The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 2, 1961 · Page 15
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 2, 1961
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Chicken Bone Caught In Burt Man's Throat Butt — Mayor Nels Nelson was a patient at Mercy Hospital, Mason City, Sunday and Monday. Mayor Nelson was atleinding a going away dinner in the Nelson's honor at the home of his daughter, the Roland Chaffees, Sunday, 6nd soiriehow a email chicken hone became lodged in his throat surgery was necessary to remove the bone. The Nelsons will leave later this week for a 2 month vacation in Texas. Reorganize Scouts A large group of interested parents and prospective Scouts were present at an organizational meeting held last week. Don Ca- lenuis, district Scout executive, met with the group and explained necessary details to again get Scouting on the active list in Hurt. Scouting in Burt is being sponsored by the Burt Lions. Special Program A special' education program began' in the Burt school Monday, Jan. 30. Students from several Kossuth county schools, Titonka, Whittemore and Sentral are sending pupils to the Burt school, each defraying costs and support of their own pupils. Mrs Russell Thompson will be the teacher for this special program. Her place as 5th grade teacher has been taken by Mrs Ed Smith Jr. Appear On TV Jay Hoppus, Norman Carlson and David Rasmussen apeared on The Farm and Home Program, sponsored by the Burt Coop. Elevator, on KEYC-TV, Sunday afternoon. The boys, all seniors at Burt school, call themselves the Shanghai Trio. Also featured on Sunday's program were the Tetrachords a barbershop quartet composed of Trudy Budlong, Doris Kuchen- reuther, Florence Reynolds and Doris Miller, all of Titonka. Also attending and appearing on-Sunday were Mr and Mrs J. L. Miller. Miller is manager of the Burt Coop. Boyd Shipler, student at Mankato State College, spent the weekend at his home with his parents, the Earl Shiplers. Members of St. John's Ladies Aid are holding a bake sale at 's* Feed Store Feb. 8 at 2 and Mrs W. T. Anderson Fen/on Pair Wed 50 Years minating committee, Mrs 0. It. Person, Walter Klocke, Monfpfd Peterson, Mrs Minnie Kylett, Mrt Harvey C. Larseri, 'Richard O'Green; auditing committee, Hat- old fOpsal) Robert Anderson ana Wallace -Dawson. Board of Trustees, fid Peter- Soft, Earl Gyamsdaie, Richard Hade, Pearl Dahl, Robert Holm. oBard of administration, Claude Johnson, Albert Swansori. Sweetheart Dance The'-annual FFA Sweetheart Ringsted — Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cro/wley Sr. of Fentort»will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary February 5 at St. I John's church hall at Bancroft with open house from 2 to 5 .p.m. The Crowleys were married in 1911 in b't. John's Catholic church at Bancroft p.m. Mr and have spent their entire married life in the Seneda.; area where they live on a farm. Their children are Mrs. Robert Binzen, (Loretta) of Fen ton, Leo of Armstrong, Joe Jr. of ^Bancroft, and John of Algona. They have 22 grandchildren.. Mrs. Crowley is the former Ella .Kline of Seneca. (UDM Engraving) • ' "' mamtel Lutheran church. Pastor 'illman reported that as of Dec. 11 there were 434 confirmed and !44 baptized members. A budget of $29,854 was adopted for 1961. Of this $9,554 is to *o to missions. Elected were Mrs Ed. Montgomery, secretary of the congregation; deacons, for three years, Walter Magnuson, Albert Swanson, Carl Lofstrom; trustees, 3 years, Richard Hade, Wendell Ditsworth, G u n n a r d Larson. Trustee for 2 years, Al Farland; Sunday School superintendent, Lloyd Thorson; Asst., Sunday School superintendent, Arnold Duer; senior choir, A. B. Tweeten; junior choir, Mrs Maurice Drew; head usher, Milton Peterson; Asst., Richard Anderson; delegate to Northern District. Reuben Holcomb; alternate, Mrs Walter Magnuson; delegates to the ...Lutheran Welfare Society, Mr' and Mrs Roy Pehrson, and Mr and Mrs A. B. Tweeten; no- Polio Program At Swea City Is Completed Swea City — Completion of polio vaccination program has been announced by the Swea City American Legion. These shots were $1 each with the Legion paying for those who felt they could not afford it. 24U shots were given with the Legion paying $76. This was for the series of three shots. Dr. Roy Turner gave the fina shots, assisted by the county nurse and Auxiliary members. Church Elects At the annual meeting of Im Dance for Swea City high school will be held Sat. evening, Feb. 4. Sweetheart candidates are Wallis Kay Reynolds, senior; Walecfc Schmickmg, Caryl Larsen, sophomore, and Sharon Johhson, freshman. Mr and Mrs Ken Nachtigal be- eume the parents of their third daughter Jan.' 18. She has been named Lisa Ann. Mr and : Mrs Jim Hewitt became the parents of their second daughter Jan. 25. Several from the area have been on vacation in Calif. They include the George K. Nelsons .Raymond Johnsons and Ronalc 'Johnsons. • ; Meetings, for the coming week ate Legion on Monday, Feb. 0.; L'egion Auxiliary, Tuesday, Feb. 7. ; Rev. and Mrs LeRoy Carter and sons were honored at a farewell party Thursday evening. They were presented with a gift fronr the congregation. The Carters moved Monday to Newel! where he accepted ,a call to the Baptist church. The Literary Society met Monday evening in the Music room of the school; Penny Guyer, Beverly Thoreson and JoAnn Harms gave talks. Mrs J. August Peterson gave the lesson. Whittemore By Art Heidenwith and family, Mr and Mrs Edwin 3reinert and family, Mr and Mrs Bert Seely. and family,. Mr and; .William Ostwald and daughter Carol, Mr and Mrs Harry Seely, Mr and Mrs Dale Bell and Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt, of here, Mr and Mrs Erwin Bruhn of Cylinder,. Mr and Mrs Ralph Walker of Laurens, Mr and Mrs Eldon Fehr and family of Rodman, Donald Meyer of Waverly, Mary Meyer and Burl Olliver of Des Momcs. Sunday , evening callers were Mr and Mrs -Ernie Meyer and Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith. Andrea Jo Kollasch, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Joe .Kollasch, was baptized by Rev. Cleo Kautsch, pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran church in the Sunday morning services. Her sponsors Were Mary Greinert of Decorah and Eugene Maahs of Des Moines. Emil Schmeling, 93, is reported to be quite ill at the Good Samaritan Rest Home in Algona. • Donald Meyer, student at Wartburg college in Wavei-iy, spent from Thursday until Sunday with his parents, Mr and Mrs •Lawrence Meyer. Mr and Mrs Michael Grimm of Des Moines spent the weekend at the parental home of Mr and Mrs Herbert Zumach. Daniel Higgins and Robert Walker are patients at St. Ann hospital, Algona. Mr and Mrs Arnold Fischer entertained their 500 Club Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Arthur El- bcrt won high; Mrs.Milford and G. E. Loebach won low. Mrs George Maahs entertained the South Side Card Club Monday evening. Mrs Ed Greinert won high, Mrs Emma Knecht, low, and Mrs P. W. Kollasch, travel. Grorge Genglcr, James Mergen and Mrs Joe Reding of Whittemore, and Leo Mergen of Algona, left Monday for Bloomington, Wise, to attend the funeral of Mrs Francis Mergen Tuesday. Mrs George Knoer was released from St. Ann's hospital in Algona Saturday. Register, Feb. 8, Drake U. Course DES MOINES — Registration for the Drake University Community College course to be offered in Algona during the spring semester will be at'the first class meeting, Wednesday, February 8. A history course, "U.S. Foreign Relations .(Histpry, 112)" will ,bo taught. It'will' mtet each Wednesday from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. in Thursday, 2, Atflona (la.) Upp»r the Algona high school building: | HUNTERS • Four Iowa Falls men, Robert Griffith, Gary Osborn, Edwin Osborn and Sam Norcm recently posed for a picture that was proof that they had a good year at hunting and trapping. Hides from 28 skunks, 100 muskrats, 8 foxes, 62 coons, 12 mink..and 18 beaver were in the picture. Total A number of relatives gathered at the home of Mr and Mrs George Meyer to celebrate the birthday of Mr Meyer. Present were Mr and Mrs Lawrence Meyer ARE YOU value of the hides is more than $000. • SALfiS BOOKS, register tick- els, register carbons, adder and cash register rolls at the Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. PLANNING ON BUYING OR BUILDING A HOME? THEN Home Federal's plaris for a long term, low and simple interest loan with no further costs after loan Is made will be just what you have been looking for. No renewal costs, no extra or bur- densom large payments but you.have-the privilege of prepaying yctur loan in any amount without any penalty at any time. 'Refinancing your present loan can be handled the same way. Save interest and include taxes and property protection in case of your death, sickness etc., if you wish. HOME FEDERAL OF ALGONA also makes FHA title 1 and Remodeling 'loans for all types and plans. Get our booklet for de'tajls, Handled quickly — No mortgage, payments can be protected.''. ' . , \ H^a-; WRITE OR CALL ON '*••*•'•••*i\ : 'ffome-- Federal Saving & Loan Ass 'n Algona, Iowa (4. tf) • •••'••••••••••••••••••••••••»••••••»< CERTAINLY, MILK FROM CONSOLIDATED IS SOMETHING SPECIAL! THEY SPECIALIZE IN . THE VERY BEST!/ i , . 50 A 50 year Masonic award was made recently to Merritt Peffers of Pleasan'tville. and Lynn of Minneapolis were recent guests of the home of his brother and wife, the Roy Andersons. Mrs John Bronander who has been a guest in the Anderson home for some time, returned to Minneapolis with the Minnesota folks. Mrs Lillian Bunkofske is a patient at the Park Hospital, Mason City. Mrs Bunkofske recently suffered a paralytic stroke, W.S.C.S. met at the church Feb. 1 with Lefie McMullen, Wantalee Kawcolt,, Myrtl Zwiefel, Beula Davis, and Inez Gra- hnm as hostesses. Phyllis Wiener had devotions and Dorothy Cam- pncy, program. Roger Steward, Fayette, spent the weeknd at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Walter Steward. Mr and Mrs Glee Bullock entertained Sunday in honor of the birthday of their son, Roger. David Harms and Robert Ortmun were dinner guests and in the afternoon all attended the show. Norman Mitchell, senior at Drake, enjoyed a semester break vacation with his parents, the Don Mitchells. Harold Steward took Mr and Mrs Karl Meier to Dos Moines Monday where Earl entered Veteran's hospital to undergo majoi surgery. Mr and Mrs Floyd Bacon, and Mr and Mrs Carroll Frasur and family visited Sunday at th<Merrill Bacon home in Waltham Minn. A baby girl was born Friday to Mr and Mrs Sherald Sydncs at Ames. The little miss has a brother to welcome her. Mrs William Butt is a patient at University Hospital, having gone there a week ago for a checkup and medical treatment. Mrs Al Hinckloy, Judy, Carilyn and Duano spent the weekend with Al Hinckley and Marilyn at Oakdale. Mrs A. L. Anderson was a rc- cunj visitor at the Roy Anderson home. Mr and Mrs John Kissnc-r entertained at a turkey dinner Sunday. Guests were Mr and Mrs Gillespie, Harry Thill and Pauline Kissncr, Algona, Mr and Mrs Les Tieman and Linda, Mrs John Kissner, Fenton, Karen Q'Don- jnell, Lone Rock, and Mary Mc- Gujre, Fort Dodge. The occasion honored the birthday anniversary of Mrs Kissner. Clyde Moore, Margaret, Claudia, and Junior, Marcus Holmes, and Harry Holmes, Bancroft attended last rites of William Homes at Swea City Friday. William was a brother of Marcus and Harry. Qoodwin Bergerud went U Iowa City Wednesday to brink back his wife who had been a patient at University Hospital. As I have decided to quit farming, I will sell the following personal property to the highest bidders without reserve at the farm located 2 miles north, 3'/2miles west and 1 mile north of Bancroft; or 2 miles east and 3 miles south of Swea City, on FARM AUtrrnrH I As I have sold this farm, I will hold a public auction located 4 miles South of Swea City on the blacktop and IVi miles West; or 2 miles East, 2 miles North, and %j mile East of Seneca; or 4 miles I West, 2 miles North, and V/4 milesjWest of Bancroft (kno^vn as the UjHenry Refsell farm) on — . I ''•'•'."' '•".''-. :.••' • WEDNESDAY, FEB Sale to Start at 12:30 o'clock Sharp. Murphy's Lunch Wagon on the Grounds. Sale Starts at 12:30 P.M. Lunch on Grounds <K till d d o OF CATTLE 10 Two Holstein Cows fresh with 4th calves. Two Holstein Heifers fresh with first calves. Two Holstein Heifers coming with first calves. All bred to Black Bull. Two Heifer Calves and two Bull Calves. Cows and Heifers are out of artificial breeding. ^ '. 400 WELP-LINE 901 PULLETS, laying good. *" ABOUT 600 Bales of Straw and 1200 Bales of Hay. FARM MACHINERY ETC. 1954 Massey-Harris 44 Special with 4-row cultivator, new tires; 1952 Allis-Chalmers WD with 2-row cultivator, new tires; 1952 M.M. ZA, new tires; M. M. 12-ft. Combine; M. M. 12-ft. Windrower; New Holland Tractor Mower, nearly new, mowed about 60 acres; 12-ft. Massey-Harris Tandem Disc, 3 years old; 18-ft. M. M. Disc; 1957 New Idea No. 20 Mounted Corn Picker; M. M. Semi-Mounted Corn Planter; New 9-row Weed Sprayer, 200-gal. tank and hand boom; Case 4-bar Side Delivery Rake; Case Land Roller, 15-ft.; 14- ft. M. M. Rotary Hoe; 44-ft. Meyers Elevator, wide type, 2-wheel on rubber; Stan Hoist drive-on hydraulic Wagon Jack; G. E.-3 H. P. Motor; Bantom Stalk Cutter; 4-section Drag, folding steel evener; Kovar IS'/i-ft. Field Cultivator; New Idea 12A Spreader; Montgomery-Ward Hammermill on trucks; EZ Flow Fertilizer Spreader in good shape; Oliver 3-bottom 16-in Plow, trip bottom; Case 2- bottom 16-in. Plow; Massey-Harris 2-bottom 14-in Plow; Three Farm Trailers, one Anthony, 2 Sears, all good condition; Horn Manure Loader and Snow Scoop; International Endgate Seeder; Dump Rake; Charlin Hydraulic Pump; One-Way Hydraulic Cylinder; Two-Way Hydraulic Cylinder; 4S Cream Separator; 2-gal. Pres-Vac Milk Pasteuriiar; Electric Egg Washer. 1957 CHEVROLET PICKUP 3 /4 ton, good condition and good tires BUILDINGS Walk-In Hog Feeder, 11x10; WaIMn Hog Feeder, 14x10; Brooder House, 16x12 Chicken Shelter, 18x14; 16-ft. Hay FeederjeQ-aal. Hog Waterer, Chicken Feeders and Waterers. 350-90!. Gas Barre|_and Stand; 250-gal. Fuel Barrel. HOUSEHOLD "GOODS ^ 9x 18 black Tweed Rug and pad used 6 months; Two beds with coil springs; Two 9x12 Linoleum rugs; Seigler Cast Iron Oil Burning Heating Stove, like new, used 1 n years with blower; Dining Room table and 6 chairs; Duo Therm Oil Burner, with blower, Small tools; Some household items. TiRMS: CASH, pr make arrangements before the *qle. No property to be removed from the premises until settled for. Not responsible for accidents should any occur. Anton "Tony" Kardoes Quinn, Yungeberg & Beenken, Auctioneers Farmers & Traders Savings, Bank, Bancroft, Clerk. 34 - HEAD OF STOCK CATTLE - 34 8 choice Black Angus heifer calves, vaccinated and TB tested; 22 Choice Hereford steer calves; 4 Choice Hereford heifer calves. 67 - HEAD OF HOGS - 67 10 Yorkshire and Hamp. cross broo'd sows bred to Hampshire boar vaccinated; 40 mixed feeder pigs, vaccinated; 16 medium-^ized feeder pigs, vaccinated; 1 Hampshire boar, vaccinated, , . . 2 - TRACTORS - 2 John Deere model 620 with low hours, power steering, double hydraulic system, complete, like new. Heat houser and tractor chains for J.D. 620; John Deere model B with overdrive, . MACHINERY J. D. Model C.C.A. 15-ft. field cultivator with power lift, like new; J. D. 4-row cultivator with rubber gauge wheels, delayed action, like new; J. D. wide front end to fit 620 tractor; J. D. No. 5 — 7-ft. tractor mower; J. D. 15-ft. tractor disc; J. D. No. 5 power mower; J. D. 20-ft roof extension elevator; Case model 133 power take-off baler, used very little; Case 4-row rotary hoe, like new; Kewanee 13' 6" wheel tandem djsc with Timken roller bearings; New Holland PTO 130-bu. manure spreader, like new; Gehl hammer mill with auger feed and auger delivery; Massey Harris rubber-tired 4-bar side delivery rake; Western 15-ft. land roller; McCormick Deering blower with 50-ft. of pipe; McD. 3-14" Plow Chief tractor plow with hydraulic lift; Kewanee 4-section, lever rigid harrow; Brady stalk cutter with blower; Case 2-16" tractor plow; Noble 5-section flexible harrow; Heider auger unloading wagon; Heider 6x10 barge box; Heider flare box; Westerdorf heavy-duty wide- track rubber tired wagon, like new; Case rubber tired wagon, 15" rubber Kelly Ryan 32-ft. grain elevator; Galloway 5-section lever larrow; Case rubber tired wagon; 2 flat racks; Case stationary ensilage cutter; McD. endgate seeder with grass seed attachment; s|ew Idea rubber-tired wagon with 6x10 barge box; mounted Thieman saw with 36" blade; Dearborn trailer, 16" rubber; 2 baler racks. MISCELLANEOUS - Ziegler parlor furnace, new; metal desk with drawers; Home Craft band saw; Clipper fanning mill; Cast iron feed cooker} 1-hole corn shelter; Set of J. D. .fenders; 16-ft. hay bunk; 6 cow stanchions water tank; tank heaters, 1 anvil; post dril 8x1? implement trailer with tilt-back bed; new litter carrier com plete with track and cable; Olson bale fork; Midwest hoist; 2 speed jacks; 300-gal. gas barrel; 4 16-ft. feed bunks; 40-bu. round hog feeder; hog waterers; forks, shovels, and usual miscellaneous items BUILDINGS - New 350-bu. walk-in cattle feeder; 12 x 18 4-pen hog house with plank floor; 10 x 12 walk-in hog feeder. TRUCK - 1955 %-ton Chevrolet pick-up, new snow-grip tires in rear, 4-speed transmission, grain box, like new, low mileage 24,500. POULTRY - About 150 DeKalb hybrid pullets. FEED - 3QO bale* of alfalfa and brome; 200 bales of straw. U«ua| Auction Terms - No property removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents. Fred Johannesen, Owner Clark & Clark, Auctioneers Lone Rock Bank, Cler STAB PERFORMER •BRAND NEW 1961 FRIGIDAIRE "BABY CARE" WASHER Soakg diapers, baby things ... automatically J Has i. RATED NO. 1 by U. S. Testing Co., Infc'for. All-Around Performance" Washing Action! Model WDA-61 Yours for only TRUE AUTOMATIC SOAK CYCLE makes "baby wash" so clean, so easy! Best for heavily soiled work and play clothes, too—and it's the recommended "wash" for all washable woojens! Plus these Added Attractions— "Somersault" Washing Action of ex- clusive.3-Ring Pump Agitator gently turns each garment over and over underwater to bathe deep dirt out without beating. No blades! No lint problem! ••,__ ' Pispenses Detergent Automatically— with powder or liquid, underwater! Pleaches Automatically/ Safely—with powder or liquid! a week easy terms, low down payment •In <onlroll«d leboidloiy tetti, lh« Frigidairt Waihw proved belt of 6 leading automatic walhf'l considering lilt following pointi loll rftnoval, lint removal, drynetl of ipin automatic caia of Waih i Wear fabrics, lim nliclty of Ul« and flexibility, water uied waihing lime and current uted. Report No ««|41, dated May 3, 1960. ADVANCED APPLIANCES ... DESIGNED WITH YOU IN MIND! BEECH LANE .APPLIANCES "The Wildest Trader In Town"

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