The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 4, 1967 · Page 19
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Barbel-shoppers Coming April 29 8-Algona (la.) Upper Des Meines Tuesday, April 4, 1967 Mrs. Bud Langbehn of Green Mountain, la., and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Blake and Juan of Walthill. Neb. Mrs. Emma Schmidt had as Easter week-end guests her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Bahl and children, of South St. Paul, Minn., and her son, John Schmidt, of Forest City. Guests of Mrs. Mrytle Eggelston over the Easter week end were her daughters, Miss Beulah and Miss Doris Eggelston of Des Molnes. Sunday, Mrs. Eggelston and daughters were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nygaard at Wesley. Week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schule were their daughters and families, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gronbach and children of Hayfield, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roed and children oi Woodbine, la., and their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Schulz and children,. of Mora, Minn. Week-end guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ristau and family were their daughter, Carol, and fiance, Pete Easterhaus, of Maryville, Mo., Mrs Ristau's half sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Thorson of Rose Creek, Minn., and father, Phil Fouarge of Livermore. Corwin Peer, chairman of ticket sales for the forthcoming Corribelt Chorus Barbershoppers program to be held in Algona, April 29, at the Algona High School auditorium, has announced that preliminary purchase of tickets may now take place, and advises that those desiring the best seals ;ict at once. Prospects are that the 8th annual Parade Show will again be presented to a capacity house. Two guest quartets have already been booked for an appearance on the program. One is the Gay go's Quartet, pictured above, which appeared here in the 1962 Parade. The quartet, in 23 years, has appeared in more than 2,500 auditorium programs in the U. S. and Canada. Another feature quartet, the Vigortones, also veteran showmen, have also been booked. They won the Central States championship in 1961. The local chorus of over 30 members comes from a wide area, and includes the following personnel, any of who will be glad to provide tickets during the pre-show sales period. Members in the Algona Corn- belt Chorus include the following: Algona — Dr. J. B. Harris, Ed Ruhnke, Roland Bode, Dr. Harold Erickson, Glenn Graham, Jim Cowan, Corwin Peer, Richard Moen, Gary Everist, Gene Hutchins, Russell Cole, Steve George, Bill Welsh, Bill Castle, Art Olson, BUI Holldorf, Ollie Nasby and Norman Barber. Whittemore — Dave Kollasch, Bill Faulstick and James Buscherfeld. West Bend-Victor Faulstick. Bode—Herbert Raney. Goldfield - Merrill Rasmussen and Paul Bailey. Humboldt - Ron Schultz and Jerry Helmke. Livermore — Dick Schultz. Rodman—Oscar Kalistad. Titonka - BUI Schram, Clarence Isebrand and Loren Englund. state Power Company in Mason City. Easter week-end guests in the Allen Blake home were Mr. and The Premium Bleach Valuable coupons on tvery bottle FARM AUCTION Having sold my farm I will hold a public auction of my personal property at farm located 3 miles west of Algona on McGregor St. or directly west of KLGA Radio Station on THURSDAY, APRIL 6 AT 1:00 P.M. 4 Row M-M Cultivator; 7' M.M. PTO Mower; Letz -Burr Mill; J.D. Wagon and Hoist; 14' Land Roller; 50 ft. Kelley Ryan Elevator; 4 Bar J.D. Rack; Binder; Dearborn Woods Combine, 6 ft.; M.M. 4 Row Planter with fertilizer attachment; 15' IHC Disc; 4 Section Drag; 12' J.D. Springtooth Harrow; New Idea Picker; Kovar Springtooth Harrow; 14" J.D. Cutter; 3-16 M.M. Plow; Case Manure Spreader; "Z" M.M. Tractor; Victor Endgate Seeder; "Z" M.M. Tractor with hyraulic system; Caswell Manure Loader; M.M. Speed Jak; 30' 7" Blower Pipe; Heavy Duty Running Gear and Anthony Flare Box; 4 Row M.M. Rotary Hoe; 80—1% Pipe; 1 — Olsen Bale Fork; 1 — 16' Ladder; 2 — Canvas Tarps, Some House Hold Goods; Electric Bench Grinder Vise; W Electric Drill, like new; 1 — Wooden Chick Brooder; 1 — Drill Press; Several small tools, scoups and shovels. Usual Auction Term. JOE HENRY, Owner Peck & Spencer, Auctioneers - Security State Bank, Clerk Lu Verne Roger Gregory aboard Princeton near Vietnam LU VERNE-Machinists* Mate Third Class Roger A. Gregory, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon G. Gregory of Lu Verne is in the coastal waters off Vietnam serving as a crew member aboard the amphibious assault carrier Princeton. The Princeton assumed the rate of flagship for the Seventh Fleets Amphibious Ready Group in the South China Sea following stop overs in Hawaii, Okinawa, and the Philippines, enroute from theU. S. The Princeton plays a major role In landing a reinforced Marine battalion by helicopter whenever the necessity arises. Because of her mobility, the Princeton was called upon in six major amphibious operations during a deployment to Vietnam last year. Mrs. Sadie Wagner was an Easter Sunday dinner guest of her daughter, Mrs. Dick Boyd, and daughter, Faith Ann, of Humboldt at the Johnson House in Algona. While In Algona, they visited with Mrs. Grace Runus and Mrs. Mae Runus, patients at the Good Samaritan Rest Home and with Mrs. Wagner's brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Art Ristau. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Wagner and Johnnie of Humboldt were Saturday guests in the home of Harlan's mother, Mrs. Sadie Wagner. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Sanford and Mrs. Milton Wilhelm and children drove to Ellsworth on Good Friday afternoon to make the acquaintance of a new baby boy born to Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Caudle. Mrs. Caudle is the former Ramona Sanford, sister of Wayne and Mrs. Wilhelm. Easter Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Fisher of Fort Dodge were Mrs. Sula Frantz, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heinkel, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Guy of Lu Verne, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Smith, Larry andGreg, of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johns and family were Easter Sunday guests in the home of Mr. John'smother, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Wernet,. of Birtt. Mr. and Mrs. George Studer had as week-end guests, Mr. Studer's brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Studer, of Rock Island, m. Mrs. Robert Nielsen was the honored guest at a birthday party Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johns, Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nielsen of Lu Verne, Mr. find Mrs. Henry Studer of Rock "island, 01., Mr. and Mrs.George Studer, Verlaine Johnson, and Junior Hardcopf of Lu Verne. Ernest Meyer who has been a surgical patient at Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge for the past 12 days has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown and family of Suborn were Easter Sunday guests in the parental Ernest Meyer home. Mrs. Brown is the former Ellen Meyer. Connie Sanford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Sanford was home for the weekend. Connie is employed at the Inter- PUBLIC AUCTION 2 miles north, IVi miles west and l'/ 2 miles north of Bancroft, on•- THURS.. APRIL 6 • 2-TRACTOR5-2 1956 Formal! Model 400 gas tractor with live hydraulic T.A. and good paint. Farrnall Model M, overhauled, all new bearings, power pac, Heisler gears and good rubber. Fluid in tires of both tractors. ~" POWER MACHINERY IHC 4-row cultivator with rubber gauqe wheels. Mounts either tractor. IHC No. 37 131/i-ft. wheel tandem disc with greaseless bearings. IHC Heavy duty 4-row rotary hoe. IHC No. 31 7-ft. semi-mounted mower. IH K« 2 J ME if"?? e ° rn pieker w!rh Srease dirton snappers, in good con- j-w -r-r«w planter with disc J fertilizer attachment. IHC No. 16 Heavy duty 4-14 inch slat hot- torn plow. wartz loader and snow bucket, mounts M or 400. Also wide front tractor John Deere 55A 3-14 plow on rubber. I flexible drag Kelly Ryan 40 ft. grain elevator with PTO. Lundell 2-row stock cutter. IHC No. 30 farm trailer with IHC heavy duty 6 ton hoist. 100 bu. 6x10 ft. wood barge box. Hotchkiss 6 ton farm trailer with IHC heavy duty 6 ton hoist and 140 bu. Lindsay steel flare box with 2 inch floor. 20 ft. 4 inch grain auger. Clipper fanning mill with electric motor. Speedy mounted type weed sprayer. 4 wheel farm trailer with straight wood box. John Deere IS ft. straight disc. MISCELLANEOUS 2 good heat housers for M and 400. 300 gallon gas barrel and steel stand on skids. 2 - 2-woy hydraulic cylinders. 3 - 50-bu. Unico steel hog feeders with cast iron bottoms on skids. 10 bu. round hog feeder. 2 steel tanks. Steel road drag. Speed jack. Set of Pollard corn shields. Overhead wagon hoist. Oil brooder stove. 400 bales of Millet bean hay in barn. Very few small items to be sold so be here at ten oclock sharp. ... »,...*» , or . r.or responsme for accidents should any occur HOWARD R. GEESMAN Auctioneers: Quinn & Clark Clerk: Farmers & Traders Savings Bank

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