The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 22, 1959 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 22, 1959
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F ;7,^^^ (la.) Upp«r D** MlflMt Thursday, Jan. 22, 1959 Gerald Ride, Wesley, Weds BriffGirl . - Janfcef Hoick, daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Hoick of Britt, became the bride of Gerald Ricke, son of Mr and Mrs LeJtoy Ricke, in a doube ring ceremony in St. Patrick's Catholic church at Britt, Monday morning, Jaft. 19 at 10 o'clock. Father OToole of Corwifh performed the ceremony. The bride wore a waltz length lace and net over taffeta white dress, a shoulder-length veil held in place by a beaded tiara and she carried a bouquet of pink rosefe and white carnations. Betty Rlclte of Chicago, 111., a sister of the bridegroom, was bridesmaid. Jule Matern of Grand Meadows, Minn, was best- man, Marcia Matern was flower girl. Mike Ricke \vas ring-bearer. Dinner was served in the Le- Boy Ricke home to a large group of, 'relatives and friends. The young couple went to Phoeniz, Ariz, on a wedding trip. They treated their many friends to •dance in Duncan ballroom. Move To Wesley Farm , Mr and Mrs Stanley Simpson, , two daughters and one son moved Saturday, Jan. 17, from a farm fiear Lone Rock, to the Lou Goetz farm vacated by the Gay Ion Vitzthum family who moved to . Stuart, Iowa. Mrs Simpson is the former Grace Johnson, daughter . of Mr and Mrs Frank Johnson. They have three children: Richard, 19, Diane who is a freshman in the' Corwith - Wesley high school, and Karen is a second grader. Teacher Resigns Mrs Joan Schaub has resigned her position as teacher of the 5th <grade in the local-public school. Mrs William Spurlock of Corwith has been hired and began her duties Monday mornig. Legion Card Party • The public card party in the . Legion hall Sunday was well- attended. .Five Hundred was played and lunch was served. Mrs Viola Studer. won high score prize and Mrs Dave Kleinpeter, low score prize. Another card party will be held Sunday night, Feb. 1. t&ined her bridge club Monday evening. » Mr and Mrs Merle Rasmussen will entertain their 500 club Sunday, Jan. 25. The Don Vogel family of Lohr* ville were weekend guests in the parental. J. T. Meurcr home. Janice Vitzthum of Des Moines spent the weekend in the parental, George Vitzthum home. Freda Hall accompanied her here. A baby boy was born Dec. 29 to Mr and Mrs Herbert Knecht of Forest City, formerly of Wesley. They now have a family of four sons and two daughters. 'Mr and Mrs. Lester Larson visited his mother, • Mrs Peter Larson in Clarion, Sunday, Jan 11. -^ «.•,,- s t -, ,', Mrs Julius Matz accompanied by her sister, Mrs Oswald Lallier of'Algona, went to Burt Wednesr day, Jan. 14, where they visited their uncle, George Kelch, a patient in the Gerdes Rest Home. ' The. Evangelical Free Congregation held its .annual business meeting, Jan. 12. They re-elected G'ec-rge Seaberg, chairman; Anna Flom, secretary; Lester Larson, treasurer; .and' - Maynard Swanson, Sunday School superintendent. '" Mrs Carrie Anderson of Clarion visited her brother, Lester Larson, and family Thursday, Jan. 15: She was enroute home from Revisit in Rock Rapids with their sister, Mrs Ollie. Lyng. , ,!Mr and : -'Mrs' Anton Pearson were hosts,at a steak dinner Friday evening, Jan. 16 for members of. their bowling team and their wives. The occasion honored .the birthday of Howard/Funnemark arid the 10th birthday of the Pearsons' son Michael. Mr and Mrs J. P. Studer, Rose and Margaret went to Lake Park Sunday and attended open house for her uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Will Meyer on their golden w.edding anniversary. . The three dens of Cub. Scouts and their leaders and parents will have a pack meeting at the Legion 'hall at 7:30 Monday evening, Jan. 26. Mr and Mrs Arvin Larson, Diane and Dana spent Wednesday, Jan. 14 in Rock Rapids with his-aunt,,Mrs Ollie Lyng. Sunday dinner guests in the • John Paulson home were a group of cousins of Mrs Paulson. , Circles of the Methodist church met Wednesday, Jan. 21. Circle 1 at'Halvor Floms, Circle 2 at P. C, Haynes, Circle 3 at Charles Prices. Mr and Mrs Cletus Studer en- terjained their 500 Club Monday evening, Jan. 12. Victor Youngwirth and Mrs Dale Dornbier won high score prizes and Roman Arhdorfer and Donovan Studer, ; the low score prizes. Ralph Schipulls will have the next party, , Mr and Mrs Bob Lewerke and family of Garner were Sunday > 4«mer guests in the parental, iL Carson Simpson home, and B/jtrg Charles Nygaa'rd family will join other Eggel- t relatives at a pot luck din. Sunday, Jan. 25 that will ..„, , fhe 54th wedding anniversary of Mrs Nyfaard 7 s parents, Mr and Mrs George Eggelston, ';er has pur- . ty house St, Joseph's and occitpy the en- Algona Upper Dei Molnet FARM SALE CALENDAR Complete farm sale advertising service at the Algona Upper Des Moines, including advertising bills, radio-spots if desired, and free auction listing. If bad weather forces sale postponement, your ad re-run without charge for new sale date under our original "weather insurance" guarantee. See us for early sale dates. Jan. 22, Thursday — Otto Eng- Irom, 3Vit miles south of Elmore on 169, complete closing 'out of machinery and Whiteface cattle. Imore Bank, clerk, Quinn and Yungeberg, auctioneers. Details n UDM last week. Jan. 26, Monday — John & Orville Thill, complete closing out sale at farm located one mile south and Vi west of St. Benedict on the south side of road. Sale includes full line of farm machinery, 38 head of cattle, 26 head of pigs and miscellaneous items. This is a big sale. Farmers. State Bank, LuVerne, clerk; Colwell & Yungeberg, auctioneers. Full sale details today. Jan. 27, Tuesday -— Dennis Long, 1% north of Fen ton and east. Sale includes much machinery. Lloyd Berkland, auctioneer. Sale details today" in this newspaper. Jan. 29 — Thursday — Fred Pannkuk, 4 miles south and west of Lakota. complete closing out of machinery and livestock Titonka Savings Bank",' "clerk. Quinn and Yungeberg, auctioneers. Details today. Feb. 2, Monday — Clarence Rochleau, 4 north from jet. 18-169 and 1% east and 3 north; or ,east and 4 south from Burt Yungeberg & Quinn, auctioneers Sale details later in this paper. Feb. 3, Tuesday — Gene Zin nell complete/ closing out . sale Deluding : JivQBtdigk, -,all machinery, etc. 'Farm located 1% miles east of Cylinder on highway 18. This is a big sale. Lloyd Berk- Land, auctioneer; Cylinder State Bank, clerk. Details later in this paper. Feb. 3, Tuesday — Guy C. Olson sale, north edge of Bode. Andersen & Kleve, auctioneers; Bode State Bank, clerk'. 'Sale details later. Feb. 5, Thursday — Wilmer (Bill) Thilges sale, 4 south -from Algona to Irvington corner and 1% west. This sale includes full machinery line, household goods, etc. and is a big sale. Yungeberg & Quinn, auctioneers; Security State Bank, Algona, clerk. Sale details in this paper later. Feb. 5, Thursday— Bert Geerdes & Son, Lakota, Poland China bred' gilt sale. See UDM classified page today for details. Feb. 9, Monday—Bruno -Schutter sale^ machinery and Brown Swiss cows. From Burt, east 4 miles on blacktop and one mile north. Yungeberg & Quinn, auctioneers. Details later in this Johnnies Get To 2nd Round, Diocese Meet A free throw by Tony Schiltz after the final buzzer gave St, John's of Bancroft a thrilling 5058 victory over St. Cecelia T s of Algona in the first round of the Diocesan Tournament at Fort Dodge Monday night. The free toss cut off a terrific last-minute rally by the Knights, who seemed headed for victory, A long jump shot by Oscar Froehlich, St. Cecelia's guard, had knotted the count at 58-58 with only four seconds of play remaining in the game. Schilla drove down court, skimmed through the St. Cecelia's defense and was fouled by Froehlich while attempting t a shot as the final buzzer sounded. Schiltz calmly tossed in the free throw, his tenth point Of the night, to settle the issue once arid for all. The win was the second in a row for the Johnnies over the Knights. St. John's topped the locals, 78-66, in an earlier meeting. The Johnnies were slated to angle with the winner of the St. Sdmond-Carroll Kuemepr game n the second round of the meet at Fort Dodge last night (Wedhes- day). Coach Jim Geelan's crew was hot at the start of the game and shot into an 18-12 lead at the end of the first period. By halftime, :he Johnnies cut the edge to 2625,. and by the end of the third period held-a.44-38 lead. A last period rally, led by Mark Seeley, who slammed in four buckets, was responsible for throwing the game into a 58-58 deadlock. Seeley topped both teams in scoring with 23 points. Ed/Rahe, who has a 28 point scoring average, hit 21 points for the Johnnies. Vaske chipped in with 18 and Howie Thilges of the Knights got 16. Presentation Academy of Whittemore fell to OLGC of Fonda, 58-. 54, after holding a lead most ;of the way in another contest Monday night, s (See sports page, section two, for county, sports news) Break* leg Skating t flttd Mrs J. RffifderYfC- > ice while skating Sunday . of on afternoon and sustained: a broR. en leg above the ankle. He toas taken to the Britt hospital whirV & cast was put on, Steven is an eighth-grader in St, Joseph's parochial school. Theo Elbert Riles Jan. 10 Whiitamore — Fuhefal ser* vices for Theodojre Elbert, 'S3, were held Saturday, Jan, 10, at St. Michael's-Catholic church-in Whittemore 4 with the Rev. Philip Dudley officiating at the requiem Mass. Pallbearers were six nephews of Mr Elbert and included Melvin Henry, Gerald Elbert, Mike Elbert, Adam Elbert, Donald EK bert and Milford Elbert. Burial was in the Catholic cemetery, with the Hyink Funeral home m charge. Mr Elbert was bom on May 11, 1875, in Germany to Sithon and Margaret Elbert. He came to the United States when he waa 21 years old and settled on a farm near Whittemort. He married Ida May Higley on April 19, 1897. Mrs Elbert died in 1939. On Nov. 23, 1945, Mr Elbert married Mrs Minnie, Wilson. Mr Elbert is te; two-daughters, .**! A w 5 A ^ jhjjTyi •• dif* Sluga bf Mfetarnott, 11 step-childrett; 26 grarlc. m 24 step-grandchildren; and reat-gfatidchildren. so surviving are twd broth* efs, Simon and C. W. Elbert of ~*"~ Htefflore, and a foster" sistef, . Carl Dahlhauser of Algotta, ir brothers and orfe sister pre* e&3ed him in death. „ ; « • CMr Elbert was a fflttftef artd Ififer operated an implement firm, •^.billiard hall and a service sta* ttott, Algona Woman Loses Mother Funeral services for Mrs Mary tiill, 95, mother of Mrs H. M. Colwell, Algona, will be held Friday afternoon at 1:30 in Bruce's Memorial Chapel at Fort Dodge. Mrs Hill died Tuesday at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge where she had been a patient since Septem* ber of 1957. 'Besides Mrs Colwell, Mrs Hill is survived by two other daughter. Mrs Mabel Ruebel and Mrs Robert Woods, Bartlum and two sons, Lester Hill, Fort.Dodge and Floyd J. Hill; Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Ex-Resident, Surgery Paul Parkins, former Algona resident, now living in Brazil, Ind., had recent surgery for a gland ailment. He was sent to Si Louis, Mo., for further diagnosis and treatment. WOK TO THEfi l>~M6del B John De€re Farm Equipment FOIt SALE — NEW Atffc G-OOb used silo uriloadeffj also Ceding equipment, R, B. Brotherton, Fort Dbclge, la. '' . 2*4* AFTER INVENTORY SPECIALS ON GOOD USED FARM MACHINERY TRACTORS 44S MM (New!) ..SPECIAL 335 MM (New!) ..SPECIAL 1953 SMD.1HC ...„ $2365.00 1949 8N Ford u *..$ 525.00 1948 SC Case .^...^_... .375.00 1946 A John Deere ^ 950,00 F^20 IHC ..... ': 135.00 "2" Minneapolis . Moline .*j >-*.+*.- 350,00 "Z" Minneapolis Moline _. _..__ 250.00 • SHELLERS ,, 1954 "E" MM w/PTO Drive ..u—-..—L... 265.00 1949 "E" w/PTO Drive 1_ 395.00 Kew Stationary Made* & _^ J 5§S.fiO MISCELLANEOUS W MM Tandem Disc „ 11' IttC Tandem Disc 13' fcoYar* Field Cull. :.-- Slan-Hoisi Loader w/Snow Stoop for 835» 445, or 5 Star MM'..-. A*. Humboldt Loader w/ Snow Scoop lor « or M IHC .....i. ALSO MANY USED PLANTERS, HARROWS AND OTHEH SPRING TOOLS, ;. BUSCHER BROS,__IjMPLEtyl£>NT 1015 N. M^in " ' CY 4-3451 ALGONA 3 245.00 185.00 245.00 425.00 225.00 four wheel on rubfae* U S E D, ; MACHINERY LIST'. TRACTORS X 1—Model WD Allis-Chaimers wh«l ttafcto* If m&6t ibey ISO bu. tractor spreader sY 10 N6W Idea four wheel 12A H*W tdia — ift §6bd eofidliioii ; ' MISCELLANEOUS 1—Super Si* Manure Loader io fit John Deere Or International< 1—New Idea No. SO Loader ie WD AlHs.Chairnars * . .• l~-New Idea, Horn Loader with, pitch control 1—GeM 14" PTO liammermiU -.with bbih augers , k l—Mooars PfO Hamihermill .,. I—Harvey *£TO Himmermiii 1—Allis-Chalmers Power Unit —^ • like new .' 1—Two unit Surge Milker com* plete I—Coats Stalk Shredder • ' iWohn Deere Cylinder Shelter LINDfe IMPLEMENT CO. SWEA CITYT IOWA Phbne BRown 2-4601 3 Next time you're talking "from the shoulder"'-i- try;a'bit higher up. ,'''•' paper. Feb. 10, Tuesday — K a y s e r Estate sale, % mile west and miles north of St. Joe. General farm auction. Lee Colwell, auctioneer, Iowa State Bank, clerk. Details later. Feb. 12, Thursday — Joe Vollmer, sale, complete machinery and choice Whiteface Hereford cows. From Bancroft, 3 south and 3 west. Yungeberg & Quinn, auctioneers; Farmers & Traders Bank, Bancroft, clerk. Sale details in UDM later. Feb. 16, Monday —,Bill Fandel, 2 miles straight west of Whittemore. Complete line machinery, etc. Yungeberg & Quinn, auctioneers; Farmers State Bankj Whittemore, clerk. Sale details in UDM later. Feb. 17, Tuesday — Norbert Frideres sale, 3% north and east of Bode, or 14 south of Algona. Machinery and shop tools. Lee Colwell, auctioneer; Bode State Bank, clerk. Sale details in UDM later. Feb, 19, Thursday — Arnold Deitering, Bancroft, sale of machinery and black Angus cattle Yungeberg & Quinn, auctioneers; Farmers & Traders bank, Bancroft, clerk. Sale details in UDM later. ' OlgaHott,62, Services Held Here Monday Funeral services were held Monday afternoon for Mrs Olga Anette Hott, 62. The Rev. M. H. Brower officiated in the First Presbyterian church here. Burial was in Eastlawn cemetery /with McCullough's Funeral Chapel in charge. , ' •Mrs Hott died suddenly Friday evening. She had been in good health and friends discovered her unconscious . Friday afternoon. She was taken to St. Ann hospital where she died a few hours later, apparently** from 1 a stroke. She did not regain consciousness. Olga Annette* Magnuson was born, August 6, 1896, at National Mine, Michigan, the daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred Magnuson. On, Dec. 6, 1916, she was married at Mitchell, So, Dakota to Obadiah Hott. They came to Kossuth county shortly afterward and farmed ior many years near Here. For the past several years the family home has been at 415 North Church street here. Mr Hott preceded his wife in death in 1949. In recent years, Mrs Hott had been much in demand as a housekeeper and baby sitter. She recently completed a stay of two weeks in a local home while the parents were vacationing. She was a member of the First Presbyterian church and active in the women's association. Survivors include a daughter Mrs Gerald (Barbara) Bahling, Titonka, and a foster daughter, Mrs Delbert (Lucille) Ungel, Bancroft. Justtne., '«haaed the;«maU St. Joe Couple To We<| Jan. 31 St. Joe —i Announcement' is made of the approaching marriage of Lois Willfong, daughter of Mr and Mrs Peter Zeimet, to Wjlliam Bormpnn, son of Mr and Mrs Nick Bormann. ill take place an. 31, at St, Jo church here. frorfFSi' ~ fT -'^-^- «85-' v^H^ i? iM/iJHl \&w Former Resident Buried Here Funeral services for a former long-time Algona resident, Mrs Ada Mae Bandy, 66 were held Saturday at St. Thomas Episcopal church here, .Father Baustain officiated and burial was in River view cemetery here. Mrs Bandy died Thursday at Altoona where she had been making her home with a daughter, Mrs Robert Bussell, ' * She was born, .November 26, 892 at Minonk, 111., the daughter of Louis Weitzel and his wife, he former Catherine Anderson. ier husband preceeded her in death in 1949. Surviving besides the daughter, Mrs Russell, is a half brother, B. M. Davis, St. Petersburg, Florida. Goodwill Truck The Goodwill Industries truck will stop at the Mary Stainbrook farm at Wbittemore Jan. 3§, All clothing items should be left with Mrs sfainbrook by Jan.. $7 License To Wed j Gae ,,H<?ens§ to w,« gHrifl&.tk 6 pastjyeek, going t >Ro|ep, Wayne Potrstss and Bjend Rae Finnestad, both of Fenton. A BLIZZARD OF SAViNGSU first, quality combed yarn WOVEN GINGHAMS by famous Mission Valley, beautiful woven > combed yarn gingham plaids and stripes, dbbby weaves and twist-knot surface interest fabrics in lovely late winter-into spring color combinations . . . pre-shrunk, special little-or-no-iron .drip dry finish. Full 45 inches wide ... a regular 98c value VERY SPF.CIAL JFOR THIS JANUARY EVENT ! First Quality, Drip Dry Print Cloth A wonderful assortment of brand new colorful prints in fine quality percale fast colors, pre-shrunk, and with a woncl.erful new drip-dry finish that' requires little or no ironing! A JANUARY SPECIAL PURCHASE 39c GREATLY REDUCED t } Girls Coats, Show- Suits, Car Coats, Boys Parkas NOW T /s OFF REG PRICE BROKEN SIZES, ; Men's Flannel Shirts VALUES TO $2.98 NOW 1.99 SPECIAL Girls Slips Embossed i COTTON SIZES, 2-14 1.00 GIRL'S Fancy Panties RAYON AND NYLONS. VALUES TO 79c SIZES 4 TO 14 2 PAIR LOO Childrens Wear GREATLY REDUCED Boys Winter Caps, Wool Gloves and Mittens, SPORTSWEAR, SLEEPERS, MANY OTHER ITEMS. , OFF ONE RACK Ladies and Misses Skirts Wools — Corduroys — Flannels! NOW '/3 OFF Downstairs Store ONE LARGE TABLE, GIFT ITEMS, DINNERWARE AND ODDS AND ENDS NOW HALF PRICE FINE MUSLIN Sheets 81 X 108 ' GUARANTEED FOR 100 WASHINGS 1.77 ONE RACK Girls Dresses ALL SIZES AND STYLES VALUES TO 5.98 NOW % OFF ONE GROUP Ladies Sportswear Blouses, Slacks, Jackets, Sweaters NOW T /3 OFF DOWN STAIRS STORE All Pictures . Many Religious Floral and Scenic NOW HALF PRICE SPECIAL PURE WHITE Dish Towels WASHED AND , BLEACHED - UNHEMMED 5 For 1.00 SPECIAL Child's Cotton Panties WHITE AND COLORS Sizes 1 To 6 7 Pair 1.00 Fashion-Wide JANUARY Final Clearance On All Fall And Winter Dresses Everything Must Go To Make Room For New Stock ! Original values to 14,98 , .-. every dress now priced below original wholesale cost) beautiful fabrics, stylings, colorings, , . , selections limited, but every dress a real "find" at these rock-bottom prices , ., HURRY! HURRY! ir* .i -^^

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