The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 2, 1965 · Page 12
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M6TNTT" 12-Algono, (la.) Upper De* Moinsi Thursday, December 2, 1965 FAMILY DINNER HOSTS Mr. and Mrs. Rolxrt Ktihlmann of Ottoson were hosts at a family dinner recently honoring the liirthdays of Mrs. Wilma Kuhlmann and their niece Julie Ann Godrlnn. Other guests wore Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Godden, Donna, Robbie and Lisa, Dianne Knhlmann and her fiance, Skip Fish of Corwith, and Merrill Grisham of Emmetsburp;. ocict-y TO WED DEC. The marriage of Mrs, Lavonne Teel and John Knig will take place Sunday, Doc, 5, in the Peace Lutheran church at West Bend. The bride-elect is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hanselman. The weddinp will lx> attended by a small group of relatives and friends and a wedding trip will be taken to various places in Missouri. They lie at home in West Heml. HOSTS 500 CLUB Mrs. Harold Hobson entertained the Eight Specks f>00 club Wednesday evening, Dec. 1. - o - XMAS PARTY HOST Mrs. William Dau will be hostess to her bridge club Thursday evening Dec. 9. It will be a Christmas party with a gift exchange. - o - BEL CANTO CLUB The Bel Canto club meets Wednesday, Dec. 8, with Mrs. Joe Bradley. A one o'clock potluck dinner will be served. There will be a special program given. - o - BRIDGE HOSTESS Mrs. H. T. Bunkofske entertained her bridge club Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 30. - o - BAPTIST WOMEN Women of the First Baptist church will meet Thursday evening, Dec. 2. Hostesses will be Mildred Robinson and Mary Helen Yeoman and Hattie Hieter. The program will be in charge of Thea Sparks and Mary Helen Yeoman. A collection will be taken and offered to Ruth Crulk- shank, a missionary in Mexico. BAPTISMAL RITES Baptismal rites were held Sunday, Nov. 7, in the Methodist church for Clinton Charles, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Hutchison. The maternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hass of Grawin, joined the paternal firandparents Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hutchison for the rites. - o - PLAN CHURCH MUSICAL At the Methodist church Dec. 12 a Christmas musical and family fellowship will be held at 4 p. m. followed by supper. The four choirs will take part and the Mntlio-Mates will furnish coffee and koolaid and be in charge of the kitchen. Families are asked to bring a covered dish, sandwiches and their own table service. - o - CARD PARTY HOSTS Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Godden were hosts at a card party recently honoring the birthday o/ the latter's brother Robert Kuhlmann of Ottosen. Other guests were his wife, Mr. and Mrs. George Fox, Peoria, 111., Mr. and Mrs. John Helleseth, Corwith, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Mosher and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thil ges. The evening was spent at 500 and high score prizes were won by Robert Kuhlmann and Audrey Mosher. - o - FELLOWSHIP LUNCHEON Women of the Congregational Fellowship will meet Thursday, Dec. 2, for a one o'clock luncheon. The program, by Mrs. George Sefrit, will be on music and art. - o - BRIDGE HOSTESS Mrs. Ted Chrischilles entertained her bridge club Tuesday evening. PRESBYTERIAN CIRCLE The United Presbyterian Women will meet Thursday, Dec. 2, at 1:30 p. m. Circle D will tx> in charge and the topic will Ite "The Word Was Made Flesh." Devotions by Mrs. Alwin Huenhold and music by Mrs. Don Hemmingsen. She's Older Than We Are!!! Yes, Mrs. John Walker of Rodman is 99 years old and that means she is 4 years older than we are but that isn't the most remarkable tn | n g Mrs. Walker has been trading at the CHRISCHILLES STORE for as long as she can remember (and she has a remarkable memory). So that you customers who think you are getting old will feel better, listen to this Mrs. Walker climbed the two flights of steps to the ladies apparel floor of the CHRISCHILLES STORE with no help and purchased a dress last week. After a short visit she left and promised she would return soon to shop again at the CHRISCHILLES STORE. And for her next birthday she will receive a dress of her choice FREE .... Which all goes to prove - - • you are no older than you feel .... congratulations to Mrs. JOHN WALKER of Rodman ! ! ! W. S. C. S. MEETINGS The Methoxist W. S. C. S. will meet Thursday, Dec. 2, for a one o'clock luncheon. There will be a Christmas program. Mrs. George Wolf and Mrs. Lawrence Kees are chairman and co-chairman. - o - Mrs. John Snere's bridge club is meeting Tuesday evening, Nov. 30, for a pre-Christmas party. They will eat dinner at a local cafe then go to Mrs. Snere's for cards and a gift exchange. - o - ATTEND WEDDING Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas and her brother-in-law, Dr. Karl Hoffman, attended ,the wedding Nov. 20 at Nebraska City, Neb. of their niece, Beverly Owens, and Dean Eyberg. BRIDGE HOSTESS Mrs. John Dutton was hostess to her bridge club Friday evening. Guests were Mrs. Milton Norton and Mrs. Harold Lampright. - o - MR. AND MRS. Milton Norton had as Thanksgiving guests the latter's son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boevers, who have moved to Mankato, Minn, after having lived atPoca- hontas twenty years. MR. AND MRS. John Romer were visited Saturday by the latter's brother and sister-in- law Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Beck of Dickens. KATHLEEN GRIFFIN who teaches in the school system at Garner was home with her mother Mrs. Mel Griffin for the Thanksgiving holiday and assisted in entertaining her mother's brothers-in-law and sisters Mr. and Mrs. William Barnhart, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hallas and Agnes Reddin of Salem, So. Dak., and Mrs. Grace McMahon and granddaughter Jean Peters of Huron, So. Dak., and Dorothy Cogley. DAVE AND JOHN Pratt and fi K>nd Duane Van Nollen of Pella li.ive been guests of the Pratt i.uv's grandmother and husband, Mi. and Mrs. Harold Hobson. MRS. HAROLD Schumacher, t,.-.e Betty Pratt, has been stay- in/ ,uth her mother Mrs. Harold H"bson while having some back ailment. She has recovered suffi- '•iently to lie at her home in \vhittemore. MR. AND MRS. Raymond Gilbert had as Thanksgiving guests their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bernau and three sons of Charles City, their smi John Gilbert, a student at Ames, and Mr. Gilbert'smother, Mrs. Chris Magnusson, Jackson, Minn. She remained here till Friday; when they took her home tlinv stopped enroute back to see Mrs. Gilbert's father, Fred Johnson at the Good Samaritan Home at Estherville. MR. AND MRS. Ed Gilmore had as guest a few days the latter's sister, Mrs. S. S. Carlson of Setauket, Long Island, N. Y. who fie w out with thei r father Sidney Cunningham of Center Point, Long Island, and has entered the Good Samaritan Home. He came to the home Nov. 29. MRS. LEONARD GOECKE has returned from Coon Rapids, Minn, where she visited with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reiber to whom a daughter was born Oct. 30. She has been named Molly Ann. THANKSGIVING DAY guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gillespie were Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hanson and Stewart McFadden. MR. AND MRS. Hollis Benschoter had as dinner guests last week Thursday Mrs. Lela Gardner, Mrs. Edna Cruikshank and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bode. A special meeting of north Central Presbytery was held Tuesday at the Presbyterian church, Ft. Dodge, to study the proposed confession of 1967, The Ronald Christenson family, A, A. Kruegers, Mrs. Pauline McGuire, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Heswold, Britt, Mr. Will Christenson and Bryan Meyer, Swea City, were Sunday dinner guests of the E. A. Lees. Many horsecar lines in the 1880*5 had funeral cars with a hearse compartment. SHOP EARLY...MAIL EARLY ^^^* ft USE ZIP CODE , FARM AUCTION As we have decided to quit farming we will sell our personal property on the farm located 3 miles north and 5V4 miles east of West Bend, or 3Ms miles iouth and 4*& miles east of Whittemore; or 4 miles west and 4 miles south and Vi mile west of Algona, on FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10th 1:00 P.M. Lunch Wagon on the grounds. 1:00 P.M. - JOHN DEERE MACHINERY 1958 John Deere Model 5.0 Tractor, power steering, live power,, heat houser, chains; John Deere No. 45 manure loader and snow bucket; John Deere 2-row cultivator for 520; 1963 John Deere model N Manure Spreader, real good; J. D. 12-ft. Field Cultivator, on rubber, operates with hydraulic cyl.; J. D. 4-bar Side Delivery Rake; J. D. No. 8 - 7 ft. Power Mower; J. D. 15 ft. Disc; J. D. 2 way Hydraulic Cylinder; J. D. No. 44 Ploy 2-16 in.; J. D. 1953 Farm Trailer with good 6 ply tires; Steel flare box and Simo hydraulic hoist. - OTHER MACHINERY M. M. 8-ft. Windrower with PTO, good condition; Case 4-row Rotary Hoe; Anthony Farm Trailer, good 6 ply tires; Gehi Grinder - Mixer, with magnet, real good; 16-ft. Flat Rack; IHC Endgate Seeder; 4 section Drag; 300 gallon gas barrel on wood stand; Johnson gas tank heater, 2 years old; Handboom Sprayer; Olson Bale Fork, new. - BUILDING A HOG EQUIPMENT 12-ft. Norton Walk-in Hog Feeder; 9x14 ft. Hog House; 12x16 ft. Brooder House; 60 bu. Pride-of-the-Farm Hog Feeder; 80 bu. Utility Hog Feeder, on bridge plank platform; 80 gal. Pride-of-the-Farm Hog Water- er; 20 bu. Pig Creep Feeder; 5 bu. round Feeder; James 10-in Exhause Fan; Steel Hog Pans; 'Heat Lamps; Superfence electric Fencer, like new; 6 case Elec. Egg Cooler; Hanging Chicken Feeders; Gas Brooder Stove; 2 - 10 ft. Feed Bunks; 16 - ft. new type Hay Bunk; some small tools. 1949 FORD, 6 - Cylinder, V* ton PICK - UP OATS - 300 bu. Garland Feed Oats; HOUSEHOLD GOODS - Upright piano, Bedroom Set. HOGS — 12 Crossbred gilts turned with purebred York Boar Sept. 16; 50 Crossbred feeder pigs, 75 or 80 Ibs. out of a test station Duroc boar - All double vacc. 36 HIGH GRADE HOLSTEIN COWS 36 Cow's No. 1 2 3 3 4 5 6 7 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Age 8 6 5 5 4 4 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 Days in Milk 298 301 311 29 292 276 283 286 35 282 36 35 24 20 19 Pounds of Milk 15.950 17,770 14,770 2,080 13,270 12,500 9.450 11,650 2,310 13,021) 1.630 1,350 960 990 770 % fat 3.0 3.S 3.7 4.3 3.5 3.5 4.5 3.8 2.6 3.5 3.7 4.5 4.2 4.5 4.5 Pounds oi Fat 477 619 541 89 458 432 427 437 60 450 60 61 40 45 35 Date Fresh Nov. 8 Nov. I Ocl. 13 Oct. 27 Due Jan. 9 Due Feb. 3 Oct. 7 Nov. 12 Oct. 6 Oct. 7 Oct. 18 Oct. 22 Oct. 23 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 11 Due Nov. 22 Due Dec. 7 Due Jan. 30 Due Feb. 10 THIS WEEKEND ONLYI REDUCED! Tapered Sport Shirts Regularly 2.98 Last day, Saturday! Entire stock of 2.98 long-sleeve, easy - care cotton sport shirts just 2.371 Popular tapered styles. Sizes S-M- L-XL. Ivy, regular spread, Hi-boy and button-down collars. Turtle-neck inserts. Many colors in woven stripes, plaids, •ginghams, paisley prints, solid oxfords and broadcloths. REDUCED! MISSES' 6.98, 7.98 Sportswear Specials! Cardigan and slipover sweaters! Wool and acrylic pant tops! Regular and stretch pants! Slim, A-line and straight skirts) Hurry! Save! 599 Cows Name Alice Daisy Dinah Dinah Molly Mabel Shamrock Elsie Elsie Toots Ada Bea Conla Delia Eve Fran Grace Helen Inti Judy Kartn Lana Girls' Stretch Pants There will be another test and up to dale records furnished day of sale, - DAIRY EQUIPMENT - 3 TO (X Rig, 191 244 710 14 RH. 54 ALGQNA, IOWA Mueller 300 gallon all stainless tteel bulk tank used 3 years, with remote unit, all in perfect condition; Late Style Surge S.P. 11 Pomp and 1 '''' in. pipeline for 6 cows; Stainless Steel Hangers for milker equipment; 2 latest style large Surge Buckets, just like new with new narrow inflation shells? 30 gallon pressure got water heater, good; Stainless steel milk itrainer for &ulk took; Surge wash tank; Sunbeam electric D*< homer; Electric $pa«e heater for milk room with thermo»tat; Zenith Barn Radio; 4 plastic coif nurting bottle*! 51 door steel ttoragt cabinet in milk room. Terms: Cash or make arrangement with your banker Not responsible for Accident should any occur. Mr. & Mrs. Kermlt Kuecker 3-6x« Heavy nylon fleece. Boxer top. 7-14: all-Helenca nylon. Both with stltched-ln front crease and self stirrups. 3-6xt red, black, royal, brown, 7-14i black, red, navy. Hurryl REG. 10,95 BOYS' PARKAS Worm, long wearingl Corduroy pr quilted coats have pile or quilt linings. 6 to 12. 899 WOMEN'S LEATHER GLOVES Soft leather fashion gloves. Af- sorted colors and lengths, one-size- fits-all. Reg. $3. J| " PAJAMA PQQPLi Decorate your room with one of these cuddy paiama hideaway dogs - a colorful addi- j* tipn to any becJroQm! £§ LARGE 80x90-IN. Blankets Extra large, extra thick, extra warm! This weekend only at just $51 Blended 75% rayon, 25% aery- lie. Machine washable! Pastel and decorator colors. Hurryl CHARGE YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS ANP SAVE, too ... at S & L Auctioneers: Quinn and leek Clerk: Farmers State Bonk, Whittemore

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