The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 4, 1950 · Page 12
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»—Algono Upper Des Moines Tuesday, April 4, 1950 Irvington Girl Making Record In Research Work Irvington—Miss Virginia King, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David King, is one of our younger set who, after her graduation from Ames last year, is making a very fine record for herself. She i's now employed by the State University hospital at Iowa City as a laboratory technician. Recently she was sent by the university to Ann Arbor, Mich., to do extra research in bacteriology, and in May will appear before the state dental convention at Des Moines to give a report of her research. Mrs. Henry Scheppmann, Sr. is recuperating nicely at her home after recent surgery at St. Ann hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Phillips have been visiting at the home of their son, Clarence, and family at Spencer. The Jim Devine family is now living on the old Otto Knutson farm, later owned by the Bernie Burlingames, who have now moved to the J. A. Johnson place near the Center school. Homer King has been visiting with his brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. David King. Homer is a mining engineer for the government and is returning to his home at Denver, Colo., after being at Arlington, Va., for a year. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Clemens have started a remodeling project of their home on the Ridgeroad. Mrs Clemens is better known as the former Miss Ella Lewis. Mrs. Arlene Kajewski and Mrs Valeria Briggs presented a demonstration on good grooming al the Irvington Homemakers club which met with Mrs. Howard Raney on March 23. Mrs. Arthur Krause, club president, presided. Roll call was responded to by giving housecleaning hints, while Mrs. Mabel Hargreaves and Mrs. Marie Scuffham gave a report of the activities of the last county school. Eighteen ladies were present. E. O. Chamberlain is still confined to the Veterans hospital in Des Moines. Mrs. Chamberlain has been with him. Mrs. Amelia Coleman has returned to her home after having spent some time at a Ft. Dodge hospital suffering with pernicious aenemia. Mrs. Marie Frankl is visiting her sons, Donald and Bernard, in Washington, D. C. On. March 21 Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves entertained at a canasta party honoring the birthday of Mrs. Esther Hanna. High men's score was won by Mr George Scuffham and low by Paul Parkins, with high ladies score going to Janet Scuffham and low ladies to Mrs. George Scuffham. Master Mark Sanborn celebrated his fourth birthday on March 17 by entertaining eight of his cousins. Those enjoying the courtesy were Merle, Ann, and Julius Hang, Joel and Marilyn Harris. Gary and Craig Vitzthum, Patricia and John Schultz, and Mark's brother, Dennis. Ex-Resident Loses Barn & Cattle LuVerne — A large barn on the Joe Pletch farm near Merservey, tenanted by Maynard Bertelson, was destroyed by fire at 9 p. m Monday, March 20. The loss included 130 head of livestock some machinery, fertilizer, hay and oats. There was no coverage of insurance. Mr. and Mrs. Bertelson who lived on the Al Miller farm east of LuVerne the past year, had just moved to the farm March 1. "Gin" as used in Cotton Gins is an abbreviation for engine. Guess Who? To the first reader who phonos 1100 with the correct guess on the identity of above person, your choice of free brake adjustment or free grease job will be awarded at R&C MOTORS Dodge & Nebraska Packard Dealers BURT NEWS Methodist Church William S. Handy, Pastor Wednesday, April 5. 7:30 p. m. Holy Week Service. Special Feature by W.S.C.S. Thursday, April 6, 7:30 p. m. Holy Week Communion Service Friday. April 7 10:30 a. m. Union Good Friday Service in the Presbyterian church. Rev. W. S. Handy will preach. Sunday, April 8, Easter Sunday 6:30 a. m.. MYF Sunrise Serv. 10 a. m.. Sunday school 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship Easter anthems by the Choir. Easter message by the pastor. The W.S.C.S. meets at the church Wednesday, April 8 at 2:30 p. m. The Choir will meet at th close of the Thursday evenin service. Mrs. K. J. Smith and Mrs. W. B Officer entertained a group o women at the Smith home at a Thursday morning breakfast. Walter Rentz was brough home from the hospital in Al gona, Thursday afternoon, fol lowing an appendicitis operation HAMMOND ORGAN • Two-Munul •nd pedal organ. V Mrs. C. C. Smith is a pntient in St. Ann hospital since last Monday. Mrs. Rose Illiff entertained the sewing circle at the home of her sister, Mrs. Lottie Graham, Friday afternoon. This meeting was to have been with Cora Stow, but was changed. Barbara Thompson, who has a position with the "Back to the Bible" broadcast company at Lincoln, Neb., spent from Friday until Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Peterson will leave Wednesday morning for_ Waterloo where they will spend Easter with a son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Larson. The next week the Petersons will go to Davenport where they will spend a week with another son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Geestnan attended the senior class play a Ringsted, Thursday evening. MM Geesman has a sister who i graduating this spring. The Lutheran Aid will meet on Wednesday, April 5, at the churc : parlors. Clara Reynolds and Ann Rimers are hostesses. Gerald Riedel of Cedar Rapid spent the weekend with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Riedel a week ago. Robert Moore came home from the Algona hospiptal, Sunday, af ter being there 10 days with pneumonia. Mrs. Moore and Ar la spent Friday and Saturdaj with relatives in Algona. 65 YEAHS Mr. and Mrs. Dan Cresap Bonaparte recently observed their 65th wedding anniversary. Now 90 and 86 years of age, respectively, the Cresaps were married March 18, 1885. Cook-Heat with All-Gas • Self contained f loae eqnlpT •tent U within the organ. The Spinet Model Hammond Organ hat faraoua Hammond tonal fyitem... has two mtn- nab and pedal keyboard... needs no installation. -never Deed* Inning... and ii priced within the range of anyone •who lores good music. See and hear it at our showroom*, toon. Terms, Ilk* ft In my hone - (church) NAME :. ADDRESS yJONES 'PIANO HOUSE FORT DODGE. IOWA. I LIQUID GAS SYSTEM / This Bulk-Gas is designed for better cheaper service to you. 1. It can cook for you. 2. It can heat your water automatically. 3. It can give you better refrigeration. 4. It can heat your home. 5. It can mother your chicks. 6. It can supply fuel for your truck or tractor. 7. It can dry your clothes. A. O. Smith Automatic Water Heaters See us today about your heating needs. Also Cylinder Installations and Service PHONE 16' ROPER America's Finest Gas Rang* ALGONA ALL-GAS CO. 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SPREADERS t-M-D Steel Box 2-New Idea 3-John Deere Kase t-Rock Island MOWERS I-/' Massey - Harris tractor Mower- £ 1-6' Allis - Chalmers WC W M-D Mounted tractor mower 1-G Allis - Chalmers tractor mower J-D Horse Mower 'M-D Horse Mower with trucks " a " or ' PLANTERS 1-999 J-D kow 1-999 J-D kow 1-2-row Blackhawk 1-2-rowM-D'S 1-2-row J-D U 3-4-row planters (These are 2 2-row hitched together) 1-2-row Semi-mount- 60 *° fi* on Avery Tractor 1-2-row Case mounted to fit on SC Case HAY TOOLS 1-M-D Side very good 1-J-DDain 1-Ninnesota 1-M-D Hay Loader Side Delivery Side Delivery Side Delivery 11 TRACTORS 1-A John Deere 1-B John Deere with starter and lights 1-B John Deere 1-B Farmall with starter and lights 1-H Farmall with starter and lights 1-SCCase with starter and lights 1-VAC Case with starter and lights 1-WCAIIis-Chal- iriArr w ' f ^ * tarter IllCfj and lights 1-WCAIIis-Chal- mers 1-CAIIis-Chalmers with starter and lights 1-Avery with starter and lights All above tractors on air tires and with cultiva- ors COMBINES 1-1947 Allis-Chal merstiO S, 1-1941 Allis-Chal- mersdO 1-1939 Allis-Chal- mersd) 1-1938 Allis-Chal- mersfifl 1-1937 Allis-Chal- mersM DISCS -15' J-D (very good) -ll'J-D -14' Case -14' M-D -12' Roderick Lean -J-Deere Tandem PLOWS 1-MH-D 1-M4M-Dslat bottom 1-2-14 Avery 1-2-16 Allis-Chalmers APPLIANCES 1-Easy Washer 1-Deluxe Tappan Gas Range t-Monarch Combination Gas Stove 1-Norge Refrigerator 1-G-E Refrigerator 1-Economizer Ice Box 1-Coronado Refrigerator 1-G-E (electric) stove Miscellaneous 1—4-section harrow T—M-M field cultivator 1— Marshalltown field cultivator 1—Wood wagon on air tires 1—Auto Steer running gear (very good) 1—Humboldt stalk cutter 1—Used Straight Box 1—M-D Hammer mill 1—J-D Hammer mill 1-Gehl Hammer Mill with crusher 1—Gehl Field chopper with motor and hay and corn attachments 1—Gehl Blower 1—M-D Milker Pump 1—Clean Easy Milker 1—RV2E Surge Pump 1—Chase 4 Blade Stalk Cutter 1—24' Polaris Sprayer 1—Ng-Way Sprayer 1—2-wheel disc carrier trailer This is a partial listing of the used machinery we now have on hand. So come and see us. We are very liable to have just what you need at a reasonable price. LINDE IMPLEMENT CO. Phone 64 "A Servicing Dealer" Aliis-Chalmers New Idea Surge Kelvinator Gehl Swea City, Iowa

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