The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 19, 1959 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 19, 1959
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6-Algona (la.) Uppar 0«S Thursday, fob. T9, 19S9 Party Honors Devines, Moving To Lot f s Creek Whit!tmor& ~ Mr and Mrs Larry Devine were pleasantly surprised at their home Monday evening of last wrek. when Jieighborg gathered for a farewell party. The Devines will move to the Edwin Millag farm in Ixrtts Creek township which they purchased last fall. Present were Mr and Mrs Sterling Simonson, Mr and Mrs Frank Eisele, Mr and Mrs Raymond Kollasch. Mr and Mrs William Besch, Mr and Mrs George Fandel Jr., Mrs Anita Utters, Mr and Mrs James Dahlhauser and Mr and Mrs Elliott Waldschmitt. The evening was spent playing cards and a lunch, was served. 45th Anniversary A number of friends and neighbors of Mr and Mrs Frank Spilles pleasantly surprised them last week Tuesday evening in honor of their 45lh wedding anniversary which .'was Feb. 3. It wa$ also the eighth wedding anniversary of their son, Mr and Mrs Francis Spilles of Mallard. Among those present were Mrs Clara Thul and-son William, Mr and Mrs John Thul, Mr and Mrs Francis Crotty, Mr and Mrs Frank Burke, Mr and Mrs Larry Devine and Mr and Mrs Arthur Schultz and family. Their son and family were unable to attend due to illness in the family. Mrs Clara Thul presented the honored couple with a decorated wedding cake and the group presented Mr and Mrs Spilles with a silver loving cup. Infant Baptized Mark Joseph, infant s6n of Mr and Mrs Richard Arend, was baptized Sunday in St. Michael's Catholic church. His sponsors were Mr and Mrs Duane Arend of Algona who were also dinner guests in his honor at the Richard Arend home. Ed Parrel Is Hosl Edward Farrell entertained the Pinochle club at his home Monday evening. Leo Walters and Mrs Frank Foley winning high, Fred Kollasch and Mrs William Fandel Sr. won second high, Nick Reding and Mrs Henry Mueller, low, Marion Hyink won the travel prize. . : East & West Club The East and West 500 club met Sunday evening at the horne of Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith, Mr and Mrs Bert Seely winning high and Mr and Mrs Forrest Gilmore low and Mrs Melvin Roeber, travel. 60th Birthday , A number of relatives gathered at the home of Mrs Anna Behnke Sunday afternoon to help Mrs Clara Vaudt, mother of Mrs Behnke, celebrate her 80th birthday. Present were Mr and Mrs August Vaudt, Mf and Mrs LouiS Greincrt, Mr and Mrs Joe Kollasch of here, Clara Vaudt of Estherville and Edward Butler and daughter -Jane of Elmore, Mirin. A son was born to Mr and Mrs Martin Zimmermann Thursday in St. Ann hospital in Algona. They now have three boys and a girl. A daughter was born to Mr and Mrs Henry Ltfuck Jr. They now have twd girls. Mr and Mrs William Lauck were pleasantly surprised last week Sunday in honor of their 37th wedding anniversary. Present were Mr and Mrs Arndld Baas of, Jeffers, Minn., Mr and Mrs Theodore Baas of Westbrook, Minn., Mrs Alvina Schmeling and Mr and Mrs-Carl Block and son Wayne and daughter Sus'an of Windom, Minn,, Mr and Mrs Fritz Gillmann and son James of Estherville, and Mr and 'Mrs Harold Schmeling and daughter b£ here. Mr and' Mrs Albert Bass and daughter Victoria of Algona. Mr and Mrs William Lauck and Mr and Mrs Herbert Potratz and son Dean helped Wilnlar Wichtendahl celebrate his birthday Wednesday evening near Lotts Creek. Mr and Mfs ttiWred Pfeltit and Mr and Mrs Edmuft&Bibert and William (Peanuts) Kollasch left SaWrday for Saft Francisco, WheUr they will visit with relatives, eft* route -home they Will also visit relatives Jn Los Angeles. They will return by March 1st, « St. Paul's Lutheran Ladies Aid met Thursday- afternoon in' the church parlors. Mrs Hermafc Hansert of Cylinder was taken" tip as a new member. Hostesses wefe Mrs Amanda Huhnke, Mrs Frea Ruhnke, Mrs Harry Schmelittjg and Mrs Ruth Schultz. f Mr and Mrs William Meyer Sr 4 , Mr and Mrs' George Meyer, Mr and Mrs Herman voigt, Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, - Mrs" 1 Dora FaUlslich and Mr and Mrs William Roeber were entertaitied at cards Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs Mathilda Mfey- er. Friday dinner guests at the latter's home were Mr and Mrs Emil Bierstedt of Fenton, Mr and Mrs William Meyer Sr,, Mr and Mrs William Roeber, Otto Bell, Mrs Dora Faulstich and Mrs Edwin Gade of here and Robert Bell of Algona? Mr and Mrs Elmer Ruhnke and daughter Je*anette and son Eve^ rett Of Lotts Creek and Mrs Math* ilda Meyer were entertained at pinochle at the Arthur Heidenwith home Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Raymond Voigti Mr and Mrs Paul Potratz and Mr and Mrs Woodrow Russell, attended the wedding of a> sister, jAnitaX Kelly, daughter of Mr and >fe'' Tom Kelley, former Whittemore'', residents, Monday in,iFort Dodge.. ; Robert Jto^&iu 1 sttfgfery sev* ,\ wri, . Mrs. Lloyd Schenck's Closing-Out I will sell the following described farm property at public auction on the farm located -2 miles south and IVi miles west of Burt, or 6 miles north and 114 miles west of Algona Highway Junction Sale Time 1:00 p,m, Murphy's Lunch on Grounds Not-Responsible for Accidents Good Listing of Farm Machinery 1953 WD Allis Chalmers Tractor IN GOOD CONDITION — HEAT HOUSER AND CHAINS 1953 Mounted 3-14" Plow for Above Tractor > 1954 Humboldt Manure Loader with snow bucket for WD tractor \ 2-Row Cultivator for WD Tractor » 1955 Oliver 77 with Hydraulic, A-1 condition Dearborn Combine with Straw spreader, power takeoff, heavy duty canvasses, A-l condition. John Deere 46-ft. Elevator, wide type. ' Stan Hoist, platform hoist with 3 h.p. Elec. motor 150 ft. 220 heavy duty extension wire and switch stand. 1954 7-ft. Case Mower, 16-ff. Nozzle Speedy Weed Sprayer, mounted. Model H John, Deere spreader, A-l condition. 15-ft. John Deere disc. 12-ft. Oliver Spring tooth, used 2 seasons 24-ft. John Deere 4 section flexible drag with steel folding evener, 2 years old. 4-Row Oliver Corn Planter with fert. used 2 seasons New Idea'Corn picker with side elevator 2-16" Case plow 6n rubber Endgate seeder , , 2 New Idea running gears on rubber Electric running gear on rubber Steel Flare Box Wood Flare Box Bale Rack - ,: < < New Idea Side Delivery rake MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Continental Gas Engine with clutch • 15 HP. Bale Forks Cattle Oiler * Air Compressor, Electric grinder and Electric drill Jerry Sickle mower, Al condition 50 gallon hog waterer 5-ft. Water Tank, 1 year old Automatic Waterer, 1 year old Oil Burning Tank Heater Coal burning tank heater 300 Gallon Gas Barrel, hose and stand 2 — 5-gallon Electric chicken waterers 1 Metal Chicken Nest M»ny Farm Tools and other articles • too numerous to, mention, ' . + 20-ft. Hay Feed Bunk, Like New + 5 Sheep Bunks 16 FEET + 1 Small Building • SCREENED CHICKEN SUNPORCH WITH FEEDERS ON SIDE frwwwwwww^^ TERMS: CASH. No Property To Be Removed Until Settled For nd YUNCEBERG, tyctipntf rs ENCK IOWA STATE BANK, Algona, Clerk AS I AM GOING TO DISCONTINUE FARMING; I WILL SELL THE FdLLOVyiNG DESCRIBED PERSONAL PROPERTY TO THfe HIGHEST BIDDER AT THE FARM LOCATED 4 MILES. SOUTH; 1J4 MILES WEST OF ALGONA, OR J Mr MILES WEST OF THE, IRVINGTQN CORNER ON ,.* • -.-.-• , . ^Jf i^^^^i ^Ui ', , ijgjt ^^y§ /Feb. 21 LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS * 32 SHORTHORN-HEREFORD CATTLE 32 1 - BRINDLE FAMILY COW, 5 years old. Just fresh with calf at side. 8 - SHORTHORN - HEREFORD COWS. Just fresh With calves at side. 3 - SHORTHORN -HEREFORD COWS. To be fresh by sale day. 5 - YEARLING STEERS, 650 to 700 IBS. * 6 - YEARLING HEIFERS, 600 to 700 J.BS. These cows are Bangs vaccinated and one Bangs tested in last 30 days. ' 15 HEAD FEECflER NOfe^ iVs LB., VACCINATED MACHINERY 1947 I.H.C. Farmall > ' S» 1937 F-20 , 24 I.H.C. 2-row com picker. 15 ft. John Deere Disc. , Lindsey 4-section drag — like new. I.H.C. 440 corn planter, 1953. I.H.C. 2-14" plow. Yetters like new. 11 ft. Marshalltown field cultivator. New Idea side delivery rake, like new. I.H.C. 2-row cultivator. , Mc-D. 8 ft. binder. 6 ft. I.H.C. horse mower. SEVERAL MOTORS AND MANY V - u '• . H. tractor. Just overhauled and in. good shape, i. . 40 ft. Ottawa elevator 200 I.H.C. tractor manure spreader. • , Wood flare box.' ,.._,< ( > - Straight wagon box on steel wheel wagon. 4-wheel farm trailer in good condition. ' •' • Flat rack*.;, -\-"",••", ' , - •• Oil burner tank heater. "_ I.H.C. Endgate seeder, used very little. v," 300 gallon gas barrel and hose. • Koner 11- ft. spring tooth. \ . Steel tank with built-in hog waterer. ARTICLES Td NUMEROUS TO MENTION. 300 BALES ALFALFA and CLOVER HAY IN BARN TERMS: CASH, or Make Arrangements Before Sale Not Responsible For Accidents PAT MURPHY, Owner .Colwell and Quinn, Auctioneers : | Iowa, State • Bank, Algona, Clerk Irving Burris Closing-Out Public Farm UCT I WILL SELL THE FOLLOWING FARM MACHINERY AT PUBLIC AUCTION ON THE FARM LOCATED 4 MILES I NORTH, 1V4 EAST AND 1 MILE NORTH OF THE ALGONA HIWAY JUNCTION 169-18, OR ft MILE EAST AND 4 MILES SOUTH OF BURT ON BLACKTOP, ON ... SALE STARTS AT 1:00 P.M. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS MACHINERY 1946 A John Deere Tractor, with starter, lights, fluid in tires, just overhauled and good rubber. 4-row John Deere cultivator, mounts the A Tractor. 1937 A John Deere No. 66 AC Combine PTO straw chopper, pickup, used 2 seasons, A-i John Deere 490 corn planter with f ert. on steel John Deere 15 ft. disc John Deere 4 section lever drag, folding steel evener, 3 yr, old IHC No, 200 spreader on rubber IHC Endgate seeder 48 ft, Crop King Elevator fc *9!51 John Deere No. 226 Picker ifr John Deere 3-14" Trus frame plow • John Deere 2-16" Trus frame plow • Set 12 x 38 tractor chains • Overhead Hoist • 2 John Deere running gears, good tires, 3 JT% old ; ' • 2 Steel flare boxes with wood floors, 3yr.old, A-l • Steel wheel running gear and hay rack • IHC 12 ft, field cultivator • 550 gal. gas barrel, hose and stand • 5 ft, Case horse mower • John Deere spreader on steel • Hog trough^, gas barrels, chicken feeders and other articles too numerous to mention TERMS; CASH! No Property To Be Removed Until Settled For Quinn and Yungeberg, Auctioneers £** «*V wv- ...„, . f«» Farmer's State Bunk, Kanawha, clerk

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