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4-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, November 13, 1956 Education Week J. ono Rock —• Thi< \Y."-K. X ••,•• ' '^'''' v !.-!'. ! i : i •• I* :• i p, r i • I , i >; 1.11 ."•• Vi'i-; :r;.-n Kiiiir,-;! I.';-, Week. In 1 •'"•' ' v a;i.-i- .1! this ; ;-i,-c:;o wr; !•; ;• i' ;>.•! out.-, are ur:;i d \-> VIM' ,. v }-.,,,%;. 'i ;:e Sentr; 1 ;! coiv.munily school i.v>::rd i.f education : .s sponsoring .; >-.'n!is! in the firs' six grades o'' each of the Srntral schools for ;)''-•niS.inrc of visitors. Tii-- pra-.le.- 1:1 :•;-.::'••' i.'f the three scli'vls which Kive !:'r- la:!'.rsi pcrrcn! of :r;oth- iv:- or fathers visit school during the week will receive a prn:e. Auxiliary Bazaar The Lone Rock American Legion Auxiliary held a not IUCK MJpper and bazaar Wednesday i.vi mm; at iho Legion Hail with ; !.)..-ul (')') attending. Mis Jess-. Bhiii.-TUij'd Jr. ;.nd Jack Quinii auctioned off tiie bazaar gifts which netted ,$H(l. Afterwards 50u wa? played with prizes going to Mrs Jack Quinn. high, Mrs Nobbie Thilges. low. Jack Quinn, high, and Ronald Christer.son. low and door pri.'.e. Hostesses were Mesdcunes Mary Flaiu. Jesse Blanchard Jr.. Ervin Voet- leler. and Nina Behrend>. Mr and Mrs Roger Jensen entertained at a card party Thursday evening with the following guests, Mr and Mrs Ronald Christonson, Mr and Mrs Clarence Martin, Mr and Mrs Merton Larson. Mr and Mrs Jesse Blanchard Jr. and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Jackson. Prizes went to Merton Larson, high, Ronald Christenson, low, Mrs Jesse 31anchard Jr., high and,travel and Mrs Kenneth Jackson, low. P.W.O. Circles will meet Thurs- ilay. Nov. 15. afternoon at the following homes; Patsy with Mrs Ray Black and Mrs Andrew Thomsen assisting. Mrs Clair Bollinger will be devotional leader. Esther Circle will meet with Mrs C. E. Nordine and Mrs Florence Schrader assisting. Mrs Art Person will give the lesson. Mary circle will meet with Mrs Eel. Blanchard and Miss Neva Thompson assisting. Mrs Frederick Schultr will have the lesson. Ru'b r.oilic of Washington. D. C'. visited from Tuesday tili Thursday with Hov. and Mis C E. Nordlno aiul family. Mr and Mrs I 1 . M. Christenson v.sit".: with W. C. Heiler Ttits- Mrs Jesse Blanchard Jr. held a Junior Legion Auxiliary meeting at her homo Thursday alter :-c'ioel. Nine junior members we"o present and made 100 nut cups tn bo sent to Woodward. | Mr and Mrs Fred Gennch at; 'elided a county rural carrier I meeting in Swea City Thursday evening at the Dick Berg home. Lawrence Gcit7.enauer, Fritz I Newbrough and James Mnrlow ! were guests Thursday evening tor supper at Esthcrville Hotel in Ksthervi'le, cnmyjlimentp of Gol- aen Sun Milling C(Miipany. Mrs Donald Blanchard attended the Alec Templeton concert in Algona Wednesday evening. Funeral For C. W. Swanson Tifonka Tilonka — Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon at 2 p.m. at the Methodist ehureh in Titonka for Conrad W. Swanson, who passed away at the veterans hospital in Des Moines Nov. 5. The Rev. Max Goldman was in charge of services. Burial was in the Buffalo Township cemetery. Pallbearers were Evert Post, Pete Ubben, Tom Young, Harvey Johnson, Bill PetersoiCand Glenn Parcel. Conrad W. Swanson, 60, was born May 1, 1896 at LaSalle, 111:, to Mr and Mrs John Swanson. At the age of 10 he and his parents came to Iowa where on Feb. 25, 191H he enlisted at Algona in World War I. He served in the infantry and left the United States May 15, 1918 for overseas duty. He returned May 20, 1920. He was preceded in death by his parents and a sister. One half-brother, John Swanson of Rockforcl, 111., survives. He is also survived by two uncles, Andrew and Otto of Minneapolis. The military services were in charge of the' Kennedy Post, V.F.W., and the Breen Post, American Legion. CLOSING OUT 2 miles southwest of St. Joe; Iowa; 4 miles northeast of Bode; 5 miles northwest of Livermore — lues., November 20,1956 Beginning at 12 o'clock — Lunch Wagon on Grounds 36 HEAD OF HEREFORDS 17 White Face Cows 1 Hereford Bull, 4 years old 18 WP Calves 300 PULLETS Late May Hatch 60 FEEDER PIGS 130 Pounds MACHINERY and EQUIPMENT 1951 Oliver 77 Tractor; 1955 Oliver 88 Diesel Tractor, 500 hours; 1952 John Deere MT Tractor; 4 section Harrow; 12 ft. Kewanee Tandem Disk, on wheels; 15 ft. Land Roller; Case Rotary Hoe; 16 ft. Field Cultivator; 4 row Oliver Cultivator; 2 row John Deere Cultivator; International, 6 ft. Mower; 4 row International Corn Planter; 2 row/, John Deere Planter; 10 ft. Massey Harris Combine, self propelled; 20 ft. Massey Harris Disk, new; John Deere Grain Elevator, 50 ft., 2 years old; 1951 Oliver Mounted Corn Picker; 11 ft. Grain Auger with motor; John Deere, heavy duty Trailer with hoist and 6 x 12 box; Trailer with rack; New Idea Manure Loader, Horn 505; Wagon with Flare Box; International Side Rake; A. C. Rotor Baler; John Deere 12 ft. Grain Swather, new; Twin-Draulic Sprayer; Int. 14 in. 2 bottom Plow, new; 3 bottom, 14 in. Case Plow; New Idea Spreader; John Deere Spreader; Needier Burr Mill, new; 12 ft. McDeering Spring Tooth Harrow; No, 30 McDeer- ing Corn Shelter; Int. Hay Loader; Tumbling Ground Scraper; Little Giant Fertilizer Spreader; Air Compressor; Feed Rack for hay; Snow Scoop; Heat Houser for Oliver 77; Hog Ringing Chute; Two 2-pen Hog Houses, 6 x 14, 14 x 20; 2 Norton Hog Feeders, 10 ft., and 12 ft.; 65 bu. Hog Feeder; Pride of the Farm Stock Waterer. """ 2-4 bu. Chicken Feeders; 10 bu. Feeder; 500 Chick Electric Brooder; 300 gal. Oil Barrel with Stand; smaller chick feeders and waterers; small tools and other miscellaneous items. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Crosley Electric Cook Stove, like new; Dining Room Table wilh protectors; 3 Burner Kerosene Stove with Oven; 9 x 12 Wool Hug; Picnic Table; 2 Complete Beds and Dressers; R. C, A. Victor Radio; Several Table Lamps; Food Grinder and Sluffer; Lawn Seat and Chair; Fruit Jars and 5 Gal. Stone Jars. TERMS: CASH — no property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for uccidents. J Good Neighbor Deed Twenty-two men turned out to pick corn for Ernest Smidt Wednesday. Ernest has been hospital- i/eri with a badly injured shoulder after an elevator accident which, occured on his farm. He is now ncupcrating ,it his lioine. Tin- men used six pickers, two elevators plus tractors and wagons tor the job. It was completed in one clay. The neighborhood women prepared the meal for the hard working men. Those helping wore: Al George. Elmer Boyken, Fred Schmidt, Ben Buss. Wayne pc stermann, Henry Mayland Jr., Ervin Gt-isking, Burl Letcher, Bill Mayland, Carl Guesking Jr., Melvin Buss. Lewis Geisking, Johnny Oestermann, R o g e r Sehim'dt. Gail Girard, Art l-o.M. Marlin Mayland, Lowell Schmidt, John Plasier, Elmer Englcbarts and Bob Fisher. Mrs Wibben, 80 Mrs Clauy Wibben celebrated her 80th birthday Sunday by having 53 guests present during the afternoon, Mrs Wibben has been in comparatively good health and enjoyed Hie day with her family and friends. Those who attended were Mr and Mrs Richard Countryman and family of Lakola. Mr and Mrs John Wibben and sons of Elmore, Minn., Mr and Mrs Willrett and boys of Burt. Mr and Mrs Louis Price and family of Lakota, Mr and Mrs Ben Ffiulkin of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs George Wibben of Hartsburg, 111., Mrs Dena Saligee~ of Clear Lake, Mr and Mrs Herman Willrett of Britt. Mr and Mrs A. R. Willrett of Algona, Mr and Mrs Ben Wibben and girls of Algona, Mr and Mrs M. J. Taylor and family of Algona, Mr and Mrs Ernie Haack of Livermore, Mr and Mrs Ervin Emils and family of Ringsdorf, Mr and Mrs Albert Wibben and family of Bancroft and Mrs Henry DeWall also of Bancroft. PTA Meets Nov. 19 The November meeting of the Parent Teachers Association will be held Monday evening. Nov. 19, at the school gymnasium. There will be special music, a report on American Education Week, and the guest speaker will be Mrs Leon Blake, poet and lecturer of Estherville. whose topic will be "Poets Gold". The Lunch committee consists of Mr and Mrs Harold Gartner and Mr and Mrs Harry Mehlan as chairman and Mr and Mrs Fred Asa, Mr and Mrs John Beenkcn, Mr and Mrs Jerry Boekelman, Mr and Mrs Ray Cunningham, Mr and Mrs Erwin Eden, Mr and Mrs Lester Eden, Mr and Mrs Robert Hutehinson, Mrs Mary Oesterreieher, Mr and Mrs George Seeburg and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Swan. Mr and Mrs Virgil Miller of Albert Lea, Minn., were Sunday dinner guests at the Elmer Woig- and home. Mr and Mrs Dick Harringa attended the funeral of Mrs Sophie Holland, 85, of Forest City Saturday afternoon at the Trinity Lutheran church. Mr and Mrs Wm. L. Rode and Linda Lou were guests Sunday afternoon at the Menno Everding home. Mr and Mrs Jay Budlong attended friendship night of the Eastern Star at Burt Monday evening. The guest speaker was Mrs Max Goldman. Mrs Bernadine Gerard was surprised Tuesday evening when members of the sewing club gathered at her home for a house warming party. She and her husband, Wm. Girard, moved in the Lucy Newville home a few weeks ago. The evening was spent socially after a sack lunch was enjoyed by the club. The Titonka Womens Club met with Fern Doekstader Thursday evening. The roll call was suggestions for the Brownie club of which Mrs Easton is leader. Members of the club participated in making Christinas crafts which was in charge of Mary Staudt of Algona. Jim Neilson, 11 month old, son of Mr and Mrs Robert Neilson of Albert Lea, Minn, has been a patient at a Rochester hospital for the past two weeks. He was very sick at first but is now improving. Mrs Neilson will be remembered :n Titonka as the former Donna Miller. Mrs Ralph Harms underwent major surgery at the Buffalo Center hospital Friday. It is expected that .she will be home in a week. Mr and Mr,, Glenn Miller and girls accompanied Mr.-; Leonard Callies to Versailles, Mo. Friday where they spent the weekend visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs Wayne Miller and girls. Mrs Martin Brandt entered the Buffalo Center hospital Saturday evening and is undergoing treatment and observation. The regular monthly meeting of tin- Titonka Chamber of Commerce has been postponed to Tasty "Op fir Quick. Meals! MACARONI-AND-CHEESE dome* cooi&l ut Livermore State Bank, Clerk Anderson & Kleve, Auctioneers with KRAFT GRATED In thot through- ond-lhroujjh them flavor Kraft Dinner is a timesaver and a menu-maker! Stock up today — it costs only pennies. So /u/ic/y for school lunches, emergency I r, r 3 I -,. And g O O r J calm' uhvayi! t Monday evening, Nov. 19. This postponement was made necessary because of the holiday falling on the 12th. This will be a important meeting and everyone is urged to attend. Khonda and .Deborah Budlong, d.uiijhters of Mr and Mrs Donald fUHlon;,', celebrated their first and third birthdays, respectively, Sunday. Both girls were born un the 2t;th of October, so this was the first double celebration for them. Dinner quests were Mrs Roy Budloni:, Mr and Mrs Harold Gaitner, Sandra and Diane, and Kdilh and Hazel Budlong. Ci nests at tending the party in the afternoon were Mr and Mrs Robert BudLni.u and girls, Mr and Mrs Donald Buffington and family of Forest City, Mr and Mrs Harold Jones and Mrs Agnie Stoutenberg of Swea City, Mr and Mrs Clarke Miller,, and family, and Mr and Mrs Harry Mehlan and family. There will be a meeting of the Band Mothers Nov. 12 at the Titonka school to determine the committees to serve the meal for the alumni banquet, which will be held Kriday evening, Nov. 23. kveryone is urged to attend this meeting. Maude and Etta Sleeker received a call from Mrs Leo Sei- berls of Grimes that their son Edwin, 9 years old, had received a broken leg above the ankle, Saturday, while he and an older brother were on the highway to deliver a tractor they Had sold. Mrs Glenn Miller entertained her sewing club. The evening was spent planning for the Christmas party which will be held the first part of December. Mr and Mrs Walker McDonald entertained Mr and Mrs Lou Stot.ts of Shevlin, Minn, from Sunday till Wednesday. Mrs McDonald and Mrs Stotts were school day chums. * Mrs Minnie Oesterreieher entertained her bridge club Tuesday afternoon and in the eve- unit; she entertained her Thursday Bridge Club. Mrs Jay Budlong, Mrs Fern Doi-kstader and Edith and Hazel Budlong attended the first number of the Community Concert Association at Algona Wednesday evening. Jae Givens, 19-year old son of Mr and Mr.s Morris Givens of Ti- tor.ka. is tht new temporary Star H'Hid: Mail Carrier from Garner to Lakota. He started his new job Saturday, Nov. 3. Ho travels a distance of 230 miles a day. Mr and Mrs Walker McDonald were Sunday guests at the homt of Walker's Brother, Edwin McDonald and family who live at, Menlo. Mrs Paul Thaeker and sons moved to Indianola where they will make their home. Paul has been there helping out with his brothers, Fred and Richard, who run a market there, for the past three months. They loaded the furniture Tuesday and Wednesday Mrs Thaeker and sons left by ear. They spent Tuesday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs Everett Rippentrop. PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE, IOWA Friday, Nov. 16 SPIKE HASKELL Sunday, Nov. 18 LYNN KERNS Thursday, Nov. 22 Thanksgiving Dance DON HOY Friday, Nov. 23 FRANK BUHR Sunday, Nov. 25 BUDDY MOORE No Advance Booth Reservations — Doors Open at 8:30 TOWN ACREAGE AT AUCTION As I have no use for my property as I am now working in Madrid, Iowa, I am offering my acreage located in Burt, Iowa, for sale on ., Nov. 16th 1:30 P.M. This is a chance for some family who wish to retire and still have a little land to work. This place consists of house, well, and outbuildings and 16 town lots. There is electricity in the buildings. Come and inspect these premises at any time. TERMS ARE — 20% on sale date and balance in cash when abstract showing merchantable title is furnished. Purchaser will be required to enter into contract with usual clauses. Mr. Simeon Esarey will also offer for sale his entire line of farm machinery consisting of tractor, cultivators, disc, also 20 bushel all metal rotary hog feeder; another 20 bushel hog feeder, several rolls of woven wire, tools, equipment, a couple of portable buildings, household goods and other articles too numerous to mention. Terms—cash. No property to be removed until settled for. Irs. Grace Esarey Owner Carrol Fraser, Auctioneer Burt Savings Bank, Clerk Not responsible for any accidents day of sale. Mr and Mrs Wilbur Christensen and three children moved on Thursday to their new home in Dell Rapids, S. D. Wilbur is going to work in a produce plant in Sioux Falls. Portland Club Meets Nov. 15 home of Mrs Pat Rnsmussen, with Mrs Ella Meyer, Mrs Herb Weydert and Mrs Howard Sparks assisting. A lesson on "freezing" will be given by Mrs John Carlson and Mrs Sumner Parsons. The city of Savannah, Georgia was founded by James Oglethor- Portland Progress Club will meet Thursday, Nov. 15, at the UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends PUBLIC AUCTION We will sell ihe following described properly at public auction on the farm, 2 miles north of Buffalo Center, Iowa on Friday, November 16th Sale starts at 12:30 p.m. The Esther Circle of the Methodist Church will sell lunches. 165 Head of Livestock 67 Top Quality young Suffolk ewes, bred to start lambing Feb. 10. 7 Suffolk rams 88 fall pigs, seven weeks old, vaccinated for erysipelas. 1 red family cow and her 5 month steer calf. 1 Berkshire boar, IVa year old. Farm Machinery, Etc. John Deere 60, live PTO 8t hyd., wide front; 4-row John Deere quick-tach cultivator; 3-14 John Deere plow; HVi John Deere .field cultivator; 15' John Deere disc; 200 John Deere picker; New Holland 66 PTO baler; New Idea 12A manure spreader; Lindsay 20' flexible lever drag; Gehl 10" PTO mill; 10' EzeeFlow fertilizer spreader. The above equipment is all between 2'- / 2 and 3 years old 1948 Ford tractor; Ford mower; Ford bell pulley and PTO converter; 10 x 28 tractor chains; 1951 4-row BlackHawk planter with new fertilizer attachment; 1951 42' elevator; John Deere overhead hoist; 1950 Minneapolis side rake; 1948 52R International combine with engine; binder windrower; endgate seeder; three rubber- tire wagons, 1 new; 2 flare boxes; 2 flat racks. 300-gallon gas barrel; 90 gallon sodium fluoride for tractor tires; heat houser for 60 John Deere and Ford; Ward's tank air compressor; 1 Horsepower electric motor; grease gun filler; elaslrator; wire winder; 2 hand sprayers; ladders; Sears rotary lawn mower; loading chute; 90-gallon water tank; handyman jack; electric tank heater; 50 steel electric fence posts; 80' snow fence; lamb brooders; ram marking harness; sheep branding markers; 45 bushel and 10 bushel rotary hog feeders; 3 cattle grain bunks; 2 catlle hay bunks; numerous sheep and lamb bunks; steel post driver; barbed wire stretcher 1600 bales alfalfa brome; 180 bales straw _ HOUSEHOLD GOODS """" 52-gallon Hotpoint electric water healer; Badger water softener; washing machine; 2 oil burners; baby bassinette and bathinette; Ward's electric sewing machine; army cot and mattress; electric range; 3 dressers, 2 cabinets; boy's bike; tricycle; John Deere toy riding tractor; Sears home pasteurizer; playpen and pad; baby jumper chair; National Pressure canner and a Burpee Pressure canner. My brother, Phillip T. Lee of Fairmont will sell a 1944 Ford tractor with step-up transmission; 2-14 Ford plow; and a Coats platform hoist. _^ There will be very little junk to be sold on this sale, so try to come early. TERMS:—Usual Terms, not responsible for accidents that might happen on the grounds. Mr and Mrs Wesley Lee, Owners Farmers Trust & Savings Bank Bob and Jack DeVriot Buffalo Center, Clerk Auctioneers 46* Step info the wonderful world of AUTODYNAMICS SWEPT- WING Swept-Wing '57 Dodge Custom Royal 4-Door Sedan It unleashes a hurricane of power It breaks through the vibration barrier It is swept-wing mastery of motion Your cye5 immediately tell you that this new Swept- Wing Dodge is a thing of real beauty! Daring in concept. Am' in silln>nciie. sleek and rakish <>f line ! And every promise of exhilarating performance you sense in its low-slung, racy lines is brilliantly fullillc'd on the road. 7'/;/.v Sw/ii-ll'iiig Di/t/gc is a spitfire in adieu.' • // iinlciHlics u liurriaiii,' of power from a mighty new aircraft-type V-8 engine, tamed by new TorqueFhte I'Uih-Button Drive. • // breaks through the vihratian harrier with a new rubber-mounted suspension system- Dodge Torsion-Aire —that features race car torsion-har springing. • It K .vitr/>Mv;>j# nmsti:rv m< motion in a sweetheart of a car only 411 feet high that has no equal in the way it coiners, handles, and rides. The wonderful world of Autodynamics is waiting for you at your nearby Dodge dealer's. See and dri\e the Swept-Wmg Dodge tothiv! RCIVAL MOTORS - 800 S. Phillips St.. Algona, Iowa

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