The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 16, 1961 · Page 10
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4-At06rmOo-)Upp*rD<«Motfle* , Feb. 16, 196t LONE ROCK The Friendly Neighbors Club met in the 'home of Mrs Albert Shaser with nihe members present. Mrs Rose Stattelman of St. Joe was a guest. Mr and Mrs Sylvester Brace and William Rath of LuVerne were Monday callers in the Albert Shaser home. Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder ' 1r '• -- •;•- •->•••> ..* .- •- and lamlly Were Sunday guests In the Clinton Rath home. They celebrated Cindy Rath's birthday, Mr antl Mrs Dale Schroeder yisitea Joe Culbertson in his home Sunday evening. Mr Culbertson returned home from Rochester Where he had been a patient in a hospital. Mr and Mrs Harlan Blanchard attended a IRttA convention at Des . Moines Monday. Jonathan Blanchard stayed in the home of his grandmother, Mrs Maude folanchard, during his parents absence. PUBLIC SALE To be held on the George Wagner farm 9 miles south, one- half mile west and one-fourth miles south of Algona; or, one-half •mile west and one-fourth mile south of Kollasch Oil Station; or, 2'/2 mites north and one-half mile west and one-fourth mile south of St. Joe, on •'.,'<..; s.iL'..&l Saturday, Feb. AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M. This is all good machinery and there will be no small article: so be here at 1 o'clock. Farm Machinery _JJ950 M. Diesel Tractor, Turbo-Dome Sleeves and Pistons, Heister gears, and 2-wqy pump. 4-row Cultivator for: above tractor. ; 1949 W9 I.H.C. Tractor, all overhauled in 1960. 1948 M. M. Z Tractor. , 4-row M. M. Cultivator. ' 4Wow ; I.H.C : . ! jqqr;t < Planter; iwit|i/. fertilizer ^aHkchm'entst -bri ' 'ubbrtd:rM!M'>; • « • .,, -1w jl.HiCf'MJo^nte'ti; $>rn Picker with grease banks and in __.; perfect' condition, --'-p-j^ p . ,.;•.• ; •. • '"','l '*'_". - 15-ft. I.H.C. Tandem Disc, 3 years old. 5 4-14 in. John Deere Plow, high clearance and trip bottoms. Disc Plow. . . J n i 1 • • '• ; > • • -. ; ; Lindsay 6-sectioh Drag on wheels. '';•••' I 15-ft. Soil Sersfaht.; •; ]\\l ', .}: ' ,;;•'• : 64 I.H.C. Combine, like new. i SO-ft.j John Deere wide type Elevator, 2 wheels, on rubber. I 4-bar I.H.C. Side Delivery Rake. ; f 15-ft. I.H.C. Field Cultivator. ..,,:,, 12 x 38 Tractor Chains. ' , T •' ; 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. Franklin Wagner Quinn & Yungeberg, Aucts. LuVerne State Bank, Clerk M> and Mrs Wooctrow Pettit and family and Everett Householder were Sunday evening supper guests in the Harlan Blanchard home. Mr and,Mrs Glenn Hughes of Sac City are parents of a son born February 14. The baby has been named Michael Glenn and weighed 8 Ibs., 13 ozs. Mr and Mrs Andrew Thompson are the baby's grandparents. Mr and Mrs Andrew Thompson attended the funeral of a friend, Mrs Lottie Peterson at Dollivcr Friday. The Sentral Band Mothers have a new project, with the assistance of tne mothers of vocal students, to buy new cnoir robes ror tne mixed chorus and glee clubs. The robes- were ordered Wednesday and are expected to be here in about four weeks, to be here for the spring contest series. Mr and Mrs Sam McClcish were hosts to a card party at their home Saturday evening. Prizes were given to the following: George Kissner, hi for men, Gerald Radig, low for men, Mrs Wilfred Hadig, hi for women, and Mrs Roy Bierle, low for women. : Ralph Bicrstedt received travei , prize. . . ' A birthday party was held in the Roger Jensen nome in honor of Mrs Koy Jensen. Guests present were Mrs Frank Flaig, Mrs Delmar Fischer, Mrs Milford Mitchell, Mrs Eric Seegebarth, Mrs A. A. Krueger, Mrs E. A. Lee Mrs Art Priebe, Tena Jensen Mrs Orville Deardorff of Yale and Mrs Ernest Jensen. Timothy Elsebecker stayed in the home of his grandparents, Mr and Mrs Ralph Thompson, while his mother was with his brother Douglas, who was a patient in the Holy Family hospital with pneumonia. Douglas returned home from the hospital Thursday. Mrs Katherine Collins of Livermore is spending a few days in :he home of Mr and Mrs Merwin Marlow. , Mr and'.Mrs Melvin Kueck of, Des Moines visited Thursday in ;he Walter Thompson home. Mrs Bud Marlow and Rodney Visited Thursday afternoon in the Fritz -Newbrough home. Mrs * David' Lynch, and ^Patricia, visited Wednesday evening in the luth' Krueger 'homel ".David L : y.rt- ] ch .attended •' the l^le and Gun Jllib^ mfeeting''Wednesday, even- hg at the Lone Rock "Legion hall. Art Priebe and son Joel left Triday to >fly to St. Petersburg, Fla. where the EcllP.riebes will j>e Dresent ittrmeet them arid 'jirive .hem to Fort. Mcy6i ; s, Fla,. (to the Carl Priebe home. *Theytattended' the golden wedding anniversary of their parents, Mr and Mrs Carl Priebe, Feb. 14.' ' Mrs Ruth Krueger visited Tuesday in the Hiram Ackerman home at Burt. • : i * Mrs Orville Deardorff of Yale spent Tuesday in the home of her' parents, Mr and Mrs Roy Jensen. She arrived to help her mother celebrate her birthday. • Mr and Mrs Wilfred Radig, Mr and Mrs Harold Gross, Mr and Mrs Gerald Radig and Dr. and Mrs Lproy Hendricksen and their families were Sunday dinner guests in the Donald Radig home Sentral, it Pair Ringsted — Action was hot and heavy in Ihe Ringsied gym Friday night as Sentral and Ringsted split a pair of basketball games. The home boys took a 64-54 >vin after the girls dropped at 53-40 decision to Sentral in the curtain-raiser. The photo above shows Ringated and Sentral players battling for the ball under the Ringsted basket during the boys game. Ringsted players are in white, Sentral in 'dark shirts. Dennis Hewett and Dave Hansen tossed in 15 points each and Pete Smith counted 14 for Ringsted, while Daryle Preston topped both teams as he pumped in 26 for Sentral. In the girls game, linda Tomlinson got 24 points and Barbara Tomlinson got 19 for Sentral, while Linda Glasnapp got .'7 and DeBtta Watson got 16 for Ringsted. (Photo by Mrs. Hans Hansen-UDM Engraving) ' . i Lorraine Twait Of Ringsted Is On Honor Ro]l Some 240,000 pupils — a jump of 22,000 from last year — in 660 Iowa school systems arc participating in the 2(ith annual Iowa Basic Skills Testing Program headquartered at The Stale Uni- vcrsity of Iowa. J IF ITS NEWS. WE WANT II luxury yacht looks at small craft prices Jmaglni! A Buick priced leu than moil tiiodelf of the lots-price field—with gat wvingi that challenge the coin pacts! Think of savings like that PLUS Buick comfort for heads, hips and legs. Buick "all-day" ride-from the Special 1 * 4- coil Control Arm suspension. Buick go—from it| si//.liug I'rj-li p. aluuiiiunn V-8 'ami aluiiiiiiuiii transniission.* JJut, why iliink aliuut it? lake a guesl-tnme in ihc Buick Special today! ^lltatiaum Oval-Pj:n T'jrbir.: Drivt~oflional at titrt C04L Your THE BEST OK BOTH WORLDS H uick LBUICK SPECIAL Lorraine Twait Ringsied — Lorraine Twait, valedictorian with the 1959 graduating class at Ringsted high school, has been named an honor student at Emmctsburg Junior College. She was one of only three named to the honor roll for the past semester. Miss Twait is now in her second year at Emmetsburg and is also taking a correspondence course along with her regular schooling. She plans to attend Mankato Teachers College this summer, then will teach next fall. (Photo by Mrs Hans Hansen-UDM Engraving) 49 Blue Ribbons Awarded Sentral Music Entries Friendly Neighbor Fenton — The Friendly Neighbor Club met on Thursday, Feb. 9th in the homo of Mrs Hans Baago with Mrs Uueben Lueillkc assisting hostess. Mrs Herschal Ibult'ian ,'-;avc ;i rc.'icliiiK "i'mu- to lM:ike a Batch of Soap'. Mrs W. E. Lar.w and Mis Albert Laiigui'iiian pix'Hc:iteri a Ic.,- soii '.;n "Man Maije Fabric.;." -r-. Sentral grade school .music students batted .777 Saturday at the Grade School Music Festival in Mason City. Of 63 entries they brought home 49 blue ribbons, for instrumental solos and small ensembles. iSentral's band directors, War- reii Jones and LeRoy Bras commented, "The growth .of the invitational festival is testimony to life value band men place on< it:" Tliere were 519 entries in the fi|st festival in 1957. This year there were 2,025 entries with 55 schools participating. It is spon- sdred by the North Central Iowa Bandmasters' assocation. 'Other area schools participating included Ringsted with 30 entries, Titonka 11, Ledyard 34, Armstrong 40. 'Greene, Iowa, had the largest ntimber of entries 103. Supt. of the Green school is former Fenton superintendent, yerle J. Tatum. The contestants' appeared at 20 separate centers Scntrals .contestants played in the basement of Central Lutheran church. Has 80th Birthday Fenton — Mr and Mrs Ralph Weisbrod entertained a number of friends and relatives Thursday : ri honor of Mrs Blanche Hus- INCOME TAX REPORTS i MADE OUT FOR YOU C. O. BAILEY SENECA LONE ROCK PHONE WA. 5-3951 (50-8) 0' THE SEA From The Sunshine State of Florida A Wonderful New Discovery, As Old As The Ocean Bodies, As Remarkable As The Sun And Sky. This Amazing Naw Concentrated Ocean Product May Be Taken In Oral Form Daily, And Has In Many Ceses Helped Improve General Health. Actual Ocean Water Is Processed To Produce This Great New Product, Sip O' The Sea, 44 Natural Elements Prpvije A Truly Amazing Smorgasbord Which May Olfer What Your Body Needs. Noi a Drug or Habit Forming. A Genuine, Natural Ocean Product Taken From Atlantic Ocean Waier. 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