Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 20, 1966 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 20, 1966
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Linda Farrow is married to Irvington man Irvingten — In a simple Wedding ceremony Linda, daughter of the Milton Farrows, Algona, and Stephen, son of Clarence Canaday, of the Irvington area, were married at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Methodist church, Algona, with the ftev. Newton Coughenour officiating in double ring ceremony. They were attended by Nancy Leigh and Bill Holcomb. Organ music was by Mrs. Coughenour. Aftet the ceremony a reception, was held at Van's .Cafe. Both are 1965 graduates of the Algona high school. They are now at home at .the Van Buren Motel. He recently attended the Universal Trade School, at Omaha, and is how employed at Ren's auto service. She is employed at the Honsbruch drug store. ATTEND WEDDING Many friends and relatives of this area attended the Wedding Jan. 17 of Howard Eischen, sort of the Edward Eischens, Lu Verne, and Betty Gatton, daughter of the Harold Gattons, Algona, in the' St Benedict church with the Father Nicholas Ruba officiating. The wedding dinner and reception was held at the VJ\W. Hall, Algona, with a large attendance. ALGONA (Ibwn) ADVANCE THURSDAY. JAN. 20, 1966 SHOWER IS GIVEN A miscellaneous shower for Engaged MR. AND MRS. Wayne Lynch Fenton, announce the engage ment and approaching marriage of their daughter, Eileen, to Le on John GeitzenaUer, son o: Mr/ and Mrs. Lorenz Geitzenau er, Lone Rock. Miss Lynch is a graduate of St. John's high school of Bancroft, and is a student at La- James beauty school in Mason City. Mr. Geitzenauer graduated from Sentral high school of Fenton and is attending Hamilton Business College in Mason City. The wedding date has been set for Feb. 12 in St. John's Catholic church at Bancroft. Linda Farrow and Stephen Canaday was held in the Methodist church basement Wednesday sponsored by 20 hostesses with 79 attending. Mrs. Russell Csin- aday, .accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Richard Mawdsley, sang two solos. Readings were given by Roxanne Schade and Mrs. Harold Sabin. U.P.W. met in the church dining room last Thursday afternoon at the Irvington church. Study was begun on. the book "A Reluctant Missionary"; • Mrs. Blanche Lage was m Fort Dodge Sunday to see grandson, Michael, a patient at Lutheran hospital having had surgery for a hernia last week Friday. Michael is a son of the James Lages. The Richard Fellins have a 5 Ib. 12 oz. son born•' at 'the Emmetsburg hospital January 17. The Fellins have one other son, Joe; Mrs. Pellin is the former Janet Davis. —The Harold Colwells went to Iowa Gity Saturday and Harold entered the hospital for treatment on one leg. Harold was a patient at St. Ann hospital a few. weeks ago after he had injured both legs in a fall while at work. At that time the leg that had been most severly injured was treated for infection and a blood clot. Recently the other leg began to swell and became painful. The Herman Beckers were in Sioux City over the weekend visiting the Richard Farrells. The Allen Darbys were Sunday guests at Dick St. John's. Marineus Hansen, who has been making his home here with the Charles Reapers, left Monday for Roland, where he will spend several weeks with his sister, Mary Larsen. Mr. Hansen is a brother-in-law of Mrs, Reaper, The Lloyd Muellers, Wilmington, 111., returned home Thursday. The Muellers had been visiting his sister, the Marvin Eischens, and also attended the wedding of the Marvin Eischen son, Jack Frideres, and Pat Ricke, daughter of the George Rickes, Wesley, January 11. The Jack Frideres left Saturday for Wilmington, 111., where they will make ther home. Mr. Frideres is employed as a plumber at the arsenal there. Fun and Do Club met Jan. 12 at Eulalia Altman's, Algona. Guests were Mrs. Connie Kohlhaas, Mrs. John Roeder and Mrs. John Altman, Jr. At 500 prizes went to Rita Frankl, Evelyn Froehlich, Deloris Kramer and Mrs. John Roeder. The next meeting will be at Wilmar Arndorfer's Feb. 9. Guests at Durwood Walker's Jan. 12 for Kevin's 6th birthday were Tommy and Mathew Dole, sons of the John Doles, Billy, Mike, and Jackie, sons and daughter of the Bernard Nilles, all of Irvington. The grandpar- enfe, the Charles Reapers, called in the evening. Thursday callers at the Walker home were the Merlin Walkers, Algona. Mrs. Estella Seip returned last Thursday after several weeks with her daughter, the Major Batts, Newburgh, N.Y. She left New York by train Jan. 4 sad went to Renssefeer, Ind- where she visited a week with MeiMjs, Mrs. Hjael Tobin and Mrs. i#)m Weber. . „ Mrs. Estelia Seip and Mrs. weat to Briti Satur- evening for the wedding of Robert Haag and Marcella Bird at the Evangelical Free church. Robert is a cousin of Mrs. Seip. The Roger Batts were Sunday guests of Mrs. Estella Seip. Saturday callers at Durwood Walker's were Mrs. Walker's sister, Mrs. Dean Culbertson, and children, Lone Rock. Truck driver injured; three other accidents One person was injured and charges were filed as highway patrolman Charles Bird in.yes- ;igated four accidents the pa.°t week. An Estherville driver for the United Parcel Service of DCS Moines suffered a^ cut on his hand and face and was treated at St. Ann hospital in a collision of two tractor-trailers 4Vz miles south of Algona on highway 169 at about 7:55 a.m. Saturday. The other truck was driver by Walter Vanderwell, Hull, and his machine had $450 in dam age while the Parcel truck had $300 in damage. Ross was charged with failing to yield one-half of the roadway when his machine went over into the opposite lane after he went to sleep at the wheel. A CAR driven by Kenneth E. Summers, Burt, struck a cow about 10:45 a.m. six miles north of Algona on the Plum Creek jlacktop last Tuesday morning. He came over a hill and could not avoid hitting the animal, which was owned by Kent Seely. The Burt car had extensive damage. A Whittemore woman, Kathleen Detrick, escaped injury when her car hit an icy spot in the highway and she lost control. The machine hit a reflector on the bridge just wesl of Algona on highway 18 about 2:50 p.m. Saturday. The machine had about $75 in total damage. BIRD CHECKED another ac cident last Tuesday afternoon about 3:15 p.m. on the east edge of Algona near the Rob 4-H News Terry Sahin.-Reporter is tarry ^Farrell. Gene Heimers gave a Bancroft — Sgt. Joel Vollmar, Bancroft, is home on, leave Rochleau. WESLEY BOYS The Wesley Boys 4-H had an annual pancake supper for fathers January 12 at Joe Skow's. There was a good turnout. Larry Kunkel 1 was chosen as king candidate and Jerry Martinek as queen candidate for Fun night. They decided to have a junior and senior 4-H basketball team.. Reporter is Jerry Martir nek. CRESCO BOYS The Cresco Boy's 4-H met January 17 at 8 p.m. in the Ex tension office. Talks were given by Marilyn Roethler and David Sabin. Dean Teeter gave material for talks and Harold Bosworth spoke on calf weigh ins. Lunch was served by Step hen and Larry Rochleau and ALGONA A.O.K. Algona A.O.K. club met at Diane Logue's Jan; 8. Hostesses were Mrs. Logue and Mrs. Menneke. Guests were Mrs. Studer and Mrs< Schlievert. New leaders are Mrs. Berger and Mrs. McEvoy. New members are Becky Meyer, Merri Laittg, Judy Taphorn, Barb Schievert, Jen- Viy Limbatigh, Susan Kinseth, ( and Defuse Montag. The New Years Eve party was discussed. Fun night was discussed, and Janis Haag was elected queen candidate. Judy Berger, Sharon Menneke, and Mary Jane Berger gave talks. Leader presentation was the sewing box, pro- grain discussion, good grooming, monthly awards, and goal sheets. Activity was a picture for good grooming. Music and recreation were led by Terry demonstration. Reporter is Janis Haag. RAHE HOME SOLD Bancroft — The Bab Rahc home here Was sold to Rosemary Dudditig recently, with possession Feb. 1. The. Rahes vill move to the Rudy Rahe 'arm, which was purchased from Ida and Wilblirge Naber> The Robert Skillings were visitors last week with her parents, Ray Fitches, Burt. Farewell given for Baptist pastor A farewell was given Thurs day evening at Regular Baptist church for Pastor Arthur Hicks and family, and Mike Huberer both of whom are moving out of town. The Hicks family are moving to Topeka, Kans., where Rev. Hicks will pastor the Faith Baptist church, and head • a building program in .the spring. Mike Huberer has been employed at KLGA radio station as an announcer. He will be.employ- ed at the Northwestern college; radio station at Fargo, N. D., in the same capacity. Refreshments were served at the close of the evening, and both honorees were presented with gifts. PIKE — John Goldhorn and Benny Siems, Aplington, went fishing' New Year's day and there was plenty of water running In Beaver and West Fork. Several 'fish were caught and one was a 10 pound northern pike. COMPLETE PUBLIC AUCTION 1 will sell at Public Auction my trucks, shelling equipment and my regular personal farm property located on the farm two miles north of Estherville Mobil Station on Highway 17, then 2'/4 miles east; or two miles east of Estherville on Highway 9, then three miles north, l k mile east. WEDNESDAY, 26 SALE STARTS AT 12:15 P.M. Lunch Wagon on the Grounds from the Army with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vollmaf. He sefved just over a year ih Korea. He and his wife will fly to Oklahoma Friday of this Week Where they will pick Uj? a trailer home and he will report to Fort Bragg, N.C. He will apply for officers candidate school there. ger of the Coop: Elevator, is announcing an Ag chemical dh Herbicides atld ins ai thfe Elevator Jan. 24, i;30 p.m. 0r. Clisszins of Consumers . Cooperative Association will have charge. Refreshments will be served. __ Advert!** in thft Advance — largest PAID etreuUtlonI inson Construction driveway. A car driven by Virgil Roach, Algeria, and a pickup truck driven by Frank Mittlieder, Algona, collided when the truck was turning left just as Roach was about to pass. There was about $150 total damage but no charges were filed. Backs car on fire at city dump The Algona fire crew answered two calls, one Sunday night and another Monday noon. Sunday evening they were called to the city dump. John Rbsen- stiel made a trip to the dump with garbage and attempted to back close to a fire to empty it. The back window of the car was frosted over and he backed the vehicle on top of the burning refuse. Then he couldn't get off when the car became stuck. The department was call ed to put out the fire. One tiro was burned but the rest of the auto was not damaged. Monday noon firemen went to the home of Mary Lallier on East North street. The motor on the washing machine burned but, causing some smoke damage. TRUCKS — 1960 Cab forward 2-ton Chev. truck, complete with Swartz hoist, Steffen 16-ft. comb, grain and stock box. Truck has 5-speed transmission and 2-speed axle; 1959 Cab forward Chev. 2-ton truck, complete with Swartz hoist, Omaha 16-ft. comb, grain and stock rack, 4-speed, 2-speed ^xle; 1959 El Camino Chev. nick- up, power steering and power brakes motor like new; 1950 Chev. 2-door car. j TRACTORS — Me. model 460 tractor, comp. with fast hitch, 3-way hydraulic, live power, power steering, fluid in tires. New heavy gears in fear end. (Tractor like new, complete in every way); 1952 Oliver model 88 with live power. COMBINE — Me. model 403 combine, comp. with cab, heater, grain tank extension (100-bu. cap.) radiator extension for extra cooling, trash knives to cut grass from rolls. Heavy duty cylinder^ large tires with heavy duty rims. 13-ft. header with hume reel and love bar. Hydraulic lift on reel, 4-row corn head. SMELLING EQUIPMENT — 1964 Minn.-M. model 1210 corn sheller (latest model), comp. with Minn-M. power unit with large motor This sheller is mounted on Int. Model A-160 1957 truck. Extra drag sections, large amount of new and used sheller parts. Many corn rakes. Sudenga auger with motor (portable). MISCELLANEOUS — Riding lawn mower; Forney electric welder; Knipco model F-88 (new); 6-in. Skill Saw; Vz -in. electric drill; 6 or 12-volt battery charger with booster; hydraulic jack; electric motor with buffer and grinder; tap-and die set; two steel tanks with built-in hog waterers; tank heater; egg washer; gas brooder stove many tools, bolts; electric fencer; some oil and grease, etc. POWER MACHINERY — Massey-Harris 12-ft. wheel tandem disk with 18-in. blades; Oliver 3-bottom 14-in. or 16-in. trip bottom plow Case model 75 tractor manure ..spreader, used very little; Oliver 4-row tractor cultivator; J. D ; 490 4-fow planter; Case 3-bottom 14-in. tractor plow; Mc.-D. 7-£y< tractor mower; Allis-Chalmers model C, 2-row cultivator; Tuny tractor endgate seeder; Stan Hoist'manure'loader with snow bucket; Oliver 13-ft. spring-tooth harrow.' '*- * ~—.-* - - -• — OTHER MACHINERY — Little Giant 48-ft. wide-type elevator; speed jack; Energy hydraulic hoist; 4-secti on lever flexible harrow with Noble evener; Case rubber-tired wagon with box; Sears rubber-tired wagon with hoist and box: rubber-tired wagon with large box; J. D. endgate seeder; Minn.-M. side delivery rake. HOUSEHOLD ITEMS — Gas stove, coffee tables and other miscellaneous household goods. ; BUILDINGS — 12 x 16,-ft. hog house with plank floor, in excellent condition; 12 x 14-ft. brooder house. FEED.— 200 bales of straw. Auctioneers' Note: This is the sale to attend, with combine, sheller, trucks and tractors, all in excellent condition. Balance of machinery i& in good working order. Many good shop tools. See you at 12:15 sharp January 26. Usual auction terms. Not responsible for accidents. No property to be removed until settled for. W. L. KRIER, owner Burns, Clark & Clark. Auctioneers Iowa Trust & Savings Ban!<, Estherville, Clerk NOW IN PROGRESS COST CUT LIVI Saturday Jan. 22! HURRY IN FOR HUNDREDS OF BARGAINS! HONSBRUCH DRUG "YOUR ALGONA REXALL DRUG STORE" READ'S MOVING LIQUIDATION SALE 3 Cherry Lamp Tables - $64.95 ea. 2 Antique White Tables $59.95 ea. 36" Round Walnut Coffee Table, 49.95 2 Cherry Drawer Tables - $49.95 ea. 2 Traditional Lamp Tables - $54.95 1 Extra Long Coffee Table - 69.95 1 Slat Bench Table, 60" - 39.95 1 Oiled Walnut Coffee Table -49.95 MODERN FRENCH ITALIAN STYLES. Closeout Now $ 29.88 each Hurry and Save! CROUP OF 20 TABLE LAMPS 1 Tall Decorator Lamp - blue - 29.95 ClOSCOllt NOW 2 Traditional Table Lamps -19.95 ea. 8 Tall Table Lamps, 3-way - 24.95 ea. 1 Provincial Lamp - 24.95 Some Lamps in Pairs- All 3-way Reading Lamps $ 12. each Hurry! FAMOUS SEALY SOFA BEDS 2 - BROWN NYLON 1 - OLIVE NYLON Reg. 129.95 2 - BROWN NYLON Reversible Cushions Reg. 139.95 HIGH BACK ROCKERS . . . . . . $ $ 98.88 each ] 18.88 64.88 each Colonial Pillow Back Sofa Closeout Now Printed Fabric — Reg. $349.95 — Top Quality Styling lop uuaiity Myimg ^ ^m Ex. Long Contemporary Sofa | Selig — Olive Scotchguard — Reg. $219.95 Flexsteel Wing Sofa 3 Cushion — Olive — Foam Rubber — Life-Time Springs — Reg. $299,95 each Your Choice Chairs In Pairs - PAIR CHAIRS Reg. 180.00 - PAIR ONAIRS R»|- 140.00 1 - PAIR ONAIRS R«. 1W.OO Closeout Now 98.88 $ A Pair SAVE NOW On Time Values! READ'S FURNITURE and CARPETS, Inc. ALGONA, IOWA

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