The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1956 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 21, 1956
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Sacred Heart Guild Meets At Livermore Livermore—The February committee of Sacred Heart Guild Were hostesses to the Guild members Tuesday afternoon in the parish hall. The business meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs Francis Murphy. Following the meeting 500 was played. High prize went to Mrs Richard McKenna and consolation to Mrs McKenna's mother, who is here visiting her from Pine River, Minn. Refreshments were served by the committee with Mrs Peter Malkmus, chairman, assisted by Mrs Mike Kisch, Mrs Earl Anliker, Mrs Clifford Baker, Anna Hanifon, Kate McKenna, Lena Altman and Mrs John Renquist. One Club Hosts Another Members of the Equality Club entertained the members of the 20th Century club at the Presbyterian church social rooms Thursday afternoon. Mrs Viola Thompson of Bode presented several piano numbers preceded by comments on several composers. "Break The Bank" was played by four competing teams and top honors were aWarded to the team headed; by Mrs John Olson. Frog Hollow Hostess Mrs Earl Detmering entertained the members of the Frog Hollow Club at her home Thursday afternoon. At this meeting they made plans for a farewell party Friday evening, Feb. 17 for Mr and Mrs Wilhelmi who are moving onto a farm near Lu- Verne. , , ' Members of the' Methodist Church entertained seven tables at a Five Hundred party at the Paul Jarvis home Friday evening. High prize in five hundred went to Mr and Mrs Kenneth Howard, second; high to Mr and Mrs Harold Stoddard, and consolation to Mr and Mrs Richard McKenna. The members of the Presbyterian Church held a jtot luck farewell dinner Sunday in their church dining room in honor of Mr and Mrs Lyle Dudley, who are moving to Minnesota. Mr and Mrs Julius Becker were Thursday evening visitors at the Marion Colwell home in Corwith. Mr and Mrs ; Harold Clayton and'family; of Estherville visited Sunday at the Harold Roethler home. Mr Clayton is Mrs Roethler's brother. Mr and Mrs John O. Hansen attended the baptism of theif granddaughter, Susan Marie Hansen, at the First Lutheran church m Humboldt Sunday morning, Feb. 5. . Mrs Anna Thilges of Bancroft ;is confined to bed at,the home of her daughter, Mrs Leslie Jensen, with a cracked pelvis bone that she received when she fell on the ice. Dr. and Mrs J. D. Rossing, who have been on a vacation trip to the southern states f haVe return ed home. 2nd Lt. Gary Hintz, who ht»S been stationed at Corpus Christi, Texas, is spending a month's furlough here with his parents, Mr and Mrs Fred Hintz. Gary, who has been in jet pilot training received his wings January 17th. Upon his return he will go to El Toro, Calif. A few friends of Mrs Clifford Baker went' to her home Thursday afternoon to help her celer brate her birthday. Mrs Ray Gales, who spent ten days visiting her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs John Dilg, at Glenview, 111., returned borne Monday morning. Mr and Mrs John Foth were Sunday dinner guests at the lome of his brother, George Foth. Mr and Mrs Ted Thilges of La- •cota were Sunday evening- visitors at the Leslie Jensen home and with his mpther, who is til at the Jensen home. Mr and Mrs George Lenertz and Mr and Mrs Alvin Lenertz and family- were Sunday afternoon visitors and supper guests at the Ted Wagner home near " uVerne, Mr and Mrs Jack Uhlenhake and family of Mechanlcsville spent the weekend here with Mrs LJhlenhake's parents," Mr and Mrs Tom McKenna. Mrs Harold Stoddard, MPS Tommy Kissinger, Mrs Bill Wilson, Mrs Herbert Raney, and Mrs Rasmus Olson attended an Eas- ;ern Star School of Instruction Triday afternoon at West Bend. Mrs Elwood Rummens of Livermore was the instructor. Anna Altman entertained the Contract Club members at desert luncheon at her home Saturday afternoon with Mi's Joe Sanders and Mrs Clifford Baker guests. High prize went to Mrs Alvin Lenertz, second high to Mrs Ted Wagner, traveling prize to Lena Altman, and guest prize to Mrs Baker. Karen Bordwell broke a bone in her ankle Friday while practicing basketball when a girl fell on her foot. She is able to get around on crutches. • Ed Johnson, who has completed his training at Great Lakes, spent Tuesday and Wednesday with his parents, Mr and Mrs Carl V. Johnson. Thursday he left for 'San Francisco, Calif, where he will be on duty on the U.S.S. Poloris. Guests Sunday evening at the George Foth home were Mr and- Mrs Donald Elsbecker and daughters of near Bode and Mr and Mrs Richard Thul and family of Algdna. Mr and Mrs Chris Wallukait of Algoha Were Tuesday evening visitors with friends at the Geo. Foth home. Mrs Anna Berte and Agnes and Francis,, who is home on leave, visited Monday at the Ed Kronberg home in Wells, Minn. Dt. R, W. Bearsdley left Wednesday for Iowa City to attend a medical convention. Mr and Mrs Carl Underberg received word of the birth of a son to Mr and Mrs Robert Pfoff at Iowa City, Feb. 14. Mrs Pfoff is the former Helen Underberg. This is their first child. Lone Rock March Of Dimes Sets Record Lone Rock—The Annual March of Dimes was given an extra boost this year by the Lone Rock community. Sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary, the drive netted a record $70.95, according to Mi-s Bernard O'Donnell, local chairman. Mrs Art Priebe, Mrs Rose Kraft, Mrs Merton Larson, and Mrs James Long headed the Mo* thers March, and the business places cooperated by displaying March of Dimes containers. Circle Meetings Mrs Emile Person and Mrs Joe Culbertson were hostess to the Mary Circle Thursday afternoon at the Person home. Mrs Culbertson lead with scripture, followed with prayer by Mrs Person. During the business meeting, plans were discussed tc serve the creamery lunch. A menu cbmmittee was picked oi the following members: Mrs Emma Hurlburt chairman, Mrs Neva Thompson, Mrs Albert Shaser, Mrs Leslie Johnson, Mrs Ronald Christenson and Mrs Lawrence Rath. Plans were also made to serve lunch at family night Sunday evening, Feb^ 26 at the church. Mrs Ronald Christenson gave the lesson and lunch was served. The Patsy circle met at the home of Mrs Herman Kramer with Mrs W.'J. Cotton assisting hostess.. Mrs Kramer lead in scripture and prayer, with Mrs Raymond .Bierle in charge of the program. Lunch was served to eleven members and two guests, Mrs Lawrence Newbrough and Mrs Milfred Mitchell. tained Thursday afternoon at the Clarence Kraft home with Mrs Roger Jensen assisting hostess. Nine members preseftt. Scripture was read by Mrs Kfaft and Mrs Roger insert lead M prayer. Mis Clitford Nordine had charge of the study period. ' '-, Mr and Mrs Roger Jensen and family called Friday evening at the Ronald Christenson home. The Modernette club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Wm. Marlow with 14 members answering roll call. Mrs Frank Dreyer had charge of entertainment. Next meeting will be with Mrs Walter Dacken. Mrs Rose Kraft attended the 25th wedding anniversary and open house of Mr and Mrs Chester Hoppe of Truman, Minn. Sunday, and was a supper guest ol the R. G. Borchardts at East Chain, Minn. Mr and Mrs Frederick Schultz and Mr and Mrs A. A. Kruege* attended the funeral of Albert Wolfgram at Fenton Sunday. E. A, Lee attended the funeral of Jack Gaffney's father at Rockwell on Tuesday. The Modernette club held a card party Sunday evening at the notne of Mr and Mrg Wm. Marlow, with the following hosts: Mr and Mrs Raymond Bierle, Mr and Mrs Robert Lynch, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Brekke and Mr and Mrs Wm. Marlow. The evening was spent playing cards with prizes going to Mrs Paul Ber- .itiard and Raymond Bierle for nigh and Mrs Gene Bollig low, ;ravel to Raymond Laabs. • Sunday evening callers at the rome of Mr and Mrs Edwin \Vichtendahl in honor of Mrs Wichtendahl's birthday were Mr Wm. Bell and Mr and Mrs Wal- cer Bell of West Bend, Mrs Har- pld Morey, Mr and Mrs Edwin liuedtke and family, Mr and Mrs Orville Gardner and Dennis, Billy and Debra Schaffer. The evening was spent playing cards. Mr and Mrs Maurice : Weisbrod, Terry and Cheryl spent Friday evening at the Allwyn Lockwbod home. ' Mr and Mrs Delmar Fischer and Bernard Pettit visited Mr and Mrs Wm. Fischer at Estherville hospital Saturday evening. Verdabelle JThomsen, Dallas, Tex. arrived last Tuesday at the home of her parents, the Andrew Thomsens, for a visit. Sunday evening callers at the Thomsen home were Mr and Mrs Herman Madsen and Mr and Mrs Clarence Peterson and girls of Ringsted. Mr and Mrs Erich Seegebarth were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the Leon Larson home at Rowan. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Richards and Billy, Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards, Mr and Mrs Alfred Ditsworth of Bancroft were guests Sunday at the Frank The Esther circle was enter-Richards home at Estherville. ones* o Now up to 225 h.p. Now yon can have a big 312 cubfo inch powerhouse with the most displacement in the low-price field. Most torque, too. For you that means quickest getaway, swiftest passing power. Teamed with Fordomatic in any Fairlane or Station Wagon, the 225-h.p. Thunderbird Special V-8 is the thrill- ingest engine yoirever commanded. 1 Leads in Safety Feature* Among all can in iti field, only Ford gives you the extra protection of Lifeguard Design. This family of safety features was pioneered by Ford. Doesn't your family deserve this extra protection against injury in case of accident? Lead* la Trend'Setting Styling . Long, low breath-taking styling t* yours, too, when you choose a '56 Ford. For Ford is famous for its trend-setting styling. And you just can't match Ford's, road-hugging rid* and handling eue.' 5TATI & JONES You get more "GO" for your dough in a Ford V-8 Come in during our February Sales Jubilee! KENT MOTOR COL PHONE 434 •OREAT TV, FOIP THIAT||,'WHO-fV, 1*0 P.M., THURSDAYS The Idle Hour Club held a come as you are card party last Sunday evening at the James Cody Sr. home. Costume prizes went to Mrs A^t Person and Ed Tigges. The ajSeftifsg was spent playing cards'with high prizes to Neva and Ralph Thompson, low to Mrs Melvin Faber and Ode Cherland. Mrs H. R. Pettit of Whittemore spent Thursday evening at the Amanda Pettit home. Mrs H, EJ. Morgan of Algona spent last weekend with her daughter and family, the W. J. Cottons. David Beck and Mrs David Beck Sr. Were guests Sunday afternoon for tea at the Cotton home. Mr and ^?rs Roy Heins of Swea City spent Monday at the Cotton home and Mr and Mrs Owen Berhow spent the evening there. Janet Krueger arrived home Friday from Des Moines for the weekend. Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft, Judy and Joy spent Monday evening at. the James Long home. Wednesday evening Mr and Mrs Leslie Johnson spent the evening at the Kraft home. Mr and Mrs Jack Johnson and girls of Cowrie were guests Sunday at the Charles Morris home. Mrs Louise Godden was also a dinner guest there Sunday, Tuesday, Mr and Mrs Morris and Mr and Mrs Delmar Fischer visited Mr and Mrs Wm. Fischer at the Estherville hospital. Mrs Clarence Householder and Mrs Glenn Householder spent Tuesday at Burt where they visited Mr and Mrs Joe Gross and also Mrs Orie Hurlburt at the rest home. Wednesday, Mrs Glenn Householder called on Mrs Glorene Foley at Humboldt. John Cotton attended the first North Iowa Band Festival at Sioux City last Saturday. Mr and Mrs Marlin Bausman and Mrs W. J. Cotton also attended the festival and in the afternoon they visited at Hawarden with the Donald Arn$ family. Mrs Leslie Johnson and Sue Ann visited Monday afternoon with Mrs Robert Fortney. Mr and Mrs Jess Blanchard Jr. and family and Mrs Maude Blanchard were afternoon and supper guests recently at the Alfred Sehultz home in Ottoson. Mr and Mrs Robert Anderson and Roger of Fenton spent Sun- clay afternoon and were supper guests at the Clarence Kraft home. George Ramus of La Port City spent Saturday night at the Leo Ramus home. Rev. and Mrs Bearse of Burt, Mr and Mrs Ralph Riedel nnd Curtis of Ringsted visited at the C. E, Householder home Sunday afternoon. Tuesday, February 21, 1956 Algona (la.) Upper Des Mdines-3 Mr and Mrs Lawrence Geitzenauer called at the John Geitzenauer home in Fenton Wednesday evening. Mr and Mrs C. J. Stnu- der, Bancroft, were Sunday visitors in the Lawrence Oeitzenauer home. Mr and Mrs E. A. Lee and family and Everett Householder were Saturday evening supper guests at the Roy Merchant home. fir the phona? NO MORE RUSHING to answer a distant ring when you have a telephone m your basement workshop. And it's just the place for one of the new space-saving phones that mount handily on the wall. Why not call your Telephone Business Office right away and see how_ little it costs to have this modern convenience in your home. Northwestern Bell Telephone Company. LAYERS •More Eggs •LessFeedperdoz! • Better Livabilitv On-the-farm Divided Flock Tests show why there's a big swing to Hy-Line layers. Tests show that Hy-Line "100 Series" layers average over 3 doz. more eggs per bird than standard-breds and crossbreds ... 4J4 to 9 ! /2 cents less feed cost per dozen eggs laid" • * t end the laying year witlV 7 more layers pef 100 birds; housed. Put your poultry on a bigger paying basis — raise Hy-Lines. ROBINSON PRODUCE Wesley and Algona COMPLETE Closing Out Sale! Since I am unable to rent a satisfactory farm for nexl year I will sell my entire line of equipment at the farm located 2 mi. west Vi mi. north ol Jucl. of 18 and 169 at Algona, Iowa .'.;', Wednesday, Feb. 29 STARTING AT 1 P.M. CATTLE-- 1 Guernsey Cow, Just Fresh 1 Holstein Bull Calf MACHINERY 1 1950 Ford 8-N tractor new rubber last fall. Overhauled last spring. New pistons and sleeves and valves with positive rotors. This tractor is equipped with Mercury high compression pistons. I 1948 Ford 8-N tractor good rubber, valve job last spring. 1 1949 Ford Dearborn Combine with Red Seal motor and pickup attachment and straw spreader. 1 1950 Wood Dearborn single row corn picker. 1 M and M 4-row planter with fertilizer attachment and 120 rods wire and playout stakes. The.planter has 3 point hitch to fit Ford tractor. 1 Fergeson spring tine 2-row cultivator. 1 New rigid shank Dearborn 2-row cultivator. 1 Fergeson 2-14 in. solid molboard plow. 1 Fergeson 2-14. solid molboard plow. Extra lays sharpened for these plows. 1 Century B-row sprayer, complete with tank, corn drops. Hand nozzles, etc. Will fit either Ford tractor or Jeep. 1 1948 9-ft. Dearborn Springtooth. 1 Dearborn 12-ft. disc with 3 point hitch. 1 Ford dirt scoop. 1 6-ft. Ford Hyway mover complete. 1 Gaterman windrower for above mower. 1 Wagner Manure loader with continuous front end pump and manure bucket. This loader U just like new. Snow bucket for above loader. 1 Hand hydraulic hoist for unloading wagon: 1 New Idea side delivery rake. 1 Ford Dearborn wagon and box. 2 rubber tired trailers and flare boxes. 1 4-sec. drag with evener. 1 Seeder and cart 1 2-wheel trailer 1956 license. 1 Stalk cutter to fit Wood brothers corn Picker. 1 John Deere H.I.H. model manure spreader on rubber. 1 Jari power sickle In good condition. 1 Belt pulley for Ford tractor. Ford tractor jack. Boom. 1 Ford power take-off extension. 1 500 gal. gas storage tank. Complete with stand and hose. CAR and JEEP 1946 Fleetline Chevrolet 2 door sedan. Near new rubber. Completely overhauled 1 yea,r ago. Low mileage. 1948 Universal Jeep. 7.60-15 tires. New mud and snow recaps last.year. Motor overhauled 1 year ago and in excellent condition. Power take-off and governor. Box extension for above jeep. HAY and STRAW 300 bales straw. 250 bales second cutting alfalfa. Nice and green with plenty of leaves. 600 bales mixed timomy and clover hay. BUILDINGS & HOG EQUIPMENT 2 siX'pen round hog houses. Wood floors. Good roof. All reconditioned and painted last spring. On good skids. 3 four-pen round roof 12 ft. x 16 ft. hog house. Shingle • roofs and 2 in. floor on good skids. 1 10 x 14 Brooder house. 1 10 x 12 Feed house in good condition. 2 A-type hog houses. I 500-gal. Water tank to fit standard wagon trailer. 6 15-bu. Pax feeders. 1 45 bu. Sioux Feeder 1 8-ft, round wood tank on skids with waterer. 1 300 gal, steel tank with 2 built-in waterers. Tank heater for above. 1 50 gal. steel tank with waterer. 1 Hi-Pressure Daisy waterer for either pipeline or tank. Numerous pens, gates, hog crates, platforms; in short everything necessary to run a purebred hog operation. SHOP EQUIPMENT 1 Large Post drill with Vi horse motor, and bits; 1 Bench Grinder '/i horse motor; 1 Homemade air compressor with 1/3 horse motpr; 1 Complete set of taps and dies; 4 Jack Screws. Bench vise block and tackle; Small tools and many other articles too numerous to mention. HOUSEHOLD GOODS 1 Monarch Coal and Electric Range with 2 ovens and 4 electric burners; 1 Cupboard and drainboard, a sink could be mounted in center; Davenport and Chair; Davenport Chairs, Tables, Lamps, etc.; Delco console radio in good condition; 1 Picnic table. Can be converted to lawn seats; 1 Easy Spindlier Washer. TERMS: CASH NO PROPERTY REMOVED UNTIL SETTLED FOR. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS. LOUIS H. REILLY Qyfnn ft Borfcland, Auctioneer* Lone Rock Bonk, Clerk

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