The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 16, 1961 · Page 8
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8-Algena (la.) Upper D« Maine* Thursday, March 16, 1961 FARM SALE CALENDAR Algona Upper Dot Moines Match 9, Thursday 1 — Gerald N. Kramer sale, 4 north and '/4 miles west of Burt. Quinn & Yungeberg, auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, Algona, clerk. March 9, Thursday — T, M. Aure sale, 2 west of Bode, or 3 east and 2 south of Ottosen. Kleve St Anderson, auctioneers; Bode State Bank, clerk. March 11, Saturday — Franklin Wagner postponed sale, at George Wagner farm 9 south, '/4 west and J /i south of Algona Machinery line. See sale listing elsewhere. Quinn: & .Yungeberg, auctioneers; LuVerne State Bank, clerk. Match 11, Saturday — POSTPONED SALE from March 8, Earl Thompson and John Pritchard, at the farm ,3 south of COr- with on blacktop, then % mile east. Includes farm machinery, vehicles, 43 head cattle, buildings, etc. Quinn & Yungeberg, auctioneers; Corwilh State Bank, clerk. Sale in detail in paper today. March 11, Saturday — Clarence Tellefson sale, 9 east and 1 north of Blue Earth, Minn, Sale machinery, misc., HH goods, etc. Complete details in UDM this issue, Wedel & Clark, auctioneers; State Bank of Frost, clerk. March 13, Monday — Winnebago Implement Co., Winnebago, Minn, machinery auction. Wedel & Clark, auctioncrs; First National Winnebago clerk. Sale listings in today's UDM. March 14, Tuesday — Lawrence A. Hauek sale, 3% miles north of Humboldt on Hy. 169. THE NEW MARVELOUS WAll OVEN RANGES by . . 7 • Exctuitva "look-Thru" Mirror door! • Excluilv* full.height, twin capacity oven (6528 cu. In.)! • Popular 30 and 36 Inch sizes) • "Slide-out" Surface Unit Drawer) As Low As $2.50 week. CULLEN HARDWARE s^ Gives the speed and ease of electric typing , in only HALF the space/ HALF the eostl The new Smith-Corona has a big 12 Inch paper capacity... a long 11 Inch writing line... yet weighs only 18 pounds. Here's the convenience of POWER TYPING at the lowest price ever, with the features of far bigger and more expensive machines. Electric action means "print perfect" impressions for every .letter... gives up to 15 clear carbons. Repeat actions available on any key. See it... try it... todayl ^********s**^-s*^~i-^^f-*s*~j~^f^i**r*^^^s^^~i^r*^^ KOSSUTH COUNTY'S LARGEST SELECTION OF PORTABLE & OFFICE TYPEWRITERS WE MEET (Or BETTER) ALL MAIL ORDER & DISCOUNT HOUSE PRICES And You See What You Buy Know That It Works Right Without Shipping Costs ALSO ON HAND SMITH-CORONA GALAXIES, ELECTRIC PORTABLES, STERLING, SKYWRITER MODELS REMINGTON NEW QUIET-RITER, LETTER-RITER & TRAVEL-RITER MODELS UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. Sale includes 01 hend hogs, 28 Herefords, 102 head sheep, machinery and equipment. Kleve & .Andersen, auctioneers; First Na» tlonal Bank, Humboldt, clerk. Complete sale details in UDM this issue. ' March IS* Wednesday — Burns & Clark auction sale of farm machinery, at Emmet countyi'fair- grounds, starting 11 a.m. sharp. Listing of major items and other information elsewhere in today's paper. Emmet County State Bank, Estherville, clerk. March IS, Wednesday — Arnold Erichsrud Estate sale, 6 east of Blue Earth on Hy. 16, and I'/i south. Details in UDM today. Wagner and Wadel, auctioneers; Blue Earth State Bank, clerk. March 20, Monday — Mrs Donald Root closing out farm sale, 1 mile south and % mile west of Fenton. Bcrkland and Lyle Benson, 1 auctioneers, Sale details today's UDM. March 21, Thursday — Curtis P. Haahr sale, 2 miles north of Ringsted. Includes 123 head of livestock (hogs and sheep), machinery, etc. Clair Clark and Lyle Bensen, auctioneers; Emmet County State Bank of Ringsted, clerk. Sale details in UDwl today. Hans Hansen Of Ringsted, Dies; Funeral Today Ill E. Call St. ALGONA, IOWA A Ringsted farmer who was injured Feb. 27 in a fall down a flight of stairs died Monday nlghl at Holy Family hospital in Estherville. Hans John Hansen, 44, who suffered a fractured skull in the accident, never regained consciousness. He was hospitalized 11 days at St. Mary's hospital in Rochester then was transferred to the Estherville hospital Friday. Death came at 10:25 p.m. Mr Hansen was born March 23, 1916 at Fredsville, la. to Veronica and Andrew Hansen. He came to Ringsted with his parents v.-hen he was two. On Dec. 29/1939, Mr Hansen was married -to Marie Irmiter of Armstrong and they have farmed near Ringsted. Mr Hansen was a longtime member of the Farm Bureau and of the Knights of Columbus lodge at Estherville. Besides his wife, Mr Hanson is survived by seven children, Douglas, 19, David, 18, Rebecca, 16, Gregory, 12, James, 10, Kay, 9, and Kevin, 5%. Mrs Hansen is a correspondent for the Algona Upper Des Moines. • He also leaves his mother Mrs A. M. (Veronica) Hansen at Armstrong; a sister and brother, Mrs Francis Guerdet of Armstrong and William Hansen of Ringsted. Funeral rites have been set for 10:30 a.m. Thursday at St. Mary's Catholic church in Armsli-onj; with RPV. E. E. Apt officiating, nurial will be in Mount Calvary cemetery at Armstrong. The Thomas funeral home al Ringsted is in charge of arrangements. NOTES OF SERVICE MEN PACIFIC (FHTNC) — John M. Christensen, seaman appentice, L'SN, son of Mr and Mrs Merton J. Christensen of Whitlrmore, is serving aboard the guided missile frigate USS M:ihan on a five- week cruise in tho Pacific. The i Miihan cl. parted Sun Diego, Calif., Fob. 1G, and is scheduled | to visit Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, , nnd Acapuito, Mexico, before re; turning March 21. Tho new frigate was commis- i sioned Au^. U5, 1900, three years [ after the laying of its keel in the S;m Francisco Naval Shipyard. It , is equipped with advanced electronic equipment and armament, including the Terrier surface-to- air missile and the Asroc, an "WICK ASA BUNNY WE LOAN MON BE A BETTER BUNNY... BORROW HERE TO BUY! IF YOUR EASTER NEST EGG IS GONE, SEE US FOR A PERSONAL LOAN AT LOW BANK RATES Easter is coming, tax-time is here and everyone is getting in the spring buying-mood. So, if you need cash for these, or any other reasonable purpose ... see us now. Borrowing here is easy, confidential, quick . . . and you won't find lower rates or better terms anywherel No appointment is needed. IOWA STATE BANK ALGONA, IOWA Sound, Friendly, Efficient Service Member F. D. |. C. ,y( /^V **V.J >>^$^*M * '> » 4', * <* tirfW*.- > ' i ' " } ^ Pay Hikes For Swea Teachers The Swea City C6mmunity school board recently decided to offer contracts to all the mem* bers of the current faculty., Raises were given ail teachers ranging from,- $160 to $300 per year. The scale depends; on their tenure, educational preparation and extracurricular ^duties. Several resignations are expected to be received from teachers In the elementary grades. The board decided that an additional grade teacher would be hired for next school year. FOR SALE — ALL ORINDARY legal forms can.be obtained from us. Contracts, mortgage forms, leases, deeds, billfe of sale, liens, notes, power of attorney, etc. At the Upper Des Moines Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa. 3tf writing purporting to be the Iastl4, ISfll, . . .* ». * - • r* Miss America endorses the perfect gift. Nancy Fleming of Montague, Michigan, Miss America of 1961, proudly displays the perfect gift for all occasions—United States Savings Bonds. On sale at your bank, this valuable "gift that keeps on giving" is guaranteed to please; •LAKOTA By Mrs Darwin Meyer Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs A. C. Schissel were Mr and Mrs Joe Madden and family and John Kingston, all of Armstrong. Mr and Mrs Henry Boettcher and Mr and Mrs Otto Engelbarts ' went to Blue Earth Sunday ai- ternoon to visit with the Boett-, cher's son Alvin who is a patient at the Blue Earth hospital. Alvin had surgery last week. Mr and Mrs Virgil Wells and Mr and Mrs Glen Wells and family were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs Signe Nelson. Mr and Mrs Dale Patterson and son were Sunday evening visitors at Clear Lake at the home of Mrs Patterson's sister, Mr and Mrs John Bonner.' , Mr and Mrs Don Wirtjes and family were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs Wirtjes' sister at Clear Lake. Mr and Mrs Carl Janssen of Wellsburg were week end visii-i ors at the home of Mr and Mrfe Herman Jutting. ' Mr and Mrs Henry Boettchefr and Mr and Mrs Otto' Engelbarts visited Sunday evening at the home of the ladies' brother an'd wife, Mr and Mrs Carl Christ at Blue Earth. Dr. and Mrs H. H. Murray and Velma Meyer and Arlo Dorcn- bush spent Sunday in the cities at the Gift Show. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Aukes and family were Sunday evening supper guests at the William Meyer home. Mr. and Mrs Carl Haayer. of Buffalo Center were Sunday supper guests at the parental Vera Blome home, celebrating Carl's birthday. Mr and Mrs Keith Hertzke of Austin, Minn, were week end guests at the parental Raymond Hertzke home. Mr and Mrs Harvey Hassebrock of Buffalo Center were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Herman Jutting. The U.P.W. met at the Presbyterian church Thursday. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs Ear,l Paulson, Mrs O. M. Rippentrbp, Lena Gutknecht and Mrs John Griese. Mrs W. D. Ley was in charge of devotions. Mrs Earl Paulson sang a solo accompanied' by Mrs J. E. Ukcna. Mrs W. E. Ley gave a book review. Honorary membership was given to Mrs C. A. Gutknecht and Mrs I. E. Wortman. Mr and Mrs Dave Boekelman went to Waterloo and brought Shelda Hertzke home to spend tho week at homo before her wedding. Coast Guard Nominee Gary Angle, Algona high senor, is one of five nominees nam- >d by Cong. Merwin Coad for udmission to the Const Guard Academy at New London, Conn Tom the fith district of Iowa. Hes taking his entrance examina- .ion Saturday at Fort Dodge. Most colds are caught right at home. Adults catch them from children more often than the other way around. Scarlet fever often causes acute ear disciise by direct ex- ension of inflamntion from the hroat into the ears. Difference between a poor man nnd a rich man is that one wor- •ies about his next meal while the other worries about his last one. We have no quarrel with the man who has lower prices. He knows better than anyone else what his services are worth. Guess they call 'em window envelopes because they contain bills that give us a pane. Ernest Zaugg, Algona, To Wed This Summer Dorothy Ann Blankman, Cedar Rapids, shown here, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Blankman, Watkins, is engaged to wed Ernest C. Zaugg, Cedar Rapids, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Zaugg of Algona. Both are employed at Collins Radio in Ced'ar Rapids. The. wedding will be held June 5 in St. Michael's Catholic church at Norway. (UDM Engraving) UDM Classifieds Par Dividends IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT 17 Notice NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL STATE OF IOWA . , ss. IN DISTRICT .COURT &ossuth Countyi No. 7876 March Term, 1961 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, that an 'instrument of Will and • Testament of Otto. Wkhtendahl, , Deceased, dated March 8, 1946, having been this day filed,.opened and read, Monday the 27th day of March, 1961, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in' Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A.M., of the day above mention- ted all persons. interested are hereby notified- and required to appear,- and show cause, if any they have, . why instrument should not be .probated and allowed as and for the last will and Testament of said deceased, Dated at Algona, Iowa, March YOU SAW IT ADVERTISED IN THE UPPER DES MOINES Clerk of the District Court ' Alma" Pearson Mcivffihon & Cassel, Attorneys' "'' '" : toWa ,• -t '. : •. . (11) tmmmmmmmmmmmfmmummmmmmnamammmmmmmmum i • " • HOME BUYERS - HOME OWNERS - HOME BUILDERS WE'LL SEE YOU THROUGH - FROM DOWN PAYMENT TO DEBT FREE OWNERSHIP. 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