The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 31, 1961 · Page 19
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 19

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 31, 1961
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Ifv i$*i~' • «• ""» «' —*" ' . ™^i;^Wid^r8,Lllt^ fer Nyg¥fr*C)'.aitt! -Mayli Went' to IChicago Iftlt^'free'ftend to mee IMarva, their'* daughter afld sis- Itcr, whb Was, returning from s after a >thMe month stay -, Ju .? f te.-* K °> "alohg with 51 others,'!md participated fn the Statei Qolie*ge- ,'o'f Iowa Social Science seminar, .They' ;had embarked from ^ntreal. Canada/ on June 16 aboard 4he Empress bf Canada, ffhey - tht&v ,to,ured ^England' ahd London before settling down to ftwd'Weeks study "at Oxford University* • Upon the completion ol these studies, the group mo'veo. bn to-Holland,' Germany' ana Austria, . While ; In Germany, Marva ttlew >t,<vBerHh to meet her fi- fance, GUnter Sieber, and 'his, family.--.Two weeks of study at l he Uniy|rsity of, Vienna follow- d. ; • ' - • .'• Poland-"was briefly, visited before the ^eminar {students arriv- fed for an,'eight-day Visit in Moscow. . ; ] After |heir return from the Iron Curtain v countries, theycom- bleted their studies at ,Vienna hnd then went to the internationally famous music festival at Theirflhext stop was in Italy. They vijited:Venice, Verana and ilan. ;In?om there'* the group vent to J Switzerland. They- stay- fed in lucerne and'in a ski lodge- on the, village of Andermott. [ The last day's of 'the trip were spent in* -France at D'Yon, Or- Deans and Paris. 1 i ,: FIRST Mrs. Ella Bebensee of .Treynoi 1 •recently,' j celebrated . her 1 - 90th 1 birthday !by visiting la beauty I shop to- ; get her first permanent I wave. "« The sensation of hunger is due to^the contractions vof the empty stomach arid ' may" be' appeased byitaking only a .small amount ot food. * •• ' ".- '-:••-•.•• : " * ' •'"• ' Martin Anderson To Get Nurse's Diploma, Sept. 1 Marcia Lee Anderson of 362 East North Street, Algona, afld Janet Ann Stone, .OttbSeti. will be .among 50 lowfc ' Methodlsi School of Nursing Sfeniors who; will receive their diplomas Fri-j day night, September 1, at Fir&i Methodist" Chufch, Des Moinesi' %'e- ; annual Commencement' program, which is the summation of three years of work and study,' will begin at 8:00 p.rii; with the traditional .-processional-from tlje Scho'ol of .-Nursing -to the chUrch. ' f 1 ?, Dri George C. Hu'fif,*Yice ; Pres-' ..dOnt 'of Drake 'University; >Des Moines/ V(rill deliver 't'He-' Commencement • address. A reception foe relatives and 'riends will .folio win the church's Fellowship. Hall. , SENECA NEWS Evelyn Cherland, daughter 01 he Julistn Cherlands, represent-' ed the .Blakjer Luther League, as•;•&'. delegate;'to tKe Luthei 'League convention at Miami, Florida. , . , Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bray- 'ton of Algona visited; atithe.John and Bertha Olsen home Sunday. , ' J ( Paul 'an'd 'Mark Berkland, sons of the Robert -Berklandg, St. Paul,-visited Wednesday and •Thursday with their cousins, the Henry Wilbergs. Roberta and Randy Schmidt o^ Waterloo spent : Tuesday arid Wednesday with the Henry Wil- bergs. They are grandchildren'of the v Ed Schmidts,- former neighbors of the Wilbergs.' l .Bioan became , the I bride ; of Paul A. Carlson > in 'la double ring: ceremony performed in St. Mary'sf Catholic church at Corwith Aug. 12 at 2 p.m. Revi Thomas O'Toole perfOrrne'd the ceremony. Parents of'the couple are Mr. .and Mrs.. Max Sloan, CoFwith, and Mr. and Mrs. ,Axel. Carlson, Burt. „ was? flower, girl. Best man was Robert Sloan, Phillip Carlson was groomsman <<and Randy Carl- Son was ringbearer.' Ushers were James Sloan "and" Nbrrnan Carl- ; Mary Carlson was maid of honor, ! Deanna : Sloan was : junior bridesmaid and Kimberly BliV NOW AND SAVE TI RE SALE We MUST sell fhese tires MOW, reasonable offer refused! We've drastically lowered tire prices to move out our inventory immediately. SEE US TODAY FOR THE BEST TIRE DEAL IN TOWN! PRictnior jUtt: your II w- - i .„ Charged PAYDAY USED TIRES Joe Bradley Firestone Your FIRESTONE Wholesol 9 end Retail Dealer, OR VIKING Oil CO- CHROME SERVICE, MURRAY OIL €0.i Bancroft son. The bride, given, in marriage by her .father, was attired in a gown of Chantilly lace. The bouffant skirt was all lace over tulle and taffeta. The pointed fitted bodice- had ?a scalloped sabrina neckline trimmed' with clusters of pearls and' the tapered pointed lace' sleeves were long. Her fingertip silk illusion veil was attached to a crown.'of sequins and pearls. At a reception immediately following , Mr. and Mrs. John Hobscheidt served as 'hostess anc host. Carol V ;X Carlson * and Mrs Robert Schaller poured. Helen •Slpan^cut the'teake.Ji *• • f f Folldwirig'*a ' we-ading trip' in Minnesota the couple is now a home in Algona. (Glenn's Studio Photo — UDM Engraving) 7 Blues For Girl's 4-H At State Fair •Exhibits from Kossuth County entered .in the 4-H home economics division of the 1961 Iowa State Fair were awarded seven blue ribbons, Avis L. Lettow, county extension home economist, reports. In addition the lo. cal entries received five red ribbons. All exhibits from the county were entered in the Foods section, Miss Lettow said. She reports that they will be on display through Sunday, Sept. 3. The State Fair entries were chosen from those exhibited at the Kossuth County Fair. In addition to its entries in the 1-H classes, Kossuth County is represented at the fair this week by LeOta Ann Voss and Raeann Brink of LuVerne, members of the Lu Verne Live Wires demonstration team 'and their leader, Mrs, John Voss, Jr, They presented the demonstration "Staft of Life" in which they show the principles of bread baking through the making of whole wheat bread. Those Kossuth County girls exhibiting blue ribbon products at the State Fair were—Sharon Eden, Titonka, plain oake; Rose Ella Kahler, Burt, cloverleaf rpljs; Joyce Berkland, Fenton, yeast bred; Ruth Ann Klein, Irvington, jelly; Carol Teeter, Algona, canned vegetables; Charlene Thilges, Bode, canned food to form a meal and Maureen O'Brien, Algona, table setting. Those who received red ribbons were—Susan Lovstad, Burt. dropped cookies; Petrea Thore^n, Swea City, rolled cookies 9W} angel fpod cake; Janet Er. peldang, Algona, quick bread and Breads Eden, Titonka, tomatoes. A "Science Why" display was exhibited by the 3yf&a 0 Boost* ejs club. V-Go-I-Gp 4*B pli,b held 8 Bicmc Aug. 23 at the home of Jafkie Erickjisj*.. Debbie Laws Vwginia Sttert, intermedia^ and C^eryJ ftq; ftnd Mar» .upkes were awarded reo tof thuJr fair demonstnj- In'the' imping contest representalve, powia recejv«4 a white ribbon, ttjoy representative, 'Sr^ji received a reft te fair. Irvington arber Passes n Wyoming f " T •'"'•.. . , • ")Xt*vinglon —•Word has-been '"*ived of the death of E. M. ard, 85, at Buffalo, Wyo. Mr.. inard was a "barber "in ifving- several years ago. In 1920-30 jfif 'lived with the A., p. Haadleys, Here. Mrs. Headley, now of Auis a sister of Mrs. Cunard. ' ' ,'iMrs. Louis Vogel and daughters Catherine and Mary of Rice- Wlle were guests at the Marie Prankl home over the weekend. ' -^pianny and Matt Ftfankl spent ttfe weekend at the Gerald •"*• - • • • • . Frankl home and thelf brother Pete at the 'Don Bormann home while , their 1 parents, Mri and Mrs; B. A'.' Frankl, spent the Weekend with Mr, and Mrs. Donald Frankl at Mpls. Mrs. Lee Colwell and daughter Doris Doves visited friends at West Bend Sunday. Claude Fowler/'left Tuesday for a few weekis with a brother Emmet at Pine River, Minn. 88lh Mrs. LuElla 'Harris of Anita recently celebrated her 86th birthday. She has two daughters, four sons, 21 > grandchildren,' 56 great grandchildren and 7 great, great grandchildren. SMOKE A roast being cooked for the Leonard McCaffrey family's dinner caught fire recently and THE FEDERAL LAND BANK ASSOCIATION OF ALGONA * ANNOUNCES A DIVIDEND To Stockholders AMOUNTING TO OVER $8,500 Farmers who have Federal Land Bank Loans own the ' Algona FLBA and share in the earnings of the association. V For information about a long-term Land Bank loan on your land contact FEDERAL LAND BANK ASS'H. E. H. Hutchins, Manager Algona (south of Penneys) MONDAYS & WEDNESDAYS Forest City (W. of Forester Hotel) TUESDAYS & FRIDAYS fturttfoy, August 31, 1961 Algeria (la.) Upptr DM Mf>\fi*t-S smoked up their home near Twin Springs. The smoke was Very black and thick and Mr. McCaffrey said they had washed many of the walls but the smell 01 smoke was still strong. twins Mrs. Sophie Moeller of Grundy Center and Mrs. Charles Sie- tarn of Janesville are 85-year- old twins. Each twin had two boys and two girls, and both of them have each lost a son and a daughter. Have You Tried Thl«? CHUCK WAGON Serving Every THURS.-FRI.-SAT, e TO 16 fr.H, All You Can Eat For «1.SO Plan a Party and enjoy a big nils al , HAND'S PARK Fairmont, Minn. 34-35-36 WE WILL BE OPEN • Choice Meats • Picnic Supplies • Late Evening Snacks DAY Fresh Vegetables Cold Beer & Pop FREE Parking MAKE OUR STORE YOUR SHOPPING I HEADQUARTERS OVER THE LABOR DAY HO LI DAY 1 East End Grocery "North Iowa Potato Headquarters" Farm Auction i: Due to the death of my husband, Clifford Waltman, I will sell the following described personal property to the highest ( ;.^b|dd|er on the farm locqte^^yj!.miles east of Burt, 2 mi|es south, 3Vi .miles east dpd?'/4 mile north; from Titonko, 2Vi, miles south, 3 miles west, 2 miles south, Vi mile east and V4 mile north; or go 2 miles south of Burt on 169, then 7 o miles east and 14 mile north, on THURS., SEPT. 7 SALE STARTS AT 12:00 SHARP MACHINERY MURPHYS LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS 19553-4 TON CHEVROLET PICKUP LIKE NEW. with less than 9,000 actual miles. 1951 Chevrolet Truck, l'/j ton. 1950 MM-U Tractor in good condition. 4-row MM Cultivator, chains for U. Heathouser for U. Never been used. 1953 MM-Z in good condition. 2-row MM Cultivator. 4-row MM Cultivator with John Deere G. quick tach. 1951 MM G-4 Combine, pickup and straw spreader. 1954 No. 20 New Idea Corn Picker, used very little, New Holland 77 Baler in perfect condition. 440 I.H.C. 4-row Corn Planter on rb. with Vi mile wire. 1952 New Idea Horn Manure Loader with heavy snow bucket and grader blade. 1956 MM 18-ft. Land Roller. 4-row Wind Power Rotary; Hoe. 7-ft. New Idea semi mounted Power Mower. New Idea 3-bar Side Delivery Hay Rake. EZEE Flow "100" Fertilizer Spreader, perfect cond. 6-row Pull Type Sprayer with large aluminum tank and hand boom. 5-section I.H.C. Flexible Drag with steel draw bar. Humboldt Corn Stalk Cutter. New Idea 12A Manure Spreader. 42-fl. Farmers Friend Elevator. Gas Engine and Speed Jack. 3-H in. I.H.C. Plow on rubber. Plow Chief bottoms and hydraulic lift. 2-14 in. Moline Plow on rubber. Anthony Farm Trailer with Noble Hoist and good tires. Heavy duty Cobey Farrn Trailer with Noble hoist and good tires, New Idea F^rm Trailer with Noble Hoist and good tires. Farm Trailer with New Idea Horn Steel Flare Box. 5x12 Wood Barge Box. 2 Wood Flare Boxes. No, 3Q J.H.C. cylinder Corn Shelter with cob stacker. One hole Hand Corn Shelter. Clipper Fanning Mill. Corn Stalk Rake. 5-ft, McCormick Horse Drawn Mower. 10-ft. I.H.C. Grain Binder with P.T.O,, runs good. Circle Saw, mounts on tractor, pise Transports. U-in. Fairbanks-Morse Hammer Mill. IQ-fi. Spring Tooth, 2-section Spring Tooth. Endgate Seeder. Pumpjack. Power Garden Plpw with sickle. Air Compressor, Winchester Pump Gun, IS gauge, Model 12. Suburban Lawn Mower, riding type, like new. F-125 Knipco Heater with thermostat, used very little. 300 gal. Gas Barrel and Steel Stand. 1000 gal. Fuel Barrel. 32 in. x 24 in. x 6 ft. Steel Water Tank with built-in hog waterer. 2 x 2'/ 2 x 7 ft. Steel Water Tank. 500 capacity Woods Gas Brooder, like new. 500 capacity James Way Gas Brooder, like new. 2-10 Hole Metal Nests. 1-15 hole Metal Nest. 1 electric Chicken Waterer. 3 metal Chicken Feeders. Electric Egg Buffer. Electric Time Clock. 3 electric motors and fans. Electric Pig Saver, like new. 10 gal. electric Water Heater. Parmack Electric Fencer, good. Electric Heater and Thermostat in pump house. Baby Chick Feeders and Waterers. Msil Box Oak Dining Table New Wesh Boiler 2 wood burning Tank Heaters. 1 rubber tired Wheel Barrow, good. Some Milk Cans. 2 automatic Hog Oilers. 3 Hog Troughs. 1 ton Chain Hoist. Good 100 Ib. Anvil. Several good Tarps. Good large Bench Vise and many, many good tools. BUILDINGS — 12x}6 Brooder House, 2-in. floor, 3 yr. old. 12x18 Shelter House. House, 14x18—6 pen Hog House, 2-in. floor .wired for electricity and just like new. 10x12 Walk-In Hog Feeder. 3 sided sheet metal Machine Shed, 50 ft. long, 16 ft. wide, 10 ft, high on low side and 14 ft, on high side, open on high side and built in sections so can be moved, 1 pen Hog House. Good Dog House. 8 ft. x 30 ft. sheet metal Wind Break. 6 ft. x 110 ft. sheet metal Wind Break. These are almost new and built in sections so they can be moved. 20 sheets of Sheet Metal 2 fl. x 8 ft. 16 ft. Feed Bunk. 14 ft. Feed Bunk. 16 ft. Hay Bunk. 10 rolls Slat Cribbing. 2-2 hole Utility Hog Feeders. 2-15 bu. Pride of the Farm Hog Feeders, 60-1x12x16 rough Boards. 10-1x12x16 rough Boards. 12-1x12x14 rough Boards. Some 2x4, 2x6, an4 2x12. All good lumber. About 20 wooden Gates and Panels. 14 young Ewes, 12 Ewe Lambs. 150 Hyline 934C Pullets. 275 yearling Hens, laying good now, TIRMS: CASH: Or make arrangements with ypur banker. No property to be removed from premises until settled for. rt responsible for accidents. MRS. LAURETTA WALTMAN, Owner mm * §UiT SAYINGS 6AN*.

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