The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 11, 1943 · Page 9
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' 5?' The Aigona a Moiaee, AJgotta , Iwa, fob. ,11, 1043 [SPOT FLAMES IN CREEK HOME Creek; A'call fdlf h&Ijfftfia imoned at the Will Buss fatm home last Tuesday evening about B:io p. m, when the soot in the tchlmney caught fire and the flu fstopper in owe of the rooms up; Stairs started .to burn filling the house w.'th smoke. Aflebstos paper ' p'asted over the flue Stopper and fttmihd the chimney was what kept the fire from spreading. About 75 • cars gathered at the scene and the men quickly put . out the fire. Luckily the ifire was discovered so early in the evening or probably the home would have been destroyed. The ¥dung Peoples society met Friday evening at the Lutheran school. ftlvltt Potratz is a surgical pa* tient at the General hdsp'tai in Algona. iMr. and Mrs. Elmer Pijahn were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and (Mrs. WM1 .Bell of West Bend. (Robert Greyer, went to Watertown, Wis., one day the past week to attend the funeral of a cousin. /The Ladles Aid society meets on Friday afternoon at the Lutheran school with Mrs. Otto Wlchteitdahl as hostess. tMr. and Mrs .Herman Reisner were Sunday afternoon v'altors of Mrs. 'F. W. Mittag who has been on the sick list the past two weeks. jMr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and William Rusch, Sr., were Sunday evening dinner guests Of Mr. and Mrs. William Rusch, Jr. of Whittemore. , Poland China Bred Sow Sale at the farm located 1 mile east and 1% miles north, of Armstrong, Iowa, on Tuesday, Feb. 16 Sale starts at 1:00 p. m. Free lunch at noon 60 - Head of Spring Gilts • 60 Bred for March and April farrow. This is the best lot of bred sows th(at we have ever listed for pubic sale. A farm where tops have been raised for many years. They 'display genuine quality, deep smooth sides, length., with full loins and hams. They 'have been fed and produced. in a practical manner which, should assure strong, prolific litters. We raised, and -saved an average of nine pigs ' per litter last spring. Tihis herd is rich in blood lines that have been growing in popularity by leaps and bounds the Jast two years. The gilts are mated to three real herd boars; one of them was 2nd prize pig at the Minnesota State Fair last year. ASK FOR CATALOGUE C. J. Houseman Armstrong, Iowa Col. H. S. Duncan and Joe Preston, Aucts. SWEA-EAGLE FARM FAMILY MOVES TO SWEA CITY HOME Swea-Kaglei At the Jacob Peterson farm home Sunday night 60 friends and relatives brought lunch and surprised the Petersons and their sort and his w.'.fe, Mr. and Mrs. Linus Peterson. The evening jvas Spent in friendly visiting followed by lunch. Each family were presented an end table by the guests. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Peterson were married 42 years ago at the home of Mrs. Petersons parents the Olaf Johnsons, in Swea township. They farmed in Eagle township gevnn years, moving on to the present place where they have rented the past 38 years. Whe Petersons have five children, all married, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Peterson and small daughter here, Mr. and-Mrs. Linus Peterson and son, Reginald l!.vlng at home and farmed in 'partnership with his father, Mr. and Mrs Clifford Peterson and son of Minneapolis and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Blair and two sons of Woden. The Jacob Petersons are retiring, moving to Swea City where they purchased a house. The Linus Petersons also are moving to Sweu City where he will join his father- in-law, Mr. Northern who farms adjoining town and runs a large dairy and milk delivery. Mrs Harold Jones was at Biirt last Thursday where she attended a meeting of the Eastern Star. |James Kinney of Mllo came last week for a few weeks stay at the home of his sister, Mrs. J. E. Harner. ^Wallace Anderson student of the Marrkato business college, visited over the week end with his parents the Carl Andersons. •Betty Anderson student nurse at the Kahler School of Nursing at Rochester, Minn., spent the week end here with her parents, the Art Andersons. Mr. and Mrs. Noble Parka and two children and Mr. Park's moth- er of Des Molnes visited from Saturday until Sunday with Mrs. N, Parks' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas, Kuchynka. Mr. and Mrs Bert Olson and son, Dennis of Algona, were Siunday guests at the Tim Doocy home. In the afternoon Mrs. Olson attended a Shower In Swea City in honor oi Mrs. Art Doocy who before her recent marriage was Emm Schwarts, Mrs. Art E. Anderson and Mrs. H. Fagerland were (hostesses at the Anderson home Saturday night honoring Elmer Sanson, Kenneth Kollasch and Albert Anderson who will leave Tuesday for Induction into the army. Games were payed and lunch was served. Forty guests presnted each boy with a gift. IThe Elvln Swanson farm sale last week Wednesday brought record-breaking crowd and good prices received. Elvln has been farming with hf« mother, Mrs. Nels Swanson since the death of his father a few years ago. Elvln expects to enter army service. Mrs Swanson and two children, Harold and Jo Anna, will move to Swea City. A daughter, Meta Mae Swanson of Los Angeles, Calif., came Wednesday for a few weeks visit and will return to her work soon. Verne Ellis, Former Kossuth Publisher, Honored in Denver Swea City: The Swea City Herald last week contained an article from a Denevr newspaper wh'ch told of a receptlonhonoring Verne Ellis on h's 79th .birthday at the Broadway Baptist church. A large number of young and old friends had attended and Mr. Ellis had read verses he had written for the occasion, Mr. Ellis was once a well known editor in Kossuth county having published 'LuVerne, Bancroft and Swea CJty papers. He gets back here occasionally to look after business interests and to greet old friends. {Relatives and friends gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mittag to help Mrs. M'.ttag celebrate her birthday Thursday evening. Titonka Vicinity News Items Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sleper and children were Friday guests at the C. B. Egesdal home, 'Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bacon wore Thursday visitors at the Vern Bacon 'home near Ventura. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Elliott and family were Sunday guests of Mrs. Nellie Elliott at Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Orthel o'f Thompson were Sunday evening guests at the H. J. Orthel home. (Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cooper and Myrna Rae of Clarion were Sunday guests at the Charles Coopers. (Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hanson of Swea City visited Mrs^ Nelsena Hanson and Mr. and Mrs. Howard French Sunday. ;,Mr., .and Mrs. Al Zielske and Mrs;' Richard Zielske of Ledyard were. Sunday evening guests of the Marshall Friest famMy. 'Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hench and Richard and C. H. Hench were supper guests at the Forein Dest- iva home at Britt Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dick B. Meyer and son's were dinner guests at the PUBLIC SALE I will sell the following described property at public auction on my farm 4 miles south and 3% miles east of Algona, or 1% miles east of Irvington, on Friday, February .19 SALE STARTS AT 1 P. M. LUNCH WAGON ON GHtOUNDS 167 Head of Livestock 167 160 Head of Duroc Hogs 160 Consisting of 40 sows and gilts bred to three outstanding boars for March and April farrow, 120 Pall pigs will weigh up to 125 Ibs. Pigs will be sold in lots of 12 '..;/ Everything double treated for cholera, 7 Brown Swiss Cattle 7 Three yearling heifers, open, 1 Heifer will freshen May 25. Three one-month old bull calves., This group is sired by a sire of the top producing cow pf the Hefti he^rd of Benwick, - Miscellaneous Items 1 Mor« Com |f 0f gWn grades 150ft, % inch bay rope. Chassis for 2- wjjeol trailer, '7 Bujhej 1948 Timothy seed, 1 Hog crate, \ Cider Press corn gftejler, One 44#lel»ua<lry stove, One &ft, mm saw, TERMS; Cash, or if time w wanted please see the clerk at the sale or before the sale, No jarojiertjr to be jswwved until settled mp| •• ^^" ^^r^^W ^P ^W ^^ff ^B ' j *,^F 1^ ^' W|^^ ^ ^^^F WHI^^ lw«U Btss-, Auste, I»wa state Bali W. Tapper home Sunday and supper guests at the Joe H. Tappers. Mr, and Mrs, Howard French returned Saturday evening from Des Moines where they attended the state lumberman's convent.'on. [M£. and Mrs. John Cordes Jr. are the parents of a son born Feb. 1st. Mrs. Cordes is the former Marie Anderson and this is their first child. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gray are the parents of a six pound son born Feb. 4. This is their first child and Mrs. Gray is the former tola Meanders. Mr. and Mrs. George Eden, Sr. received word that their son, Geo. L. Eden has recently been transferred to Detroit, Michigan, for advanced, mechanical training. John Pink and son Bob, were business callers at Algona Thursday. Mrs. Florence Reaser accompanied them and visited her 'mother, Mrs. J. E. Keil at the hospital there. The infant son, Melvin Dwayne of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gray and Clarence Richard; son of Mr. and Mrs Ralph Harms, were baptized Sunday in the Ramsey Reformed church. (Mrs. Al Young and Kathleen, Mrs. J. L. Intermill and Mrs. John Stott were at Mason City Thursday. Mrs. J. L. Intermill called on. her sister, Dr. and M;rs. G. J. Sartor. (Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Egesdal and family were visitors at the Lars Egesdal's Sunday and in the afternoon, Mrs. C. B. Egesdal attended the funeral of a fr.'«nd, Mrs. J. P. Larson at Elmo re. ,(Mr. and Mrs Harry Schroeder and children from Esthervllle were Sunday guests at the John K. Rippentrop, Sr. home. Other guests ware Mr. and Mrs. Senus Isebrand and 'Mr. and Mrs. John Boeckelman. Mrs. Carl F. Callies honored her daughter, Carol on her seventh b.'Tthday Monday evening with a party for nine little g'rls. Games were played and a lunch was served. The party was from 4430 until 6 o'clock, : (Week end guests at the Ellen Carr home were Mrs. Elroy Hatten and children and Phyllis Carr of Bancroft and Marcus Carr of Forest City. P. F, C. James Carr returned to Camp Hood, Texas, on Tuesday evening, Feb. 1 (Mr. and Mrs. Steve TJaden are the parents of a 10-pound son born Friday, Feb. 5th, named Glen Steven. Tills is their first child and Mrs. Tjaden is the former Alma Sleper. Mrs. Roy Hansen is taking care of the babe and mother at her home. (Mr. and Mrs Chris Iverson and Keith of Thompson were over night viators Saturday with Mrs. Alvin Honken and David and James on Sun-day. Mrs. Hoken and children accompanied them tt) the Henry Moe and Chris Anderson homes at Lake MMls. Jtfr. and MM..R. E. Ferguson and an were Sunday guests of Mrs- Harold Carlson and Mr. and Mrs, S. S. Whitmore at Rolfe. Jean remained and on Monday accompanied Mrs. Carlson to MJami, Fla,, here Jean will join her own mother, Bonita Bergman. (Rev. C. B, Mitchell was honored at a birthday dinner Sunday at the Kenneth Swan home here] The guests were Mr- end Mrs. James KnoU and Art MUphell ot Bwrf, Mr. ana Mrs. Bennett Mitchell of Buffalo Center, Mr. and Mrs. Wnv Schram and Lpis and Harriett Schram of MUford and Mr- aj»d Mr. and Mrs, W«bjir gofarajn- •Miss Lorraine Franwm was n»fd Friday, F*fe. 0, with a shower a| the JOnynawue} Lutheran LEDVARDWINSIN B. B. TOURNAMENT AT SWEA CITY Swea City: Good sized crowds attended the North Kossuth basketball tournament held here Feb. 4-5-6. The championship game was won by Ledyard Saturday night and the consolation round .by Lonn Rock. The scores were 'Ledyard 22, Swea City 18 and Lone Rock 22, Fenton 20.- In the semi-finals Friday the Ledayrd and Lone Rock score was 28 and 16 and the Swea City and Fenton score was 26 and 21. .The Ladies' GuMd will meet on Friday afternoon. The hostesses will be Mrs. Herman Kluger and Mrs. Harry Tish. Raymond Lanning, of Webb, vocational agriculture instructor, visited during the week end at the Walter Smith home. The Lannings will move onto their farm near Albert Lea immediately after school closes next spring. Mrs. Frances Sevold and son, Jimmie left Sunday to join Mr. So- void at Key -West, Fla. Mrs. Sevold took the fast train out of Mankato to Chicago, her father Ed Anderson taking her to Mankato from here. Mr. Sevold is carpenter's mate w.'.th the navy. Supt. Schuler and Supt. Garrett of Grant township consolidated school drove to HumboFdt Saturday to meet in a conference with Humboldt county superintendents, on the school bus survey. They were acompanied by Mrs. Schuler, Mrs. Garrett and Lyle Peterson. " ' ' "" """"""""'"""Mimmii imnnimiimimii iiiimiiiui mini m nilllllllllllllflllllllllllllilllllllllll CLOSING OUT SALE Having rented my farm, I will sell the following described property at the farm located 4 miles west and 6 miles north of Algona or &y 2 miles south of Lone Rock on Thursday, February 18 Sale to start promptly at 12:00 M. Lunch Wagon on Grounds Lotts Greek News Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Geitzenauer and family visited Wednesday evening at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Geitzenauer and Esther Ge'.tzenauer accompanied the Delbert Geitzen- auers for a few days visit here. |Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin, Mr. and Mrs. Will Boettcher, Mr. and tfrs. Donald Rad'g and family and VIr. and Mrs. Martin Dreyer and Larry of Biirt were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs George Bolte of Fairville. The dinner was n honr of Mrs. Bolte's mother, Mrs, Clara Grimmels 1 birthday. (Several relatives gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W, Wichtendahl Thursday evening to help celebrate Mr. Wichtendahl's birthday. Those attending were: Mi-, and Mrs. Otto Wichtendahl, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wichtendahl arrd 'amMy, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Geitzenauer and family, Martin Po- ;ratz, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Po- :ratz and family and Esther Geitzenauer of Armstrong. The evening was spent at playing cards after which refreshments were served. 6 - Head of Horses - 6 1 team Bay mares, 7 and 8 years old, wt. 1600 Ibs. each. 1 team Black geldings, 3 and 5 years old, wt. 1500 each. Two yearling colts, 1 sorrel and 1 bay. 12 - Head of Cattle - 12 11 Black Angus yearlings, heifers and steers. 1 Holstein cow. - MACHINERY - L GeM Bros, ensilage cutter, complete with pipes and 2 sets of knives, new. One 44 ft John Deere elevator with wagon hoist, 1 All steel horse power. 1 Speed jack. One 16 ft John Deere disc. One 8 ft Cut-away disc. 1 Allls Chalmers spring tooth harrow with power lift. One 14 ft. Great Western roller 1 , 1 New Idea side delivery hay rake, new. 2 Dump rakes, one 10 ft and one 12 ft 1 New Idea hay loader, new. 1 Hay stacker and buck. 1 John Deere manure spreader. 1 John Deere com planter. 1 McCormick-Deerlng corn binder. 1 Case plow, two 16 Inch bottoms, new. 1 Emerbon sulky plow. One 4-snction drag, with drag cart 1 McCormick-Deerlng small cylinder corn shellerl with 20 ft. drag. 1 Deering grain binder. 1 IMQoline single row cultivator. 1 surface cultivator, two 6 ft Mowers, 1 McCormick and 1 Deering. 1 Endagatc seeder. 1 Broadcast seeder, with grass attachment 1 McCormick-Deerlng feed grinder, 10 in., with elevator. 1 Wooden wheeled wagon with new flared box. 1 Steele wheeled wagon with new flared box. I Steel wheeled wagon with has. 1 Wagon box. 1 bob sled. 2 Hay racks, 1 with steel wheel run,- ning gear. 1 Wood saw with engine mounted on trucks. 1 Gas engine. 1 Solid rubber tired running grean Grind stone. 3 Sets) breeching harness. 2 Sets leather fly nets. 2 Feed cookers. 3 feed bunks. 2 Rotary hog feeders, 10 bu size. 2 large hog feeders, one 46 bu. and one 60 bu. H»g troughs. 2 tanks, 1 wood and 1 steel. One 1929 Model A 1-ton Ford trucks One 60 ft Endless belt, 1 Stack of alfala hay. 1 Stack of red clover hay. 10 ton red clover in barn. About 100 bales of alfalfa hay. 1 Kitchen range. 1 Coal heater. 1 Maytag washer. Other household goods and other articles too numerous to mention. Some red clover seed. TERMS: Gash or if time is wanted, please see the clerk at the sale or before the sale. No property to be removed until settled for. O.A. LAABS OOLWELL BROS., Aucts. IOWA STATE BANK, Clerk IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM 1 COMPLETE— CLOSING OUT SALE S of the property of the late Henry Baumann Estate, located 4 miles east and £ mile == south of Rodman; one mile west and 3£ miles south of Whittemore; and 3 3 7 4 miles S north of West Bend on Highway 44, on .^ ^ ^. (Monday, February 15 = SALE STARTS AT 12 NOON LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS 5 - HEAD OF HORSES - f One black gelding 8 yrs. old; 1 blue roan mare, 8 yrs. old; 1 sorrel gelding, 4 yrs. old; 1 brown mare, smooth mouth; 1 black saddle horse, smooth mouth. 45 - HEAD OF CATTLE - 45 22 head of cows, 3 white face bulls, 12 heifers, 8 steers. Most of these cattle are white face. , HEAD OF HOGS - ^ 40 head of red brood sows bred to Hampshire boar—farrow around the first of April Sows are veterinary vaccinated. Certificates furnished. Farm Machinery. Etc* Papec feed grinder, mounted on a 1986 Cher, truck, with IHC motor JA-50, license and stamn [.equipped with good tires} a io,ft. IHC discs} John Deere dfcc, 9,ft,f 8 wagons with bVi $$> , Atr • l^^vkal^vila • ^.l.« Tk «.^ u ^ _a "WTtr ft •• . ~ T*-r-^'^rai"- 7*B »""^t«» f»"WMr M«KM-B WIV were,Mr«. Herman ,Franzen, Mrs. H, H. JJrugs t Mrs.. Her- mai» Lj«j|i«rjf and Hfr* A prpgrajft ot was presented tar apd. D«jr& Fyaj -~-fl, r -, - ^- - ^^Tj Franzen. After the prpgram •r 4Mb were t wagon and rack! bobsled; John Deere seeder; IHC corn planter; drag cart; 2 »-«, cultivator; Service cultivator; 9 single-row cultivators j hay rake} IHC jnower, 5-ft.j blower; 5 30-gaJ. oil barrels; stack of alfalfa hay; stack of red clover hay; walking plow} band corn shelter? Wnay round corn crib, complete with a new tin roof, , Mineral feeder} 8 hog feeders} 8 hog troughs; 8 rotary hog feeders: g barrel hag hog watereri TMwnjin tank heater} oil burner tank-heater} wood burner tank heater} ' * saddle} 8 sets harness} harpoon hay fork; 6 wooden slop barrels; 50-gal, cookers C. CorrofekT»eertog sepamtpr} clean-easy milk nuwhine? weed ' stretchers} chicken roosts, abonl; |40 ft,} hard jrood Iwwbor u, .„ „„„ „_ Wfw ,, WW , HS , __ 4 8'Jiorse evenersj »nd n»»ny other articles too numerous to mention, Also complete »»e of HOfJS^nPl^p GQQUS-^Sipger .sewing machine} heater} cook store« laimdir Btams x with »pi;tof an« wattms, dlaing yponilitole} MWm^iVffiS^rtK^ t wSienjiiii^ ew; buffet} 8 rpffsi writing desk? and J small table, ^ , ^ * ™ m m9m J * , ™t*f»ib ^^^^^1'' ' ', ' ? N i "'t,"jf^*> ^ And under, caqh} o^r 110, «J« moptha .?ow ^^^P* * ^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^p ^^(ffiK "^^wp^ J^HPT!? ^ i(ff * wirw ^ * -' *1 *- -^4 4 * ~

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