The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1950 · Page 23
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Loyal Janitor | Stands Treats I As Girls Win Whittemore — One of Whittemore's most ardent supporters of the girls sectional .champions is Adolph Naas, janitor of the public school the past 20 years. Adolph, who is a great lover of baseball and basketball, has always treated the team after winning their games, but this year it is an expensive season for Adolph, as the girls have won 25 out of 28, but he does not murmur. Last Monday, following their victory over LuVerne at the sectional tournament, Adolnh prepared a banquet. A load of ice cream, pop, and cookies were ordered to the school by him The squad were seated around a table | with the sectional trophy Mr j Naas gave a talk complimenting I the girls, Coach Frank Slagel. and chaperone and scorekeeper, Miss [ Eva Bessler. Farewell For Hurts Last Tuesday night a farewell | party was held at the Walter Fan- I del home in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Hurt of Algona, who are moving to Dickens. Those who were present were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kollasch, Mr. and Mrs August Elbert, Mr. and Mrs.' James Besch and daughter, Mrs. Lucy Besch and son Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Besch and daughter Katy, and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Will. The evening was spent playing pinochle, followed by a lunch. Victor Daus Hosts Mr. and Mrs. Victor Dau entertained a number of their friends and relatives at their home last Friday night. The guests included Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zinnell, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kuecker, Mrs. Gladys SSS der 'M Mr ' and Mrs - Fra "k Jergens, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kuhnke, and Mr. and Mrs Arthur Anderson, of West Bend, and md Mrs. Herbert Zumach. was played, and a lunch was served later in the evening. Sewing Club Meets m Jt he L Neighborly sewing club Shlnif th ™ 5 omo of Mrs - s a™ Ninptl' Wednesday afternoon. Nineteen ladies were present A delicious two-course lunch was A "THE MYSTERY FARM ff Last week's Mystery Farm was that of Herman Soderberg, southwest of Bancroft. The farm is owned by John Crowell of Algona. The Soderbergs picked up the free aerial photo of their place shortly after last week's Upper Des Moines appeared. They farm 300 acres. Above is this week's Mystery Farm. If it is yours, either as tenant or owner, call at the Upper Des Moines office and get a free aerial photo of the place, the original from which the above cut was made. served following an afternoon's sewing. Visit At Slainbrooks Mrs. Daniel Stainbrook, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stainbrook and eon Dale, of Oskaloosa, visited with Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Stainbrook Saturday night and Sunday. Home From Texas Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seeley returned home from McAHen, Tex., Monday, where they spent the past three weeks vacationing. The Seeleys were alarmed when they heard that their little granddaughter, Karon Kay, was taken to Iowa City last week Sunday. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Seeley, brought their daughter home Monday after a specialist diagnosed her symptoms and reported that her condition was first-rate. Birthday Surprise Mrs. Leroy Farrell was pleasantly surprised Sunday night on her birthday, when her sisters and their husbands came with filled baskets for the dinner. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Baas, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jergens, of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Peter W. Kollascb, and Mr. and Mrs. George Jergens. Mrs. Carl Ernst, Lucinda Mog- Faim Auction In order to settle the estate of the late F. J. Balgeman, we will sell at public auction to the highest bi dder the following property, on Thurs., Feb. 16th Beginning at 1:00 P.M. 3 miles north and 1 mile east of West Bend, and 3 3 /4 miles south of Whittemore in Whittemore township. 200 Acres of Faun Land Well improved buildings, new woven wire fence around farm, also cross fences. Every acre of this land is cropped. Has.been rotated and seeded for many years. One of the best farms in Kossuth county. Possession will be given March 1, 1950. Terms: 25% on day of sale; balance when estate is closed, about J uly 1, 1950. 26-HEAD OF CATTLE-26 Consisting of 12 good milk cows; 5 yearling heifers and 9 calves. 5 FALL PIGS WEIGHING ABOUT 150 LBS. EACH 275 GOOD LAYING HENS 15-ft. Cultipacker; International hay baler, No. SOT, self-tying; brooder houso; self-feeder ;about 100 bales of good hay; hammer mill. TERMS: Cash, or make arrangemen ts with your banker. No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents. F. I. BALGEMAN Estate LOUIS & HARRY BALGEMAN, ADMINISTRATORS Colwel! Bros., Auctioneers L. Balgemqn, Clerk ler, daughter" of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mogler, and Geraldine Grimm, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Grimm, are patients in St. Ann hospital in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. John Waldron celebrated their wedding anniversary Sunday, Feb. 5. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Miller, Mr. and Mrs. William Rooney and family, of Armstrong, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rooney and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Zatloukal, the latter of Pocahontas. —~Ths members of St. Paul's Lutheran Ladies Aid Society held a regular meeting Thursday afternoon in the auditorium of the school. Mrs. Merlyn Wegener, Mrs. P. G. Weinhold, Mrs. Edwin Wichtendahl, and Mrs. Herman Voigt, were on the serving committee. The Legion Auxilliary held its meeting at the home of Mrs. John M. Farrell Tuesday evening. After the business meeting the evening was spent piaying cards. Mrs. Peter W. Kollasch, Mrs. Dean Elbert, and Mrs. George Schaeller won prizes. Mrs. Farrell, Mrs. Theodore Elbert, and Mrs. Joseph Esser were on the committee. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt, Mrs. Mathilda Meyer, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith spent Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Cllsworth Heidenwith. Mrs. Reinhard Behnke went to Monroe last week Friday to visit with her son, Mr. and Mrs. Har- old Behnke. Sunday they drove to Ames where they visited with the former's daughter, Ruth Ann Behnke. Mrs. Behnse came home on the bus Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hanselman, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Struecker of West Bend, Glenn and Howard Struecker were Monday evening visitors at the Clarence Strueck- er home, it being Mrs. Strueck- er's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Gengler of Oyens spent the week at the Geo. Gengler home. Mrs. Mary Thul and son, Pat. Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Parks of Clarion, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Warchter, Ottosen, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dahlhauser of West Bend, Plater Laubenthal of Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Peter .Schumacher, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schumacher and daughter, Nancy, were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Thul. Marvin Mogler returned to Sabetha, Kan., to work. He has been home since his fatner, Sam Mogler, had his operation. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Potratz, Mrs. Albert Potratz, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Struecker, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Potratz spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Schwendeman in Ft. Dodge. The Fern Valley Homemakers met with Mrs. Sterling Simonson Monday. Seventeen ladies were present. Ttie lesson was "Gracious Family Meal, 1 ' served English style. Mrs. Dorr, Palo Alto county economist, was In charge. The menu consisted of beef vegetable pie with potato topping, relish plate, hot corn bread, butter, fruit compose, chocolate brownies and coffee. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Frank Eisele March 6. Meetings start at 11:30 a. m. The Pinochle club was entertained at the William Fandel Sr., home Sunday evening. Winners were Mrs. George /'andel, Nor- man Schultz, Mrs. August Elbert, George Fandel, and Mrs. Ruth Schultz. Following the cards, lunch was served. 50th Anniversary For Mullarkeys, Lakota, Sunday Lakota—Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mullsrkey celebrated their SOth wedding anniversary last- week Sunday with a family gathering at their horn*, which was a surprise to Ih* -Jhonorees when the VUMts came bringing the dinner with them. Guests -were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Riesdorfer. jMr. and Mrs. Earl Mullarker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Geerdes and family. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mullarkey, Mr. and BAKED BEAN DINNER Wednes.,Feb.l5 5 to 7 P.M. V.F.W. HALL ALGONA Sponsored by V.F.W. Auxiliary —Menu— Beans Brown Bread Col* Slaw Home-Made Cherry Pi* Coffee SPOTTED POLAND CHINA BRED GILT SALE 50 Head for March and April Farrow, on the farm 1 '/2 miles east of LuVerne, Iowa FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17 IP. M. A high class offering of gilts bred and fed to produce. Unquestionably some of the best quality gilts in the breed weighing up to 500 pounds. Bred to Nu Vigor the $500.00 top son of Vigor who perhaps has bred more champions and grand champions than any other sire. Also Fashion Plate Image, son of the 1949 Illinois and Indiana grand champion. Club boys and farmers, here's an exceptional opportunity to fill your needs. Write for catalog. E. C. MARTY AND SONS LuVerne, Iowa AUCTION SALE This property is owned by the heirs of the Laura Hansen Estate and will be offered for sale to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Friday, February 24, 1950, at two o'clock P. M. Sale will be held at the residence at Titonka, Iowa, the location of which is described below. DESCRIPTION: Tract'1. Lots Seven (7), Eight (8) and Nine (9), Block Three (3), Original Plat, Titonka, Iowa, which consist of three vacant lots, each twenty-two feet wide, located on the main street of Titonka, Iowa. This property with a total of 66 feet frontage is an excellent building location and are the better lots in town. Tract 2. Lots Ten (10), Eleven (11) and Twelve (12), Block Three (3), Original Plat, Titonka, Iowa, which consist of three excellent corner lots upon which is located a fine two bed room frame house, with living room, dining room, kitchen and enclosed porch and full basement. Also garage and tool shed. TERMS: Options. Each of the two above described tracts will be first offered separately and then both tracts will be offered in one parcel and thereafter the property will be sold in whichever method realizes the largest amount. A down payment of twenty-five (25%) per cent'will be required and the balance will be due and payable within thirty days thereafter when abstract of title will be furnished showing marketable title and Warranty Deed will be delivered, subject only to the closing of said Estate. Possession will be given to the purchaser upon execution of Contract and making of down payment. The 1949 taxes, payable in 1950, will be paid by tfce undersigned. ERNEST P. HANSEN, ADMINISTRATOR Titonka, Iowa Tuesday, February 14, 1950 Algona Upper Des Mofnes—7 Mrs. Don Geerdes and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Lester. Mr. and Mrs. Mullarkey wore married in Woden in 1900 and have four children, Mrs. Jack Riesdorfer, Earl, Edward, and Mrs. Martin Geerdes. The honorees were presented a purse of $50. TYPEWRITERS, portable 01 standard size, tor immediate sale Algona Upper Des Momes PHONE 229 TRUCK BUT WORD Tk* CMC "THpl* CA.rft.rf" o..rf truck •mftlwn ftt oar ittlJt t* a The word i« spread in t—and fatt— that light-medium GMCs for 1950 are the best buy* in the whole light-medium field! There are plenty of re«-» •on* why theae new CMC* offer even better performance and greater economy than the qulck-ntepping, moneir-MvinC GMCi of the putt. They're easier riding, easier driving . . . improved to provide more comfort for the drirer, more profit for the owner on every score. Last, but far from learnt, they •re products of the General Motor* divUlon that'* the world'* largest excluiir* producer of commercial vehicle* . . . that ha*, in addition to it* own ultra-modern facilities, full access to the unparalleled CM research and proving operation* that continually work to make "more and better thing* for more people." BRADLEY BROTHERS 116 So. Thorington Algona, Iowa I FARM SALE Due to sickness we are dissolving partnership and we will bold a complete closing-out sale 3'/j mi. north and 1 mi. east of Fenton: 5 mi. east and ? 3 /4 south of Ringsled or 1 mi. west and l'/i south of Seneca on Thursday, February 16 SALE STARTS AT 12 O'CLOCK LUNCH ON GROUNDS 40—Head of livestock—40 Consisting of high grade Holsteln and Shorthorn cattle, 11 head of cows milking now; 7 head of heavy springer cows. 8 head of springer heifers, 1 registered milking Shorthorn 2-yr. old bulL 13 head of summer and fall calves. Farm Machinery & Equipment 1948 Case A-6 spike tooth combine complete with wales cooling motor, J.D. model B tractor complete with cultivator, hydraulic lift and road gear, 2-14 inch J.D. tractor plow, 12 ft. J.D. tractor disc—new, 10 in. McCormick Deering disc. 9 inch Case spring tooth harrow, 4 section drag complete with folding evener, Hoosier endgate seeder. MD corn planter with 160 rods 3 ft. 4 in. wire, 8 ft. MD binder. JD 40 ft. steel elevator complete with wagon hoist and speed jack, Humboldt stalk cutter as good as new, David Bradley manure spreader 4-wheel on rubber 2 years old, 5 ft. David Bradley mower, side delivery rake, Dain; 12 ft. dump rake, JD 10 in. hammer milL MD hay loader 3 years old, Oiborn corn binder, 18 it. land roller, 10 ft. lime spreader, V.A.C. Case tractor and cultivator 2 years old, 5 ton trailer with 6.50-16 in. high speed tires with Anthony steel box. 3 ton trailer with 7.00-16 high speed tires with 36 in. straight box. Model T trailer, wood wheel wagon with straight box, hay rack and steel running gear, silo rack, 12 in. walking plow, potato plow, road drag. 1-hole corn sheller, 8 ft. wood tank, 1930 Model A Ford. •» MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES Feed bunk, hog troughs, tractor chains size 10-38 or 10-40, heat houser, 50 ft endless rubber belt, tank heater, other articles too numerous to mention. DAIRY EQUIPMENT 4-yr. old Surge 2 unit milker with pipe line for IS cows, DeLaval No. 18 cream separator with motor, some 10 gallon cans and pails, POULTRY AND EQUIPMENT 100 white leghorn pullets from Welp's hatchery. 250 New Hampshire Reds from Welp's hatchery, Jamesway brooder stove. FEED — FEED 100 Bales of Alfalfa, 150 Bales Timothy and Brome. TERMS—Cash or any arrangements you may make with clerk. Not responsible lot accidents. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Anyone looking for good cows, plan to attend this sale as every cow has good udders and are as good a bunch of dairy cows as you will find any where. Win. Sanders-P. H. Jensen Preslon and Fl<tig, Auctioneer:; Swea City State Bank. Clerk Li

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