The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 19, 1946 · Page 3
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Itiesday,' February 1.9, 194(i. 'hittemore Friends Give A Party For Fred McWerther f* IWhittemofe: A number o lighbors nd friends of Fred Me verier pleasantly surprised him t his home la.st week Sunday Jcning on his birthday, Prgsert Vero Mr. and Mrs. Simon Weber Jfr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt tind Ion Raymond and daughters Itos 'ilia, and Evelyn Mr. and Mrs rtilton Efspc, Mr an,-) Mrs. John 3aas, Mr. and Mrs. Roinhnrc Behnke and daughter Ruth Ann Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harms, Mr find Mrs. Michael Bauman,.'.William Bauman, Mr. and MrB. R ^ochleau, Mr. . and Mrs. Alvin {innilz, Mr. and Mrs. MelVin sJier Hildebrand. five • hundred fWas played at six tables, Herman IVoigt and Mrs. Simon Weber twinning high, Mrs. Michael Bau|man and John Baas, low, travel Iprize also went to Mrs. W.eber. A f delicious lunch was served and |Mr. McWertcf \vas" pvilh many useful gifts. jMoving Changes ; Mr. and Mrs. Bert Seely moved £ to the Harry Seely farm. Gene y McCleish vacated the former W» : F. Reimers residence now owned by George Meyer, moved two miles east of town. The Meyers are redecorating and remodeling the house here before they move to town and retire fi;om their farm. Lawrence Meyer will move his family to his father's farm. Mr. and-Mrs. Milton Espe were Thursday evening dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Seely. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding, accompanied by Mrs. Rosa Schumacher, Bancroft, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck and family spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith. Mr. and Mrs. Werner Gade and family, West Bend, visited with the forr..er's father, August Gade, Simday afternoon. Howard Hedrick, who was recently discharged, spent the weekend with Bertha Ebert, and her father, Ernest Neuman. Milton Espe, Melvin Heinrich, James Dahlhauser, Henry Hatin, and Maynard Roeber, received their honorable discharges recently. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding attended the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and 'Mrs. Matt Kirsch, Bode, last week Sunday. Mrs. Kirsch is a sister of Mr. Reding. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dahlhauser received a long distance call Wednesday of the arrival of a grandson born Wednesday to Mr and Mrs. Edmund Dahlhauser of Elgin, 111. George Frost, who recently underwent an operation at the Kossuth hospital at Algona, was taken to Des Moines last week where he had another operation Monday at the Veteran's hospital. Mr, and Mrs, Milton Espq, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Hanson and son, Richard Hanson, the latter from Ames, Misses Rosella and Evelyn Volgt, Algona, were last week Sunday dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt. Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwith left last week Saturday morning by auto for Warren, O., to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Flannery, the former Mr. Flan- ndry Avefe buddies in the ninth army when overseas in Europe. Last .week Sunday visitors at -he Hugo Meyer home were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck and fam- ly, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred, Jriihh and family, and Mi-, and Mrs. Herbert Zumach and fam- ly. St. Paul's Lutheran Men's club held a regular meeting in the auditorium of the school Tues- lay evening. After the regular meeting the evening was spen playing 500. William Meyer Jr was a guest of the club. Edward Edwin, and Louis Greinert ana F. O. Hahn were on the serving committee. Mrs. Victor Dau entertained J women at her home Friday af ternoon. Present were: Mrs. Arthur Zinnel, West Bend, Mrs Anna Dau, Mrs. Hugo Meyer Mrs. Louis Greinert, Mrs. August Vaudt Sr., Mrs. August Vaucll Jr., Mrs. Edward Greinert, Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Mrs. Morlyr, Wegener, Mrs. Herbert Zumach, and Mrs. Wilbur Roeber. •Mr. and Mrs. rrdward Butler and family, Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rhode, Elmore, Minn.; Miss Clara Vaudt, Esthervillei Mr. and Mrs. August Vaudt Sr.; Mr. and Mrs. August Vaudt Jr., and family; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Vaudt and family, Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. John Strucker, fentoh; Mrs. Harold Behnke, Des VToines, and Y. 3-c. ' Eugene Vaudt, San Francisco, CaliCwere Sunday dinner 'guests at \he l^ouis Greinert home in honor of Mrs. Greinert's mother's birthday, Mrs. August Vaudt. , Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dahlhause were hosts at Sunday dinner in honor of their son James, whr was just recently discharged af ter serving his country three years. Present were Mr. anc Mrs. Raymond Mertz and family Mr. and Mrs. George Stewart anc family, Algona, Mr. and Mrs Henry Dahlhausor and family Mr, and Mrs. Paul Dahlhauser Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Montag and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Joynt and Arthur Dahlhauser West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Wachin and sons, Ottosen, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Waldschmidt, Fort Dodge. SWEA GIRL BRIDE IN MINNESOTA Swea City: Opal Work, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Work, Swea City, and Rollie E. Pierce if Winnebago, Minn., were marled at Winnebago Jan. 25. The couple were attended by Mr. and Vlrs. M. Pierce, brother and sis- er-m-law of the bridegroom. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Peterson re visiting their parents, the Jacob Petersons, and other relatives. ••• Alfred Anderson of Joliet, 111 .is visiting Mie homes of his chil dren Alfred E. and Cassie Ander son and Mrs. Howard Blair. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pehrson moved last week to Indianola where they will operate the farrr of Mrs. Pehrson's parents, Mi and Mrs. T. A. Butler. Mrs. Emil Larson ieft las week for Waterloo to be with her daughter Mrs. Gordon Graham Mr. Graham has been quite ill a a hospital from complications following flu. 'Lt. Roy E. Sravender, his wife and two children, have returned to Swea City, where Mr. Bravender plans to again become manager of the Bnwender clothing store, after receiving his discharge. The Rev. and Mrs. H. M. Youngquist, Mrs. Anna Larson and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Thoreson attended the installation services of the Rev. Emil Benson, at the First Lutheran church, Algona. last week, Mrs. George Iverson, Portland, Ore., visited at the T. F. Johnson home last week. Mrs. Iverson, a niece of Mrs. Johnson, had accompanied a relative to a hospital at Savannah, Mo., and came to Swea City before returning to her home in Oregon. Mrs. Frank Triompson, former bwea Cityan of Garrison, accompanied by her daughter Mrs. • '.me Broadway r.nd small claugh- ;er of Waterloo, visited the T. F. Johnsons and other friends in 3wea City Thursday and Friday. They also visited relatives at Fairmont, Ai'mst.-ong, Albert Lea and Algona. LESTER DeBOLT 'hone 308 118 N. Thorlngton Hobo Day Date Britt is again planning its annual Hobo Day, and August 27 has been selected for the event instead of the usual August 22 A show ,troupe has already been booked for the event. BODE ELEVATOR'S ANNUAL MEETING Bode: At the annual meeting of the Farmers Elevator Saturday afternoon three directors whose terms expired were reelected They were John Thul. John Bosman and M. A. Sorlein, Others serving on the board as directors arc Then* Olson, Thor Selvig, Harold Redding, Harry Nelson, Norman Pedersen, Irvin Olson. Edna Christiansen is bookkeeper, and those working in the elevator are John Rangved, Magnus Rangved, and Richard Rossing. Family Birthday Dinner A family birthday dinner was held for Mrs. Maggie Munson at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Berge Sunday evning at 6:30 and those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Edward Showers of Pocahontas, Mr. and Mrs; Edwin Showers of Humboldt, and Mr. and Mrs Harlan Berge and little daughter Patty, Builds Skating Rink L. J. Smidt has built a 45x100 roller skating rink at Bode. Legion Takes TTight At a meeting of the American Legion in the city hall Tuesday evening eight new members of World War II joined the Legion The meeting conducted by Eugene Lyons was followed by a smoker. Who Handles Your Real Estate? The ierm "Realtor" is not another name for "Real Estate Agent." _ It is a name which can be used only by persons in Ihe real estate profession who have qualified lo competently serve you in real eslate mailers as members of Ihe National tattf. £U| 0f H H 68 ^ E ; Sla i e B °/ rds throu 9 h ^eir member h"p •in Ihe local and Slate Boards. A "Reallor" is equipped lo Sri INTEREST! °™ ™ WG HE ™^™^H1S CL1- CALL HIM NOW * * KNOW HIM BETTER CONSULT HIM MORE!! Kossulh Counly Board of Realtors are: C. H. Oslwinkle, Algona E. H. Pillman, Algona C. E. Proclor, Garner Paul M. Seeley, Algona I. E. Worlman, Lakola C. R. Lai Barre, Algona N. J. Wolfe, Bancrofl John L. Campbell, Swea City Edward Capesius, Algona Joel M. Herbsl, Algona E. J. Hough, Algona H. D. Hulchins, Algona * W. A. Kennedy, Bancrofl C. W. Nicoulin, Algona Buy Bode Store M. J. Alfson, of Minneapolis has bought the Saveway store from Henry Lomen, and ha taken possession Monday morn ing. They have an apartment in the home of Mrs. H. C. Olson. Andy Olson is home from duties at Kinseth's store with a bad cold which developed into fly. Mrs. T. L. Schmidt and daughters Roberta and Paula spent Sunday in Burl with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore. Mrs. F. E. James and little son left early Saturday morning for Lily, S. D., where she will make her home until hnr husband is released from service. Corp. Milo Smith has returned to the States from Japan. He embarked from Yokohama on the U. S. S. Kenton, landing at Vancouver, Wash. He served in the army air corps intelligence division. Phylis Bakken, student at Lu- .her college, Decorah, refereed .wo games at Lansing, la., la.st Thursday night. It was the first .ime that a girl had ever refereed J game there, and they said it was beautifully Mrs. James Johnson has re* turned to her home in Omaha after a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Torgerson. Other guests at the Tbrgefson Monday were Mr. and Mrs. 1 mar Anderson and daughter Connie, also of Omaha. Radiator Repairing Material and Labor Guaranteed 48-hour Service Chefs Used Auto Parts Phone 371 Algona, la. BUILDING SUPPLIES — COAL Let the RED TRUCKS Serve You. 'mmm^^im^^^^m v ^ •• $£>, jp, •• ^ •;#?,. ; ^. r "• &; Public Auction 1 I will hold a closing out sale of my property on the farm located 1 mile north and 1 mile east of mgton, or 5 m.les southeast of Algona following the timber road, across from the Edw. MawSsley Fph 21 j JL C/M0 ^A Sale to Begin at One O'clock 59 Hestd of Livestock 59 34 Head of Cattle 34 1 Shoi;thonv bull, three years old; white face bull calf; black bull calf; 8 good grade cows some fresh fTfe°ed < Head of Horses 1 bay colt, two'years old; 1 gray mare; 1 gray horse. 22 - Head of Hogs About 15 bred sows, WiU farrow in May, 7 small pigs, . 300 LEGHORN PULLETS SAL E Having decided to quit funning I will sf>l) th« following property on in};, place whore'I now rcside~G miles north niul 114 inilo cast of Whittemore, r t milcssoiith and 114 mile east of Ponton, \% mile west of Lotts Creek store, on Tuesday, February 26 SALE STARTS AT 12 O'CLOCK Machinery f w "»otor, also cHUivfltoyj l*ft, djs<?j endgete seeder; old? JjU&Jigy yoke, nearly news 244 Allis Chalmers plowj Wt«h«eW maiwire new «d ^gan^a ^ '!*:^-'?.^^ ,._ ,;,.'' :,!•,•.".,;,..•..>.;.,;.,.' ..'..,.,„•'..:.•...'..,..''.,.>,".' . 48 - Head of Livestock . .. - 'I..-..: ______^^_ » ' ' ' 3 - Head of Horses - 3 One bay mare, smooth mouth, wt. 1500; buy marc !) yrs. old, wt. 1400; bay gelding 8 yrs, wt. IfiOO. 32 Head of Cattle 32 U milch cows, consisting: of 4 IJro^n Swiss, 1 Guernsey,' ({Shorthorns; 4 yearling steers; (J yearling heifers, 1 yearling ro»n hull, 1^-year-old Hereford bull; i) calves. 13 Hogs 13 ID.hrood sows to farrow by Aprlll, Farm Machinery, Etc, jKffiSiAjSi^SJK^y . 194J IVard's Twin Kow tractor, on gooa ruhher, »na c«UJvator} 10-80 jltcCormJck^T)eerJ«g practically new J5-ft. disc, used one season; SIcCormiek-Deeriug side delivery rajcej gift, Jfo WceriMg grain binder, good shane; JttcCorinicli.J)eerj|ig corn binder? HcPprnilck^Pefpinff inanure spread' er; McCormickfDeering mower; McCormick»J)eerlng endgat* seeder; Dane Jioy loader} 8»fi John Peere corn plHnter with 100 rods wire, also tractor hitch and truck; John Deere* 4-sec, spring tooth imrrow; ,jQltu Deere 8«.ft, ejevwtor with hoist «wd power jack; McCornifck«I)eeriiig 14'in, tractor plow> 4'sec, flexible drag with new hitch; 2 lO^t. discs; WeLavjii 3 singl^wwlt milker with pipe and sta cocks for 34 cows; McCorinick ftvo»r<nr cultivator; Xew Century sin^rpV «wltiv»t9r I Interuatidj»aJ 8, in, burr grinder; John Deere Imnd sheller; walking plow; 3 high- wheel wagons with Imesi! >tee| wsgon wiUi rack; low.wheeled silage rack; flfag cart; hob sled; dump r»ke; JCIlnper fanning niUIt 3'wweer trttiler; McCorinick cream separator; cooling tank; 2 tank J»e«tersf S s^ts ferejcUJng liar»ep| bftcfc paj littrnessj collars; milk cans and pails; «otary hog feeder? wooden feedeFj ^odeii^o ft reed hunk} M )i, j>, electric motor; electric brooder store f oil bmwr hrooder stove, ' gflbfj, sow Woven wire stretpJiep, ,•„»„,, juefcruost auger; sledge grindstone? Jog cliwinrhrooder hflwse VM6, »sed 8 seasons; some haled timothy hay and baled straw; about IS tftnsiBito,, . HOUS^HQLl) GOOPS-T-Eistm good electric car kveeperi JohnKOU lfi*Jn, nower lawii Bother articles too numerous to mention. • .'.:-"'•' " "*: : w ^^: f :^:"-, RnyJJ? Susfl or p* pur b»n|er, I, Albert Wm^m ^^i^^^^^^^mBr^,^, /,;. ^ •::\.:y : ' : '^^

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