The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 25, 1966 · Page 8
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Algono, (la.) Upper Dec Maine* Tuesday, January 25, 1966 Corwifh Girl Jan. 22 Bride LuVerne Man LUVERNE - Miss Carol Heise, Cor with, bride-to-be of Don Meyers, was given a pre-nuptial shower in the home of Mrs. Clara McClellan. The hostesses were: Mrs. Leonard Wilson, Livermore; Mrs. Keith Smith, Humboldt; Mrs. Herman Hinz; and Mrs. Paul Maas. Out- of-town guests included Miss Heise's mother, sister, and aunt of Corwith. Miss Heise and Mr. Meyers were married Jan. 22. - o - NEW SCOUT PACK A new Cub Scout pack has been formed at LuVerne. Their first meeting was held on Monday, Jan. 17. The cub master is Sherman Arend, and the four den mothers are: Mrs. Harold Nielsen, Jr.; Mrs. Keith Voss; Mrs. Richard Gronbach; and Mrs. Emerald Strand. - o Mr. and Mrs. Toby.Moeding and family moved into the house recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. William Prior. Mr. and Mrs. Prior will reside in Ida Grove. Mrs. Walter Bierstedt has started a knitting class which meets every Tuesday afternoon in her home. She has 8 students thus far. Carl Hanselman underwent surgery recently at the Hancock Memorial hospital, Britt. Miss Sandra Stripling, Des Moines, spent a weekend with her mother and brother, Mrs. Jessie Stripling and Mike. Lynn and Laurie Hanselman spent a weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hanselman. Lynn works in a law office in Ft. Dodge and Laurie goes to Nurses Training at Iowa Lutheran, Des Moines. Dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Oleson, Bradgate, were his sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Hanselman, Lynn and Laurie and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hanselman. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Swanson left last week to go to Tampa, Fla., on a trip sponsored by the CCA, They will tour Florida and arrive home this week. J, J. Club met at the home of Mrs. Bryan Stewart Friday after- noon, Jan. 14. Mrs.ClifBjustfom had the program with 11 members present, Mrs. William Goetsch spent several days with her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas White, Sioux City. Mrs. Goetsch helped them with their packing as they are moving to Denver, Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hansen, Irvington, spent a day recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bierstedt. Mrs. Sadie Wagner recently returned home after a 2 week stay at the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Boyd, Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd are the parents of a baby boy, Edward Richard. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Johnson and Debbie of Hardy visited with her mother and great aunt, Mrs. Beota Tew and Mrs. Martha Schneider. Afternoon visitors in the home of Mrs. Clara McClellan were her children, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wilson, Livermore, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Jack McClellan. Mrs. Lee Wittmeier and Mrs. Fay Harmon visited her son and their cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Wittmeier and family and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Emery of Ft. Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hippen and family spent Sunday with his mother and her grandmother, Mrs. Cora Hippen and Mrs. Mary Williams. Bryan Stewart and August Pergande attended the «th District Legion Meeting on ... 'iiday, Jan. 16, in Gilmore City. Fire Damages Home Interior At Whittemore WHITTEMORE - Whittemore firemen were called to the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer HI in the south part of town late Monday afternoon when a fire started in the living room in an upholstered arm chair and some drapes and rug were badly damaged by the fire and also some smoke damage in the rest of the house. Prompt action by the men saved the home from further serious damage. - o - Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Margeurite Heinrich were her mother, Mrs. Ellen Frink and Dora Salisbury, Cylinder, Edwin Frink, Sheldon, WHEN IT'S COLD OUTSIDE . . . AND NICE AND WARM INSIDE . . WHY NOT PLAN YOUR SPRING NEEDS, THEN STOP IN AND TALK OVER WITH US ... YOUR FERTILIZER NEEDS, SEED BEANS & OATS NEEDS, YOUR CHEMICAL NEEDS AND GRASS SEED NEEDS. ALGONA FLOUR & FEED CO. SO. PHILLIPS ALGONA Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wilson, Nancy and Garry, Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Larry O'Clalr and Sherry, Mr, ahd Mrs* Ted Stfohman and Bobby of Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Frisbie and family and Lowell Frink, Cylinder. Mrs. Walter ^ Meyer entertained a number of relatives and friends at her home Wednesday evening in honor of her husband's birthday. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Russell Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Greinert, Mr. and Mrs. William C. Meyer, Mrs. Margeurite Heinrich and Mrs. Dorothy Rosendahl. Mr. and Mrs. Hermit Kuecker and family vacated the Mrs. Lydia Wichtendahl farm southeast of Whittemore last week and have moved to a small acreage at Columbus, Nebr. Victor Faulstich and family will occupy the Wichtendahl farm, after living in the LuVerne vicinity for several years. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Von Bank of Bode moved to the former Melburn Simpson farm, vacated by Mr. and Mrs. George Streit. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Weber of Whittemore and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Weber of Ayrshire, drove to Lincoln, Nebr. Saturday where they spent the day with the former's son and the latter's nephew, Vernon Weber of Seattle, Wash, Wayne Bell, manager of the Fullerton Lumber Co. t has been transferred to the Fullerton yard at Belmond. It has hot been learned who will be the new manager of Uie yard here. The Bells will move to Belmond later this spring. Elmer Maahs has accepted the position of salesman and field- man, filling in the position held by Maurice Fickbohm, who was made second man. Ralph Eugene Walker, who moved his family here from Laurens, where he was employed at the creamery, has been also employed by the Whittemore Coop Elevator. The SENIOR CITIZENS! SEE IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT ON BACK PAGE Walkers moved into the George Meyer house south of the former Swanson store. MINNEAPOLIS Rationally Famous HYATT I00(i£ Where Old-WorH Innkeepiif Hospitality it Revived Everything you ever 'imagined. Everything you expect ii provided for your complete enjoyment and comfort at 'he NEW Hyatt Lodge'— Larf. Decorator - Designed Luxury "Roomi. King-Size Beds. Individually Room-Controlled Year-Around "as you like it" Temperature. Direct-Dialing Telephones. Newest TV and Radio. Excellent Food. Coffee Shop, Restaurant. Cocktail Lounge. 'Northwest's Finest Automatic Bowling (32 lanes), Billiard Lounge. Near Shopping Centers, Sports Attractions and Theaters. Min- ulcs to Downtown — Easily Accessible to International Airport and Metropolitan Stadium. F«r Rtumfa'Mt. Win, Writ* tr Pk«M E12-544.-3M1 w CMiul »o»r Mm* Hyitt LWft. Nritt Chalet M«M. «f HjmM HMM H*M. HYATT tooqe Kcrtu trtm CCNCML MILLS MAIM crrtccs HYATT LODGE At I hive decided to quit fuming I will scD the following . . . LOCATION: Wednesday, Jan. 26 Cows Will Sell at 12:00 O'clock Sharp COWS SELL FUST" 14 HOLSTEIN MILK COWS -U MS. DUE 1....4th Calf April/ 2.. ..2nd Calf July 18 3.,..5th Calf March 20 4....4th Calf Open 5....2nd Calf March 17 6....Itt Calf March 29 7.... 2nd Calf May 2 8....3rd Calf 9.,..4th Calf 10....5th Calf 11....lit Calf 12....5th Calf 13....1st Calf 14....6th Calf DDE May 10 Open Open May 22 July 7 Open March 3 13 CALVES I Heifer Call .7 mootlu aid 1 Heifer Calf -...« montlu old 1 Heifer Calf .4 months old 19 Cranbred Hereford-HoUtein Ctlvei — 2-4 montlu old AUCTIONEER'S NOTE All of the cows In this herd except one are from artificial insemination. All over 30 months are T.B, and Bangs tested. This is a very outstanding herd of milk-cows—all are young with a good future ahead of them. If. you need replacement cows or more to increase your herd...........please don't miss this sale. Milking Equipment • SURGE HDLKEK • 2 BUCKETS • PIPELINE for 18 COWS • • MILK COOLEK-~4-Cu> Side Door • • 18—1M3ALLON CANS • COME EARLY — ALL DAIRY STOCK WILL BE SOLD FDZST — BEGINNING AT 12 O'CLOCK SHARP FARM EQUIPMENT Horn Manure Loader Snow Bucket Heat Houser IHC 12-ft. Field Cultivator Drive-On Hoist 1965 J.D. FH-620 3-14" Trip-Bottom Plow J.D. 3-16" No. 555 Trib-Bottom Plow J Vise New Holland 66 Baler-PTO 3-J.D. 15-ft. Discs A.C. No. 60 Combine (complete) Trash Rake J.I. Case Pull-Type Corn Picker Air Compressor Grain Swather N.I. Side Rake Quack Digger IHC 438 4-row Cultivator J.D. Endgate Seeder J.D. 2-row Cultivator (quick-tatch) J.D. 490 Corn Planter with Fertilizer Attachment IHC 7-ft. Power Mower 12 x 38 Tractor Chains 2 M.W. 5-ton Trailers 2 Flare Wagon Boxes Kovar 4-section Harrow Trailer and Flatrack J.D. Model -H' Spreader Extension Ladder J.D. Wide-Type 48-ft Elevator with Truck Hopper IHC 2-14" Slat Bottom Plow 16-ft. Feed Bunk 200-ft. 1" Galvanized Pipe Handy Man Jack 300-gal. Gas Tank, Hose and Stand Mounted Saw for Tractor Walk-In Hog Feeder Electric Grinder on Stand Surge Electric Fencer A Lot of Good Small Tools Household Items Approx. 400 Bales of HAY; 600 Bolts tf STRAW - Some CORN SILAGE - 1950 IHC M Tractor Over-Drive * + + Live PTO 1946 IHC ¥ 1946 J.DB with POWER TROl 1954 International Pickup |Mre6'quorfer ton—4-tpeed 1iansmitsion\ Wf U A Toc*CiaJilioa pickup 8' x 20- HOG HOUSE 12' x 16' BROODER HOUSE USUAL AUCTION TERMS: Cash or nuke .mmganeat. with your bake* Wot* «0e time. N. property to b. renwrrf NOT RESPONSIBLE FOK ACCIDENTS until settled for. GEORGE ENNEN Auctioneers: Cols. Roy B. Johnson »»»-•"»*. c w .«. u,w, Charife Clerk: Fanms Trust & Savings Baoku^im OWNER

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