The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 3, 1959 · Page 10
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. .4" 1 m ff E {Si.,, W^ li 1 - kv, :>. s*' •K • ^: \ V, i. v( |R • V', to itel, -iS/ilif fta.) tipptf thur-doy, Stpf. Seneca Girl Is Bride, Aug. 9, At Esther* Seneca — A wedding of intcr- l eSt tb many Scnecans was sol* t-mniited Sunday afternoon. Aug. D at the First Methodist church at EstherviUe, when Beverly Ann Odifl ,and Lloyd George Andrews wct* r \mlted in marriage. Patents are Mrs Carl Odin. Esfchervllle, and the late Mr Odift and Mr and Mrs Norman F. Andrews, Gruver. Rev. William R. Norland read the double ring ceremony. Mrs G. M, Gronstal was the organist and Nancy Fischer of Lone .Rock was soloist The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Virgil Payne. Mrs Jawics Bishop, Esthrr- ville, was her maid of honor. Jam*s Bishop, Evstherville, was best man and ushers were Linus R. Smith and David Hanson, A reception was held in the church parlors following the ceremony. The bride, a former Scnecan, was graduated from Sentra! high school, Fenton, and prior to her marriage was employed at the Emmet County State Bank. The bridegroom is a Gruver high school graduate. He served three years in the armed services, spending part of the time in Japan. He is now employed by the Rock Island Railroad Co. at Estherville. The newlywcds spent their honeymoon in northern Minnesota and are now at home in Estherville. Mission Unit Meels A look at progress through the Awarded Shbwman Tro the W» D. Ley of Lakota. lefi, is shown presenting the ihamplonsMp, horse showmanship trophy to David Lynch of the 1 Burt Bombers, right at the Kossuth County Fair, held here recently* , Other horses and colt award winners at the ftar were Eppo Bulten, Dean Dodds, Chuck and Loren Bell and Bill Ley. (UDM Engraving). HURRY! i _ , - j, i j ACCOUNTS OPENED NOW WILL EARN MORE ' > . . •• Open your insured savings account here by the 10th of Ihis month. and earn our big dividend addition for the full investment period. You'll find saving here convenient as well as safe and profitable. You may even save by mail, with postage paid both ways. Come in or call today. All accounts at Home Federal are insured up to $10,000 by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. NOW PAYING T Per Annum Compounded Semi-Annually HOWE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION years of the Woman's Missionary Federations as-it merges into the women of the church was pre- scnted>by Mt*s Martin Wil'berg, :he Blakjer Historian, at a meeting at the church parlors Friday afternoon. Mrs Fred Johannesen presented the Bible study. Refreshments were served ;/ by Mrs Ole Pedersen and Mi's Henry Looft. Is Convalescing Mrs Carrie Jensen is convalescing at the home of her son, the Maurice Jensens at Cedar Falls. Dorothy Petersen went to Fort Dodge, Sunday, where she has enrolled at fc Beauty Academy. iLois Wilberg .spent Saturday night at the home of Sylvia Eden at Titortka and on Sunday accompanied the Edens to DCS Mbines. Lois and Sylvia sang in the 4 J H girls state chorus Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Leo Crowley and Kathleen returned recently from California where they visited their, daughter, Mr and Mrs Gayle Peterson and baby at San Francisco : and the Elmer and Floyd Johnson families at Stockton, Calif. O. R. Patterson spent) from Friday until Tuesday at St. Joseph, Mo. where he visited a,t the home of his daughter and family, the Wm. Gilchrists, and attended Uie Connie Mack World Series baseball games. His grandson, Billy GUchrist, was a member of one of the/teams which received the runner-up trophy. Billy accom- SINCE 1917 FAST PICKING Easy picking, clean husking PIONEER corn speeds up your harvesting Speed up your corn harvest with fast-picking Pioneer. Strong, well-anchored Pioneer stalks stand up the way you want them to ... for smooth picking and a minimum of time-wasting stops to clean out your.picker. Along with clean, easy picking, Pioneer is also, known for ears that hang on until picked* Next year, pack more picking into every day's work." Plant high-yielding Pioneer corn . . . bred-up for today's stepped-up farming. Order now. <# Local Pioneer Salesmen; R. I, Mawdstey ---- :;._.._ Algona Aaron Steussy . ....... . . Algona ? ffect H&QVSHY Sr. -». ....... Burt ; ' ' /'ortt- , ^ r Henry Schroecfer .,,... Lone Rock ?** . -• * > t, * ; * * Kollasch , .......... Bode ' * Whittemore T .,;„,. Wesley tfe? fekl jfl*." A 'f Ex-Burl Woman Is Victim Of Heart Attack BurJ —• Mrs Wilfred Chafee received word Friday of -the death of- her sister, Mrs t Nora Holding, ;53, at Mil i waukee > Wis. Deatli resulted from a heart attack, which ctwne without warning. •*''••••"••:,%. ,':''• .'••-.. ; Mrs Holding'was born, in LitUe Tew, England, the youngest of three daughters .Of .Mr and Mrs George Hawcott. She cam e with her parents to America at the age of three years and lived in this neighborhood and here received her education, graduating in 1924, from Burt high school. She was married to Curtis-Holding and a son was born to them. In 1942 the family moved to Milwaukee which has since been their home. Her parents preceded her in death and surviving are, besides the husband, one son, James,--, and two grandchildren, Milwaukee: two sisters, .Dorothy Larsen of New Hartford and Jessie Chafee. Mr and Mrs W. R. Chafee and Roger went to Milwaukee and attended funeral services which wore held Monday morning. Burial was also at Milwaukee., * ' SBSft. .«SM.*V_««> Mrs Bait's condition is A fftttift ^tefilc Guy C. Gtdoiftgj in honor of 'Mr aM Hottsour and Jeflty of Tejias who spirit last week relatives here. Attending picnic were Mf and Mrs Giddings and Mf and Mrs Wolf and children of LuVeme. Mr and Mrs Guy Carlson and family of Wesley; Mrs John van Hove and daughter, Buffalo Cen* ter; Mr and Mrs Ttodaey GiddUifls and daughters, Spltit Lake; Ml* and Mrs Albert FosnaughT and daughter, Algonai Mf and Mrs John Lenertz and chUdfen of Bode; and Mrs Carroll Gfady Chicago, and Mr and Mrs Wm, GMddngs and family and the Clifford Pannkttks, Mr and Mrs Max Sehrader and children of Hereford, Texas will visit this 'week with the former's mother, Mrs Mayrtie Schradeft and other relatives here. Mr Sch rader has been transferred'to Doniphan, Mo. Gary L. Webb of Algona called on his grandmother, Mrs Jessie M. Rash, Tuesday morning. Mr Webb, who finished his basic nrmy tfaining recently; leift Tuesday for Fort Dlx, where ha will embark for Europe and further assignment. He also called on the David D. Millers. Mr and Mrs Cecil Steward of Hazelcrest, 111. visited the Walter Stewards this Week. Mrs Ray Miller and'children moved this week to a farm near Bode wher& Mr Miller is employed. •Mrs R. L. Moore is spending this week with the Andy Phillips in Lincoln, Neb. Mrs Ella Sigsbee, Howard Sigsbee, Mrs Lottie Isenberger ol here and the Gordon Sigsbee family, Algona, were Sunday visitors at the Lowell Isenberger home at Winneibago, Minn. A ing U€9 WrtBMfl Mr and Mf^»o* K&fetflMl of SStt fH Mf and Mrs JohS . ^ Mark of Los Angeles came last toeek to visit at the* parental Ed* ward Knotier ,ho*n-. John and fatnfly havte just hioved td Silefem Springs, Arkansas and he »wilP again attefid John Brown university, i ^^ _ 'On Sunday Mf attf Mrs Edward Looft - attended the 40th Wedding anniversary of Mf and Mrs Frank Looit at East Chaiftj Minn. $ft Joel wedding of SitSwlk -Mrs niained in Frost vfciting at the hotfie o| he* er afld iatrtilft tfte Maitin Sundy On Sunday Mrt ttia.1 tef entert^fiied Mf and .Charles,, fcV^jJ!«,._..,~du«d 1 >~-t. Mrs Jeremiah and Madontia Spent the attended . They |lso the Minnesota Slate •Mr and Mrs Clayiott': and Terry wtiht to Rochester* on Sunday to see Judfth gradtfeta froih th*r;li--1_S3flist - KaWer School of £1 jilfri-t-f--f- a -"^-'»,*,-' FOR THt FWSTTIMi *.*. OXY-HAEi A POCKET SIZED MEDICAL OXYGEN UNIT FOR THERAPY AND EMERGENCY picnic dinner was enjoyed. Mrs Robert Hamilton entertained members of the Jolly Ten Cluib at her home Saturday ^af- ternooni paniec} ,.his.,:grandfalher home an.^ ^ will spend two weeks here, Mr and Mrs Chris Dahl and Dennis recently returned from a nine day sight seeing trip through some of the western states. Dr. and Mrs Caiil J. Busch and Billy, Kathy and Jimmy also Mrs Wilda R. Firestone of Alliance, Ohio, visited from Thursday until Sunday at the Ted Jensen home. Mrs Firestone-is Mrs Jensen's mother and Mrs Busch s a sister. Mr and Mrs Everett Witham accompanied by their daughter, Mrs Ray Green and son drove to Alden, Iowa Friday where they attended the Steam Engine Show. Last week visitors at the Elmer Witham home included Mr and Mrs Chuck Meese and daughter of Fresno, Calif. The women are sisters. Mr and Mrs Martin Wilberg and Lois, Mr and Mrs P. H. Jensen, J. H. Jensen and J. M. Jensen, the latter of Ringsted, attended the funeral- of Helmer Hansen of Bode last Monday afternoon at the Lutheran church at Bode, Mr Hansen passed away following a stroke while ho was vacationing at Grand Marais Minn. , Mr and Mrs Donald Cronl- spent several days last week visiting at the Wm. Gilchris home at St. Joseph, Mo. and witl other relatives in Kansas City. Mr and Mrs Carl Rasmussen and family of Cedar Falls visited Monday and Tuesday at the O R. Patterson and the Alfred Petersen homes. 'elatives "received word; otfffic birth of a daughter .to MrS'and Mrs Jimmy Giddings of' Pasco Wash. The baby born last w.eek s the first grandchild for Mr and Mrs Gordon Giddings. Great _randparents are Mrs Nora Garner and the G. C. Giddings. Mrs Nettie Fisher is' the great-great- randmother. Mr and Mrs Ray Walker nternational Falls, Minn., jare visiting Mrs. Nettie Fisher |anc Nora Garner'- as well as Alg'ona elativcs. ' ,1 ..'Mr and Mrs Howard Batt w ;6 Iowa City Sunday to seeUhe lormer's mother, Mrs Wm) F Batt, a -patient Now you Know! The answer to everf day insurance problems* By L; S. Bohannon QUESTION: What is this A.P. L. insurance I hear people discussing? JANSWER:Those, initials stand for All Physical Loss, a coverage which is added to fire insurance to give protection against many additional " if you'll address, your own insurance questions to this office, we'll try to give you the correct answers and there will be no charge or obligation oi any kind. • L. S. BOHANNON 6 N. Dodge CY 4-4443 No Matter Where You Are . . • Carry OXY-HALE In Your Pocket or Purse. About Size ( N of Large Cigar. , DON'T TAKE CHANCES. Effective Economical > Easy to Uso . Refill Cylinders^Easily and Quick!/ Inserted. 1 i Convenient ' - •' 4 •,, Safe' \ - Scientilkally , Engineered *•" r ' t fc • * Patented ' NOW-AT YOUR DRUG STORE, OR WRITE TO: OXY-HALE, BOX 123, SILVER SPRING, 'MARYLAND .1;-, .in. Enclosed pleaserfind'$25.CfO (check-or money order) -for-1 OXY-HALE ' ' ' - * ' , > Unit and six Oxygen-Refill Cylinders. Nam* Street City ..Zone State £ TRACTORS > FARMALL 450 TRACTOR, 350 HOURS, 1958 _________ —^- $3300.00 S FARMALL SUPER C TRACTOR/GOOD RUBBER 495.00 •I JOHN DEERE 60 TRACTOR, 1955, POWER STEERING 2575.00 ^ JOHN DEERE B TRACTOR, 1952, CLEAN 995.0Q > MINNEAPOLIS MOLINE 1949 UTU ______ 895.00 J JOHN DEERE MODEL B, 1940 <- 125.00 -• JOHN DEERE 50 TRACTOR, 1953, CLEAN _-„ 1395.00 JOHN DEERE MODEL R, OVERHAULED _:___ 7.500,00 JOHN DEERE 1945 MODEL A, W/STARTER, LIGHTS, POWER LIFT S75.00 JOHN DEERE DIESEL, MODEL R, 1952, NEW ENGINE 2575.00 JOHN DEERE MODEL D, 1950, W/STARTER, LIGHTS, POWER LIFT, VERY CLEAN _' ^ ;__„— —— — 895.00 COMBINES ALLIS CHALMERS 60, PTO> BB ll '— $1215.00 MINNEAPOLIS MOLINE 69 WITH PICKUP - 175.00 CASE A-6, WITH MOTOR, PICKUP AND SPREADER, 1954 575.00 CASE A-6, WITH MOTOR,. PICKUP. AND SPREADER, 1,950 175.OQ Children's Home Fund Drive Is Readied Here Volunteer workers, are preparing letters asking support .for children under the care of the Iowa Children's Home Society. The agency has cared, for 182 Kossuth county children in the past. Kossuth county workers > are Mrs Donald Clapper, Mrs W. E. Ley and Mrs Fred Asche, Lakpta, Mrs William Shoenhair, Mrs "Robert Fortney and Mrs Fay Asche, Bancroft, Mrs ' Harold Krantz, .Mrs Wallace Reynolds, Mrs Mervin Johnson, Mrs WaiTen Brones, and Mrs George Harner, Swea City. 'Mrs Alfred Baade, Mrs Donald Budlong, Mrs A. C. Miller, Titonka, Mrs John S. Rippentrop Center, Mrs M. J. Trujsk fiill, Burt, Mrs Dan?4 Bishop,, Mrs Lars Skaar and Mrs Maurice Ledyard,,M?s G^nn Olson Armstrong, Mrs Glenn'- GaJawel' sw, Sexton,, and Mi'8 A,' f, Yan, PLOWS IHC 3-14" PLOW, POWER CONTROL, LIKE NEW _„ $ 395,00 5 IHC 3-14" PLOW WITH POWER CONTROL — ,— -175^0 < CASE 3-16" PLOW ON RUBBER _______ — , ______ 195.00 MOUNE 3-16" PLOW ON RUBBER ,_^_—.„ „,: ,, 135,00 MASSEY HARRIS 3-14" PLOW ON RUBBER 185.00 IHC 3-14" SLAT WITH LANTZ ^Q,UlTJ6RS^.^-...^.m^ w .^-^.. 10Q.QO MASSEY HARRIS (LIKE NEW) 3-14" PLOW : ._ 235.00 IHC 3^14" SLAT LIKE NEW, POWER CONTROL 275,v>0< VARIETY OF 2 AND 3 BOTTOM PLOWS, EACH AT 25.00 JOHN DEERE 44-B f 2 T 16" PtOW—— -, — 125.00 CORN PICKERS IHC 24C 2 ROW MOUNTED (VERY CLEAN) 275.00 AttIS CHALMfR$2 ROW MQWTfiDr^VERY GOQD) _ 225.00 JOHN DEERE 226 PICKER, A MOUNTINGS _ 175.00 J. I. CASE 2 ROW PICKER SHELLER (GOOD) .,_>_ _, ,__„ WS'JBG J. I. CASi 2 ROW WITH HU5IHN& BIB -_„ , OUVER 2 ROW PICKIR (0O09) '^--., __,„„__ NEW (BEA NQ. 20 r 2 ROW/ MOWHTiO ,,l „ ,— MASSEY HARRIS BALER WITH MOTOR (VERY GOOD) __„ $|925.00 j. i.'CASE 12 FOOT FIELD .CULTIVATOR ,,235.00 WOOD BROTHER* STALK CUTTER X (GOOD) _ J „_ ' 395.00 LUNDELL STALK CUTTER, LIKE NEW _ _ 495.00 KOOYKER HYDRAULIC HOIST „-_-.: 225,00 RUBBER TIRED TRAILER WITH PLATFORM HOIST „ ,___ 175,00 " »t >" . ^ " • n r - ." ,, ( , ' y EtEV^TORS LiniE GIANT 42 FOOT ELEVATOR, COMPLETE _______ _::____ $.'115.00 ? EXTRA ELEVATOR SECTIONS, GOOP • EACH — '- 15.0ft ' JOHN DEERE 38 FOOT ELEVATQR -—- -— : 95,90 U S E D C A R S and TRUCKS 1946 PONTIAC $ 65.0Q 951 ,CHEVROL|T ONi TQN TRUCK WITH BOX —U-^.. ------ 495.00 1957 IHC PICKUP TRUCK (CLEAN) -Sj ------- ---- :.- 1- ..... 1475.0Q E(»JIPMet4f ifeX SPECIAL DEALS ' ' "•• Basil Johnson recently caugh a,'2A pauad, hutfak) n-oi-t^east,-ol Woodward on the Des Moines river. The i'ibh v.-ub 33Vj iudita lung. JOHN PURE .RWJ41* JQHN DEERi 15 I©PT JOHN Dilll 11 IQOT JOHHJ9HRI 15 FOOT IHC 18 FOOfViRY 3 JOHN DEERE 18'/^ ELEVATORS 1 JOHN, WiRS'6 ROW «OW CULTIVATOR?^ * 3 JOHN 0«ERt Mp, ft POWfft'MOWfRS, 7 KX>T 1 JOHN!PPiR$ Wl W » PSS HARI4W HARROWS KW3Y-* t \T^T»'^ff-W*/ -^i*r*r*v H* ^-— *w •— —ft *g> rn ^ ** IK "^ ^^^- f^F 3§ JOHN DEERE PEALER iv^ " ..... ' " .^••••'^•'^^•:^vW' 1 ,;j

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