The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1961 · Page 19
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Garry Thilgw spent Friday at the, home of Wayne Millers ot West Bend. Mrs, Ludlla Baker spent sever* al days -lasli week visiting in the Dr. H. H. Stewart home, Kanaw Mr. and MM. Harld Shiith had , as recent afternoon and supper guests Mr. and Mrs. Leo Richter, Titonka. yMr. and Mrs, Fred Will and their daughter, 'Mrs. Marvin Cal- holm, have returned from a ten day, trip to' Boston, Mass.; where they yidted with another daughter arid her husband, Mr, and Mrs. Lyle Martin. •Mrs, Newton Hieter Has had word, from her sister, Mabel, Mrs, WjlKuir Fdxwell, Olympia, Wash., that she. is hospitalized for * back ailment, It is probable that she Will be cbnfined to bed for sonie time. Algonans will remember her as Mabel Rqrteyi ' Mr. and Mrs 1 . Willard spent Friday and SatUrda'y at Minneapolis. -~. , W. C. Mieter, Lone Rock, brother of Newton Hieter, is hospitalized at St. Ann. Margo, Paul/ Laura and Lisa/ children of Mr; and Mrs. Vie Frideres, are sick this week with measles. Mr. and .Mrs. James Whille- more spent last Wedntsday and Thursday at Des Moines attending the Master Builders convention. Mrs. Oswald T h i 1 g e s and daughters Brenda and Maureen attended a shower at St. Joe in honor of Charlerte and Barbara Thul../ Eugene Wiitkopf, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Wittkopf, a student at the , university at. Val- praiso, Ind.^is leaving there;Friday; to be home until after New Years; >•••(' . . Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pool pfftft to leave shortly after Christmas to spend the rest of the winter near Phoenix. Arix. Dr. and^MfBi John Kenefick went to Des Moines Sunday to meet the former's sister, Thelma Kenefick of Eagle Grove." who flew in via plane from New York City. She and her'sister Juanita, Los Angeles, have just completed Mr. and Mrs. Orvflle Wicks were visited Sunday by Mr. and Mrs, L. S3. Rasmussen, Mallard, who had been 'at'fKanawha to at' tend funeral services for Herb Drummond, well-known auctioneer in that vicinity. Larry woicofi has been here from Baltimore, Md. visiting the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wolcott, and Mr. and Mrs. Ckytbii Plttman a'nd'Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Kern. He is employed at the Federal 'Reserve ;Bank- : Mrs. Perry LoWman is in Davenport with her daughter Marilyn ' who suffered compound fractures of a knee in a car accident awhile ago. .The knee will be in a cast for two months. Marilyn is physical education teacher in the Davenport schools. Mr. and Mrs. Ezra • Blanchard were visited Sunday by the latter's daughter, Mrs. Georgia Wolf, Waterloo. Last Tuesday they had ,as' guests Mr. and Mrs. Howard Blanchard, Mason City. Christmas was observed at both times with an exchange of gi^ts. wistmas Concert At AHS thurtday, December 14, 1961 Algeria (la.) Upper DM Mohet-S ^•1 SHOW HIM YOU CARE ENOUGH BY GIVING A GIFT OF DISTINCTION... the famous label on the garment from ZENDER'S will reflect your good judgment,., OUR ONLY AIM IS TO PLEASE YOU - TO PLEASE HIM! Z E NDE R ' S HH B^BI m^^ ^^p ' w^^ ^^& A short dramatic cartiaia, '"TH6 Shepherd", will b> perfomed by the mixed chorus during.the Junior* Senior high school Christmas, Cbncert In the Algona high school auditorium Dec. 20, beginning at 8 P. M. .Featured soloists at* sKbwii in the above photo during a rehearsal session. They'are left to right, Kay Agena (seated), ^accompanist, Lafry Kuchenfeuther, tehor, Jeatt Rovh, alto, Barbara Brandow, soprano, and Gary'Graham, baritone. ;•••$.' • , , Direc'tor. WUlard Silustad'-stated this week that the mixed chorus will'also present some traditional Christmas music. The 125-volce,;^rls chorus will prdsent a short* cantata, "In Bethlehem", and the mbdern choir and j'union high choruses .'will ; also be featured/ ,' : • Kim Deal, former AHS soloist 'now, a sophomore at Drake.U., Des Moines, will appear as a guest soloist on the 1 program, ^ . .'t „ ; • • •'The art department will have ah exhibit in the ar t room the Bame day beginning;at 4 p;m. The exhibit will be: open again'after the concert; (AHS Camera Club Photo—^UDM Engraving) ^ ' , ^ 16 Car-Truck Sales In Week A total of 16 now cars and trucks were registered at the office of the county treasurer here during the past week. Owners of new vehicles are: Chevrolet — R. R. Bierle, Fenton; Nick Berte, Irvlngton; Rita Frankl, Irvington; C. L. Fitch, Algona; and O. M. or Rose Fendahl, Algona. <3MC — Thilges Bros., Bode, pickup. Falcon — Billy Spin-lock, Algona. Imperial — B. A. Frankl, Algona. Comet — D. L, Everds, Algona. Ford — W. P. or Wantalee Hawcott, Burt; and. R. C. Johnson, Swea City. Mercury — Diamonds, Algona; and J. J. Dlxon, Lone Rock. Ponilac — W. A. or Margaret, Hall, Algona. Buick — C. M. or Joan Wesley, Swea City. Chrysler — E. M. Gerber, Algona. REGISTER TICKETS and carbon cash register rolls at the Upper Des Moino.i Pub. Co.. Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Harold fe supper guests <;• Sunday , or were Mr. and^Mrs. Harold; Peter. Mrs. R. M. Wallace and. her sister Marie Grpver were Visited last week by Mrs. Wallace Putney, ; a niece, Boone, who spent a day here., , : . ',W- Ernst Thiel has been in Veterans hospital, Des Moines, the past three weeks Under observation. It. is doubtful, that he .will .be home f oivChristmas. • . i '' r Mr. arid Mrs. M. C. Melcalf left Wednesday via train frdnt) Omaha, Neb.,- for a three week; visit, at San DiegO) Calif., with Mr. and, Mrs. T. S, Tatianos, .-. -,.'; Mrs] :f Arthur . : tyjT eise; 'haid.i; isj gueW ISunda'y Mr. > and ' Mnfe Frank Pruismann and children, Blairsburg, and Mr. and ' Mrs. Clarence Nielsen,- Lu Verne. *?-. Tpnil ' Huichison will arri^ Sunday for a holiday visit w"i0i his parents, >Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hutchison. He is a student at Stanford university in Calif. S Mr. and Mis. Kertheih Parrish have been visited thfHgasti several-flays by the lattef another, Mrs. E. C. Gates, Charles City, who concluded the visit Tuesday.- Mr. and Mrs. Joe McBride are moving to Tama Dec. 23 where Mr, McBride will be deputy sheriff. He has been on the police force ,here the past several years. The. home of the late -Mr. and Mrs^ Glen Rariey has, 'been sold to St. Thomas Episcopal church and for the present has been rented to Mr. and Mrs. James Chalstrom. Mr. ' and Mrs. Judd St. John were recently visited by Mr. ana Mrs. Perry St. John of Carroll. They also visited with Mrs. St. John's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Stanley Black at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Peterson and family spent Sunday at Bode with Mr. a'nd.Mrs'. Albert Sor- lein and at Humb'oldt with Mr. and Mrs. Jens Peterson. Mr., and Mrs, Frank Rueb are going to Omaha, Neb,, Dec. 26 to attend a meeting of the American Cyanamid company, with whicn the former is employed. Judy Schumacher, student nurse at Mercy hospital, Des Mo^nes, has returned there alter a few days at home assisting in the care of her sister, four month old Joan. Joan had surgery Friday at St. Ann to correct a stomach ailment. She was dismissed Tuesday. The parent are Mr. and Mrs, Louis Schumacher. | Mr. and Mrs. Dale Laws and Mr, and Mr.s. Clyde. Prjebe spem last weekend 'out of town.' Mrs. Laws and Mrs. Priebe spent a,. day in Des Mqines; Mrs. Laws with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lehman and Mrs. Prlebe went oh later to Ipwar Cjty to visit relatives. Mr. Laws and 'Mr. Pri'ebe went to, Moravia lor <|uall hunting and .visited with the parents, Mr. and' Mrs.' John Laws. Guild, business women's circle of the Bresbyt6riiyx church, had a Christmas party Monday evening at the church. Ruth Circle, young jriatheif group, were guests i^t the pot > 4uck Dinner. Hostesses were . Mrs. Ell^R Mai- shall, Ava-' Simpson, Mrs. L Helma Proper, Mrs. Harlan Sigsbee,.'Mrs:A. J. Eason, Mrs. ,0ai?y .Schauof and Mrs. ; Helen Ming. Mrs. Myron Broker ga«e devp.ilons. Mrs. Max Goldmaiy was to 'have been guest, spe.akqr, bt^ w's$ not p.r?s- ent due to the" ' sform, so the hostesses filled in with readings. A trio cojpcojiid p| Mrs. Kejth Christie, Mrs. Richard Mawdsiey and Mis. Richard Burt, sang; accompanied by Mrs. Lyle Alberts. OFFICE SUPPLIES— Business forms, office furniture, filing equipment and supplies, at the Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona, across Jrom, j^ejy parking lot, SCRIPTO MARKING PENCILS, Co., phoue CTf 4-3535, Phone CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper HELPS PREVENT STRESS As Advertised in Today's FAHM : & HOME SECTION KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY Algona CEILING TILE You don't have to be a Handy- Andy lo do a perfect job of in- stalling acoustical tile on an old or new ceiling. Well tell you the easy way and we'll gel you started right. For quietness and beauty, there's nothing like an acoustical ceiling. Come in soon and see the many nei* designs for every room in your home. Use our budget plan. BRONSON BLD'G, SERVICE 18 Algont COMPLETE CLOSING OUT ATTHE FARM LOCATED,4 MILES.SOUTH AND 4.MILES;EAST OF ALGONA OR 2'/ 2 MILES EAST OF IRVINGTON, . ...., -,.,.;,r,..' •: •• .w • .-^'r'^'rU^n'-MJ SALE TO BEGIN PROMPTLY AT 1 P. M. Come early as there will be no small items at this sale. 11 57 129-HOGS-129 CHOICE QUALITY 1 - YORK BOAR (Don Marty herd, LuVerne, Iowa) 4 - SOWS WITH PIGS. 2 - SOWS TO FARROW SOON. 11 - OLD SOWS, 3rd LITTER, BRED NOV. 18. GILTS BRED NOV. 22. 10 - GILTS, APPROXIMATELY 200 Lbs., OPEN. FEEDER PIGS, 8 WEEKS OLD 35 - FEEDER PIGS, 3 - 4 WEEKS OLD CHICKENS 500 GHOSTLEY PEARL PULLETS IN FULL PRODUCTION. MACHINERY 41 JOHN DEERE "B" TRACTOR. SPRAYER, COMFORT COMP. DROPS, HAND BOOM. TRACTOR SPREADER, NEW IDEA ON RUBBER. CULTIVATOR, 2-ROW JOHN DEERE. 10-ft. JOHN DEERE DISC. MOWER, 6-ft. HORSE. 2 - WAGON BOXES, WOOD, FLARED. 2 _ 4-WHEEL RUBBER-TIRED RUNNING GEARS. PICKUP - 1949 CHEVROLET, A-l, TARP. - l.U BROODER HOUSE, 10 x 12; lO.ft, RANGE FE CYCLONE. ROUND HANGING FEEDERS; 9 - ROLLAWA 3, - E<S0 BASKETS; 2 - AUTOMATIC POULTRY WATE i - 12-in. VENTILATOR FAN WITH THERMOSTAT; 250 PORTABLE HOG HOUSES, 1 x 6 x 18 (3-Pen), 1 x 7 x 20 $0,000 BTU; BARREL FEEDER, 55-gal.; NORTON FEEDE CREEP FEEDERS; 70-gal. WATERER; PRESSURE HOG FO FOUNTAINS ON PORTABLE HEAVY TANK; CEMENT WA ON RUBBER TIRED RUNNING GEAR. EDER; GAS BROODER, WOODS 500 CHICK; 14 Y NESTS (Hen Modes); EGG COOLER, PERCIVAL, 6-CASE; RERS; 1 - 20-in. VENTILATOR FAN WITH THERMOSTAT; -gal. GASOLINE BARREL WITH HOSE, NOZZLE; 3 (3-Pen), 1 x 8 x 20 (3-Pen); GAS FLOOR FURNACE, R, 14-ft.; ROUND JAMESWAY FEEDER, 100-bu.; 2 - UNTAIN; 2 - BARREL WATER FOUNTAINS; 2 - DAISY TER TROUGHS; TIN TROUGHS; 500-gal. WATER TANK 100 BALES OF STRAW MRS. ARTHUR KRAUSE TERMS - CA$H. § fli &fM§VfB WQM PBfMIH5 UNTIL SETTLPO FOR. PIPONf WH P» AiHTI IHQULB ANY OCCUR. 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