The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1961 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 30, 1961
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ft T 'I i ** - • J (to.) Upper DM MotiiM Thursday, November 90, Armstrong Lady Dies; Funeral •Held Wednesday Mrs, Julia Kesler, 79, Arm- Strong, died Saturday at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. She had been In fioor health for ibout two years and had been a patient at the hospital about a Week. * She was borrt duly 14, 1882, at Iowa Falls and was married Nov. 7, 1900 to Elmer S. Kesler there. . In 1905 they ; moved to the Armstrong area • where they farmed until 1909.: They then fanned near Iowa Fallfe; but returned to Armstrong in 1939. Surviving are her husband, six 'Sisters, and one brother. Five sisters and two brothers preceded her in death. , -Mr. and Mrs. Kesler observed their 'Cist wedding anniversary Nov. 7 this year.' Public'Services-were at 2 p.m Wednesday , at' "tHe Met* church/ t .Rev. Roger ..Tdppi officiating. Services at low; Falls, Algeria Woman's Mother Passes Mrs. Alice Wilson, 84, Rockford, 111. died Nov. 20 in St. Anthony's hospital .after a lengthy Illness. . •:,';^ .,'» Survivors include.two daUgh- ters*,'Mrs. Harley Adams,. Algona, and Mi^s. Georgia' Poulton, Rbck- f01*dj three sons, Clifford S< and John E. Wilson, both of Rockford; and Richard H. Wilson of Milwaukee, Wis.; six grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Edward P. Wilson preceded her in death a number of years ago. idist will be 2 p.m. Thursday. Burial will be in Union cemetery, 611 Bushels Of Corn For CROP . As of Tuesday noon, County Chairman Evan Routh reports 5 townships with 611 bushels of corn contributed and cash contributions of $351.50 to CROP. If anyone was missed or wishes to make a cash contribution it may be mailed to the chairman ai Lone Rock or to G. H. McMUllen, Burt Savings Bank, Burt, treasurer for CROP. The corn will be trucked to Belmond from Burt. A dedication service will be held on the day it is shipped. Former Wesley Man Passes; Funeral Held Wesley — Funeral services ttrere .held Monday morning, Nov. 27, in St. Joseph's Catholic church for Otto Wolf, 57, of Eagle.'Bond, Minn. He died in a Minneapolis hospital. . He was born December 9, 1803 to the late Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wolf near Wesley. He lived in this area 40 years and served in World War II. The deceased is survived by four brothers: Louis',and Harold of Eagle Bend, Minn., Julius of Detroit Lake and ,• Leander 01 Waterloo; <md three sisters: Mrs. (Esther) Will Mayer of St. Benedict; Mrs. (Laura) Urban Hom- irerding of Eagle Bend and Mrs. (Hertula) Clair Wingert of Lu- Verne. He was preceded in death by h?j parents, a sister Francis, and three brothers, Henry, Adam and Cornelius. Military rites were conducted at the cemetery^. 'Casket bearers were Eugene ' Huber, August Studer, Lee Qoetz, Paul Flaherty, Walt West and Lou. Ricke. The Hamilton "Puneral Home of- Algona was 'in 'charge of .arrange- • rftents. Baritone Will live Concert Here Dec. 2 Gerard Souzay, world-fafflOU French baritone will appeal. FH concert at the Algona high sehod auditorium Dec. 2 at 8 p.m. Mi appearance marks the seconc program of the Kossuth Cqtiritj Concert Association series. A Frenchman by birth, Souzaj das won acclaim from Europeiti and American critics and ig coft sidered one of the 1 '"truly grea. male singers of our time. A recording star for three major record companies, his ''World o) Song" on Capital was namec 'best vocal record 6f > the year" by the New Yo«k Herfcld Tribune. One of the most complete ar- ;ists appearing before the public ;oday, Gerard Souzay with his Deautiful baritone voice, 'musical ntelligence, and extremely at-* ractive personality has well- earned his world-wide reputation as,one of the foremost reoitalists of our day. He returns to the Unitea States this 1961-62 season to appear first in New York City" in opera under the' direction of, Leopold Stokowski;,then to a sold- out condert tour to the principal Complete Closing-Out FARM SALE Having decided to retire from'farming and move to Fairmont, I will offer all my personal property at public auction' at my farm located y< mile east of Burt (on blacktop) on .. ; V TUESDAY, .5 SALE TO START PROMPTLY AT 1:00 P.M. FARM MACHINERY 1958 Minneapolis No. 445 Tractor. Fully equipped. Wide front, 3-pt. hitch, power steering, L P. T. 0., winterized. This unit looks and is like new. • Minneapolis 3-botfom adj. mounted Plow. Plowed less than 100 acres. • 1955 M-M mounted 4-row Corn Planter. Complete with fert. attach. Very good. • John Deere 4-row Cultivator. Mounts on M-M or John Deere tractor. • 1956 I.H.C. 2-P Corn Picker, A-1 Condition. 9 M-M 4-section Rotary Hoe. O I.H.C. 7-section Harrow, Portable. • 2—Running Gears on rubber, with flare boxes. • John Deere 12-A Combine. • IHC 11.ft. Springtooth. • 1954 Ford Tractor on good rubber, with mounted blade. Winterized. A-1 condition. • Ford 2-row Cultivator. • Ford 2-14" Mounted Plow. • 4-section Harrow, 3 years old. • I.H.C. Manure Spreader. • 36-ft. Farmers Friend Elevator with hoist and speed jack. • Hydra Stan-Hoist, Speed Jack Combination. • 12-ft. Land Roller. • 15-ft. I.H.C. Disc. • I.H.C. Side Rake • 4-wheeled Running Gear on steel • Flat Rack. • Stalk Rake. • Endgate Seeder • 10-ft. Power Windrower. ' MISCELLANEOUS — 2 Self-powered Lawn Mowers (1 riding). 265-Gal. Gas Barrel. Hog Waterers, etc. Socket Set. Electric Drill. Vice and many more Shop Tools too numerous to mention. -BUILDINGS- • 6x8-ft. Hog House. • 10x12-ft. Walk-in Hog Feeder. 9 2—Steel Hog Feeders. -FEED- Alfalfa, Orchard Grass and Clover Mixture. • 800 Bales, 2nd. cutting, in barn. • 500 Bales, 3rd cutting, not rained on. CONSIGNMENT L F™ ;; Due to accepting a job and discontinuing farming, L. L. Cole has consigned the following equipment to this 11111111 I.H..I. 1947 Cock a hutt Tractor, live hydra. L P T O & Cultivator. 1961 Windpower 4-section Rotary Hoe. Rubber-tired 6-ply Trailer, with steel flare box, Good. 32-ft. John Deere Elevator and speed jack 1946 WC Allis Tractor on new rubber, A-l'. Alhs 2-row Mounted Picker. sale 24-ft. Lindsay Harrow, flexible. Rubber-tired wagon with straight box. I.H.C. No, 61 Combine, P. T. O. 2—Oliver 2-16" Plows. 15-ft. Roderick Lean Disc. 8-row Mounted Sprayer, Good. John Deere 290 Corn Planter, on rubber. Plus Miscellaneous Items. H-H TERMS OF SALE: Cash, no property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents should any occur. HERMAN BUSSIE WIST and tPIK, Auctioneers. . BURT SAVINGS BANK. Cl.rk American dttes. IsHonoreeAt Surprise Party LuVerne — Sonja Rae Goetsch, Sioux City, was holiday weekend guest of her parents. • '\ In honor of her 21'st birthday Nov. 28, Sonja Rae was given a surprise; party : Saturday evening. Tw'enty-one, "sHared the courtesy, including her .'grandparents, the Jack Sykes, Livermore,' aunt, Mrs. Phyllis Struthers family, Irvingtpn, .uncles, Carl, Goetsch, . their daughter, Duane-Rileys, William Funks of Algona, uncles Fred Goetschs, Arlie Goetsch, Al • Smiths, Lu- Verne and Don Nielsen of Bode. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Appertzel- ler and children and ,her mother, Mrs. Margaret Engel, were Thanksgiving guests in : the parental Elmer Appenzeller home in Zearing. • '; Mr.'and Mrs. Edwin Hunt arid children ; 'of KanaWha 'Were Thanksgiving guests of his mother, Mrs. Edwin Jackson and Mr. Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Giddin'gs visited Saturday and, Sunday in 2omfry, Minn., with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Arndt and 'amily. . : ' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Studer and on Henry of Virdon, Manitoba, Canada came Monday to visit lis cousins, Mr. and Mrs. George Studer. - . Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baumgartner visited the Thanksgiving weekend with their daughter Mr. :nd Mrs. Durwood Burtis and 'eggy Lee at Augusta, Wise. Thanksgiving guests in the G. A. Eggleston home were Beulah nd Doris Eggleston of 'Des domes, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Glawe and Debbie of ' Corwith. Mrs. Walter Schmelling and wo daughters of Cylinder cal- ed Friday, on her grandparents, flr. and Mrs. G. A. Eggleston. Mr. and Mrs. Bryce A. Wickett nd JoHnny spent the holiday veekend visiting her mother UTS. Doris Kimzey and family n Milo. ' . Thanksgiving • guests in the Carl Swanson. home were Mr. nd Mrs. Glen Schwarck and hildren of Wh'itten and Linda iWanson, Sioux City. Mrs. Eunice Meyer of Ade) was a guest over the holiday with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyer and Mrs. Laura Meyer. Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Tobey and Nicky were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kassel and family of Grand Meadow, Minn., Sandra Stripling, Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Emery of Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Clem 'Stripling, Craig and Kerry, Mrs. Jessie Stripling Marcia and Michael of LuVerne. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Cook of Indianola was baptized Cynthia Gay'in a Lutheran church there Sunday. Sponsors were Mrs. Jerald Miller of Sargant, Minn., "and Dale Lari mer of Cedar Rap/ds. Going for the service and weekend were the Jerald Millers of Sargant Dale of Cedar Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Bowman of Algona .and Fred Hinz of LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Murray, Richard and Jean of. Crown Point, Ind. arid Patricia Murray of Valparaiso, Ind. visited Thursday and Friday with her mother, Mrs. Clara Wolf. Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Pechumer were Robert Murray family of Crown Point and Valparaiso, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jurgensen, Larry and Jimmie of Corwith, their son Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Jurgensen of Northfield, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. John Heil and family of Marshalltown, Mrs. Clare Wolf and Mrs. Kate Barton, Lu- Verne. Thanksgiving guests of tht Albert Genrichs were their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Stevens and children of Sexton and their son, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Genrich of LuVerne. Margene Merkle, LeMars, was a holiday weekend visitor with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Merkle. Thanksgiving weekend guests |n the Alvin Weber home were their sons Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Weber and Junior of White Bear Lake, Minn., Charles Weber. Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Naffziger attended the funeral of her cousin, Mrs. William Stiles, Friday in the Methodist church at Rudd. Ronald Stone returned Tuesday to Iowa State University, Ames, after a holiday vacation ,with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stone and Marcia. Thanksgiving guests in the Edwin Hanselman home were Mr. and Mrs. George Grimsehl of Algona, Mrs. Amelia Hanselman Mr. and Mrs. Keith Vos,s and family, LuVerne. Mrs. W- Dale Brayton ant' children of Sheffield visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gronbach Thursday to Sunday They were Thanksgiving guests of his brother, Kenneth Brayton family, Fprt Dodge. A belated Thanksgiving dinner was held Sunday in the Gronbach home Guests were the Richard Grpn- bach family of LuVerne and Paw who came for his family. Thanksgiving guests o/ the Edwin Marty's were their son the .Eldon Martys of. Waltham» MlnhV their 1 'daughter', •&£ 'JiH dealt Weethas of'Randall and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly, LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs,- Harley Rusher, Curtis and. Pamela of Bancroft, .were thanksgiving guests of heir sister, the Gleo Harters at Fort Dodge, Her mother, Mrs, Lena Hiflzv accompanied them and vjfas a guest of her daughter^ 'the Joe Uriderbergs. Also guests were their .daughter and sister, the Bernard Millers, Fort Dodge. • Mr. and Mrs, Jess Jergenseh were.'. Sunday guests of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bastian and family in Vincent for a belated holiday C. O. McCleilan was honored Tuesday evening on the occasio of his 73rd birthday with a tur key dinner ; at-his. home. 'Guesl were some of their children, th Eldon Martys of Waltham, Minn the Leonard. WUsons of Liver more, the Harold Meyers an Mrs. McCleilan, also Mr. : an Mrs. Frank Gronbach, LuVerm Dwayrte Tobey, telegraphe for the Great Western, railroad i now employed at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs.: George Fursten au and Joyce of Geneseo, 111 were guests Wednesday to Sun day iri the parental Charles Hah selman, Sr. home. Her father, ii ill health, returned Wednesdaj from Hancock Memorial hospita at Britt. Janet Cox of St.- Paul, Minn spent- the holiday weekend, wit! her parents, Mr. and Mrs.- J." O Cox.'Thursday they were guest in the J. R. Hough home in Plov er -and Saturday guests in 'the L E. Chambard' home in. Humboldt 'Wednesday overnight guests in the parental William Prior home were' Mr. , and Mrs. Donovan Prior and son of Storm Lake Pre- Thanksgiving dinner guest Wednesday evening were Mr and Mrs. James Sloter and Dan ny 'of Forest City. Adeline Koester of St. Pau! Minn., was a holiday visitor o her father, Mr. and Mrs. Adolp] Koester and her brother, Mr. ant Mrs. Herman Koester and fam ily at Livermore. Mrs. Harold Meyer and Kris- thirsts Squirt (pronounced Squi'gin). London dry gin or your fa» vorite American brand will make this British favorite, Serve to your own princess* Recipe: Splash your favorite gin over ice. Slowly pour naturally dry Squirt into gin end ice. Do not stir* Switch from gtveet to tin visited Pridfly and Saturday in Des Moines with her daughter Joyce Meyef 'and the Glen McCleilan family, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Koester visited Friday and .Saturday in Cedar Rapids with his daughter, :the Hobert Mueller family. Thanksgiving weekend guesta In Supt. and Mrs. L. B. .Shelton's home were their son, Lee, Des Moines, and daughter,. Marlene, Denver, Colo.' Thanksgiving they visited in Maynard with Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Shelton, parents ol Supt. Shelton, who were observing their 60th wedding anniversary.. ' Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ramus and Billy, their guests, his, parents, the Arthur Ramus' of Des Moinesr Visited Tuesday in Ma* son "-City with the senior Mrs. Rafiius' sister, the Byron Oggles- bys.'Wednesday they were guests of. Art's sister, the Lewis Peter- sens in Waterloo. Mf. find Mrs, William Goetsch were guests at a party honorlnff the sixth birthday of her nephew, Phil Struthers, at the Mrs. Phyllis Slruthcrs home at Irvington Tuesday evening. , Thanksgivingi guests in the William Goetsch home-were Mr. and Mrs. Carl • Goetsch, their daughter Mr. and Mrs. Duaria Riley and David of Algona and Don Nielsen of Bode. Mr. and' Mrs Ralph Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Egglestdn, Rita and Jean of LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Davidson and LuAnn of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Vervon Davidson of Adel, Marlin Gregerson of Rutland wei'O Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Thu and family at Graettinger. . Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Davidson visitetj'Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Camelin in Corwith. IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT CHRISTIVIAS DI^ORAtrONS Tree Lights Glitter Painf Everything I GET DOZENS OF THESE Xmas Tree Balls Bright colors — reds, greens, bluesl These are full 2'/ 2 inch balls. Other 3'4 inch balls at lOc. 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