The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 20, 1948 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 20, 1948
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At the JafTOafy the Honest 1 Mcfkte •AfftefiCaft Is6gl6ft the . /voted ta csiitiHui the Soy Scout Orgafr fl -Si.toyl d« tile''go-but fail kndythW assistant Lichty fhe' r ' " " J " ' " " £l# debalt. • , Commander Chaprhaft appofe RANS! here / 7 the opportunities you've been asking for • f . . * * m • ' " >*""'•' *i ' . Thousands of Veterans of all the U. S. Armed FpFps fa nive'saicl 'they'd flke-t'o join the Regular A¥my,,rF' l tiiey ~ coluld have ceftaln. eiilistme'n.t privileges'. Today the Arjny, , |- has four attractive opportunities for Veterans of any J or ttfe tJ. S. At'med Forces to get into a Well-paid job With lots 6fi chance Jot advancement. to hel* »»M »P recruits who are Joining the Army. t Veteran T f ? nn Aw "y j ob ,- ' \ ^sSKSSKtysL'^''! ed.tite following chairffteit. ta Wdk after particular interests for the Scbuts: , Fihahde^ Robert Luk; camping ahd> activities, James Doak; Paper" frrlves, Rdb* f t Bigingsj advancement, Bryce ickett; institutional represdftta* >e, Jon A. Nelsort. Talk Emmetsburg A A Chapter i Forty-three men attended 'the 'fh66'ti'ng of a 'proposed Alco- 6//h61Jfcs' AttdfiymoUs eha'pte'r at EmMetsburg, including AA meni- bers frbm Spender, Algoha, Es'th- ferville and Slotik Rap'idg./ An or- ganiza'ti'bh meeting later wais plannc'd. Peace officers ( city officials, hewspa'per feporterg, and a local pastor attended by invitation. 'Principal 'speaker Was a Spen-' cer man who said he had been an •Alcoholic, 20 years, but "It I-liVe till Mai'ch, and don't 'take a drink Between now and then, I will have en 'dry' for two years." , Ah Algeria nian offered similar 'testimony, the Emmetsburg Democrat said. Another Spencer man said he had been a* 'dry' six mon- 'ths; an Esthcrville man said he had found it 'fun' to abstain under the AA plan; and a Sioufc Rapids rnan was enthusiastic about what AA had done for him. Vemon Larsons, Portland/ To Move Porilaiidt Vernoh Lflr/ens plan •to move March 1 to the farm they bought, near Titonka. ; This is the 160 acre farm which was tenanted.for a mtm- ber of years by the Gordo'n Hansen family. /Vernon sold his farm living on to Glen £weifel and the latter's son Ralph will live on the place after March 1. 1-EAD your 'way into high-paid, high-ranking jobs through Army Potential Leaders' School, Army Technical Schools, Officer Candidate School or-the U. S. Military Academy at West Point-open to every Army man who can meet the required mental, physical and age qualifications. ipThink this over, too: a Private First fOlass \ylth his $80 a month plus be'n- |6flts—retirement plan, 'fbod,' cloth- if, lodging, medical and dental care' |—has more net take-home pay than the average civilian who is paying por equal benefits. VV/TH A FUTURE y. S. Army; and. U. S. Air Force Serves ai Sale ..Mrs. Earl Millei- and Mrs. Martin Becker assisted in serving lunch , at the Ackerman sale Thursday. Mrs. Miller is secretary of V. F. W. Auxiliary, Burt. Other members who helped were Mes- dam'es Leo Immerfall, pres., Algona; Paul Olsen; Chasi Schra•der, treasurer; and Mrs. Florence Schichtl, all of 'Burt. ' * The ladies had enough food to serve 190 Farm Bureau 'members in the everting. Mr. and Mrs. Scott entertained at four tables of ^00 Tuesday evening. Prizes went to Mesdames Frank Becker, high, and .Roy- Ringsdorf, low, and Russ Shipler • high, Verno'ri, 'Larsen, low. Lunch was served. Mr. and,Mrs. Frank 'Becker had Mr. and Mrs. Bert McCorkle of Algona and Doiiald McCorkle of Austin, Minn., for Sunday dinner gues'ts. • Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Scott spent We'dnes'da'y With the latter's fathef fit the MafoW'Affdfeasoti home. (Grandfather Andreason has not .been so well, recently. , Jane Keith and Joan Mcwhor ter attended a 4-H meetiffg at Mts. Howard Longls &fi Saturday aferhoon, Jan. 17. Joan ga*ve a dtmoftstration on making salads. Keith's Movies Shown Jan. Seneca F-Bureau Seneca—The Seneca Farm Bu- feau met at the Seneca school Tuesday evening and enjoyed as the mait; feature of their 'program pictures taken by Wayne Keith On his recent trip to Europe. .-.'Although Mr. Keith could not be with, Us in person and tell "us about, the pictures, this Was very: ably dprte by, Mrs. Keith, who gave a'very fine description and background of the pictures shown. She was assisted by A. L. Brown. Other topics on the prOgranv Were given by Fred Brown who spoke on the Marshall Plan. A talk on health was presented by' Mrs. Earl Crouch, Seneca women's health chairman, in which she Stressed the necessity artd im; borta'nce of having a county health nurse. She explained the plan for promoting this .project as set'up at the Farm Bureau women's county committee meeting held at Burt Monday afternoon. Mrs. Henry Wilbei'g had charge Of the music program which .con- sis'te'd of group singing and a piano solo played by Mrs. Clarence OsbOi'tt; The program closed With a, game directed 'by Mrs. Martin Wilberg. Delicious refreshments- were served by Messrs, and Mesdames Earl Crouch, Clarence •- Osborn, Lester Os'born a'rid-Milleh Jensen. In charge', of the program we're the C. C. Voights, Fred Browns, Henry Wiltaergs and'Martin Wil- bergs. ..•• I :'•'•• Mesdames Cecil;.A'rideifs'on and Otto Wilberg were hostesses at the Seneca Band Mothers rneet- in'g held Tuesday afternoon at the Seneca school: 'Following a ! short business session Mesdames Bert Speth-and Martin • Wilberg had charge of the entertainment which consisted of guessing games and contests. :•':, •' ', Mf. and Mrs. Charles Osborn and Jimmy spent Sunday .visiting Margery 'Osborn at Mason City. Mrs. Osborn stayed and came home on Tuesday. .Mr; and, Mrs. Harold Osborn of Mason City spent Sunday at the parental Ray QsbOrri home. The Occasion was Harold's birthday anniversary. ./ Mr. and Mrs. Everett Zetterich of Terrill are the parents of a baby boy born Wednesday morning. Mrs. Zetterieh is the former Harriett Olsen. A . Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Saxton and family of Fairmont spent Tuesday evening at the Roy Os- bOrn home. Both Seneca girls -and boys basketball teams were defeated few Dolliver on their home 'floor Tuesday evening. The girls lost by approximately 6 p6intg, while the boys were oulscofed about 30 points. i'e east'and 2}£ miles north of Lu virile; » miles south, 1 mile ensf and y z mile south of Sexton, Methodist.i/adies >vill serve Witch Five cows fresh liy sale date; 4 heifers, all Holfitelnj 1 Holsteln Iniil. \ ^l heifers, -8 fresh hy sale 'ilnfe, other in April f 2 yearling JoJui Deere cr with J()0 ,* f * ^. ..„...„ t^-O , . - f. ,-n i- • S, t- ; '» '!„ - i Ji*I^J|^PlWk^ i rif^fc'-'-.g'lK/j.-'^i'-,;'.' . .>». LuV^me Mrs. H. E. Rogers spent several days the past week in Fort Dodgfc at t>he home of her s'on-ih-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Jack LeWarne and family. Mr. aftd Mrs. Van Hansen and daughter Patricia were recent guests at the A. L. Strut'hers home in Ottosen. , Recent guests at "the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Schultz were Mr. and Mrs. George .fildck and family of Forest 'City. Mr. Block fe ;a nephew of Mrs. Schultz. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Nelson accompanied by their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Swartz of Ames visited In Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Swartz haye returned from a vacation spent in " Mr. and Mrs. William Murray and Mr. and Mrs. H. R, Larimer were Fort Dodge shoppers. Word has been 'received of the bir'th of an eight pound son, named Samson Barnes, Tuesday, Jan. 13 'at the, Whittemore hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert G. French of Rossie. Mrs. French is the former Bernadine Barnes who at one time was a nurse at the Kossuth hospital in Algona. Mr. French \vas a former manager of the Thompson Lumber Yard here 1n LuVerne for several-years. Mrs. Albert Hefti is visiting in Flasher, N. D., at the htiffic of her aunt Mts. filsie Stoddard. Arlene Warmbier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Warmbier, and a student nurse at Merc'y hospital in Des Moines, was a recent Visitor with 'her pafehts, other relatives a"nd friends. The farm sale of Julius Studer ( held Thursday, Jan. 15, was well attended. The Studers are retiring frbrrt active farming and'their son George Will take charge 61 the farming for' the doming year". Mrs. Edward Lindebak has re' 'turned from spend a few days at the home of her parents Mr. arid Mrs. Elmer Egli in Manson. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hunt and daughter Lois have gone on a vacation trip in Texas for tWO months. They will live in a fully Equipped trailer house ehroute. They expect to go to sbme points on the Rio Grande first. Mrs. Irvin McGowan and two stons returned to their home in Nashua Friday after visiting at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sanford. Msr. J. O. Marty has returned from her trip to New York state where she was called recently by the death, of her aged mother Mrs. Ida Howie. Lyle Pechumer and Robert Blumer Sr 1 . went to Marion, S. D., Monday where they spent the week at the Dr. Edward Teiveri clinic. Dr. R. J. Dundas, formerly of Waterloo, has opened a veterinary office at Armstrong. f utBrfay/ xtemiaty -2 194ft • At yoiit rtf Itttfiffies!! or nt irty. JAMES KSRKE V , , '-"V lMi« Cowan Apartment, Algonn Phone 2l4ljW . 80 ACRE FARM FOR SAtI To be sold tft American l.0gibn Hall, Ringed) 6W J. MONDAY, JANUARY 26,1941 At. l!30 'P. M. farm located 4 north, '/z wesl ftingsted. All buildings ed, 6 room house, 32x42 barn, 29x32 corn crib, efcj Pit sibh March 1, 1948. Mann Bel! & Fbrence Kerter Emnie'fsburg, bwners " Salven fe ifanson, i ^-™W^^4^^ *' *:<-*"<••' As I arh qirttting fdrmihg, I will sell at public auction the following described property 31/2 ifirles east of West B'6hd, 4Vz North of Ottosen; 7 south, 2V4 miles east of Whittemore on Sale begins at 12:30 o'clock Lunch wagon on grounds. 77 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK 2 Head of Horses, 1 grey team, 10 and 11 years old, weight about 1600 Ibs. 3 HE AD OF CATTLE 3 2 shorthorn heifers, weight 700 Ibs.; ,1 shorthorn steer, weight 800 Ibs. 74 Head of Pall Pigs 74 74 head of fall pigs, these pigs will average 100 to 150 Ibs. by day of sale. 21 Muscovy Ducks FARM 'International pick-up, % ton, 6 ply tires, all around with 4 boxes high dnd special'endgate for grain, 1937'Model; J A-1 shape; 3 tractors, 1 1942 Model B John Deere on rubber, power lift, Hydraulic seat, front wheels interchangeable, /also late cultivator and wheel assembly in front end; 1937 Model b John Deere with cultivator overhauled, painted, on rubber; Model D John Deere, new block, mag. carb., these tractors in Afl shape; 2 front steel wheels for Model B,-John Deeres; 10 ft. John Deere binder; new McCormick-Deering, .tractor stalk cutter, 3 years old; 12 ft. field cultivator 15 ft. McCormick-Deering disc; 14 ft. western land roller 4 yrs. old, 4 sec. harrow lever; flexible folding evener; 6 sec. harrow, lever; flexible folding evener; 6 section harrow leVtir, flexible folding evener; new McCormick-Deering side delivery, 3 years old; 6 ft.' Johh Deere mower, 3 years old; 6 ft. McCormick mower; three bottom,John Deere plow; New 44$ 'bottom'John Deere 14 and 16 in. on rubber, used very little; new Super Six manure loader, 1 year old; John Deere en'dgate Wder, I year "bid; King Hamilton elevator hoist spe'ed jack; John Deer^ manure spreader, Model E.;.4 row Me- CormickDeering corn planter; McCormick-Deering 2 bottom 16 in. slat moldboard; 14 in. John Deere hamme^mill; on trucks,; heat houser speed jack; 4 wheel rob.ber tire'd trailer; '6 ply tires; new flared box; 1 wagon with triple box; harrow tired running gear; good hayrack on low trucks; 10 in. Burr mill, McCormick-Deering; round wood tank 2x6 ;;en skids hydraulic seat shoveling board; 2 new 16 in. shares; 60 electric fence posts with insulators; electric fencer;,7-J4 iri, plowshares; 110 gaf.'gas barrel and faucet; 4 oil'barrels; 30 gal. oil pump; 6 in. rubber belt; 60 ft. 8 in. robber belt 60 ft.; 70 gal, hog waterer; 50 gal. hog waterer; 80 Ibs, .twine; grindstone; log chains; 10x10 brooder house octagon 2-16 ft, feed bunks; 1 set harness; fly nets, leather; good 'loading chute, hogs and cattle; rubber tired wheel Jyir- _row; hog troughs; cement sow pans; 2 rotary feeders; 3 f mineralI feeders; 2-15 b»Jf^»«^W "»M. ^«n M bi^'jijd. 1 1^0 Wlw clover e tjifs hay has riever , . ' ^ t^Tf^fftOPTOQI.1 < 4 bed? With

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