The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 24, 1950 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 24, 1950
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2-Algona Upper Des Moincs Tuesday, January 24, 1$< two New County Officers ... ; .. .. . ,.._,.. .,,,;. 0, ....--. t ., i»j.-. .-.•: Some changes have been made in Kossuth county's government with the coming of the new year. Leo Immerfall has taken office as county assessor. New member of the board of supervisors is A. M. (Tony) Kollasch of Swea City. Tony succeeds M. L. Johnson. Both men are shown here, checking the books as part of their new jobs. (Upper Des Moines Newsfoto). Fred Burrell, Wesley Woman's Father, Passes Wesley — Fred W. Burrell, 86, of Urbana, la., died Wednesday, Jan. 18, 1950, at 0 p. m. at St. Ann hospital, Algona, after an illness of three days, following a stroke. He had been living at the home qf his daughter, Mrs. A. M. Lease, here, since Nov. 1. He is survived by four children: Orin Burrell of Eugene, Ore.; Mrs. Clifford jCelty of Marion, la.; Max Burrell of Cedar Rapids, and Mrs. Lease. The latter three were with their father when he died and accompanied the body to Urbana, Thursday. Funeral services were held at Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Burrell Lease, a son of Mr. and Mrs. A. M.- Lease, and a student at Iowa City, attended the funeral of his grandfather. Mrs. Lease returned home Monday. Conservation Parly The Conservation' league is sponsoring a free moving picture show Wednesday evening, Jan. 25, In the Legion hall. One film will be of the 1949 World Series baseball games. Perfect Attendance Perfect attendance awards' were presented to Carol, Valjean and Teddy Hansen, Joyce son and Robert Giddings at the Methodist church services on Sunday, Jan. 15. They had at tended services 50 Sundays in 1949. activities of the Bureau and the 4-H clubs. Plans were discussed for holding meetings of the organizations in the Lou Lickteig schoolhouse. The Farm Bureau meets every two months. The Gfeorge Vitzthumst, Lou Rickes, Charles Nygaards, John Arendts, and Hans Prueschel were on the committee. Elevator Meeting The annual meeting of the Wesley Farmers Co-operative Elevator Co. will be held Monday afternoon, Feb. 20, in the Legion hall. New Music Teacher Mrs. Byron Calhoun has replaced Anthony D'Aquila of Britt as music director of the local public school. She now has the vocal and band classes. Missionary Society The Catholic Missionary Socie* ty will meet Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 25, but the Catholic Daughters of America will hole ttie "husbands' party" Thursday evening, Jan. 26th, due to the free show given by the Conservation league. 30th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Tom Forburger were honored 'at a 30th wedding anniversary dinner at George's Cafe in Algona, Saturday evening, Jan. 14. Those who attended were their three daughters and their husbands, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Srieps, Mr. and Mrs. Al Erpeld- ng, and Mr. and Mrs. Larry YoUngwirth, and their two sons, Kenneth and Tommy Forburger, at home. A group of relatives enjoyed an evening of cards at the Forburger home on Sunday evening, Jan. 15. Creamery Meeting Dale The annual meeting of the Farmers Co-operative Creamery will be held in the Legion hall on Saturday, Feb. 4. Dinner will be served at noon to patrons of the creamery 'and locker.' Leo Benson, manager of the State Brand creamery at Mason City, will "be guest speaker. Prairie Farm Bureau The Prairie Township Farm at. the Charles Ny_ with an attendance of 40. Reports weje given on, conventions . and Study Club Meets The Study club met with Mrs. Alfred Erdman Thursday" afternoon, Jan. 19. Mrs. August Studer gave the lesson on "Holland." Tr— club will have a valentine party at Mrs. Vincent Daughn's on Tuesday, Feb. 14. Honor Mrs. Titus Mrs. E. J. Titus was honored at a birthday party Wednesday evening and her -self-invited guests were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Johnson and Bob, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hill of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Carlson of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. John Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smith and Gary, and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Johnson and two sons. Mrs, Titus ireached her 79th birthday and is able to get about the house in a wheelchair^ Mrs. Clark of Britt is housekeeper there. Wesley Twp. F. B. The Wesley Township Farm Bureau met at the IOOF hall Thursday evening. An educational slide on "Soil" was shown, and Theron Hansen gave a report on Farm Bureau work. "Shorty" Youngwirth entertained the group with accordian music, then the Wesley Wizard 4-H girls held a basket social. Lou Matern of Algona sold the baskets free gratis for the girls benefit. They realized $60.50 from the sale of 24 baskets and some lunches. The club donated $15 to the International Youth Exchange. Women Bowlers Feed The women bowlers of Wesley enjoyed a 7 o'clock dinner at George's Cafe in Algona on Monday evening of last week. The osers of the first half of the season treated the winners to the dinner. Winners were Mrs. H. H. Raney, Mrs. Larry Youngwirth, Mrs. ^ari Froelich, Mrs. Francis iauptman, and Mrs. Charles Vlullin. Losers were Mrs. J. W. Walker, , Mrs. Lael Root, Mrs. J. ft. Kunz, Mrs. Joe DeMaine and ielen Reno. They all enjoyed an evening of canasta at the J. M. Kunz home " cago Tuesday evening to attend an International Harvester convention, four days. H* lives,in Ft. Dodge, and operates aft irrtple^ ment shop in WhittemOtfi. Mi is the oldest son of Mr. Md Mrs. R. C. Bauer, local dealer. Mrs. Ed Hildman entertained her "500" club Thursday afternoon. Mrs: Robert Rockwood won high score prize, Mrs. Ernest Hutchinsoh low score prize, and Mrs. Nick -Weber, travel prize. Mrs. Tillie Loebig plans to entertain the women on Friday. Feb. 3. Mrs. Nick Weber will entertain her bridge club Thursday afternoon, Jan. 26. Inez Riesing has enrolled in-the senior class at the local public school for the last semester. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Riesing of Breda; la., and the family will move March 1 to the farm west of town, vacated then by the Henry Juchem family. They moved to the farm north of town, vacated last week by the George Foertsch family. LAKOTA NEWS The Vance Lesters are moving from the Gutknecht farm to the Charles Lewis residence in Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kienitz and little daughter, who recently moved to Richmond, Mo., have been visiting friends and relatives here and at Burt. John Johnson and his sisters, Jennie and Rena, moved la«t week into their new home, purchased from O. T. Buckets last Fall. Mr. and Mrs. Buckels moved to Iowa City, Jan. 1. thg Frank Behne h<Sme. The Towfl and Country Wo- tfieh's club Tuesday everting in the home of Mrs. JLoren Barker, with Mrs. Wm. Hantelirian as cb-hostess. Mrs. John Waite gave the travel-log. Mrs. L6rry Alt gave the workshop. The February meeting will be the 15th in the htrtfig Of Mrs. D6tl Shaw at twb Bayer Jr., went to Chi- FARM AUCTION! As I am going to quit farming I will sell the following described property at public auction to the highest bidder at the far mlpcated 2 miles west and 5 and one-half south of Buffalo Center; or 2 and one half miles east and 4 and one-half miles north of Tifonka on Monday, January SALE TO START AT 1:00 O'CLOCK 14 HEAD OF CATTLE 14 9 Head of milk cows; 2 calves, about 600 pounds; 1 black bull about 600 pounds; 2 small veal calves. ABOUT 300 BALES OF HAY—ABOUT 200 BALES OF STRAW—ABOUT 150 BUSHELS BENTON SEED OATS ONE 12x14 BROODER HOUSE-75 LEGHORNS-9 HEAD FEEDING SHOATS-ONE 3-YR. OLD PONY, CHILD BROKE FARM MACHINERY, Etc. IHC "M" tractor, used two seasons IHC "2-M" corn picker IHC 15-ft. disc IHC 3-bottom Little Genius plow IHC 4-row cultivator IHC 4-row corn planter, used 2 seasons 4-sec. flexible drag Hay rack 3 4-wheel trqilers with flare boxes ,lohn Deere manure spreader 44-ft. Stan Hoist elevator, riew 530-gal. gas tank on stand, hose and faucet Mounted circle saw 8-ft. IHC grain binder 7-ft. IHC mower Work Bench IHC manure loader 2 Endgate seeders 80-gallon waterer Tractor cab for "H" or "M" tractor No. 18 DeLaval cream separator with motor "10-20" McC. Deering tractor Horse drawn corn planter Endgate seeder 4-sec. drag Hay slings 1 feed bunk And many other articles. USUAL TEAMS:—Cash or mqke arrangements wi|h ypy/ banker. Jv$o property to be removed from premi ses until settled for. Not responsible for accidents occuring during sale. R. T. DeVries & Sons, Aucts. M. Jasperson Security State Bank, Algona, Clerk to Fenton News Mrs. Floyd Duncan was hostess i two tables of "500" Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Brace were Wednesday visitors at the S. E Straley home. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mitchell helped Mr. and Mrs. Chris Egland celebrate their 55th wedding anniversary Friday afternoon. Wednesday evening visitors at :he Kenneth Halversons were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Jensen, Delores and LeRoy, of Ringsted. The following Bun people visited Monday afternoon with Mrs. Ida Brace in the S. E. Straley lome: Mr. and Mrs. Habegar, and Mesdames Clark Coffin, Raymond Vogel, Wayne Mann, Henry Mettman and Howard Salisbury. The Thursday Evening Bridge club met Thursday in the Charles Newel home. High score was won by Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Ruske, low -core by Mrs. Frank Behne. The Hook and Eye Sewing club met Tuesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Wm. DeWall. V. J. Tatum and Carol Sue were Friday evening supper guests in Ff«ik MtFffll Thursday : with Mr*. John Mettz ift Hoi* Family hospital at Es- Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kraft ahd Jttdy were Wednesday evening supper guests In the Frank Behne home./ •-Mr? and Mrs; Mefvih Manager visited from Thursday until Mon* day iti the Emil Mansager home at Hollafldale, Minn. , Mrs. V. J. f atom received word Sunday night that her father, Qeo.; Moothart.of Waterldo, Was seriously ill. She left by bus on , Monday morning. I . The Laura Robbfns circle met I Wednesday in th<S home of Mrs. Dale Weisbrod. Nine members were present Guests were Virginia EigleTj Mtss Mathsen, Miss Hill and Miss •Darby. Devotions were given by Mrs. Frank Behne. The lesson was given by Mrs. Clarence Underwood. Mr. V. 3, Tatum and Carol SUe were Wednesday supper guests in the Fred Newjel home. O?i?lCi; SUPPLIES — Largest stock in Ko&uth county. Algona Upper Des Moines, in the NEW newspaper building, Algona, la. COLONIAL OWNERS RECOMMEND COLONBIl OOAl • Oil * *AS * FUtNACIS ITOKltl • liOWKfcS • OIL iURNIkS "Our fuel bills show a real COAfeMUD , WlUNACI Eiciisive tehra COWWAL )•* . * dm Itiflil at cwhrt P. R. IRONS Phone?; GREEN COLONIAL FOR HOMES Of ALL SIZfS AHU ALL K/NOS Of FUEL t Registered Poland Chilli GILT SALE As we are quitting farming, we will sell at the Algona Sale Barn at Algona, Iowa, on FRIDAY. JAN. 27th Starting at 2 o'clock 35 Head Registered Spotted Poland China Gilts ' ' '* - t. S i » ' . These gilts are sired by Top Hat, a son of the Champion Grand Master, and Foremost, a son of Sonny Boy. They are bred to Model Lad, a son of Moderator. Here's the place to buy your 4-H and FFA gilts, as we are closing out all. They are bred to farrow in March and April. M. H. PETERSEN RINGSTED, IOWA FARMERS Call for Our Daily Market Quotations on Your HOGS VEAL CALVES SHEEP AL60NA,IOWA»$TOCK SHOT f OE When 10 year old Larry Rut- ledfe^ of Tama got a new 410 gUage shotgun for.Ghristmfts he put it to work right away. His fitst shot ofl A. a hUa|l|ig trip.ritK ped off the end o* his .fteW four- buckle overshoe and the tip of his toes. lURftED youth, has bjseft laid up v£th Sec- ond'degree burns receive".. 0 ^ an ovifftight capping eimedttteii. A kerosene stove in a caBiii Explod- edas more Mel was beihg ptfUir- edift with Paul receipt tegJUl is j haV| "iotcj J$ ferm arid *K»H sale on my place located 2 miles w< or 7 mile* east arid one-half north oi at WIIJH1, I will hofcf ai closing-out 'Ohe-half north of Swea City; >ng on Feb. 1 Lunch on drounds 5d HEAD OF LIVESTOCK 1 Shorthorn white cow milking now; jfcrfJFoiti cow fresh in spring, 2-yr. old &opofn heifer, freshibori- Nine 5-year old Shorthorn heifers fresh in spring; Mhitefaee feu)!, ly^ns.^Idji ifiillv^s, wt. 500 Ibs. 31 Sciws, riybrid cross, &T?S *£ «W^| JK& 1 *' china boar ' *° farrow m March and April-all vaccinated. 1 Sported boar. 9 Ewes to lamb in February and March. FARM MACHINERY AMD SMALL ITEMS M.M. tractor arid cultivator, flood rubber; Soil fitUr tteel elevator, 40 ft., good as new with hoist and speed jack; MD binder; 8 ft., on* me mower; MD 10 ft. dt»mp rake? MD manure t er, 80 rods wire; JD 8 ft, spring tooth harrow new cylinder corn sholler; 4 section drag; war it* drive; MD 2-16 tractor plow; MD 5 ft. horse predder; JD 12 ft. tractor disc;, JD horse plant- JD endgate seoder; Oehl 10 inch feed grinder; kinfl plow; rubber tired wagon with triple box;.bob sled; wagon box; 2 wheel trailer;,hay rock and wagon; cement mixer; wheel barrow, BUZZ saw, new woven wire stretch er, block ^and tackle, afr compressor paint spray with attachment, hand weed sprayer, tractor chains, electric fencer, 40 ft. drive belt, 6 inch; 30 ft. drive belt, 4 Inch; 325 908. ga«: tank* 3 gas barrels, galvanized stock tank; Jamesway oil brooder stpye, hand com shelter, s*t harness, feed bin, woven wire, steel pcfS^ 107-5 Inch tile, 5 rolls tlat crib, some wsed lumber, 60 ft. 1-inch galvanized pipe, 24 ft. extension ladder, 165 New Ham p Red pullets laying well, Superflame oil heater, studio couch, dining room suite, front room suite, 2.iron beds and springs, vanity, 2 rockers; wool rug, Axmlnister 9»12, us*d 1 yr.; 2-.10 and 20 gal. stone jars; Aladdin lamp, curtain stretcher, 70 bales of straw and many articles too numerous to mention. J. L. MILLER will sell the following articles: Oliver 2-row corn picker on rubber in good condition; hay rack, set harness, quack digger, dump rake, box wagon and wood stove. , TERMS—Cash or make arrangements with your banker before sale. No property to be removed from premi ses until settled for. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS. SHIRLEY BECK, Owner Preston, Quinn & Jensen, Auctioneers, , First Trust & Savings Bank, Armstrong, Clerk • •'"*' ' *• V i* * *"•-.*- • i . ( ' FARM AUCTION As I am quitting farming, will sell at auction at my place located !£ mile east and % mi. north of Algona, on the old Dickinson farm directly north V* mile from Catholic Cemetery on highway 18, and west of Plum Creek road, on TUESDAY, IAN. 31 Sale Starts at 1 P. M. MACHINERY 1 new 1949 Cose slice baler with auger 1939 U-C Allis Chalmers, good condition 1941 W. C. Allis Chalmers and cultivator, good New McCormick-Deerlhg field cultivator, •• ***•:, . ,r,-» , .- . McCormlck-peering 3 Bottom plow, good McCormlck-p*erjng njanvre spreader McCormlck'Deering horse planter with 900 roof o| wire 4-section harrow, with* folding evener New Idea elevator, 32 ft., on rubber With hoist 1 John Deere «nd0ate seeder, like new 1 manure loader . John Qeere 2<Jftw horse cujtivajpr John Deere single row horse cultivator i John Deere 10 ft. disc (2) 2 good feed bunks, 14 ft. long 1 10-ft. Norton hog feeder, 3 yrs. old 1 good flare box, 2 triple boxes 1 rubber tired wagon 1 wooden wheeled wagon 1 steel wheeled wagon 1 bobsled 1 hay rack 1 Papac feed mill 1 pump jack with motor 1 iron safe 1 McCprmUk Deering separator 1 dump rake 9 sets of good harness and collars 1 flPl barrel stand 1 34 ft. 7 inch rubber endless belt « 1 team sorrel mares,, w*ll mated, 9 yrs. old, weight TftOO each; I bav mar. « » W.I.M 1700, 1 |orr t l g^djng, 6 vr* old, w.igL ^th'Js? ho ,., Vd wtll 1 Uom spotted coltf, coding t, \ Uom sorreT ofr, ««mlng 2; 1 .pottfd y .«!ng 4* HiftD OF FEEDER PIGS AndOthaHtemsTooHumerous To Mention TillMl-cash, or i«| yo^r bank.r, no goodi r«niov«d until settled for. ,N«t resporwibU for accident*. ton Matern, Auctioneer J. k ~**" • -,, ^^K ^^w «^" ^W^^ 1 ^(w ank, Whlttemor. Clerk

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