The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 12, 1959 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 12, 1959
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lf-^ ;/,V : ^ftW; '••-,. *;*•' "'•• FUNERALCHAPEL ' Fentbn, Ibwd Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Ambulance Strvte* Reliable 24 Hour •T <>'",' Funerals May Be Referred To Us - ^i^tdjifi^e.'.; f JWNdSTfib; 21001 >.;;"-...v",.-r.;-', 21006 '' 'Vft/'Ttf»216 Seneca, Are At A Farewell Elsbeclcef wsrt* htfttttffej. at a farewell f&fty By ff leads and neighbors. Enjoying the courtesy were Mr aild Mrs Frank MeytsfS, Vtr and Mrs Paul Bernhard, Etobert Wilberf, Mr and Mrs Ritesel Jenseft, Mr afld Mrs t Rog- ef Jensen* Mr and Mrs R,oy Jensen t Otto R, Jensen, IDitia Jensen, Mtf and Mrs .Woodrw Ktacht, Mr" and Mrs*, fieteaf Fischer, Al- beft Klein. Theresa Stetflug, ,Mr arid Mrs Hugh Walsh, Mr and Mr"s Lawrence Walsh, Mr and Mrs Dick O'Donnell, Mr and Mrs Bernard O'Donnell, Mr and Mrs Fred Dransffeld, . Mr and Mrs Dennis Elsbecker, Algonaj Mr and Mrs Fred Kadow, Bancroft; Mr and Mrs Marvin Leigh, Algona; Mr and Mrs Donald Elsbecker Rutland and Mr and Mrs John Elsbecker. The evening, was spent playing ''600" after-'which the self- invited guests served the refreshments. • "Mr j and Mrs Elsbtecker were presented with a purse of money as a farewell remembrance from the group. v They will be retiring from farming and will locate at Ban croft. The John Elsbeckers will take Modern eltitr'elitertaihed their husbands ttfjtf-jtaft? :at thrCecil Anderson Vfotne Wednesday evening. Hostesses included Mrs Lyle England, .Mrs Ted Jensen, Mrs Jefald Jefrts, Mrs Fred Johannesen, , MrsJEtfei-ett Witham, Mrs Calvin tfatidt and Mrs jobft. FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY INSURANCE • FENTON, IA, ' GERALD VOIGT THE FRIENDLY TAVERN . Invites You To. Fentbn WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE, NEW IDEA and GEHL EQUIPMENT Bus. Phone 3 Res. .Rhone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE'4 25 or \7 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN'S • ii' it -.' '> i . ';• GARAGE 'Auto & Tractor Repairs FENTON, I A. , t LLOYD M. BERKLAND Licensed, Real Estate Broker ' u, -i'7-tA n ^ Auction Service Phone 803 " v ' & Iowa made pfeh* lof tday for AlionX ! *"H Uay on March 7. Thf gMi|> toted td •vfrear their 4-H tmtt^WM td School oft Monday, March a. Bonnie Crouch gave a cte«ttcHftStrMton «nd tterothy Pctetstt'h IM f dls*tissiori. Lois Wilborg conducted the pic- ure study. Mrs Martin Wilberg was the guest mother. Mary England reported the dub news. Miss MWilyn Taylor o! fort dge has been visiting the past two weeks at , the Woodrow Kf acht Howe. , Mr and Mrs Jafn6s Osborn of Minneapolis wero weekend gucats at the Charles Osborn home, f and Mrs Myron Speer spent weekend at the home of his sister and family at Fonda, Iowa. . Mr and Mrs Myron Speer and family Were Friday evening dinner guests at the Charles Osborn home. Mr and Mrs Everett .Wilham were co-hosts for the Thursday club mertibers and their husbands at a "500" party at , their home Friday evening. High prizes were won by John Struecker and Mrs Joe" Crowley, Clarence Mens and Mrs Woodrow Kracht woi low prizes and Mrs Paul Hassell travel prize.. • Mr 'and Mrs Henry Looft me their daughter-in-law ^and grand son, Mrs Jack Lo'oft and Tommj f Iowa City at dinner at the Mr Bertha Pommer home at Algona hursday.' Also present was Mra _lmer Hortsman of Britt. Mrs Sertha Pommer is Tommy Looft's , reat grandmother. Mr and Mrs-John Jqhannesen and Ronnie were Sunday dinner ;uests at the Morris • Jqhannesen home near Swea City. Other Uests included Mr and Mrs Glenn iUeger and s John Of Fairmont, Vlinn. Mr and Mrs John' Gramenz of enton were'.Wednesday evening dinner guests at ' the- August kelson home. Mr and Mrs.Calvin Vaudt and Mr and Mrs John ^ruecker Were guests of the Eldon Browns at a card party held at their home Wednesday evening. The Seneca Homemakers enjoyed" a vegetable cookery meeting at the -home of Mrs John Johannesen Wednesday. The group was told ' of« a Kossuth County- Farm, Bureau Woman's group who is planning a trip to Des:.Moines in March. Members in attendance included Mrs ..Anne Presthus and Mrs'Martin Wilberg, who- had charge of the'lesson; Mrs Everett Witham, Mrs Wo.odrow Kracht/Mrs Robert Fbrtney, 1 Mrs Charles .Osborn,, Theresa Stelflug, and Mrs Henry Looft. Guests included Marilyn Taylor and Mrs Morris Johannesen. ; •• Bonnie Crouch was; hostess to the: Sene'ca Stars 4-H club at her home Monday .evening, Fetr. 2i They made plans to holxi a- "Dad's Ivright" ' party," Fefa". 20 a't! '7S:30 r at the ' Seneca -School. They also Shower Honors Lone Rock Girl To Wed Feb. 14 and James (Jake) Petlit left Tuesday mofnihg fat .JNew Orleans, to attend tn6 Mflrdl Qf< They exp&f'td be gone about week. Mr nnd Mrs Stephen Mollc nnrt children of Jefferson were callers at the home of Mrs Florence Sch- rndcr Tuesday evening. Mrs Mollo was the former Betty Benson and taught Home Economics at the Lone Rock High School »bout six years ago. The Brownie Girl Scouts mot »t the home of their leader, Mrs Doris Householder, Friday nfter- loon. Linda Knoll had charge of the lunch. The Kerr-Hammerstfom Unit.of ho Ladies Auxiliary met Wednesday night, with fourteen members present. Report's were given by Mary Flaig and Rosalia O'Doli- noll on the conference they attended at Des Moines. Lunch was served by Rose Kraft and Mrs Bud Kleppcr. Mr and Mrs Dennis Priebc nre proud parents oC a new baby daughter, born Wednesday morning at the Esthervllle hospital. She wegihed 6 Ibs. 8 02. She has a ! brother, Bnrry to welcome her. The proud grandparents are Mi and Mrs Eldin Mnrlow and Mr und Mrs Art Pricb'e. • The U.P*W. met Thursday at the Presbyterian Church with 30 present and four visitors. Devotions were by Mrs Art'Person and the lesson was given by Mrs Emma Hurlburt with Ruth Kruc :(*er, Donna Hurlburt and Neva Algorta Her.) UpfHir fihjtsef on the panel, wore Mesdames Walter Thom|»* Richard Fox* George Long, Thtmdoy, Feb. <•-•<• •-» HORMEL ° oott Lone Rock — Wanda Schradei was honored with a miscellaneous shower, Tuesday, at the Presbyterian church parlors.. A game of "Keep Talking" was played with Lucille Seegebarth and Julia Ann Jackson; Bertha Newbrpugh, and Pauline Flaig as panelist'. A game ,was won by Fern .Wetzel and Florence Schroeder. Darlene Long, Marlene Black, Mrs LeRoy Schrader and Mary Helen Black assisted the bride tp with her gifts. Marlene Black also' had charge of the guesi book. The hostesses were Mesdames Alt Krueger, Jim Long, Georg.e Kissner,, George Long, Fred Schmidt, Marvin Marlow, Glen Householder, Laurence Dittmer, Art Zumach, Wilmer Wickten- dah.1, Ernest Jensen, Woodrow Pettit, Louis Berninghaus, Fred Dransfeldt, Don Houck,'Lawrence Newbrough, Edward Ohm, Bud Lee, Jesse Blanchard, Harlan Blanchard, Rose Kraft, Edward Blanchard arid Durwopd McArthur. Miss Schrader will be married to Lanny Farmer the 14th o: Feb. • ,. , •To Mardi Gras • Vr Kenneth Flaig, WiUard Ohm S P E E R COMPLETE CLOSING OUT S PEER A U Sale to be held on the farm located two miles east and five and Vt miles north of Fenton or % mile' south of Seneca or eight miles west and-% mile south of'Bancroft on •, POSTPONED FROM FEB. 10 214 miles V2 south. west Algona, Vs west LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS aims i Sale Starts at 1:00 Sharp MACHINERY International B Tractor Two row cultivator to fit above International F20 tractor Farrnall 1938 1953-448 International four row cultivator with mountings to fit a M or F20 tractors. Char Lynn hydraulic pump & cylinder with long hose quick tach coupling, mounts for F-20 and B A-6 Case combine 1 with new canvas Allis Chalmers 15- disc . 10' grain drill ' Marshalltown springiooth < Four section drag harrow- Road drag v - , Buzz saw ''.,', ' . , 14" John Deere • hammermill (belt and screens) LIVESTOCK EQUIPMENT 16' V type hay bunk Three 14' feed bunks (new) 125 bu, cap. hpg. feeder 50 bu. cap. hog feeder ' ,••• Hog panels 8', 10' 12' 14' Eight farrowing stalls (new) . 35-Six foot steel posts 80-Rods woven wire Electric fencer and wire 3' X 8' stock tank 2' X 6' stock lank 2' X 6' stock tank, wiih hog waierer ' . 2' X 4' stock tank. Thieman 3 bu, cap; lank heater Two hog troughs '(v^opd) Cement hog troughs QjbicJsen feeders an<^ waterers and 1953-International 4 row corn planter (on rubber) with fertilizer attachments International 2-16" plow on rubber ' ' „ ' John Deere 7'iracior mower John Deere Side delivery rake John Deere 36' elevator, hoist and cradle John Deerp manure spreader )' ' , ' Two four wheeled trailers with flare boxes ' Two wheeled trailer with rack . . ' • . . Hay rack SHOP EQUIPMENT J25 amp; welder (box W rods, forge with motor) Ga» bawels Grease and Grease guns •Vise Anvil - • Saws Bolts Auger and bits Csrqw bars, axe, forks, hay fork, scoops Wrenches, twine, pesthole diggers, • Sjeel'poa^t drivers, pulleys, belts, 3.log chains ' Grinder with motor on stand * Some traps . Pump Jack HOUSEHOLD GOODS Combination Gas and wood kitchen range Coleman oil burner with fan 55,000 B.T.U, ;,..,y j- 111 • . .' • BUILDINGS BRQOPER HOUSE POULTRY RANQI HOUSE FEED 1,000 BALES OF HAY (REP CLOVER AND ALFALFA) V , 500 BALES OF HAY (ALFALFA) ', , f 200 BALES STUBLE CLIPPINGS * .the .^^Y®. boy and stuble clippings are in the barn TEflMSs AIJ0TJPN IN CASE QF ACCIDENTS $E * R Cl Wf ww. S.'P ££ >vd ; Beiklandi ' , ! F»»t T?«8t and Sayings Trust and Sayings Bank, Fenton, Clerk 1953 New Holland Field Cptter, com and hay head. 1953 A.C. Forage Blower with power winch. Two Forage Boxes with false endgates. New Idea Spreader. One Two Wheel 8-14 Implement trailer, with tilt bed One Four Wheel (rubber) trailer, with flare box. Massey Harris Combine, 7 foot clipper. M & M 2-row pull corn picker. I.H.C. No. 35 Mower. I.H.C. Manure Loader. Easy Flow Fertilizer Spreader, 10 ft. Blue Fertilizer Side Dresser for 4-row Cultivator. I.H.C. Spring Tooth Harrow, 11 ft. tractor. Brady Cornstalk cutter. Western Land Roller. 550 Gallon Gas Barrel with stand, hose and nozzle. I.H.C. 16ft. Grain Binder windrower. John Deere Endgate Seeder. Booster Buck. Century Mounted Sprayer. 1949 Fovd V 2 T. Pick-up, 4 Speed Transmission f win "• ' ^* _ . 2—12X18 Hog houses, in good shape. 1—12X18 Brooder house. 1—12X16 Brooder house, in good shape. 1—Feed shed on spreader running gear., 1-10X10 Norton Feeder. Head of TERMS; Usual Auction Terms. All Goods Must Be Settled For Before Removed Frorrtj Sale Grounds. Cash, or Make Arranaements With Your Banker. „' ' . Arrangements With Your Banker. Not Responsible, For Accidents, Should Arty Occur.., •>B , ' ' - j, f lee Colv/ell, Ayftioneer

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