The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 11, 1956 · Page 2
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2-Alaona (la.) Upper D«* Mo In** Tuesday, December It, 1956 \~ Algona Upper Des Meines FARM SALE CALENDAR Farm sides appearing in the Algona Upper Des Moines will receive free listing in this column every week, and also will be broadcast before the sale day over Algona's radio station KLGA on the 11:55 a.m. and 4:25 p.m. news. Sale advertising in the Algona Upper Des Moines reaches more families in this area than through any other advertising medium. List your sale dates early with the Upper Des Moines. Wed. Dec. 12 — Clarence, Zu- maeh, 1 "-4 miles west of Lotts Creek, or 4 mi. south and 1% east of Fenton, complete closing out sale \yith a complete line of farm machinery and 10 head of black cattle. Lone Rock Bank, clerk, and Yungeberg and Quinn, auctioneers. Dec. 14* Friday — Humboldt Livestock Auction, I p.m. Sale details today, Dec. 14, Friday — Closing out auction of Corwith Implement Co., Corwith, la. New and used machinery. Sale details today. Roiling & Leek, auctioneers: Corwith State Bank, clerk. Dec. 19, Wednesday — Cliftcr Sykes and Son, 2 miles north sine' 'i east of Sweu City. 55 head Holstein cattle, hoghouse.s, feed, feeders, etc. Quinn & Clark, auctioneers. Details on sale later. Thursday. Dec. 20 — Howard Miller complete closing out sale with a complete line of machinery' and white-face cows and calves. Yungeberg & Quinn, auctioneers. Iowa State Bank, clerk. Full details in UDM later. Jan. 3, Thursday — Robert Berkeland. 2 W., 2 N., Vi W. ol, Fenton. Complete line machinery, ,25 head springing Holstein heifers, etc. Lloyd Berkland & Lyle Benson, auctioneers; First Trust & Savings Bank, Fenton. clerk. Jan. 8, Tuesday — Charles Colwell of LuVerne will have a complete closing out farm auction. Full details later in the Upper Des Moin,es. Jan. 9, Wednesday — Lawrence Newbrough sale, •% west Lone Rock, Line IHC machinery, 125 pwes. Yungeberg & Quinn, auctioneers. Details later. Jan. 10. Thursday — Earl Crouch dairy dispersal sale, 2Vi N., 1 E., and Vi north of Fenton. Lloyd Berkland, auctioneers. Sale details later, Jan. 10. Thursday — Ed Ellwood, 5 mi. south and a /i mile oast of Algona, complete closing out of nearly new lino of machinery and white-face cattle. Yungsbcrg & Quinn, auctioneer.", Iowa State Bank, clerk. Jan. 31. Thursday — A. N. Erpelding will hold a big sale, including much excellent machinery, at the farm 4 east on McGregor St, and IVi miles south of Algona. Quinn.& Roiling wiP bo the auctioneers; Iowa State Bank. Algona, clerk. Sale details. Wiltgen Jewelers * * • • Surprise'Gift ...'fora Christinas • Stocking! / SHE AFFER S, CARTRIDGE PEN pin and two Skfip ca/lridg«» ft. 1m ttd| Ut«U|II Ut MlOiti lUtH, till « « real fountain pen that fill* like 9 ballpoint * choice of 6 point* • rainbow of colors,' combination! f' ~^ tt.'^fc- V-. M 'MM***" »»*'* v * Yowr Purchase Beautifully Qift-Wrapp«d At WILTGEN JEWELER in t!»e Upper DCS Moinos prior to the sale. Feb. 14, Thursday—Wm. Huisman. 1 M> miles west of rainbow bridgt- at Titoiikn. complete line nt' very good machinery and Holstfin cows. Quinn & Yuttfic- bors, auctioneers, Tilonka -Savings Bank, clerk. Annual Sisters Party Algona's C. "D. of A. court was host at the Academy hall. Monday evening, Nov. 26, at the annual party tor Sisters of the Presentation here. Following supper, the Sisters and members enjoyed a program and games and the Sisters wore presented with a pig ready for the freezer by the C..D.A. and a large dressed turkey by Mrs Wm. Specht, Mrs Uuano Arend, Mrs John Giscii. Mrs Larry Gisch and Mrs L G;sch Sr. ' ' Chairladics for the event were Mrs Paul St-elev pnd Mrs Gene Hood. Nov. 29 a C. D. of A. meeting was held in the VFW hall for the purpose of receiving eight new members, Mrs Elizabeth Degan, Mrs Clem McEvoy, Mrs James Ut f , Mrs Bob Derrick, Mrs Lrnorn Hiltz. Mrs Everett Tripp, Mrs James McF&rland and Mrs James Kelley. Chairladics were Mrs Helen Mikes and Mrfc Joe Bradley. A potluck supper was served and District Depulv Rosalia Bor- inann of St. Joe look part in the initiation ceremony. Next meeting is Thursday eve- nine, Dec. 13,'in the VFW hall. There will be a short business meeting and Christmas party. Chairladios will be Mary Schneider, Rita Frankl, Helen Peterson, Marjorie Shillington and Donne Roethler. Gift exchange will be replaced by a plan to donate 50 cents each to a fund for Christmas gifts for children at Woodward State Hospital and St. Anthony's Or- phange. At Company Dinner Mr and Mrs M. C. Thompson have returned from Omaha, Neb., where they attended the annual directors meeting of the Thompson Distributing Co. and the dinner for the wives which was given at the Hill Top cale. Others in attendance were members of the family, Mr and Mrs A. F. Thompson, Mr and Mrs AJ Thompson, Mr and Mrs Loren Thompson and Mr and Mrs Emil Hansen of Omaha, Mr and Mrs Lome Thompson of Fort Dodge and Mr anc! Mrs Tucker, Mr and Mrs Eric Williams and Mr and Mrs George Young, also of Omaha. The TKompsons spent thq' ey,C.nin{£ with Mr and Mrs Broil •'••Hsinsen. son-in-law and daughter of Mr and Mrs A. F. Thompson. The Thompson families and Mr and Mrs Hanson ;m> funner residents here. W.S.C.S. Xmas Parties Circles of the Methodist WSCS will meet for Christmas parties on the following dates—October circle, Dec. 13 with Mrs Martin Becker, a one' o'clock pot-luck luncheon. November circle with Mrs Wesley Bartletl. Deccmb'jr circle, December 20 with Mrs Leonard Malueg, a pot-luck luncheon at one o'clock. January circle December 20 with Mrs Owen Hirt, a pot-luck luncheon at one o'clock. February circle with Mrs Chester Schoby December 20 at 2 o'clock. March circle with Mrs Don Nclr.on December 13, pot-luck luncheon at 1 o'clock. April circle with Mrs Stanley Muckcy December 13, a potluck luncheon. May circle with Mrs X. R. McQuiston December 13, a pot-luck luncheon at one o'clock. s Youth Fellowship Congregational Youth Fellowship will hold a special candlelight Christinas service, Oct. 10, at 7:30. Readers of a Xmas story will be Steve Hrtllauer, Pally Cowan. Ben Herbst. and Judy Cuwan. Organist, Daw Hute'hins. Choir will be made up of members of Youth Fellowship. There will be a special solo by Jin Ho Kim, a Korean boy. Ushers will be Tom Anderson Richard Hutchins and Bucky Budiamm. Assisting wit!) the candlelight service, Carol Kenyon, Francio Zic.^'ler and Mary Sue Hallauer. The public is cordially invited Four Corners Club Tin 1 Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club v/ill mcc-' Thursday,'December 13, lor a 1 o'clock luncheon at Mrs Russell Walker's Vi-fla Nfiller and Bernice Shaw will assist. Each memlx-r is iv oucsted to bring u fifty cent^ toy wrapped and marked "IJo.y" or "Girl". Used clothing is also requested and all will be sent to an orphanage at Council Bluffs. Tlit- program will be in charge of Evelyn McNeill and Irene iloldren. 500 Club Hosts Mr and Mrs Lee Sclicnck entertained members of their ")00 '.•lub Sumiav fvcnin'u. Five tables wt. re in play and hi;;h se"re j-.ri/es we'll 'to Mrs Clarcnr• Met/fjL-r and Ralph Taylor, low .•(•( re pnxrs to Mr and Mrs Caro" \Vii] e!l ar::| travel oi'i.'e was w.Jll by Mrs Honry De;uvi!s Jr. 1 Mr:i's Club Meeting Tin- Men'.- Club oi the Mclh- i<il. -! '.'Kuich !i niecti.'iu 'hi* i-ve- lii:i^ (Tiie.-^lav) ;-t l!u l churc.h lot ... fix-thirlv iiiniur. An illu.>lrai- i-il !...\xl t.'.'ii; \\',;o yiven by Clar. r.c. r \Vc:.ti..ill v, :KI rci.'chtiy visi'.- • .i Af.-n.-a and music: 1 numbers i>- i : ;:• -f '..-.•' . H..|i Ml .: t:-':i I'l'il • ,! :i-,f ! •.••!! . .'.;•. Return From Vacation Mr and Mrs Fred Plumb returned home December 2, after a two week's vacation. They visited Mr Plumb's mother, Mrs Walter Plumb, who makes her home with a son at Downers Grove, Illinois, and various other relatives in the Chi' - Mj>o area. From there they went to southern Illinois to visit an aunt at Hogers- town. The last week was spent at Great Bend. Kansas with the son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Gilbert Ilan/.licek and three sons. 8th Grade Dance Club The Eighth-Graders dancing club met Wednesday evening, December 3 in the gym at the Lucia Wallace school with 102 present out of 109 members, Mrs M. G. Bourne played piano foi the dancing. Officers were elected as follows; Jerry Gadc, president; Karen Alt. vice president: Sharon Scott, secretary, treasurer. The next meeting will be held January 3. Bel Canto Luncheon Members of the Bel Canto Club arc meeting Wednesday Decem- ber 12 for a dessert luncheon at Jeatiie Bangs'. Assisting hostesses are Helena DoddS, Pal ChrischiUeS, Mary* 1 Staiidt and ClaYis Kresensky. .k ' ; . Yule-Log Party The annual Yule-log party of the Girl Scouts will be held Saturday, Dec. 15, at the Country Club. If there,is snow the gjrfs are to bring their sleds. TThe hours are from 1 to 3 o'clock and refreshments will be served. Hosts To Personnel Mr and Mrs M. C. Thompson are entertaining the store personnel and the wives and husbands at a Christmas party Dec Ifi. Dinner will be served at 5:3(J and will be followed by a social evening and gift exchange.• ,. *•' Seventh Birthday Susan Pctter, daughter of Mr and Mrs James Potter celebrated her seventh birthday Friday anc 1 had as supper and over-night guests Linda Martin, Cindy Potr t'-r- and Sandra Harmcs. Hostess Bridge-Luncheon Mrs C. R. LaBarre entertained Cfor/s/mos Gift Spec/a// 2'/2LB.BOX QUEEN ANNE Chocolates LIGHT and DARK ASSORTMENT \ Delicious assortment in attractive Christmas gift box. "SOVEREIGN" CHOCOLATES Delicious assortment of milk and dark chocolates in brightly decorated gift box. 9 CC 5 LB. BOX _'_ fciWU CHOCOLATE COVERED CHERRIES Big tender maraschinos cordialled in flowing vanilla creme. Heavily covered with dark delicious chocolate . ..^ BOX a small group of friends at : bridge - lunehepn Friday afternoon. Pri?6s weri>won 'by.Jvlra Charles Paflerdbn tfthd'MM dh&< ter Schobv..' ; ''.,',••• Here Vrom Chicago Mrs Mary Potter came frotfi Chicago last week to attend the fiftieth wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Elmer Potter. LOCALS , Mr and Mrs A. F. Schwtppe spent the weekend at St. Paul, Minn., with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Norbert Hattendorf. Adele Herbst, a student at Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls, spent her between quarters vacation with her mother, Mrs Olive Herbst. Mr and Mrs Ira Kohl attended an Iowa Fire Chiefs Association meeting at Atlantic Sunday, Dec. 2. Kohl is Algona's fire chief. Mrs Kohl was a lucky winner of a door prize given at the meeting. Mfi Don Wt»l is h*r« from Des Mpinis td fee with her mother, Mfs A, D.'.iehfhahft who had been in. 31. Arift hospital & few" cftyi dU&eJrint<wltti a bad cold. It >*pect*d she will be dismissed 'W#w%*lfc-' •'; ' • . "' ' MOWN*' :BOLUS' KAO-STREP* now /A ui fttr Jug Informitm A» AdrtfiiMd In Farm It Home Section RUSK DRUG SPECIAL! On Sale Starting Tomorrow Men's soft-napped,; sanforized flannel gift shirts • . - ••..'•' • • '••• These are distinctive, well-made, shirts •• that he will really like. Wide choice of beautiful plaid color combinations, stripes and check effects. Smpll, medium and large. Be early for yours. •.: PHONE 1100 - YOUR NEWSPAPER Gift Sptclal ^*"t_ i <>W;itii'il'i FULL - FASHIONED PERFECT QUALITY, 60 GAUGE SHEERS! New shades for now and spring. Save at this special ' price. Sizes 8>/a lo 11. GET A BOX OF 6 AND GET DOUBLE SAVINGS ! 6 PRS. FOR 3.64 are comforting gifts Circus Pets Soft, cuddly, adorably styled animal slippers. Wide selection of materials, characters and' colors. Sizes 4 to 12. 1.79 OPEN TIL 9 EVERY NIGHT TIL CHRISTMAS Men's Leather Opera Nuron crepe soles, piped in black. Plaid lined. Sizes 6's to 12 Fur Trimmed Satin Soft-sole platform, beautifully faille lined. Black, red or blue. I I 4 to 10 _. l«t Soft Sole Poodle Cloth Beautifully made platform style. Fur trimmed. White or red. , Sizes 5 to 9 Child's Hard Sole Multi • colored embroidered satin with white fur I I trim. Sues 9 to 3 .. l« MEN'S GIFT S & L LOW PRICED luxurious 100% ,|. orlon pullovers 5.95 The softest most e.'o"--: r.wsater in any man's ward- rob?! Lightweight, yet ::o warm. A choice oi many colors. Small, medium and large. Child's Felt Boot Cozy warm felt in red or blue contrasting collars. Infants to 5; * x Misses to 3 Women's Peny Pretty yet practical I Smart looking black and white fabric. Soft sole. A AA Sizes 4 to 9 *i*IV Fleece Lined Moc Soil shearling cuff on ce*y warm red or blue A AA suedine. Si?,*s 4 to 9- *»ww Men'* Felt Everett The coziest slippers ever i Soft w»*m felt with kid tip. Wine ox bJuje. Men's 7 to 12; Boy's 2 to 6. heavy all-tfool ski sweaters 7.95 For the outdoor man! A handsome warm sweater with bright authentic ski patterns. Many rich color combinations. Small, medium and large. Men's 100°° All-Wool Worsted Coat Sweater Smartly ; tailored in sea foam, camel and silver. Sizes 31 to 46 _. 5.95 men s broadcloth pajamas 2. He will wclco.me ihcsa pajamas. Fiuo count broadcloth in colorful patterns. Popular coat style. Trousers have elastic waistbands. A, B, C and D. MfN'S HEAVYWEIGHT FLANNEL PAJAMAS Gay prints in coat style or middy pullover. A, B, C ( and D.. I. 3.29

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