The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 22, 1959 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 22, 1959
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• H s College Choir To ,f h6 Motniagside college choir will appear in the Altrotia High school audiidtium neJct Tuesday, Jan, 27, at 11320 The 39-member choir will -present a concert of sacred and popular, music under the direction of Dr. James Wood. , TJtiej, appearance t here will be one of 19 concerts in this area during an eight-day tour. A string qliartet will accompany the choir and assist in tha concerts. Dr. Wood is well known as a rising cocv posef Who has seven published works to his credit so far. b ____ - _ Farewell & Housewarming Parties In St. Joe Area St. Joe -*- Mr and ( Mis Petei Zeitnet have purchased a home in Livermore and plan to move from, their farm here the fu-sl week 'in , February. On Friday evening their neighbors here gave them a surprise farewell paity ahd presented them with an electric coffee maker. The evening was spent at card* and socially with lunch bt ought by the guests. Mrs Ray Zeimel and Mrs Nick Bormann received the prizes in Five Hundred, Attending were Mr and Mrs Nick Bormann and Bill, Mr and Mrs John Berte and Bob, Mr and Mrs Joseph Becker, Mr and Mis Eugene Thul, Mr and Mrs Richard Thul, Mr and Mrs Paul Erpelding and Jerome, Mr and Mis Peter Becker, Maurice and Art Mr and Mrs Harold Thul, Mr and Mrs Henry Zeimet and Ronald, Mr arid Mrs Ray Zeimet, Mr and Mrs Roger Thul and Ralph Bormann. Return To Texas Adolph Fuhrmann from' Gainesville, Texas, Henry Fuhimann, Mr and Mrs Gilbert Endics and "Mrs Robert Bayet at! frfitn Mufistet, Texas, left here m Monday for their homes, having been called here bj- the death of Math Faber, Mrs Falser is a sister o! Henry and Adolph Fuhis itsann, and an aunt of Mrs Endres and Mrs Bayer. Houaewarmingr Sutptise Mr and Mrs Notbert Fridors were given a sitfpf>s6 housewarm- Sng party in their home in Livermore on Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Friders and family moved the latter part of December from the John Friders Estate farm, purchased by Nicholas Weydert. to Livermore where they now own and operate the former Sege'r Lockers. » They were presented a gift from their neighbors. The fve- nihg was spent at cards and socially with lunch brought by the guests. Five Hundred was played at six tables with Mrs Ed Bormann and Orville Wagner receiving high and Mrs Orville Wagnei and John Capcsius receiving low Attending the gathcilng were Mr and Mrs Orville Wagner, Mr and Mrs Tony Weydert, Mr and! Mrs Delmer Plathe, Mr and Mrs Ed Bormann. Mr and Mrs Hay Thilges, Mr and Mrs Peter Tted- mg, Mr and Mrs John Caposius, Mr and Mrs Al Lenertz, Mr nnd Mrs.Willie Thilges, Mr and Mrs Sylvester Wagner, Mrs Adeline Wagner,, Adolph Fuhrmann and Al Dahlhauser. Charles John Kayser,. infant son. of Mr and Mrs Herbert Kayser, born Jan. 7, was baptized on Sunday in St. Joseph's Church by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher with Mrs ISTorbert Thilges and Robert Kayser as sponsors. Jan. 1?, River^ale Rusttefi Unit 1 l met. Judy Wafner, Alice Reding and Ruth Arm Ketlnet jjnve demonstrations. * PictuH Study talks were glvori by Mary Illg, Ruth Ann Klein, Kriatine Plathe nnd Mary Lou Wagnef. Lunch was served by Jnnnette Ferstl, Jnnn and Patty Reding, Riverdale Rustlers Unit 11 441 also met Jan. ll Jeattette Kell- ncr gave a demonstration and tnlks were given by Karen Illg, Lois Efpelditig nnd Mary Lou Gales. Lunch was served by Jannette Fersll, Patty and Joan Roding. Mr and Mrs Henry Thilges and sons are visiting with Mrs Thil* g«' relatives in western Nebrns ka. Jake Thilges is attending to their farm duties. Mr and Mrs Art Illg of hero and Mr and Mrs Ray Becker from Wesley are on a trip through southern and eastern States. They plan to return home in two weeks. . Mr nnd Mrs Roger Thul entertained in their home on Sunday with dinner and supper, guests. Mr and Mrs Ed Bcsch and family of Whitlcmore were Saturday evening visitors in the Orville Wagner home. Mrs Mnry Reding, mother of'Mrs Besch and Mrs Wagner, is convalescing at dhe Wngner home since "last Thursday when she fell and fractured her right wrist. Mrs Reding slipped on the ice on her way home from visiting a neighbor, n short distance from her home. Margaret Erpeldlng, 5 year- 6td daughter of tit aftd Mrs Al* fin Erpelding. was Id have he* onfllls and adenoids removed in 5t Joseph's Mercy hospital Ift ?ort Dodge on Wednesday, Mr and Mrs James Doaksi nnd Ahitn Sue of Vincent were Sun* lay guests in the George Wagner dome hero. The Doaka were former residents here, Mr and Mrs Nick Ileding of Whlttemore and Mr and Mrs Franklin Wagner of Irvington were Sunday evening visitors in the George Wagner home. Tfiuriday, Jan. 41, flit , Al0ofio (to) nuptial SENECA NEWS Tho Seneca Modern Mixers club entertained their husbands at p barty held at the Everett Witham nome Wednesday evening. Otho guests included Mr Fred Wien berger and Mr and Mrs Elmc William. Mrs John Johanncsen was the honored birthday mem bor, Co-hostesses included Mr John Johannescn, Mrs Roy Hinz Mrs Robert Burl, Mrs Herbert Krause, Mrs Gerald Jenta and Mrs Myron Spear. Mr nnd Mrs Everett Witham attended funeral services for Ray Bell held at Humboldt, Thursday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Calvin Vaudt and family and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Johnson and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Irvin Johnson home. The occasion was the observance of Mrs Kenneth Johnson's birthday anniversary. Mr and Mrs Roy Witham of Clear Lake were last Sunday guests at tho Everett Witham loine, •. • . . -.. • .-..-. „.>*•.- • - ftoMift,fteiW«r!eft«! honored at & •;$ shower held lot _„. „ afternoon at th*l,Sf. John's Hall at Bancroft, v -. Seneeant Jrt attendance iii addition to honored guest's wiothef and sisters included Mrs Witham and Mrs Alfred and Alyce. Mr and Mrs Calvin Vaudt hid their infant daughter Glenda Kae batjtiMd at the Luthetart church nt Fenton last Sunday with the Rev. W. H. friedfich officiating, Sponsors were Kenneth Johnson and Mrs Dofialt iMorrow of Indianola, Iowa, In honcsr of the occasion Mr and Mrs Vaudt entertained at dinner &t their home., Guests Included the grandparents, Mr and Mrs Irvift Johnson, also Mr and Mrs Kenneth Johnson and family and Mr and Mrs Donald Morrow and family and Mr and Mrs Donald Morrow and family, Mr and Mrs John Johannescn cntbrtained at dinner Sunday, Guests included Mr and Mrs Glenn Krueger and John of Fairmont, Minn., and Mr and Mrs Morris Johanncsen and daughters of Swea City. The Blakjer W.M.F, will .meet Thursday afternoon at the church parlors. Pastor Blockhus will present the Bible study and the Department of Charities will be presented by Mrs Ted Jensen. Hostesses will be Mrs Fred Johannesen and Mrs Julian Cher- its, register cat tjesh register rolfi MOiMB Ptlfe, SALAD DRESSING Bad taste is just bad education, invite you ogam "^ r,£ ^Hr s* M Jr^k Ur^ AT 7:15 P.M. AT 1:15 P.M. JOHN GOLWITZER'S CLOSING-OUT FARM Having deeded W|^yit^rqrtfhg> 1 will sell the following property at tho farm located 6'/ 2 miles south of Algona, on ilghway V69; or$v£ nMlos (.north of St. Joe ON Sale begins aft 12:30 p.m. Not Responsible for teidenfs Manure Loader, mounts either tractor 0 John Deere overhead hoist, speed jack « 2 -- No. 52 John Deere Plows, 2-14s on (^ IBC Binder, converted to windrower rubber © Case Hammermill 1952 4-section Harrow, with steel fold- ^ John Deere Side Rake ing evener ® John Deere 6 ft. Horse Mower, on 15 Ft. Kelley-Ryan Disc rubber 10 Ft. John Deere Spring Tooth © 2 - Running Gears, on rubber 1952 John Deere Corn Planter on rub- | 2 - Good Wood Flare Boxes OQA © Two-wheel Trailer "%" '. „ ' . , © IHC Endgate Seeder Woods Bros. Cornpicker @ Manure spreader on steel 1952 Case Combine, 5 ft. PTO and @ A i sp i ots o f small tools ' '' • ' ! spike tooth, A-l © 12 ft. Feed Bunk 1S52 34-ft. Little Giant, wide type © Some Household Goods ' Consigned by Sandven Chemical Co.: 2 Now Noble DDT Applicators, 1 T40.06 Gravity...' . p| ow , 1 T458 Chain Driven. Consigned by Tony Becker: 8x24-foot Brooder House. 2 TRACTORS 1952 "B" John Deere, roll-o-matic, hydraulic system, lights, starter, good rubber, A-1 two-row quick-tach Cultivator 8 HEAD pF CATTLE^ ® t-Gusrnsey Cow, bangs tested 1 0 2-White-faced Cows, bangs tested, • (One to freshen in March/ two calves* by side). Ipl ,:' 9 2-Yearling Heifers, open and bangs tested. ] •' 1-Yearling Steer A-1, 2-row cultivator. removed until TERMS: Cash, No properly to , > ,v . 's.\:'.' n if t i:u* Moore & Yungeberg* fluctioneeri

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