The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 23, 1961 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 23, 1961
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UpP" P« Matnat Thursday, Feb. 23, 1961 in i-i IH III 1*1 II) 111 III III III III Ledyard Group Attends County F.T.A. Meeting ui Ladyard — The Future Teach Ifjers Association of Kossuth coun ty held their meeting Feb. 6 a . " Titonka. There were 28 mehiber. present. Mr Hanson from Bur end Mrs Max Goldman of Titonka were guests. The following sponsors were present: Mrs Scoft from Ledyard Mr Hill from Titonka; Mr Tom linson from Sentral; and Mrs Oesterrcicher, '• February 25 ia the date of the Des Moines Celegale Assembly. There will be an election of state officers. Kathleen Eden from Titonka' is a candidate for the office" of secretary from Kossuth county. Kossuth county will send LET US SHOW YOU how to GET MORE MY LESS* FARM BUREAU MUTUAL AUTO INSURANCE IJCUf PIu5 other • AIM d '' SCO «""* LOW ' con mecffl RATES real savings FOR DETAILS — CAU OB SEE — delegates to this meeting and they will serve ns the campaign committee, Jean Keith from Al- gonn 'will be the campaign spea ker. Lunch was served by the Tl- conka group. Attending the meeting from Ledyard were Caroline Busch, Beth Johnson; Nancy Herzog, Ann carpenter and Patty Mayne. Mi'd-week Lenten Services are to be held Wednesday evening at Bethany Evangelical and Refor med Churrh with three visiting pastofS bringing Lenten messa ges to the congregation. At the Methodist church, Lenten Services began Thursday evening when Rev. Victor Vrie- sen will bo guest speaker. Rev. F. G. Samek pastor of the church will be conducting the services hronghotit the Lenten period each Thursday evening. The American Legion Auxi- iary met at the Legion Hal) Tuesday, afternoon with Mrs Ted "reert, in charge of the meeting n Die absence of the president, Mrs G. F. Simonsmeier. A blue ook quiz was conducted by Mrs ohn Richardson. Thirty-four soloists and one voodwind ensemble took part in fifth annual North Centra owa Grade Music Festival helc at Mason City Saturday. Of the entries, 27 received superior ratings and eight received excellent ratings. Music director is Vernon Anderson. At the Wednesday afternoon meeting of the Sacred Heart Rosary Society the group heard a ! thank you note read from Mrs Ben Wesselman for the farewell gift she had received from the group. Work will soon begin on the new floor for the kitchen. Mrs S. L. Powers, Mrs Ted Thilges and Mrs Bernard Reilly were named to revise all standing committees, also* named werej Mrs Al Dudding and Mrs Gust Koppen, who are to serve on the fund raising committee. The program was in charge of Mrs Don Koppen and Mrs Dale Patterson. Rev. Mor.tag talked and airs Koppen gave a reading. Hostesses v.-cre Hubert Govern, chairman: Tec Gsx««. Mar- Herzog, Mr and Mrs Marlin Runksmeier became the parents of a baby boy weighing 10 Ibs. 13 ozs. He was born Feb. 7 at the Blue Eartl: Hospital. Mr and Mrs J. F. Sullivan anc Jeremiah visited with Mrs Sul •livan's aunt, Mrs Lena Krebs back, at Whittemore Thtirsda afternoon. Marlin Peterson, former teach e? here and now a student at tht University of South Dakota visit ed in Ledyard Friday. Nenl Warren of Des Moines came Friday evening and spen the week end at the parenta D. B. Mayer's. Mrs Warren anc Tamara, who had visited her the past week returned home with him ns did Mrs Richard Schmertzler and girls. Mrs D. B. Mayer, Mrs Martha Schroeder and Mrs Lena Warnei weic in Algona Wednesday af- ternon and attended the monthly mooting of the Kossuth County School Foods Service Association which met at the Annex. Mrs Mayer is president of tht Kossulh County group. The lad- also visited with Mrs Warn' sister, Mrs Clarence Ackerson who is a patient at St. Ann hospital. Dinner guests at the home of Mrs Martha Schroeder and Barbara Sunday in observance of Barbara's birthday which was Friday, were Mr and Mrs Ronald Schroeder and boys. Mrs Wayne Gade and Craig of Whittemore and Mr and Mrs Larry Meyer of Wellsburg. Mr and Mrs Fred Looft and Mr and Mrs Bernard Looft of Swea City visited at the N. A Pingel home Saturday afternoon Sunday afternoon and supper quests at the Pingel home were Mr and Mrs' Lawrence Pingel and boys of Algona and Mr and Mrs Albert Looft. Dr. L. E. Marshall, Mrs Paul rellums, Mrs Chris Gelhaus and Dean visited with Mrs Marshall and Brenda at University Hospital in Iowa City Thursday and Friday. guest book. '"William Cooper MA „,„« „„ llffe were mawied Fete, 1 BMW at the home of Jier fcareflte, tftt late Mr find Mrs Tom Joliiffe near Bradgato. Their attendants were Mrs Cooper's sistfer Mrs Joe rfonn of Bdtre stttA the* life fleffa- I'rt Blake. « , ' -' was given: Keith Strayer of Algona gave a prayer and talk, Susan Erdnian played two, flute solos. She was accompanied by Dennis Kissinger. Douglas ,Cobp* er played a cornet Solo, and Septt Cody played a piaflo Solo. : !: ; Mrs Ralph' Richards read a poem and Mrs Albert Thorsen read "My Get Up find Go Has Went." Naomi Struthers gave an early history of Bill and Bessie The two-tierred anniversary cake was white trimmed with yellow roses and ' topped with gold and white bells and net, Mrs Russell Cooper and Mrs Keith Cooper were in charge'of the gift table. Linda Enockson and Gloria Cody served punch. Mrs Ernest Enoekson and Mrs Merland Cody were hostesses Vlrs Gilbert Brodale handed out oils. They are the parents of five hildren, Mrs Ernest (Reyjj) Enockson, Mrs Merland (Floy) Cody and Russell Cooper, all of Humboldt, Mrs Howard (Thelma) Klein of Lincoln, Nebr. and Ke 'th Cooper of Webster City. There are ten grandchildren Kitcheti hostesses 'were ftjfti ESSI6 Center, Mfg Ud Toftebtff Mrs Oliver KittSeth, Mrs fia? Long, Mrs Eugene .Hofius, Mrs Donald Coope*, MM .Loren Dan* t. Mrs Artfte IdVtfeWrs Mlfce ,-Jyle, Mh .Bfelma Nelson,' afld Mrs Jesse V*tt W»Jrii8t. Mrs Oliver Klnseih celebrated^ birthday Monday, Feb. 6. Margaret Holt was a Sunday evening caller for the occasion* Wednesday afternoon neighbors came for a party, bringing along a big unch. Attehdini were Mrs Mike Coyle, Mrs Selma Nelson, Mrs Eugene Hoflus, Mrs Earl Olsoh, Mrs Anna Purdy and Mrs John Vinaas, Nancy Telford was two years old Friday. Afternoon guests were Mr and Mrs Roy Telford and Larry, Mrs LeRoy Worby, Vickie and Tami and Mrs Alfred Schultz, Todd and Debra. Saturday afternoon Mrs W. G. Moench, Randy and Julie of Humboldl came to hulp Nancy observe her birthday again. Mrs LeRoy Worby observed a birthday Friday Mrs Dean Telford and Nancy were morning callers. Evening visitors were Mr and Mrs Roy Telford, Mr and Mrs Carlisle Halsrud and Marsha, Mr and Mrs Oliver Lee and Terry and "Mr and Mrs Merle Halsrud and family. Mr and Mrs Clyde Cooper of D|xtef,*,Minn,,wera ..Saturday &toS»A • •frfiiefr, 8\m*y tfftijw. jftteafe Wfer* Mf aftd Mrs RaipB ceaper and ChatleS and Ruth Legfet of Sutherland, Mr and M>S Juohald Cooper ana'family -anr HdlUS Cooper and Pom of Hum J ' }• r AM. i *' Mr* and Mrs Stanley Rieaei antl family of Rdwaft were Suri' day dinner guests at the Ed Bctt- kendorfs.- Mrs Hiedel is a sister of Mr Benkendorf. '&& and Mrs Victor Meytf" and Kevin went to Iowa City' -Tu&F* day for a check up for Kevin, ' Mr and Mrs H. J. Nielsen visit- id the Pearl Hudson family at -Currie, Minn. Wednesday "and Thursday. Mr 'and Mrs Eugerte Strutheri and family spent the week end with her parents, Mr and Mrs Ri ,M. Hanson at Atikeny. >. .., „ DEEH Mr and Mrs Kenneth Morrow and family recently sighted as many as twelve deer in the Cottonwood area east of Diagonal in Ringgold county.' The herd m'ov- ed out of the roadway, bounded fences and took their stand.On a nearby hill. Later the Morrows saw the deer again while Returning to Diagonal. ' 62 Mi* and Mrs John J. Douds of Victor recently celebrated their 52nd wedding anniversary. FUNERAL HOMES At LuVERNE - WESLEY - TITONKA '- RENWICK ALLEN J. BLAKE, DIRECTOR ' ; ' .'...' : - 1 I 1: .*.:-. -!-.. f " . • 24 HOUR! AMBULANCE SERVICE OXYGEN EQUIPPED ** RADIO CONTROLLED PHONE TU 2-3322 (collect) ' LuVerne ' Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch-Relieves Pain New York, FT. T. (Spcclil) _ For th« first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching, and reyeve pain — without surgery. In ease after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage), took place. Most amazing of all—results wart so thorough that sufferers mad* astonishing statements like "Piles have ceased to be a problem I" The secret is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne«)-discovery of • world-famous research institute. This substance is now available In luppotitory or ointment form under the name Preparation U9. At all drug counters. DON STARK 213 S. MOQSS ALGONA, PHONi Cf run mHiUi wwm / f flfiin /• INi <Jit» n:Za (LtZ> i *!; MDietl. 'n lint nrifi ihi!ii?xJ iTucrument&i i JKUUK fy .^ratit; muai:: s-uiUmts.'On' ! I!" 'rrojiTmn viert Die v/miUv.niui | tius:. lhant r V7atsTiinusf ;anti Uar- • j'Carc-. Scirfreed-;:: OT.V ,suio!:tt3, ; Eu; £?TJ- ::-Iio'/k>.-. Phvlhs "V/aHenihie.. ;-,Tr.-/ -n-,AWCT V.-CTStTrorlt. 'Tiian . :*conqspaai£is..7i-flTc-!3>aanna33run-f'V.*iSh ZIW til. ,rtnn ;tarrxmt«.i- and :Bott W. 6. Coopers, Oftosen, Feted On Anniversary _^'D±loHcji — Mr and Mb-s W. G Cuimur -ct;l«>brul{ifl liheir colfltr. v«tUims unnrvjrniirj- SundiiT 'T'Ob. !2. ivoni l:ilD :untfl :5 d'tfl'.Kib nt :lht- '.Gommarciai iCiub ibajlsliry! nutiit.'-- .»rt«nSini:. Mi.'f .ijuci t.'hzcrge of the 1 doing the Laundry, my wash for Natural 5 the operating cost of other dryers! most washers car, w,,hthem Gas assues v H I timino, tumbling adius" automaHcaL fn, r V • 98nH< !. " r ° for fra 9 ile fabri "' Heating, thes have a freih-iunne'd fraoTanc f f.I h J'/n' cas , h T e / es ' s y»»h«»i«. Gas-dried clo^ decorator colors. Aik abou? m.irhi bea " »'f""yfyled Ga, dryer, in gleaming white pr a completely mpde/n W«hday T± 9 *"**" *"* ^° m ^ >C Gas wate( - heaters ' »w/*or CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CY 4-24«4 "YOUR GAS COMPANY' ALGONA *° Sma " er ?*,? and HaVe n ° further USe f ^ r the ft" 0 ^ equipment and livestock, I will sell same ° n fam IOC3ted 1>/2 milesWestof theA1 ^ onaHhwa J^ction 169-18 (North Sale To Start Promptly al 1:00 P.M. b. 25 Mot Responsible For Accidents 165 H "HAMPSHIRE" ALL HOGS VACCINATED & CHOICE FOR QUALITY Rn Ki "u red Sovs ' bred to Purebred Hamp Hoar, to farrow about March 15th. 1—Hampshire Boar, 1 year old. • '. . ' . 18—Hi-jjred Gilts, bred to Purebred Hamp boar, to farrow about May 1st. 120—Choice Hamp Feeder Pigs, wt. about 80 Ibs. 1955 GEHL field Chopper with Corn Head WITH New 1958 Pickup Attachment and 6-ft. Mower Bar. All at • tachments are Quik- tach. FEEDING FORD Machinery EQUIPMENT 1958 COOLS BLOWER 8-ff. hopper and PTO, 50-ft. pf 8-ineh pipe. 2 FORAGE BOXES 6xMx$ Caihoun Forage bpx« with bunk feeejsr a tashments, PTO drive, pnly 3 year* plcj. 2 RUNNING GEARS 9M John Peere running g«ar» with good t're» 4—16 ft. Feed Bunks 1—14 ft. Feed Bunk 1—8 ft. Calf Feed Bunk 1—16 ft. Hay Bunk 1—8 x 10 calf creep self feeder, 100 bu. size. I—16 ft. feed rack on rubber-tired trailer. 1—16 ft. bale rack. 500 BALES 3rd Cutting ALFALFA ORCHARD GRASS (Stored Inside) MISCELLANEOUS 16-ft. Marshalltown field cultivator; IHC 4-section flexible Harrow and evener; Steel wheel running gear with straight box; (HC G»s engine l'/j horse; Bot- fie aas tank heater; 300 gallon gas barrel, hose and itand; 300 jallpn water tank, on wfieeis, A-l; Plus other article* too numerous to mention, © No. 960 Ford Tractor, power steer, good tires with fluid. This tractor is a 1955 model bought new in 1956 and in A-l con. ® 1955 Ford Picker, mounted. 9 1955 Ford 4-row cultivator, Quick-tach, rubber gauge wheels, rear attachment, ® Ford 3-14" plow, throw-away lathes. * Deoreborn mower with 5 and 7-ft, mower bar. 9 4 row Weeder, 3-point hitch. CONSI0NMENT ««,no, h " cons '9 ne< « »he following: 350 "934''H,.|ine Chicken,; 35 Bred Ewes, to lamb Mar. 1st.; Good Poultry Equipment; 36-ft. John Deere Elevator and Hoist; Tool Shop, I.4«!8.ff.; 2 Hog House,, - CASH< or with your banker bffpre sale date v fluclio M9 r' 8 NQtai A ^^ ^^^^ ^^^^™ ^^^^ ^^^^_ '^_ -^_ • • ^iL—i-f; ''• r ' »..»,.!, >I,,BI tiariin LDtKT KRAMER 'l*tf ftoti Ouittn &ii£^ioii£6FM ' i ' • " i •* • - T • ^^* ^^w^^^^ v^ff Miv

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