The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 18, 1966 · Page 3
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End Visit At LuVerne, Return To Arabia LUVERNE - Mr. and Mrs. BUI Berryhill and family left last week from Fort Dodge after a 2 week vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gronbach. They are returning to their home In Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. - o- LUVERNE MAN WEDS Marriage vows were exchanged by Mrs. Edna Voughton of Ida Grove and William Prior of Lu- Verne on Monday, Dec. 27. The ceremony took place at the Riverside Methodist church in Ft. Dodge with the Rev. Dick Watkins officiating. Mr. and Mrs. John Skogmo were attendants for the couple. Mr. and Mrs. Prior will reside in Ida Grove. - o - FLOODS CUT VACATION Mr. and Mrs. Paul Maas had their California vacation cut short because of the floods. They visited their granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Merris and sons in Rialto. From there they went to their daughter's home, Mrs. Delores Holdridge and children in Lyttle Creek, where the floods did great damage. Mrs. Holdridge's house was just above the flooded area but 45 homes below hers were ruined. A helicopter flew in food 3 times a day for the 400 stranded people. Mr. and Mrs. Maas were evacuated and as the bridges were washed out, they left over a mountain pass. Mrs. Maas said that this was one vacation she would never forget. - o- Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Goetsch helped their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jon Putnam, Algona, to move to their new home on South Moore last week. They were all supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch. Bob Norcross, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Norcross, went to Iowa City for a checkup. He was reported to be in good condition and will not go back for 3 months. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hanselman left last week for Calif. They will stay with Mr. and Mrs. Jon Nelson and also visit Mr. Hanselman's niece in Hacienda Heights. The E. U. B. - W. S. W. S. met with 14 present. Mrs. Lawrence Marty was hostess and Mrs. Edwin Hefty gave the lesson. Mrs. Albert Hefty is president. Evening Star met at the home of Mrs. Gerald Ramus. Devotions were held by Mrs. Rolland Walline. The next meeting will be held by Mrs. Allyn Brink. Mrs. Gerald Ramus is chairman. The Lutheran Ladies Aid held their monthly meeting with 13 members present and one guest, Mrs. John Bierstedt. Mrs. R. J. Mueller was the hotess. Aleda Hanselman is president. Mrs. Jessie Stripling had a New Years Eve card party at her home. Guests included Bess Connelly of Bancroft, Mrs. Herman Hin£, Mrs. Albert Schneider and Mrs. Fay Harmon. The funeral of Conrad Nls- sen, 74, of Mason City, was held Jan. 3, at Mason City. He formerly had run a meat market in LuVerne. Those attending we're Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nielsen, Sr., of LuVeme, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will and Mr. and Mrs. La Voy Dawson of Corwith. The Auxiliary held their meeting in the Town Hall last week. Mrs. Carroll Gillispie of Renwick was the hostess. Mrs. Weber home at LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Krause were recent supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Skiye. Mr. and Mrs. James Slater and boys of Forest City and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Baker, Mason City, visited on a recent evening with the women's father, Bill Prior. Visiting in the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bristow, were Mr. and Mrs. George Harms of Redfield, South Dakota. Earl Johns is home from the Lutheran hospital. Ft. Dodge. He is confined to his home for 4 weeks and will be unable to return to work for 8 weeks. Vicki Gronbach entered the Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge, last week for tests. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gronbach. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Smith . of Clear Lake are the parents AUCTION SALE As I hove started "Dale's Floor Covering Service" at Swea City, I will sell my personal property on the farm located 2 miles south, 1 mile west and 3 /4 miles south of Lone Rock, or 6 miles west and 614 miles north of Algona 169 and 18 junction on FRIDAY, JAN. 21 1 P.M. MACHINERY 1949 John Deere Model A tractor, been overhauled, good tires, Power Troll and Roll-o-matic 1949 Allis Chalmers Mode! WD, all overhauled and painted 4 row quick tach cultivator for John Deere 490 John Deere planter on rubber 3-14 in. John Deere 55 H plow, hydraulic 8-ft. Allis Chalmers combine, P.T.O. Manure loader for Model A International 10-ft. P.T.O. binder 11-ft. field cultivator on steel Field-Master trailer type sprayer New Idea trailer type tractor mower New Idea 4-bar side delivery rake on rubber New Idea 12A manure spreader, good cond. OTHER MACHINERY™ John Deere farm trailer with wood flare box and hoist M.W. farm trailer with M.W. steel flare box 2-in. floor and hoist, like new Gehl hammer mill, P.T.O. and auger, crusher head Humboldt stalk cutter Chains for J.D. A John Deere 15-**. disc 2-way hydraulic cylinder 2-wheel trailer John Deere elevator, I.H.C. endgate seeder P.T.O. speed jack McCullough one-man chain saw, like new Some small tools 4-section drag BUILDINGS Norton walk-in hog feeder 4-pen portable hog house Small feed shed New Texas style hay bunk for 20 cows, real n d way chicken nests in good condition MILKING EQUIPMENT 2 latest style large Surge buckets 3 can electric milk cooler Dairy hot water heater Milker pump and pipeline for 9 cows 500 bates Altolra hay in born 180 Amp, Forney Electric Welder, like new 1943 !/2 ton Chevrolet pickup, overhauled, new block, new clutch, runs good TERMS: Cash, or make arrangements with clerk before sale. No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents should any occur, DALE WEGENER, Owner Mrs. Albert Schneider visited with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Richardson of Slater recently. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Smith attended the funeral of her uncle, Conrad Nissen, in Mason City. Algona, (la.) UpfMr- Del MoM«* ftftfttfoy, January 18, 1966 • ' V" <-~ J.V.... it .... ' ,, ".V ......... •_.;.. .' _ _^ of a baby girl. The paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Lester Smith, LuVerne, and maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chambers, Corwith. the Sandfofd family had a New Year's Day dinner in the town hall, Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Francis Stanford, Ft. Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Me Gowan, Clear Lake, Bobby Cuddles, Ellsworth, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Larson, Mr. and Mrs. AlmanHovick, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Sandford, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Chantland, all of Badger, Mr. and Mrs. Stan McGowan, Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. James Trauger, Livermore, Mr. and Mrs. Milt Wihelm and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Sanford of LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Burtis and Peggy spent several days in Augusta, Wis., visiting with friends. 500,000 VISITOR Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Tom Wolfe and young daughter, Ginger of Manning, were the 500,000 plus visitors at the White Sands National Monument when they visited the monument on a recent vacation trip in December. They were presented a plaque by the president of the Alamagordo Chamber of Commerce and several gifts. 1965 is the first year the number of visitors to the National Park monument reached the half million mark in one year. CLERK - Iowa Store Bank of Algona AUCTIONEERS - Quinn and Berklond Frtt coffee strvtd by "Dale's Floor Covering Service" FARM AUCTION! Having decided to discontinue farming, I will sell the following described property on the farm located 6 miles south, 1 milo west of Titonka, 5 miles north, 1 mile east of Sexton; or 3 miles west 5 miles north and 1 mile west of Wesley. Thursday, January 20th 12:30 P.M. Lunch served by Doan W.S.C.S. 12:30 P.M. FOUR TRACTORS Faxmall 560 P.S.. TJV.. L.P.T.O. New In September '63, 1052 hrs; Farmall 460 P.S. L.P.T.O. TJL, New in September '64. 512 hrs.; Farmall 300 LPTO, TA.; Farmall C. MACHINERY IH No. 450 A Planter, dice openers, Ind. disc fertilizer openers; Insecticide attachment for IH planter; IH No. 37-13 ft. wheel disc, sealed bearings; IH No. 101 Eight row hitch; IH No. 2 roiary hoe, hydraulic cart; IH No. 455 cultivator, 21 shovels, 460 mountings; IH No. 455 Cultivator, 21 shovels, 300 or M mountings; IH No. 8 eight foot windrower, P.T.O.; IH No. 76 - 6 tt. combine, jf.T.O. pickup, straw spreader, adjustable hitch; IH 2MH picker, grease banks, blower, wheel shield-., 460 mountings; IH 2ME picker, grease banks, blower, wheel shields, M mountings; IH No. 32 - 7 ft. trailing mower; IH No. 27 seroi-mounled mower; IH No, 25 stalk cutter; 4. - IH 2-way hydraulic cylinders; JD No. CC 14& ft. field cultivator; JD 36-ft. lever harrow, with IH hyraulic wheel drawbar; JD No. 666 4-14 hydraulic trip beam plow; JD No. 555 3-14 clutch lift trip beam plow; JD No. 350 46-ft. elevator, P.T.O. truck hopper;JJ>, 30-ft. 18& in. Elevator, I'.T.O. truck hopper; JD 4-bax side rake on steel; 'JD model L spreader; 2 - JD No. 953 wagons, 165 bu. Ward's steel flare box with hoist; JD 17-ft. single disc; JD P.T.O. lire pump. OTHER MACHINERY Twin-draulic 9-row trailing sprayer with drops; Horn No. 50 loader with 2 buckets; Anthony wagonon rubber; I6-ft. flat rack; Turley tractor mounted seeder; 1 • 4 bottom winter stalk rake; 1 - 3 bottom winter stalk rake; 2-wreel low bed machinery trailer; 2 small air compressors; 3 pair wheel weights; Tractor radio; • 300 gallon gas barrels, with steel stands; Knipco No. 70 blast heater; 2 Highline fence charges; Ariens 26 in. riding lawn mower; No. 2B clipper fanning mill; Many tools and small items too numerous to rotation. HORSES AND EQUIP|MENT 2 year old American Saddle bred sorraO ttallion, 15 faandi* 2 year old sorrel filly, 13 hands; 1 year old sorrel filly, 14 hands; 1 year old sorrel horse colt, 13 ham* 2 single harnesses; 2 sets double; driving harnesses; High wheel breaking cart; saddles bridle*. HOUSEHOLD GOODS 1 Duncan phyfe drop leaf walnut table with 4 leave* to extend to 109 in.; 6 walnut dining room chairs; Other fumitur*. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS DALE STRUTHERS Clerk • Titonka Saving* Bank Auctioneers - Quinn and Leak

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