The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 8, 1959 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 8, 1959
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6-Algond (la.) Opp«r DM Melnti Thursday, Jan. 8, 1959 llj tt Ottosen Baby Buried Dec. 2? AfHumboldt Otlosen — Mr and Mrs Gerald Rhiflctt became the parents of a 2 Ib. 13 oz. premature baby. Randy Lee, born at Mercy hospital at Ft. Dodge, Dec. 26. He passed away the following afternoon. Graveside rites were Tuesday morning at St'. Mary's Catholic cemetery at Humboldl with Father Grady officiating. Little Boy 111 Kenneth Bratland, 3, son of Mr and Mrs Arnold Bratland o r Humbotdt, grandson of the Earl Longs has been at the Lutheran hospital at Ft. Dodge since Christmas eve with pneumonia. He i? recovering, but still in the hospital. The Longs h'nve spool their days at the Arnold Bratland home. Doreen Kay, daughter of Mr and Mrs Victor Meyer was baptized Dec. 21 at Peace Lutheran church at West Bend. Mr anci Mrs Louis Balgeman of West Bend were sponsors. Monday evening guests at the Ralph Jacobsons for his birthday •were Mrs Bertha Jacobson and Arlin, Mrs Gunda Enockson, Mr and Mrs Donald Larson, Mr and Mrs Conrad Johnson and Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz. Sunday guests at the Eugene Struthers were her parents, Mr and Mrs R. M. Hanson and Ed of Polk City and her aunt, Bea Mo Clard of Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Maurice Halsrud and family of Bradgate visited Mrs Mina Wehrspann Sunday afternoon. Mrs Bertha Jacobson, Wanda and Arlin were Sunday guests at the Sam Thorsland home at Bode. Mr and Mrs Alan Wehrspann fc'ere Tuesday evening visitors at the home of Mrs Bertha Jacobson for Wanda Jacobson's birthday, Mr and Mrs Emory Johnson and Jerry spent Saturday with Mrs Anna Hansel at Eagle GrOve. Mr and Mrs Laurel Worster and Wanda were Friday evening visitors at the Russell Enockson home at Plover. Mr and -Mrs Roy Enockson were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Elmer Erickson home at Rodman.- Mr and Mrs Ralph Struthers and family were Sunday dinner guests at the C.J. Scott home at Cherokee; .-, Jerry Newton had a surprise party for his mother, Mrs De Vere Newton Saturday • evening Guests : were Mr and Mrs f Olvin Haug, Mr and Mrs Fred Karnpen, Mr and Mrs Howard Hellickson and Mr and Mrs Donald Cooper. Mr and Mrs Vincent Salz and sons of: Rodman were Sunday visitors at the De Vere Newtons. , Mr and Mrs-Fred Kampen at< tended the 50th wedding anniversary open house for Mr and Mrs Frank\ Hoffman at. Livermore Sunday afternoon. Mrs Bertha Oppedahl' of Ft. Dodge and Dick Oppedahl of the University of South Dakota at Vermillion were Saturday afternoon visitors at the Knut Oppe- dahls. , .,..;•••• -:•-..• • Mrs Alvin Mclntosh and family of Webster City, Roy Stover of Milwaukee, Wis. and 'Mrs Nellie Zeck of Havelock were Sunday guests at the home of Mrs Anna Leist. Mr and Mrs Arthur Lovig and Charles were Friday guests at the Tony Halligan home at Pocahontas and supper guests that day at the James Togeas home at Ft. Dodge. Mr and Mrs Sidney Lothian and family of Gilmore City were , Friday evening visitors at the Roy Jacobson home. Mr and Mrs Walter Jacobson of Rembrandt were Stinday afternoon visitors. Mrs Arthur Lovlg and Charles were Monday guests at the Har* old Le Vier home at Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Percy Watnfim visited Mrs Pearl Hansen at Whittemore Friday night. Mr arid Mrs Antone Waechter, Donnie and Gary were Sunday visitors at the Verne Waechters and evening visitors at the Henry Dahlhausct? home at West Bend, Mr and Mrs Raymond Wehrs- pann and Jerry were Sunday evening guests at the Abraham Ha- begers at West Bend. Mrs Essie Cooper had her family for dinner Sunday. Guests were Mr and Mrs Clyde Cooper and family of Dexter, Minn., Ralph Cooper and family of Sutherland, Mr and Mrs Hollir Cooper and family, Mr and Mrs Roland Fcvold and Mr and Mrs Farroll Cooper and daughter of Humboldt and Mr and Mrs Donald Cooper and family. Mr and Mrs Mike Coyle visited at the home of Mrs Laura Olson Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs Roger Madsen returned to Blair, Neb. Sunday evening- Mr and Mrs Mike Coyle spent the weekend With their "son-in-, law and daughter, Mr and' Mrs Marvin Wier of Okabena, Minn, Mr and Mrs Orville Meyer of Sutherland were Saturday evening guests at the Donald Coopers. Conley Daniel of Des Mpines spent the weekend with his parents, Mr and Mrs Loren Daniel. •Mrs Kermit Fowler, Mrs Edgar Meyer and children visited Sunday evening at the Bernard Coyles at Bode and with the Anton Andersons at Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Roy Adams were Sunday callers at the Loren Daniel's, * Mr and Mrs George Warrior were Tuesday visitors at' the Ralph Richards. Mr and Mrs Antone Speich, Mrs Gene Walston and Charles and Mr and Mrs Robert Speich and Kevin of Algona were Saturday evening visitors at the Paul Berninghaus^home at Ft. Dodge, Mr and Mrs Oliver Lee attended the wedding of Elaine Jensen and Dennis -Vaag at the Lutheran Church at Gilmore City Sunday afternoon. Mrs Lee poured at the reception. ' Mrs Oliver Lee, Robert and Terry visited Friday afternpon at the Russell Chism home at West Bend. Mr and Mrs Eugene IlO'fius visited her mother, Mrs Cora Bacon at Algona Sunday afternoon. The Vinaas family had a pot luck supper at the Ralph Jacobsons ' Sunday evening. Guests were Mr and Mrs John V-inaas, Wally Smeby of Hanlantown, Mrs Leona Daniel arid Onalee of Humboldt, Dwight Daniel and family/ of St. Paul, Minn., Mr and Mrs Stanley Lee of Ft. Dodge, Mrs Alma Nash, Beverly and Everett of Alden, Minn,, Mr and Mrs Arlan Scharberg of Rochester, Minn., Mr and M/rs Art Vinaas of Austin, Minn., Mr and Mrs Donald Larson, Mr and Mrs Conrad Johnson and family"and Mr and Mrs John Larson. Sunday evening supper.. guests at the Victor Meyers were. ? Mr and Mrs Martin Meyer and Eldon, Mr and Mrs Paul Meyer and daughters and Edgar Meyer. Mr and,Mrs Duane Kropf and family of Newton were ^Wednesday and Thursday visitors at'the' Sam Kropf home. Friday they were all dinner guests at the Harold Kropf s at Dakota City. A/2 Gary Cooper arrived Tuesday night on a 15-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Donald Cooper. He-has had two months service in-Turkey. Pvt. Norman Speich is spend- 'ing a 14-day furlough with his parents, Mr • and Mrs Antone Speich. Robert E. Lee of Tulsa, Okla., spent a. week with his parents, Mr and Mrs Oliver Lee. Mike Frohling took Mrs Henry Frohling of Emmetsburg to Iowa City Friday where they visited his father, Henry Frohling at the Elaine Moahs Of Whittemore Is Engai Whiiiemore — Mr and Mrs Edward Maahs have announced the engagement of their daughter, Elaine, shpWn here, to Dick Leu, son of Mr and Mrs Louis Leu; Malvern. Miss Maahs, a Whittemore high school graduate, is employed at the Farmers State Bank, Whittemore, and Mr Leu is attending Concordia Teachers College at Seward, Neb. , Cheryle Torine Recent Bride At Swea City Swea & Eagle — Cheryle La Ree Torine, daughter of Mr and Mrs Francis Torine. became the bride of Robert T. Himes, son of Mrs Robert W. Himes, Sr. and the late Mr Himes, Mason City; in a double ring ceremony, Dec. 28 at 2 p.m. at the First Baptist Church, Swea City. Rev. Le Roy.Carter officiated. Nuptial music was provided by Duane Gifford, organist, who accompanied soloist Gerry Christensen. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a ballerina gown of white satin brocaded taffeta. Her veil was shoulder length and attached to a cap of net and seed pearls. She carried a colonial bouquet of red rosebuds- and white pine. .Betty Schwartz was attendant. , . The bridegroom was .attended by Virgil Noack, Postville. Ushers were .Larry. Torine, brother of bride, and Danny Rogers, nephew,of the bridegroom, Following the ceremony a- reception was held from 2:30 to 4:00 p.m. for 150 guests at Guild Hall. Mrs Lowell Larson and Mrs John Guy of Austin, Minn., aunts of bride, were dining room hostesses. Waitresses were Mrs Art Lar«son, Marcia and Aleta Jensen, Mrs, Wayne Smith of Fairmont, and Mrs Jim Jarms of Waterloo. Mrs J. A. McCoy, Decatur, 111. and Mrs Howard Nagel, Shurburn, aunts of the bride, cut and served the wedding, Cake. Mrs D., and Albert Himes, Lfscomb, s!stet*fn* law of the bride Joanne Hetack, Wi charge of guest book. sager, Traer, Mary Betts, Neb. and Kay McCoy charge of the gift table, The couple left for 'ft trip to Sioux Falls, S, ., Will make their home at "freer where they both teach at Traer public schools. , • -: The bride graduated from £w%a City Community high school. .She attended Iowa State TeachefA College and Upper «Iowa University. The bridegroom after graduating from Liscomb high school, received a B. A. degree from Iowa State Teachers College. Wedding Party Mr and Mrs George Harner, with Mrs Emil Larson, assistant hostess, , entertained at 6 p.m. dinner at the Harner home, Dec. 27. Guests were the members of the Torine - Himes wedding party. ' Mrs Himes Honored Mrs Robert Himes was honored at a miscellaneous shower Jan, 2 at Guild Hall. Mrs - Dettmer Thompson acted as toastmasfer at a short program. A duet by Mrs Jean Anderson and Mrs Lowell Larson. ReminiSceiice of Cheryle's" life by Betty Schwartz, poems by Shirley Stenzel, ."duet by Aleta Jensen and Barbara Stenzel, closing prayer by Mrs W. C. Peterson. A buffet luncheon was served. Mrs W. C. Peterson, the bride's great aunt poured. Mrs . Himes then opened her gifts. Shower Hostesses were Mesdames Arnold Anderson, Kenneth Emery, Gladys Hanson, Leo Guerdet, Virgil Jensen, Ole Johnson, Gale Johnson, Sam Link, Glen Mino, Orville Miller, Walter Mino, Nora Olson, Glen Olson, Joe Preston, Tom Preston, Fern Peterson, J. A. Sanftner, Kenneth Patterson, Donald Patterson, Oscar Peterson, Olga Schwartz and Dittmer Thompson. ' : P> Hk k fl ii Ex-Resident Mrs Henrietta Johnsoft and her Edwin-Ckintje were at JRoch* , J *-— • - J ~£ witji ; ga ftft :^ Wikoti 6f i.^ Aft.'M *E'--fr ^L. A tp •' sp€nn the '' howi* df -Mrs feturticd Suftday night to helfr Mfn her birthday** Mr GlttauS rtSttftSfefl fednf lda> •«wMhgv*htit : IU W&fc *i& Hit celebrate pita! there* L*dys*d[ *-* Mrs fidfta Welfare, 70, died at HQly family hospital. Estherville, Decs 20, after a shbtt i lines*. .Edna Brown was born at Had* cliffe Oct. 27, .1888, theidaught^r of Mr and Mrs Dell Brown and lived her early -days in'RIdcliffe and Whitcomb, Neb. J She came With her parents to Ledyard when six and went to school here. She was united in marriage to James H. Welfare April 14, 1909 at Baft- 6roft. The .Welfares lived here until moving to Estherville several years ago. • ' Mrs Welfare is survived by her husband, J. H. Welfare, her daughter, Mrs Eldon Bonnicksen, -a grandson ' and two sisters; , Mrs Ralph Johnson and' Mrs Chris Gelhaus, Ledyard, , Funeral services were held Dec. 24 at the Ledyard Methodist church. Rev. S. H. Hammer of-, ficlated. Pallbearers were Car] Gelhaus,. 'D. B. Mayer, L. H. JUnkermeier, L. A. Nitz, Howard Dyer and Knute Bonnicksen. Burial ,was at Highland Home cemetery. ' . _ __ %ftt!attt Hatittian returned howe Thursday fetter a- tWO ^gg|»' «"*—u* »**'."' *a»-j- *.t, <*M fida. t6 Flo* Mr and Mrs John Craig, Welcome, Minn., announce the engagement of their daughter, Janet, to Donald Burgeson, son of Mr Roy Burgeson, Armstrong. The wedding is planned for Feb. 1. •' , , Mrs Wayne Thompson has made several trips the past week to visit her father, C. Fred Berggren, who is a patient at Fairmont. , Mr and Mrs Virgil Jensen, attended the 25th wedding -anniversary open house reception for Mr and Mrs Fred Butterfield at Dolliver Sunday. .•"'-• " , Mr and Mrs David Earp, Mankato* Minn, visited from Tuesday until Sunday at her parents, 'Mr and Mrs Maynard Jensen. ' r ' - ' - - ' hospital. •*' Rev, Leo Wehrspann of Aurelia brought h,is parents, Mr and Mrs W. H.;Wehrspann home Sunday evening,, after a week's visit. Fortieth Anniversary « «.'i „ S'." *;.: . ' • . • ' * Mr, and Mrs- W. Ray Smith, Wesley, will observe their 40th anniversary with an open house, Sunday, Jan. 11, at their home near Wesley. Hours are from 2 to 8 p.m. Mr and Mrs Smith were married Dec. 31, 1918 at Algona and have lived in this area and at Wesley since that time. The couple has live children, including Glenn Smith, Algona. , IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT Having decided io discontinue entire herd of dairy cattle on dairying, we will dispose of our Wednesday, January 14th starling ajt 12:30 P.M. Located 1 mile West of Swea City, Iowa, On Hy.* No. 9. Lunch will be served on farm. CATTLE 6 — Brown Swiss cows 3rd calf — fresh recently. 1 — Brown Swiss cpw due 3rd calf January. 1 Brown Swiss Heifer due January. 3 — Brown Swiss Heifers due spring. 12 — Brown Swiss cows 2nd and 3rd calves r- milking heavy ~ bred. 9 — Brown Swiss heifers 3-10 months old. 2 -r Brown Swiss Holstein heifers cross 5 months old, 3 —• Brown Swiss heifer calves. 2 — Brown Swiss bull calves. 9 — Brown Swiss steers ~6 months — 1 yr. old. 1 — Brown Swiss bull — Registered 7- 3 yrs, old. 1 -- Holstein cow 3rd calf — fresh recently. 3 — Holstein cows 3rd and 4th calves due, January. 3 — Holstein cows 2nd and 3rd and 5th calves — milking bred. I — Holstein heifer calf S months old. 3 —• Holstein steers — yrlgs. DAIRY EQUIPMENT 1957 — 2 Surge seamless units. 2 — Surge units. 1957 — Surge pump «»4 motor for 4.6 units. Saler milk cooler — 300 gal. cap, Galloway cmm sepewior, Wash tank. Strainer & pails, Homwi Gas hot water heater, Gas space healer. FEED 2QOP bales h»y,» alfalfa and clover mixed •*- very good. 600 bales iiyjjw* Sorn silage w 20' X 15' JC 0' deep — apprex, 50 tons. MISCELLANEOUS OWNERS fvcm Rasmussen & Donald Bohy & P<*if Yungefcerg Company, Roches***, Minn, AUTOMATIC INCINERATOR Give your backyard a "front" yard look •with a gas incinerator. Completely eliminates ynsightly garbage cans. Burns all . burnable trash and garbage without smoke or odor. Best of all — it costs but - a few pennies a week to operate. North Central Public Service Co Ottosen News Rev. and Mrs Harold Mountain were guests at the home of Rev. and Mrs Kenneth Torvik at Eagle Grove, New Year's Day. . . ^ Mi! 'Lawrence. t fwedt -attl- Steven of Swea dity aftd Mrs Oliver Helgason of Armstrong yisited Friday at the hoirie of Mr and Mrs D, B. Mayer. , Mrs Lillian Brack was a guest New Year's day .at the home of Mr, and Mrs Lawrence Lewis. Other- gueste. included .the Wilson Bracks, Mr Frank Lewis, the Hugh Lewis.. Don Jorgenson, who attends Hamilton College at Mason City, returned to school on Sun'day. Pat Sullivan returned -to Fort Lewis, Wash., Friday after spending a 12 day furlough here with his parents. Mr and Mrs ' Aubrey Waterhouse, Douglas and Diane return- led from a two week trip tp California Sunday evening. While there they visited Mr' Waterhouse's sister and family, the Elmer Rhodes at Lynwood, 'Calif. They also attended the Rose Bowl game. Madonna Sullivan returned to Mankato "State College Sunday after spending the holidays with . Mr-and Mrs M&fVift Johflsefi and boys ,w,ere Ne«r, Years gdfesti of Mr and Mrs Truman Johttsoft. 'Mrand.Mrs Frank Sanftner 'entertained their childrefi at-a belated Christmas dinner Sat* urday. Those present were Mi and Mrs LeRoy Sanftner of Minneapolis, Mr and Mrs JJdul Sahft ner and family, Mr and Mrs Warren Thompson £nd family and Karen Twedt of Armstrong. Mr and Mrs Johft Ecklurid ant! Mr and Mrs HarVey, Hubbard spent New Years eve at the home of Itev. and Mrs S. ft attd Mts Charles Newell Iff frufnah Spot In Jr. Hi Loop Si Benedict and Bancroft con* tihue to be the loop leaders in the Catholk Juhidr High League. Standings ^ • . W *t,' , Bancroft v^»--.i*3». , 0 St. Benedict t —-2 1 Algona > 2 1 St. Joe .. 1 • , 2 Whittemore 1 2 Wesley .-.-0 3 Science Shririks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain rtew Yos-k, N, Y. (Special) ~'fot the first time science has found a hew healing substance'with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching, an'd relieve pain — without surgery. , , In case after case, while 'gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all—results were Bd thorough that sufferers marie astonishing statements like "Pile* have .ceased to be B problem!" The secret is a betf healing substance, (Bio-Dyfte*)—discovery of a world-famous research institute. This substance is now available in suppository or ointment form undef the name Preparation if.* At your druggist. Money back guarantee. i , •Bea. U. B. Fat. Off. WM. RIEDEL COMPLETE CLOSING OUT As,I am quitting farming, I will sell the following property on my farm located i/ 2 West, 3% South, 1 West, »/ 2 North, % West of Burt; or 5i/ 2 North, 1 West, i/ 2 North, % West, of Algona ON ... . Phone CY 4,2484 ALGONA 109 S, Harlan Sale Begins At 12:30 P.M. Not Responsible For Accidents TRUCKS 1947 Dodge 1-Ton Pick-up, duals, 6x8 > combination box. 1951 Chevrolet Pick-up, % Ton, clean. R. C. Case tractor in excellent shape, with cultivator. Case single row Picker. John Deere 290 Planter on rubber. Kelley Ryan, 15 ft. disc. Allis Chalmers 2-14; plow. McCormick Deering side rake. 36 ft. Sandwich elevator, all new chains, with hoist. Good 32 ft wood elevator, with hoist. 8 ft. peering binder. 2 trailers with wide boxes. 2 New Idea Manure Spreaders. Tractor mounted seeder. 1 trailer with n,arrow box. 2 flat rack trailers. M. W. 14 inch'hammer mill. Springtooth Harrow. Four section Harrow. v John Deere hay loader. Steel wheel wagon with good hay i*ack. Brooder house. Two pen Portable Hog house. 20 Bushel hog feeder. Hog loading chute. Several steel hog troughs. ,..;, ; Several small feed houses on skids, 70-ft. 7-inch rubber belt, good. Good 16 ft. feed bunk. Perfection Milking Machine units. 100 Ib. anvil. 2 Water Barrels 100 gallon on trailers. HOUSEHOLD GOODS 1 MAHOGANY DINING ROOM TABLE, Like New; 2 LARGE SLATE BLACK BOARDS; LOG CHAINS, SHOVELSi F^RKS SOME SMALL TOOLS AND OTHER MISC. ARTICLES, '' n * '.'-'.' - ' < '.. \' •••''-'•'.''•: .'" '•''.. •'-.-' ..' . ••- •' • -••.'. TERMS; CASH, No Property to be removed until Settled For Carroll Fraser, Auctioneer Buil Savings Rank, Clerk

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