The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 7, 1957 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 7, 1957
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4-AIgano f!o.) Upper DM Molnes tluirteley, Nov. f, 19S7 Algona Upper Des Molnts FARM SALE CALENDAR The farm auction season gets rolling next week, with two sales booked as described below. Nov. 13, Wednesday ~ Gerald Frank! sale of 300 head of guaranteed open Holstein heifers apd 25 head of heavy springing heifers, starting al 12:30 p.m. at the Algona Sales Barn, with Quinn & Yungeberg as auctioneers. These heifers are Wisconsin heifers, will be sorted for size and color, and range in weight from 450 to 800 Ibs. They may all be inspected prior to sale. Heifers are vaccinated and tatooed, and papers will be furnished. They were fed at the Frankl farm, a complete ration including vitamins and trace minerals. Complete details on this sale will be found in a half page ad in today's Upper Des Moifles. This is an outstanding sale of dairy cattle. Nov. 13, Wednesday — Closing ottt sale of Ervin Fahrenholtz, 1% oast and 3 north of Titonka, including cattle, pigs, machinery and miscellaneous equipment as listed in detail in today's Upper Des Moines. DeVries Bros., auctioneers; Titonka Savings Bank, clerk. NOT. 18. Monday — A. E. Weaver sale, at southwest corner of Lakota, including 50 feeder pigs, 40 ewes and bucks, and farm machinery. Quinn & Yungeberg auctioneers; C. C. Gcrzema, clerk. Sale details next week. Nov. 20—C. E. Dettlck sale, 5 E; of 16& & 18 junction, Vi north; or, 8 west of Wesley and V4 nqrth. Machinery and livestock sale, details later. Dale .Yungeberg, auctioneer; Iowa' State Bank, ' NOT. 85—Henry Moore, complete dispersal of Registered Whitefaced cattle at Algona Sale Barn, Cylinder Bank, clerk, and Yungftberg and Qninn. auctioneers. No*. 3ft—Mrs Simpson, 6 miles east of Burt, complete line of machinery, Burt Savings Bank clerk, and Yungeberg and Quinn, auctioneers. D*e. J—Henry Moore, complete line of machinery, 8 miles north of Cylinder, Cylinder Bank, clerk, and Yungeberg and Quinn, auctioneers. Dec. 4, Wednesday — Earl Cooper sale, from junction of 16918 ,one quarter mile north and m northeast on diagonal road. Complete line of machinery, 11 Holstein cows, etc. Yungeberg & Quinrt, auctioneers; Iowa Statt Bank, Algona, clerk. Sale details later. Dec. 5—-Mrs Johnson, across from Frank and Em's Cafe, complete line of machinery and some dairy cattle, Iowa State Bank, clerk, and Yungeberg and Quinn, auctioneers. Suffers Stroke Wesley — Gordon Giddings was taken to the Britt hospital Sunday evening, Oct. 27, following a stroke. He was with a grouy of friends who were en- route to a Lutheran meeting in Britt. Loses 3 Fingers Wesley—August (Red) Huske of Renwlck, well-known in this area, lost three fingers of his right hahd, Wednesday afternoon just a.8 he was cleaning out the picker after the first day of picking. The fingers were found m the glove _the next morning Surplus Commodities Surplus .'commodities will be distributed in the basement of thft'-bourt House Friday, Nov. 8. The' foods will be cheese, dry milk) beans, rice, corn meal and flour. . Are First and Last 'Heart's Desire' Drawing Scheduled For 8:00 Friday Eve., Nov. 8 ?' Pictured above in the MILTON ESPE family, of Whiitemore, .jrlnn*» to the first "Heart's Desire" free drawing held at Bjustrom's Furniture Store here on Oct. 25. The Espe's, married 14 years, selected as their 'Heart's Desire' at Bjustroni't ft $219.00 luxurious beige frieze sofa-davenport, to replace a IS-year-pld sofa that had belonged to Mrs Espe's folks. Their ticket was drawn, and they are pictured in their home shortly after the new sofa wa delivered by 9jWtronV» yen, Mr. Espe has. been jenyjjoyfd at, *he Whittemore post office since 1848. The couple has 3 fine boys. Brian, ", Craig, 8 and Kent, 4. As shown, the whole Espe family'is completely happy *h»lr wonderful Bjustrom gift. athy, 9. WstUMd ifeove if'the JOSEPH H. BESC^I fwnily, who form ||0 MW *i* mile* west of Algonft 9A.ni9fw*y 18. They are pictured ffeup*4 «round the S180.00 sevenpiece Pipette 8*t they received as t ire* »iii itom Biuilroro'i FuroUure at ityjawjyJ 'Hfi»rt'8 PeiU9' *2.wtei feeld Nov. 1. Mr*. Be»ch iayi ;th>y chpse thU lively blonde iiCiWi Mt. t9 f*pl»et « wcend-hand W09d jot they bought whtn »y »«ft nawrlftd io 194$, A»d IwrtfUy enough, theirs wastht ticket il Tlw Batch's have four cWJdrm, «howo aboveTK «Ji«^dfe»?'«sfiS. WM UJMH wWT f •e. tf Dwlre' Drawing At 8KH) Friday Nlflht, No v. 8 RiGISTER NOW! CONSUMER'S CONSUMER'S CONSUMER'S CONSUMER'S CONSUMER'S Wow! Another Consumer's Weekend Thriller! Dolls FREE! JUST REGISTER YOUR NAME ANYTIME YOU ARE IN CONSUMERS Beautiful Christmas bolls Given Away Absolutely; Free..... Courtesy of BUTTERNUT COFFEE APPLES DELICIOUS Bushel 2 98 4 Lb. Bag .,».,, 39c ^ONATHONS Vi Bu. 149 4 Up. Bag 39c l-ARGE CUCUMBERS 5e LARGE STALK CELERY 19e BUY ONE ITEM AT REGULAR PRICE GET 2nd ITEM FOR HALF-PRICE READ BELOW, LADIES! Look over all of these special items . .'*. they are food items you want new, can store away, can use anytime! That's why they're such terrific bargain buys when you get the 2nd ONE FOR HALF PRICE . . . yes, Half Price ! It's a great shopping thriller this weekend here! MARSTMALLOWS. fittS* MEDIUM (2 LB. BAG) PRUNES Buy One For 39c Get 2nd For DROMEDARY GINGER BREAD MIX Buy One For 29c Get 2nd For..... MA BROWN (BIG 21-OZ.) GRAPE JAM Buy One For 35c Get 2nd For. ... BULK PITTED PILLSBURY WHIT* MA BROWN STRAWBERRY PRESERVES Buy One For 35c Get 2nd For.. J.. MA BROWN SWEET DELICIOUS PICKLES.... Buy One For 35c Get 2nd For..... MA BROWN OLD-FASHION PICKLES . Buy One For 29c Get 2nd For..... OYSTER CRACKERS Buy One For 29c V A N I S H PILLSBURY ASSORTED . »_ . 'fi; ; . 1 '*"" Gallon Size YOUNG - TENDER - FUUY TRfftjMiD BEEF ROAST.. . Ib. 39c YOUNG - TENDER RIB STEAK ..: ..Ib. CUDAHY'S PUR|TAN THICK (Np. I) SLICED BACON 2lbs.98c BACON EHDJ..... ,5|b.l»x1.49 Place Your Order For Thanksgiving T-U-R-K-E-Y-S AT CONSUMERS NOW! for Roasting or Stewing " Armour'* Cloverbloom Per Lb. 1 £DO$.£ Bff* They're <fi$nd-Pi<?ked yoyng qo^lfi (not srMwrUd} heiftr beef guirterR' . .»?•, 9Q to 1PQ M»j ti?e ', you Delect :&# *re iix lor your jljwicfrr j^»t nghtl - - FRESH (lit Grade) DOZEN SUGAR 49c POWDERED or BROWN SUGAR ---.--_ $ Lb. Bg 39c * ' ''' -H; if '»

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