The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 2, 1961 · Page 3
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Uppif Des Mainai Thursday, March 2, Nan Wed, Feb. 25 LuVerne — Announcement is made of the marriage of Gwen Zamora of Austin, Minn., at Mason City Saturday, Feb. 25. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schmidt of Austin, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Marty of LuVerne. ' The bride is employed in the office of a Austin hospital. The groom is associated with his brother in a cheese factory in Waltham. For a trip they visited In Omaha, with his Ulster, Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Blbert in Harlan and in LuVerne with his parents and grandparents, the Henry Kub- lys. They will be at home at Austin: LIVE WIRES MET The LuVerne Live Wires Girls 4-H club met Friday. Four new members welcomes were Coleen John, Vickie Fox, Paula and Phyllis Block. One mother Mrs. George Schnetzer was a guest. Plans were made for a parent banquet March 25 in the Methodist church. Meeting Adjourned. Talks were given by Linda Schnetzer and Zelda Wdtzel. Demonstrations were given by Connie Schnetzer, Phyllis Blumer, Raeann Brink, Donna Kuehnast, Nancy Brink and LeOta Ann Voss. A complete breakfast served ' AlgonanWill Wed Wisconsin Girl Sept. 6 Wayne Dorfiberger families. Mr, and Mrs. Henry Kubly, their daughter, Mrs, Edwin Marty attended the - funeral of Hugh Cdlwell in Algona Tuesday. The Sherman Township Homemakers club were Feb. 22 guests of Mrs. Orville Hurlburt, with six members present. Guests were Mrs. Raymond Nelson, Mrs. Merril'l Hefty and Mrs. Ben Hefty. Mrs. Charles Hanselman, Jr., presented the lesson. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Trauger, sons, David, Dean and Daryl, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hof, Kathy Hanselman, Johnny Wickett attended Cinerama Sunday in Min- tMge neapolis. .. Irvin Ram us of Fort visited Sunday with his 1 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Itatrius,.' Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hof Friday evening dinner guests^ his sister Mrs. Cora Ross at Jfuifi- boldt on the occasion of the births' day of Mrs. Hof. Florence Hiif) sister, was a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Orvilte HUributf and family were week end gtiestjS 1 in the parental Alton Hurlbuff home in Minneapolis. They at-* tended the Iowa-Minnesota baS* ketball game. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Patterson visited Saturday and. Sunday In Des Moines With their aaugmers, Mr. and Mrs. James flftdley,,Mf and Mrs. flqtfert'**""-* 1 --*'•*- dra'Patterson. Mr. and MrA ^ .„„«,, 3011 Mr> , & d %' ff**""* «™e were guests .SttuUy ef • tnei? daughter and, sister. iM ' 3(M. Bohan family in HUffibbldi Tne jccasion was the 39thWeddtog anniversary of the Frfcd Krusei ' Mr. and Mrs. Jerry W.eber and son Junior of Mankatd, 'IMmi,, were Week end visitors witH their parents, the 'Alvin Webers, Lu- Verne, and the Joe Erkrkardfe t Livermore.' Mr. and Mrs t George Mood of Mr and Mrs Erwin Eith, Verona, _Wis. announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Ann, shown here, to Robert V. Gillingham, son of Mr and Mrs Robert R. Gillingham, Algon Miss Eith is receptionist at G Magazines, Inc. and Robert stationed at Truax Field, Mad son. The couple will be marriec Sept. 6 at'St. William's Cathol church, Paoli, Wis. (UDM En graving.) Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Striplin and baby of Danbury were wee ^nd visitors in the parental Mr and Gordo _____ BIRTHDAY DINNER rtheAM fthday dinner Sunday rthe Mr and Mrs. Albert Wilhelm Cif Richardson returned from their winter vaca tion spent visitin S their son, Mr * Elmer Eager Granbv Colo at of Manson, the L. Happens of Hardy; The Richard Larsons, the Roger Days', the Kieth Wei- helms, Sharon Wilhelm, Mike McCormack, all of Humboldt, Kenneth and Ronald Wilhelm, Eagle Grove. NEW, ARRIVALS Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Stewart of Duncombe are the parents of a daughter born Feb. 24 at the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. F. F.; Fett of Lu- Veme the maternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Thu of Graettinger are parents of an eight pound, two ounce daughter, ' Pamela Jean born Feb. 27 at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. They have a son Gregory. ,Mrs. Thu, former Elaine Eggleston is 'the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Eggleston, LuVerne. Linda Barton, six year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Barton was entered at Mercy hospital Saturday for examination. Mrs. Anna Goetsch returned Saturday from Hancock Mem- was a medical patient past month. Ronald Wolf, young son of Mr. and Mrs. Gail Wolf, underwent an appendectomy Wednesday in Mercy hospital at Mason City. _. Marty, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly visited Sunday in the ,Judean Weitha home in Randall. They went to celebrate the second birthday of Cynthia Kay Weitha their grand and great granddaughter. Mrs. Earl Neal, Mrs. Albert Genrich; Mrs. Paul Blumer, Mrs. Ralph Davidson spent Friday afternoon visiting Mrs. Edward Hof on the occasion of her birthday. Mrs. Blumer made the cake for refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Eggleston, their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nygaard of Wesley visited 'Sunday and Monday in Des Moires . jwiith their paughters, Beulah and Doris Eggleston. Doris Eggleston is a surgical patient in the Methodist hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Dimler were week end visitors with their daughter Mr. and Mrs. Janjes Neville and Diane in Ames. En- route home they called in the _'larence Hill and Basil Koob homes in Fort Dodge, sisters of Mrs. Dimler. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mush- camp were week end visitors with her father M. L. Barton. Mrs. Phil C. Lichty went ;o Sioux Falls, S. D., Sunday for a visit with her son and daughter, the Richard Wermersen and T. M. AURE PUBLIC SALE As we are leaving the farm I will sell at the place located 2 miles west of Bode, Iowa; or 3 miles east and 2 miles south of Ottosen, Iowa Thursday, March 9 Beginning at 1 P.M. MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT 450 IHC Diesel Tractor, power steering, fast hitch, 3 valve, 15:1 x 38 rear tires, new in 1959, 1500 hours; Int. 2 row Corn Picker, 1958 nearly new; 1952 Ford Pickup, V 4 ton, 6 x 8 box with fold down stock rack; 1958 4 section John Deere Rotary Hoe; 1959, 4 section Noble Level Flexible Harrow; 3 bottom, J. D. 55A Plow with throw away [ays on rubber; 8 ft.. No. 8 IHC Windrower; New Idea, Wagon, 15" J£™ BTn S U I °« 1 '£- X 10 b ° X< 2 ? ears old! 1948 Case Combine with new ^•'•"•' *« «• K«ng & Hamilton, 2 wheel elevator, swinging ifi'in Ll i ! H S. D £ CJ J H T? ,f nd 9 ate Seeder and Seeder Wheel for 16 m. wheel; 14 ft. Field Roller; 1959 IHC Rotary Stalk Chopper; Air compressor, 20 ft. hose with 25 Ib. auto, grease bucket- Wiscon Htloi rw £ r C ^ nb4ine: J£. *,"• Electric D *'» and Bits; 50 Individual Steel Chicken Nests; Chicken Feeder; New Electric Heater for Chicken walerer; other Chicken Equipment; 10 gal. Upright Hand Gas Pump; 2 wheel Trailer wilh % ion box; 1958 4-row 461 Cultivator, rubber guage wheels. HOUSEHOLD ITEMS TO BE SOLD AT 1 P.M. B~, 6 Upholstered seat Dining Room Chairs; 6 leather seat Dining Room Chairs; steel Bed Frame with Casters, adjusts 36 to 54 irL WKje, 6 mo. old; 6 qt. Glass Churn; Dinette Table, 42 x 60 wilh 2-12 in leaves; 6 Chairs to match. TERMS: CASH; no property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents. T. M. AURE, Kleve & Andersen, Auct. r* Bode State Bank, Clerk (9) " ' ' . ', ]**& % '«W& W past week £J8?-'J&2&^ ,h|r ,sfiter, Mrs. M0|{| ^ttad|fa«, ( MfS.4'ii{jedj \wiii •1w'an&Mri,' 'fi'lrifJM'-. Sfucelftd. Shelley' »f'F6rd _ W6fe Sunday v&ittrfg ef-her tnd!- Mrs. Lena-'Hitit AJ c&Mefs' were'Mrs. ftSfifey and Pamela Of Bancroft , ; ;• Mr; arid Mrs, Lawrence Marty fend Norman. vMted her • parents the ttev. and Ml* A. S: Pefekman in Cedar .Falls Sunday. Mrs. Marie Sfbdda&i and°Mr, V and Mrs. George Mood wife the Jas" fa r,-Vaugrm fatally, Livermore; the Robert Wilson family of Butland;. Mrsr QaM Stoddard. and children of Titonka and Mrs. Bohrtie Ellifritl Mr, and Mrs. Dale Braynard" and son Colin move'd this week t6 Ames. Dale wl'll resume his course 'in Vocational agriculture at Iowa .University and will then be graduated from a four yeat course, His education was drvter- rupted as he spent three years in the armed service. Marine Lt. and Mrs. Charles Porter and three children of Jacksonville, N. C., visited her parents the Bonnie Ellifritz family the past week. They left Fri- day for rie tico, Virginia.' Mr. find Mrs.' harry -jjicniy, Jr;nu C. Llehty and Grace £I6Kty w%flt Sunday t6 foledo ,'td attend the funeral of jtheir UrlCley^JOhn ft Lichty, 89. They remained to visit relatives until Monday. •- ,. -; Dinner guests Sunday oi Mrs. Clara Wolf and Mrs. Kate Barton were her daughters Mr. arid. Mrs. Clarence Jergersen' of Corwith, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Peohume'ri Afternoon callers Were their brother, Mr. and Mrs: Charles Wolf of Ford Dodge. /, UDM Classified* Pay BMd«nd* •i i •'--'- - •* • ' for one "SflttKSS! DEL CLARA BRAND SEEDLESS RAISINS r/2 LB. BAG SALAD OIL NAZOLA Qudrt Bottle Extra lean Trimmed PO RK LOINS CENTER CUT ALL SWEET MARGARINE 4' ' $foo Pork Chops > 65 TENDERLOIN Pork Chops»75 FLEISCHMANN'S YEAST 3 Pack Sleeve HORMELS SKINLESS ALL MEAT WEINERS VEGETABLE SHORTENING SPRY COCK O' WALK BRAND PEARS HOME GROWN ROASTING CHICKENS u>. 39c FILLET OF PERCH ID No.2'/2 Cans MILD CASINO Brick Cheese FRESH OYSTERS HEINZ Tomato Soup Reg. Cans KRISPIE CRACKERS HEINZ KETCHUP 14 Oz. Bottles CLEANSER PERFEX LARGE PKG. KELLOGG'S CEREALS MIX OR MATCH Smacks Corn Pops Frosted Flakes All Stars SNO-WHITE CAULIFLOWER 25c LARGE HEAD Liquid Lux 22 OZ. BOTTLE BUTTER-NUT COFFEE i LB. CAN CELERY HEARTS THi VIRY 8I5T REUNION BRAND TOMATO JUICE 46 Oz. Cans HI-C BRAND Pineapple-Grapefruit Juice 46 Oz. Cans ASSORTED VARIETIES MUSSELMAN JELLIES 12 Oz. Jars- BOOK MATCHES Reg. Boxes BON 'AMI SPRAY Window Cleaner LIQUID DETERGENT HANDY ANDY Quart Bottle STALEY'S STA-PUFF 1/2 JUG - POLICY - You Can Be Sure When You Shop At Fareway That You Get All The Low Prices. Fqreway Meet* PRIC6S §FFfCTIVi FROM MARCH 3 TO MA RCH 9. WE RiSJRV* THI RIGHT TO UMIT. ECONOMICAL FOOD OI8TRIBUTIQN'

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