The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 13, 1966 · Page 8
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l-Algono (|«.) Upp«r DM Molntt Thursday, January 13, 1966 Mfafc u .v Wesley Vital Statistics For 19(5 Released WESLEY - Wesleyans married during 1965 include Mike Neuroth and Connie Prothman; Roger Carlson and Barbara Keeton; Clinton Eden and Cherann Bernau; Barbara Montag and Gene Hunt; Janice Leek and Tom Long; Bernard Becker and Linda Schoby; Judy Seaberg and Robert Van Hove; Sheryll Harr and Richard Thul; Rita Elsenbacher and Al Goranson; Ruth Ann Nelson and Duane Kelch; Roland Johnson and Sandra Nelson; Alan Jordan and Marlene Ezarski; Virginia Fritz and F. James Spaldingj Diane Garner and Larry Tobin. Deaths of Wesleyans Included: Dorothy Eisenbacher, 4% Lawrence Wingert, 79; Jerry Krieps, 20; George Cink, 85; Paul Erdman, 78; Ted Trunnelle, 63; J. T. Meurer, 72; Ruth Hansen, 68; Leona Bleich 55; Adam Matern, 62; Antonette Kauba 96; Rev. Percy Carlsson, 62; and former Wesleyans, Pearly Haynes, 43, Joe Kauba, 66; Martin Bleich 61; Joe Wynne, 69; and Ethel Putney, 73. Boys were born to Bill Rock- woods, Johnny Youngwirths, Vic Youngwirths, Robert Klyns, Dennis Wests, Bill Koppens, Don Edens, Joe Krieps, Dale Dorn- blers and Larry Flahertys. Girls were born to Dale Wing- erts; Benny Studers, Ed Cruises, Kenneth Forburgers, Donovan Studers, Merlin Studers, Harold Beckers, Robert Fries, Merle Petersons, Edward Ottis, Bill Hanigs, Clarence Golwitzers. Philip Studers adopted Ann Marie. - o - American Legion Auxiliary held their regular meeting Dec. 5. They are sponsoring the March of Dimes this month. They voted to give $50 to the American Legion to help buy new equipment for the hall and kitchen. Joan Grandgenett and Carol Youngwirth served lunch, Peggy Rasmussen and Edna Flom were on the entertainment committee. Mrs. Joe Goetz won high prize in 500. The next meeting will be Feb. 2. Mrs. Ruth Sparks, Howard Sparks, Mrs. Joe Goetz and Mrs. John Youngwirth visited Dean Sparks at Veterans hospital, Des Moines, Wednesday. They report that his condition is improved. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fox and Mrs. Franklin Fox and Donna went to Des Moines Thursday to visit Franklin who has been a patient at Vets hospital there several weeks. Leo Hanlg was brought home Jan. 5 from the Britt hospital where he had been for medical care. C. D. A. will have a husband and guest card party Jan. 16 beginning at 8:00. On the serving committee are Sara Raney, Marjorie (Joe) Goetz, Dorothy Becker, Viola Studer, Rosemary Dornbier, Mary Forburger, Janice Cink, Esther Reising, Marie Bleich, Joan Vltzthum (Mike) and Erma Kunz. On the entertainment committee are Elaine Downs, Janice Erdman, Ruth Schrauth, Marcella Studer, Matilda Matz, Marjorie Becker, and Agnes Lickteig. Mrs. Eileen Johnson taught third and fourth grades in St. Joseph's parochial school Wednesday and Thursday as Sister Agatha visited relatives in California during the holiday vacation. Lou Simpson was a patient in the Britt hospital several days last week for a check-up. His mother, Mrs. Chloie Simpson was admitted to the hospital Jan. 2 for medical care. Mrs. Viola Studer entertained her auction bridge club Thursday. Mrs. Lucy BrabecandMrs. Minnie Bleich were guests. Mrs. Bernice Vitzthum will have them at her house Jan. 20. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Daughan and Mr. and Mrs. Vic Loebig visited their aunt, Mrs. Lydia Huber at a rest home in Buffalo Center recently. A baby girl was born Jan. 5 to Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Becker in the Britt hospital. They now have a family of five sons and five daughters. Mrs. Justine Becker, paternal grandmother, helped out in their home during the mother's hospital! zation. Mrs. Elmer Doughan,Mrs.Vic Loebig and Mrs. Herman Bode attended a meeting of the Jolly Dozen club Tuesday at the Dean Faust home. Mrs. Cleo Faust was hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Lickteig returned Tuesday from a 2-week visit with relatives at Kansas City, Greeley, Coffeeville and Wea, Kansas. Marvin Maas of Homestad began work Jan. 3 in the K. & H. Oil office here. Firemen , past and present, town council and city employees held their annual oyster supper in the Legion hall Jan. 6. Dr. H. H. Raney is fire chief. The annual Fireman's ball will be held in the Surf ballroom at Clear Lake, Feb. 11. New Years guests in the George Seaberg home were the David Seabergs of Burlington; Philip Seabergs, Ames, Robert Van Hoves and the DWight Seabergs. 5 New Members Plum Creek Elite The regular meeting of the Plum Creek 4-H Club, was held Jan. 8 with Jane Walker hostess. Roll call was answered by 12 members. New members are Kathy Eimers, Marnie Miller, Debra Spear, Loreli Kieth and Diane Buscher. Guest mothers were Mrs. Edgar Keith, Mrs. Patricia Gilbride, Mrs. Kyle Keith, Mrs. Gilbert Buscher and Mrs. Ervin Elmers. Talks were given by Dixie Keith and Patrice Bode. A demonstration was given by Norma Bode. The next meeting will be Feb. 12 at the home of Patrice and Diane Bode. REUNION Three alumni of Storm Lake high school who are attending different United States military academies, got together while visiting parents during the holidays recently. They are Robbie Couch, who is a second year cadet at the U. S. Air Force academy, Colorado Springs; Howard Harper, a second year cadet in the U. S. Military academy at West Point; and Gale Brink, a first year midshipman at the U. S. Naval academy at Annapolis. "KoHnth County'i Favorite Newspaper" CLOSING OUT FARM SALE As this farm has been sold, I will have a public auction at the farm located 5 miles south of Algona on highway 169, then 3% miles west; or 5 miles south of Hobarton Elevator and % mile west, on THURSDAY, JAN. 20 - 12:30 SHARP MACHINERY TRACTORS 1950 M Tractor, has power steering and fire craters in A-l condition 1955 300 International Tractor, A-l condition F-20 Tractor with H & M pump TRACTOR & PICKER F-20 Tractor with 2M picker, mounted and ready to go PLOWS & CULTIVATORS John Deere No. 55 ABH 3-14 in. plow with trip lift International 2-14 in. plow 448 International 4-row Cultivator with rubber press wheels PLANTER & MANURE LOADER 490 John Deere Planter with fertilizer attachments Stanhoist loader with manure and snow buckets COMBINE Allis-Chalmers 66 PTO Combine with pickup attachment, A-l condition WAGONS & TRAILERS David Bradley running gear with flare box on rubber 3 Wagons with flare boxes on rubber Woodej) wheel Wagon with flare box 7x13 Implement Trailer DRAGS & DISCS 2 - 12 ft. Culver Springtooth Drags Minneapolis 13-4 Tandem Disc with 18" blades, used 2 seasons 5-section International Drag 2 - 15 ft. John Deere Discs TRUCK 1951 Chevrolet 1-ton Truck, combination grain and stock rack, in A-l condition OTHER EQUIPMENT 25 V Int. 7 ft. Power Mower Comfort Sprayer International Endgate Seeder 8 ft. International Binder 2-section Drag John Deere model E Manure Spreader Hay Rack with steel running gear 6 ft. International horse drawn mower 8 ft. Springtooth International Side Delivery Rake 3 - pairs Wheel Weights Tractor Chains i 300 gallon Gas Barrel and stand, complete 2 — John Deere Elevators Speed Jack Tractor Radio, 1 year old Air compressor and Miscellaneous Items FEEDING & CHICKEN EQUIPMENT 14 ft. Walk-in Hog Feeder 1 — 70 gallon Hog Waterer 1 — 80 gallon Hog Waterer 2 — 15-hole Chicken Ne,sts 4 — 10-hole Chicken Nests Pride Of Farm Hog Feeder Gas Brooder Used Lumber Waterers and Chicken Feeders and equipment of all kinds. BUILDINGS c 2 - 2-stall Hog Houses Small Brooder House Feed House, other Small Buildings HAY & STRAW 400 bales of Straw, some Hay FURNITURE Coffee table; Blonde Step Table; 4 Beds, complete; 2 Dining Room Tables; Swivel Chair; 2 Rocking Chairs; Desk & Chair; Kitchen Chairs; Antique Chair; 15 x 15 Cloth Rug; 10 x 11 Cloth Rug; Other Items. TERMS — Cash or see your banker. No property removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents. Wm. (Francis) Fitzgerald Owner VIRGIL SPENCER, AiOONA ERWIN MOSS, HUMBOIDT Avctienwrt The Security State Bank Algona Clerk Steinman, and sister, Mrs. Don Hungate and family. Willard is in the navy and has served 18 years. The son, Willie Steinman, was also home from Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. to join the family. Mrs. Margery Branson observed her 104th birthday Dec. 18 in the Gothrie county hospital where she is able' .to bS op in a chair part of the time. President Johnson sent Mrs. Branson congratulations on her birthday. MEET THURSDAY C. D. A. will hold their monthly meeting with invitation of new members Jan. 13. A 6:30 p. m. dinner will precede the meeting. Julie Winkel and Elizabeth Degen are chairladies with the following assisting them: Susan Altman, Irma Barton, Allda Bradley, Deanna Cogdall, Margaret Erpelding, Lorena Frideres, Ann Goecke, Dora Hagg, Marguerete Hayes, Le- Hitlz, Loretta Kramer, Lichter, Doris Mo Agnes Mishak, Mary Neu- Lavonne Post, Maxine nora Erma Evoy, roth, Rooney, Katherine Sheppard, Fern Stanton, Alice Thilges and Letha Van Allen. - o - M - D CLUB The Four Corner Mothers and Daughters club will meet Jan. 13 at the home of Bernice Walker with Opal Simpson assisting hostess. Roll call will be "The nicest thing a neighbor has done for me." The extension lesson will be given by Irene Bjustrom. The charter cheer will be given by Iva Witham. - o - PICNIC FEB. 7 The annual Algona picnic will be held Feb. 7 at Huntington Beach, Calif., according to Will Drayton. - o - OPEN HOUSE Father Milo Daily and wife held open house Jan. 6 at the vicarage for members of the parishes and friends. Hours were from 2 to 4 and from 7 till 9:30 p.m. COMMISSION MET The Commission on Missions met Thursday evening at 8:00 with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steven. - o - SPECIAL MEETING District Superintendent Ralph Kitterman summoned all ministers for special district meeting at Spencer, Jam 7 at 9 a. m. - o -• FAMILY HERE Willard Salisburg and his wife, the former Ruth Steinman, have returned to Long Beach, Calif, after a holiday visit with Mrs. Salisburg's mother, Mrs. Tillie A * 0«t / oftMs A W3d<I / \ # P . * annual one week only January 15 thru January 22 walking sheer • reinforced sheer- micro-mesh reg. pair .$1.35 *7.J5 -$LSO *?.25 sheer heel derm-foe- run guard® confrere* stretch sheer fexfures sandalfoot- 41.65 *1.35 -$1.65 *7.35 -$1.65 *1.35 -$1.95 M.65 •$1.95 *1.65 6 pain *6.90 *7.50 ^7.50 *8.10 *a.w *9.90 ^9.90 panty hose- Sizes 8V& to 10 short 9 to 11% medium 9% to 11% long to 12 extra long 43.00 *2.50 * 7 5.00 Loafer. 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