Power Lawn Mower Tank Heater Slat Cribbing 11-38 Tractor Chains Tractor Umbrella TOOLS Vi" Electric Drill Vise, blow torch Grinder with 2 stones 2 electric motors Socket wrench set Fencing tools, Auger, spades, shovels, stretchers, pinchers. Forks, Scoops, shovels Log Chains John Deere tractor operated tire pump Electric Fence posts Shox stock electric fencer Hand Sprayer Gqrden tools Poultry Equipment — Steel nests, feeders, waterers 500 chick size electric brooder Hog waterer 300 gallon gas tank on stand complete with nozzle, hose 3—50 gallon barrels Feed Bunk Heat Houser for "A" or "B" Tractor Hog Pans (cement) Small WoodyWater Tank Garden Fence Paddle Pump HOUSEHOLD GOODS Studio Couch Platform rocker and end tables Rocker and 1 chair 2 Kitchen cupboards Bed and Mattress Dresser 2 Table Lamps — Electric Toaster 2 Alladin Lamps 1 — 1 gallon milk pasteurizer (like new) Fluorescent light fixture Electric Roaster Montgomery Ward (very good condition) 12' x 12' all wool rug and pad Electric Waffle Iron - Electric Corn Popper Electric Fan — Clock Small R.C.A. Radio — Wooden picnic table 550 BALES RED CLOVER HAY-NO RAIN 550 10' x 12' PORTABLE BROODER HOUSE USUAL AUCTION TERMS NO PROPERTY TO BE REMOVED NOT RESPONSIBLE I UNTIL SETTLED FOR OR ARRANGMENTS MADE WITH CLERK N CASE OF ACCIDENTS Mrs. JOSEPHINE WOODWICK Lloyd Berkland, Auctioneer The Lone Rock Bank, Clerk

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