The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 26, 1961 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 26, 1961
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? 'V • . • * ife&W^V'V' • ' M®s&rf<< :*"•'' f >?? »,*t 'wKiitary.i |^*??/<,; /^ 4'^%, i . Ia,^&i»\ri.«^M*,^* A,., £ ;H Jt -,;.v,'.V.' V-^-;K, ; ;^:A>J%^^V ^ : ^/ '--' '„ '- '• ~ v •Wi-U^W;-*/^^ <> ii: l V^#£ •** «&li*r* " . . t VI^.AJ«. Ve^i.-ttr^JaaLaKt , f ..» v ^l*Wfe^lS*d. T ' ^ *• "- i i - ' .t r , A M ^^ • • " • " •• «• , ^^ •• (, % P fc * 3 if ^ ton Elects Office^ 'Soo- Q CerWr. We'-^f Heis""wiit""De given to the,Sentral Higji School , Music department for the choir robe fund,'Tickets',for the 500 party can be purchased from the club'.rnembers. , MrS dsilvih yaudt v club presi- denj;, was voted^ the local club worhan of the-jyear', Mrs Menvin Priebe, a charter member, resigned., from tHe club sincfe they a>e riio'ving frr.m 'the t'bffirhunity: Mrs Dale Voigt and Mrs Harlan Eimers, in charge of the program, presented the Town and MO* ANNIVERSUT -rA I It >*•• i.t C?bUhtry tdttie theatre, 6siHg tile tatehte of .the Individual Club . Member*. A vbeai quartet, Mm Jack Gerhftrt, Mrs- Eugene, Hup* ksmp; Mrs warren Jtihej ; and Mrs Dale weisbrod . An original poem by Mrs Kenneth Johnson; a report on Gov. Erbe inauguration by Mrs Will Ham Hantelman; A musical number on the saw by Mrs Ted Jensen; A humorotis ieadiflg by Mrs Marian Eimers. A playlette was presented by Mesdames__ 'Ervin Borchardt, Dan-ell Dreyqr, ,Lyle tfeWel, Charles Feye, ' Herjert ' , , Jirause, Ca'iyin Vaudt, ahd Clar- uftce Yager." Organ selections! by Mrs Arnold -Hansen. f, Th«sa nationally fciiewM authorities checked quality, durability, and value of this Saaly 80lh Analvarsafy Maitrcft. Wlllmork RMiarch Cftrp*rarlo« ihoppcd Hi* ftatum of 60«p«V Itlv* mattrtuM, Amtrlcan Standard* T**ti»g Buriau gave this mottrw* Ml*** »lv« durability twtt. Good Hou»tk»«plng latllhrt* awarded Us Money-Bade Goaf only Seal Look at ffcese hafuna • Smvelh bulton-fr** top • Handtom* flecked cavo* • T*mp»td ftail ce)lt , • Comfortably llrro conttrvdtMl PETERSEN FURNITURE FEMTON Newly weds Are Given Shower At Depew Hall , Feriton — Rev. ond Mrs Samih Ismir of Tomahawk, Wi^c. were Hbnored*'"' at a miscellaneous shower given at the Parish SbUse at Depew on Wednesday, Evening Jan., 18. v The evening's program includ- i a vocal selections by P ( aula and flchael BerklarjU, acompanied at p piano by their mother, Mrs pavld Berkiand. Pastor Oliver 6hhsoh gave an interesting^talk, 'lowed by a piano selection by «irs Johnsori. A playlette, 'Every :3ay Life at the Parsonage' was ^resented by Mrs Kenneth Cody ted Mrs Ronald Jergens. A solo' grayer! by Mrs Russell Kuhn. , v Eleven cousins of Mrs Ismir IS ch recijed a bit of poetry and iJ; esented, the coitple with useful 'gifts.' Mrs Herman Norland five a talk and pointers of ^d- fice, Mrs Clarence Berkland wa's tyastmistress. /The, Rev. and .Mrs- Ismir recei- J 'M many beautiful and useful ifts. ,. Mrs Stanley Berklahd and Mrs David , Berkland helped at the gift table and Mrs Paul Zuamch sras, in,, charge ,p£ t the gift book. Pfjula '•B^rkla'hd *pUt ihc many colored ribbons in the net pillow. « Steven Berkiand registered tl^e ffiiests and J Timmy 'Berklahd, Robert and Jimmy Berkland and Marlin Belklarid carried lifts to the table. The center- ilece on the gift table featured ; little church nestled between Wo huge wedding rings. .The ehterpiece was made by Mes- idm'es.-Paul Zurpach, J"ames Me- /er arid Pet££ v Koenck., 'At the clbS'fe^pr .. IHc ..^evening, linch xvas "served, by ih'c many instesses. Mr and Mrs Dave Newel and crlndreri of Mason City have "}een recent visitors in the Louis .Veisbrod home. Mr arid Mrs Dale Weisbrod 4Hd Nadin<: were in Cherokee, Slinday, to attend the weddinr? a'f St. Paul's Methodist church Jf Marilyn Brooker to Larry Jliccbson. Pam Wrisbrod was an •(••••••••••••BBBHBBBH INfcOME TAX REPORTS MADE OUT FOR YOU C. O. BAILEY SENECA LONE RQCK PHONE girls Mr and BrUce ktlA Morlen'eAjsl the W., tt. Eimp Sunday after- hoon. fa» MUMfeh rrtoved f Turlock, Calif, -id Algona ^ T k >3 t ' ^ f ' * 4 , Sr tufrftM ^8*oid ^ f?tevefi and Mr aHd Mr3 Schlei-visit Mrs Edward in Titbhka Stlnday ( af{eritbOil 3an. ^2. v f Mr and i Mrs" Eiftil'26«d« land- Mrs ' Tillie KohhVc^ ' 6f ^ TerrlP last Sunday guests in;.the Everett Dreyer home.' ' ' Mf and' M«, Morn's Miichell,' mi ana fiisj i»»ui«a ( i'i«»«.i»»«« Mr and Mrs Albert - Mi tchell |ahaj Mr and Mrs Robert Huskarnp and family were Sunday'guests n the, Clarence, JBerkland home. '&' f nniv LTni WA. 5-3951 (50-8) Mr 'arid' Mrs eft Thursday for a winter vaca- ion and visit with relatives in California. Richard ( Theeslield • Has t^tjJ}^ rip in Texas and Oklahoma., Headquartered 'at - Dallas',' Texa*,Dick was one of fourteen men sent,out to^establish new .dealers, for Hybrip, Sgrighlim 'tnrciughout| :he area of'Texas'and Oklahoma. Dick has been with the Northrup ; &• C6.' dboul '& ^eaM.i ', H r and ' Mr4 ' OliVef Stbebdr and Susan were VeekeRd' guests" n the "Ray andWflfAdt Stobbe'ii homes. ' ' ' ' f ' ' ' v ' !! Mr and ; Mrs Richard Stucki are the parents; pf-.a son b<»rni Wednesday, fan.- 18 'at the Holy family Hospital. He weighed 7- ibs. and '10. pz. and, has , becui namd 'Jeffrey 'Rir-haM.l Grand4 Darents are Mr and Mrs Marion Stucki and Mr and Mrs,Wilfred, Stoeber. t , J J . '. , U ' I"' Mr and.Mrs Willard Menz.and. 'amily, Mr and Mrs Clarence, Menz, Loren and Anna ^lap,> f&r$ and Mrs Weride]} 'Rusch and Margo werf t Sunday dinner and sUpper guestfej ins the-Frank Me-" Fall home. * The Nellie .Circle met ,Wed>- nesday in the home of Mrs Floyd Duncan with Mrs Sarah Weisbrod 'as assisting' hostess. Mrs< Don Shaw was tiv charge ,of the. lesson and t Mrs ( Harvey Walker had,the worship'service. ^ ' The ] V^rgii\i9 .Ciiqle mpt Tjies- day in the home of Mrs Frank McFall with Mrs Lester Weisbrod ass'sUps? hpi leg-toveiov'Ha^ t vice and Mrs Arnold'Hansen presented the lesson which was . a., book review* o| '"The Edifc ,a£ Tomorrow." Mrs Wilfred Stocb'er had the prayer service. Seven- lecn mcmbciis' wer presenj., Civil Defense Is Program At Women's Meeting Fenton— Mixers Farm Bureau Won-.ens Club met on Thursday, Jan. 19 in the home of Mrs Ernest Votteler. Roll cal), was answered .by eight members •md five guests. The program op. Civil Defense was given by Mr- Clarence Underwood. The vice chairman, Mr? Ernest Votteler war Jn charge o" !he business meeting. Mrs Ernest B'M'kland read the minutes and •{iive the treasurers I'eporl. A lib. rary repbrt--was given by Mrs Oonald Root. Mrs Fix'da Siems will We hostess to the Fehi uary meeting. Mrs Philip Diamond of Algona, will show a cancer film and give a (alk on the subject. At the close of the meeting a r.cliciou.s lunch was served by •:he- hostess. Guests wore Mrs Frank .McFall.. jVt-.K Carl Kern, tifrs Deland Vbttek-r, Mrs Omer Lenning and-daifpiiter Linda and Mrs Bessie Hartman. '. ^Sr.^.sAls-ifl 51 '* 's fW'ktt**?*.**' 'tii m mmm^M'-S'* mmmW ^.Jt <f*&£i Jf.5 5 a Bes Homed, , the ircqfijutie^orr, with Grain Dealers' ! 66hVarttidH closed;- Wednesday. *,They H56D fROM THIS te Lift! ivaPi oHipfiU;;^: .'8ft*oh —' the eievefth litnUat Si&fd;' pile CoMerefleli '• Blip festival win oe held"'at-I* T.Hd'mps'on : CbmrnunTO fil^t School; Thompson, Iowa J bV Delude fAntistrpng* BUrt, Lakota, Eedyaid,' Hike" Ttingsted, Sentral, Swea City, and Titonka. Thompson Corhmunity School will* also parficipii^. » Duriiig the V day, beginning-at 9:30 a.m., each; school will have a select group i p/jfsoloists» and! ihearie for afthlrty,, .Jswith one bijthe; uctt>|s. j Beginning jat FENTON <ihd PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORV i gj ^ .-.-• __'•••'• -• GERAlti VOJGT INSURANCE THi:FRIENPLY TAVERN Incites YoU T8 Fenton WEISBROD Cqhipony DIP*, NEW GEHL EOUIPM1NT SMI. Phens 3 R«. Phone 60 NG SERVICE T Rimodeling fHpwf m & v ,'..»»)>*•< »»>...• '. Or, E. W, Rusko DENTIST Office Phont 79 R«tidence 25 Ftnton, Iowa The Fenton RiPQRTER i| The Only Pii|?li«;3<Jpn Print, id That Takes An fnteiest In Fentonl M, |ltaj« Broter and Farm Loan* r. $*rvlct . Fenton, Iowa CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank my friends and relatives for the cords and visits while I was in the hospital at Rochester. William Juh'tz. - 4* THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL i /* - . Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Reliable 24 Hour Funerol Referred To Us Wirh Confidence RINGSTED 21001 21006 St, Johrits 1 Luthferan church. Rev. $K H ^iedrich .officiated .-drfor Sponsors were Mr and Mrs GSr"-' " t . u and CKsHes. Kern., "Dinner at the Art ( Mt .iohie • honored the' occasion, tent were the Art Mufeliera franklin Mueller, Geram Jeritf |nd Lloyd ICern Jarriilies; . " ? : •'•'^^Jfei&'iafe Saftirdy t>Rl£bE STORE WEISBROD IMPL Fenfon, ia. >»•«•«>*»** P R IE B iMi : U ^ ^laKi'miving^^ tallteia;l^i tt ^ complete 'cMflS|»«^ ' ,, 2 ( miles,west and 1 &Mi SbU*ft ti Fetff&i (Jrlz miles eaif lafld 7J/2 Rllles so c il^ 6f RiHgsted o/ 7 irllles ndrth of the WAiH» tI: ^--^ti^r\lhd2,m|^^dHdVilHl«l^«lion more i * * e Starts at 11:45 A.M. 1 ul • V ' Lunch on Grounds l j * * ' , M ' ;,;- r ^ ^ •'.'"-? . - . ' achinery » x. _ ^^^^ TRACORS ft 'sF-PROPLL 1959-560 Diesel . Trqctor,,(lOOO Hours) Lead In fli. *• !* ' ' > • • • - . * • «&fj I, | i, "ires. International Hydraulic Ram. •s i<i I'V'ii •«'? <! " •'••' :,>"•!• 1960^460 International Tractor (49VHoui-s) with Fast HjIcH Internatiohal Hydraulic Ram ALLIS CH^MERS -S.UPER ti 100,, SEIF-* pRpPEttED;: ? 'COMBINE, ^9-ffr Scour' T Clean, Straw 'Spreader, pliJs Sorgum _and .BetinJScreen. , " HEART PICK-UP To Fit Abbve % ». i «* \*fc- -•* ' « ' J A > °_ I960 Four Row International Cultivator No, 461 1959 International Two row Corn Picker with Automatic greaser plus blower 1959 International Corn Sheller-Mounts on , Pickpr. Above 1959 Iriterndtipnql4-R6w Corn Planter with, .','..! !'. Liquid Fertilizer Attachmetits ".M- 1959 International. 5-14 bjgh . clearance Trip Bottom Plow .';..';•,. , , 0 'Six Sets of International Wheel Weights and Bolts New Holland Super 166 self-propellea baler : (baled 4,000 bples) , , 1959 New Holland 7-ft. Tractor Mower 1959 New Holland Roto-Side Delivery Rake 1958 New Holland PTO Tractor Spreader • ' ' 1958 New Holland PTO 125-bu. Tractor Spreader with bunk feeder 1959 Twin Draullic Sprayer and Flexible Ndzzels - Seven row oh Two Whe'el Trailer International 15-ft. Disc Lmde Sprayer and Flexible Nozzel, mounts on W.D. Tractor ' Fertilizer attachments for 2-rdw Cultivdtor . , (Allis Chalmers W.D.) . ,; Fertilizer .spreader for cultivator (Allls , Chalmers) ''.-.,',' • Drive ori Wagon Hoist — Mechanical I960 International 4 row Rear Type Cul- tivotor Nb. 463., , 1959 international 14-ft. Tanclem , Dlic/ Greaseless Bearings — Hyai Lift, International 3-H4 Slat Bottom Plow International, Ehdgafe Seeder 1960 Stan Hoist Manure Loader Snow Bucket to FitAbove Van Dale 1958-16-ft. Silage Unloqder 1958 Fdrm Hand Silage Wagon 1958 John Deere Four Wheeled Trailer with Six Ply Tires - i John Deere Four Row Bean Planter ,(32-in, rows) , John Deere Elevator 36-ft. (old style) 10-fodt Elevator (home made) 1959 ^-500 bu. TBX-O-WIK I-CORN DRYER , 1959-GRAIN TESTER 1956 CHEVROLET .PICK-UP, 3 A Ton.Grain Box and Stalk Rack, 4 speeds, Approx, MISCELLANEOUS BUILDINGS Cement Mixer fits Allis Chalmers W. D. .(riever been used) • Western. Land Roller . - , 1959 Four Sectior^ Noble Drdg with Fold' ing Steel Evener . "Easyflow New Idea Fertilizer Spreader W.D. AIHs( Chalmers Tractor W.C. A(|(S Chalmers Tractor , Allis "C'haJniere 2-16 Mounted Plow John Deere 2-16 Pl6w V,wo 15-ft.!Allls Chalmers Discs C»ld W.C. Tractor (can Be used for repairs) 1959 ^rt-Way Feed Mixer 1959 Letz Burr Grinder with 2 sets of Burs with Wagon Loader Three* - New Idea 4 Wheeled Trailers with Sfeel Flare Boxes Mandt Four Wheeled Trailer Flat Bed Bale Rack (2 yecirs old) 2 - Wheeled Flat Bed, Trailer 8 - Old Flexible Drad, Sectidns 2 - Cattle Chutes. . ... 1959 Drag Semi-Mounted 14-ft., Fits Tandem Disc , TWO - 9-ft. Field Cultivators, Allis Chalmers LARSON ALUMINUM BOAT 16 Foot Tank lor Catt - • Five 16 <oo| fe«d Bunks Hay Bunk? Cattle Oiler-Tox-O-Wik-never been used Three-300 gal. Fuel Barrels on Stands with Twoa-J9lB Sdl-Fefd^irs -. HopT^idkn (2QO bu. Cap.) ' • One ,~- Sell-Feeder — Hog Feeders (200 bu, ' Cap.) Two — PprtaWe Brooder Houses tOOLS HOUSEHOLD GOODS 3F sfeliL AFPUpXlM^TELY 2:15 P.M. idaire RwrigeratOT, 12 c.u. It, JU9T00 Fr«el»vg"ur4t 'With Vegetable ufiit in the 4oo| ^. Pink C<?lor. . '. _ , Frigldaire '.Elictric Hange — Pink Coioii MaichM Above v 3 pc, Bedroom Suite .. 2 PC, IJtidrooin |i|iie (ISrge dresser) . Schwenn* Joe Cream Freezer (reconditioned) .Swings (2 Swings, iW fc Two-f»Hde 61 jhe Farm Electric Fonceir 20 Sacks of Cement Gas Brooder Slove feie?tric PriU, Vz in.s Saw; '7'in, . . , Iron Bed «T Q^Qdd P?essejr» — 014 Cfetst 8 PC. Dining Boom Set 5, PC. Oak Ci«tO Sat Shovels; Post C%flf f 2 Vi* Grinder; Qrescpnt Farm fc«e«tef »MlpWgBy«.Bo Sofa, Ori»»nwoql ^- 8«vi«l 044 Chicken Tee4ers s*Y»») <- Step In Coier wid 0' C§y|pn tave Silo, ggd Sin ,M Vinyl UUs* ^ KKfei Sporting Qppds ii u|r9,|ubj()

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