The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 22, 1959 · Page 11
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Silver Wedding HonoriFor A Swea Couple Swea Cif? -Mr Ihd M* Wm. 2*fe>J et%6 IwtfMfred on theif 25th wedding annivers^y with a patty given bv theif children !™ay ev emng, in- the American Legion Hall in Bancroft. The children are Mrs Ed Meyers Of ^"jested, Mrs ]F»aul Sanftner> Bob, Bill and Luvern. ' , .Sixty, guests enjoyed the eve£} ng °! * 5 P° ¥ th M iites Sdng to Mr and Mrs Adolph Hatten. Low lady was Mrs,'Homer Hendrickson, low man was Charles Stau- vL- ^ e : door M* 26 we *»t : to Eddie Qodfredson. Mr and Mrs Wiskus were presented with a corsage and boutonniere by the children. They received a gift of money from the guests. A lovely' lunch was served by the children. . Mrs LeRoy, Busch entertained Wednesday in honor of the 4th birthdayv of her; daughter, ,Roxanne. •. •• '. . ••;;.• ,:< •'." • ' ;••;• • ' Mr and Mrs Bob Sigsbee drove to Oakdale Tuesday to bring home Adolph Bruellman who is a patient at the Oakdale S.anitor- lUm. He is spending a week with ™ s ; Wifec }ti ,; West, Bend. • Mr Bruellmarv <is ithe J father bf- -Mrs Sigsbee. Mr and Mrs Warren DeWald and children Visited Suriday afternoon at the Clayton Holms home m Armstrong: Mr Holms is at home again after a few days stay m the hospital. • Mr and Mrs Frank Simon, Robert and Sandra of Truman, Minn, visited Sunday afternoon ^at the home of Mr and Mrs Peter Helmke. ; "•-.,-'' ; {•'•>- • '• Mr and Mrs-fieRoy" Busdh ? and Roxanne left Wednesday" for a three weeks trip to points, west. agute returned Friday liigftt ffoto Minneapolis where he had been attending .tfcts Interne tiotial A tf Reserves* camp, past two . , Mr and Mfi Carroll Potter of Algona called at thfe Clafeftce Gardner home Sunday. Ddnalfi Gardner of Minneapolis ; spent the weekend With his parents, Mr and Mrs Clarence Gardner. Jiift Gardner of- Ruthveft also spent Saturday With his parents. Mr and Mrs Clayton, Angle entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of the birthdays of Keith Cousin and Mrs Ed PepHnski. Mrs George Harrier entertained at a coffee .party Tuesday afternoon, Mrs Martin Tokheim, Mrs Lars Skaar, Mrs Orville Ramse, Mrs Leonard Mino, Mrs Sam Gibson and Mrs Wallace Reynolds. Mf and Mrs Richard Hesvik and family were Tuesday nlte supper guests of Mr and Mrs Reginald Peterson. • Mr and Mrs Cecil Godfredson spent Sunday with Mrs Cora Stow of Burt. ' -. . Lt>Uis Hanson 1 of Burt spent Wednesday with his sister and mother, Mrs Grace Baker and Mrs Eva Hanson.' Sunday afternoon Mrs Jim Harner, Mrs Eli Harrier and Mr and Mrs George Harner called at the Holy Family; Hospital and visited With Mrs Nada Pehrson. Miss , Pamela Fagerlund spent the nite* Sunday in the Holy. Family hospital for observation and treatment after having been Involved in a car accident west of town. She was, a passenger iti a =-car which Was unable to 'stop , in the snow storm Sunday. She returned .home Monday morning and with quiet andffest for a few days will be 'returning {b school. , Mr and Mrs Larry Mino and Rusty were Friday nite supper guests of Mr and Mrs Jim Preston. '•••'•'.-• ' Brink, Shipler returned from the Veterans-Hospital "in ',Des Moines Friday where < he had spent the past 10 days (for '.treatment on his leg." 1 'He, is- now able to be out with a cane , as help for Cla SundaV Mr and MrH Whalen of Lakota, Mr safry Tishj Mr and Mrs Harold Fische> and Mr and Mrs Glen Mino called at the Shipler hbtim Lutherans At Ottosen Hold Annual Meeting Ottosen — The yearly business meeting of the Lutheran church was held Thursday evening in the church. Cletus Hundertmark was elected secretary and Mrs Loten Daniel, financial secretary. Richard Kmseth was re-elected treasurer. Deacons are Roy Enockson and Percy Watnem, Oliver Christiansen is trustee. The committee .appointed to buy new hymn books were Loreri Daniel, .chairman, Mrs Richard Kinseth and Mrs Earl Olson. Melvin Ellingson and Loren Daniel are the delegates to the district convention. , Rev. Harold Mountain reported an increase in membership with 178 baptized members and 123 confirmed members. ,' •Mrs Percy Watnem gave the yearly .report of the W.M.F.\ Douglas Daniel gave the Luther League, report and Merle Holt gave the Sunday School report. Mrs 'Harold Mountain was reelected Sunday School superintendent .with Mrs Ivan Evcnson assistant. Mrs Merle Holt is organist and Mrs Richard Kinseth assistant organist and choir director. * 7|5ih Birthday • Mrs Helen Rasmussen was surprised Friday afternoon, Jan. 16 at the Donald Usher home in hon- 1 or of her 75th birthday which was Sunday, Jan. 18. Attending were Mrs Louis Henrikson and Mrs Ivan 'Schneider- of West Bend, Mrs TTior Olson, Qrville Olson and Mrs Grant Olson, Mark amTSatyl of Bode, Mrs Percy Watftfem, Mrs Harold Mountain, Mrs Roy Enoeksofy Mrs ,Oliver Kfnsefhj Mrs Merle •Holt, Mrs Edward K!nnet, Mrs Magnus Bratland,' Mrs Roy Tel- fc*d, Mfs Loren Daniel, Mrs Earl Olson, Mrs Anna Longseth and Mrs Ralph Richards. > George Warrior of Iowa Falls passed away suddenly of a heart attack at his home at Iowa Falls Saturday morning. Mr Warrior made his home wiih the Ralph Richards for many years. Mr ond Mrs Richards visited Mrs Warrior at Iowa Falls Sunday. Lenhard Holden Will show the colored slides he took in Norway, at the Lutheran church Thursday evening t Jan. 29. Mr and Mrs Percy Watnem and Randy and Mr and Mrs Allan Watnem attended the baptism of Philip Mark, son of Mr and Mrs Paul Watnem at the Congregational church at Belmond Sunday. Mr and Mrs Eugene Hofius accompanied her brother and wife, Mr and Mrs Floyd Bacon of Burt. to the Jess Hohenstein home at Amboy, Minn. Sunday. Martin Meyer fell from a stack of bales Friday evening, breaking his collar bone. He was taken to Lutheran hospital and expected to come home Monday. Mr and Mrs OrVille Ellingson of Curlew are parents of n 6 Ib. 2 02. son born Saturday, Jan. 17 at the ..Palo Alto Memorial hos- pital at Emmetsburg. Mr and Mrs Melvin Ellington are paternal grandparents. Mr and Mrs J. R. Pfister of Ft. Scott, Kan,. Mr and Mrs E. O. Koehl and Kflthy, Mrs C. R. Koehl of Hancock, Minn, and Mrs Wayno Schtnidgall of Morris, Minn, were Saturday evening supppr guests at the James Ban- wnrt home and spent the weekend with them and with the Victor Bnn warts. Roof Fire At Ledyard Gets Fast Action Ledyard — Friday night th_e fire siren sounded with the fire being a roof fire at the John Steinberg home. They live in the home owned by the Ray Gordons of Blue Earth. It wns no doubt caused by sparks from the chimney nnd wns quickly extinguished^ before much damage wns done. Mr and Mrs Leo Willndscn and Sandra were in Inwood last week Sunday to see Mrs Willadsen's mother who fell nt Christmns and suffered a broken hip. Mr nnd Mrs Burton Johnson were Sunday dinner guests nt the James Darnell homo in Blue Earth last week. Mr and Mrs John Brandt and Mr and Mrs Herman Brandt went to lown Fallft, Saturday, to spend the weekend with June firartdt, Who tenches there. Mrs George MncKlnnon wtent to Dos Moines on Saturday to spend the weekend and visit Mr MacKinnon who l-s a patient a* the Veterans Hospital. Mr and Mrs Laurence Pingci and family of Algona were Sunday guests at the home of Mr and Mrs N. A. Pingol. Mr and Mrs Virgil Gelhnus and Randy and girls went to Rochester on Saturday to spend the weekend with Mr Qolhaua who Is in the hospital, nnd Mrs Gel- hnus who is there with him. Mrs Warren Lloyd who hns been 111 ftt her home for somo time wtis taken to the Blue Earth hospit.nl on Friday for treatment, Mr nnd Mrs Rny Wentworth returned homo on Tuesday from a several weeks trip to Florida where they visited their daughter nnd family. Young Adults of the Methodist church went to Blue Earth on Thursday evening for n bowling party and lunch afterwards. On the previous Saturday night they met nt the Everett Thompson home for n pnrty honoring Mr nnd Mrs Melvin Wentworth. Mr nnd Mrs Wayne Gndc nnd son Crnig of Whittcmotx 1 were visitors Wednesday evening nt the home of Mrs Martha Schroeder nnd Barbara. Thursday, Jon. 22, 1959 Alflona (to.) U Mr j&M Mrs George Mogenson and Michael moved last f eek to Bancroft, where they purchased 6 home, Mr Mogenson has been Wofkihg there at Welp*. Mrs Mogenson was in charge of the local telephone exchange. Methodist Circles will meet Thursday, with the Esther Circle meeting in the afternoon at the home of Mrs Lillian Brack and Mrs Albert Looft as assisting hostess. The Mnry Circle Will meet in the evening at the home of Mrs Everett Thompson at 7:30 p.m. John Hartshorn received word on Saturday of the death of his sister's husband, Roy Jacobs of Guernsey. Mrs Jacobs was the former Eva Hartshorn. Mrs N. A. Pingel, Mrs Albert Looft nnd Gretchen and Mrs John Looft went to the Good Hope Methodist church near Al gone on Saturday afternoon to attend n post nuptial shower for Mrs Robert Pingel of Algona. Mr and Mrs Frnnk Rottermim nnd son Eugene are home from Miami, Fla,, where they hnd spent Christmas nnd two weeks nt the home of Mrs Ilotterman'fi slater nnd family, the Ed Davis. Paul Gelhnus who was In Rochester, ' recently underwent major surgery. His wife and son nnd daughters nnd his brother, Chris were there with him. Ho Ls improving ns well as can be expected. The following families, tho children of Mrs John Johnson gathered at Jrtf; to help her day: the & , Duane, RaymoM ai sons of L/edy&fd, sons of Ringated, „ sel« of Elmore, the .,-,, Woden, the Melbourntl of Rake and the Hugh Algeria. Ledyard Lassies met the home of Ann Lo.***»««»,• Caroline Busch was chdaell' _S*r social chairman. A deffl tion was given by Betfy ... and Jane EgesdaL Barbara foeder gave a talk. Picture «.__„ was given by Ann CarpenteH.*" 1 Monica Munyer gave a sdeciM'' feature talk on "Alaska." Linda" Grunhovd Was in charge of re* creation. tBAlN James Ness, a former Decorah resident, lost both legs when he fell beneath the wheels of a train recently at Austin, Minn. Ness, a brnkeman on the railroad had planned to retire in two years • with 30 years of service. He apparently slipped on the ice and fell beneath the train. MARRIED Mr and Mrs Thomas J, Shafer of Clarksville recently observed their 68th wedding anniversary. They have spent all of their married life in the Clarksville community. Both are 89 years of age. OTI For Purchasing ; ••' " ' - '»& Licenses Is January 311959 "" "' - ' v t , ,On Feb. 1, .1959, 1.958 motor vehicle licenses become delinquent and after that date, a penalty of five percent, with a minimum of one dollar, will be added EACH MONTH ;until licensed. Please bring in your last registration certificate when applying for new .license — this means all motor vehicles including .trailers. ALL TRAILERS Must be licensed each year — at the County Treasurer's Office. NO FREE TRAILER LICENSES. Wagon Box Trailers used by farmers for his own use — $5.00. Trailer with gross weight of 1,000 Ibs.— $3.0p. Trailer with gross weight of 2,000 Ibs. — $10.00. All Trailer licenses will be delinquent that are not licensed by February first. STORAGE Owners wishing to store their cars or trucks for 1959 may do so by turning in license .plates before February 1, 1959, therefore avoiding penalty if they wish to obtain a license later in the year. Cars in storage before or during the year 1958 are still in storage unless otherwise taken care of. JOHN & ORVILLE THILL'S COMPLETE CLOSING-OUT The following described property will be sold at public auction at the farm located 7 miles east, 4 south and 1/2 east of the (unction of highways 169 and 18 north of Algona; or 4 miles south and >/ 2 east of Sexton; or 8 miles north and i/ 2 east of LuVerne, ON ... DAY, JANUARY Sale Starts AM 2:30 p,m, Geo. Murphy Lunch Wagon on Grounds HEAD OF CATT JUNKING In order to junk a car, both the license plates and registration certificate & title must be turned Into the County Treasurer's office, together with a statement or affidavit for junking.'' .•••-•••}•-'. -• .' • " ; • ;•'•. • •; '", ' 5 — .. -.-..-.,-- •• TRUCKS * , A full year fee Is required on class A-B and C, A registration on a half year fee can be issued on all classes above C. Semitrailer Y must be issued for the full year. Truck licenses will be issued on the gross weight —• that is, fhe combined weight of the truck itself plus the weight of the load, • ,,, CLASS A—3 TON •-_ , „ -__. $ 25.00 CLASS B~5 TON __-,. I ~__1_ $ 40.00 CLASS C—6 TON _.._ -_ n , $ 70,00 CLASS P—7 TON * $ 95.00 CLASS 15-8 TON .. , __ „_ r , $120.00 TREASURER OF KOS5UTH BOUNTY • 18 - Yearling Holstein Wisconsin Heifers, bangs vac. and choice calves 4 - Hereford Cows, bangs tested, to calf in May e 1 - Hereford Steer Surge Milking Machine, 2 buckets & pipeline for 8 cows © 2 - Calves, 2 Months old 4 - Heifer Calves, bangs vaccinated. ® 2 - Shorthorn Steers ® 26 Fall Pigs, LTV • 20 Summer Pigs * 10 Gross Bred Sows To Pig Last of March, LTV • 7 Ewes to Lamb in February 1943 MODEL A JOHN DEERE, A-1 2 4-row Quick tach cultivators Manure loader to mount A.C. Tractor 1945 John Deere 490 Planter with fert. attachment. 1955 A-6 Case Combine with pickup, PTO - A-1. 1954 No. 66 New Holland Baler with load shute 1957 Oliver 3-14 Plow wiih brake back bottom. Oliver 2-16 Plow Case Side Delivery Rake 18 ft, IHC Disc. 15 ft. Case Disc. 10 ft. John Deere Disc. 46 ft John Deere Elevator John Deere Overhead Hoist •** »»»» w»^ v ww w wwvw w wwwwwwwwwwwww Machinery 1942 MODEL A JOHN DEERE, A-1 John Deere Speed Jack Cross Cylinder Corn Sheller New Idea tractor Manure Spreader on rubber. 3 rubber tired Trailers 2 Barge boxes - wood 1 Flat Rack 12 foot Marshalltown Field Cultivator on rubber. 4 section flexible harrow Sears and Roebuck 14-inch PTO ham- mermill, A-1. 2 row Rotary Hoe 550 gallon Gas barrel John Deere Seeder with Cart Feed Bunks, Hog waterers and feeders, electric drill, air compressor, big Anvil and vice and other articles too numerous to mention. BUILDINGS Brooder house 12x18 Six Pen hog house, very good Shop Building, 12x12. New Kelley Walk-in Hog Feeder FEED 1200 Bales of Hay —Alfalfa and red clover, clover, 200 Bales • Straw 500 bushel Ames Oats 200 bushel Newton Oats TERMS: CASH. NO PROPERTY REMOVED UNTIL SETTLED FOR NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS AND YUNGEBERG ft COLWELL, Auctioneers FARMERS STATE

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