The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 7, 1957 · Page 17
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AUCTION SALE OF DAIRY CATTLE TO BE HELD ON Wednesday, Nov. 13 Starting At 12:30 P. M* 300 HEAD OPEN HOLSTEIN 300 DAIRY HEIFERS * * * * * * * * * * * * 25 HEAD HEAVY SPRINGERS WISCONSIN COWS & HEIFERS TOP QUALITY & TOP PRODUCTION ALL THE ABOVE AVAILABLE FOR INSPECTION .BEFORE SALE. COME EARLY AND LOOK THEM OVER! THESE 300 ARE GUARANTEED OPEN HOLS TEIN HEIFERS Because of the Possibility of Bad Weather, I will Take My Heifers To the ALGONA SALES BARN - JUNCTION HIGHWAYS 169 AND 18 JUST NORTH OF ALGONA, IOWA, FOR THIS SALE Sale Barn Will Be Thoroughly Disinfected Before Heifers Are Taken There, These Open Heifers Will Be Sorted for Size and Color and Will Range in Weight From 450 to 800 Ibs. They Were Raised and Fed on My Farm at Irvington,'Iowa. (15 summer calves, weight approximately 300 Ibs.) All heifer* have been fed a complete ration, fortified with Vitamin A and D, and trace minerals, assuring proper development and minimizing breeding trouble. These heifers have not beeri housed this fall, and are capable of going into the stock fields without any danger. These Heifers Were Bought As. Calves Directly From Wisconsin Farms, Through the Barron County Co-operative Dairy Cattle Sales ASS'JI, of Barron, Wis. They Are From Dams That Produced Over 400 Ibs. Butterfat, Some to 600 Ibs. This gives them the potential of developing into the very best top grade of springing heifers and insuring top prices and insuring top production. All Heifers Are Officially Calf hood Vaccinated and Tatooed. Individual papers will b» furnished for all Heifer* sold. They also will have been tested for TB within 30 days prior to sole. TERMS; - Cash, or make arrangements with your banker, •%4lkl4ftVdBhbl fl^hlAJ A ^^^^ ^^^•f ^^^^v ^i^Eilff VHMPMHHiv IRVINOTON, IOWA QUINN ft YUNGIBERG, Auctioneer* tipper ®f s AL60NA, IOWA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1957 VOL. 94 - NO. 45 Kids Have Big Time, Halloween Party Dozens of Fine Prizes Given At Lions Event The Al^ona Lions annual kids Halloween party went off with a "bang" last Thursday evening at the Athletic field, and scores of kids in costume went home with "money in the pocket" after a long period during which the Lion judges were hard-pressed to select winning costumes. Games, chasing and catching of live roosters, and a well- patronized free food stand were Jther features of the evening. Don Hemmingsen and Maynard Miller were co-chairmen for this year's event. Lou Nitchals is president of the Lions Club. Following is a complete list of costume winners given in the order of 1st, 2nd, and- 3rd prize winners, followed by Honorable Mentions: Ages Through 7 Years Ghosts: Patty Frazier, Terry Tarrell, Carla Miller, Debbie Craft, Joe Deines, Timmy Boekelman. Witches: David Bilyeu, Mamie McCullough, Janice Marie Hagg, Lois Kitner. Cowboys, Cowgirls: Mike McInroe, Jimmy Murray. Kevin Egli, Pat Elbert. Hoboes: Keith Frideres, Jeff Pickett, Bobbie Balluff, Robin Kitner. Clowns: Anna Mae Lighter, John Hedlund, Randy Krause, Marilyn Dau. Miscellaneous: Judy Venteicher, Teresa Deines, Karen Baker. Susan Knox, Patty Hopkins. Animals (Special Group added by judges): Felice Norman, Karen Egli, Bruce Marshall, Charles Cassel. Ages 1 Through 9 Ghosts: Becky Fraser, Kerry Godfredsen, Jim Frank!, Sherryl Baker, Mitchael Deines. Witches: Mary Asa, Lynne Durant, Susan Evans, Becky Hemmingsen. Cowboys, Cowgirls: David Marton, Ruth McEnroe, Bruce Olson, Mary Morck, Virginia Klein. Hoboes: Mike Waller, Bob Smith, Daryl Johnson, Mike Boekelman, Thomas L. Miller. Clowns: Dick Balluff, Barry Watkins, Bobby Stebritz, Gary Lane. Miscellaneous: Linda Sands, Bill and Tena O'Brecht, David Williamson, Gloria Joseph, Patty Balluff, Trudy Porter, Steve Churchill. Ages 10 Through 12 Ghosts: Pam Hopkins, Virginia Gisch, Lois Jean Hunt, Conrad Graham, Barbara Teeter. Witches: Dwight Frideres, Penny Dodds, Judy Hagg, Jimmy Colwell. Cowboys, Cowgirls: Hazel McEnroe, Diane Smith, Bernard Goecke, Vincent Goecke. Hoboes: Douglas Croft, Dennis Miller, Rosemary Reinders, Janis Ringsdorf, Marlene Henderson, K. Speoht.Clowns: Jane Geilenfeld, Diane Kuhlmann, Roger Dial, Larry Evers, Linda Dodds . Miscellaneous: Bruce McCullough, Jack Keith, David Agena, Susan Hemmingsen, Johnny Elbert, Jeane Christiansen, Norman Stewart, Janice Venteicher, Juanita Meyer. Over 12 Years Hoboes: Bill Specht, Larry Reefer, Jim Reefer, Larry Bonnett Miscellaneous: Alvin Hagg, GRID GUESSERS CONTEST By 01' Man Mose It look only IS correct games out of 20, last Saturday, to win the cash awards in the Grid Guessers contest, but it resulted in a first place tie at that. Kenneth Walter of Fenton and Gene Abbott of Algona each had IS correct and took 58 as high game total. Actual high game total was 64. Thus Kenneth and Gene will divide first and second place awards. Third place went to Kenneth D. Durant of Algona, with 15 correct and 56 for high game total score. Tom Kenefick came close; he picked IS correct, but 53 for high game total. On the Honorable Mention list with 14 right were Dick McMahon of Pocahontas, Jane Durant of Algona, and with 13 right, Mrs Orville Kinden, C. F. Schlievert, George Pentecost and Mrs Les Kenyon, all of Algona. Most enlriec had 10, 11 or 12 correct, and the Mourner's Bench for the week will be occupied by Steven Ford, Iowa Falls, Mrs Leonard Goecke, Bruce Bennett and Mrs R. Moe, all of Algona, and all with seven correct. Another list of games for this coming Saturday, including the annual Iowa-Minnesota clash, will be found on the Grid Guessers page this week, with the usual entry rules prevailing. Steven Albrechrt, Darrell Bunkofske, Duane Webb. First prizes in all above groups were $1.00 cash. 2nd was 75c and 3rd was 50c. Also all Honorable Mentions received 25c each. For this year's party the Lions added four Grand Prize contests, Most Elaborate Costume, Most Beautiful, Most Humorous, and Most Unusual. First prise winners in these four contests were awarded $5.00 each, with other cash prizes for 2nd and 3rd. These DAUS OLDS *'" Distinctive Styling Features 1958 Oldsmoblle winners are as follows: Most elaborate costume: Bruce McCullough — $5.00 Alvin Hagg, David Williamson. Most beautiful costume: Linda Sands — $5.00. Jean Christiansen, Judy Venteicher. Most humorous costume: Mike Waller — $5.00. Dick Balluff, Keith Frideres. Most unusual costume: Pam Hopkins — $5.00. Christine O'- Brecht, Bill O'Brecht, Trudy Porter. Perhaps the most "different" costume of the evening was a "Spook-nik", worn by Pam Hopkins, daughter of Mr and Mra Johnny Hopkins. When "Spook- nik" first appeared at the Athletic field, so unusual was the sight that at first it was a matter of conjecture whether the 'earth satellite' had not really landed to join the Lions party. The costume was the work of Mrs John Hopkins, who said "she just got it up on the spur of the moment." Oldsmoblle for 1958 offers a completely restyled body. The distinctive styling in this Super "88" Holiday sedan harmoniously employs horizontal trim to emphasize its long, flowing lines and low silhouette. Dominant in Oldsmobile's 1958 styling are striking twin blades that sweep down the rear fender crown. The enlarged rear window extends ZVt inches into the new thin-line rqof. The mas- ; stye rear bumper has unique twin back-op lights at . each extremity, with twin emblems and the Oldsmobile name on the rear deck. Choice of three Rocket engines with Improved economy Is offered in the 1958 Oldsmoblle, which has a smootherj Jetaway Hydra-Matic transmission and New-Matle Ride, a new concept of air suspension, available •. as desirable options. .,<'.**v.,..»,«rj x ^* ^-i <*.- • ••••=< NEW '58 OLDSMOBILE ON DISPLAY AT DAU'S GARAGE FRIDAY, NOV. 8 .Algona Men To 6 Mos. Training Donald L. Moore arid Marten G. Smith of Algona reported at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Sunday to begin a six month training period in the U. S. Army. A total of 25 men, all members of Battery B, 384th F.A., 103rd Infantry Division, with head-quarters at Garner, began training at the Missouri camp for training in the army reserve program. Moore and Smith are members of the Garner unit. ? :f- Mrs Smith, 92 Dies At Britt Wesley — Mrs RenlSroith, aged 92, died Wednesday, Oct. 30, in the Britt hospital where she. had been a patient since October 19 when she fell and broke her hip. She is step-mother of Orville Smith. The funeral was held Friday, ait 1 p.m. from the Evangelical Free Church in Britt, Burial was in Estherville. The Orville Smiths, Glenn Smiths, George Gremmers and many of their neighbors attended the funeral. IT IT'S NEWS — WE WANT IT FRIDAY NIGHT, NOV. 8 SIFTS &*#**** SANTA WILL BE IN T HE STORE 7:30 to 9: — FREE TREATS FOR THE KIDS — Come In and look Ovtr Our Urg* Selection of Teyi and 61ft Itwiu. .">. .V/..H

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