The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1942 · Page 9
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Algoiia, Iowa, m. *, LIBRARY AT SWEA CITY TO MOVE TO NEW QUARTERS fiwea City: The Swea City Li- •brary will be moved to the south •ro6ms of the Sperbeck building nboul: Jan. 1. Arrangements for ithe change were completed Tuesday night when the library board representatvles met with the city council. Editor Sperbeck has grnnt- 'od a five year lease, and w.Ml start at once to redecorate the main room. The change from the city rest room to the new quarters has the unqualified approval of the city council and of the patrons of, the library. Library trustees are Mrs. Walter G. Smith, president; Earl Hanson, vice president; Anna JB. Larson, secretary; Mrs. J. L. Vaux and Mrs. George K. Nelson. The latter two, together with the librarian, Jennie McCrary, comprise the book-buying committee. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rippentrop, Mrs. Leota Schutjer and Hank Korte, were Mason City business callers Monday. COMPLETE CLOSING OUT SALE Farm located 8 miles west from Algona on Highway 18, Z north and Yi mile west. 3—Head of Horses—3 14—Head Good Hereford Cattle—14 12—Head of Hogs—12 HUGH SHIRK HEW LUVERNE COMMERCIAL CLUB •LuVerne: The LuVerne Commercial Club met last week Monday evening with a full evening's program. It began with a 6:30 din- ler served by Mrs. Lillle Hesse and Florence Hinz after which Dr. F, J. Austijr, public health director for this part of Iowa with headquarters at Fort Dodge, gave a talk and showed pictures. "Bob" Eggleston who !s at home on furlough from the navy, was present and talked about his work. Election of officers for the coming year was held with Hugh Shirk being selected to head the organization. He succeeds Harold Trauger, J. A. Nelson was reelected vice president and Gayle Halverson was elected secretary-treasurer to succeed Hugh Shirk. Full Line Machinery Includes new combine bought last year... With motor and pickup attachment. . TERMS—Items under $10 cash. If terms are desired, see clerk before sale. Ed Schmidt Colwell Bros., Aucts. Iowa State Bank (West Bend) Clerk Mrs. Wm. Ellis is in Chfcago spending two weeks with her daughter and husband, Dr. and Mrs. Edw. Greenway. Mfs. A. W. Dimyer spent a couple of days last week visiting her sister, Mrs. Clarence Hill and family at Fort Dodge. Edwin Marty went to Rochester last week Monday night to go .through the clinic. Mrs. Marty is convalescing there from an operation performed Nov. 19. Miss Myrtfle Jordan, who has been driving back and forth from Sexton, where she teaches, has secured a room there and is staying there through the week. Jos. Worby returned last week Sunday from Kansas City where he had gone to attend the funeral of a relative. He went by way of Des Moines and was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. MMton Worby and daughter, Mary Lou, from there. Mrs. Cecil Williams and son, Jerry of Britt, have been in LuVerne the past week here. Mrs. Williams is assisting '.n the care of her mother, Mrs. H. R. Larrimer. Mrs. Larrimer was injured in a fall when she slipped on a sidewalk the day after Thanksgiving. She > will be confined to her home for some time. Funeral services were held Friday afternoon at the LuVerne Lutheran church for Mrs. Henrietta Kruse who died last week Tuesday at the home of her son, Fred, near Hardy, Her death followed several, years of gradual ailing due to old' age. She formerly lived in Lu- Verne. until after the death of her husband a number of years ago. The Mesdames R, I* Cor bin, Richard Basham, Wm. Biglngs, Wm. Ristau and Arthur Dlmler went to Algona last week to take instructions for making surgical dress:.ngs here. The room in Mrs. Von Dras- kas building formerly occupied by Emily Guy's cafe, will be used and every woman who can is urged t j volunteer in helping finish the work that has been assigned the groU). here. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Dehnert and family were in Mason C'ty Friday where Arlo had an operation on his nose. Doris made plans to enter business college at the beginning of the new term Dec. 7. The Lu Verne girls already attending bust ness college, Barbara Wolf, Reg m Laubenthal, Verda Sanford, Evelyn Pergande and Jean Putstuck, spcn Thanksgivnlg vacation at the,r va rious homes here. FINAL RITES FOR MRS.W.K.LARSEN, BURT, Hurt: Funeral services for Mrs. WMliam K. Larsen who died at her home north of Burt Sunday evening, Nov. 29, after a long illness wore held Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 2. at the Immanuel Lutheran churfih, Bancroft, the Rev. Oswell Summers, conducting the service. Intermont was made in the Bancroft cemetery. The pallbearers were: Oscar Johnson, Ray Westling and G. P. Hawcott, neighbors, and Roy Jensen, C. W. Nelson and Hans Jnnsen, former neighbors at Ringsted. Irene Marie Scketl was born on Dec 24, 1905. at Lake City, S. V., arrd spent the early years of hei life in that viclntty. On August 10, 1932 she was united in marriage to William K. Larsen of Ringsted They made their home at Ringsted until 1938, when they moved to a farm near Burt. Mrs; Larsen is survived by hei husband and by 10 brothers and sisters. She was a member of tne Immanuel Lutheran church at Ban croft and was also a member o Kossuth Chapter, No. 201, O. B. fa A. Stoutertberg and John Langworthy, Burt. Mrs, Howard (French entertained .it a one o'clock luncheon Saturday. Guests were Mrs. Luke Lirtnan, Mrs. delzar Falkenhalner, Mrs. H. M. Smith, Mrs. Wendel French, Mrs. Matt Street and Mrs, D. C. Hutchson, all of Algona. 'Mrs. C. B. Bgesdal began teach- ng Tuesday morning '.n Mrs. Myr- .le Peterson school for two weeks, tfrs. Peterson Is going to visit her husband, Woodrow Peterson, who Is In the army. She plans to spend the holidays with him. Atrs. Fred Adamson entertained her club Saturday evening. Guests were Mrs. Fraitk Fisher, Mrs. F. Q. Elliott, Mrs. Ben U, Meyer, Mary Oesterreicher, Mrs. Amos Kromln- ga and Mrs. Charles Cooper. The prize in 500 of defense stanlips went to Mrs. Raymond Bartlett and Mrs. O. J. Dewall. Bead The Want Ads—It Payi Gertrude Otfo, df Wealeft Join* Wave* Wealey: Gertttde Otis, daWnfe*" of Mrs. Ma» Otis, has enlisted witti the Waves and tthen sm receives her call will attend the UnlversHf of Wisconsin. She is do'.ng offltd work at the Veterans hospital at Des Molnes. ^ Mr. andlirs. William Gf<«n and children of Algorta spent Sunday evening calling on friends here. B Help Keep Up the American Way of Life Those people wh,o take pride in tiheir homes liave the highest morale, so necessary during the the present times. Barrel Back CHAIR Carved ball and claw Chippendale styling, extra smart, extra comfortable and extra welcome as a gift. ts*^es*«aifr<2*«**^^ With carved frames In antique gold finish Choose from interesting horizontal and vertical types. U More Days Until Christmas Smartly styled table lamps 4.75-7.75 Lane Cedar Chests Prop JUeaf and Tier Tables Occasional Chair W'41 make any home brighter. Choice of colors. W.75 „ $16,76 Foster Furniture Store Dale Biggins was a business vis itor at Des (Moines on Friday. The Harm Kettwicks were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Semis Isebrandts. The S S. Whitmores of Fenton were ThanksgMng dinner guests at the R. E. Ferguson home. Mr and Mrs. Howard French were Sunday evening dinner guests of the R. F. Perrys at Algona. Paulne Adamson left Tuesday for Winona where she will attend a school on sheet metal working. Mr. and Mrs. Howard French were d.Miner guests of Mrs. S. U. French at Algona Thanksgiving day. Sunday dinner guests at the Erwin Edens were the O. J. Petersons and the Ernest Petersons of Crystal Lake. Mrs. Wm. Ricklefs and Raymond attended a.family dinner at the C. H. Rippentrops, Eimore, Thanksgiving day. (Mrs. Florence Reaser and Doyle left Saturday for Iowa City for a check-up of Doyle and possibly a change of cast on his hip. Saturday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Craven entertained the George Johnsons of Algona and Vera Johnson of Des Moines at dinner. The Edward Boykens were dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Boyken's parents, Jesse Johnsons at Ellsworth, Thanksgiving day. The Lewis Edwards, George Wagners and Raymond Edward, all of Oxford were Sunday guests at the Ray and Alfred Oesterreicher homes. Mrs. Etta Fahrenholtz has rented her farm since her hired man has had to go to the army and she is holding a closing out sale December 8th. The John Radamaker children, the Geo. Hofbauer family arid Rob ert Janssens of Buffalo Center and Henry Radamakers were dinner guests Thanksgiving day. Alvin Honken received his letter to report for duty as an associate inspector In the U. S. signal corps at Dayton, O., December 8. He plans to leave Friday or Saturday. Gertrude Morck of Owatonna, Minn., has been hired to fill the vacancy in junior high. She has just completed the course at the Minnesota State Teachers College at Mankato. Sunday dinner guests at the H. J. Orthes were Robert Rounds of Forest City, Roberta Round of Des Molnes,' Harry Quinns of Woden, Thomas Quinns and Mabel Sherdan of Brttt. Sunday dtaner guests at the Mrs. Anna Alke home were the Ed As- slnks, Harold Assink of Kanawh.u, Mr. and Mrs. John Alke of Buffalo Center and Neal Michaelsons and Velna Hoick, Britt. The Alvin Honkens were dinner guests at the Henry Moe"s, Lake Mills, on Sunday. Mrs. Honker's brother, LeRoy Moe, who is a student advisor at Greer College, was home for the week end. Sunday dinner guests at the Oscar Blanchard home were the Roy Budlongs, Alice Budlong, Conrad, Donald Buffington, Harold Gart- ners, H. V. Jones of Swea City, W. Beautiful Enlarged PHOTOGRAPHS 35s FREE —4x6 Enlargement with every order. Size 8x10 inch or smaller with 'a choice of beautiful glossy or velvet finish .Send any. good negative. Also any size roll film developed and printed with two sets, of prints Satisfaction Guaranteed Standard Film Studios 408 North St. Algona, Iowa NOTICE! Beginning January 1, 1943, all sales will be made on a CASH OR BANKABLE NOTE basis. We respectfully request persons owing the undersigned to make settlement of their accounts before December 31. BRADLEY BROS. South of Hotel Algona 49-51 Her Job Is VITAL Never before has so much depended won the telephone operator. Her prompt handling of calls w vital to you. to the community and to the war efiort. It will help her te serve you and this community these busy days if you place your calls fey number, answer your tete-t phone promptly ««nd. il yw **»«»» pirty line, by being br»ef *wi keeping \o a minimum the number oJ unnecessary calls. The cooperation of telephone us«* i» observing these goe4 practices willlieJp t9 make the most efficient use of telephone equipment, which, because ef material shortages, must serve for the duration, COMPANY COMPLETE CLOSING OUT SALE A* I have decided to quit farming I will sell the following described P^P"*** ****£«£ Hon on the farm located 4 miles east and VA miles south of Bttrt; 4 miles west and 5 miles soutn of Titonka; and 4 miles east and 8 mile* north of Algona, on TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15 , . „ .. . „...„„ * T.nnch Waeon on < Sale Starts Promptly at 11:00 a. m. Lunch Wagon on Ground* 157 Head of Livestock HEAD OF HORSES 1 Team of sorrel mares, 7 and 8 years old, wt. 3200, sound. 1 Sorrel mare, 8 yfars o"• «*•*£*• 1 Sorrel riding horse, coming 4 years old, wt. 1100, sound. 1 Sorrel gelding, coining 2 years old, wfc 1100, sound, 1 Sorrel colt, 1 purbred sorrel Belgian stallion, wt 1900. HEAD OF CATTLE U Head of Shorthorn milch cows, 6 fresh and the rest will be fresh between_ now and spring These are all young cows. 17 coming 2 year old white face and Shorthorn steers» n * ™™* on feed, wt. 800. 10 Head of Holstein heifer calves coming one year old These awTWisconsin heifers?wt. 400 ibs. 10 Head of Shorthorn heifers and steers, wt. 350 Ibs. 6 Shorthorn caHcs. 1 Shorthorn bull, coming 2 years old. , 40 HEAD OF HOGS 4O 4 "Sows with 8« pigs about 5 weeks old. 17 Head of Feeder Pigs, wt 180 Ibs; AU vaccinated. 37 Head of Native Ewes—Bred 37 7 Head of Ewe lambs. 1 Buck 225 Leghorn Pullets. 100 Austrowhite Pullets. 100 Mixed Yrlng Hens FULL LINE OF FARM MACHINERY 1(142 iUodel H McCormick-Deering tractor on rubber with starter and lights, new. Two row cul- WvLr for HtrS^thpowe7uf«;lu«n't been used. McCormick-Deering a-14» stabMe plow, new 1937 F-30 Fannall tractor on rubber, overhauled this fall. Model 22-B 2 row mounted corn picfcer in A-l condition. McConnick-Deering 8-14" stubble plow Mcdormick-D^nng 2 row cultl- vator, model 229, for F-30 or F-20. McConnick-Deering 10 ft. Power binder m ^1 cond.t,on. Mc- Cormiok-Deerlne 11 ft spring tooth harrow. McConnick-Deering 6 ft. mower. 1-W MoCannlc.It • DeSdunln rake. New Oliver 24 ft. harrow with folding drawbar. McCormick-Deerlng corn planter in A-l condition with 160 rods of wire. John Deere manure spreader. John Deere lo k disc, John Deere 44 ft. steel elevator with hoist and speed jack. New Red River special aU steel thresher, used (one season. John Deere Let* feed mill with blower. Narrow tired wagon with triple box. Minneapolis No. 2 corn sheller on rubber, A-l condition. Wide tired wagon with 45 b£ grain box. Steel wheel wagon with hay rack. 2-tow John Deere cultivator. V-B.John Deere single row cultivator. 4-Wheel trailer. 1927 Chevrolet truck with box. McCormlck l^h. p. gasengine, John Deere pump jack. New McCormick-Deering separator with ejectric motor; endagte seed,- er; tank heater. 2-6x8 Individual hog houses. New 12x16 Breeder house. 2-12x22 Grain bins with 8 ft. studding, like new. 10x12 brooder house. . . One 45-bu. Economy hog feeder. 2 Round galvanized hog feeders. New electric 5-gaL chicken waterer. 2 Sets breeching harness and collars. 3 Sets leather fly nets. Cream cooling tank. Jamesway brooder stove, chicken feeders, hand tools, forks, shovels, hay slings, block and tackle, hog troughs, drag cart. Chicken feeders, wiro stretcher. 8 Tons mixed hay m bam. Stack of corn fodder. Slop barrels, gas barrels, axel grease, grind stone,, potato digger, hand covn sheller, milk pails, two 8-gal. cream cans. Grease guns, 100 Ibs. of red top twine. Man}- other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS: Cash or make arrangement with your banker. No property to be removed until settled tor. RUSSELL SHIPLER Lou Matern and Stewart, Aucts. Titonka Savings Bank, Clerk. PUBLIC SALE As I am moving to a smaller farm, I will sell tlie following described property at the farm located 2 miles east and V 2 mile south, oi Galbraith; 3 miles north, 1 mile west and V 2 north of LuVerne, or 7 miles south, 1 mile west and V 2 mile south of Sexton, on Tuesday, Decembei 15 Sale to Start Promptly at 12:30 P. M. 43 - Head of Livestock - 43 26 Head of Cattle - 26 90 Shorthorn cows and heifers. 2 cows fresh in about five weeks, 10 to freshen around th|e first of the year. All the rest with calf and two are heifers. 2 Black Angus bulls,one 3 years old and 1 eight months old. 4 Calves, 2 five weeks old and 2 seven weeks old. ^_^^^^ 2 - Head of Horses - 2 One brown horse, smooth mouth, wt. 1400 Ibs. One gray horse, smooth mouth, wt. 1400 Ibs. . . 15—GOOD MOUTH EWES—15 Machinery and Household Goods rarx'sj^^ spring tfoth harrow. Triple box and running gear. Feed rack, feW on wheels, roughag^?miU No 2SO on rubber tires. LeU mm No. 80 with ^tor. John Dew|W mermMl and belt. John Deere power elevator. McCormlck hand «Jw*» » S t SaS f Q^ Town Cream senarator with motor. Three feed bunks, two 12 ft. ftna one M ft. WK#Y M J^S™XSK*^MerV«V,'« 1 »W double hog house, W Single hog 6'x8' small shed for cooling tanfc, One set P* new harness. BOUSEHOUJ GOODS—Bed with spring and mattress. Dining room table, chajrf cabinet, Table.an4 chfl4rs.l Rocking chair. . ' TERMS: Cash oy if time is'wanted please see the d*rfc 4$ *b before the sale. No pyoperty to be removed «»tii settte4 fOfc ALEX MILLER, Bruwmpnd, d II &

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