The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 29, 1945 · Page 10
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£>AGE TWtL r tfM-+t?^^W*;;^ %t$y££$i$$'? : -&% M ^[i$j^fc^A MARTHA FOURAGE BRIDE OF HAROLD RISTAU, LDVERNE Lu Verne: Miss Martha Fourage of Lu Verne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Fourage of Livermore, became the bride of Har.- old Ristau, Sim of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ristau, Lu Verne, Sunday afternoon, Nov. 25, at 2 o'clock. The Rev. Louis Wittenburg performed the double ring ceremony before a large group of relatives and friends in the Zion Lutheran church. Lohengrin's Bridal Song was played by Werner Horn as the bridal party entered the church nnd Mendelssohn's Wedding March was used at the recessional. Mrs. Edward Behnkendorf of Lu Verne was her sister's matron nf honor. Edward Behnkendorf, brother- in-law of the bride, was best man. Francis Hint? of Lu Verne und George Ribbentrop of Titonka were ushers. After the ceremony a reception for the bridal party and relatives was held in the church parlors. The dinner was prepared by Mrs. Charles Hintx, Mrs. Albert Voss, Mrs. EHmef, Emery and Mrs. Fred Schneider. Waitresses were Selma Behnkendorf of Bode, Ruth Wegfter, Nadine Wittenburg, Ellnifid: Hinz, Cora and Elnora Rfsta'ii of Nora Springs, Dorothy. Grills of Mason City and Mildred iLehtsch of St. Joe. The bride attended school in Livermorc 'And for the past several years has made her home in Lu Verne. The groom attended schools in the Lu Verne vicinity, and ho 1 ' filst recently received his honorable discharge from the army after having spent four years in the service. After a short wedding trip they will be at home with his parents. thank offering services which were held Sunday evening In the Evangelical church, . Progressive Club Mfel— The Progressive club met Tuesday evening nt the home of Vtiss Stephanie Cowling and Miss jenora Roland as assistant host- ss. A book review on "The Gauntlet" was given by Mrs. Arnold Hjelle. The remainder of the evening was spent playihg •500." Lunch was served by the hostesses at the close of the evening. Enlertain Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hefti entertained at Thanksgiving dinner Thursday in their home. Those <iH.««ndin? the dinner were: Mrs. Gilbert Hefti and two daughters of Webster City, Mr. and Mrs. William Hofti of Goldfield, Mr. and Mrs. John Zimmerman of Goldfield, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Clancy of Ha*dy, Mr. and Mi-s. Dudly Blesise, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hi-fti and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hefti and Mr. John Hefti, all of Lu Verne. Missionary Speaker Miss Justine Granner, a missionary stationed for many years in China, wus guest speaker at the As we are dissolving partnership, we will sell the following described property at public auction to the highest and best bidder at the farm located 6 mils? south and 3 miles east of Buffalo Center, Iowa; and four and ons-half miles north and 1 mile east of Woden, Iowa, on Tuesday, December 4 Sale to start promptly at 11:30 a. m. Lunch wae:on on grounds 31 Head Registered Purebred fn High Grade Cattle 10 Head of Registered Black Jtatms Cows A REAL BUNCH OF COWS—AS GOjOD OF RLOOD AS YOU'LL FIND ANYWHERE! OELKE'S MARSHALL—Sire: Blue. Ribbon Marshall S; Dam: Jenelte M. B. 27". The following cows bred by Harold E. Hove, Bricelyn, are all sired by Paradise WbiltFer Duke. BEAUTY 31" of SCOTLAND YARD: Dam, Beauty 3" of Scotland Yard; ETHIOPIA 21" of SCOTLAND YARD: Dam, Ethiopia 2" of Scotland Yard; ETHIOPIA K. of SCOTLAND YARD: Dam, Ethiopia of Strathmore; BEAUTY A. of SCOTLAND YARD :Dam, Beauty of Scotland Yard; JUNIPER of SCOTLAND YARD: Dam, June of Scotland Yard; MARSHALL DUCHESS OF SCOTLAND YARD: Dam: Marshal Jane of Scotland Yard; LADY BESS of SCOTLAND YARD: Dam, Myrtle of Scotland Yard; BAR BAR MARSHALL'S BLACKBIRD J: Dam, Bar Bar Marshall's Blackbird H; BAR BAR MARSHALL'S BLACKBIRD H. 2": Dani, Bar Bar Marshall's Blackbird; ANNIE 2" of EDEN: Dam, Annie of Eden. These Angus cows all have calves at side. 7 Head of Purebred Black Angus hulls of serviceable age. 2 Head of Yearling Heifers. Papers can be furnished with all of the above stock. Don't miss this sale. 7 Head of Good High Grade Holstein Milch Cows. 3 Holstein heifers, fresh. 2 Holstein yearling heifers. All cattle have been Bang's vaccinated. SIX HEAD OF HORSES Team of blue roans 7 and 8 years old; span of grey geldings; saddle horse; 2-ycars-old colt. NINE HEAD OF SHEEP 5 head of Purebred Shropshire ewes; 3 head of lambs; 1 Purebred buck. Farm Machinery, Nearly New Wood Bros. 26-inch separator all steel threshing machine; John Deere 44-ft. all steel elevator complete with hoist and speed jack; 3 steel running gears; 1 wood wagon; 1 flare top box; 2 36-inch wagon boxes; 4-wheel trailer on rubber; 2 tractor cultivators F-20 and F-30; McCormick- Deering single row corn picker; 3 single row cultivators; McCormick-Deering 10-ft. power binder; 2 hay racks; 2- row beet plow; 2 45-bu. hog feeders; pressure hog waterer; 20-ft. McCormick-Depring tractor disc; 8-ft. Rock Island disc; new McCormick-Deering 16-in. slat bottom plow; McCormick-Deering 3-14 plow; McCormick-Deering electric separator; 10-in. Fairbanks-Morse hammer mill; 2 drive belts, 75 ft. and 100 ft.; 8x10 pump house; 3 electric l k h. p. motors; hand corn shelter; McCormickTDeering milking machine complete with double units, pipe line and electric motor; 2 feed bunks; hay rake; 175 feet of hay rope; 6 hay slings; beet drill; McCormick-Deering corn binder; steam hog cooker; 4 brooder houses; 3 electric .brooders; 2 sets of harness; 2 John Deere corn planters No. 999 with 160 rods of wire; 3 flexible drags; 11-foot spring tooth harrow; McCormick-Deering endgate seeder; Papec ensilage cutter 17- in. complete with 40 foot of pipe; No. 7 fertilizer attachment for a John Deere planter; miscellaneous other items USUAL TERMS—Make arrangements with your banker. property to be removed until settleq for. JOOS BROTHERS, Owners . . Mrs. Anna Chfistenseri and scfft Albert of Westbrook, Minn., Mrs?: Hannah Jarsen of Chicago, Ilty' Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ghristensen, Mrs. William Moeding, Barrel •md Margaret were Thanksgiving day guests at the homo of Mr. md Mrs. A, T. Skow in Rutland. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hefti had as their 1 dinner guests Sundayy ifer: parents Mr. and .\ Mrs, A* Jaggy, her sisters Juanita and 'Jorma, all of Humboldtt r her brother Wayne, a student at Ames, Mrs. Gilbert He/tl and R. T. DeVries * Sow, Farmers Trust & Savings Bank. Clerk ' 48* Plan Party Dec. 5 Circles 1, 2 and 3 of the Methodist W. S. C. S. will hold a hristmns party Wednesday afternoon December 0 in the church parlors. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Krusc of Storm Lake visited Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Toohey. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Emery of Fort Dodge visited Sunday at the home of her mother Mrs. Helena Stripling. Miss Selma Behnkendorf of Bode was a weekend guest at the homo of her mother Mrs. Emilie Behnkendorf. Mrs. Edward Grccnway of St. Louis, Mo., is visiting at the homo of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Ellis. Miss Phyllis Lichty of Mason City spent the weekend visiting at the home of her parents Mr. und Mrs. Phil Lichty. Postmaster J. L. Lichty spent several days in Rochester visiting his wife who is going through lh» Mayo clinic there. Marian, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rusher, is a medicai .patient in the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Surby of Waterloo were weekend guests nt .the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Phil Henderson. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lichty «:pent the weekend vis'.linu at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Caul William:- in Charles Citv. Mrs. Emily Guy was a Thanks- yiving day guest at the home of her niece and family Mr. and :Vl<'s. Albert Lau in Algona. Mrs. William Ristau and Mrs. William Moeding attended a county meeting of the Red Cross which was held Tuesday in Algona. Miss Betty Ramus returned to Des Moines Sunday after visit; ng a few days at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Otto Rumus. Rev. and Mrs. Walter Discher and son Paul of Clarinda *were -iver nipht guests Sunday at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Louis Wittenburg. Miss Regina Laubcnthal of Mason City was a Thanksgiving day guest at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Laubenlhal. •_;„ ** The Comrade Sunday scnool class of the Evangelical church met Wednesday evening at the country home of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Marty. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Voss and family of Webster City visited Sunday at the home of their daughter and family Mr. and Harvey Will. Lillian Meyer, Cadet Nurse from Des Moines, spent the weekend visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Meyer. Gerald Schipull, a freshman at Iowa State college at Ames, visited over the weekend at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Schipull. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sanford and family spent Thanksgiving day at the home of their daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Irvin McGowen in Ellsworth. Miss Norma Jean Hanselman, who is attending business college at Forest City, was a weekend guest at the home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Charles Hanselman. Mrs. Anna Christensen and son Albert of Westbrook, Minn., spent a few days visiting at the home of her sister and brothers- in-law Mr. and Mrs. Harry Christensen. Mr. and Mrs. DeRay Godfrey and son Robert of Mason City visited Sunday afternoon at the home of his mother, Mrs. Olla Godfrey, and with his sister Rubye. Miss Esther Merkle accompanied by her father George Merkle, went to Paton, Iowa, Sunday evening, where Esther was speaker at services in the Evangelical church. Superintendent and Mrs. J. Arnold Hjelle and sons spent from Thursday until Sunday visiting at the home of Mrs. Hjelle's mother Mrs. Edna Peterson in Storm Lake. Mrs. Hanna Jarsen returned to home in Chicago the latter part of the week after visiting at the home of her sister and brother- in-law Mr. and Mrs. Harry Christensen. Laura Mae and Rose Ann Christensen, daughters of Mr and Mrs. Harley Christensen ol Fort Dodge visited for a\ few days at the home of their grandmother Mrs. Anna Hanselman. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Merkle anc family visited at the home of hei mother Mrs. Emma Lehman in Boxholm, Sunday. Mrs. Merkle also saw her brother, 1st. Lieut Earl Lehman whom she hadn'i seen for two and a half years. Guests over the weekend a the home of Mr. and Mrs. Her! Ramus were Mrs. Ramus' mother Mrs. Lawrence Seim and her brothers Charles and Larry, her sister Frances Seim and he; nephew Gary Finholdt, all of Decorah. Mv. and Mrs. Matt Baumgart- recently received a telephone call from their son Lawrence saying that he had arrived in Boston and that he would be home soon. Lawrence ia in the army and has been stationed sea's. ft ith of Mrs. cWdW "Hil iaf;Gdldfieldy,Mft Irid Mrs, Allfen 3£a$rnuis'eh' • and •• Wtftlly 6f ' land ftnd r and siva Mm 0ft Robei'i Kirtse'hV-Si 2-e, ' leave at the home 6f his last week; aftef finishing his navy boot training at Sa'ft' Difcgo. ' ttis sistfcr Mafjoric pf Chicago, wa's also home for, a Week's visit. 5 ' ' , , charge from the navy, ftt the for Qtturtvwa where fte o Htimlctbl,dl.; S^.V!!!S!^!S?!!!SSr!!-^^ . ' :y B''?, : .*S^'. 1 '' 1 f- vl "' ; "'" - : : ^ .. ^;>-:^\v. \-/^^''^^^iiu^^^^^^tttiMliMttttiUW^tf 7r''..'^||^^v. jttjiWili^'-jW'-.V'' '>-A<. •"•-."; ^-^pT'V--- ^i$* :' ;< Jfel. M'^ "IT'S Up!) YOU AND ME to make certain thejr America is strong "'.'•?.; :)•' . .. prosperous.." SSh^. Ki-A SS«ixj*«? 'SSSSKSSiSKSS* SW§:Sg ll&aiJlJ&L fi&S&S&J PROTECTING AMERICA'S FUTURE li • many- tided job... one that 1 ! uplo all of m. Ifqr instance, your'money in Victory Bpnda will help to continue the planning «nd research that shortened the war... and will assure the peace t MR VICTORY LOAN .., YOUR DOLLARS IN VICTORY BONDS are needed to protect our country in another way. By buying bonds, we help keep the lid on prices of scarce poods ... help prevent runaway inflation with its sure follow-up of depression. HELP I WANTED: THE ROAD BACK from war will be eased for our fighting men by our pin-chase of Victory Bonds note. Held by millions of Americans, bonds Vil) provide a solid reserve of buying power to Mf ore steady jobs for returning Veterans. NATIONAL SECURITY, and your own punonal •eeerity, are both served by Victory Bond p«r». 1 : chores. Victory Bonds provide o reserve for jro* •' for farm improvements later.. .in a nation kept. healthy and prosperous by Bond invest menu I , This Space is Contributed to Our Country by Algona Bakery J ', Algona Coffee Shop ' , ,, Algona Co-Operative Creamery Co. •"'.-.- •" ' Algona Federal Savings &• Loan Ass'n ' ''.' '. Algona Flour & Feed Co', ' Algona Greenhouses Algona Hardware, O. F, Peterson. Algona Hoiel • Algona Ice Crearh Factory .< .... Algona Implement Co. Algona Laundry & Dry Cleaners Algona Maytag Store . Algona National Farm Loan Ass'n ',", Algona Produce, John Crewman Algona Skelgas • Service, Deen, Prop. • '." Algona Upper Des Moines Allen Motors Dr. E. J, Anderson ! Arnold Motor Supply Barry's Recreation Parlor';' H, W, Becker Sporting Store ;'.'; Ben Franklin Store Bjuslrom Furniture Cp. >•• H. S. Blossom Ins, Agency ( ,' , , L, S. Bohannon Ins. Agency . ' Borchardt's Drug & ^WOWX '•• Bolsford Lumber Co. : • • Dr. M. G, Bourne ?" Bradley Bro»« Implements / -: ; Brown's Dairy Store / '> ' • R, E, Bushnelk White Fron|.fj(« ? ern. T • '.-•>••' • : CaJ) and, Iowa The»trf»,» f ,,\ Ed ©?£«»,«,!* • - : [ •'-/'. Chrischilles' < Chrisiensen's Chrome Service & Cafe Clement & Briggs Barber Shop . Coast to Coast Store Cpnsumers Wholesale Council Oak Store Cowan Building Supply Co, 'Dr. C. H, Cretzmeyer Dau Garage and Body Shop .Dinette — Paul Hu4son Druggists' Mutual Ins, Co. of Iowa Putch's Super Service- Dr. A. J» Easoq Elk Cleaners & Furriers European Hotel, R, A, Johnson, Mgr, Finn's Bakery Foster Furniture Store FOJ« & WbUcel, Veterinarian!? 1 Furjk & Deim Qalbraith Pool Hall "QsriRble Store ' Jjeiirich Radio Shop Graham Pepartmeni Store Greenberg Auto Supply Mel B, Grjffin, Raesly Lumber ' . Groile Cafe Hub Clothiers H. D. Hutchins, Farm Sales Hutchison & Hutchison Huxiable Home and Auto Supply Iowa State Bank* K. D.' James, Drugs Duene Jensen, 7-Up Kent Metor Co t * Kirk AwtQ Co. Klemp's Service Station KoWh&as, Hardware Kossutb County Advance Kossuth County Credit Bureau Kossuih County 'Hatchery Kossuth County ImpUment Store Kos5»th C.oun$y Mutual Fire His. Co, 5; ,, , National Tea ; Co. _ • James Neville S.hoe Store F, S, Ngrton * Son NortpnJWwhine Wciks Ohnesorge Drug. Store O, K.,Rubbe? WehJers Perciva} Motois Of rage Pioneer HiBre4 Sef a. Corn, Co, Potter 'VpcMW V> >F' ; * :; ; •' .•-''"',.;,• Pratt Electri? St9re. . Ray's Jack Spra|'§i<jr9 ' .Richardson Sajgent . Laina.Si Dr, Cong'* ' , Dr, q, -C' n$m*< : Podiatrist ShiU« BrownbUt Shoe Slore . Lusby & Giossl 8{ E, J, Hough «^|ei»btte Bw&rSJlSWi J wm*s *fe»|s*s* S?****S' ; Cent .|fwJteg&A-;:.;, •,1 :Y •:; S;-,;:,, •- ^S'fe^W^flrtiflii; jf«&!*^fi; ; ; I V I

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