The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 6, 1961 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 6, 1961
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. UVt, Ex-BurfMan Dies Sunday; Bancroft Rifes at 4 '« me • , op c hospital f'l p - m -' Sunday. April 2. Mew- «h, ^ f l b ° en in ^» in » health for . JJ* E^' e ? r a »<3 a half, but wa£ not hospitalized until a week ago De«th was attributed to n« Eagle Gr °ve. the son of Mr and Mrs J ames Holding. He moved to Burt with his •parents when a small, child; Ho Cd i, M f edu S ation in the , u ch( ? ol> . Sraduating from school with the class of 1921 He was married May 9, 1932 to Florence Rocker of Bancroft. For the past 15 years MerWyn owned and operated a garage at Surviving besides his wife, arc two step children, Bob of New qSffi a "l Bon ™', Mrs William K fl n> S A tor P 1 Lake,., Alto four brothers, Archie of Largo. Fieri- da, Curtis, MUwaukee, Wis., Ar- fn^' S ev fP°^ Wa sh., and Clif., ford, Burt, and two sisters, Jes- m' M ™ Iv £? f onfi ' A1 e° na - and Elva, Mrs W. W. Boettcher. Another sister died in infancy. Rosary for Merwyn was recited at Spencer at '8 p.m. Tuesday evening. . Funeral services for Mr Holding were held at St. Louis Catho- w S -, ch in Royal at 10 a -m., Wednesday, April 5, with grave side rites and burial at the Ban. croft cemetery at 2:30 p.m. Wed nesday.- Janitor Uniform In Work Attire Former Seneca Man Married Carol Lee Dahl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Dahl, East Chain, Minn., and William B Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil E. Moore, Dolliver, were married in. an early evening ceremony, March 18 at the East Chain Lutheran church. The groom, Who was graduated from Seneca high- school, spenlt two years in the army and was stationed in. Korea and Japan. After a wedding trip to Kansas City, the couple will be at home near Dolliver. 4-H Club Met The Senecp Progressive Farmers 4-H club met at the home of Donald Hannisch Mar. 15. James Bergum jand Donald ^Hannji|qh gave demonstrations."'; Picftures were shown by Roger Jensen with Brian. Johnson as narrator. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Osborn spent test weekend with their son, James and family in Minneapolis. Mrs. Henrietta Thomson was hostess to the Seneca Thursday club at her home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Mae Menz and Mrs. Cecil Langerman had charge of the entertainment. Lois Wdlberg, student at St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minn., spent the Easter holidays with her parents, the Martin Wilbergs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Thiel arrived at the Everett Withams Sunday. Mr. Thiel recently received his discharge from the •army, having served in Korea for the past eleven months. Mrs, Thiel remained in Fresno, California during her husbands stay overseas. Their plans for the future are as yet indefinite. Mrs. Nina Kracht left Tuesday for Washington DC where she will visit with her daughter and make the acquaintance of a new granddaughter. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Helmers and son Tony of MarshaUtown spent the Easter weekend with her parents, the Everett "Williams. Carol Hannisch, student at Drake University, Des Moines, visited from Thursday evening until Monday night with her parents, the Elmer Hannischs. Rose Ann Thompson and Eugene Gardner, students at Mankato State Teachers College, spent the Easter vacation with their respective parents, Mrs. Henrietta Thompson and the Raymond Gardners. Easter dinner guests at the Olai Oftsdahls included Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dokken and family of Sioux City, Mr. and Mi's. Bruce Hill and family of Titonka, and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Jacobs of Arm- With uniforms gaining popu- arity eyery day, we knew it would only be 'a matter of time mtil the junior janitors at the Jpper Des Moines, Steve and Jack Waller, sons of Editor Russ Waller, .would show up in some sort of- an outfit that "would designate their position. Jack, a third grader at Bryant school, shown above, was 1 the first to don his new shirt and he wore it at the office while industriously performing his tasks. He paused for a moment to let us take his picture. , The insignia on the shirt, designed by Steve, reads U.D.M. Janitors, and inside of two cir-> cles and a row of dots is a large star with the initials J. W. in the center. One thing, the shirts make it possible to identify the players. without a program. CUDM Polaroid-Engraving) AnnaOgrenOf Lakofa Dies; Funeral Held cept for two yenrs between 1910 and 1912 when they lived in Lake Norton. Mr Ogren. passed away in J.141. . , ' Since that time Mrs Ogren lived In Lakota until last October when she moved to the Presbyterian Home at Ackley. She died unexpectedly S a t .u r d a y tnbrning at Ackley. She had eat' en breakfast in the morning and death came suddenly as she Was sfeated in her chair. besides her son, she is survived by one grandson, Robert of La* kbta, three great-grandchildren, and a brother, Edward Nelson of Brainerd, Minn. She was preceded in death by,three sisters and a brother. She also leaves many old friends and acquaintances in Lakota. Pallbearers were Vernon Smith, James Winter, Ronald Heetland, Glenn Mabus, Donald Winter, and Elmer Paulson; Lakola — Funeral services were held Tuesday for Mrs Anna Ogren, 86, at the Presbyterian Church at 2 p.m. with the Garry Funeral Home of Bancroft in charge. Anna .Ogren was born Feb. 16, 1875, near Blue Earth, Minn., the daughter of Mr and Mrs Peter iW'son. Whetf "still a young girl, her 'parents moved to Estherville where she grew up. On April 20, 1904, she was joined in marriage to Arthur Ogren at.Estherville. To this union was born one son, Earl, who survives. Following their marriage, the Ogrens moved to Lakota. They lived here ever since ex- Rites Held At Armstrong For Hattie Griffin Mrs. Hattie Griffin, 84, died at 1:30 p.m. March 29 at her home noidth of Armstrong. She had been in poor health for several years. Death was due to cancer. • She was born Dec. 30, 1876, at Alpe'na; S< D., the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wfflliam Strain. She was married in 189.4 to Nick Griffin at Armstrong. He died Jan. 30, 1941. They farmed all their married life at Armstrong and moved to her present farm in 1904 where she has resided for 56 years. She is survived by one brother, Jim Strain of Castlewood, S. D. Two sisters and one brother preceded her in death. She was a member of St. 'Mary's Caitholic church. .Services were held at 10:30 a.m. Friday at St. Mary's Catholic church with,Rev. E. E. Apt officiating. Burial was at Fort Dodge. Swea City VFW Elects Officers i Max O'Keefe was elected post commander of the Swea City Ve- jerans of Foreign Wars at the annual meeting held Monday night, . Other 'officers elected were Kenneth Brohes, senior vice commander; Don Forshec, junior vice commander; Earl Berg, quartermaster; Richard Stevens, post advocate; Dr. Addison P. Clark, surgeon; Gordon" Jones, chaplain; William .Walstead,' Norine Danielson; and Lament Jdhnson were elected as trustees, installation of the elected and appointive officers will be held Monday, April 10. It's a real friend who likes you in spite of all he knows about you. ' LOCALS David Hutehlns, a student ai the State University of Iowa at Iowa City, spent his Easter vacation with his parents, Mr and Mrs Eugene Htitchins. Mrs Russell Cook entertained her bridge club Wednesday al- ternoon. • Mr and Mrs Martin Becker had as Easter dinner guests members of the family which included Mr and Mrs Thecs Schnackenberg, Mrs Henry Schnakenberg.'of Lu- Verne, the George, Harold and Frank Becker families^ of Burt, Mr and Mrs Roscoo <Mawdsley Jr., also of Burt and Mr and Mrs Glen Hain. Mr and Mrs Robert Carr and family, Mrs J. E. Falk and Mrs Ann Fochner spent Easter at Swea City with Mr and Mrs Harold Kraritz. Mr and Mrs Julius Baas Had as dinner guests Easter Mrs Kate Stephonson, Mrs Hattie Burlingame, Mr and Mrs Howard Step- lienson and family. Mrs Haiiie Schmidt fell in her home one day last week and broke her left wrist. Mr and Mrs Dutch Honsbruch were visited over the weekend by the letter's mother, Mrs Russell Jennings of Victor, and aunt, Mrs Bert Stout, Belle Plain. Linda Smith and. her fiancee Larry Plummer, Iowa City, spent the Easter weekend with the parents, Mr and Mrs Craig Smith. Mr and Mrs J. P. Smith spent a week ago Saturday till Monday at Des Moines with Mr and Mrs Raymond Hair and family. The Harr's . daughter Dana had Decently been dismissed from a hospital following treatments. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pool have reached Denver, Colo., and are visiting with their daughter and family. Mr and Mrs Roy McMdhon were visited over the Easter weekend by Mr and Mrs James Chapman and Mike and Pat, of Eagle Grove. Mrs Chapman ana the children remained till Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Matthew Streit spent from Friday till Monday at Cedar Rapids with Mr and Mrs Michael Streit and family. Dan Aupperlee, Salina, Ohio, was a guest recently of Mr and Mrs Matthew Streit. Glen Raney left Tuesday for. Dubuque and will be a few weeks with Rev. and Mrs Robert' Holz- hammer'and family. Mr and Mrs LeRoy Vogel, Jr. and son Jonathan of Richmond Heights, Mo., spent Wednesday and Thursday visiting Pastor and Mrs G. J. C. Gerike and Carol. Mrs Vogel is a daughter of the Gerike's. Mr Vogel is a student at Concordia' Seminary, St. Louis, from which he will graduate May 31. Mrs Mary Wazlewick, Mr arid Mrs Ed Wazlewlek find Mr and Mrs Nick Wazlewick and. family, St. Paul, Minn., visited Mrs Mary Zittritsch and Annie, Mr and Mrs Elmer Kelly, Mrs Elizabeth Post and Mr and Mrs Dick Post Eas* ten Dinner was held at the Post home. Mrs Wazlewick is a sister of Mrs Kelley and Mrs Post. Mr and Mrs Charles Harvey were visited Easter by Mr and Mrs Julius Will, Fairmont, Minn. Kaihryn Sorensen, local teach* er, spent Easter weekend at Humboldt with Mr and Mrs Harold Larson. Mr and Mr* Russell Cook and Mr and Mrs Henry Johannsen were Easter dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Melvin Dutton. IPA Convention Many newspapermen from around the state of Iowa will attend the annual convention 01 the Iowa Press Association at the Hotel Fort DeS Moines in Des Moines this weekend, April 6-7-8. Featured speakers at the session will be Theodore Achilles, former ambassador to Brazil and now assistant to the Secretary of State of the U.S., George Grim, widely- known Minneapolis Tribune columnist and Carol Lane, national travel director for Shell Oil Co. Street Work Proposed street work to be done when the weather permits was discussed at the .Bancroft city -council meeting Monday night. Residents have signed for 4,500 to 5,000 feet of new curb and gutter. A hearing on a new town budget for the coming year has been set for Monday flight at' a special council meeting. Present Concert The Omaha Baptist Bible College Chorale will appear here at the Algona high school auditorium this Friday night, April 7, at 7:30 p.m. FRIDAY,, APRIL 7th FRANK BUHR AND HIS RAMBLERS SATURDAY, APRIL 8th HENRY CHARLES > and HIS ORCHESTRA SUNDAY; APRIL 9th "Western. Show Dance" - TEX RITTER Hank Morgan Leona Morller Dolph Hewett from WGN Chicago Barn Dance • "Re<i" .Blanchard Emcee Bobby Hanking and Blue Boy Admission $1.50 ;.;-. t Every Our Own Hardware Dealer says: "I personally promise you complete satisfaction with SUPERMIX PAINTS or your money backl" OUR QUJN HARDWARE CULLED HARDWARE MACHINERY AUCTION As I have renied my farm, I will lake this means lo sell all my farm machinery which I have used on my farm, plus a large inventory of Machinery which I have on hand in my Implement business. Sele will be held on the farm located '/ 2 mile South of West Bend on- Wednesday, April 12 Lunch on the Grounds Sale Starts at 12:30 stronfi Mr. 'and Mrs. Henry Lange of Thompson were Easter dinner .guests of 'the Henry Wilhergs. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lenninger and family were supper guests. Funeral Held Funeral services for Edward Fitzgerald, 67, Armstrong, were- held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday in SI. Mary's Catholic church with Rev E E Apt officiating. Burial was at St. Matthews cemetery ul Clare. Mr Fitzgerald died at Holy Family hospital, Estherv.lU- where he had been a patient foi the past two months. Mrs. Kelley Speaks Several hundred Methodist women from 62 churches in eight counties will attend the Spencer District W.SC.S. meeting at Storm Lake April H. Mrs Louis Kelley, Algona, w. 1 speak at one of the sessions. Algona W.S,C.S., president, Mrs George Wolfe, Farm Sale As I have decided to quit farming I will hold a public auction on farm located 1 mile South of East Chain Consolidated School and 4'/a miles East or IVa miles North of Elmore and 6!/ z miles West or >/2 mile East of Pilot Grove on — Monday A.M., April 10 anH and Sale Starts at 9:15 a.m. Ditsworth Lunch on Grounds LIVESTOCK & MACHINERY CATTLE — 2 Holstein milk cows just fresh with 3rd calves; 1 Holstein cpw just froh with 2nd calf; 1 Guernsey cow just fresh with 3rd calf) 1 Holstein cow to freshen by sale date with 3rd calf; 4 Holstein heifer calves; 1 Holstein bull calf; 6 Holslein yearling heifers; Cows and yearling heifer* will be TB and bangs tested with individual heaith certificates. BRQOPEH HOUSE — 2—12x14 brooder houses. TRACTORS — 1944 John Deere model A tractor; 1341 AHU Chalmers model WC tractor. r,™ 1 * 0 ^ 1 * MACHINERY — AJUs Chalmers combine complete with PTO, pickup and straw spreader; MM 2-row 1950 model pull type u?51 J?if ker; 195 6 Case bsler complete with PTO. bale chute and hitch, like new; J. D. mode) 490 4*row corn planter: 1950 rubber tired rf £!» preatde *i Mc P' 4 ' ba ' r *\** delivery rake; McD. 2-bottom 16" slot Ppttc-m tractor plow on mbben J. D. 18-fl. tractor disc; Tractor mounted 7-row weed sprayer; J. D. 10-ft. binder windrower; 1956 J. P. 5-«9ch9n flex We harrpw; j. p, z-iow cultivator with quick tach; J, P 2-row cultivator. OTHER MACHINERY — Ward's rubber-tir«d wgon with Ward's flare box; Rubb»r,Hre<| wagop with Ward's flare box; J. p. wide W\j&i!' nr *'" " l *™tpr with hofot; J. P. endqate ««eder. MISCELLANEOUS * MILKING EQUIPMENT — 2 Roll-A-Way ntsts; Hstijrmg feeders; Waterers, etc.; Surge 2-unit milking mechinl with «eom>»«* buckets, comniPte wi'th pine line, motor; Surge 2-unit mule machine less motor; M«'k cans; PeLaval stainless steel cream VTi^S T *""* manv ° Jher miscellaneous items. AUCT. NOTE: Remember this is a forenoon auction - Wf del & Clark Usual Auction Terms Not Responsible for Accidents No Property Removed Until Settled For, Guy Steuer, owner * CJark, Auci. First National Bank of Elmore, Clerk TRACTORS — 1952 Massey Harris model 44 with hydrolic. in Ulent cond.; new S. C. Case tractor, always shedded never used; R «,it£ i7 £ Sl if P u U F trans , mi * si °n'- John Deere, steamline, model B, wi»h cult.; Cockshut model 30 9 speeds, excellent condition, with l, m n ^r^. M~r, Qering model F . 30 w . lh loader; WJde front ^J-,™™ tr»v- »ir^- £ ont axle for John Deere A or B. M PH n, N ?^ FORAG 5 EQ UIPMENT - Gehl forage harvester ei t n B3, like new; Gehl Corn Head and 6-ft. cutting bar; Gehl with pipe, like new; Gehl bunk feeder, self unloading box, crimper and conditioner, 1 year old; Case model 130 , .,•—.- ,. New Idea trailer mower, never used; New case 4 oar side delivery rake, ise 12 ft. double disc grain drill, with low rubber seed attachment, (extra good). v New Krause 13' 4" whe»l tandem disc, fireasless bear| /. wh . ee l landem disc; Case 10 ft. wheel tandem disc, !5 ft'tractor dis°' ""^ McDeerin 3 18 ft disc - ver V 9°°*> — 6 section flex harrow'with steel evener; 4 section ^...i steel evener; 4 section lever harrow with steel even- Qtiri lever "8x harrow with steel evener. »£.. o RS ~, M ^? eering model 20 ° rubber tired tractor Bdfirf 7«—r*nca win^Ai TO ...uu._ A: i * ._ . flex •r* 4 ' used ELvATORqM un ELEVATORS — Mayrath 40 ft ,wide type elevator 10 ft hopper M.'Ji.fh'Jn'^ 1117 -/ 10 :'* 0 '', 10 " h °W 62 °»»^«^d Ma X rat h 40 ft. wide type elevator, good; Mayrath 27'-6" Q r M qe B ". d "»*« mount; Stan hoist drive on hoist. ~ clearance 3 bottom 14" case plow 3-14 case l ?/ L » C , UL , TIVA .. T ORS - Marshalltown 14 ft. field cultivator; e 8 '/a ft. field cultivator, new. Windp ° wer 4 -' ow rotMV *oe; New Risse straw seeder. MILL ~ NfW peerless ™ ller miu - hopper discharge r ° ller ' " ew! Dunham 1S ft - land V^™ U " ed C8Se 2 ' r<>W planter STALK CUTTER — Case model 680 stalk cutter MACHINERY - McPeering model 62 combine, motor, - DJCk . UP ' h r draulic header - i" 9<*>d condition; New « ^5 ty , pe 7 , r « w s P«yer; New 6x12 calhoum barge *l • b J >x; 2 steel , flare b °xes; steel flare box 2 in. floor; '^windrower: cockshut 1? ft. windrower; Gehl hammer r J 8nd Cr -i I8h , er head '' Ute PT ^ burr mU1 wit « auger; Wa9 ° n '' y lracl ° r Seeder< " ew! new cross endgate 100 - Spot sprayer; 4" skill saw; cult, sweeps; 100 braes of twiner extension cords; some wrenches! '/i ton chain hoist; scoop shovels; and many more items; 2—12x36-6 ply tractor 'ires, new; 2— 11x38 tractor tires, new; 2— new front tractor tires; *ir»« W 7 r ' S "in y oc r0p a .?P hci » tor lo «.t a ny planter; 2—14x30 used tractor tires, 2— 10x36 used tractor tires; some recap tires; 5 horse garden tractpif wth 10" nlow cultivator and harrowf e n OC S A f 0Se n A ^ DJT , RUCKS - 1954 Ford 3/4 *<> n » ick «P with box, 4 *Deed; la.SQ Ford '/ 2 ton oickup with steel box, 4 speed; 1949 Chev. »li I?M P° y ith qrain box: 19S4 chev> cab ov> e' truck with 2 speed »x'e; 1957 Ford custom 300 car: 1954 Chevrolet 2 door car; 1952 chev. 2 door car; 1950 Ford V-8 car; 1956 chev. bel-air, 2 door. uniiUeitl a ' Not res P° nsibl e ^r accidents. No property removed Louis Schafer Jr., Owner Clark & Clark, Aucts. Iowa State Bank, West Bend, Clerk Open Season Monday Garrigan high school's baseball team is slated to open a 12-game spring schedule of games next Monday at Britt. The Golden Bears, coached by Jim Geelan, have six home games on the schedule. Swea Coach Resigns Bob Hahn, Swea City high school football conch whoso learn went through the 1960 season unbeaten, has resigned his position there, will accept a similiar post at Tripoli. The anouncement was made Tuesday. There 'has been no successor named to fill the Swea City post. Hahn also coached baseball and was B-team basketball coach. On Dean's List Three students from this area Were among 204 named to the deans' list for scholastic achievement during the fall semester at Iowa State Tcachprs College, Ce- darlFalls. Mariana Stcele, Algona Carol Asche, Titonka, and Shirley Grant, West Bend, were honored. Back From Texas Mr and Mrs John Kohlhaas ol Algona returned this week from Corpus Christi, Tex., where they visited their son, Dr. John Kohlhaas .and fahlily for the past three months. JThursdoy, April 6, 1961 Algono (la.) Upper D«s Mdtnfts-3 GUARANTEED 90 -100% EFFECTIVE 1. SOLVES CRAB GRASS PROBLEM A single application every few years give permanent crab grass control. Also gives positive control of mouse-ear chickweed. 2. FERTILIZES YOUR LAWN Supplies one normal feeding of nitrogen plant food. 3. CONTROL SOIL PESTS Kills most lawn damaging soil pests. SEE What You Buy At DUNCAN GARDEN CENTElf "THE ALGONA NURSERY NORTHEAST OF CITY LIMITS" PHONE CY 4-4813 -I 'vvw«^M*rtwu^swwwvvw^^^ SPRI SAVI OHIO BOOK MATCHES Box of 50 lOc CALIFORNIA STRAWBERRIES Pt. 39c VELVEETA CHEESE 2 Lbs. 89c JUMBO STALK CELERY lOc HOME OF CORN PEAS & CARROTS PEAS CHOPPED SPINACH CUT BROCCALI FRENCH FRIES MIXED VEGTABLES 5 Pkgs $1.00 BANANAS Lb. 9c FRESH Asparagus Full Lb. 29c SUN GIRL OLEO 4 Lbs. 89c DES MOINES BLEACH Gal. 39c STANDBY-CREAMY-NEW Giant 18 oz. size PEANUT BUTTER .... 59c BOOTH FROZEN Breaded Shrimp full Ib. 89c STANDBY - WHOLE KERNEL OR CREAM STYLE CORN 5 No. 303 Cans $1 ONION SETS SNOBOY FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 4-6 oz. cans $1.00 GRAPE JUICE 5 cans $1.00 STOCK UP NOW - PRICES WILL BE HIGHER THIS SUMMER 8 cans $1,00 FROZEN PIZZA PIES With Sausage Size 89c THIS WEEK'S FRANKS - Skinless - All Meat .... Lb. 39c BAR-Q-ED PORK RIBLETS ..::: d :. T0 .::., Lb. DC Fresh BABY BEEF LIVER..... : .. Lb. 35c Fresh Lean PORK CUTLETS Lb. 49c Fresh Loin End PORK ROASTSTITOc HORMELS-VALUE-BACON Lb. 39c BILL'S OPEN SUNDAY FROM 9A.M. TO NOON AND 4 P.M. TO 6 P.M. DONT FORGET FREE DELIVERY MARKET

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