Installation Of New Officers, Lone Rock PVfO r; The . O. met last Thursday at the church parlors for & general meeting. Mrs Milton Madison, membership chairman, recognized the following new members and presented them gifts from the Presbyterian Womens Organization: Mrs Walter Thompson, Mrs Marvin Marlow, Mrs David Beck Sr., Mrs Roy Merchant and Mrs Leo Ramus. Mrs Delhiar Fischer acting as installation officer installed the following new officers for the coming year: Mrs Ronald Christenson, president; Mrs Milton Madison, first vice president; Mrs Herman Kramer, second vice and program chairman; Mrs Emma Hurlburt, secretary; Mrs Ruth Krueger, treasurer. Circle leaders are Mrs Ralph Hammerstrom, Mrs Clarence Martin and Mrs Roger Jensen. During the business meeting $50 was donated to the Presby- t6rian Home at Ackley and $50 to the Presbyterian camp at Okoboji. Hostesses were Mesdames Roger Jensen, Don Houck, W. G. Flaig, Clarence Kraft, Ray Black and Florence Schrader. Circle Xmas Parlies The Lone Rock P. W. O. Circles held their Christmas meeting last week at the following homes: Esther with Mrs Robert Fortney. There was a gift exchange. Mrs Don Houck presented a short Christmas program. The circle members presented their leader, Mrs Flaig, with an appreciation gift. Mrs Roy Jensen was hostess to the Christmas party of the Patsy circle, with Mrs Fred Dransfeldt assisting. Guests were Mrs Don Blanchard. Mrs Chas. Staudt, Miss Florence Yager, Mrs A. A. Krueger and Mrs Erich Seegebarth. Rockels 4-H Parly The Lone Rock Lively Rockets 4-H Club December meeting nnd Christmas party was held Saturday at the new elevator office in Lone Rock. Talks wore given by Jane Christenson, Linda Ramus and Nancy Fischer, Janece Kissner, Jane Kissner, Susan Montgomery and Jo Ann McCleish gave a report on the officers training school at Algona. Mothers and guest mothers were Mrs Ronald Christenson, Mrs Robert Hanna, Mrs Delmar Fischer, Mrs Ralph Thompson, Mrs Frederick Schultz, Mrs Leo Ramus, Mrs Lawrence Geitzenauer, Mrs F. Meyer, and leaders Mrs George Kissner and Mrs Sam McCleish. Mrs Flaig Hostess Mrs Mary Flaig entertained the Lone Rock Birthday club Tuesday afternoon at a Christmas party. Present were Mesdames Genrich. Jack Quinn, James Long, Ruth Krueger, Maude Blanchard, Rose Kraft and Frank Flaig. The afternoon was spent playing five-hundred with Mrs Quinn winning high, Mrs Long low, Mrs Frank Flaig travel and door prize. The Lone Rock Presbyterian church will present its Christmas Program. Sunday evening, December 23 at 7:30. Mr and Mrs Dick Schultz and family of Humboldt were Tuesday evening dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Chas. Staudt and family. Mrs Fred Genrich entertained the Mary circle at her home on Thursday afternoon. Mrs Win. Fischer who is a Guild of Intercessor was also a guest. There was a Christmas gift exchange among the children. A free will offering was taken to be sent to Duluth, Minn. Last Friday evening Mr and Mrs Clinton Rath and family, Mr and Mrs Maurice Weisbrod and family, Mr and Mrs Dale Wegener and family, Mr and Mrs Lawerence Rath and family were guests in Algona at the Harvey Ruth home. The occasion being the birthday of Doris. Mr and Mrs Don Houck attended the Christmas Festival of Music presented by Iowa State College at Ames on Sunday. Marjorie Houck sang in the soprano section of the choral group. Mr and Mrs Houck remained in Ames Monday and Tuesday where Mr Houck attended a telephone plant school on carrier equipment. Albert Schmidt entered Esther- yille hospital Wcdnsday for medical treatment. Mrs Leslie Johnson and Sue Ann spent ovcrnite Monday in Estherville at the home n| Mr and Mrs R. W. William. Tuesday morning Sue Ann entered Holy Family hospital for a tonsillectomy. They returned home Wednesday. ( As advtrtijtd in TIME ] IT'S EASIER TO WORK BETTER . . . when office fatigue caused by needless reaching, bending ind r.iovmK around are i thing of the past. See our Art Mct.il New Century Desks, each designed around a job function, and matching An Meui Cor/ccc Seating Office Chairt. Upper Des Moines Publishing Co. Phone 1100 Algona .Rev. C. fi. Nbrdihe attended Presbylerial tneetihg at Fort Dodge 6n Moriday. Mrs Mary Flaig was a guest Monaay evening in Burt at the Virgil Sthroeder home. Kathy Je'nsen Was a guest Tluujsaay atternoon in Algona at the JUean Jergensoh home in uonor of Barbara Jergenson's .--irihday. In the evening Mr and *«irs tioger Jensen and Rodney, -ur and Mrs- Frank FJaig called .nere. Margaret Fischer, student at Iowa btato Teachers College at Cedar falls, spent the quarter break with her parents, Mi and Mrs Delmar Fischer Mrs Ralph Thompson attended the Christmas party- of the Bme and White 4-H club at Bancrott at the Maurice Froehlie home. Mr nnd Mrs E. M. Jensen re eeived word that their son DicK who is a sophomore at the University of Arizona tied lor honors with two other students. The Fenton Townsmp Home makers club held their Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Milfred Mitchell. There was a gift exchange and 14 members, present. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Richards entertained in honor of their son BilJy's third birthday recently. Guests were Mr and Mrs Frank Richards and girls of Fort Dodge, Mr and -Mrs Ray Goodman and family of Algona, and Mr ana Mrs Harold fselson and family. Mr and Mrs Dale Schroedei were recent hosts at a card partj at their home. Present were Mi and Mrs Donald Chrischilles, Mr and Mrs Raymond Uthof of Fenion, Mr and Mrs Maurice Weis- brcd, Mr and Mrs Clinton. Rath, Mr and Mrs Dale Wegener, Mi and Mrs Merwyn Hurlburt and Mr and Mrs Roger Long. Prize.j went to Mrs Clinton Rath, high, Roger Long, high, Mrs Raymond Uthof, low, Mei wyn Hurlburt, low and Clinton Rath, travel. Mrc Leslie Johnson entertained Jerry Jensen, K«nnit Krueger and Jim Berninghaus at supper recently in honor of her son David's birthday. Mr and Mrs Roy Bierle and family called Sunday afternoon at the Raymond Bierle home. Mr and Mrs Leo Ramus and family were supper guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Dave Webei and family. Mr and Mrs Chas. Nelson o Cylinder were Sunday dinner guests at the Milfred'Mitchell home. Mr and Mrs Adolph Meyer visited Sunday atternoon at the Frank Meyer ,home. Sunday evening, Mr and Mrs A. J. Meyei of Ringsted visited at the Frank Meyer homo. Tenochtitlan, Aztec ..capital of Mexico was a city of canals like Venice. These canals are still in evidence in what is now Mexico City. MOTES Of SERVICE MEN F6R? LEONARD WOOt), MO. —Army Pvt. Robert R. Price, son of Mr and Mrs Louis R. Price, Lakota, Iowa, recently began six months of active duty military training under the Reserve Forces Act program at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Price is receiving eight weeks of basic combat training, which will be followed by advanced individual and unit training. Men volunteering for the six-month lour of active duty are permitted to finish their military obligation in local Army Reserve or National Guard units. The 17-year-old soldier is a 1956 graduate of Lakota Consolidated High School. In civiliai. life, he was a farmer. TORT HOOD. t£X.—Pvt. Mark M. Becker, son of Mrs Justine Becker, Route 1, Wesley, Iowa;,is receiving eight weeks of basic combat training with the 4th Armored Division at Fort Hood. Tex. Becker is in the first of a three- phase program set up to train 7500 replacements for the 3d Armored Division in Germany. He is a 1956 graduate at Loras College, Dubuque. 40th Anniversary At Whittemore Whilletnore — Mr and Mrs Otto Ruhnke entertained a group of relatives on their 40th wedding anniversary at their home Sunday evening. Those present included Mr and Mrs Nick Gengler, Mr and Mrs Arthur Rusch, Mr and Mrs Elmer Ruhnke and son Everett and daughter .Teanette of Lotts Creek; Mr and Mrs Wilberl Ruhnke and family of Irvington; Mr and Mrs William A. Rusch of Fort Dodge; Mr and Mrs Edward Ruhnke and family of Algona; Mr and Mrs Niel Hurl and family of Davenport: Mr and Mrs Herman Zumach, Mr and Mrs Reinhard Zumach, Mrs Aurclia Leiningcv. nnd Mrs Amanda Ruhnke of Whittemore. 500 was played. Arthur Rusch won high, and Niel Hurl low for the men, Mrs Amanda Ruhnke nigh and Mrs Nick Gengler low. Mrs Arthur Rusch won the travel prize. A delicious lunch was served at the close of the evening. Si Jo* C.D.A. Lend Xmas Aid To 3 Places Si. Jo6 — Catholic Daughters of America Court St: Joseph held a regular monthly meeting or> Wednesday evening, December 12, in St. Joseph's school hall. The meeting and Christmas psrty and gift exchange wa> prereoded by a 6:30 pot luck dinner. The Cnurt voted to send $40.00 to "Your Catholic Neighbor Pfogfam" on Radio station KAYL, Storm Lake, and clothing aftd money to the Indian Mission ai Chamberlain, "South Dakota, St. Monica's Home in Sioux City, and the Hospital in Woodward. Mrs Peter Re-dine Jr., court lecturer, gave a reading on "Bright Christmas." Committee in charge of the dinner and Christmas party were Mrs Harold Reding, Mrs Ray Thilgcs, Mrs Adeline Wagner, Mr* Louise Thul, Mrs Peter Kayser, Mrs Will Reding, Lucille Illg, Mrs Maurice Reding, Mrs Clarence Thilges, Mrs Raymond Kohlnaas, Mrs Willie Erpelding, Mrs Alvin Lenertz. Mrs Richard McKenna, Mrs Reinald Salz and Mrs Sylves- ert Wagnnr. Burt News The Fidelis Class members held the annual Christmas Party at the home of Jenny Riebhoff, with Ruby Davis assisting hostess. * A Mission Study was held with Mrs J. L. Miller recently. Lorraine Campney gave a review of "Youth in a Responsible Society". Some 10 women attended. Mr and Mrs Daryle Batt and sons of Fort Campbell, Ky. are spending ten days with the former's parents, Mr and Mrs Wm F. Batt and other relatives in this community. Mrs Wm. F. Batt who had visited the son and family since October returned home with them on Thursday. Harold Batt, who graduated December 4th at Sheppard Field, Texas, arrived home Thursday also. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends Burt Bluebirds The Christmas 4-H meeting oi the Burt Bluebirds was held at the home of Shirley Schwieterl With Shirley Dolliver assisting Dec. 8. Thirteen mothers were guests. Plans were made for Christmas caroling. The date was set foi December 22. Pamela Andrews gave a talk and a talk on correct posture was given by Judv O'Brien. Diann; and Shirley Bernau gave demonstrations. uct As we are dissolving partnerships with our landlords and will farm on a share basis, we will hold a public auction on the farm located 2 miles north, 2 miles east of Swea City; or 1 mile south, 4 miles west of Ledyard. SALE STARTS AT 12:30 P. M. LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS \ Head of Livestock of Cattle 60 1 —Holstein heifer, just fresh with calf at side, 1—Holstein cow, fresh by sale date, with 2nd calf. 1—Holstein cow, fresh by sale date, with 3rd calf. 1—Holstein cow, fresh by sale date, with 4th calf. 5 -Hul.slein cows to freshen with 4th calf last of December. 1—Holstein cow to freshen with 5th calf in December. 2—Holstein cows to freshen in 3 weeks with 3rd calf. 2—4th calf cows, fresh in 4 weeks. 1—4th calf cow, fresh in 2 weeks. 1—5th calf cow, fresh in 2 weeks. 3—HoloU'in cows to freshen in January with 4th calf. 2—Holstein cows to freshen in January with 5th calf. 2—Holstein cows to freshen in February with 4th calf. 2—First-calf heifers to freshen in March. 2—Holstein cows to freshen in February with 5th calf. 1—Bred first-calf Holstein heifer. 1—Holstein cow to freshen in January with 2nd calf. 2—Holstein cows to freshen in May with 2nd calf. 1—Holstein cow to freshen in March with 3rd calf. 6--Holstein coming yearling heifers, calf- hood bangs vaccinated. 6-Open yearling heifers, calf hood bangs vaccinated. 6—Heifer calves, 4-6 months old. 6—Small bull and heifer calves. 3—Holstein coming yearling bull calves. I—Holstein 2-year-old bull. MILKING EQUIPMENT 2-iinit Perfection milking machine — sus- pen led bucket type. Iowa separator — good shune. tS-cun Wc-stinghouse milk cooler. FEED 600 bales of 2nd cutting alfalfa hay. 400 bales of 1st cutting alfalfa hay. 400 halt's of straw. 500 bushels oi ear corn. LUMBER A lot of used lumber in good shape. 4x4's; lix-l's; 2x(j's and 1-inch lumber. BUILDINGS, Etc. 3-^-12x18, 6-pon hog houses, like new. 1—250-bu., walk-in hog feeder, Hke new. 1-16-ft. hay bunk. 2—4x16 feed bunks. 2—16-ft. calf bunks. 1—55-gal. Pride of the Farm hog waterer. 1—Utility hog waterer. 2—14-ft. hog troughs. HOGS 8—Yorkshire sows bred to purebred Tarn- worth boar. 31—Fall pigs. 1-Purebred Tamworth yearling boar. All hogb are vet. vaccinated. UKUAL AUCTION TERMS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS ; lifton & Cecil Sykes Ewing Owners j; QUINN & CLARK, Auctioneers STATE BANK OF LEDYARD, Clerk •; SWEA 4 EAGLE Mrs Ruth Carlson and daughter Margaret, Mr and Mrs John A. Erickson, and Mrs John E. Anderson were in Boohe Tuesday where they attended funeral services for the Women folk's aunt. Mr and Mrs Glenn Clark and children, Mary and Johnny, visited last Friday at the home of her sister, Mr and Mrs Frank Waid, Charles City. The Waids' small daughter Donna Rae observed her first birthday, Dec. 10. Mr and Mrs Pete Troff took iheir daughter Beverly to Rochester last Tuesday as an emergency patient when a re-injured neck did not respond to treatment. Beverly was .taken to Estherville hospital at the time of her first injury. Last week while playing ball in school, she re- injuried her neck. When she failed to respond to treatment she was sent to Rochester. Mr and Mrs Albert Anderson and children, Mr and Mrs Robert Anderson were Sunday dinner Anderson and son, Mr and Mrs Ed guests Dec. 9 at their parents, Mr and Mrs Art E. Anderson in Swea City. Other dinner guests were Mr and Mrs Elmer Jorgensen and sons Wayne and Bill, Mr and Mrs Robert Jorgensen and Mr and Mrs Art Peterson. Mrs Harry Tish left last week for a visit with her mother, Mrs Estella Thompson, and sister and her family, Mr and Mrs Hugh Butts, Des Moines. Wedding Licenses To 3 Couples Three licenses to wed were is* sued by the county clerk during the past week. They went to: Dec. 8 — Millard L. HotZ, Cedar Rapids, and Maxine Simpson, Burt; and Duane L. Chfistenson and Georgia Angus, both of Burt. Dec. 10 — Donald Johnson, £l* more, Minn., and Audrey J. Loucks, Ledyard. Talk On Radio Three St. Cecelia's Academy students, Clifford Esser, . Judy Schumacher and Kathy Proth- man, will appear on a broadcast over radio station KGLO, Mason City Saturday, Dec, 15, at 12:45 p.m. The program is sponsored by the county and state TB associations, and talks will deal with the fight against tuberculosis. NOTICE OF AMENDMENT ARTICLES Of CORPORATION THOMPSON DISTRIBUTING COMPANY Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the stockholders of Thompson Distributing Company of Algona, Iowa, the Articles of Incorporation were amended to authorize capital stock in the amount of $350,000.00 to be fully paid when 'issued. Dated December 5, 1956. THOMPSON DISTRIBUTING COMPANY of Algona, Iowa By: A. T. Thompson. President (Published Dec. 11,. 18 and 24. 1958, and Janu'ary 3, 1957, in The. Algona rowa) Upper Des Moines) Tuiitfay, Oetember 18, t956 Afgttfta (ta j U0|W 0tt In Minneapoli NDREWS Hot*! you'll b« glad you to the very e«rtfef df th« City * near depots, |thiatefi< district Roarnf Radio— TV avaitobl*. Dining Room, Coff«« Shop»j Cocktail toung*. Garagt Servica* 35O modern roomt, fno<litrataty|>rie«4 Le$l!« P. Long, Mgf. : 4th|r.et at tjptypin „ NNEAPOL Complete Closing-Out Farm Having decided to quit farming, we will sell the following farm property at public auction to be held oh the farm located 2'/ 2 miles east of Irvington; or 4 miles south and 4 miles .east of Algona; or 5 miles south and 3 miles west of Sexton, on ... SALE TO START PROMPTLY AT 12:30 P. M. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS FARM MACHINERY e New Idea Running Gear, 4 wheels on rubber, like new. With wood Flare Rox. 9 IHC 1953 Corn Planter, with 160 rods of wire, 3 sets of plates and Fertilizer Attachment. Always shedded. O 2-row Rotary Hoe, either pull or 3-point mounted hitch, 2 yrs. old. 9 Gear, 4 wheels on rubber, with wood Flare Box. ' 9 1952 C«ise A-6 Combine. © Case 15-ft. Disc. Good. O John Deere 10-ft. Field Cult. & John Deere 11-ft. Elevator. A-1. 1951 MASSEY-HARRIS Model 44, 4-cyl. with hydraulic system, lights, starter, good tires with fluid, HeatHouser, wheel weights. 4-row Cultivator, delayed action on rear mounts, side lifts separately for above tractor. , 1947 FORD with lights, starter, fluid in tires, chains. A-1 condition. Wire-roll- tr, Dirt Scoop, ^-ft. Power Mower with 3-pt. hitch and rigid shank Cultivator for above tractor. • Model L John Deere Tractor- Spreader. O IHC 3-14" Plow. Solid Bottoms. ,9 John Deere 4-section Flexible Drag with steel evener. . • < <•",;-, >•;-< 'Si*'*' ' ' . • IHC Endgate Seeder. 9 8-ft. Even-Flow Fertilizer Spreader. * • IHC Side Delivery Rake. 9 Gehl Hammermill on wheels, with Power take-off and 4 screens. A-1. • Tractor-mounted'Corn Stalk Rake. CATTLE ® 1 Shorthorn Milk Cow, 6 years old. • 9 Summer Calves. • <) Young Hereford Cows. • 2 Hereford Heifers, 1 with calf at side. REGISTERED HEREFORD BULL 2 years old. From Loss Bros. Herd. Brood Sows 10 Brood Sows, to farrow March 1, PUREBRED YORKSHIRE BOAR Vaccinated by Veterinarian. 1941 FORD PICKUP - With Brain & Stock Rack Hay & Straw • 600 BALES OF RED CLOVER HAY « 100 BALES OF STRAW Ail in Barn. Never Rained on. Miscellaneous •300-gal. Gas Barrel with stand and HOM *UQ-f»l. Gas Ban-el with how 'Ideal 60-bvu Hog F»»«J«r, i ytif* e)4 *20-bu. Hog Feeder 'Several Hog troughs and sm*U feeders '2 steel 10-hole Nests * Chicken F»«d*rf MM* Waterers ' 14-ft. Feed Bunk, new *l$Q-ttk, |**4 ft Feed Mixer *?QO-ft, Hay Rope (new) and SHngj, (Other articles top numerous to mention). TERMS: Cash, ttr make arrangements with your banker before sale date. Howard Miller & Art Krause YUNGEBERG AND QUINN, Auctioneers IOWA .STATB WANK.
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