The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 24, 1959 · Page 19
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 24, 1959
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<. .nil ft *. W A. _„ • -V. Two Families Have Reunions AlLuverne held « frt the park Sunday with Alg s - nS' toft; Mr and Mrs Donald Sttttise, Bancroft; Mr and Mrs Herman Krause, Renwick: Mr and Mrs «^ m ond Schipull, Hardy; Mrs Anna Krause, Mr and Mrs Jerry £f, au * e ,Y, Cofwith; Mr and Mrs Otto Willo, Mr and Mrs Clarence Krause and Richard, Miss Emmq Krause, Mr and Mrs Edwin Hunt -and families, LuVerne. ., A reunion of the family of the Jate Mr and Mrs George Block Was held Sunday in the Harold yvolf home. Present were Mr and Mrs June Krause, son, Mr &nd Mrs Leonard Krause of Amboy, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Clarence Burbank, Des Moines,' their daughter and granddaughter of Zearmg; Mr and Mrs William Shafer, Mr and Mrs Walter Hinze, State Center; Mr and Mrs Arthur Block, Thompson; Mr and Mrs George Wolf, Algona; Mrs Clif Randall, Mason City; Mr and Mrs Gail Wolf, Mr and Mrs Bernard Wolf, Mr and Mrs Jerry Wolf and families, LuVerne. %istie*. twetw jtea* son of ftobctt Rushefr % has arrived from Rochester, Mlnii,, aftd will .attend the LuVerne school this 7 Attend Photo School PLANTATION BALLROOM Whittemore, Iowa SUNDAY, S£PT. 27 Lynn Kerns SUNDAY; OCT. 4 Clem Brau SUNDAY, OCT. 11 Don Hoy FRIDAY, OCT. 16 Hard Times Dance Come As You Are Johnny Ketelsen SUNDAY, OCT. 18 Marv Reedstrom v Weekend guests in the parental Cecil Baker home were theif son and wife, the Don Bakers, Storm Lake. Mr and Mrs Loren Appenzeller and family haVe moved ftom Eagle Grove 'to make their home in Ames wlhere Loren is enrolled at Iowa State University. > Visitors Monday in the fcen- nis Carroll home were his uncle Robbie Shay and son Jfim of Winnebago, Minn.; Mrs Mary Carroll and Lucille of Algona, mother and sister of Dennis Carroll. •Sunday evening callers in the Edwin Hanselman home were his sister, Mr and Mrs Roy Bue«- ger, their daughter, Mr and Mrs Henry Lauck, Jr. and children of West Bend. Mrs Dennis Carroll attended a pre-nuptial shower Sunday afternoon in the Livermore Legion hall, honoring Donna Gardner. •Miss Gardner of Lakota will be married Sept. 26 to Donald darken, also *of Lakota, • both. former residents of Livermore. Mr and Mrs Elmer Kubly and Dale visited Sunday in the John Carlstadt home in Stratford. Randy Zimmerman of Gold' 'field and his parents, Mr and Mrs Earl Zimmerman and Ricky were .guests Sunday .in the John C. Zimmerman and John Hefti, Sr. home, his grandparents and great-grandfather, on the occasion of his third birthday, Sept. 9. Supper guests were Mr and Mrs Marshall Clancy, Hardy, and evening 'callers were Mr and Mrs Sam Maurer of Remvick and their son Merwin Maurer, Santa Monlcai Cal. The first meeting ,of the school year of the Music Mothers club was held Sept. 9 . with the new officers, Mrs Dennis Carroll, Mrs Marjory Groh, Mrs Gerald Coleman and Mrs Harold Trauger hostesses. Mr and Mrs Hugh Shirk visited Sunday with her parents, Mr and Mrs Claire Jones ,at Royal. Mr and Mrs Carl Swanson took their daughter Linda, to Sioux City Saturday. Linda entered Morningside College for a course in elementary training. Mr and Mrs Edwin Marty and Mr and Mrs Henry Kubly visit- :••••• No Advance •..-• "• Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 III! IIIIJF Mr aitd Mrs Nels Isaacson of Isaacson Studio here returned recently from a five-day tour through portions of the Kodak plant at Rochester, N. Y. The Isaacsons, at the right above, are shown with, from the left, Gene Botsford,' technical advisor of Kodak's portrait division, a photographer from Manilla in the Philippines and a model employed by the photography concern. The Isaacsons studied many new aspects of photography, including the latest in color developing and printing. The photo was snapped in the experimental 'studio. (UDM Engraving). and fmtrily and Mr and MM Michael Christ Jr. nnd family attended the Koons family reunion Sunday at Tuttlo Lake. •Mr and Mrs Kenneth Kollct and family of Albert Lea were Sunday visitors at the homo of Mrs Mary Roller. Wednesday evening, Mr and Mrs A. C. Bierstedt and sons intended a birthday party honoring Mr HierslecU's sister. Mrs Lyle Mnrlinv nt Lone Rock. Sherry Anderson, h o s p i t n 1 ((•clinician at Webster C i t y, spent the weekend tit the par- cntiil A. E. Anderson home. Mi- and Mrs W. D. Ley were at Sturm Lake Tuesday evening wheie the trustees and members of the Hoard of Development of Huena Vista College nnd their wives wore filif'sts at a dinner, followed by a business meeting. Wednesday evening callers at the Russell Winters home we ire Mr and Mrs Marry Boekelman, Alj'ona. Sunday evening quests wen- Mrs Henry Bnekelrniin and Henrietta of Algona. Orville Ruby met his dnunhter, Audrey, at Perry Friday following a two week vacation spent in California. The Lakota Garden Club eon- eluded its first year of existence this week when it met with Vera and Violji Hucttner. Charlotte Biiumnnn gave the lesson. Mrs Harry Roseneau was welcomed into the club as a member. John E. Smith nnd E. L. Gul- keneeht. arrived home Wednesday from a six week stay Jn chcnvnn, Canada. Mr and Mrs Rnrt Cook nnd family of Soldier were weekend guests nt. the home of the .1, W. Cooks. 'Monday evening eallers at Ihri John Roelfsema home were Mr nnd Mrs John Kelso, John and Mary of Huffalo Center. Mr nnd Mrs Ralph IVwey and family of Sac City were weekend guests in the parental Jerry tJkena home. Mr and Mrs Earl Pnubcn, Eugene and Mrm-ia wen- weekend guest's at the home of Mr and Mrs Elton Head at Jessup. Mrs Elizabeth Schaper had as guests from Friday until Tuesday Bessie Nelson. Blanche Nelson and Hhnda Ireland, all of Des Moines. Union Twp. 4-H The Union Township Girls and Boys 't-11 elubs will hold an iee eream soeial at the Cloud llnpe Community Room on Sept. M!) at i) p.m. Homemade iee cream, pie. cake and coffee will be served. A short program will 1.x liven TOMATOES Rev, C. A. Abbott of Monies', urn n recently displayed two heavy tomatoes; one weighed two-and-a-half pounds and the other two pound;;. They are known as Giant Staker variety and were .urown on trellises. IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT IT , <»pi. 11, 1989 Algana da.) (ifpft tm Malim -8 HEBE ABE o REASONS WHY MODEBN ASPHALT IS IOWA'S BEST PAVING BUY 1 3 It oontn ten* to build - Town's Modern Asphalt Tiller- stiitc Highways cost 16.8% less than comparable cement highway* . . . Asphalt primary Highways 29% less . , . Asphall Pnrm-UvMarkcl roads 37% less. Another im* porismt shitistic — Modern Asphalt cons no more to maintain. It lantn an long - Modern, heavy-duty AsphaltiC con* crcic highways sluniJ up equally well under comparable cotultlions. It's fur snore comfortable - No seams to thump your nerves . . , no hine joints to hamper steering ... no rouyh stirlaces to ninkc irriluting noise. // yon or your organization would like further detail 1 ! on th!i inii>ortnnl paving inuteriul ix\uc, sent! u request to: ASPHALT PAVING ASSOCIATION OF IOWA 72O Grand Avenue a DOB Moines. Iowa Fri.. • Sept. 25 Frank Buhr And His Ramblers Sat.. - Sept. 26 Jules Herman, And His Orchestra , Tues., . Sept. 29 8 to 11 The Big .Beats Wed., - Sept. 30 Kenny Hofer ed Sunday in the Arnold Elbert home at Harlan. Mr and Mrs Donald Raber and Janice •accompanied them and visited relatives. Mr and Mrs Elmer Kutoly and Mr and Mrs Alvin Kelling of Goldfield were Webster City visitors Saturday. Ronald Martin, teaching ' at Fenton, was a weekend visitor with his parents, Supt. and Mrs B. E. Martin. • August Pergande has returned from 'Omaha, Neb., where he visited his daughter, Freda, Mr and Mrs William Myer. Mr and Mrs John Groh, his brother, Mr and Mrs Henry Groh of Livermore, have returned from Chicago where they attended the wedding of their nephew, Larry Klobnak, Saturday. Weds In Minnesota » Miss Barbara Rose Veerkamp. daughter of Mr and Mrs Herman Veerkamp, Blooming Prairie Minn., former Kossuth county residents, became the bride of Paul George Slowinski, Waltham Minn., Saturday, Aug. 29. ' The ceremony was performec by Eev. Herman Boecker at St Columbanus Catholic church Blooming Prairie, Minn. They are at home on a farm near Brownsdale, Minn, after trip north. 'S THE TIME to make the buy-of-the-year on an INTERNATIONAL Truck!, YouTl get a good price fo^ your present truck, and a better truck for your job* See us now and save! Algona Implement Co. ALGONA, IOWA - CY 4-3501 Lakota School Band Elects New Officers Lakola — The Lnkota high school band has elected officers for the, coming year; president, Connie Erdahl; vice president, Yvonne* Tjaden; secretary, Karen Price: treasurer, Donovan Cook; council members, David Ley. Sharon Apka, Albert Becker, Carmen Cook, Dan-ell Claybaugh and Michael Buckels. Linda Gallagher and Derold Goetz are librarians; Paul Geilenfeldt and Carolyn Graff, managers; Patsy Tjaden, Beverly Cushman, Albert Becker anc Gary Meyer, equipment. Yvonne Tjaden was electee queen for the Kossuth County Band Festival which will be held this fall at Algona. At Dedication Frank T. Lewis, Mr and Mr Hugh Lewis and Mr and Mi- Wilson Brack attended dedication services of the new Army Re serve Center in Waterloo Sun day. Five soldiers who died fighting for their country were honored at this ceremony, among them Lt. Col. Virgil L. Lewis, son of Frank T. Lewis and a brother of Hugh Lewis and Mrs Brack. Golden Wedding Mr and Mrs John McCarthy attended the golden wedding anniversary of his parents, Mr and Mrs Albert McCarthy Sunday at Bancroft. High mass waa celebrated followed by a family dinner at noon and a reception in the church hall in the afternoon. All of the McCarthy children were present, two coming from California. Mr and Mrs Henry Mitchell received word Monday of tha birth of a granddaughter, nine- pounds, three ounces, born to their daughter and husband, Mr and Mrs Lloyd McKeon at Estherville. The Good Will truck will be in Lakota Oct. 1. Any boxes or items can be left at the home of Mrs Henry Mitchell before then. Mr and Mrs Larry Lappe and Debfa were Sunday guests at the parental Louis Lappe home, Mrs Reinder Krominga of Titonka was a weekend guest at the home of the Raymond Krom- ingas. Mr and Mrs George Weringa Yes! We have Controls Cattle Grubs Simply by Spraying! also tXCEUINT FOR CONTROL OF ICREW-WORMS, HORNFUES, LICE, TICKS, ROBINSON PRODUCE 216 West Slate ALGONA (38-39) Complete C losing-Out Dairy Cattle and Machinery '' Bnd " eoi9 lo disconli ""° 409 Qcfobe e dairy business, we will sell the following described personal south of Ihe Kossuih County Fairgrounds on highway 169, and and Friday and 2 V !f e io W o i }| 1 "I 1 a , U »/ ih fc a "ie O^ber 1 slarling promptly al 12 o'clock noon The at 12:30 o clock. Murphy's Lunch Wagon on the grounds both days. In will be sold October 2 starting 132 Head of Dairy Cattle TO BE SOLD THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1 35 HEAD OF REGISTERED GUERNSEY COWS 30 HEAD OF HIGH GRADE GUERNSEY COWS 17 HEAD OF HIGH GRADE HOLSTEIN COWS 30 BRED HEIFERS AND 20 OPEN HEIFERS 4-unit Surge Pipeline Milker with Eleclro-Brain Washer, with releaser. over 50 years. This herd is Farm TO BE SOLD FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2 1957—700 Ford Tractor, power steering, tricycle front end. 1957—4-row Ford Cultivator. 1950—Ford Tractor. 1948—Ford Tractor and Loader. 1957—Ford Power Mower. 1958—Case Baler with PTO. 1957—Case Combine with Wisconsin motor. M. M. 6-ft. Combine, good running order. 1957— 14-in, M. W. Hammermill. 1958—John Deere Tractor Manure Spreader, 110 bu. cap. 1957—12-ft. John Deere Field Culitva- tor. Fox Field Chopper with new Wisconsin motor with corn and hay head. Fox Ensilage Blower. Case Stalk Cutter. Case Threshing Machine. John Deere G Tractor. Case 4-bar Side Delivery Rake. 30-ft. Drag. JHC 18-ft, Disc. 30-fl. Sandwich Steel Elevator. 8-ft, Rotary Hoe. 12-ft. Spring Toolh. 12-ft. Old Grain Drill. Moline Horse Drawn Manure Spreader on rubber. Small Steel Road Grader on wheels. Clipper Fanning Mill. 4 Wooden Flare Wagon Boxes in good shape. Two 4-wheel Rubber Tired Farm Trailers. Two Steel Wheel Wagons. 3 Bale Racks. 3 Forage Boxes on 4-wheel rubber tired trailers, 2 Forage Boxes on 2-wheel rubber tired trailers. Air Compressor. Potato Planter. Post Hole Digger for Ford Tractor. Unloading Jack. Cement Mixer on rubber. IHC 2-16 Plow. 400-gal. Gas Barrel. Several 50-gal. Barrels. John Deere drive-on W^agpn Hoisi. 500-gal. Gas or Fuel Barrel on stand. Bryant 20-gal. Bottle Gas Water Healer. Coleman 20-gal. Bottle Gas Water Heater. Quantity of 1-8 in. and 1-4 in. Sheet Steel, some never been used. Challenger Electric Cattle Fly Sprayer. Portable Hog House. Wooden Portable Hog Feeder. 2 Steel Hog Feeders. 2 Cattle Pressure Water Fountains, Combination Cattle and Hog Pressure Water Fountain, never been used. Hog Pressure Water Fountain, never been used. 3 Barrel Hog Feeders. Half-Ton Feed Mixer. Saw Mill. 3 Feed Bunks-, Self-Feeder for Chopped Hay on rubber, 20 ft. by 5 ft. 1949—Studebaker 1-ion Truck With Stock Rack, 12-ft. Cultipacker. HOUSES: 22 x 16 ft. Frame House, one story, with 11 x 8 f t, entry, 3 rooms, storm windows, screens, hardwood floors and built-in cupboards. 22 x 18 ft. Frame House, one story, with 10 x 7 ft. entry, 3 rooms, both in good repair and easily moved. Now on basements. USUAL SALE TERMS: Cash or make arrangements with your banker before the sale. No property to be removed from the premises until settled for. Not responsible for accidents should any occur. Shumway, Kelly & Frisledt, Attorneys CHARLIE QUINN and DALE YUNGEBERG, Auctioneers. W. M. REINDERS

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