The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 5, 1959 · Page 22
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 5, 1959
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Thursday, the Batgemans were also surprised when their neighbors gathered at their home for fvl A R C H SPECIAL Safe, blad«i rolatt, or* REGUIARIY NOW ONLY Deluxe Mouli Food Chopper , \ „ * HI H^ Serve 99^1 1 Original 8wt« design, U.S.-made, with automatic rotat-- ing blade*, Easy to WM * ji {u«t tap It. Perfect chopper for wgttablev •eats, cheese, nuts. CULLEN HARDWARE ALGONA a farewell party whit*h Included Mf and Mrs Norman Lane, Mr and Mrs Fred Koliasch, Mr and Mrs Ernest Meyer, Mr and Mrs Alvin Meyer, Mr and Mrs Frank Spilles, Mr and Mrs William Hanover Jfr., Mr and Mrs Cecil Bju^trom, John Simpson, Mr and Mrs Wallace Simpson, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Meyer, Mr and Mrs Alfred Meyer, Mr and Mrs Cletua Derner and^Mr and Mrs Richard Arend.. Mr and Mrs Balgeman were presented with a cash gift. Mr and Mrs Balgeman vacated the Erwin Siems farm two miles east of Whittemore, Thursday and. moved to a farm which they purchased south of Lyle, Minn. Movo To Dm Moines f Mr ahd Mrs Duane Dau moved to Des Moines, Sunday where Mr Dau is employed with a floor covering company. He was formerly employed in Algona doing floor covering with linoleum and tile. The Daus vacated the tenant house on the Joe Reding farm northeast of Whittemore. Farewell Courtesy Relatives and neighbors honor,ed Mrs William Fandel Jr. Sunday evening at a farewell party at her home. Due to the tragic death in an auto accident Christmas eve when her husband was killed, she had retired from tho farm. Five Hundred was played, William Fandel Sr., and Mrs Ileen Fandel winning high. Mrs Fandel and children moved to Emmetsburg Monday. 'The American Legion served the dinner in the Legion hall to the movers and helpers.. March 1 Moves Mr and Mrs , William Bleuer moved their family and household to the small acreage in the southwest part of town, .the former home of- the", late .John Monarch, which they-! purchased recently. .Thej/ vacated the Keene tenant house. Mr and Mrs Ray Betts va'c'ated .the place now owned by Mr Bleuer and moved (to the Paul Urich, apartment which was vacated by Mr and Mrs Jerome Besch, who moved to the Keene tenant. house. All moved Sunday. ' Mr and Mrs Mike family spent Sunday at ihe,'fwt** ental home of Mr afto Mrs Ffanfe Kollasch here, • , ' ,' Mr and Mrs LawWtee ftfcfefife and family of Wofthittgt6ft, Mihft, spent the weekend hef§ s at the parental home of Mr* Theodoife Keen. Sunday visitors jet * tfte Keene home were Mr and Mrs Robert Hanley and family of Minneapolis. March Moves Begin lit Area At Bancroft Bancroft — Movers In this vicihity arc the Arnold Dietering family to the Kenneth Ditswortfi residence, Joe Bauer to the farrti where Mr Dietering lived, Johijf Bauer from the Ditsworth residence to the Joe Bauer "residence, Mr and Mrs Leo Nurre to Whit" temore where Mr Nurre is in bus* iness, Mr Carpenter family of Emmetsburg moved to the Nuflre residence. Mr Carpenter is man* ager of the bowling-alley. Mrs Gordon Dudding and children to the home of hier brother, John," east of town. Eugene Nemmers and family to the Ditsworth home where the Meyers family lived who are now living in Fenton. Mr and Mrs Elsbecker of Lone Rock have purchased the' Smjth residence and their, son Jim will move to their farm. Hospital-News Mary Sheridan is a patient "ai University hospital, Iowa City 'or medical treatment. ' Mrs Mary Dolan is- a patien at Iowa City hospital' where she Id* * check tn»., -Heft at John Kem«a left ..." Ksnias Gftyrfoir a . _.. With relatives. lMt# ftancls Foth received word Wednesday of the death df ^ther Richard .Mete, of Ktngsted who suffered a heatt attack. Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Monday at the Presfaytei-- i*h church in Armstroxig. , whn katels received wotd of <Ae death of his brothet Andrew •els at Granada ftfesday. whete lived with a daughter, Fu» ieral service were held thete Jjl'iday. Mr and Mrs John Karek attd family attended funeral <se: vices. to Construct New 108,000 Bu. Bin -iii;« OUR DUM HARDWARE STORE THE FAMILY STORE THAT'S FUN TO SHOP ' " ' Holstein Cattle UCTION 1 will sell the following personal property at Public Auction at my farm located: 2 miles south and one-fourth mile west of Fenton; or 7 miles north and one-fourth mile west of Whittemore junction of Highways 44 and 18, on } v * , • i * Saturday, March 7 Sale To Start At 1 O'clock Murphy's Lunch Wagon on the Grounds 100 Head of Holsteins 15 first calf Heifers, weight 1050 to 1300 Ibs., to start calving about March 15. Bred to Purebred Holstein Bull. 23 open Heifers, 10 months old. 10 Heifers, 8 months old. 20 Heifers, 6 months old. 20 Heifers, 4 to 5 months old. Open Heifers Guaranteed Open. Robert Mitchell will sell 12 Holstein Heifers on this sale that will start to freshen in August. > All cattle are Calfhood Bang's Vaccinated and T.B. Tested in past 30 days, Brown Shetland Pony, 41 in, tall, 4 years old and a real gentle pony for children, , «*••>*_.. ^ * Farm Machinery, Etc. >*J954 Allis-Chalmers 4-row Cultivator mounts W.D, and W.D. 45. '!!;&' .Aluminum' RUhlirte Boat, just 2 years, old, Tee-Nee Boat Trailer, 2 years qld. 18 H.P, Johnson outboard motor, new In fJlMlie; 1958, Used less than 25 hours, >»;'<, :v V ^ »,>.-•'' , V TEII!4S! CASH pr make arrangements with your banker before the "?'property fc- be rernpved frpirj pjrem}$e$ until settled for in for accidents should any occur, Irvinglori —« The Irvlngton op Elevator Qo. will soon erect a 3firge quonset for corn storage oft the site of the discarded' 1 istock here. Building 'Will, be 240 Jeet loftg with a capacity 6^108, 000 bushels. . ' ' " f, t> ^ - * * ^ * 6uys C, & M,W. D*poi , . 1 Harold Nielson of LuVerne'h'as purchased .the C. &'tt.W. ,Ry depot here and will move''it .to one of his farms near' LuVerrife 0ome repairs will be made .anc building will be used for a hous'e '* Mr and Mrs Lee YanderWaa' sahd children of-Iowa-City', were "Sunday guests at the llee Calwel home. 1 , Karen Seller ,was hostess to the "IrvingtOn Ideals last week. Gues 'mothers were Mrs Wayne Wick . Next meeting -will be March 2i With 3a% Fr^^-ei.'.' ''' / , , V-; .Mrs Chris Gales spent last wfrefe the *6d jM6re Kortseaiai.rofl dg6 caring for their- children during absence oi their- Who wefe idditifll ,^&k Ghitagd, 111. ^ * Mr and Mr* ,tte^niafi . and son Hpnald, spent last «ndi 6t Clitttdft, -with daugftteriS Jean dttfl Jdaiiwho -attend Si 'lare Collefe the!*, ! - • Le<rl5ote of Kttapt*. Wfe. and his son Melvitt of Minneapolis 4t* tended the funeral of Leo's .sistel tfrs Agnes Button at Aigotia« THOUSANDS CHOOSE CAPf*-HOMES At te HOTEL SHOP .- i« "IT < r r ' ' 't $ J c. e •>-• <" ,6 a.m.—!! p.m. Monday ihtu Saturday 6 a,rn>-2:30 j»,m* Sunday $3489 ydwloiandi Atiy size add Jtylehdnrt you want Most liberal ham« nnance plans in America. L6w monthly payments at simple Interest Financing can In* elude plumbing, Wong and kitchen cabtaett. SAVE THOUSANDS OF DOUARS! 100** OP PLANS Oft USB YOURS ; PlNANONO FOR EVERVONEI . Wrtt at tall ht yew locof npntttlellvt CAPP440MES, 4721 E 14rti Si, D*fA Your representative ^ is J. H. Sweet, 1728 2nd Ave. So., Ft. Dodge, Phone 4-1273. ,' ____ Del iciflUS Graciously x ~ «*, S i ~ ! " «• Served •r i 'i . "- '• !T mm&Sfri :••£•••>' Mr and Mrs Henry Mueller entertained the Pinochle club 'at their home Monday evening, Fred Kollasch 'and Mrs,Marion -Hyinh winning high, Frank Piekarski and Mrs George Fandel Sr., second high, .Nick Reding and Mrs Frank Piekarski, low. Marion Hyink and Mrs Nick Reding •travel. ' The C. D. A. of St. Michael's parish l>eld a card party Sunday evening in the 'Academy hall, Leo Walters and • Mrs ' Simon Weber winning high, in pinochle anc .Raymond-.-Elbert and Mrs Nicl? Reding low,- In Five Hundred Robert Simons and Mrs Rober .Walker high,. Lep Kollasch and Mrs George'Besch low, and John Baer Won travel. Mr arid Mi's. .Conrad, Higg^ns entertained at a dinner' Saturday evening. Guests-, included Mrs John Dixon- o| Columbus, .Ohio, Gordon Higgins 1 *' of Mankatb, Delores Hickey of Emmetsburg, Mr and Mrs Vernon Higgins and family, and George Winters of Algona, and Mr and Mrs Robert Higgins and family of here. All were ' Sunday evening dinner guests 1 at the Robert Higgins home. Relatives of Mrs William Meyer Sr. gathered at her home Saturday and also Sunday afternoon, to help her celebrate her birthday. Mr and' Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl and son Daniel and daughter Kay Frances, visited at. the nome of the former's son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Walker in "Albert Lea, Sunday of last week. Mr and Mrs Ernie Meyer and son Eldon Ray, Mr and Mrs Herbert Potratz and son Dean, Mr and Mrs Hugo Meyer, Mr and Mrs Herbert Zumach and Mrs Anna Dau attended the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Arthur Hoeft Sunday afternoon at Garner. Mrs Hoeft wag the former Verona Schultz of here and th,e daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Ferdinand Schultz, south of Whittemore farmer. Milton Espe is home from the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge, where he had surgery. Mr and' Mrs Ralph Bauer and daughter Michele returned, homo from Iowa City, Wednesday. They took their daughter to Iowa City for observation. Mr-and Mrs Joseph. Keens took .their 10-year old son Leonard to Emmetsburg Thursday where .he entered the Memorial hospital for observation, Paul Kollasch, son of, Mr and Mrs Francis Kollasch had an appendix operation in St. Ann hospital Thursday and is recuperating at his home. Mr and Mrs Robert Gengler drove to Des Moines last week Monday where Mr Gengler went for a check up at the Veterans hospital. Peter W, Kollasch spent last weekend in St. Ann hosprtal and was transfered to the Mercy hos pita! in Fort Dodge, Sunday where he will undergo surgery. Joanne Elbert, daughter of Mr and Mrs Milford Elbert,, underwent surgery in St. Ann hospital last week* . , Mr and Mrs Willis Maahs and the former's " brother Robert Maahs and Bob Bell of Aurora, Neb., ?nd Mr and .Mrs Ron Em eiy and family of Ames, spent ijtho weekend at the parental home of Mr and Mr§ George Maahs, Sunday dinner guests a^ the Maahs horns were the above Mr and Mrs Ronnie Pettii and dawghter.of Cylinder and Mr anc Mrs. Merlyn Detrich and family of DEDICATED TO SERVING YOU! Pat Moniag, Manager Cecil McGinnis ' Kay Young Duane Gross WELCOME TO ALGONA, 4-H'ers Roger Arndorff er, Pres., and Dwight Seaberg, Vice Pres, Of The "Wesley Boys" Will Have A Display 'In Our Showroom This Saturday. Watch 7th, '• HEAD t HANDS • HEALTH Richard Davis fa lob *U yw mil & »o$t ' ' '• k fX^NTN*"*! 1 "'"! I/ y"**\T*"**k l'**1"'Mf7'^ • ft • i/"^ II /"*^ ^**\ NORTH CENTRAL Public Se^fee Go: "YOUR QAS C0, w

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