The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 25, 1956 · Page 2
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(Id.) Upper Of* MolftM Tuesday, December 2£, Esther Quinby and Helen Comfort have stalled on a vaf,Ui<;:j trip and hope to reach Ne\v Or'cans, L,r The Welfare club met Friday willi Mrs G. A. Sharp. There was a gift exchange following the pot luck lunch. Mr and Mrs Russell Cook have reached St. Petersburg, Fla., and will be in the Seminole Trailer court- for the winter. Mr and Mrs William Gustin had as supper guests lust week Sunday Mr and Mrs Bernard Krull and Kathy of Forest City. Sheila Hansen, R. N. at Mercy hospital. Mason City, came Monday to spend a vacation of a week with her parents, Mr and Mrs Andrew Hansen. John Arndorfer, who underwent surgery in Mercy hospital at Iowa City, returned to his home here Wednesday. He is now recuperating and getting along fine. Mrs J. P. Smith entertained the members of the "Happy Birthday" club Friday afternoon. A pot luck lunch was served and there was an »xchange of Christmas gifts. r Mr and Mrs Jack Lichler of El Paso, Tex., will spend the holidays with Mrs Taylor's parents in Des Moines and with Jack's parents, Mr and Mrs Walt Lichter, here. Mr and Mrs Charles Harvey will have as dinner guests Christmas Mr and Mrs Julius Will. Mr and Mrs Roger Will of Welcome, Minn., Audrey Frye and John Jensen. Mrs J. B, Burns was hostess to the members of her bridge club Wednesday at the home of Mrs Mabel Paxson. A pot-luck lunch was served and there was an ex- eh.--.ngp of. Christmas shifts. Mr and Mrs G. A. Sharp will have as guests -Christmas' then sons and daughters-in-law, Mr and Mix DelbtutjSliaTp j«nd) family of NiceJleue, Minn., Mr an v l Mrs Russell Sharp and family and Hans Klindt. Mrs Walter Elbert, Mrs John Altman and Mrs Ted Morie o! Fort Dodge, sister. 1 !, are leafing December 26 via Rocket from Mason City for Pasadena where they have 'tickets ,1'or the Rose Bowl game, the Tournament ol Roses parade, Lawrence Welk's program December 29, a trip U; Disneyland and reservations al the Biltmore hotel, Lus Angeles. Words has been received that Mr and Mrs R. A'. Duvidson had the misfortune to have major cat- trouble not far from Kansas City. The Davidsons left Wednesday for El Paso, Tex./to visit Mr Davidson's brother and sister-in-law. Mr and Mrs Clare TJavidnor •.••id were going from there to Lakewood, Calif, to spen:l the winter. What their plans are now has not been learned but it is probable they will resume the trip as soon ; s the repairs p.re made. Algona Upper Des Moines FARM SALE CALENDAR Farm sales 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. Jan. 3, Thursday — Robert Berkeland, '2 W., 2 N., 1/4 W. ol Fenton. Complete line machinery, 25 head springing Holstein heifers, etc. Lloyd Bcrkland & Lyle Benson, auctioneers; First Trust & Savings Bank, Fenton clerk. Sale details UDM today. Jan. 8, Tuesday — Charles Col-' well of LuVerne will have a complete closing out farm auction. Full details later in the Upper Des Moines. Jan. 9. Wednesday — Lawrence Newbrough- sale, % west Lo«e Rock, Line IHC machinery, 125 ewes. Yungeberg & Quinn, auc-' tioncers. Details later. Jan. 10, Thursday — Earl Crouch dairy dispersal sale, 2Vs N., 1 E., and »-i north of Fenton. Lloyd Berklanc't, auctioneers. Sale details later. Jan. 10, Thursday — Ed Ellwood, 5 mi. s'au-lh and -'Si mile oaet of ! Algona, complete closing out of nearly new line- of machinery and white-face -cattle. Yungeberg & Quinn. auctioneers. Iowa Siate Bank, clerk. Jan. 29, Tuesday — Art Blcrk- wenn complete closing out sale. This will be a large sale at the farm located 5 miles south and 2 a A mi. west of Fenton. Lloyd Berklancl and Lyle Benson, auctioneers, and Cylinder Slate Bank, clerk. Further details in .UDM later. Jan. 24, Thursday — Leroy Sprout, complete closing out salr- ' '.L- "mile 'south! Fog Cause Of Cage Cancellation The scheduled Algona • Iowa Falls Norlh Central Conference basketball game, which was slated in the local gym Friday night was postponed 'due lo heavy fog in the lo'^a Falls area. Fog enveloped Iowa Falls and extended all the way to Belmond, making it inadvisable for the Cadets to attempt the trip. The game wuJ be made up at a later date. m lie"* west and '/i south of Cylinder. Cylinder State Bank, clerk, and Lloyd Berkeland and Norman Bortvit auctioneer's. Jan. 31, Thursday — A. N. Er- pekling will hold a big sale, ir.- cluding much exivllent machinery, ;il UK.' farm -1 eanl on McGregor St, and I 1 /-: miles south oi Algona. Quinn & -Roiling will b: 1 the auctioneers; Imva State Bank. Algona, clerk. Sale detail.'in the Uppur Dos Moiiics prior in the sale. Feb. £, Tuesday — Floyd Gregory, 5 miles west of A'conu on "old IfJ" blacktop. Complete closing out sale, a big sale and include? a complete line of gooc' machinery and one of the bL-sl Black Angus herds in this area. f'ulJ detail.-, in the UDM luter. Feb. 7, Thursday — Mrs Licrn- ita Solberg, complete closing out sale ill tarm loc.ited 4 ! j milcjt south of Rmgstfd. Lloyd llrrk- land and Lyle Benson, auctioneers. Further details in UDM later. Feb. H, Thursday — Wm. Huis- riK'n, ] ':: miles west of rainbow bridge ;-t Titunkn, complete lino <>i vi-i'V jjMKl inac'liinut'V and Merry Christmas Holstoin cow«. Quinn & berg, auctioneers, Titonka Savings Bank, cJerk. Seneca Wins 2, Loses 2 Games Seneca—The Seneca basketball learns split a doubleheader with Grant here last week Monday night. The Seneca girls took their flume 60-46, while the Seneca boys were outscored 55-49. Both games were hard fought all the way. Carol Johannosen was high scorer for the locals with 20 points while Darlene Johnson hit for 17. The Seneca teams split a double header non - conference game with Scarville on the Fentori Hour a week ago Friday night. The Seneca girls were defeated 51-35 while the Seneca boys romped away to an early lead which they increased as the game went on, heading their opponents 50-33 at the .final whistle. Carol Johannesen took scoring honor-; in the girls game with 13 points, while Marilyn Johannesen I'ml Margaret Nielsen scored 9 snc 1 . 6 points '-esppctively, David Looft hit 9 baskets and 2 free throws to lead the scoring in the I joys game. the wire before losing the boys game. Dolliver raced away early and the game didn't settle into a tussle until the second half. Dolliver led 15-3 at the quarter and 32-19 at the half. Fen'ton came back in good shape after the intermission and trailed by 42-35 at the three-quarter mark. The lead was shortened to six points during the fourth stanza, but' Dolliver then got back on the track to win by 16 points. Osell got 22 points for Dolliver, while I'otratz notched 21 and Waitc 13 for Fenton. TQ OUR FRIENDS; Wf hope your Christmas is a merry one of tlieer and lots of fun! HQN5BRUCH DRUGS Fenton Bows To Dolliver Teams Dolliver took both^ gamoe of a doubleheader at Fenton Tuesday night, Dec. 18, the girls winning 59-55 before the. boys took a 6145 decision. A total of 35 points by Randolph failed to bring Fentori the win in the girls contest. Stow of Dolliver tossed in 28. Fenton battled all the way to LuVerne Lostr To Twin Rivers Twin Rivers topped LuVerne twice at LuVerne Doc. 14 as the pr]« took the opener 57-55 anc 1 . 'he boys the finale 58-30. The girls tangled in a dandy. Twin Rivers Jed, 15-14 at the quarter and 28-26 at halftime. Lu- Verne came back aftet the inter- mission and rolled ahead 44-41 at the three-quarter mark. Balanced scoring by three Twin Rivers forwards spelled the dfW«reftt*. Holmberg get 20 points, Lftyton 19 and jfoley 16 for the winners, \vhile Patfersoh notched 34 for LuVerne. Twin Rivers led all the way in the boys contest. Zooming from a 25-11 halftime lead, the winners won going away. Sawyer got 18 points for the winners, Witzel nine for LuVerne. Horntel YOUR MARKET UVtStOCK APPAREL BALCONY -« ' £ MEN'S - WOMAN'S All better coats from our regular stock, slashed for quick year - end clearance. All wool styles from top makers — polished blacks, luxury tweeds, cctshmere- blend fleeces. Be here early for best selection ... at these low prices, our stock cannot last long ! 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