The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 27, 1960 · Page 13
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Marilyn Harr, Wesley, Weds Whitfemore Man Whiltemore — Marilyn Rao Harr of Wesley; became the bride of Harlan, AjJ-'eihifiger of Whitte-more, -al' St. Paul's Lutheran church* ill Whittcmore Sunday, Dec. it,.at. 7:30 p.m. Rov. Cleo Kautachibfnciated at the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mrs Maugihe Harr and the late Fred Harr: of Wesley. The bridgegroom Is the son of Mrs Arelia Leininger ^and the late William Leininger of Whittemore. Organist was Rueben But- •/ke and soloist, Mrs Cleo Kautsch. The bride was escorted by her grandfather, Albert Girar'd of Wesley. She was attired in a gown of nylon,net and tulle over taffeta appliqued pearls and sequins on , lace bodice and lace trim on her chapel length ; full skirt and long lace sleeves that tapered to points the wrists. Her fingertip veil ot imported .English Nylon net tulle was held in place by a , crown of seeded pearls. Her jfewclry was a straird of pearl necklace with matching earrings a gift of the groom and she carried a bouquet of red carnations. '"' Mrs Dennis Wehrspan was 1114- tron of honor. John Leimnger was bestman. Dennis ; Wehrspan find Edward Maahs were ushdrs. Candle lighters were Allan Ziin- mermann and Marleen Harr, A reception was held for 150 guests in the church, A three- tiered wedding cake was made and decorated by Mrs Martin Po- 1catz 7 The bride : attended the Wesley 'schools from which she graduated and was employed at the Hancock County Memorial hospital in Britt as assistant laboratory technician. The bridegroom attended cat. Paul's -Lutheran school and. giiadiiated from Whitlemore high scho'ol and has been farming with his mo- the northeast of Whittemore where s the young couple will live. Crash Victim Mrs Martin Vandcrlan received word that her gra.nd-niccc, Vicki Ann Mahnkc, was one of the 13 American students killed when n U.S. Army plane crashed in Munich, Germany last week. She was a sophomore m the Univer- --sity of Maryland at Munich* 'lit&r father is a major in the U.S. Army Air Corps, stationed in England. The students were return- ing to England for the holidays. The Holy Name Society of St. Michael's Catholic ciiurcii held n meeting Thursday evening in the Academy hall a Her a luntey supper prepared and si:rved by Ilciiy Name members, uilicers lor Hie ensuing year are pi evident, Ki.an- cis Koiiascli; vice president, William Kollasch secretary, .Uamei Foley, and treasurer, Cletus Derner. , Mr and Mrs William Meyer Sr., Mr arid Mrs George Meyer, Mr and Mrs Herman ,Voigl, and Mr dnd Mrs Alfred Meyer ot here, and Robert Bel) ut Algon'a, visited at the Alfred Bru'lm home near Cylinder with Mrs Mathilda Meyer who is recupering a I the home of her daughter and son- in-law, the Bruhns. Mr and Mrs Arthur Hcidonwith and Mrs Dunphy were Saturday visitors with Mrs Meyer. ' The Jolly 500 Club met Tuesday at the home ot Mrs James Besch. Mrs Edward Besch won high, Mrs Simon Weber, second high and Mrs Matt Erdmann low. Secret Pals were revealed and gifts were exchanged. Mrs Harold McDonald arid .Mary Ann Erdmann were ; guests , of the club. . . Pvt. William Meyer, son of Mr and Mrs William Meyer, Jr., is spending a 20-day leave with his parents and other .relatives.. He will report back to San iMcgo, Cal., leaving here Jan. ,2, arid will be assigned to the miu-inc band,' The immediate families of Mr and. Mrs Edward Maahs spent Christmas Day < at .the parental home and iwqre Mr and' Mrs Eugene 'Maahs ana uimily of DCS Moines, Mr and Mrs H ,Terra ) nce j B. .Bthlmef and daughter Debbie' of Ames, Mr and 'Mrs Ralph Sobers and daughter-dOpt^mber Sue of Algona, ;Mr and Mrs Dick Leu of Tawas '• City, Mich., Mjr and Mrs Elm6t' Maahs, Mr and Mrs Eldon Maahs and daughters Judy, Eldora, Ella tlae, Evonne, Everett arid Eal'i at home, and Edward Jr; of Emmelsbufg. ' i Eldon Ray Meyer' and Donald Meyer, students at Wartburg college al Waverly, Mary Greincrt, student at Luther 1 : col^Qge qt Decorah, :Loralne ,Butxke, sWdent n,urse in Lutheran hospital in Dt.4 Moines, Mary Meyer employed in Des Moines, spent the Christmas vacation with their respective parents here. Mr and Mrs Walter^ Vaudt left last week for Florida where they will-spend the winter. I ; . Charles and' James SchuHz, Joe Zohbon and Ralph Nichols all bagged their deer on the first day of the deer season.; I Edward Polratir. returned to St. -Ann-' hospital -. >Saturdny< after spending a, week' with his parents, Mr and M^rs Herbert Potratz. ' • ; : Battle Sue, daughter of Mr ahd Mrs Harold Greene, was baptteed in St. Paul's Lutheran Church Sunday. The Rev. Cleo Kautsch pcrlonnod the baptismal rites. Her sponsors were Mr and Mrs Dale Greene of Humboldt, who were also dinner guests at the Greene home in her honor. The members 01 St. Paul's Lutheran choir with . their; instructor Reuben Butzke went caroling Monday evening at St. Ann hospital and the Good Samaritan Home in Algona. After caroling, they returned to the church parlors where they held their Christmas party. Mr and Mrs Marcus Zumach Were called to Amsworth, Nebr. to the bedside of Adolph Ship- poreit, father of Mrs Zumacli, Who suffered a heart attack Thursday. They returned home Sunday. Mr and Mrs Arthur Hcidcn- with left for Albert Lea, Minn. Friday where they spent the weekend at the home of their daughter and family, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Walker. Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith and Lylc, Mrs porothy jRosendahl, Daniel and Kay Francos' of here 1 end Mr £nd Mrs -Ralph Setaer's and daughter ^September Sue ,qf Algona were Christmas Day dinner guests -at Jhe Walker home. ' By Mrs. Fern Bigings the anniversary were Mr and Mrs John Webfir of Irvington, their daughter Mrs Robert Stevens, and Son, Crown Point, Mrs Walter Barr, Algona, her daughter Mr dnd Mrs Dale Johnson of Corwith. While all at Pontiac another sister Mr and Mrs Joe Eymann was visited. Mr and Mrs Guy Giddings were hosts to a pre-Cnristmas dinner, Sunday evening for the employees of j.he LuVerne post office. Guests Were postmaster and Mrs Rarhus, Mr and' Mrs Jack Guy/ Mr and Mrs James Mallory and Mrs Margaret Hayes. Irvington. 1 Karen Baer was a guest at a pre-Christmos dinner Sunday ifi the Robert Hobbie home in Algona. Other guests were the Corr nie Van Orl family of Garner. Karen Baer attended the weddM ing of her cousin Maren Peterson and James Olson at Garner Saturday. The postponed Circle 2 meet- ng of W.S.C.S. was held Dec. 14 wlh Mrs W. Raymond Legler. Guests were Mrs Wilson Legler, Fort Dodge, Mrs Sylvester Brace and son and Susan Wolf. Miss Myrtle Jordan led devotions and Mrs Raymond- Nelson gave lesson study.' -A *gift exchange took place and a money donation for the American fiible Society. The postponed -Evening Star circle of W.S.C.S. was held Dec. 15 with Mrs Worthie Usher wi^h Mrs Allyn Brink and Jean Janssen' assisting, .hostesses.; A buffet dbinpr preceded. the , meeting, followed by a social iiour and gift exchange. Mrs Gerald Ramus was .welcomed as a new member of the circle: ' • ' * •; tyr and p\lrs Larry) Martin 6^ Sac {City v^ere Saturday visitors withj his parents, Si^pt. and Mrs B, E. Martin, j ' '" i Mte LillicJO. Heese and Eldort OberJiclmen ; tycre Monday visitors in Aurelra';with her daughter, the Rfev. Elmer Wchfspann family. u ' . ; I/M \ Mr and Mrs Alyln Weber, son Charles, LuVcrjie, Hphrj^ We^er, Corwith,; and Dr. Ralph'Weber 1 of Bancroft-went to, Pontiac; 111., for the wfeeli end. They wertt to attend • the- 5pth wedding anniver- saryiof their sister, M,r ^nd Mrs Glori Antrim.', Others attending jlehdale. He is a native of Wash- ngton County, Iowa, and a graduate of Grinnell College. First Vice-President is John N. Langfitt of Westcnester, Mana- _r of the Airport Branch, Bank of America. His Iowa home was m Greenfield ana he graduated from State Upiversity of Iowa. Second Vice-President is Ronald Garrelson, business executive of Los Angeles, whose Iowa home was in Mt. Pleasant. Dr. Robert L. Borland II, oral surgeon of Los Angeles, formerly of Vinton, Iowa, was named Tuesday, bee. 17, 1*60 Afgona (la.) Uppir DM MortHi-S Secretary-Treasurer. The Sixty-first Iowa Winter Picnic will be held at Lincoln Park, Los Angelrs. on Saturday, March 4, 1961.'A highlight of the picnic will bo the presentation of the Distinguished | o W a h Awards. Last years recipients Wero Herbert Hoover, former Pnvsklent of the United States, and Thomas Nixon Carver, dis- linguisjied economist, educator and writer.. . lowohs In Calif. Elect Officers So. Calif. Ass'n The Iowa Association of Southerly California^, following its annual meeting, announced the selection of officers for 1961 and set the date • of its Annual Winter Picnic. Elected President of the As- sociatiop was Superior Court Judge Eugene tsreitcnbach of DR. D. D. ARNOLD Chiropractor Above Pehney's Office CY 4-3373 Home CY 4-4836 *" ALGONA COMPLETE CLOSING OUT NUC Due To III Health, I will hold a complete closing out s vale of my persoha) property en the farmland located '/2 mile South, on gravel road, from D-X and Stand ard .Stations at the West edge of Burt, Iowa/ on .29 Sale Starts At 1:30 P.M. FARM MACHINERY 1—1938 J.P. model A tractor with road gear, manure loader, blade and pump. 1—1951 J.D. model B roll-a-matic tractor, starter and lights 1—J. D. 490 4-row corn planter with checkheads, 120 rods wire (1956) 1—J.D. 15' disc 1—J.D. 12' disc 1—Mounted tractor mower 2—J.D. 2-row cultivators, one is quicktatch 1—Galloway 4 sec. drag 1—J.D.3 sec. spring tooth 1—J.D. 2-14 plow 1—C9ckshutt 2-14 1—J.D. rubber tired manure spreader 1—McDeering steel wheel manure spreader 2—Rubber tired wagons-flare boxes 1—Rubber tired wagon-barge box plow 1—42' steel elevator, on rubber 2—Wagon hoists and speed jack 1—New Idea hay loader 1—Grain bin auger , .. 1—McDeering end gate seed,er 1—New Idea pull type. 2 row cornpicker MISCELLANEOUS 1—Potato plow 1—50 gal, gas barrel 1—150 gal. gas barrel . 1—Old style spring buggy 1—Set tractor chains 1-r-J.D. Heat Houser Other items too numerous to mention HORSES 1—Roan Spotted 10 yr. old mare in Foal I—White suckling colt put of Appalposa horse quarter bred Terms: Cash HIRAM (Ginny) Net Rtiponilble For Accidents OWNER GRAIN & HAY 1700 Bu. Ear Corn in crib, 19% mo4iture Dec. 15. ...... ,.• >.. Around 1000 BM. Beaver Oats in Bin, 38 test weigh). 50-60 Bales Wild Hay ^^^IHO^COK^^O ^S& U c&^ §CH ° * CITV ' EBAD _ ^ «VtvrNii?K ft .. KELLEY LUMBER COMPANY SEXTON — ALGONA — OTTOSEN Ted Wagner's CLOSING-OUT FARM I will sell the following described farm property at public auction on the farm located 5 miles East, 1 .mils §outh and >/ 2 mile East of the Kollasch Service Station on Highway 169 (South of Algona) or 1 '/ 2 miles North and 1 1 / 2 miles West of Lu Verne, on ... WED. J SALE TO START PR6^APfLY AT 12:3d P.M. MACHINERY 1952 JOHN DEERE A TRACTOR, with Powertrol, Anti-freeze and Wheel Weights, A-l. 2-ROW QUIK TACH CULTIVATOR 1946 VAC CASE TRACTOR. 1950 A6 CASE COMBINE WITH MOTOR, A-l. 1948 WOODS BROS. CORrJ PICKER. NEW IDEA 12-A SPREADER; A-1. JOHN DEERE 290 PLANTER ON RUBBER. JOHN DEERE ENDGATE SEEDER JOHN DEERE 15-FT. DISC. 4 SECTION FLEXIBLE DRAG. JOHN DEERE 12-.FT..SPRING TOOTH. LIKE NEW. JOHN DEERE 2-16" PLOW ON STEEL me 6 FT. HORSE-DRAWN MOWER. JOHN DEERE 3-BAR SIDE RAKE. IHC BINDER CONVERTED TO WlNDROWER. STEEL-WHEELED GEAR WITH STRAIGHT BOX. JOHM DEERE RUNNING GEAR with Wood Flare Box. RUNNING GEAR ON RUBBER with Wood Flare Box. YARD 6RAG and articles too numerous to mention. 60 CHEV. 1/2-TON PICKUP, with GRAIN BOX & GOOD MOTOR BUILDINGS 12 x 16 Ft. BROODER HOUSE With Hip Roof id x id Ft. BROODER HOUSE . . Hog Feeder, 2 Wood Self Feeders, 40-bu. Steel Hog Feeder, Mineral Feeder, 70-ga|. Steel Hog Waterer, .Hog Catching Crate, Tank Heater (used 6 weeks), 2 Feed Bunks, Hay Bunk. 225 CHICKENS 225 Yearling Westline and Leghorn Cross Chickens. Also some feeders' and wa- terers. HAY & • About 500 Bales of Hay • 400 to 500 Baits of Straw, DIIC- OACU NO PROPiRTY TO BE^REMOVED^UNTIL SETTLEO^OR. Not r«spVniiWt for R III W • vNvlle /accidents should any occur. :^il TED WAGNEK YUNGEBERO A QUINN, Auctioneers LIVERMORi STATE BANK, Clerk

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