The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 3, 1966 · Page 12
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Pack 70 Cub Scouts Receive Many Awards Pack 70 of the Cub Scouts held a meeting April 19 at the Bryant gym. The opening was done by Den 1, led by Mrs. Busch. Den 5 had the. song of Pinewood Derby led by Rev. Davies. The skit was by Den 1 led by Mrs. Schattschneider . Dens 4 and 6, Mrs. Eller and Mrs. Manson, had exhibits of Mother Nature's backyard theme, bird houses and plants. Closing by Den 3, Mrs. Hensley. Awards were given to the following boys'. Gary Carman, Ricky Ringsdorf, Owen Davies, Bill Bernardo, Kyle Schattschneider, Robert Egel, Greg McDonald, John Eller, Danny Christian and Kevin Ballard. Service stars went to the following boys for serving a full year into Cub Scouts: Joey Bernardo, Jim Cassel, Tom Kinseth, Mark Montag, Jeff Rich, Steve Schneider, Darrell Steven, Tim Zittritsch and Kevin Hensley. Attendance bars went to the following boys for a perfect attendance, for a full year: Joey Bernardo, Jim Cassel, Tom Kinseth, Mark Montag, Jeff Rich, Steve Schneider, Darrell Steven and Tim Zittritsch. After the meeting, there was a pinewood derby race where each boy raced his car and the winning car from each den raced in the finals for 1st and 2nd place. The winners from each den were: Jeff Stephenson, Ricky Buscher, Tom Kinseth, Thomas Berger, Warren Hauser and Kevin Ballard, The 1st and 2nd winners were Jeff Stephenson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stephenson, and Warren Hauser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hauser. Each boy received a trophy. Good manners are made up of small sacrifices. Progress Club In Portland Has Meeting PORTLAND - Portland Progress club met April 21 in the home of Mary Rasmussen, with June Sparks assistant hostess. Roll Call, "An Easter Poem or Meditation", was answered by 14 members. There was also a plant and bulb exchange. June Sparks gave a talk on cancer, as she was cancer chair- • man this year for Portland township. The club allowed two dollars for the Cancer Fund. Marie Parsons and Ella Lampe had the lesson on cooking for two. Eva Shipler was in charge of fun time, Edith Jandl and Flossie Bartlett winning prizes. A delicious lunch was served by the hostesses. The next meeting will be held May 19 in the home of Ella Lampe, with Stella Wiskus assisting. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Schwietert attended the 75th anniversary celebration of the Lutheran church at Lakota Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. Elmer Persig of Kiester, Minn, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wilcox of Fairmont were Sunday evening visitors in the E. C. Schwietert home. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson spent Sunday at Minneapolis with their daughter, Beverly and family. The Russell Thompsons went to Duluth jvhere they fished for smelt. They stopped at the Jack Thompsons at Minneapolis where they all enjoyed a smelt fish fry. Julie Thompson of Shakopee, Minn, was also a dinner guest. Rev. and Mrs. Paul Mansen and family of Titonka were Sunday dinner guests in the Howard Sparks home. Paul Tienan has been confined to his home the past week with a bad case of flu. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Stockwell of Pocahontas, Mrs. Louise Stockwell and Terry Haines of Titonka, were Saturday visitors in the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy and Paul Tienan. A large group of Portland ladies turned out Wednes- day for the shower given in honor of Jeanie Steven Mason, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Steven in the Burt Methodist church. The Harold Lampes went to Mason City Friday where they met their son, Tom, who came up by bus from Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. Tom will spend a few days with his parents before leaving for Ft. Sill, Okla. May 6. Mary Jane Lampe of St. Paul came to spend the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lampe. Mary Jane assisted with the wedding of one of her classmates, Rita DeGeeter, Sioux Falls, who was married in Bancroft to Larry Torkelson. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Erickson of Rodman were dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy and Paul Tienan. Mr. and Mrs. , (la.) Upper Dt* Moth«* Tuwday, May 3, 1966 ...,_._-. —-. ...... ............ .-t--^-.-....-^-.:^.-- -"- .-~.^-- |n ~-- f -^--._- -_ --.-------. -• X More Fanners Plant DeKalb than any Other Brand. 1 PLANT EARLY AND THICK. 2 APPLY MORE FERTILIZER. 3 CONTROL WEEDS. 4 CONTROL INSECTS. 5 PLANT ALL DEKALBI "DCKALB" I* • ItaflMM*' •*»•* *••"•• Eugene Hood — Algona, Iowa Roland Bode — Algona, Iowa Albert J. Bormann - Algona, Iowa Raymond Otis - Wesley, Iowa Peter C. Reding - Bode, Iowa Frank Droessler — Bancroft, Iowa Lawrence Besch - Whittemore, Iowa Homer Matthiesen - Fenton, Iowa Henry Van Hove of Titonka and Mr* and Mrs. Edmund Larson were afternoon visitors. "When God measures a man he puts the tape around his heart, not the head." | WESLEY I The Urban Lickteigs spent the . April 10 weekend in Dubuque visiting their sister, Sister St. James and Donna Jean at Presentation Convent. Sister St. James has been teaching 5th grade this year and will teach religion at Osage in June Mrs. Lawrence Koppen was brought home -April 19 from Mason City where she had been hospitalized in Mercy hospital. Mrs. Koppen had a severe attack of flu. She returned to Mason City Saturday. Excavation was begun last week for the two-bedroom house that the Charles Nelsons will build on the three lots they bought from Clete West, just north of the Norbert Hilbert home. Nelsons will move from their farm southeast of St. Benedict. Pupils of St. Joseph's parochial school held a cleaning and raking bee on the parish grounds Friday. Legion Auxiliary will meet Wednesday eveing, May 4, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lickteig of Springfield, HI., have recently adopted a 4-week old baby girl named Lisa Ann. They also have an adopted boy, David, who will be two in June. Jerry is a son of the John Lickteigs. Mrs. Ray Stevens accompanied Mrs. Gene Ruling of Britt to Burt Wednesday evening where they attended the post-nuptial shower for Mrs. John Mason at the Methodist church. Mrs. Mason is the former Jean Stevens, daughter of the Jay Stevens of Burt. ANNOUNCEMENT! THE DAN ROBERTS CO. Fort Dodge Mfgs. Representative For SAHLSTROM MANURE HOMOGENATOR AND SPREADER, The Swedish system that brought benefits of fluid manure to America; or contact LOUIS CINK, Wesley (32tf) 0NE DOLLAR OR LESS buys a 3-minute station call to anywhere in the U. S. (except Alaska and Hawaii) if you call after 8 p.m. or anytime on Sunday. Plus tax. Call tonight! Northwestern Bell Real Estate Transfers Greater Bancroft, Inc. toTown of Bancroft 4-18-66 Pt. of SE1/4 NE1/4 (desc. as see rec.) 24-98-29. King. Carrie J., sgl. to Ronald D. Berkland 4-15-66 Undiv. 1/2 int. in Lot 1 blk 55 & E 1/2 Lot 2 blk 55 & lot 8 blk 42 E 1/2 Call's Add. lot 7 blk 42, Algona. - Haag, Bernice & Claude; Ardis • &. Leighten Hugoson to Kenneth J. Elliott et ux 4-11-66 lot 5 blk 16 W 1/2 lot 6 blk 16; SweaCity. Moore, Ruth L. & James to Kenneth J. Elliot et ux 4-11-66 lot 5 blk 16 W 1/2 lot 6 blk 16; SweaCity. Ogg, Harriet E. & Clyde to Kenneth J. Elliott et ux 4-11-66 lot 5 blk 16 Wl/2 lot 6 blk 16; Swea City. Kuester, Marilyn Delores, sgl. to John T. McGuire 4-15-66 S 30' of N 330' of pt. of El/2 NWl/4 11-95-29; desc. as see tec. Murray, Joseph D. & Shirley to Town of Bancroft 4-18-66 pt. of SE1/4 NEl/4 see rec; 24-98-29. Ogg, Harriet & Clyde, to James L. Andersen 4-7-66 NealSmith's 2nd add. lot 7j Algona. Smith, David A. & Esther P. Leona May, sg., to James L. Andersen et ux 4-7-66 Neal Smith's 2nd Add. Aluona lot 7. Smith Ernest 1. & Louella, Luther D. & Minann ette; Irvin L. & Lillian Wayne E. & Mary; Gifford P. & Doris; James E. & Lois, Jack A. & Caroline Stewart, Alive L. & Lee; Smith, Howard, sgl.; Esther sgl.;David & Esther; Leanna May sgl. to Kenneth J. Elliott et ux 4-11-66 _lot 5 blk 16 Wl/2 lot 6 blk 16, Swea City. Vance, Patricia & William to Kenneth J. Elliott et ux 4-11-66 lot 5 blk 16 Wl/2 lot 6 blk. 16; Swea City. Community School Dist. of Sentral in Kossuth & Palo Alto Go's.' to Franklin Mueller 4-11-r 66 E 74' of Subdiv. entitled blks 16, 17, 18, & 19 lots 7 & 8 blk. 18 Fenton. Step Saver A clothes dryer saves the average homemaker twenty work days of eight hours each and forty miles of walking each year. PUBLIC AUCTION At Schrrider Hardware »n tJwrt Iowa, on THURSDAY, MAY 5 9:30 a.m. Forenoon Auction 9:30 a.m. All Hardware Stock and Fixtures sell to the bare walls. This \s all absolutely new merchandise of the finest quality. FARM TOOLS, ETC. All kinds of forks, shoveU, spades, rakes, hoes, snow shovels, etc. Lots of handles for above items. Galvanized pails, chicken watercrs, feeders, garbage cans, hog feed pans, wash tub and stand, gasoline cans, milk buckets, etc. Ky-Lo Salomender kerosene heater for out buildings. Several 1 A H.P. electric motors. '/< H.P. electric motor with'paddle pump. Wood and cob tank heater. 8 ft. steel wafer tank. Meyers deep well working head with % H.P. electric motor. Sumo pump . Tool boxes Socket Wrenches All kinds of hand tools A quantity of Enders tools Some %, !/2, % in rope Heat lamps Assorted nails Assortment of log chains and some long lengths of various size chain. GARDEN HOSE Lots of rubber and plastic garden hose. KITCHEN WARES Pots, pans, dishes, skrllets, etc. BUILDING MATERIAL Some builders hardware and electrical equipment. Rolls of screen and hardware cloth. HOME EQUIPMENT Monogram oil burner space heater. Duo-Therm apartment size oil burner Space Heater. Stover automatic water softener for the home. Rheem 30 gallon bottle gas water heater for the home. 4 nice medicine cabinets. Bellaire 21 in. power lawn mower with 3 H.P. Briggs & Stratton gas engine. Eclipse 18 in' push type lawn mower. I burner bottle gas hot plate. FIXTURES 5 display stands, one like new. 8 ft. wall tool display rack with base. 8 ft. Wall shelving hardware display unit with base. 16 ft. wall shelving display unit with base. II ft. 20 hole nail bin with heavy 16 gauge top for work bench. 7 x 8 ft. metal and wood bolt bin with 224 compartments well stocked with bolts and nuts to be sold as a unit. 4 x 4 ft. metal and wood bolt bin with 24 compartments stocked with larger % and Va in. bolts. 3 x 3 ft. all steel bolt bin, 56 hole, stocked with smaller bolts. 3 x 3 ft. all metal 48 unit bolt bin. 1 metal, screw and stove bolt cabinets. Many/ many boxes of new bolts, etc. OFFICE EQUIPMENT Stimpson hardware scale. 3V? x 3W ft. steel safe 1 older style Burroughs electric adding machine on stand. TERMS: CASH or make arrangerrrnt> with your banker before the sale. No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents should any occur, AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: We will use the number system for the buyers, so come early and register with the clerk before 9:30 and get your number. Many items not listed. * Store will be closed May 2-3-4 to get ready for auction. SCKRADER HARDWARE CLERK ^urtvinttenk AUCTIONRWS—Friiwr * Quinn

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