4-Algona (la.) Upper DM MdlmM Tuesday, November 13, 1$56 Peter Chubb, Ex Algonan, Dies in Calif. A well-known former Aluonaii Peter R. Chubb. 44. diod Monday morning in a hospital at Sant;i Monica, Cal. Funeral service? were held Wednesday. Nov. 7 in the Presbyterian church there. Mr Chubb had suffered from arthritis for several years. He was hospitalized twn weeks age end had been ill since August. Cause of death was inflamation of the brain, due to drugs administered for arthritis. Pete was born here Jan. 21 1912. He was the son of Charier E. and Ethel Chubb. Pete attended school here and graduate?" from Alirom high school. He at tende-1 Iowa State College at Am<\s for (wo years, then w;u employed by th'> stnle hishwv commission ' here for several years. Ho was married to Philomina Quinn, an Algona girl, here, and they later moved to California Mr Chubb was in the engineering department at Douglas Aircraft since the move was made from Aleona 1-7 years ago. He is survived by his mother, Mrs Ethel Chubb, Algona; his wife, a son, Jimmy, 20, a daughter, Linda, 13, and twin boys David and Mike, 12. Other survivors include two sisters and two brothers. They are: Helen (Mrs R. C. Dewel), Algona; Josephine (Mrs R. H. Lacy), Playa del Rey, Cal.; Jim, Hermosa Beach, CaL; and Bill, Minneapolis. Hurt News Miss Esther Hesse spent the \vrekencl at her parent's home Mr Emil Hasse. Miss Hasse tcachos the 3rd grade at Slory City. On Sunday Miss Alvinr Has?se and Mrs Tom Larsen took Esther back to Story City. On their way home they stopped in A in PS to visit John Hasse and David Christenson who are freshmen at Iowa State, College, Ames. The Burl Post Office got a face lifting last week with the remodeling of the post office. New lock boxes were installed also a new window for money orders' and stamps. It is a wonderful improvement over the old post office which had a few lock boxes and a few call boxes. Mr and Mrs Bill Walker of Algeria visited at the Guy Giddings home Sunday. The Lutheran Ladies Aid had a bake sale at Peter Corner Store November 6th. Mr and Mrs Carl Ewoldt and daughter Elva, Jessie Smith and Henry Ewoldt and 4 grandchildren were dinner guests at the Weise Brothers home. Sunday Oct. 28. In honor of Rosa Weise's birthday. Mrs Henry Mantis, Mrs Loi? f runknill. Mrs' Joe 2anke Wftj Mrs W. Hamstreef were gueSt* W Miss Ro'sa Weise's- home Oct. 29 in honor of Rosa's birthday. Mrs Alvina Powers left Nov. 4th for her sort, James, honte in Melbourn, Iowa. She is to m there till alter the first of the year and then she will fd .to Howard Powers home till spring BANCROFT Mr and Mrs William Kennedy are the parents of a son boPn Tuesday in St. Ann hospital. The Kennedys have two other fchil- dren. Mr and Mrs A. W. Kennedy nre the grandparents. Assault Charge In Court Here An Aigona man, Dennis EUer pleaded guilty during a prelimin ary hearing on charges of assault and battery in Justice C. H. Ost- winkle's court, Nov. G, Charges were filed by Eller'f- Wife, Siiirley, following an altercation Monday. Eller was sentenced to 10 days in jail by the justice after the guilty plea. To ALL who helped in any way in our campaign for your loyalty, time and untiring efforts. Kossuth County Democratic Central Committee Mrs. Pat Berkness County Chairwoman M. Joseph Bradley County Chairman COMPLETE CLOSING OUT PUBLIC Farm Auction Because of my health, I will hold a complete closing out farm auction of my personal property at the farm located 3'/« miles east of Algona on black top; or 1 mile south, 3'/« miles west of Sexton, on Sale Starts at 12:30 19 - Head of Livestock - 8 cows (springing) includes 2 black, 9 white - faced calves, includes 3 1 red, 5 white-faced, all with 3rd heifers and 6 steers, calf. MISCELLANEOUS 200 LEGHORN PULLETS 300 Bales alfalfa 100 Bales Prairie hay 200 Bales straw Hardwood lumber, 2x6, 8x10 ft. 2x2 Chicken roosts. Power mower. Boys bicycle. Bench elec. saw. Floor jack. Pop cooler. Set of tap and dies. 30 gal. cooker. Other articles too mention'. numerous to 1 white-faced bull, 3 years old. 1 yearling white-faced heifer. BUILDINGS 1 — 10 x 12 brooder house. 1—8 x 10 brooder house. 1—6 x 8 building. 1—4 x 4 pump house. 2 Tractors - Truck - Car AllU-Chalmers tractors WC, complete with lights and starter, and 2 Allis Chalmers WC cultivators. 1-1946 Ford V-8 truck with combination stock and grain box. 1-1949 Kaiser cqr. —New Idea 2-row corn picker. —28" Case steel thresh machine. —McP*ering corn planter, 4-row. -10 ft. J. D. binder. -6-*ection IHC harrow with steel evener. 2-15-ft. IHC discs. -IHC 2-bprtom 14" plow. —IHC endgate seeder. —IHC fertilizer spreader. 1—New Idea tractor mower. 1-Horse mower. 1—Farmers Friend elevator, jack and hoist. 2—Rubber-tired wagons. 2—Flare boxes. 2—Hay racks. 2-Steel-wheeled wagons. 1—Dump rake. 1—Potato plow. 1—Hand corn shelter. 1—Platform scale. *P eed ,1 -Steel water tank. I-Tank heater. 1—Circle saw. 1-Elec. pump jack. 1-300-gal. gas stand. 1-4-yd. gravel box. barrel on steel TERMS: Cash, or make arrangements with clerk. Nick Wagner — . _— ^s^^^^^^^ 1 Iowa State Bank, Algona, Clerk. Weisbrod Weisbrotl COMPLETE ClOSiMG OUT Due to the death of my husband I will sell the following described property at the farm located l'/a miles east of Fenton or V4 mile south and 3Vi miles west of Lone Rock on Sale starts at 12:00 sharp. Lunch on Grounds 18 HEAD OF FEEDING HEIFERS IS 20 Hampshire Gilts 20 8 Wet Sows 56 FaE! Pigs 56 CHICKENS 210-California Whites Pullets 200—California Whites year-old Hens 2,000 bales of 1st, 2nd and 3rd cutting of alfalfa hay — put up without any rain. 1,000 Bales of Straw. I 1953-John Deere 60 Tractor 1953-John Deere 227 - 2 row mounted corn picker 1949-John Deere Model A Tractor 1935-John Deere Model A Tractor 1950-John Deere 2 row cultivator 1950-John Deere 2 row corn planter oh rubber John Deere 20 foot Drag John Deere 15 foot disc John Deere Spring tooth Harrow John Deere 37 foot elevator with 12 foot ext. 1949—John Deere Spreader 1949—John Deere 7 foot tractor mower 1949—Allis Chalmers Side Delivery Rake 1950—Minneapolis 3-14 inch plow 1950-Stan Hoist Horn Loader and Snow Scoop Horn Stalk Cutter Tractor Sprayer McCcrmich Dcering Endgate Seeder Self Unloading Apron Type Wagon 5' x 10' Wagon Box 3—Four Wheeled Trailers on Rubber Flat Rack 1949 - 3-4 TON CHEVROLET PICK-UP- Low mileage & in excel, eond. 3 H.P. Motor Stand 2 bench grinders with motors Wrenches (all types) Grease Guns Forks Pipes A large assortment of pipe couplings 2 sets of 11 x 38 tractor chains Electric Welder 380 A-TransSormer-1949 Lots of Welding reds (all typss) Forge Air Compressor Shovels and Spades Large assortment cf bolts and nails 2—Elocfric ventilating fans Water Hoses Chisels, punches and socket sets, also ether articles too numsrous to mention. BUILDINGS Brooder House 10' x 12' Brooder House 12' x 16' Shed 8' x 10' Round Steel Bin (1000 bu. cap.) 2-125 bu. Self Feeders (like new) Auctioneers Note — This sale has an outstanding herd of hampshire gilts that would be excellent for breeding purposes. Also a large line of well cared for shop equipment and machinery. MISCELLANEOUS l-Fe9d Bunk 3' x 16' 1 Feed Bunk 2' x 12' 5—Farmer's Friend Hog Waterers 300 gal gas barrel with hcse 60 gal. gas barrel with hose Gas Barrel Stand 20—electric heat lamps 2—electric Brooder Stoves Miscellaneous scrap iron for welding use TERMS, Cqsh, no property to be removed until settled for or arrangements made with the clerk. NOT RESPONSIBLE IN CASE OF ACCIDENTS. T^^HKP^^ ^B^BP^ *(PP "!WF ^^^" ^^^p ^^^^^^^^P ^^^^^^^ ESTATE OWNERS Lloyd Berkland and Charles Quinn, Auctioneers Angus Cotton — Administrator The Lone Rock Bank, Clerk.
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