The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 12, 1959 · Page 11
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Reefer fob. T At The wedding 1 of Sharon Kay Reefer, daughter of Mr and Mrs Chris Reefer and R. Thomas Fridolfson, son of Mr and Mrs Ralph Fridolfson of HUmboldt took place Sunday, Feb. 1st, 2 o'clock at' Trinity -Lutheran church, the Rev. G. J. Gericke of-, ficiating and using the double ring service. ' The bride was attended by her sister Gloria Reefer and the bridegroom's attendant was his brother,. 'Randall Fridolfson. The bride wore a white lace ' over taffeta ballerina length gown and coronet'of lace trimmed with pearls and sequins. Her only jewelry was a pearl necklace, a 'gift of the bridegroom. ' She car- f and MM Jfanford Brock rid iafnlly of Woden and Mr and i M. J. 'ErtihkhSll and family r% Sunday afternoon guests at thf Tony Jandft home. Mr and Mrs Tom Trftnaf y, Ken* fteth Trenary, Mt end Mrs Harold Becker and Doyle Trenary were dinner and supper guests it the Ralfth Dugan home in Sstherville, Sunday. Mr and Mrs George KoesUer and family were Sunday evening visitors at the Louie Riedel home ih Bart, Mr and Mrs Harold Prambach 6f Whittemore visited at the S. R, Parsons home Sunday afternoon, Portland Social Club will meet Thursday afternoon, Feb. 12, at the home of Mrs Harf y Christen sen. Lloyd, Bartlett, Glen Larsen, and W. J. Stewart attended the Trustees meeting at the Donald ftirtgsdorf home. Portland Progress Club will rheet t Thursday afternoon, Feb. 19» at the home-.of Mrs ROSLOC Stewart. ried si bouquet'of whiteV mums around a lavender orchid. Marital music was.provided by Mrs Loren Brown. A reception and lunch was held for a few close friends and relatives at the bride's home fol>- lowing the ceremony., V The new Mrs Fridolfson Was graduated last June and has been employed'at the Algona Produce. Mr Fridolfson attended.the high school in Humboldt. After a brief wedding trip ,to Albert Lea, ,,Minn., and Lake Mills where they visited relatives and friends, the couple are now at home in a trailer house on the Brown Dairy iarrh. (Photo by Missal ..-i UDM Engraving). ! Mrs Zwief ells Hostess For v 4-Corners Club Portland —'The Four Corner Social Club of Portland met.Feb. 3,iatjthe home of Mrs Earl Zwiefel. Mrs W. J. Stewart acted as president in the absence of Mrs Glen Larsen.; Attending were Mesdames Bernard Phelps, Lewis Larsen, Theo. Hike, • Herman Harms, W. J; Stewart, Lloyd Bartlett, Donald Ririgsdorf, Hazel Carroll and Victor Fitch. Mrs Arthur .Hix and Baby Joann of Sexton i and, Leona Haase and Virginia-Moore were guests. Next meeting will be March 3, at the home of.Mrs Victor, Fitch. Mr: and Mrs: Victor Fitch, Korene; and Judy,, Mr and Mrs Ed- Ward Harrrts and family and Mr and Mrs Duane Metzger and boys •were Friday evening- guests at the Arthur Hix home in Sexton. Mrs Dwight Ruse'spent a week visiting her Father and Mother, Mr and Mrs George ,Hix, while the inside of .her home was being redecorated and painted. Mr and Mrs Herbert 'Nelson and family, Mr and Mrs Elwood NelsOn and family, Mr and Mrs Verle Nelson and family,:Mr and Mrs Lewis Larsen and Nancy and, Mrs Minnie Larsen attended the golden wedding anniversary celebration, Sunday afternoon for ,-Mr and Mrs Lewis Hansen at the Methodist church in Blue Earth. Mr-and'Mrs Goodwyn Bergerud •and family were Tuesday evenirig visitors at the Harold , Becker home. Farewells At St. Joe Honor Family Moving Si, Joe — Mr and Mrs Francis Fdndel and family who are moving to a farm two miles west of Whittemore, were given several farewell courtesies the past week. On Friday evening neighbors gathered for a social evening. Five Hundred was played. The neighbors presented the Faridels with a rug.; Attending were Mr and Mrs Hubert O'Brien, Mr and Mrs. Charles Kubuck, Mr and Mrs Hariah Harris, Mr and Mrs Pat Murphy, Mr and Mrs A. C. Berhau, Mr and Mrs Vern Barker, Mrs Mary Capesius and family, Mr^ and Mrs Art Kohlhaas and family and Mr and Mrs Wilfred Schneider and family. Sunday evening friends of Mr and Mrs Francis Fandel gathered for .a social evening. The Fandels were, presented a chenile bedspread.' Attending were Mr and •Mrs Francis Erpelding, Mr ,and Mrs Al Lenertz, Mr and Mrs Norbert Frideres, Mr and Mrs Richard Thul, Mr and Mrs Eugene Kollasch,.Mr and Mrs Sylvester Wagner, Sylvester Erpelding, Raymond and Kenneth Erpelding and Thomas Wagner. Mr and jHfs Larry QiseH, Mr and Mrs Alvin Klein and family and Mr trad Mrs Raymond Kohlhaas arid family were Sunday guests in the Wilfred Kohl- haaahome. Mr and Mrs Francis Illfi and family of Burt and Mr and Mrs Mark Kollasch of Algona were Sunday visitors here in the parental Art Illg home. Sandra Wagner, daughter of Mrs Adeline Wagner, spent the weekend with Mr and Mrs Luke McGuire and Nancy at Burt. Mr ond Mrs Orville Wagner and family and Mrs Adeline Wagner and family were Friday evening visitors in the Luke McGuire home near Burt, Elaine Wagner left op Saturday evening for Milwaukee, Wis. after spending the mid-semester vacation from Marquetto University here with home folks. 'A farewell gathering was held on Saturday evening,' Feb,7, in tho home of her parents, Mr and Mr.? Orville Wagner and family. Attending were Mr and Mrs Nick Reding and Mr and Mrs Bob Red- Ing and family of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Sylvester Wagner and family. Mrs Adeline Wagner and family and Mr *and Mrs Ted Wagner of here. A group of friends and relatives spant Saturday afternoon, Feb. 7, with Mrs Mary Capcsiur. to help her observe her birthday. Swea & Eagle By Mrs Emll Larson Mrs Joe Preston was honored Sunday when her children nnd thoir families brought pot luck dinner nnd spent the day. Mrs Preston's birthday wns Jan. 31, Mr and" Mrs Don Kennedy visited Saturday with Don's father, Mike Kennedy, a pnliont at Holy Family hospital. fiusnn Burgcson hns been home! at tho Roy Burgcsons tho past two \vcoks, ill with measles. Mr nnd Mrs.Kmil Lnrson and Mr and Mrs Walter C. Peterson wore Friday night dinner guests of Mr nnd Mrs Floyd Treat. Mrs Reubin Holcomb wns host- rss nt her home Tuesday afternoon of the fiaclo Ladies Aid. Mr and Mrs Virgil Jensen nnd Lowell visited Sunday nt the home of her brother nnd family. Roy Jacobsons, Winnebago. Mrs Glenn Clark, chairman for Swea Township Polio drive, reports donations of $133.GO. Her helpers were Mrs Dnrrol Newlln, Murjorie Carlson, Francis Torino Vern Johnson, Tom Preston. Annual 4-H Day Set For Mar, 7 Invitntions have gone to 53 Kossuth county 4-H ctubs to b* guests of the Algeria Chnmber of Commerce nnd the local merchants at the annual 4-H day to be held March 1. Thursday, Feb. 12, W9 Afgdft0 (le.) Upp*f ftft Catholic Grade Cage finals The Catholic Grade School Basketball Conference has come to an end. The standings at the end of the season are as follows: St. John's ,.,. St. Benedict's St. Cecelia's St. Joseph's, Bode ..*«.4 St. Michael's .....«i..i St. Joseph's, Wesley ^-0 UDM Claimed* f»a? Orily 12 letters comprise Hawaiian alphabet. Hie Mr Vcrmon Klein spent a few days at home the past week. He is employed by John Brown Trucking Co. out of Miami, Fla. I'HIIIiniliHfllllllllllllllllM Don't Forget Your Valentine! GET HIM OR HER THE GIFT THEY HAVE BEEN WANTING AT Hall-Strahorn Hardware HEART-SHAPED MOLDS S1.0O HEART-SHAPED CAKE PANS .Card parties are bfeing planned during the Lenten ' season following the Sunday evening devotions, begining with Sunday, Feb. 15.,, , Mr and Mrs Harold Becker, hewlyweds, .returned Wednesday evening from a trip through southern and western states. St. Joe 'Trojans Boy's 4-;H club met Jan. 28 with Kenneth Bormann as .host... This .was .Dad's night.: A pot-luck supper, preceded the meeting. A demonstration was given by Nicky Er- As I h-ave decided io quit farming, I will hold a compleitfclpsing out sale of the following described personal property ai my farm located 2>/2 miles north, 3jVt miles west and one-fpurth mile north of Bancroft, or 1 mile east and 3 J /2 miles south of Swea City/on .1 Thursday ^ Feb. 1 SALE TO START AT 12 O'CLOCK. LUNCH WAGON ON THE GROUNDS. 27 Head of Choice Black Angus Cattle 20 head of purebred Black Angus Cows, no pap 9rs; 12 coming with second calf, 8 coming with third calf, will start calving about April 1. All cattle will have^ fresh Bang's Test before the sale. 7 Calves, 2 heifers and 5 steers. , Farm Machinery Case 400 Diesel, '57, wide front end, 13-in, rear tires, Eagle hitch, fluid in tires, power steering heat, plug, Heat Houser, wheel weights, little over 1000 hrs., lights, winterized. This tractor is just as good as new. 4-row Cultivator, 1957, mounts on 400. 1956 Massey-HJirrij'50.Utility, power steering, fluid in tires, good tires, wheel weights, extension power take off, 800 hotirs, Heat Houser, winterized, 1956 Davis Loader, mounts on'M.H. 50, sriow buckets. 1941 Z..VM.M, Tractor with a new ZB motor and Uni- Matic, new radiator just installed^ starter, lights, fluid, <|6od rubber, winterized. 2-row Cultivator 1950 R. M.M. Tractor, starter, lights, fluid in tirss, allr' A-l, Winterized. 2-row Cultivator with hydraulic lift. I.H.C, Endgate Seeder. 19.fr. M.M. Diic, 3 ypars old, 15-ft. John Deere Disc. 12-ft. John Deere Field Cultivator on rubber with 12^ft, Moble Drf?, 4 years .old. Also mechanical lift for Field Cultivator^ Lindsay 4-section Drag with steel even •*. Steel Evener for 4-section Drag. Case Plow on rubber, 4-14, hydraulic plowed only 72 acres, throw awislv lays* Case Plow on rubber. 3-14, 5 years old. Case Plow on rubber, 2-16, 4 years old. I.H,C. Plow on s|eel, 2-14, slat bottom. John Deere Side Rake on rubber, 5 years old, New Idea Trailer-type Mow *r. 4 ..ypars old. New Idea No, 12 Manure Spreader on rubber, A.I. Western Land Roller, 16-ft. New Hea SJtolk Cuiter. 2 years old. John Deere Rotary Hoe 4-row, like new.fl M.M, 8-ft, Windrower, 3'yjars old. Casei No, 6 Combine, with motor. John Deere 4-fi. Elevator, Stanhoist, cradle-iype,-hydraulic speed jac^k. New Idea Running Gear on rubber, 2 vrs old. New Idea Running Gear on Rubber, A-l, Undsey .Running Gear on rilbber, A-l David Bradley Running Gear on rubber, A-l. 36-in. Wagon Box, 4 Wpod Flute Boxes. A-l. 2-wheel Trailer. Hay Rack on rubber tired gear. Bale Rake on rubber tired ge.Hr, M.W; Hammer Mill, 14-in. Dump Rack, IHC New Idea Hay Loader, all steel, Hammond Engage Cutter, New-Way Sprayer on 2-wheel trailer, llQ-cral, tank, drops and hand boom. John D ^er* Qorn Binder, McCormick-Deering 10-in. Burr Mill John Deere 9<ft, Spring Tooth, Three 18.ft, F>e<J Bwnks. 20 Electric Posts, International Electric Fencer new, Parmak Battery Fencer. Post DriV., henw duty. Pride-of-The-Farm Electric Control Combination Hog and Stock Fountain, Norton Ho.q Fesdw. 14 ; ft, Walkin. year old. 12X16 Brooder House, 12X16 Shelter House, good shape, used one y ear. Cljpper HOJ 2 Fanning Mill, Hay Slings. Wayne Compressor, large; n«w % H,P, motor, B.ft, Wooden Tank, LardeS-in. Vise, Two 70-gaL Steel Hog WaterMs. Mailbox,,Saddle. New.FertUisOT Attachment for 2.bottom plow, Two Tractor Umbrellas, Hand Corn Shelter. 25-gal. Buttermilk Sol|d, 75-ft, Sewer Steel,10 ga. Shot Gun, Complete Set. of Cbmbmation Closed and Open End Wrenches, new. Hydraulic Jack, like new. Two Lubricating Grease Pumps, Shaken feeders, waterers, and roa.ny more articles. . , < FEED'-» 350 bales of clover and timothy, 35 tons of Corn Silage, CHICKENS — 150 Yfarling He^s, laying good, , HOUSEHOLD GOODS; 22-inExcello Reel Type Lawn Mower, like new, 22-ft, Chest Type Deep Freezer, one year old, 10 cu. ft. Wwtlnshouse Refrigerator; Living Room Suite and other household items. Picnic Table, 8?fi M new. Large Hammock. Children's Swing. 1951 CHEVROLET 2-dobr with Powergli4«, jusi overhauled* mi Model A Ford, good tires, 1949 Ford V-8 one ton truck, §XlQ-ft, Steel Box, good tires, A' '-1 motor, 'overloads. T Quinn * Yungeberg, Auctioneers. Farmers & Traders Savings Bank, Cierk William £. Fandel Estate's C/osing-Out Farm THE FOLLOWING MORE, IOWA ON' DESCRIBED FARM PROPERTY WILL BE SOLD PUBLIC AUCTION ON THE FARM LOCATED 2i/ 2 MILES WEST OF WHITTE\ SALE STARTS AT 12:30 P.M. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS 1957 IHC 450 Diesel Tractor WITH POWER STEERING, TA AND LPTO, HEAT HOUSER, FLUID IN TIRES, AND WINTERIZED, GOOD AS NEW. IHC 448 4-ROW CULTIVATOR MOUNTS 450 1947 IHC B Farmall Tractor with 238 cultivator power-lift 1955 IHC 2 ME Cornpicker mounted on F20 to be sold as a unit 1955 IHC No. 64 Combine, engine pickup attach. and sorghum head Humboldt loader mounts 450 M or H IHC IS' New Style disc IHC 15' disc IHC 12> Field cultivator IHC 4 row Rotary Hoe, new IHC 20' Drag, steel evener IHC 444 4-row planter with fertilizer attachment New Idea 12A Spreader IHC Spreader Universal Field Sprayer, frontend mount Implement trailer 8 x 12 — dual wheels 1 Flat Rack 2 4-wheel steel running gears 2 Flare boxes, wood 1 - One Wheel Trailer - - -1 - Two Wheeled Trailer 15 foot Spring Tooth 44 foot Crop King Elevator * 6" Grain Auger on Rubber, 30' 3" Grain Auger 16' Disc transport, air compressor, air grease gun, skill saw, electric drill, set of socket wrenches, set of open end wrenches, numerous small tools. 30-gallon electric water heater, chain saw • AND EQUIPMENT ® 28 Brood sows, to farrow first part of March ® 55 Fall Feeder Pigs Q 1 Farmers Hi-bred boar. Equipment — 2 wood hog feeders, 1 15-bushel rftetal hog feeder, 70 gallon Pride of the Farm hog waterer, new; numerous hog troughs. - AND EQUIPMENT - • WELP WHITE LEGHORN HATCHERY FLOCK • CULLED • BLOOD TESTED ZERO TWICE ) Chicken watorers, feeders, roll away nests. ' -• 500 Chick size — Gas brooder stove. WITH 8X12 FOOT BOX ALSO 1950 FORD PICKUP COMBINATION 6X8-FOOT BOX IN BARN 6000 bales Alfalfa and red elover hay, in barn 2 HOUSES 18x32 foot TENANT HOUSE 12x16 foot BROODER HOUSE 2 — CATTLE HAY & FEED BUNKS TO LAMB FIRST OF MAY! TERMS: CASH, NO PROPERTY TO BE REMOVED UNTIL SETTLED FOR! JBPlliHpi ppd ' Ota ' !W& ^^* ™ ^^m . ^^^^^*r QUINN & YUNGEBERG, AUCTIONEERS ' BERTOA ILENE, FARMERS STATE BANK, WHITTEMORE, CLERK

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