The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 15, 1959 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 15, 1959
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6-A!gono (la.) Upper DM Maine* Thursday, 6et, 15, 1959 I.'? v^ I* 1 <u I m l-vfl P '** !, F'V (%. « v/ Denws HHbert, St. Joe, Wec/s Barbara Ann-Watters- CLASSIFIED ADS For Sale FOR SALE .— PURE&RED Hampshire meat type boors. High yield and grade value. D. A. and Lyle Fraser, Burt, phone 4-93. 41-43-45* FOR SALE — 80 ACRES AND 40 acres unimproved, all tillable land; corn storage on 40 A; well tiled, good soil; can be bought as separate units or together. Located 4 N., 4 E. and 2 N. of Svvea City. For further information, contact Sid,ney Payne, Ledyard. la., or T : .,C. Tokheim, Jewell, la., administrator for Wm. Payne estate. 40-41* FOR SALE — 154 ACRE IM- proved farm, on black top road, approximately 9 mi. E. & S. .of Algona, in Prairie Twp., Kossuth County, Iowa, full set good buildings,, all tillable, well tiled, high producing Clarion and Webster loam, lays level to gently sloping, on school,, mail and milk route. Being sold to settle estate. Possession, March 1, i960. Contact Leo J, Immerfall, Exec., 'Algona, low,a. 39-4Q S*. Joe Barbara Ann Watters, daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas D. Walters of Dana, became the bride of Dennis Hilbert, son of Mr and Mrs John Hilbert of St. Joe, Sept. 12. The double ring ceremony was performed by Father Cam in Corpus Chrisli Catholic church at Fort Dodge at 10 a.m. Mrs Paul Wagner \vas organist and vocal soloist. Given In marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of lace and tulle over satin. The fitted bodice featured a scalloped neckline of the lace and the long lace sleeves tapered to points over the wrists. The bouffant skirt'was floor length and featured tulle inserts in- front frtirn the ballerina length lace scallops, ending in a chapel train, •Her finertip veil of bridal illusion was attached to a white bandeau. She carried a white satin covered prayer book, with white streamers and ,red sweetheart rosebuds, topped with a detachable white orchid corsage. Her prayer book was a gift from the bridegroom. 1 - Attending the bride as maid of honor was Josephine , Senegas. Mrs Roger Johnson was matron, . Carolyn Ruth was"flower girl. Gary Johnson was ring bearer. Robert Hilbert attended as best man-and Donald Betker was groomsman. Ushers were .Eryin Watters and James Hilbert. A wedding dinner was served to 100 relatives and friends at noon. A four-tiered all. white cake centered the bride's table. A reception was , held from 2 -to 4 p.m. Mrs Ronald Ruth-and Mrs Alvin Gliem cut and served the cake. Mrs Dale Dencklau was in charge of the guest book. Mrs Ervin Watters and Cathy Hilbert took care of the. gifts. 1 The couple left fqr a week's wedding trip to the Ozarks and on to Westminster, Colo., where they visited Mrs Hubert's brother and family, Mr and Mrs James C. Watters. They are now at home at Fort Dodge, * ; :Mrs John Reding entertained her 500 club Thursday. Prizes were awarded to Mrs John Thul, Mrs Damian Cenlgraf and Mrs Joe Sinhwcll. Betty Wagner, daughter of Mrs Adeline. Wagner and Patricia, Wagner, daughter of Mr and Mrs Sylvester W a g n e r, 1959... St. Joseph's high school graduates, are employed in. Fort Dodge in the Central Bell. Telephone Co. t The Catholic • Daughters ..of America C o ur; t St. Joseph's "Chicken'/ Supper" --..was served.- to 800 on Sunday in ; St. Joseph's School Hall. Mrs'Nichnlas 'Weydert, Mrs Alvin Klein,.Mrs Peter Becker, Mrs Albert Thilges, Mrs William B. Devine and Mrs Eugene Zeimet were chairmen in charge. Mrs Tony WeydeiH left on TJiursday for Portland, Oregon to meet her son, Duane Weydcrt who has been released from 40 months Navy service. Before returning home they will visit relatives and friends in western States. The weeky "Holy Hour-' will be held this week in St. Joseph's Catholic Church\on Friday evening at 8 o'clock Rev. Leo C Schumacher announced. Leo Bormann, son of Mr and Mrs Lorenz Bormann, was honored to a farewell .party home Saturday 1 "' evening. Leo will leave soon for service. He was presented' a gift and a' very enjoyable social evening was had and a potluck lunch served. Mr and Mrs Bernard are parents of a daughter born 'Oct. 10 in St. Ann hospital, at Algona. Mr and Mrs Nick Wagner, .Algona, and Mr-and Mrs John.Zel- ler, Algona, are grandparents. For Rent FOE RENT — 2 house. All modern. 4-4884. ' Phone Clf 4t FOB RENT — apartment. All nished. CI6se in. p.<m. CY 4-3786, FURNISHED utilities fur- Phone after 5 41 FOR RENT''-— LARGE, WARM sleeping room. Private bath, 2 closets.. Mrs Harold Hobson, 311 W. Nebraska, CY 4-3636. Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our nefgbi- bors, friends arid everyone in this area who helped us follow* ing the fire. Everything done for us is truly appreciated. The Irvin Eischen family. '41' Glen Burt, 80 r Lifelong Area Resident Dies Funeral services for Glen Burt, 80, a lifelong resident of Kossuth county arid a farmer in the Swea City vicinity for many veers, were held at 9:30 a.m. this normng .(Thursday) at Armstrong. Burial was at St. John's cemetery, Bancroft, and .the Garry Funeral Home, Bancroft, was in charge of- arrangements. Father Montag of Ledyard. officiated. Mr ,Burt; died- Monday at the Fairmont Community hospital following a lingering illness. He was born at Algona and later farmed near Burt 'Lake, north of Swea Cityifor 32 years. He,and his wife.occupied the farm dwellings 1 there after his retirement. Besides his wife, he is survived by a, daughter, Mrs Clarence Enderson, Estherville, three grandchildren ^and a sister, Mrs Sadie Hopkins, Algona. CARD OF THANKS May we take this opportunity to express our appreciation for the thoughtful lloral tributes and expressions of , kind sympathy following • our recent bereave ment. The family of Mrs Agnes Laidley. ' 41 CARD OF THANKS I want to thank my relatives/ riends and neighbors for cards, nd flowers during my stay at Stf 'oseph's Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. Mrs Pat Hegarty. 41* Around Algona Everett Steven, -Leo . Steven, Fohn Hayes and Lewis Kelley went to Goldfield Sunday evening- .o attend a Methodist Men's Rally; ' ; m _ r ft | . 1|I Julie Ann ChrischilleS, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ted Chris- chilles, underwent a tonsillectomy Tuesday at St. Ann hospital. ; —o— Methodist high school ybung people had a hay-ride Sunday, evening. The group went to the, Stanley* Gardner farm where Ronnie Tschetter .led- a program around a campfire. Ed Mino and Joe Collier drove the tractors for the ride. ' ../.. 0 < Xi Xi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will meet Tuesday evening at the home of 'Mrs Clayton Pittman. Mrs Rex Voyles will give the program. —o— Mrs Rex Voyles was Hostess to the Den Mothers of Cub Scout Pack 70 at her home Monday evening. Mrs Allen Buchanan will be hostess to her bridge club this evening, (Thursday). ,_,_, L i_fy , ' ' Siu McFadden and Mr and Mrs red Schoby.of Britt spent several days of last week at the Al- ;ona Outing Club, cottage at C ass Mr and Mrs Frank Vera had as their, guests on Sunday, the latter's nephew and family, Mr and Mrs, Jim Malarky and, two children of Swea City. Emily Guy, Passes Here, Funeral Friday Funeral services for Mi's Emily Guy, 73, well-known LuVerne resident and mother of Mrs Andrew Johnson, Algona, will be held Friday at 2 p.m. in the Methodist church at LuVerne. Rev. Worthy Usher will officiate and burial will ' be in Riverview cemetery. Algona. The Blake Funeral Home, LuVerne, is in charge oi arrangements, •Mrs Guy had 'entered St. Ann hospital for treatment of a severe cold. She became suddenly worse and succumbed Tuesday afternoon. She was born Emily Jones Aug. 27, 1886 at Deer Park, 111 She lived in LuVerne" most of her life and operated a cafe there for several years. Later she , was' a cook for the school lunch pro gram. Her husband preceded her in death several years ago Surviving are two daughters Mrs Andrew (Mildred) Johnson Algona and Mrs Vietl (Thelma K^ipp, Coif ax; two sons, Ray Renwick and Melvin, Mitchell v|}le; two brothers, Joe R. Jones, Morris, 111. and David Jones, of Michigan; a sister, Catherine -Normandon, Colfax; 17 grand- phildren and 17 great-grandchildren. nd ' spent her r entire life... She as the daughter of Henry-'and da Luedtke -Behnke. Surviving are four sisters; Me- A and Delia at home; Mrs Armin Van Buren of Truro; and Mrs ftnard Lieb of Algona; and two >rothers, Rinard of Algona.and Walter, at home;. :.'. ; i^, iake, Minn. They- ashing poor. report the Mr and Mrs Don Prieskorn and son, Mark attended the Homecoming, game at Iowa-City .over the, weeeknd. Mr and Mrs Roger Phillips and Mr and Mrs Ray Anderson plan to go to Des Moines this-week-: end to see "My Fair Lady." They will be overni&ht guests of the Philips' son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Glen Frederickson. . Mrs Pat Hegarty has returned from " Fort Dodge where she underwent major surgery at St. Joseph's Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge. Funeral For Rosa Behnke Id Saturday Algona Upper Des Moines FARM SALE CALENDAR Complete farm sale advertisin service at the Algona Upper De Moines, including advertising bills, and free auction listing, bad weather forces sale postpone ment, your ad re-run withou charge for new sale date unde our original "weather insurance guarantee. See us for. early sale dates. An assortment of auction sales will be found in today's Upper Des Moines as follows: Oct. 15, Thursday -— Alfred Barslou & D. F. Perdue, 2 J .£ miles east of Burt, selling 91 head Holsleins and farm machinery, Fraser & Quinn, auctioneers; State Bank of . Ledyard, clerk, NOV. 12, Thursday — John L,enertz closing-out farm mach- nery sale. 7 miles south of Algona on 169. Yungeberg & Nornan Edge, auctioneers, Liyer- inore State Bank, clerk. Nov. 16, Monday — M. J. (Jodie) Cunningham clo'sing-out farm auction, featuring 18 Hoi- stein cattle and complete line of farm machinery, Located 1 Va miles south of Burt. Yungoberg & Quinn, auctioneers. Algona Upper Des Moines farm sale advertising reaches more farm homes each issue than any other advertising medium; sale date listings are free — when you pick your date, let us. know. Mr and Mrs L. L. Riter had as their weekend guest, the latter's aunt, Mrs A. J. Thomas of Le Mars. On Wednesday, Mr and Mrs Riler had as dinner guests Mi* and Mrs Charles' DeVries of Orange City. " , . , Mollie Sullivan, daughter oi Mr and Mrs W. W. Sullivan ias pledged Kappa Alpha Theta sorority Miami, junior. at Miami University, Ohio^, where she is a -o—• Infants baptized at SI. Cecelia's Catholic church were George John, son of Mr and Mrs Cecil Kuehenreuther; Mitchell James,', son of Mr and Mrs Christian";"J.' Miller and Defora Lynn, daughter, of Mr and Mrs Thomas ,C. Wolfe. Mrs George Wolfe has return-' ed from Chicago where she attended WSCS meetings. She was a delegate from Algonia. ...... Mr and Mrs Joe ' McFarland were among the Algonans attending the football game -at Iowa,. City over the weekend, ', Baptisms Sunday at First Presbyterian church were Richard Robert Pingel, son of Mr and Mrs Robert Pingel; Keith John, son of Mr and Mrs Arthur Van Ziden, and Larry Dean, son of Mr and Mrs Merle Teeter. _(").» Mrs Art Olson gave a birthday party Monday evening after school .for her son, Mark, for Rosa Anna held Saturday church Rey. , in As. Wedne$day :he was born GRID GUESSERS CONTEST Early Xmas Mailing , It .may seem early, but Postmaster W. W. Sullivan advises the period from Nov. 1 to is the best time to mail p'areels to overseas service personnel, or anyone else for that matter. Solid packing should also be observed. By OI' Man Mose Football guessing for last Saturday's games improved greatly, and a close battle was- staged for second and third place. But in first spot, with the only entry having 17 out of 20 picked correctly, was Hubert O'Brien of Bode, who always manages to win at least once during the season. He thus collects $7 — or will when we get around to writing a check, In second place was Blanche Sostak of Fredericksburg, Iowa, She picked 16 games correctly, and a high game total of 48 points. Miss Sostak is not on our subscription list but she certainly reads the paper somehow and gets- her entry in with a proper postmark, A tie for third developed between Lorain Smith and Mrs Robert Shillingion, both of Algona. Thus they will divide $3. They had 16 correct and a high game total of 52 points. The actual high game was 47, the Iowa S*Bte---South Dakota contest, But onlv a shade behind, also with 16 correct, were the following who place on the Honor Roll for the week; Sharon Kenvon, Jim Abbott, Mrs Orville Kinden- E- R, Mawdsley. Sig Wood. Kenneth Durant, Mrs B. J. Bradford, Mrs Garland Bradley, Merrill Walker, Robert Bradford. Ralph Moe. ell of Algona; Leona Hejlman of Bancroft; Mrs Arthur, Klein, Sexton.' • " . .-. .''•'. ' -•• "' • ' • .' i • And sharing the Mourner's Bench with seven games right out of 2Q, are J, J, Bradley and Virgil B. Grpen. bo$h of ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' .. .. The 15-14-13 right 'bracket was loaded with entries, ich were the largest in grand lota] this fall. Another round of games will be found » n ?he Grid Guessers p^ge ihis week, please rernember that no entries will fa judged are postmarked after 12 noon on Saturday. ARMOUR STAR READY - TO - 6AT Lb. HORMEL'S DAIRY RINELESS SLAB BACON.. Ib. 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