The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1967 · Page 23
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12-Algona, (la.) Upp«r DM Merino* Thursday, Feb. 43, 1967 Baas-Struthers repeated wedding vows at West Bend -Dorothy Baas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Baas of West Bend, and Ronald Struthers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Struthers of Ottosen, were united in marriage Saturday, January 28, 1967, during a nuptial high mass at St. Peter and Paul's Catholic Church at West Bend. The Rev. Louis Grevlng officiated at the double ring ceremony held at 10 a.m. before an altar adorned with bouquets of yellow and white chrysanthemums. Music was provided by the church choir and a sister. The bride's sister, Mrs. Merrill Blair of Ft. Dodge, was matron of honor. Merrill Blair of Ft. Dodge was bestman. The groom and best man were dressed in dark business suits. Ushers were Harold Btas, brother of the bride, and Charles Collins, friend of tto frofltt. Acolytes were Pud Vouch, Ptal Bonnstetter, Richard Glrw Aid Gerald Marso. A reception vas held it the Imperial Cite at Bode for 90 guests. Hosts tod hostestts of the dining room were Mr. and Mrs. William Bus tod Mr. iad Mrs. Richard Klesdlnc. Miss Marilyn Ptets Mrred the punch, and aunts of the couple served the wedding cake. They *ere Mrs. KatttMftFirnU, Mtf of the bridb, «MHts. MM Rnrthers, ttefroow***!* vir* ginia and Bewrty Sfrnttwri, *«- ters of the groom, wer* iaeharf* of the gifts. The couple will mate their home at Ft. Dodge. Tuesday Club met February 7 LU VERN&-The Tuesday Club met Tuesday, February 7, at the home of Mrs. Eleanor Kubly. Ann Smith, president, presided at the business meeting. Minnie Henderson had the lesson. Nine members were present. Lunch was served by the hostess. Mrs. Harold Trauger was a patient in the Britt hospital for several days last week. General WSCS of the Methodist Church held their monthly meeting Wednesday, February 15, in the church. Devotions were given by Eleanor KuMy, and* lesson by Florence Stewart. Hostesses were Martha Wolf, Eleanor Kubly, Clara McCleHan, • Audrey Weber, and Lucille Ramus. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Wagner and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Wagner of Humboldt vere Saturday evening guests in the home of, their mother, Mrs. Sadie Wagner. Several members of the Lu- Verne Fire Department attended a radiation school at the fire station in Humboldt Wednesday evening. Les Calkins and Vern Daley were the firemen attending the school. This is a school of the affect of atomic radiation on people'and edible plants,'0poa- sored by Civil Defense. Honor LuVerne Senior Rita K. Patterson of LuVerne, a senior in LuVerne high, has been admitted to Iowa State University for the fall semester "With Recognition." Students admitted "With Recognition" will receive $100 when they enter Iowa State, and are considered among the outstanding high school seniors. Judy Parrott Pledged Judy Parrott of Algona, a sophomore at State College of Iowa, is one of 37 SCI coeds formally pledged to Epsilon Mu chapter of Alpha Delta Phi, national sorority. PUBLIC SUE Heving decided re auit formUf. I will hold o public auction en the farm located from U. V*rn*. Iowa. 1« i miles north and 1 mile west or 10 miles south end I mile west of Seiton. FRIDAY, FEB. 24 12:15 p.m. Lunch Wagon on Grounds MACHINERY 3 -TRACTORS -3 1954 John Deer* 60, liv* power, lirt hydraulic, completely overhauled loit fell, feed rubber. 1948 model 8N Ford, good running order. John Deer* model A, rum geed. POWER MACHINERY 1959 John Deere No. 227 com picker, mountt 60, olwoys thedded, reel iherp, with roller type gathering chains. John Deer* 490 planter, f*rtilii*r attoch- ment, with b*«n bo« *it*niiont. IHC 440 plonter, fertiliser attachment*, large be*n boxes, IHC model 64 combine, motor, starter, hum* reel, goed canvas, itrew tprcadar, pickup attachments for IHC 62. John Deere model 400 cultivator, with rub- b*r gauge wheels, 21 sweeps. John Deere 2-16 in. plow, high clearance. John Deere 15 ft. straight disc. John Deere 12 ft. tractor control spring tooth. * John Deer* 4 row rotary hoe, like new. Money Ferguson 7 ft. No. 30 dyne-balance mower, like new. 1955 New Holland No. 66 baler. IHC 4 bar side deliver; rake. Heat houser and wheel weights far J.D. 60. 2 - .<••«* *•'•" '*5 bu. steel flare bo.es with 2 in. floor, wide type endget*. 1 Case 5 ton farm trailer. Spaed jack. 1 Winpower S ton farm trailer, wide tread. Kelly.Ryen 40 ft. grain elevator. Overhead wagon hoist with cradle. Stan-hoist loader, material bucket with dirt plat* and snow bucket, mounts J.D. 60. New Idea No. 14 A tractor manure spread- •r. works good. Humboldt stalk cutter. 4 section floioble he/raw with steel *v*n*r. IHC endgete seeder. 10 ft. Now Holland fertiliser spreader. John Deere 2 row cultivator. John Deere 2 way hydraulic cylinder. 2 wheel trailer with stock rack. BUILDINGS, etc. •rood*r houie. 8il ft. reed shed. Portable hog haul* with plonk floor. Genrl*, well broke, 5-year old blond chestnut pony. Iridl*. PICKUP 1946 IHC J 4 ton pickup with grain boi and new license. HAY and STRAW About 150 bales of straw. About 500 bales alfalfa, timothy hay. All put up with no rein. About 200 boles wild hay. GIVE YOUR FIELDS A BREAK! And, CUt your Workload in half! A quick trip over your plowed fields with a BRADY Field Cultivator gives you the finest seedbed you've ever known. Why not attach the dolly and planter and do the entire job in one trip? Then, also use it for summer fallowing—stuble mulching—pasture and hayland renovation. You get exact 6" or 9" shank spacings and hydraulically adjustable depth control. 3 models, each expandable. Sizes from \\W to 33Vz' wide. BRADY FIELD CULTIVATORS See them today at: BUSCHERBROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 NO. MAIN ALGONA CATTLE-HOLSTEINS WHOLESALE FOODS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY o o 1 Holstein heifer due w/2nd calf last *f March. 1 Holstein cow duo w/3rd calf last of March. 1 0 cows fresh lott of November ft December with 3rd ft 4th calves. 1 cow fresh in November with TMi coif. 2 yearling Holstein heifers, CV. 1 I month Holstein heifer. CV. 7 smell Holstein bull calves. 3 small Helstein heifer colves. Mott of these com ere CV end "new Ti ft longs tested. ^Jl* f 0 '!! 1 ^ 1 '!.*"' •••»•' frWucfion with 4«e test right now. MISCELLANEOUS 300 gollon gas barrel and steel stand. ll.ctncf.ncer Angle Iron. fttennon ladders. Some goad 1ft 2 In. used lumbar. Chains for Ferd. Cuihman motor scooter, good cendttioo. Cob type tonk heater. illon Ideal hog waterer. Cebtyp 70 gallc MILKING EQUIPMENT 2t5 gollon Cherry lurfoll bulk milk cooler. Hinmm 2 unit p«mp and pipeline for 20 C0WV* 1 $ur»e teomloM bucket, 2 SMMJO (oaniless b«Kkota. 7 con Star milk coolw in good condition. Joseph E. PlrtZStUCk, Owner Auctioneers: Leek. Oulnn Md Hu^. r ~.u. ».. . . . .' *»*Hl*»k.UV»m. TRY DAIRY PRODUCTS TODAY!

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