The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1961 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 23, 1961
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-. »f ,? lAy V •- , , f • " ( ^ % -.v^V; \ .1 2-Alflontt (la.) Upp«r D« M6lh«t thursday, M, il Wesley Wed 15 Years , Wesley — Mr and .Mrs, Jack Kutschara were honored at a surprise '26th wedding miniver*- saty party Wednesday evening Nov't- IB/ ¥M 'self-iftvited guests were • tbXfftink Ble-tthsY Will Hauptlys Hafdfd Ei&hehs, Bob; George Leo and Melvin Arndorfers, Buc Ktutscharas, Bill Degens, Frank Bentcles and David Dontjes. The friends and .»(relative: bj-Ought and served toUjh) whlci included a beattliiidliy decorated fake. The honored couple were pfres&tfcd' many lovety gifts, ^ Monday evehin'g, flay.- 13, tfybwn and Country Ijjftvjb, di \*ni6K Mrs Kut'sChara' is a ittem- W6P, gave the honored couple s$pris6 ariniversafy party. • Members" are" ft&maft' Arends Phil' and Nick Afndorfers, Tony Srandganefts, Geo. Greimes Dbfi McCarthys', John' Preuschls iWnuif items and Mrs-Ellza- bith Seile?., , . !-Mrs Phil-Arridorfer bak"6d r afl anniversary' p'arty cake which vJa's" de*c6raf<*d' by Mrs Nieft Ari- derMr'.- The guests served lunch aftd presented Mr and Mrs Ku£- sfchafa two silver trays', • MV and' Mrs N. 'P. Weber re- tftrhed hbm£ Friday from a 5-day visit- With,their daughter Mrs Gal- vth, M6inioke ; arid family at J<sf- rarsoif. Mr and Mrs 1 Richard Kellogg arid" Linda Marie of Denver, Colo. <i6me Friday night for a week's 'J'isit with her mother, Mrs Mag Bleich, and 6ther relatives aha ff-ieffds. A group of relatives ga* tnered at the' Bleieh apartment Saturday evening for a social t(me. Lunch was served. ,< Sunday afternoon callers at the Tom Becker home were Mr and $rs Anton Becker, Mr and Mr* John Hilbert and Mr and Mrs T,ed Hijbert, all of St. Joe. Mr and Mrs Halvor Flom and Mr and Mrs Frank Johnson were Sunday guests in the Wallace Donovan home at Spirit Lake. Mr and''Mrs, Frank Homan '.of. Ackley ; were Sunday guests in the" John Weig • home. Mr and Mrs Victor Lpebig and ..Mr'and Mrs; Joe Weig visited rel- rtiVes in; Hubbard Sunday. Mr and Mrs Herman Bode-en- Ihetf m cM Sunday Mr3 Augti^t sluder and tf'tfdltefl^oft high and low score prices for wdfSSfi; Au^ gust Studer and Herman Studer for the men. Mrs Lickteig Won travel prW. Othef couples \<?ere the Leonard Andbrfers, Bltfttt, Doughans, Victor Loebigs and J. P. SCu'defs. THis" was tH6 fffsT party of the season. Mr and Mrs Larry Gifandgeriett will entertain, their 500 club N6v. 26. Mr a'ifd Mts Bill Goetz haa' the first party of,the season several weeks; a"g6. Otfter couples in the group are the Sale .Dofn&iers, Joe Lappes, Jack Vitzthums and Duane Studers. • • Mr and Mrs Frank Bleich attended Mass at St. Benedict Sat* urd'ay morning,- November ' 18. The Wass was for the silver Wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Jack tfutschafa'. Guests for oMdikfaSf at fcufecharas after the Wasj? Were' the Frank Bleichs, Melvin Arndorfew, arid Le6' Ludwig 1 an'ti Mdry fill'en; ' MV and 1 Mts Gl'enri Smith will entertain"'their. 500 club Sunday evening. Mf and-Mrs'Cletus Stu- jder had the first, pfcfty of the season* Nov. 5. ,Other couples irf th& blub are DortOvarV. Studers, Ral^h.' Sfihipulis, Philip\ Studers and fom' Llekteigs. * ' Circle, f of JlfethO'dist women served-a'-,turkey dihnei* Thursday* 6yening* in the church parlors, for fhe, Methodist Men's club. This" Was the .first in a< series" of f- dinners. - '. • , , Open, hou'se' was observed by the library Noy. 16 and 116 dhil- dren from th'£ p'ublic school at- fehde,d that morning and lOfffrorrf the parochial' school in the after 1 - rioon. «,,''» The Good' Will truck stopped he,re Nov. 41. IJsable clothing is being brpugh' St. J'bsephS parish Hall' in answer to the .Bishop's a" jipeall ' ( , Melhodist Women will 'hold a bazaar in the church Thursday, tfov. 36..i A noon dinner will pe served to the public. There will je baked gpods, handiwork, candy and white elephants for'sale. Several car loads of C.DiA. 01- Icers and former officers were uests of the BenCroft court Monday evening. A pot luck supper ivas served at 6 o'clock followed sy > business'. meeting and. entei- ainment. Mr and Mrs Al Wagner arriveu lome Friday from Denver, U-plo. where they spent two weeks with lis sister and other relatives.' Gary Loebig, son of Mr and SHAMELESS loyally of Susan Hay Ward to John- Gavin, /the man she 6iH &W& *a**, : 'H' diTaSMtte' Hme-bomb of;tTdiv»rtal»rnfern'atftmal'8 ' , 6a«t Street" iff which 1 ih'e fwb 1 cd-siar with Vrttf MU^s. Mrs Bill Loebig, , Was taken ttf Mercy hospital, Mason City) Tuesday for medical treatment. H. E. Hemrtiingsen ..was' taken' to Mercy hospital, Mason City, Thursday fot 1 x-Mys; tfi'en enter- ed the hospital Sunday for" surgery Oii a ruptured spinal disc. He will be there two Weeks. The local youth group-: of the" Evangelical Free church' 'attended pre-dedication services at Clear; Lake Thursday evening. A boys' quarfet sang, accompanied by" Anna- Flom. They" were" Dick JohgewaaTd, Chris Nygaard, Larry Pe'afsOn 1 and Philip Seaberg/ Rev. & Mi's Percy Carlsson accompanied the group and assisted in the service. i Mr' and" I^IrS L. L." Lease and Mrs''V"eva Lease visited his slsteiy Mrs Annie Walker arid Raymond of.Corwith Sunday. ' Union Thanksgiving services were held in the Evangelical Free church Wednesday evening. M^Y.F. met. Sunday evening in the Methodist church. Devotions Were* led by Chris Nygaard and the lesson given by Kathy Det- meririg and Barbara Jones. Winners .of turkeys Saturday in the drawing .were Mrs Jule Mafz, Mrs Joe Miller, Mike Flom, Mrs Garel Leek, Urban Neuroth and LeRoy Ricke. Mrs Cliff Anfinson and Joan attended a, pre-nuptial shower at Corwithi Saturday for Delores Leerah, a classmate of Joan at Corwith-Wesley high school. She will become the '"bride of Wayne Robert November 26. Mr. and .-.'.Mi's': Merlin Studer went to Rochester/ Minn. Monday where she*'" Will Ha vela, p"hysl- cal check up. ^ Mr and Mrs* Richard Murphy arid children of St. Louis canie Saturday night for a visit in the parental, L. T. Root hoirie. • LuVerne By Mrs. Fern Bigings Mrs Maude Holle of Madison, So. Dak. arrived Thursday to visit her cousin, Mrs Wilma Tiede, the Lawrence Miller family and Harold Miller. Mr and Mrs Eldon Marty and children of Waltham, Minn., came Saturday to visit in tho parental C. O. McClellan and Ed^ win Marty homes. Eldon Marty went on a business trip to Kansas Sunday. School for deaf at Council Bluffs, came Tuesday for Thanksgiving- vacation with his family;, the,W. Raymond Legler's. • " ' '- - *•.Of interest in 'this community iS a picture in the December issue Of the' Farm Journal, Shown is Denny Ray Le'gler,' twelve year old son of Mr 'and Mrs W. Raymond Legler of Lu- Verne, participating i with three in 1 singing Christmas Carols" at. the school for deaf at Council Bluffs where he is enrolled. Mr and Mrs Albert SchneWe'f left Monday to s"pehd the winter visiting theii? five' children on' the west coast. 'They will be .with' the Harlan Schneiders at Elko, Nevada, -Merlin Schneider at Reno 1 , Nevada, Jinet, Mr and Mrs San- fdr Reed and children,. Jafine.and Janelle Schneider at Los Angeles', California. , j.Rev. and Mrs Allen Rudow went to Chicago to visit and at Dundee, a suburb to visit his par : Feature .starting' time's at" the? Algona Theatre. . "Devil at 4 O'Clbck", Thursday l:55-4:25-6:55-9':2$; ; -^Friday aria* Saturday 7:00 an'd 9:30, Friday, matinee at 1:30. Saturday matinee? at 130. f Sunday, "Back Street", 1:30 ^ 3:35-5:45-7:55-10:00 Monday thfff Wednesday 7:15,-9:25 ; . ' 'j COMPLETE CLOSING having decided to quit firming and move to California, 1 will sell the following described personal property to the highest bidder on the farm located 2 miles north of Irving ton, or 2 miles southeast of Schulti Bros. Service Station (south edge of Algona) ON .... Monday, Nov. 27 STARTS PROMPTLY AT 1 P. M. FREE COFFEE & DOUGHNUTS SERVED 37 CATTLE 37 • 14 Stock Cows, hit-Hiding 11 Herefords and 3 Shorthorns, litill turned in last April. • 1 Milk Cow. • 1 3-yr.-old Purebred Hereford Bull. • 5 Yearling Whiteface Steers. • 5 Yearling Whiteface Heifers. • 11 Whiteface Summer Calves. 17 Sheep • 15 Young Black-faced Ewes • 2 Young Black-faced Bucks Farm Machinery i p n John Deere A Tjfgftor, starter, lights, powerlift, cast wheels; Case S. C,xTractor, starter, lights; Oliver 60 Tractor, powerlift and~«uftivator; CMC Truck with 10-ton hoist, combination box; International winch Truck; New Holland 77 Baler with motor; 2—John Deere 953 heavy-duty farm trailers with bale racks; John Deere Power Mower; Tractor Sprayer with 50-ft. hand boom. Household Goods Bedroom Suite; Dining Room Set; Refrigerator; Large Electric Fan with stand; Adding Machine; Sales Register; Maytag Washer; Set of Double Tubs; Coleman Oil Heater with Fan. Shop Tools Portable Welder; 2—AC Welders and Cutting Torches; Set Tanks; Portable Air Compressor; Power Grease Gun; 100-lb. Anvil; Pipe Die Set; Cutter and Vise; 2— McCullough Chain Saws; Set Tap and Dies; 6—Log Chains; '/2-inch Drill; '/4-inch Prill. TJKUMS; CASH or make arrangements with ytfur banker. Not responsible for accidents should any occur. HARLEY E. HANSON arid Q'Oin'n, aucttoneeri Security State Bank, Algona, Clerk '-Mr and nt, Mrs dly. Wht T'.Mr af 1 - 1 ' ^adena, Mr and Mrs 5*red Gdet«ch, lehe, his brother, Arlle Qoetsdh, their - " " ' of Dakota 1 City ' t wem guests »ot .eir sister, Mr 6M 'Mrs Eifftest- Behnkendorf- at .Bancroft. day evening. They went to celebrate the 65th birthddy^&f BehnkenddM, " • -Mrs MUM J^ftt V at Luth'eVan Nloridfi'y .lo Satu'i Mr and Mrs W.' Raymond Legler and boys will be Thanksgiving guests or fiftr -bTCthTsr, 'Stipt- jnd Mrs Earl Legler, Ruth Ann and Bobby at KAfofvlM -1 *', -f 'Dettny Ray'Lgglef, student af • • Schneider^ »-wete -hfefr daUghters^Mr - arid ?Mi 'Mr and Mrs -Harold* family of LuVerne. Mr antLMfS HeWnan jKtester , andi famifr ot ' ' , Live^moM? and 'Adeline 'Ktittef ...... • ~ iving jll Th. were 'her parem., 'Bert Lee, an'uncle, Oscar Lee, -of Bakota City, Also Lowell's -father arrd''si3t6PrE." ; B!;' Th6m^ ^^ Ruth ThamaS of LuVerne. ! - ^Venirig w1th,'M"«' Irfd Mrs Myron Hinz. Guest players were Mr and Mrs Stanley -Gen* ,ficW,'Mr and'MVs MUtorfyWil- helril., A*t play high-for'-merf and nine bid, Ben Hefty, high for WO' men, Mrs James Stobl; -The neit party with' Mr and'' Mrs Henderson. , • Mrs Curtis Morgan' h'ajd as guests Monday. Mrs Barbara Kelling, Mrs Enfred Pearsen < and Mrs Fritz , Guggisberg, of Renwick. It was a belated delebration of the birthday 6f Mfs Mbrgan, which wrfs -Nov. ; 9. Th'e'y Wou'ght the cake, feffeshmenttf' and-' gifts. Weekehd;'guests of the Curtis Morgans were'Her-niece, Mr and Mrs PhiliRifz and, "Michael of Ames. ' • .* Mr anti/Mrs' Fred Kru^, .accompanied 8y,'- their daughter, Betty, Mr" and 1 'Mrs J6hn>Bohan and'family,! of Humbbldt,- 'left Monday for, a Thanksgiving visit with relatives of, Mrs Kruse • at Newton, Ill. v They will visit Mrs has beeA> named 'Gftdmp ^_ . •- t ,7 i X%^A. 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