The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 9, 1961 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 9, 1961
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{la.) Upper DM Molnes Thursday, Feb. 9, 1961 New Bride is Shower Honoree At Lone Rock Lone Rock — A miscellaneous shower was held Feb. 1 in the Presbyterian church for Mrs Andrew Peterson of Galva, the former Marietta Christensen. Mrs A. A. Krueger presented the program. Several readings were given by Mrs- Charles Osborn. A musical game and point game were presented by Mrs A. A. Krueger. Mrs E. A. Lee gave a reading. Mrs Peterson opened her gifts, assisted by Mrs John Waite, Fenton, and Mrs A. A. Krueger, Mrs Lenore, Madison, carried the gifts to the (able. Mrs John Munch of Fenton was in charge of the guest book. Hostesses were Mrs Ronald Christensen, Mrs Charles Morris, Ruth Krueger, Mrs E. A. Lee, Mrs John Munch, Mrs Charles Osborn, Mrs Roy Jensen, Mrs John Waite, Mrs Milton Madison Mrs Clair Bellinger, Mrs Willis Cotton, Mrs Henry Schroeder, Mrs Harlan Blanchard, Mrs Lawrence Newbrough, Mrs Richard Fox and Mrs A. A. Krueger. Attend Convention .Donald Blanchard, accompanied Mrs A. J. Eason, Algona, and Supt. Stewart of Swea City to Dos Moines where they attended the Delegate Assembly for Iowa State Education Association from Thursday to Saturday. Mr Blanchard is president of the Kossuth County Council of Education. Guest Day the Guest Day of the U.P.W. was held in the Presbyterian vhurch Thursday. Each member brought a guest. Rev. C. E. Nordine showed a film and gave a talk. Lenore Madison gave devotions. The group enjoyed several games for entertainment. The hostesses served lunch. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Dittmer visited an uncle, Joe Rickers, who is a patient in Mercy Hos pital, Fort Dodge, Thursday. Mr and Mrs Arno Juhl and family were Saturday callers in the Frank Drcyer home. Mrs Bernice Jensen, Florence Yager, Mrs Wilfred Radig and Mrs Ralph Bierstedt attended the concert given in the Algona High School auditorium Tuesday evening. Mrs Woodrow Pettit, Mrs Harlan Blanchard and Jonathan and Mrs Garryl Householder were Saturday guests in the Jim Long home. They 'celebrated Mrs Long's birthday. Mr and Mrs Gerald Radig and Timmy, Mrs Alex Radig of Fenton arid Marlys Radig were Sunday guests in the Glenn Berntsen home in Paulina. Eugene Radig and Violet Frandson of Omaha, Nobr. and Mrs Emma Radig of Fenton were Saturday evening guests in th Gerald Radig home. Mrs Wilma Bush and Edwin were Sunday visitors in the Emma Hurlburt home. Mrs Wilfred Radie was the guest speaker at the Fenton ladies aid held Wednesday. Sunday evening guests in the Everett Hanna home were Mr and Mrs Alfred Schenck am Sandy of Algona and Mrs Mary Sontag. Mr and Mrs Everett Hanna attended a cad party in the Cecil Bjustrom home Tuesday evening near Whittemore. The American Legion Auxi- liarv met Feb. 1. Hostesses were Jo Ella Miller and Rita Hurlburt. A public card party was planned for Feb. 11 at the Legion Hall at 8 p.m. The public is invited. Florence Yager and Neva Thompson were Wednesday evening guests in the Ralpl Thompson home. Mr and Mfs Kenneth Andr< and children of Fenton were Thursday evening callers in the Dale Schroeder home. Mr and Mrs Hennix Wilson am Mr and Mrs Robert Heifher were Sunday guests in the Clinton Rath home. Mr and Mrs Jim Long and Everett Householder were Thursday evening callers in the Garryl Householder home. A fnmily night service will be on Thursday evening, Feb. / Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch-Relieves Pain New York, N. Y. (Special) — For tho first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching, and relieve pain — without surgery. In case after'case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all—results were 10 thorough that (offerers m«d» astonishing statements like "Pile* have ceased to be a problem!" The secret is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyhe«)-discovery of a world-famous research institute. This substance la now available In suppoiitory or ointment form under the name Preparation H9, At all drug counter*. PUBLIC SrUE 1 will sell the following described personal property at the farm located 6 miles east of Swea City on highway No. 9; or, 6 miles north_and 2 miles east of Bancroft; or, 5 miles west of lakota; or, right at the Iowa State Highway Maintenance Garage located at Gerled, on THURSDAY, FEB. 16 Sale Starts at 1 P. M. There are no small items so be on time. Murphy's Lunch wagon on Grounds FARM MACHINERY" 1954 %-ton Ford Pickup, 4 speed transmission, good tires and in good condition; 1951 John Deere A with Rollomatic and good tires; John Deere 4-row Cultivator, new type, rubber tires; 1946 IHC M in good condition; 1958 66 Allis-Chalmers Combine, like^new; Oliver pull type 2-row Corn Picker; 4-row pull type M.M. Corn Planter with fertilizer attachment, on rubber; 1957 11'/2-ft. John Deere Field Cultivator 10-ft. M.M. Quack Digger; 24-ft. 4- section John Deere Drag, like new; 15-ft. John Deere Disc; 15-ft. Tower Disc; 38-ft. John Deere wide type Elevator, 2 wheels, on rubber, speed jack; John Deere Drive-On Wagon Hoist, like new; 3-14 in. M.M. Plow; 2-16 in. Oliver Raydex Plow; David Bradley Tractor Manure Spreader; 7-ft. M.M. Power Mower; Wagon Hitch for Combine; New 6-row Weed Sprayer, pull type, 220-gal. tank; O l i X^L a f!ILllS i .!± r '.SOod_rub^ber;J'wo Wood Flare Boxes; Delco Manure Loader and Snow Bucket; IHClndgate~Seeder, like new; Corn Stalk Rake for 3-bottom plow; New 2-way Hydraulic Cylinder; 8-ft. IHC Grain Binder; 2-wheel Farm Trailer; 2 Steel Running Gears; Bale Rack; Case Farm Trailer, good rubber. BUILDINGS - 8x10x30 Grain Building, well braced and easy to move; 10x18 Garage; 10x12 Brooder House; 14-ft. Feed Bunk; 2 4-Pen Hog Houses; Livestock Loading Chute. TERMS: CASH or make arrangements with your banker before the sale. No Property to be removed from the premises until settled for. Not responsible for accidents should any occur. John Krebsbach Quinn & DeVries, Auct. Farmers & Traders Savings Bank, Clerk 9. A pot luck supper will be served at 6:30 p.m. Following the supper a program will be presented by a group of students Vom Waldorf College. The con- 'regntion and public are invited o attend. The Birthday Club met last week at the Ruth Krueger home, celebrating Edie Long's birthday, uests were Rose Kraft, Mae Quinn, Mnry Flaig, Maude Blan- chnrd, Mary Genrich, Esther laig. Mac Quinn received travel >me, Edie Long high, and Mary 3cnrich, 'ow. Paul Geitzenauer, sort of Mr ind Mrs Lorenz Geitzenauer, Lone Rock, has been moved to Camp Porter where he will complete the last six weeks of his basic training. Paul will play cornet in a naval band. A surprise birthday was given in honor of Mrs Jim Long by her husband Saturday evening in the Long home. Guests were Mr and Mrs Jack Quinn, Mr ad Mrs Orie Behrends, Mr and Mrs Leo Ramus, Mary Flnig, Bernard Pettit and Mr and Mrs Paul Thacker. Prizes were eiven to Mrs Mary Flaig, high, Mrs Paul Thacker. low and Jack Quinn, high, and Ornie Behrends, low. Travel prize was eiven to Mrs Jim Long. Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz and family of Ottoson were Sundav <niests in the Harlan Blanchard home. Mr and Mrs William Champion Sr. are visiting' in the Dennis Beitz home in Amarillo. Texas. 260 Friends At Golden Wedding Party, Crowleys Mrs Beitz is the daughter, Jean. Champion's Mr and )Mrs Wallace McArthur visited in the Eugene Warden lome in Ceylon, Minn. Sunday Mrs Ruth Button ,he McArthurs. accompanied The Friendly ' Neighbor Club met Tuesday evening. They en- ioyed a 6:30 supper in the Bernard O'Donnell home. Following supper they played cards. Prizes went to Mrs Ray Johnson, high for women and Mrs Joe Vollmar, low, Joe Vollmar high for men, Waller Thompson, low. Travel went to Albert Shaser. Guests in the O'Donnell home were, Mr and Mrs Dick O'Donnell,,Mr and Mrs Walter Thompson, Mr and Mrs Albert Shaser, Mr and Mrs Joe Vollmar, Mr and Mrs Ray Johnson, Mr and Mrs Wallace McArthur, Mr and Mrs Ralph Thompson and Neva Thompson. Mr and Mrs Jack Quinn attended the funeral of an aunt, Mrs Talitha Derby, Muscatine, recently. They visited in the Jim Thul home in Cedar Falls. Bonnie Baker, To Wed Feb. 12, Is Honored Lone Rock — A miscellaneous shower was held Saturday afternoon in the Methodist Church in ood Hope for Miss Bonnie Bak. Mrs Everett Hanna was the Jwcram chairman. Karen Kueck sang two solos and Mrs Ervin Wetzell and Mrs Ralph Bierstedt gave readings. Mrs Robert Heifner presided at the Guest Book. Virginia Baker and Wanda Wetzell helped Miss Baker open her gifts. Hostesses were mesdamos J. M. Elmore, Lawrence Dittmer, Ralph Bierstedt. Clair Bollineer, Lewis Berninghaus. Frank Dreyer, Marvin Knock, Clinton Rath, Ervin Wetzell, Louis McArthur, Broesder, Clarence Durwood Riebhoff, Otto Harlan, Everett Hanna, Jesso Valentine, Bill Champion, Orville Holdren, Jim Camp. Ronald Collins, Ray Sarchet, and Arden Hovoy. Miss Baker will be married on February 12th at 2:30 to Richard Liicy of DCS Moincs in the Good Hope Methodist Church. RETIRES Ed W. Show recently retired from the Davis County Savings Bank after serving 43 years. When he started his career there wre nine banks in Davis county. Now there are two plus a branch bank. YOU READ IT IN THE UPPER DES MOINES Seneca — Mr and Mrs Joe, >owley Sr. were honored or .heir 50th wedding anniversary Sunday, Feb. 5, at the St. Johns Hall at Bancroft. The observance began with a dinner at noon for approximately 70 guests, the dinner being prepared by a group of women from he church. The dinner was followed by m "open house" at which time pproximately • 260 friends and elatlves dropped in and express- d their good wishes, and congratulations to the honored couple. Eileen Binzin had charge of registering the guests. Gifts were opened and displayed by Kathleen Crowley, La Vange Crowley and Diane Crowley. Mrs John Crowley. served the punch. Refreshments were served at a beautifully appointed table, centered with a 5 tiered wedding cake baked and decorated by Mrs Leo Crowley. The cake was cut and served by Mrs Leo Crowley and Mrs Virgil Preston. Mrs Robert Binzen presided at the silver service and Colleen Smith. Kitchen hostesses included Mrs Wayne Lynch, Mrs Williard Thompson, Tena Jensen, Mrs Frank Meyers, Mrs Robert Lynch and Veronica Higgins of West Bend. Mr and Mrs Crowley were married at the St. Johns Catholic church at Bancroft, Feb. 5, 1911. Their children who were the hosts for this occasion, were .Mr and Mrs Leo Crowley, Mr and Mrs John Crowley, Mr and Mrs Robert Binzen and Mr. and Mrs Joe Crowley Jr. of Bancroft. A New Arrival Mr and .Mrs Virgil Gardner became parents of a second son Friday, Feb. 3 at the Holy Family hospital at Estherville. The little lad weighed 8 pounds 10 ounces and will be named Kevin Paul. He has a brother Charles. Grandparents are the Raymond Gardners and the Charles Beavers. Mr and Mrs Curtis Olsen received word from San Bernardino, Calif. Saturday morning that and Mrs Joe Crowley, Jr. was the dining room hostess. A special gift, a gold trophy, was presented to the honored couple as a gift from the neices and nephews and the grand- neices and grand-nephews. Presenting the trophy- were Art Arend, who acted as master ot ceremonies, Mark Arend, who gave the presentation speech, Marjorie Reding, read the inscription and ,the presentation was made by Arnold Carey. The.y also presented Mr Crowley with a diamond stickoin and Mrs Crowley with a ruby ring with diamond insets. Waitresses at the noon meal were Jo Ann and Janet Vaske, Janet Dietering. Susan and Sharon Sullivan, Barbara Marlowe and Mrs Jerry Olsen became parents of a six pound, seven ounce baby boy born that morning, Feb. 5. The Olsens have a son David and a daughter Debra. Caleb Hartshorn of Spencer, Mass, visited with Seneca friends last Thursday. He had come to the middle west on a business trip and then came on to Elmore Where he visited his daughter, Marcia Bretenfield. •. Mrs Anne Prcsthus of Algona was a weekend visitor at the Martin Wilbergs. OFFICE SUPPLIES—Business forms, office furniture, filing .equipment and supplies, at the Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona, across from new Municipal parking lot. •••••••••••••••••HHBBHHMIHDBIHHHIIIII ELCO L SUPREME FEEDING MINERAL Feeding minerals don't have to be expensive to be good. You can eliminate mineral deficiency in your hogs and cattle if you give them "free-choice" FELCO SUPREME FEEDING MINERAL. It contains 50 % bone meal, 1% phosphorous and is low in salt content. It has no artificial flavor but is pleasing to the taste. FELCO SUPREME FEEDING MINERAL is moderately priced and an important factor in producing healthy, profitable livestock. Ask about it. ELCO FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR • ••••••••••»•••••••••••»•••••••• ••B FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, 1A. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE, NEW IDEA and OfHL EQUIPMENT iMi, Phone 3 Ret. phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICi For Building . Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Resident* 25 Fenton, Iowa The Fenton REPORTER Is The Only Publication Printed That Takes An Interest In Fen ton 1 LLOYD M. BJRKLAND licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm Loans And Auction Service Phone 233 Fenton, Iowa SWEA CITY NEWS Named Sweetheart Wallis Kay Reynolds, daughter of. the Wallace Reynolds, was chosen FFA Sweetheart at Saturday evening's dance. Miss Reynolds, senior, was chosen on the basis of money donated in boxes in town, and the sale of seed by the senior boys. She received a Sweetheart'jacket. Attendants were Walece Sch- micking, junior, Caryl Larsen, sophomore, and Sharon Johnson, freshman. These girls received Sweetheart compacts. Plan Banquet WSCS met Wednesday afternoon in the church parlors. Mrs Jim Preston had charge of the prayer service, Mrs Raymond Johnston gave devotions. Mrs Harold Burgess of Tltonka was guest speaker and told of experiences as a missionary in 'Liberia. The group voted to have a Father-Son Banquet March 9. A committee of three ladies was appointed to look into the possibilities of purchasing a record player for the use of the Sunday School. Jr. MYF will meet Feb. 16 af-' ter School. 1 PTA will meet Monday evening, Feb. 13, at 8 p.m. Room Visitations will be at 7:30 until time of meeting. Members of the speech department will take part an the program under the dired- tion of Donna Hacker. Other members of the committee are Mrs Ralph Weber and Mrs Roger Linde. . TAX TIME? An adding machine is a necessity. They are also an. excellent gift. We; have them. Upper Des Moiries Pub. Co., Algona. . . . .. Farm Sale Due to death of my husband, I will hold a closing out sale at the Farm located l'/2 miles south and 4 west of Armstrong, Iowa, on Monday, Feb. 11 Sale Starts 12:45 P. M. Lunch on Grounds MACHINERY THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Erribalmcrs and Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Reliable 24 Hour Funeral May Be Referred To.Us With Confidence Phones FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 3 — TRACTORS — 880 Oliver Tractor, Power steering,'Hydra- lectric, live power. Step, Chains, New Heat Hauser and wheel Weights. (565 Hours); 1956 Super 88 Oliver Tractor, Live Power, Hydralectric, Step, Heat Hauser and Wheel Weights? Oliver 70 Tractor, New Rubber, Wheel Weights? 2 New Style Oliver 4-row Cultivator (rubber gauge wheels; 1953 Oliver No. 4 Mounted Corn Picker; Oliver 3-boiiom 16" Hydraulic Trip bottom Plow; McCormick Deering No. 64 PTO Combine; McCormick Deering No. 8, 8 Ft. Wind- rower (rubber transport wheels); Mc-D. 444 Corn Planter (fertilizer attachment & Disc openers); 6-section Noble Drag; John Deere 15' Disc? Roderick Lean 15' Disc; Brady Stalk Cutter; Case Rotary Hoe; John Deere No. 5 Tractor Mower; McCormick Deering 15' 8" Tractor Spring Tooth; M.W. Hammermill with PTO drive; John Deere model R Spreader; New Idea 4-Bar Rake; Oliver Raydex 3-boltom 16" Plow on rubber; Oliver Raydex 2-bottom 16" Plow on rubber; 42-ft. John Deere Elevator Wide Type with Underslung Hoist and Electric Motor Drive; 3 h.p. Electric Motor; 220 ft. of Heavy Duty Elec. Cable; John Deere Drive-On Hoist; John Deere Wagon, Hoist and Buss Brown Barge Box; New Idea Wagon and Steel Flare Box; Rubber Tired Wagon and Flat Rack; Sears Wagon, Mid-west Hoist and Johnson Box; 2-300 Gallon Gas Barrels; John Deere Endgate Seeder; Speed.Jack; Clipper Fanning Mill. HOLSTEIN COW — Holstein milk Cow, Milking Now and Bred Back Artificially. _ 32 HEAD OF HOGS — 2 Red Duroc Boars; 30 Bred Bills, Vaccinated (choice Quality), Boars Turned in December 16ih. HAY, FEED, BUILDINGS — 1,500 Bushels of Cherokee Oats; 2.000 Bales of Clover and Alfalfa Hay; 500 Bales of Straw; 5 Feed Bunks; 12 x 16 Hog House; 12 x 16 Brooder House; 24 x 14 (2,600 bu.) Grain Bin; Norton Walkin Hog Feeder; Hay Bunk; Hog Waterer; Hog Feeders; Hog Troughs; Roll-away nests; Chicken feeders and Waterers; Bench Grinder; Electric Drill; Skill Saw; Air Compressol and A Very Complete Set of Hand Tools. Usual Auction Terms MRS. ED. EVANS Clark & Clark, Auct. Emmet County State Bank, Estherville, Clerk "So long as there remains a single task being done by men and women which electricity could do as well, electricity must prepare to do it" THOMAS ALVA EDISON 1847-1931 IOWA ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY takes tha occasion of National Electric "Week to view progress toward Thomas Edison's goal of a better •world through the great gift of electricity. Just as in the past, the future growth of electric power will Bring more' amazing strides in industrial progress, in turn as* curing more jobs, a higher living standard and more prosperity fop all. Iowa Electric Light and Power Company will pace this Area in continuation of Edison's ' far-sighted quest, IOWA ELECTKIO LI9HTAND POWER COMPANY la tht obttrvtnc* of NATIONAL ELECTRIQ

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