The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 11, 1962 · Page 17
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 11, 1962
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bEC. ,5. ?g M ° INES 1 rcccivcd (hc hand players dream of at a session of the Algona Men's Sf ag n CIub atB «rt Monday night. It was a perfect 29 con- sis mg of three fives and a fack S * - Utbtho five of the same fac W Ja K k , Wa t in ' Des P ite t"e fact Wes had the perfect hand Lady Luck really smiled on Hank Gudenan as he won every game * » * At a meeting of the Fenton firemen Monday evening, it was ?h eC '» ed t0Ddonate $25 I" enlarge the Honor Roll board. The board was completely filled with names of men in the service and it was necessary to add on to it in order all additional service men could be listed. The firemen also voted to buy $300 worth of government bonds. Wilfred Stoeber was a new member of the fire department. * * « The county-wide blackout, tried as a practice run for the first time to prepare everyone for a possible emergency, was considered a huge success. The only light seen from a window here came from a home where the resi I II dents were away during the blackout. They apparently forgot to turn out the light when they left. Reports from every area of the 9-state blackout indicated it was a success. * * » A total of 31 more draftees left Tuesday morning to report al Camp Dodge for induction into the armed services. Included were four who transferee! from other counties or states and one whose father was already in the services. * * * Bob Kinsey, son of Mr and Mrs Duke Kinsey, Algona, had been assigned to the aviation school of the Naval Air Station at Jacksonville, Fla. He had recently completed basic training at Great Lakes, 111., and was slated to be at Jacksonville for 14-16 weeks. (In 1962, Bob is an airlines pilot on huge passenger jets) It got downright cold here during the week. The mercury slipped to 12 below zero Dec. 13 after a one below reading the day before to climax a chilly week. High mark for the week, 31 degrees, was registered twice, Dec. 9-10. * * * Good movies were on tap for theater-goers here. Included were "Mrs Wiggs of The Cabbage Patch", with Fay Bainter and Hugh Herbert, "The Daring Young Man", with Joe E. Brown, and "The Major and The Minor", with Ginger Rogers and Ray Milland. Algona high school and Emmetsburg called it quits after slaying a three-overtime, 26-26 tie here Tuesday night. The Bulldogs trailed most of the way, but neith er team could come up with a point after the game was knottet shortly before the final buzzer ii the fourth quarter. Holdren lee the Algona scorers with eigh points, while Smith got the same number for E'Burg. * * « Mr and Mrs Stan Muckey, Algona, became parents of their first child, a daughter, born Sunday at the Kossuth hospital. The arrival of the baby girl made Mr and Mrs L. S. Muckey grandparents for the second time in a week. * * * Despite a war-lime cutback of consumer products, local stores were filled with oodles of selections for Christmas-giving. Ads in the UDM told of the many items available. FROM THE FILES OF THE ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES DEC. 16, 1952 Good was mixed with bad for Albert Urch, Algona high school senior. While on his way to a student discussion forum at Iowa City Friday morning, he was involved in an accident that resulted in $300 damage to the car ST EGG PROFITS with one of these HY-LINE VARIETIES Test-Proved Egg HY-LINE Profit Maker... Profitable... eV-LINE Variety SSfl-A Layers Hy-Line variety 950- A layer* tip the scales at about 4.3 Ibs. at maturity. Makes them tough to resist respiratory problems in crowded layer areas . . . but still give you good feed conversion. Gentle, too. Won't panic easily when you work with them. 950-A starts laying early, producing large white eggs with tough shells and a minimum of interior faults. 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Try Hy-Line variety 934-F layers for top livability, high egg production, egg quality, and great egg profit opportunity. ORDER HY-LINE @ CH,CKS Save $3 per 100 Pullets ... by ordering Hy-Line chicks now, for either winter or spring delivery. YOUR LOCAL HY-LINE SALESMEN: Aaron Steussy Algona, Iowa Clarence Abbas Kanawha, Iowa Oral McCullough Corwith, Iowa John L. Haupert Burt, Iowa LeRoy Schilrz Bancroft, Iowa Walter Vaudt Whittemore, Iowa Calvin Vaudt Fenton, Iowa Glenn Opheim Emmetsburg, Iowa Arend Swalve Buffalo Center, Iowa Loren Aukes Buffalo Center, Iowa Klein's Farm Supply Algona, Iowa Robinion Produce Wesley, Iowa OR George L. Eden Swea City, Iowa Lester Gray Buffalo Center, Iowa James Mayne Ledyard, Iowa Wm. Larson Lakota, Iowa Howard Wohlers Algona, Iowa WHITTEMORE HATCHERY Phone 4161 WHITTEMORE, IOWA he was driving — but fortunately none of the six passengers in the auto were injured — and Albert wound up with a pair of superior ratings at Iowa City. The mishap occurred near Oelwein when the auto hit a patch of ice and skidded into the rear of another vehicle. * * * Christmas was nearing — and for 24 area families the holiday promised to be a happy one clue to their adoption by individuals, groups and organizations. The Adopt A Family list had been printed in the Upper Des Moines (it's still a yearly event) and area citizens had been more than willing to insure a Merry Christmas for the less fortunate persons on the list. Besides the regular adoption practice, a total of $137 in cash had been donated, including one gift of $100 and another of $20 for use to help children in the families have a real Christmas. « * • Kossuth county was thr scone of weather extremes during the week, with temperatures ranging from 10 to 41 degrees. The low mark was registered on Weatherman Harry Nolte's thermometer Dec. 15, while the high was the same day. For the most part, highs managed to top the freezing mark each day. * » • The Algona Lions club planned to hold its annual Ytiletide toy distribution Christmas Eve, according to Dr. L. L. Snydcr, club president. A collection of toys was to be made at local stores and members of the club were then slated to deliver them to homes in the community. n. * ,u A couple of pretty good movies were slated to show at the Algona Theater during the week. They were "Les Miserables", with Michael Rennie, Debra Paget, Robert Newton, Edmund Gwcnn, Sylvia Sidney, Cameron Mitchell and Elsa Lanchester, and "Don't Bother To Knock", with Marilyn Monroe and Richard Widmark. * * * The Pioncdr Hi-Bred Corn Co. force here had a Christmas party at the local VFW hall Monday evening — and 60 persons attended. A 6:30 dinner was followed by a gift exchange and games. Mr and Mrs Ed Sindclar and Mr and Mrs Wendell Jergenson were in charge of arrangements. Among the locals — Dr. and Mr? \. K. Richardson, Algona, spent he weekend in Des Moinos visiting riends. Kitty, small daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Hardgrove, had a tonsillectomy at St. Ann hospital Saturday morning. Mr and Mrs Albert Slobe were visited recently by Mr and Mrs Lane Vis- sqr of Sioux Center. Mr and Mrs Lcwcll Smith spent Sunday al Charles City with Mr and Mr; Harley Peters. Michael Schmidt son of Mr and Mrs Gordon Schmidt, returned to scMol after r few days' sickness with tonsilitis * * * Algona high school dropped r pair of basketball games to Clear Lake and Fort Dodge, St. Cecelia's won from St. Joseph's of Mason City and Sacred Heart of Ft. Dodge, and Algona's wrestlers downed Carroll and lost to Osage during the week. Cresco Chums Receive Host Of 4-H Awards Cresco Chums held award night at the Algona High School Annex recently. Completion seals were awarded ,o Lucille Gade, Rosemary Gisch, Verdean Shaw, Donna Mae Thil- ;es, Virginia Gisch, Marilyn Deal, Sheila Frideres, Linda Meehlhause, Carol Teeter, Sharon Roethler, Cynthia Long, Susan Johnson, Shirley Thilges, Marcia Sabin, Marilyn Roethler, Susan Smith, Debbie Sabin, Jean Marie Gisch, and Mary Zaugg. Plaques were received by Lucille Gade, Rosemary Gisch, Carol Teeter and Susan Smith. Eight-year seals were presented to Lucille Gade and Rosemary Gisi'h. Donna Mae Thilges received a six-year seal and Virginia Gisch was awarded a five-year seal. Marcia Sabin and Susan Smith received Reading Awards. Blue, longtime record-book awards went to Lucille Gade, Virginia Gisch, and Rosemary Gisch. Rosemary Gisch received a Rec- reation Award and also the Chicago Trip Award. Lucille Gade was presented a Clothing Award and an award for the best record- book in Kossuth County. Algona Woman's Son-ln-Law Is Heart Victim Linn Mills, about 52, Medford. Oregon, son-in-law of Mrs Delia McCullough, Algona, died suddenly of a heart attack Sunday morn ing at the Mills home at Medford. He had not been ailing. His wife is the former Maurino McCullough, well-known former Algona girl. Mrs McCullough loft by plane Monday morning to be with her daughter. Funeral arrangements are pending. He Is survived by his wife and two sons. Bill and Bob. The Mills family had visited here in the past and are known by many Algonans. Whittemore News Mr and Mrs Ralph Sebors and September Sue and Steven of Al bert Lea, Minn, and Mr and Mrs Terrance Behlmer and family of Ames were Saturday overnight and Sunday dinner guests at the parental home of Mr and Mrs Edward Maahs in Whittemore. They also attended the miscellaneous shower held Sunday in St. Paul Lutheran church parlors in honor of Susan Schultz, daughter of Mr and Mrs Leonard Schultz. Mr and Mrs Marcus Ztimach Tuesday, Dumber 11, 1»62 Algona (la.) U PP «r DM MotnM-3 spent the weekend with f Mr and Mrs Rudolph Schipporcif,* parents of Mrs Zuniach in Ainsworth, Neb. They also visited her brother and family, Mr and Mrs Ralph Schipporeit at Ainsworth. OFFICE SUPPLIES - Business forms, office furniture, filing equipment and supplies, at the Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona, across from new Municipal parking lot. .Science Shrinks Pilef New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch-Relieves Pain 4_ T..J. » m ,m .-.» .... »•»»• ' T»rk, It T. (* r ~<«l> - r«t ill* ftnt Urn* tclenc* ha* fonnd a n«w healing lubitanc* with the aitoa- Uhlag ability to ihrlnk hemorrhoids, itop Itching, and r*JUr» pain - without larger?. In eaje after cut, while gontlr nlltTtng pain, actual reductloa <*hrlnk«ge) took plaea. MM* Muni*! «4 all-Malta w*n »e thorough that tnff*ren aitonlthlng itatontnt* Ilk* «n hav« ceased to b« • problem 1' Th« *«cret U a new healing «uV- (tanc* (Blo-Drn««)-dl«coT«r7 W • world-famoni research InititoU. Thil rnbitane* U now availabU ra rapporttory or ttnlmtnt form under the nam* Prtpar+iit* UQ, Al all 4nur *~*-'-m. BRANDOW BRANDOW FARM SALE Because of ill health and necessity to move to a different climate, » will sell the following described personal property to the highest bidders on the farm located 1 mile west of Algona on blacktop road or 1 mile south of Algona airport, on- Saturday. Dec. 15 SALE STARTS 12:30 p.m. MURPHY'S LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS FARM MACHINERY- 1951 R-N Ford tractor, motor completely overhauled, transmission and steering overhauled within the last year. Dearborn Loader with live power lift - manure scoop and snow bucket, very good. 1951 Dearborn Cultivator. 1951 Dearborn 7 ft. rear-mounted mower with windrower — good. Dirt Scoop for 'Ford. Kovar 15 ft. springtooth. 4-section Lindsay harrow with John Deere evener. 1955 M.M. Manure spreader, good. 2-row International planter with fertilizer attachments. 1951 WD Allis Chalmers tractor, completely overhauled in spring. 1958 2-row Mpls.-Moline pull-type corn picker. 1951 Mpls.-Moline 2-row mounted rotary hoe. Allis Chalmers 2-row cultivator. 1951 Dearborn 2-16 in. mounted plow. John Deere 2-14 in. plow. John Deere 15 ft. disc. 52 ft. John Deere elevator with wide truck hopper, overhead wagon hoist. 1957 4-bar side delivery rake, very good. 1-J. D. No. 943 4-whee) trailer with flare box. One 2-wheel trailer. STRAW & HAY Approx. 700 bales of Straw under roof. Approx. 700 bales of Hay in stack (Alfalfa). MISCELLANEOUS 1 Electric fencer; 1 battery fencer; 1 6 ft. steel water tank with hog waterer attached; 1 Pride-of-Farm hog waterer, 80 gal., near new; 1 Big Husky hog feeder; 1 150 gal. gas barrel with stand; one 10 x 10 ft. brooder house; 1 21 in. Eclipse power lawn mower; small tools; and some household goods. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS 128 Head Livestock -CATTLE- 8 Hereford Cows bred to Purebred Bull — late in May. 8 Hereford Calves — 4 Heifers and 4 weight approx. 450 Ibs. -HOGS- 82 Head Fall Feeder Pigs. to calf Steers, 30 Summer Farrowed Feeder Pigs, Vet Vaccinated. TERMS: CASH, or make arrangements before sale. Kenneth Brandow CLERK - Security State Bank, Algona AUCTIONEERS - Leek & Quinn When You Think Of JEWELRY Think Of W ^^^^^ ^^^^^0 V^^^^R ^^^M ^^^^H MRHfcB ^Mr flHHni i^^fclgjlr I Large Selection

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