The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 16, 1962 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 16, 1962
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irosts Bridge ; Mrs. Nell ttdt^fl is the Idle ttoifr bridge club Wed* nesdny, . Mr*, V, -L. dunder entertained '•her thimble club last Monday afternoon. We'd 48 Years M,r, and Mrs. William J. Becker observed their forty-eighth wedding anniversary Jan. l. the daughter, Mrs, Fred Caslllas. and Mrs. Becker's sister, Mrs. Merle Ferguson, phoned them from Des Molnes. The other sister Mrs. Ethel Putney is again at the Beckers after receiving treatment at Iowa Moines, Methodist hospital, Des NOTICE OP PROBATE OF WILL STATE OF LOWA Kossuth County ss. IN DISTRICT COURT TO ALL CERN: WHOM IT MY CON- Attend Coffee 'Mffc'tyHton 'Norton and Mrs. . 0. Dorweiler attended a birthdn coffee Thursday at West Bend to Mrs, Lena Carter. Relative Ws" Mf. artd Mrs. Jfwin Malueg, Mr and Mrs, Glenn Strayer and Mrs John Strayer attended the wedding a week ago Sunday at Hartley of Lillian Strayer and Don Stone in the Methodist church. Guest Night "~ Algona CD of A will hold their annual guest night Thursday eye- ning, Jan. 18, at St. Cecelia's hall with a pot luck dinner beginning at 6:30 p.m. Chairmen for the occasion are Mrs. H. E. Bode and Mrs. Imelda Engesser. Attend Wedding Mr. and Mrs. William Ludwlg and Mr. and Mrs. Vernell Ludwi attended the wedding Saturda; YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That an Instrument of writing purporting to be. the last Will and Testament of Elvin Shottenktrk, Deceased, dated March 14, itoi, having been this day fjled, opened and read, Monday the 29th day of January, 1962, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the No. 8011 October Term, 1961 morning of Janet Ludwlg an ~ ............ ----- -— Lowell Fehr in St. Peter and Pau Catholic church at West Bend. Play Pinochle Mr. and Mrs. Everett Trlpp en lertained their pinochle club Wed nesday evening. Guests were Mr and Mrs. Leslie Higley and Mr and Mrs. Gene Nichols, High anc low score prizes won by Mr, and Mrs. Higley, respectively. Methodist Circles Circles of the Methodist WSCS will meet Jan. 18 as follows ~ Sept. with Mrs. Martin Becker — Oct. with Mrs. L. L. Snyder — Nov. with Mrs. Merle Webster — Dec: with Mrs. Ernest Godfredson — Feb. with Mrs. John Weber — Mar. with Mrs. Dale Cole - April with Mrs. 'Theodore 'Hutchison - Clerk of said o'clock A.M., Court; and at ten of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, Jf any they have, why instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, January $59.95 H^dboard, sen; U^TIeWnV photo; l f4ntort, la. ' '. •,-•'>',„ (j ^»»»},)Mll'>>X>li>J»HH>ltli<,,,iMf.\>,,^ Card Qf Thanks r ;* .•_,'•<.• CARP We wls|i to etfend, our most aim ere and heartfelt thanks to friends, •elativos a,nd pejghbortffpF'the oral and spiritual wTqfieto, 5 e "° l "j!.".. ll ' e t" vc .: '" K ' llc •""•"to <">'Ko.sntl, counly roads Hud hllhmyi U " mll """" !rag ' im " k I""*. the past 16 years, accoffig •A?*,! 1 , 11 ? 1 ' Whe u S ompar ™u wlth £atallt y records durln 8 odd numbered years ftri^^W.%^.!^^^^. I"* began when 12 persons^ as. !° SfX V 954 ' ^«" f"ot back up toTlTn ^5 back o SWu5?<X urftt 4as%jsii trin ta «r up to i2 in >57 - down to e A *Y!J jj-i j i ***^i*siv6j a to [31 of 122 persons hflvo died on county hichwdvs &nd 40 dicc| during the four p6sk yoflrs. \t odd-year trend. (UDM Engraving) . ",. — ^ - r -.... *MW* w wbMA WE. tivo ucauia. low figures, was a welcome relief from the prior 15, 1962. Alma Pearson Clerk of the District Court, H. J. McNertney, Attorney' ' . Algona, Iowa May with Effie Teeter June circle I 'with Mrs. Clarence Hunt. Circle 2 with Mrs/ Dick McGinnls. , January circle will meet Jan. 22 at 2 o'clock Jn the Fireside room. REPORT OF CONDITION OF ~ ' ' • • • IOWA STATE BANK - 1 ' Cha ' W " h Qther fc""* 8 ' 80 "^™ 1 ''''^ In process In process o, 7 ~ V "~" ""—*•"*»"••'*• \»«IV-4HMM)I» UUiAlUU WCI , Bank premises owned $05,635.52, furniture ia. TOTAL ASSETS .08.u 6,766.361.83 - r : Circle Meetings , iGJrcles of the Congregational rellowshtp will meet Jan. 18 as ollows: Ruth with Nell Larson as- isted by BettV Granzow. Rebecca t the Educational center, hbstess- s -Elizabeth; Schenck, Lola Scuf- fham and Ella Hutchins. Naomi with -Wiltna Kindeh assisted by Peg Reid. Mary at' Educational center, Ginny. Buchanan hostess, assisted , by; Maxhipi Ciegg; :Barbara Haggard, Judy Thoresen and Darla Anderson. , Fete Grandchildren . During the holidays, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bradley entertained their grandchildren at dinner at the Johnson House. Jn attendance Were Mary and Therese Bradley, students at St. Catherine college. St. Paul, Miqn., Karen Bradley, a student nurse at St. Anthony, Car- Poll .Tn« RroHlai. Irf : J tt->»u_ i__ J-oU, Joe. Bradley the ma- a i. TOTAL UABIUTIES ........................... ,~,..,,.T lM.6SU« CAPITAL Common stock, total i A C B! Undivided 2I>. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS yo. , 150 ,000. 9 0 150,000.00 150,000.00 210,833.47 570,833.47 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .8,768.381.63 230,000.00 We, the of ,,p 0rt 'o tlie best of our V. L. MvMnlum L E. l.lnn.iu 11. J. Cowan J. C. Mawdslcy H. L. Gilmure ) Directors. Sworu 0l o Iowa ' Culll > t V "f Kossuth this 0 day Louise M. Davis Notary Public REPORT OF CONDITION OF SECURITY STATE BANK i>". Algona, Kossulli County, l ' C Sf'vuUe'iu£n" S WU " ° thel ' ""'"«• 8 a»" E ^l> S itfms in process ' 2. Unit,d s,>,,,« n-viriimVijl.obiigalion*; du^f^nd stymied'I "I 903,705.51 Total dciuaaU (t>) Total tinu- TQT4J- rine corps at Camp Pendelton Calif., ; and -Mary • Bradley,s Du« Chesne college,/ .Omaha, ,Neb. Eugene Jensen, Lakpfa, Dies; Rites Tuesday Eugene Jensen, longtime farm resident of the Lakota area/died Saturday morning at St. Ann hospital at Algona. He was 58. Cause of death was cancer. Mr. Jensen first became ill last summer and has been hospitalized much of the time jslnce then. Mr. Jensen was born April 23, 1903 in Hamilton county. While still a young boy he moved with his parents to the farm four miles south of Lakota where he lived until his death. He was married Nov. 19, 1952 to Irma Brandt. They moved to the farm right after their marriage. His wife and several cousins survive. One cousin, Andrew Jensen, lives in Lakota, and EIso Jensen farms two miles southwest of town, Public services were at 2 p m Tuesday at the Presbyterian church at Lakota. Rev. Harlan Kruse officiated and burial was at Maple Hill cemetery here. Garry funeral home of Bancroft was in charge. Mrs. McCleish, Bancroft, Dies; Rites Pending •Mrs., Sam McCleish of Bancroft died Monday morning at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. She was 83. Cause of death was a heart ailment. She suffered a heart attack several weeks ago and had been hospitalized since that time. Her;husband, who had retired several years ago, preceded her in death in April, 1951. Survivors are three sons, Glenn and Donald of Bancroft and Saifi of Lone Rx>ck; one daughter, Mrs. Clarence Weis of Armstrong; one brother, Jack McDonald of Ledyard; a sister, -Mrs. Elizabeth Murray of Bancroft and 12 grancfc children.,,,. ,,,.,: ; a Funeral riteg are pending. Quinns At Lone Rock Lone Rock — Mr. and Mrs. Jack Quinn were honored on their 40th wedding anniversary in their home Sunday. Present in the Quinn home were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Goche, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Arndorfer, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Quinn Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kramer and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Goche and families of Bancroft and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thul and family of Cedar Falls. DANCE FRIDAY, JANUARY 19 FRANK JONAS & ORCH. FOR YOUNG & OLD LEGION BALLROOM BANCROFT, IOWA ADM. $1.00 (2*) ger. They presented with a gift. the Quinns New Chrysler Dealer Percival Motors of Algona^ has ONE LARGE ASSORTMENT OF MATERNITY WEAR ON SALE NOW AT FOWLER'S ** a * 'rt*s» SPECIAI, ON USED Knipco Heaters We have several good used KNIPCO PORTABLE HEATERS on hand .... so now, when »here is still plenty of winter left, come in and look them over. I-F-50...... $50 2rf-70. . .$70 1-SUPER 75 $90 WE HAVE SEVERAL GOOD USED SPREADERS ON HAND e^ Mattress and Spring * ' &0!«#t& W, Metres* READ'S FURNITURE, INC "Wost of the Courthouse Square" ,' ) ' * t ajjBxe^^ CLOSING OUT AUCTION > •• • As I have quit farming I will offer for sale the following described property on the, farm lopated 7 mflerwest of Fenton or 2 miles north and i mile west of Depew or 5 miles east, 7 mlleg north ind i mile east of Emmctsburg, on , . ' THURSDAY, JANUARY 25lh Sale Starts'at 1:00 P.M. Murphy's Lunch Wagon on Grounds MACHINERY 1950 'G' John Deere tractor, in good conditions 4-row 400 John Deere cultivator j F-20 WcCormick Deerlng tractor, tw* rpw cultivator 1861 954 John Deere four row planter'with deep set fertilizer boxes and 180 rod? of pjantor wire, hydrauilcjlft, cpvprlng knives, planted less than IQO acres; 1961 JD_ R 120'bushel tractor spreader; JD Hammer Mill; JD 15 Dlscj.JD 10* B|nder,,wlndrfiweri 15-ft. John D,eere Disc; 2-r-Old/ John peerflDreaders;, Johfl^eere Ifajnmer Mill; A-6 Case spike tooth comWnp w h motor a^d (hree: w ra canvasesrcise side delivery rake; liaVi/f n«*n«lln«* CM*M| i«M,MA<._: _^-_.' 'A _ _i *. . . _. _- •» '•.'••• T ' LOUNGERS SPECIALS SINGLE LOUNGES SOFA SOFA HIDE-A-WAY SOFAS WITH FULL SIZE MATTRESS READ'S FURNITURE, INC. WEST OF THE COURTHOUSE SQUARE ,... W'ey Sewl-ira^tor mouiited mower; pavjd Bradley Dirt scraper. (lUte new), Case Bubber Ured trailer 4 r wheel;Antnony7teel flare &ox; VVooden flare bos,- lyfcCormlpk peering endgate seeder ! (pe new); Manure loader to fjt John Deere tractor hyd; ilnflsey five section drag w|th folding eveners; Steel wheeed ruhnlhg gear with flare hex; 1961 Ftodson grain tester. : . ,, "*" *••- > - f _'. Part Shetland .Pony with br}dle and saddle, two wheel cart and harness; 2—18' x 8' Hog houses on skidsi 2—14' x 12' round roof brooder nouses; 16 month old hereford bull from artificial Insemination: 200 bales of 3rd cutting Alfalfa hay; llOO bales straw. t .,,.,., ,, - •, : P<*i tag plowrhudson tank'heater,"-(gas); Super fTaine"oil b"urne7in g^d condition; oil burner;- davenport end chair; kitchen table'and 4 matching chairs; 'baby buggy, 1 " ' ' ') SurpJus Hi. Undivided 80. profits -.- TOTAU CAPITAL ACCOUNTS TOTAL WA84WT1ES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS - detiuttion gi 15U.UiMI.00 12.fJ83.Ki J. C. W- Vise W«, tte •fit. ut Uu* above-umntU b^ut; Uu livitjtiy deceit *» luie and functt ty the U-it ui my knowledge C. W. Conn, Vive President aitesl tlit vorix-ftiit's* oi this report ul coniii- txamuwd by us and to tiic ut'»t ui' ULU - kixow- T. y. HutyUi^yii, H. K. Lun^, ) *! A. Krankl, "K. L. Sliai-pnai-k. ) Utrvvturs. "'-'•• ul luwa. County uj Kv>»4Uth. 5S. ui to ana iSKJ. bclort; u\v tius UUi R. Izaak Walton Election Held At a recent meeting of East Fork unit of the Izaak Walton League here, election of officers was held Harvey Larson was named as president, Howard Forsberg as treasurer, and A. W. Behrends as secretary. Howard Fredericks is first V.P. and Alvin Briggs, 2nd V. P The group plans its annual Buf- 1 ^ Feed Feb. 6, at the Algona .f.w. Hall with serving to start at 5 p.m. Proceeds from the dinner will be used in landscaping the north entrance to Algona, and the wayside park north of Bancroft where jt is hoped to plijru about li» trees. Tickets are $J.50 for adults 75 ceast for children. Membership Carl Hiemstra, Buffalo Center, Membership Chairman, announced the Kick-off for the l^ Farm Bureau MejebeirisJup drive wiU be held on January 23rd. at the Legion Hall m pur{. The meetiog wilt at uuou witli a chili duuicr. • A BIG NEW HOME ON YOUR LOT INO CASH INEEDED! • 100% LOAN! T.dfSt*. TERMS; Cash., nothing t<|.be removed qntil settled for. - =' -'i lyot: respons|b|e Jn case of accidents BERKLAND Ber'kland & Benson, Aucf. Cylinder State Bank, Clerk AUCTION AUCTION SALE of ill heqlth, I will sell my dairy cattle and some mpchlnery on the farm located 2 miles north on hl 0 hway 60 and 2 mile, west of Renwick, or 2 mile, east, 3 mile. soSth and! east of LuVerne, or 8 miles Iowa, ON - 2 miles W8$t of £orwi "'' As I am discontinuing farming I will sell at public auction che following described personal property on farm located 1 mile north and Vt mile west of Elmore, on blacktop; or 8 miles south and Mt mile west of Blue Earth, Minnesota, on MONDAY, JANUARY 22 SALE STAKTS AT 12:3Q P. A|. DITSVVORTH LUNCH QN GROUNDS Now you c«n gtl * COMPUTE horn, onirourloi*nywh«rifornolhln;d<i« n , Including: Compl«t« HuiKSTng "•Com'. pleta H«atms • Complete Elecliicol, wlhFi»lui«»B Com plelo Kitchen Cab. IntU will) Micella Counter Tops iVm/l AibestOi flogr Covering • f im { | 0 , InslJt and Qutl All Fyuntidtioii vines ai luwas 38 M I Homes as lowas roujh construction on your lot wherever it li-towMMBi, Ijke- ildi, rUirside tr Wburb. a moniri COMPARE! You pay lets Inltreslat Inttrnatlonjll nternationalHomei Ol p*o > k>|. 01 <km'l «*« t tot. but | think I «,„ „„ 0% To»n_ .SUtc A^ni, Eioiid SOUJU Ackl«y. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17th SALE Will START AT 1:00 SHARP - NO SMALL ITIMS 26 - HEAD OF HIGH GRADE HOLSTEINS - 26* The«o cattle are all home raited and out of artificial br«*d. I,r9fdini| «in«» l^f, ThU I Cwlffl 70 - HEAD OF LIVESTOCK - 70 30 HEAD OF CATTLE - (All TB and Bang* tested), 20 Black Angus Brood Cows; l Black Angus 2-yr. old Bull, 40 HEAD OF HOQ8 - 25 Hampshire crosg.propd Sow*, to farnw about Feb. 15; 18 Feeder Pigs, wt. about 125 to 150 Ibs. Ing. Hay« g»e^ Bpng. vflcdnatsd h«d an^rnow'f.^anA no reactors. Indiyi^ugj hfaith Freslj 1—Cow Fr^slj Qct, 16 T with 4tj> pjj)f I—tow Fresh Oct. g . with «nd calf l-Cow Fresh Sept. 3 - with 2nd calf I—Cow Due by Sale Day » 3rd t - r '— Due Feb. 20 , wjtb 4$ l)u<; Fob. 18 with 2nd Rue Fob. 12 - with £j)d Mar, 30 '' ' wit WUf f flwd Awlj 80th - fired M|y ^(h • Bred Mny \Bth 1—Heifer - Bred August 3rd 2-Bred Heifers MACHINERY - Corn pjefcer, 195B John Deere No, 2?7 Mounted Corn Pleker, and tall corn attachment; 1955 John Uew "60", live m»- wer «nfj powpr » Bering i 1952 John Deere 'B 1 tractor. F-20 tr«ct or ; 19M Case AC 6 coniblne with motor and all sUachments; 1950 John Deere NP. 484 corn p iiBter wlfo fertilizer attachment; disc openers; John Cu|Uv»M)r, rubber g^uge wheels; John Deere >boitom "• DMT* • Plow No. 55 . 4BHi John Deere 4-sectlon notary Hoe; John Deere N«, « MMwa and Snow Spoopj J 0 h« p wrB Manure Sprandcr l-Ite|f»r in MACHINIRY AND MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Blevaiori Jallp Deere Drlve-«n }lo|«(t New Idea 36-ft. wl type Elevalgr, i.n ( Ier»lmig hoist) M|,»uesQt« 4,bar SWe Delivery H«fcei faaw c/op ftwayer e n ruBben Flpld CuiMvatar. 4win Pef " ederi 8>fe|tlou Wooden {{arrow) 9 Trpljer* 44-A 10" Phalfl 6g W ) Table , Compressor; 3 cattle feed 4 HAROLD OXLEY, Own Net Re»pon*!blo far Accldtntj Corwrth |fgg A U .c 4-bof TroctBr S!d« Dflivery; Nf w ldt« .'V^ 1 ', 8 ^ 1 /^" f «9 J. P. El9v»lw ( with trvcfc hopper, Speed Jack; 50-bw. ft« t | Alffllfa & Orshprd Grn*», lir Wd In ^09d fonditien; DHavol 3

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