The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 16, 1959 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 16, 1959
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1 * >v •*$f.i f ;•& P S5 -i *. ft* Motn** Thurtday, April 16, 19S9 Lakola Shocked By Death Of Aug. Hagedorn Lakofa — This community wag deeply shocked and grieved by the death of a well-known fann- er Sunday afternoon. August Hagedorn, about 56, apparently died of a heart attack while sitting in a chair in his home north of Lakola. He is survived by his wife and three children, Donald of Elmore, Mrs^ Jerry Jenson (Mary Jane) and a son, Robert, Who is with the U. S. Marines at Camp Pendelton, Calif. Funeral arrangements were incomplete. Btutn The Lakota fire department answered a call to Ihp Ray Kahler farm south of totvn Monday. A brush fire had gotten out of control but was quickly put out. Engagement Announced Mr and Mite Gilbert Reevea of Graeltinger announce the approaching marriage May 31 of their daughter, Pearl, to William D. Beemer, son of Mr and Mrs Guy Beemer of Webster City, former Lakotans. Miss Reeves attended Iowa State College and is teaching at Lakota. Underwent Surgery Clayton Helvlck, principal ot the Lakota high school, underwent an appendectomy Monday evening hospital. at the Buffalo T#«ther Mr and Mrs Eugene Leonard of Wood River, Neb, announce the engagement of their daughter Mary Jean Leonard of Lakota to Don L. Christ, son of Mr and Mrs George Christ of Lakota. Miss Leonard is director of vocal music in the Lakota school, Harlan Herlzke of Buffalo Center, son of Mr- and Mrs Maynard Hertzke of Lakota, \s a patient ot the Buffalo Center hospital. Wednesday of last week a group of ladies from the Presbyterian church attended a "World Affairs Assembly" at the Presbyterian Church in Algona. Those attending from Lakota were Lena Gutkenecht f Mrs Jerry Heetland, Mrs Frauke Schadendorf and Mrs Harlan Kruse. , ADMIRAL REFRIGERATION Prices Slashed...SAVE $100 and more ALL BRAND NEW MODELS .'/ 1—V114 Upright 10 ft. Freezer ..L^.. __^ ^ $195 1—14H50 Chest Freezer, 13 Cu. Ft., LlL... reg. $325.95_ r _$250 1—18H70 Chest Freezer, 17 : Cu. Ft. _ reg. $429.95 $325 1—21H80 Chest Freezer, 20 Cu. Ft. -----_ reg. >$499.95__ 4335 1—10 Ft Admiral Refrigerator. „ reg. $229.00.__$175 lr—Gibson Double Door 14 Cu, Ft: Refrigerator with Automatic Defrost. _"!__ reg. $369.95_$289.95 1—Gibson 14 Cu. Ft. Refrigerator with Automatic \ Defrost. ________ r ____^__ r ___^__;reg. $?09.95_$22Q.95, 1—RCA Room Dehumidifier. -___^__L_ reg. $129.95__$89.95 ALL ITEMS ON DISPLAY AT THE ... FRIDAY SPECIALS — _ c gast For 12 MAD "HOURS Of Extravagant SPECIAL VALUES! Many "MAD VALUES" Tob~~Numerou*~ To " List" Heret" • 4 12 Qt. GALVANIZED PAILS MAD FRIDAY SPECIAL 16" HOG PANS MAD FRIDAY SPECIAL 5 Gallon Double-Wall POULTRY FOUNTAIN MAD FRIDAY SPECIAL $^98 16 Tine Wire LAWN RAKE 5 Ft. Step Ladder '':&&?* $388 MAD FRIDAY SPECIAL BIKE MAD FRIDAY SPECIAL BIKE MAD FRIDAY SPECIAL TIRES $1.99 TUBES $1.09 22 E, STATE ALGONA, IOWA '•fir Sunday evening gue?ts a! the home of Rev, And Mite Jff Kfase were ReV. -aud Mr* vin Knise of Lake Park and the Rev. and Wrs Spirit Lake. Mr and Mrs Maynatd Whiff f«fiiUy~wete Suftda'y viditeS Wiift Jn%* sisfef aftd family, Uf.'"'" M*S,Art HorlW at Siotttt Sotith Dakota aftd with het fa* AD former Lakotans now of Saris* fiefd, Minn.. Mr andt MfS ftttz and Mr and Mrs Rich Zielske of Lakota were am the many from here who tended funeral rites fof M*S Leld Iris Finn at Swea City on day of this week. Mr and Mrs Richard accompanied Mr and Mm Lotl Nitz ta Spirit Lake Stinda^ where they visited with Mf Zielske's sister, Mrs Clara Jackson. ; .«-;.Mr and Mrs Walter Sachs *6* turned Thursday from a montll's vacation with their daughter and husband, Mr and Mrs Roger Aukes in Albuquerque, New, Mexico. r~ Rev. Meinecke arid 25 mem* bers of St, Paul's Lutheran church attended ' a Pre*merget conference at the Emanual Lutheran church in Forest City Sunday evening, Sunday guests at tht Lauren Thompson home were Ray Steele of filmore, Minn.' and Melvih Harringa of Bode. In the afteiS noon, Mrs Agnes Mayer 1 , Mrs Freda Frye. Mrs Gertrude Weimer, Mrs Hazel Carpenter and Dottie Welfare, -all of Ledyard called ort Mrs Thompson, In the evening, , Mr and Mrs 'George Bauman of Lakota and ..Mr and Mrs Howard Thompson of Bancroft were callers., • .', ; The Lakota Birthday Club met at the home of Mrs Harry ; Rose- neau on Friday afternoon honoring Mrs Rosenau. , Mr, and Mrs Lauren Thompson' were Friday evening callers onj his mother, Mrs Reat Thompson^ in, Forest City. • ". Friday afternoon a joint birthday party for Mrs W. D. Ley .and, Elsie Baum was held at the Bauni home. . ' F. W. Baum returned home Saturday from St. Ann hospital in Algona where he had been •& patient for the past week. He was taken to Iowa City Thursi day. * He will have .to undergo surgery very shortly. ;" "Mrs Jennie Whalen of Titonka, Mrs George Schroeder, Mrs Mike Christ arid Mrs Bill Mabus were Saturday guests at the home of, Elsie Bauni. • . •. A, Mr and Mrs Robert Shillingtofl and family and.WK and Mrs Mer? rill Thompsoft^hcf family-of Blue Earth were' Sunday callers at the Lee Olson home. > ; Mr and Mrs Brent Dingmani a nephew .of Mrs Cliff Buckels, from California, spent the weeki end at the Buckels home. Mr and Mrs Arnold Karels of Frost, Minn, and Mr and Mrs Lament Jansen; and family ' of Bancroft were* Sunday eveniri'js supper guests at the parental f Andrew, Jansen home.' > , "I^J Mr and Mrs Floyd • ClaybaUgh and son drove to Rochester Sunday where ' they 1 visited their daughter and sister, Sherry 'Claybaugh. Mr and Mrs Harold Herzog of Ledyard were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Wilson Brack home. , Mr and Mrs Hilmer Hanson drove to Rpchester S u n d' a y where they visited their son-in- law, Joe Murray of Bancroft, who is a patient at St. Mary's hospital. Mr and Mrs Lee OlsOn and Mr and Mrs Dick Spear received telephone calls froni their sons, Richard Olson and Garry Spear, from Camp Pendleton, Calif. Sunday, that the boys, both scry- ing with the "U.S. Marines, would be leaving the States for Okin,- awa for a 14 month tour of duty there. Mr .and 'Mrs George Meyer were Sunday guests at the home of her mother, Mrs Lena Junker^ meier at Ledyard. Lakota honored its boy and, girl high school basketball players at a banquet April 10 in the Lakota school auditorium. The speaker was George Richards*, director of athletics at Estherville. ' ; Mr and Mrs Herman Bosnia were Wednesday evening caller? at the Albert Bosma Sr. home. •* Roy Ennen of Lone 'Rock was a Friday night caller at the Henry Olthoff home. Mrs Pearl Smith went to Iowtj City on Saturday to spend two or three weeks with her son arid family, the Richard Smiths. ' Rev. Howard Peterson of Beldon, Neb. visited at the home of his aunt, Mrs C. C. Gerzema and with his grandmother Frerichs, Tuesday. Mr and Mrs C. F. Ennenberg and daughter Rochelle visited her aunt, Mrs Laura Benjamin at Albert Lea Sunday afternoon and were guests at the,home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Owen Peters at Emmons, Sunday callers at the home of Fred Huettner and daughters were Mr and Mrs Ernest Cramer of Gorwith, Henry Dontje Sr, was released from the hospital in Buffalo Center Friday and went to the home of his son in Fairmont to recuperate. •Mr and Mrs I. E. WOrtman were Sunday visitors in Des iMoines at l( the home of Mr and Mrs Wilfred Carlson. x Mrs Polly Gerzema, Mrs Mary Zoller and Mrs George Schroeder attended a dinner at the Lutheran Church in Bricelyn, Minn. Tuesday, , Mr and Mrs Andrew Jansen and granddaughter, Suzanne Jansen'of Bancroft were in Mason City Wednesday and Thursday. Joftn W. Cook, Easter Seal chairman for Lskota, repqrta that $99.75 was collected. Mrs James Meurer was a patient at the Buffalo Center hospital from Monday through Wednesr ttfef, the Rev. L. J. Odlan<! is at present staying with NerUns ' ,, Mt and Mrs Henry Steenhard and children left Sunday for Redwood Falls, Minn, to visit her parents, Mr and Mrs G. W. Dahlbetg. Will Mabus, who has beefl a patient in the hospital at Buffald Center for the past ten days, was able to return home on Friday, . , et sofi ftoger; Who Js iri ihe ' • at Chris AsMissen, City Merey htfciti h6ftie Wednesday" He line. . • tt, i s , Book Big Car Races Big bar attto ; i<ac%s Will again ^fittf, the , i , 'books < , . gona's public libfary tidaal Libtary, Week* , gaft .Sunday, April 'f Idretgn' children's bobks,»wffl M d'ft r . display ftdm,,', ttow:-until,the. COME REGULAR LIGHT BEIGE YOUR CHQICE OF 5 DECORATOR COLORS • ROSE BEIGE • TURQUOISE • BROWN NO SPECIAL ORDERS OR REPEATS RED FURNITURE EASY TERMS CARPETING FREE DELIVERY Just West, Of The Courthouse, Square RAY BLACK'S CLOSING-OUT FARM Having rented my land, I will sell the following described farm property, at public auction on farm located 9 miles north and 3 J /2 miles west of Algona, or 1% miles south and 11/ 2 miles east of Lone Rock, or 4 miles west of Burt on— THURSDAY, APR. 23 Sale Starts at 1:00 p,m, Not Responsible For Accidents Farm Machinery & Miscellaneous Inte'rnational Tractor, SUPER M, 3 years old. International 18-foot Disc, 3 years old ' Internaional 3-bottom Plow,, 3 years old. F-20 Tractor John Deere Planter with fertilizer attachments, years old, Int. 4-row Cultivator, 3 years old. Four Section Harrow. International 10-foot Windrower Binder. International 2-row Planter, Oliver 12-ft. Springtooth. Farmers Friend Elevator, wide type with wagon and speed jack. lift Pride-Of-The-Farm 80 gallon Hog Waterer. International Seeder. , 2-16-inch Slat Bottom for P & O Plow John Deere 6-foot Mower. International 7-foot Power Mower. Trailer Wagon with Steel Box, Cream Tank. Stainless Steel International Cream Seperator. Fanning Mill, 300-gal. Fuel Tank; Duo-Therm Oil Burner, 4 yearn old. SOME HOUSEHOLD GOODS TOO NUMEROUS MENTIONI TO 3 BUILDINGS -- 2—4 Pen HOG HOUSES, 12*16-ft. 1—Small House with 2 rooms, 10*24-ft,, wired for electricity. TERMS; CASH, or make arrangements with your banker before sale date. \ Carrel Fraser, auctioneer

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