The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 17, 1946 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 17, 1946
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. ,Wrr - - vfi&jjffVR ,-» ,' t, ,* ', PAGE SIX MOINE9, Sixty Women Pay Respects at Lone Rock Shower Last Week Lone Rock: A miscellaneous shower was hold Wednesday evening in the Lone Rock church parlors in honor of Mrs. Jesse M: Blanchard Jr. There were around fiO guests present. Out* of town guests were: Mrs. Harold Angus of Burl; Mrs. Gerald Angus of Bancroft, Mrs. Chester Almo, Shirley and Janico Vinaas of Oltosen. The program consisted of a few sok'd .pieces read hy Hek'ii Jensen, a few musical pieces by Donald Jensen, and a of riddles Ihr; guests fj.n 1 - ticipated in. A prize for it was given to Mrs. Jack Quinn. The gifts were opened by Mrs. Blanchard with her two sister-1 in-laws, Mrs. H. A. Blanchard and Mrs. Alfred Schultz assisting her. A lunch was served by the hostesses: Mrs. Ervin Wetzcl, Mrs. Henry Hartwell, Mrs. Alex Krueger, Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Mrs. Fred'k Schultz, Mrs. C. F. Sehullz,' Mrs.' H. A. Blanchard, Mrs. W. G. Flnig,. Msr. Frank Flaig, Mrs. Fred Genrich, Mrs, Evelyn Earing, Cecil Scogctaarth, Mrs. W. C. Heiter, Mrs. Wm. Schrader, Mrs. W. J. Cotton, Mrs. Glenn Householder, Mrs. Art Priebe, Mrs. Alfred Schultz. Honor Margaret Gladstone Mrs. A. , E; Jorgenson entertained the following ladies at a dinner Thursday evening in horn or of Margaret Gladstone: Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Mrs. Harry Mont*- gomery, Mrs. L. V. Johnson* Mrs. W. G, Flaig, Mrs. Fred Genrich, Helen McMahon of 'Algona, Mrs, Eric Seegebarth. Mnrgaret was presented with a gift, and bridge was played during the evening. Mrs. A. A. Krueger . won the second high prize. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Flaig and children spent Wednesday in Mason City. Mrs. Wilfred Rndig served on a committee for the Guest day at Burt Thursday. Mr. and MIS AUvirT Lock wood attended the Clay county fair at Spencer Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bierstcdt spent the weekend at Rock Rapids visiting friends. Helen McMahon of Algona is BRADLEY BROS. NEW FARM EQUIPMENT 1 USED HT. TRUCK IHC 1937 Model 14-ft. Box. Good Rubber. Good mechanical condition. Dealers Ceiling Price The Outstanding Farm Wagon Briggs Farm Wagon All Steel High-Speed Hubs—Interchangeable Wheels— Hauls a 3 to 3i <j Ton Load^-Hay Loadctr Hitch—Bolster Width is 38 :l i Inches—Hish Windrow Clearance— Easy Pulling—Low Loading:. Steel Stock Tanks Hog, Poultry Waterers, Feeders Pump Jack With Motors Feed Supply Tank With Stand Hammermill Belts Tank Heaters Steel Farm Gates Hammermills Lime Spreaders Curri-Oilers Tractor Saws USED FARM EQUIPMENT New IHC No. 4S Cream Separator (used less than 2 weeks) . . . Burr Mills . . . Mowers . . . Tank Heaters . . . Tractor Tires . . . Wood Water Tank ... 1 2-16 Plow ... Hammermills. SERVICE REPAIRS SALES New Idea Massey-Harris G. M. C. Trucks Allis-Chalmers Oliver 1 DcLaval Dairy Equipment Firestone Tires SSS. Hydraulic "Farm Hand" Stacker Loaders Tractolubc Oil PHONE 714 SOUTH HOTEL ALGONA The undersigned will sell the following described property at public auction"on the farm located 1 mile north and ¥2 mile east of West Bend, on Tuesday, Sept. 24 SALE BEGINS AT 12:00 SHARP THIS IS A FREE SALE, NO CEILING 55 Cattle; 1 Shorthorn Bull 3 Young Horses Splendid Line of Machinery M Farmall tractor on rubber; B Farmall tractor on rubber; 10-ft. IHC combine No. 22; IHC 1 Mi-ton truck, 1939; 4-row new tractor cultivator; 2-row new tractor cultivator; power mower and windrower; 3-bottoni' 14-in. plow; 18-ft. disc; 16-ft. cultipacker; 12-ft spring tooth harrow; 18-ft, flexible harrow; rubber tire trailer and flare box; auto steer wagon and flare box; wide wheel wagon and box; triple box; IHC spreader,; IHC corn planter; 5-ft. mower; electric welder; electric motors, '/a and V'i; post drill; 2 32-ft. cattle feeders; Letz feed grinder and blower; IHOham* mermill; IHC separator with motor; Surge 2-unit milker; 2 electric brooders; 3*cam- partment chicken feeder; 12x16 brooder; house; endgate seeder; potato digger; 2 120-ft. 8-in. endless belts; silage cutter; corn binder; side delivery rake; hay stacker and buck rake; bale wagon; 10-ft. horse drawn disc; tractor chains; 32-ft. extension ladder; 2 electric fences; hand corn shellev; 2 tank heaters; 2 3-gal. sprays; spring wagon; feed bunks; hog feeder; lawn mower with engine; 8xl2-ft. canvas; pressure gun with 5-ft. hosej anvil; emory wheel; 2 sets of harness; other articles. 1350 BALES OF HAY 165 BALES OF STRAW TERMS: CASH ABOUT 400 PULLETS MRS. EDNA L, B0NNSTETTER J; J; Jaeger, Clerk Colwell Bros., Aucts. spending • a few days visiting Mh and Mrs. A. 1 E, Jdrgensoni The Lone Rock high school bfiseball team defeated- Seneca last Friday here by a score of 7-3. Mr. and Mrs. A. v D. N&wbroilgh spent Sunday visiting her sister, Mrs. J. A. Wells of Elmore,, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Albert'Scott of Toledo, Washi, spent. Thursday visiting Mr. and Mrs. t • Wilfred Radig. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Torino of Lakotn spent Tuesday; evening visiting Mr. and -Mrs. A. E, Jor- gensoni . '' Mr. artd Mrs. Edw. Ho$pe>'and Roger spent'.Sunday visitihgi Mr, and Mi's. Clarence Hdppe-of Truman, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Charles wood of Spencer spent Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N.;< BriWood,'- ••'.•; Victor Hoppe and BUd John* son of Fairmont,' Minttf,. spent Saturday - night visiting 'Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Hoppe. Mr. and-Mrs. Milton'•Madison spent Sunday, visiting her parents, Mr-, and Mrs. Grover Hos-> tetter at Moorland. Mr. and Mrs', Whir Champion and children of Algona spent *Qjf 0gQ|{Q||II] fft BRIDEjATSOBE: Bode'^-There were SO- ladles present at ' a -pre-nuptlah shftwer given for Miss .Barbara Underberg of Otto-sen,' in the Bode Lutheran church Tuesday afternoon, September 3. The bride- to-be received many lovely gifts; Hostesses for the occasion' were Mrs. Carl Underbcrg, MfS. Irvln Olson, MfB. Bob Foley, Mi's. -Ray .Haugen, Mrs. Melvih ; Olson and Mrs. Rudy Olson, 1 who served delicious refreshments. : On Siinday evening at 8 o'' clock in the Bode' church Miss Undcrberg, daughter of- Mr. and Mrs. Ted Underberg, of pttosen, and Roger Orpheim, son of Mr; and Mrs. Bernard Opheim, were married in a candle light ceremony, with the Rev. V. T, Jor- clahl orficlating. Tuesday evening vfsiting Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rath; Mrs. John Johanneson spent Wednesday afternoon visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ploger at Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mai-low of Backus, Minn., came Thursday evening-to visit at the-home of Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Marlow. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harvey and daughter Beverly were Thursday evening supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Gifford. ' Mr. and Mrs. Ornie Behrends and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Madsen spent Tuesday evening visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marinus Nielson. Mr. and Mrs. Odey Cherland spent Thursday night helping her parents Mr. and Mrs, R. A. Bleich of Burt celebrate 40th wedding anniversary. their ing for a Bierle's on visit at their Mrs.' wav Mr. and Mrs. Robert Murray of California came Thursday even-' Alice home I_»it:i*^-fc! ^»i u.-*--- -- —,. • from a vacation in Canada. Bud Murray, who has been spending the summer here, will go back with them. Merle McGranahan of Spencer was a Tuesday evening supper guest at the home of Mr. and Eight Youngsters Arrive In Week Via McGreeryr Route Whittemore: When Dr. McCreery goes fishing he usually comes home with his small creel filled with throe or four walleyed pike. But when he fishes for babies he gets eight in a week, As on Sunday a 'boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Graham; Monday a girl to Mr. and Mrs. William Myer Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Peter Racob twin sons, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Mertz, a girl, MS. and .Mrs, Francis Slagel a girl, besides two other babies who were born at the McCreery hospital the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Bestenleh- ner, Des Moines, are visiting with the former's father Frank Besten- lehner. . Mr. and Mrs. William Linder and family of Monroeville, Ind., are visiting with their aunt Mrs. Theresa Kollasch. Elma Potralz arrived home from Los Anegeles, Calif., for a weeks' vacation with her parents .Mr. and Mrs. Albert Potratz. Peter Degan, Eagle Grove, and DV. Carl Degan, of Wisconsin, arrived at the Peter Schumacher home Thursday for a visit. •• •Mrs. Bertha Behnke returned home from Bay City, Mich., where she spent the past two months visiting with her son M\ and Mrs. Elmer Behnke. Billie Fandel returned to Moline, guest at me . nume ux «n. "•— 111., where'he is employed Sunday Mrs H A Holmgren. Mrs. Holm- evening after visiting a week• at gren attended the American Le- the parental Mr. and Mrs. William gion Auxiliary sewing ' meeting .Fande'. home ft the home of Mrs. Lloyd,.,; Mr. and_ Mrs. _ Martm _ Z,mme_r- 'man and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ostwald drove to Montevido, Minn.. where they visited the former's brother Rev. and Mrs. John Zimmerman, last week, Lt. and Mrs. R. J. Cook of Ran- taul, t 111.,, and the- latter's brother »iu- «*»<>.. "».. — — — ."~Ll&>nnetti*iHargraves Visited with pent ..Tuesday ^evening, ^^- ' r. and^Mrs. Maynard Thom Schenck at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nelson and Jenny Echdahl, the latter of Chicago, were Monday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nelson. They and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bates , sp -visiting Mr. Kueck at Armstrong. and Mrs. Bernard Lone Rock, spent uc^rv t*b *»i**iu«»v.. o . Mr. and- Mrs. Maynard Kueck and family of Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kueck and Mr. Mrs. Fred Jensen of Seneca, Mr. " Jensen of „„.,_ _.—- Wednesday evening visiting Mr. and Mrs. Aft Claussen al Swea City and helping them celebrate then- ninth v;edding anniversary. Guy Richards, eldest- son of Mr. and Mrs. M-. O. Richards,, arrived home on terminal leave Thursday awaiting, his discharge papers, from Fort' Sheridan, 111. He entered the service August 15, 1944; at Fort Snelling, Minn., and remained in the States until the 6th of July, 1945, when he sailed for Japan. He remained overseas 15 months. Wednesday callers at Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton were Ed Boyle arid his brothers Neil and James, with their, , all of Black- Thomas Carmody. Kenneth re- tqned-to. Omaha where he 1 is employed. 'Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Haberkamp returned to (heir home at Roselle, 111., after spending two weeks 'vacation here with Mrs. Haberkamp's parents Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Behnke, and a weeks fishing in Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Volgt of here and their daughter Evelyn of Algona, accompanied Gerald -pl- lUm of Burt, on a week's fishing and sightseeing trip in northern Minnesota. They went to the Cass Lake region where they stopped with Mr. and Mrs. Kern Elerick. Mr. and Mrs. William Raker, foot, Ida.; and Mrs. Catherine O'Brien of Whittemore. Ed and Norman had a busy and pleasant time reminiscing on life in Whittemore • 50 years ago. All were leaving for Wisconsin the next day for a short visit there at their former home. THURSDAY, SEPT. 19 2 O'CLOCK BURT, IOWA KITCHEN CABINET AND TABLE 6 BEDS 7 DRESSERS DINING TABLE AND 6 CHAIRS ROLX TOP DESK I' ROCKERS- BOOKCASE DAVENPORT DISHES ETC. Mrs. Ada WbitehiH FBED FLAICi, Auct. BU»T SAVINGS BAK»i Clerk * Chlcsgo, III., Avers visiting at the parental 'home of Mr. and Mfs, Nick Reding. Mr, Raker returned home Tuesday while Mrs. Raker is staying >for an extehded vult, He'flry Hylnk,- of Qleftdale,- A«*. f Is -visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hylnk. , Mr 1 , and- Mrs. Richard Potratz had as guests at thfelr home.Sun- day 'at dinner Mr, and, Mrs. Wll- mer Wlchtendahl and family, Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Potratz afld family, Martin' iPotrqtz and Mi", ant) Mrs. Alvln Pbtratz and family of Lotts Creek, and Mr. and <M.t's. Loren^ Barker, Cedar Falls. Mr 1 , and Mrs, Edmund O'Brien guests for dthner.Mr.,and Mrs. Tim O'Briert, Algona; Mrs.' Frank KoraB attd soti.Th'oWdSi flrjd Mr. and MMS, Sdrrtard D'^rleh and family of Bancroft; Mtt and-Mrs, Loyola O'Brien «nd daughfef Jtidyi Burt; Mrs. Nona Butler, Mh»(,M£rry Eure, and Mrs. Catherine O'Brien, Whittemore. . Visitors 'the past week with the Rev. and -Mi's! iP. W. Wel.nhold were-thSir son David who returned home from Snyder, Neb., where hfe clerked»ln a store this summer following his graduation, and RUth Wlnhold, R: N., Sti Lbuls, Mo., and the Rev. Elmer Maitlhias,- Houston, Texnsi-David < left for the Valpa* raiso University'In'Indiana, where he will', lake his pro-medical course. I "tl7b"fM,Sced"CoHii ,„ ,.i Algfona FEEB. STOttEi sw am mm FOR SALVAGE AND DEMOLITION WORK AT THE ALGONA PRISONfeR-OF-WAR CAMP No Previous Experience ^Necessary for Most of the Jobs Apply-' at< theU. S; Employment Service, Of f ice at 11 E. State St., Algona, Ibwa: METCALFE CONSTRUCTION CO. 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