The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1961 · Page 19
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 7, 1961
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In Seneca Area + The Seneca Progres- sive'jFftfmers'4-H Club'held their Christmas party at the Legioft hall; Lone Rock, Dec. 2. Hosts •were James .Bergum, Rodney Jensen atod James -Jensen, ' ThVnext meeting will be par- ,fents filght With a 'pot hick supper Served. This meeting will be held' in 'the 'Legion hall, 'Lone Rock, Jan. 8, 1982. It was a'n- houhced that on Dec. 27 there Will* be a Fun Night held in Al- gonai ' After the meeting, James Ber- gum'gave a talk on livestock and ••Rodney Jensen gave a demon- stratibn on gun safety. They had, their gift exchange and had lunch. Combination Dinner Mf.-, i and .-.Mrs, Calvin Vaudt 'and family were hosts to a combination Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner held in the St. iJohii's Lutheran church, Fentofi. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Walter Vaudt and Ann, Mrs. Clara Vaudt, Mrs. G. H.. Wehr- 'span, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Vaudt and boys and Mr, and Mrs. Elmer Maahs from Whittemore, Mr. ; *and Mrs, Don Morrow and Jelt ;/from Martensdale, Mrs and Mrs! John Struecker and boys, Mr. [and Mrs. Eugene Vaudt and iamily from' Fentori and Mrs. | Harold . Behnke and Philip, Sae City. Following the dinner the 'group enjoyed an exchange 01 Christmas gifts. ... Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt and '-, family were . Sunday dinner ; guests at E. K. Johnsons at Fen!• ton. i Other guests included Mrs. : Kate, Wegener 'of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hanifan and Barb from Toledo and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson and family. J. H. Jensen is back at home again after a stay at the Holy •Family hospital. He is able to •Pen/on Man Wed Wov. June Folhergill, daughter of Mr and Mrs Art Johnson, Swea City. and Clarence Bierstedt, Jr., son of Mr and Mrs Clarence Bierstedt, Fenton, were married Nov. 12 in St. John's Lutheran church at Fenton. Rev. W. H. Friedrich officiated and the couple are now living at Estherville. A complete wedding story appeared in the Nov. 16 issue of the UDM. (Nels Isaacson Photo—UDM Engraving) . be up and about part of the time. The Seneca Stars 4-H Club met Nov. 20, at the home of Joleen Mueller.' They discussed different ways of making money. Names were drawn for the Christmas gift exchange. Audrey Bergum gave a talk and a dem- onstration. Joleen Mueller, Audrey Bergum, Sylvia Sullivan, Jill Jensen and Andrea Stefanski gave talks. Mrs.:Kracht was guest mother. Mr. and Mrs. ' 6le Pedersen •were guests at the home of their daughter 'and family,.the Dale tongs, at a".' Day dinner 'Mr, aftd Mist Wflltham, .MlWu' we«> iuuiuvo- glviftg callers fit* the,-' Ole P^Hfef* sens. .„"• > ."', "",- t •'*-•-:• ,,Mr, and Mfc,, Wlllafd" Thdmp*' son drove to" Sioux Fails where they visited with Robert • Mor- ,ris at the Veterans hospital. .They then Wok him to his .homfe' ffl LeMars. Mrs. Carrie Jensen is how Wlffi her daughter, Mrs. Gene Mad* sen at Bfadgate. She is recuperating from a fall early this fall in which she-sustained a brdketi hip. She had a check up at ttfe University hospital at Iowa City Nov. 20. ' .; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft attended an open hotise and recep* tioti honoring newly-weds, Tom Moore and wife, held at the Methodist church at Dolliver Sunday. • , .. , ; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Baldwin spent Thanksgiving weekend with their son and daughter-^* law, Dr. and Mrs. Donald Bald* #irt at Des Moines. Mrs. Clarence Osbo'rn accom.*, panied Mr. and Mrs. Roger. Os- oorn to Minneapolis last weekend .where she visited With her sister and family, the Arnold Keuckers. -, ' < , "• Mr.vahd Mrs..Gail Kauffmah' pf Costa Mesa,, Cal. are parents of an eight potind, 13 ounces baby, girl born, Nov., 22. named Kathy Kay. Grandparents are Mr; and Mrs. Russel Kauffman and Mr. and Mrs.' Earl Thompson., of. Lakota. 'Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wilberg have a new' grandson. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wilberg'; of JEsther-: ville became parents ' of; a!! io' pound, 1 ounce baby boy Nov* 27. ,, " •-'..;.. ;•-? . A ; Mr. and Mrs. John ElSbecker' are parents of a daughter born Tuesday at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. : She 'weighed 9 Ibs.): 5 ozs., is their third daughter,' and has been named Virginia- Elaine. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mey--' er and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Elsbecker are the grandparents. Darlene Johnson, student at! Cedar Falls, and Dennis Johnson of EmmetsbUrg spent'Thanksgiv-l ing with their parents, the-Air-' bert Johnsons. ' ' WANT ADS BRING RESULTS 1 $$y''MERRY CHRISTMAS! $parkling, beautiful, modern electris 'gift... that will- 1 - 1 --- " helping han Christmas Giving H?sty«lrtfif § mmtz Woman's Club At Burl Has Xmas As Theme £ Burt — "Injoy Our Homes, They are The Heart of Our Nation" was the theme of Monday 'evenings Woman's' club meeting Held at the home of Phoebe f hompson. Gehevieve Graham was assisting hostess. ;, Nancy and Linda Becker delighted the group with a piano ctliet. A talk attd demonstration was given by Benita Mitchell. Elsie Lockwood shared favorite; Christmas recipes with the group, and Clara Reynolds gave ttiany suggestions for informal 'Christmas entertaining. V On display for the group were Unusual as well as beautiful hand-made Christmas decorations and Christmas gift Wrapping's by Clara Reynolds, Benita Mitchell tfhd Elsie Lockwood.' Daughter Has Twins ; ''>.•• • Rev. and Mrs. H. A. Smidt are grandparents of twins, born to ! their daughter, Nelta .atifl husband, the Anthony, Tompkirts, of Storm Lake, The twinS, born Nov. 20, are a boy, Clar ; ence Hensman, who weighed 7 Ibs., 3% ozs. and little Miss Laura Margene, who weighed 6 Ibs., &Vt ozs 1 . Mother and babies are doing fine at the .home' .- : of the paternal grandparents, 1 JDr. and Mrs. Clarence Tompkins of Friendship Haven, Fort ,' Dodge. Mrs. Smidt will- -acSompariy 'her daughter and grandchildren to their home later this week, fort aliseveral week .stay.: ; / : Y ; AMr. and Mrs. Lawrence Doege attended last rites for Mrs. Ben Meyer at Titonka Monday. The Doeges were tenaiits on Mrs. Meyer's farm for 5 ye.ars. ' - '" : Mrs. Bill Holmseth and Mrs. Harley Hansen ..entertained a group of ladies at a Morning Coffee at the Hansen home '"fue's- ' ' _ Lawrence Pre'sthus is coiiva- lescihg at his home ' after'- being hospitalized atJlrbft .Dodge for medical care.; ', ; , : . '.V , , The VFW^Post'and AukJliary met at the , hall . Tuesday './tiight for their annual Christmas supper and party. The Auxiliary members voted at their btisihess meeting to give $5 to the Lions Club for use on Santa Glaus. The next meeting will be held 'at the hall on: Dec. 27. • : X- large crowd attended, the concerjt by , the . Burt band' uhdgp the ' direction of Wni. Holmseth, and^' vocal groups under the direction of Erna Baars. Soloists for the evening were Frances McDonald and Gerald Hilton. The GUer Heutzfeis, Belgrade, Minn., fdfmetl^ of BOirt^ spent several dflys this -bast w'efek.Vis- iting their son Claire and family' and with; friends in this .vicinity. Members of the Burt Woman's Club will hold their annual Christmas meeting and program' at the home Of RUth PatteWbn Dec. 11. Assisting hostefetes will be Mary Jeah Andrews, Elsie LockWtfbd and Beth Millet 1 . Mr.? and Mrs.; John Spear, Darrell and Duane spent Sunday evening with- her - parents, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Willis at ti- tonka. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Qettman and family spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Harm Groen and Patty. Leo's Grocery is taking on a new look. The ceiling has been lowered four feet and a hew tile ceiling put in. The sidewalls are receiving a new coat of paint and a new tile floor is being laid. Lurena Riebhoff, Des Moines, spent the weekend with her parents, the Lance Riebhoffs. Rev. John Riebhoff went to Des Moines Wednesday and spent Wednesday night with Lurena, leaving for his pastorate at Long Island, New York, Thursday. He has spent the past two weeks with his parents here. Mr. and Mrs. William Carney, Algona, spent Sunday at the Al Hinckley home. Several men of the Methodist church worked Saturday and Monday, getting a concrete floor Because rural consumers are widely scattered, it costs more to provide electric service for a rural family than for a city family. Yet, electric co-op rates are competitive. Thanks to non-profit cooperation. !1 > Thurtday, 7 r I9o1 Alflcno (la.) u>ptr D« MfttatMl in the «6rth Wing Of the ChUrch bas<Mheht, the first step >ln fin- ishifig ; the room, ,for Sunday ' chool Use and an fl FARM AUCTION At we are discontinuing farming, will sell all our personal property Oh farm located 1 'A miles South of Frost, Minn., on block- top, or 5 miles North of Rake, lOwo on blacktop, On ... MONDAY, DEC. 1 1 .,... • - * 'Symbol of c*> •plrotlv* rural tlic- Irlflwrtlon - - - «iwl diptndabU, BOB- proftl •Uclrlc itrvtc* for rural ««mlll«i «f »!• (•mmunjty. t-lumboldt County R.E.C. Phone 99 — Humboldt, Iowa COMPLETE CLOSING OUT PUBLIC SALE Having decided to retire from farming, I will offer all of my personal property at Public Auction on my farm located from Sexton: 4 miles South on Blacktop and Vz West or from LuVerne 8 miles North and '/> mile West on THURSDAY, DEC. 14 SALE TO START AT 12:30 P.M. SHARP 27 - BEEF CATTLE - 27 5 young Cows, 2 black angus, 1 black white face, 2 Hereford, bred to reg. angus bull, calf in spring; 7—2 year old heifers, 6 herefords, 1 black angus, bred to reg. angus bull. To calf in spring; 4 yearling heifers, 2 black angus with Sept. calf, 2 hereford with Sept. calf, bred to angus bull; 1 yearling black white face steer; 8 spring black and black white face calves, wt. 450 Ibs. An outstanding set of calves suitable for club-work. MACHINERY 1951 Farmall "M" Extra good 6 ply rear Tires, 8 ply front tires. A very good unit; Farmall F-20, Heat Houser, good tires A-l; Farmall F-12, Rubber, starter and lift; 1948 International Pickup, % ton 4 speed, good rubber, clean and A-l condition. Grain box; IHC No. 238 cultivator; IHC No. 240 corn planter with fert. attach.; John Peere 15 ft. disc; IHC Manure Spreader on rubber; Running gear on rubber with wood flare box; Anthony running gear on rubber with steel horn b»x? Block Hawk 4-row corn planter and Pert, attachment; 22 ft. lever flex harrow with steel evener; IHC 7 ft,^ power mower; IHC 3-16 inch plow; IHC 3-14 inch plow; John Deere »verheacj hoist; Farmers Friend 44 ft, wide-type elevator, N«. 62 chain, 4 years old, A-l; Humboldt stalk cutter; 1-10 ft. and M3 ft. faring tooth? 12 ft. fertiliser spreader; Mall 3 ft. chain saw; Wintj»r» Stplk raNj 8 ft. binder windrower; 15-24 ft. poles creosote bottoms; by»i saw. FEiP & EQUIPMENT - 650 bales of straw in barn; 250 bales of red clover In barn; 14 ft. bale rack, 2 feed bunks, water tank on wagon. '"•-^7 . - s ^^^^^tiftf MISCEiLANEOyS EQUIPMENT - 1 set of 9 x 36-6 ply tractor tires, with fWbes and 1 set of 7 x 16*8 ply Imp. tires and tubes, very good? 1 stock saddle and bridle and 1 McKlean saddle and bridle; 1 set brjtchin harness, leather nets, several set of rings, li*i« 24" c?Uor«! RWt auger; vise; hog pans; inter-hiline fencer; V4 h.Jfc electric motor; shop tools; etc. and mqny more misc. itfiro. TIRM5 OP SALE: CASH- No properly removed until fettled for. Not responsible for acc.ident*. PERCY BRINK SALE STARTS 12:30 JOHNSON LUNCH WAOON ON GROUNDS 29 HEAD OF HOLSTEIN CATTLE 29 No. 1-to freshen with 3rd calf, Dee. 20; No. 3-to freshen with 4th calf, Dec. 24; No. 4-freshened Sept. 10 with 3rd calf; No. 5-freshened with 3rd calf Nov. 29; No. 6-freshened with 3rd calf Nov. 25; No. 7-to freshen with 3rd calf Feb. 10; No. 8-to freshen with 2nd calf Jan. 3; No. 9-to freshen with 3rd calf Jan. 13; No. 10-to freshen with 2nd Calf Feb. 2; No. 12-to freshen with 2nd calf Jan. 15; No. l3<-freih*ned with 4 th calf Nov. 27; No. 14-to freshen with 4th calf Jari. 18; No. 1 5-freshened with 5th calf Nov. 21; No. 16-lst calf heifer to freshen In Jan.; No. 17-1st calf heifer to freshen In Jan.; NO.' 18 1st calf heifer to freshen in Feb.; 6 Open Heifers; 7 Barn Calves. All Cattle T.B. dnd Bangs Tested 10 Young Native Ewes; 3 Lambs; 1 Buck. DAIRY EQUIPMENT - 3-Unit Surge Milker with big Surge Pump and Pipeline for 18 cows; Surge Hot Water Heater. MACHINERY 1960 IH 4 row. cultivator No. 465, can be used also as a 6-row 1955 John Deere 4-row cultivator with rubber gauge wheels; 2- row cultivator for "C" tractor; 1954 2-PR IH corn picker; 1951 "A-6" case combine, complete; 1955 11 -ft. 6-ln. case tandem disc with 16 In blades; IH endgate seeder; 1958 No. 33 IH manure oader and snow bucket; 1958- No. 1 IH grain elevator, 42-ft. power; New Idea stalk Cutter; No. 200 IH trtictor manure spreader; IH 3-bottom Plow, 14" slat; IH 2-bottom mounted plow for super 'C"; John Deere 4-row rotary ho*; Nobles 2-wheel carrier for hoe; John Deere 4-bar side delivery tractor rake; IH 4-row corn planter; 1958 "460" IH factor, fully equipped with LP, power steering, fast hitch with "560" axle and fluid in tires, approximately 1800 hours on meter; 1955 "70" John Deere With LP and power steering; 1951 Super "C" IH tractor, fully equipped and completely overhauled; John Deere "490" 4-row corn planter IH mounted tractor mower for Super "C"; 6-section Drag with Nobles Evener; John Deere 11* ft. Field Cultivator; Kim mounted Sprayer, mountings for "460* tractor; Case 2-bottom 14-ih plow on rubber; 2— 4' wheel rubbei tired trailers; 2 flare boxes, 2 clehcoe wagon hoists; Hume reel fol case combine ,•'••. . TRUCK - 1951 GMC Vi ton pickup and box, 3-speed. FEED -STRAW -20 foot of sileage in 14-ft. silo; 1000 balei of 1st, and 3rd cutting Alfalfa Hay; 1200 bales of Straw. MISCELLANEOUS - IH 2-way tractor cylinder; 2-300 gal. overhead gas tanks; barn fan. with thermostatic control; small fan with control; 2 tractor heat housers; 24-in. riding Lawn mower, like rtew; brooder stove; brooder 'house; small hog house. ' . MIDTHUM BROS. Owners WAGNER & WEDEL, Auctioneers STATE SAVINGS BANK OF RAKE, IOWA, Clerk Closing Out Auction Having decided to quit farming I will sell at public auction the following described articles on the farm located Vi mile north of Oepew or 6 miles west and 1% miles south of Fenton or l'/j mile north, '/2 mile east and 5V4 miles north of Cylinder on — THURSDAY, DEC. 14 SALE STARTS AT 1:00 P.M. MURPHY'S LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS MACHINERY IKK 4 W*$I, OWNift : TITONKA McCormick Peering M tractor, 1943 with 1953 motor in it. Just overhauled last spring, In excellent condition; 1953 WD Allis Chalmers tractor, overhauled last spring; McCormick Deering three jottom plow chief bottom; McCormick Deering 440 four row corn planter; McCormick Deering 12 ft. spring tooth harrow; McCormick Deering 3 bar side delivery rake; McCormick Deering 1959 7-ft. trailer mower; Case 15 ft. disc; Minneapolis Moline Tractor spreader; 2-bradley steel flare boxes on trailer with slmo hoists; Rubber tired trailer with straight box; two wheeled machinery trailer 8 x 14 ft. flat bed; Hay rack; Allis Chalmers four row eul- ivator; Allis Chalmers two bottom plow; Allis Chalmers No. 60 combine; Allis Chalmers mounted corn picker; John Deere 1960 four row rotary hoe; John Deere 48 ft elevator; Four section drag; Trash wheel; case hay loader; Deering 8-fr. binder windrowers; John Deere 12" Hammermlll. HOUSEHOLD GOODS - Siegler oil stove with fan; 300 gallon fuel bqrrel; Duo Therm oil stove; Dresser; Brunswick phonograph; Buffet; fruit Jars? Miscellaneous articles too numerous to mention, MISCELLANEOUS - Gas barrel, 300 gal. with stand; 3 rolls slat cribbing; Tank heater; pitch forks; pump jack; 3 sets of work harness and toilers; miscellaneous tools etc. EIGHT EWES - 1 BUCK - 500 BALES HAY - BROODER HOUSE - 300 BALES STRAW- TERMS: Usual auction terms - Nothing to be removed until settled for. - Not responsible in case of accidents. LELAND F. BOBLIT LLOYP BERKLAND & NORMAN BORTVIT, Auctioneers CYLINDER Slil!

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