The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 23, 1962 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 23, 1962
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It's Here! JUST WHAT YOU HAV6 BEEN WAITIN6 FOR! The Greatest Weekend Ever! to Hi! ALGONA ' - - '' v FREE PfclZES 1 ;T FREE SAMPLES! FREE FAVORS! V AND PRICES THAT WILL SHOC Y OU ii t***'^! IV''' k ' ii; ^l IBV*"*****-'^^^' **|Bk BE PREPARED TO FILL YOUR PANTRY BE PREPARED TO SAVE AS YOU HAVE BE PREPARED TO FILL YOUR FREEZER NEVER SAVED BEFORE! HERE'S YOUR CHANCE TO MAKE YOUR BUCK TALK!! GET YOUR SHARE OF BARGAINS AT THE GRAND OPENING OF CLOVER FARM MARKET BE HIRE WHEN THE DOORS OPEN AT 8:30 A,M, FRIDAY! ! Bertha fief/e, John Vows At St.Joe On Wedding vows were exchanged aturday morning,. Jan; 6, at 9:30 .m. in St. Joseph's Catholic hurch at St. Joe by Miss Bertha i. Berte, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ohn.Berte, St. Joe, and John F. leding, son of Mr. and Mrs. Har- Id Reding. St. Joe. The bride was attired in a white own of imported chantilly lace nd nylon over satin which formed brush length sweep train; styled nth a fitted bodice of lace trimmed in pearls and sequins, with ong tapering sleeves of lace com- ng to points over the wrists. Her 'elbow length veil of import- d silk illusion fell from a pearled ara. She .carried a crystal rosary nd a cascade bouquet of red ros- s. Miss er of the bride was maid of Alverta Berte, St. Joe, sis- onor. :Miss' Dianne oe, sister of the Reding. St. groom was ridesmaid. Attending the bride- froonvfls beshnan was John Wagner, Sti"Jber cousjn of the' groom, and groomsman jyfts jaberi ~ ' St. Joe, brother'of; the b'fia __.. ers were Frank Fischer, Pomroy, by. the men's choir of St. Joe. Mrs. Adeline Wagner was'organ- ist and nuptial music was sung by the mens choir of St. Joe. Following the ceremony a dinner and reception was served for 180 guests at the K.C. hall, Algona. Miss Nancy Wilfong of Livermore was in charge of the guest book. The bride and groom were assisted in opening gifts by Alice Reding, Betty Wagner, Jo Ann Erpelding and Pat Wagner. The wedding cake was served by Mrs. Alfred Bormann, Bancroft, and Mrs. Merlyn Altman, Algona. Coffee was poured by Mrs. Frank Fischer, Pomroy, and Mrs. Donald Orres, Fort Dodge, sisters of the bride. After a wedding trip to the Carlsbad Caverns in New. Mexico, they will make their home in Livermore. The bride is a graduate of St. Joe high school and has been pre^ yiously employed in Des Moinesj, jit the,-Iowa Bldg. The groom is'a graduate'of St. Joe high school and. is engaged in farming. LOCALS Mrs Arthur Wiesc had as guests last week Mr and Mrs Frank Pruis- man, Blairsburg. Mr and Mrs Don Nelson visited relatives at Manchester during a recent weekend. Mr and Mrs Jerry Schichtl are vacationing five or six weeks in Florida and Arizona. Mr and Mrs Duane Riley and Mr and Mrs Carl Goetsch attended the Sports Show in Des Moines last Saturday. Mr and Mrs V!c Frideres were visited one day last week by the latter's brother, Otis McKee, Minneapolis. Mrs Lillie Bestenlehner has returned from a visit of a week at Minneapolis with Mr and Mrs Robert Wood. Mrs Ann Hillcnga anil Mr and Mrs Matt Platt were supper guests of Mr and Mrs Frank Johnson at Garner one evening last week. Paul Lcmkee came home Thursday from Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, where he had nasal surgery. He returned to work Monday. Mr and Mrs Richard Dallman went to Storm Lake a week ago Sunday to visit with Mr and Mrs Wiliam Schwarzenbach, former Algonans. Mr and Mrs Ed Wolcott are leaving Wednesday for Brownsville, Tex., and will be gone four or five weeks. They will perhaps also go to California. Mr and Mrs Perry Lawman have been visited a few days by Eugene Gutzler, Portland, Ort. The visitor and Mr and Mrs Lowman spent Friday evening at Whittemore with Mr and Mrs Martin Potrat?. Mr and Mrs Harold Kuchenreu- ther have returned from a two week visit in Los Angeles 'with Phyllis, Mr and Mrs Harry Gorman and at San Francisco with Wilma Runge and Mrs Meda Our- nin, both former Algonans. They also saw Mr and Mrs Vernon storm at Panorama City. Howard Seeley spent from Sunday till Thursday at Denver, Colo., attending a National Colurhbia jjheep meeting, of which Ire is director. He also attended a stock show. He visited with Mr and Mrs. Albert Goodwin. Mrs Goodwin is the-former Jane McWhorter, daughter of Lewis and Christine We- Whorter. Mrs. W. C. BfcPougall came from Mason City and spent the weekend with Mr and Mrs Russell Cook. She expects Mr and Mrs Bob Mcpougall gn,d children from Minneapolis Jan. 37 for a few days visit. Her brother Jay Tubbesing, Mason Cjlty, is making very ' feted 8 few raoat&g ago. Mrs Gertrude Chipman, Anamosa, mother of Mrs Fred Shilts, is here for the winter. Mr and Mrs Donald Jorgenson hnd as dinner guest last Sunday Mrs George M. Jorgenson, Fenton. Mr and Mrs G. A. Wittkopf attended the National Dairy Queen convention at St. Louis Jan. 941. Mr and Mrs Leo Gardner and Sharon went to Fort Dodge Saturday. Mrs Haltic Burlingame spent a day at Garner last week with Mr and Mrs Harry Merriam. Mrs Frank Devitt left for Los Angeles last week and will be there with her sister the rest of the winter. Crcsco Mothers and Daughters meeting which was scheduled for January has been postponed until further notice. Mr and Mrs A. B. Oakland were in Rochester, Minnesota, last week and both went through the Mayo clinic. Reports were fine. Mr and Mrs Jim Walker had fis clinnqr guests a week ago Sunday Mrs Rose Kraft and Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft, Lone Rock. Mrs Robert Richardson, former Algonan now living at Ceclar Falls, were overnight guests here Tuesday and visited various friends. Mr and Mrs .lames Will and Mrs Mildred Putz were visited last Tuesday. and Wednesday by Mr and Mrs Don Price, Sioux City. , Mr and Mrs Dale Laws were visited Friday by Mr and Mrs Ellwin Stenzel, Hurt. Wednesday quests were Mr and Mrs James Kunkel. Mr and Mrs William Scnnc, Kenosha, Wise., recently returned to :heir home after visiting here for several weeks with the Miles loniker family. Mr and Mrs Gordon Kuhn and Mr and Mrs Dallas Klein spent last weekend at Ankeny with Mr and Vlrs Bob Kuhn and Sunday all at- encled the Sports Show at Des Moines. Mrs Merle Webster has returned rom Des Moines where she had >een with Mr and Mrs Richard Webster, to whom a daughter, Lisa "lllen, was born Jan. 5. There is another child, a son Kirk. Mr and Mrs Charles Clement became grandparents again when a >on was born Tuesday at Humboldt o Mr and Mrs Robert Oberman. The infant has been named Charles md other children in the family are Patricia and Michael. Mr and Mrs Ernst Thiel enter- ained at a family dinner Sunday vening and had as guests Mr and Irs Verle Schmidt, Mr and Mrs ary Michaelson, Titonka, Mr and /Irs Bert Sankey, Britt, and Mr nd Mrs Ralph Lindhorst. W. E. Taylor, Anamosa, well- nown here and brother of Mrs derle Webster, has been hospital- zed since Dpc. 31 with a ruptured irt valve suffered while shovel- ng snow. It is expected he will )e dismissed very soon. Mr and Mrs G. A, Wittkopf, Mrs f la,.Wittkopt and Edwin Wittkopf enj to Marshalltown Friday, .to '^isit with • Mr and • Mrs Fred Kossick. Mr. Kossick suffered a broken collarbone several days ago when helping push a car. Mrs James Walker has returned from Omaha, Neb., where she had been with her daughter, Mrs Walter Klinker, to whom a daughter was born. She has been named Lavonne Marie. Mr Klinker is hospitalized with ment. a serious liver ail- Mrs Kate Wegener had fls guests last week Mr and Mrs Clarence Wegener, Ringsted, and her sister", Mrs Emtntt Kleiners, Fenton. James Kellcy, sort 6f Dr, and Mrs N. J. Keney, has begun his duties as a corporate lawyer in New York City. Thomas E. Dfiwey heads the. law firm. Mr and Mrs Alvirt Peterson had Charlotte Bjofnson and her daughter, Mrs CHarles Hannahan, and Mr and Mrs Ddrwin Sorlien, of Bode as guests Friday. Mr and Mrs It. A. Behnkc have returned from a visit of a month with Dr. and Mrs J. B. Walter at Detatur, 111., and Rev. and Mrs Harold Roschke, Waverly. Mrs John Schlmmel has been spending iriuch of the time at Laurens with her daughter, Mrs Dyrl Jones, who .has been ailing for some time with a sinus infection. Mr and Mrs Russell Rentz and children and Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith, Whittemore, spent a week ago Sunday at Des Moines attending the Sports Show. Dr. and Mrs P. 0. Dorweller are leaving this week for southern points and will be gone for an indefinite length of time. They will stop in Des Moines and Kansas City for visits with relatives. Degree Of Honor Has Installation Degree of Honor Lodge here had installation of new 1962 officers Monday, Jan. 15 in the Izaalc Walton League Hall. Mrs! Buelah Williams, State Director, with Past Presidents Merna Gregson, Wilma Strayer and Bernitas Lynk of Algona, handled ;he installation as follows: President, Marie Scuffham; 1st vice president, Bea Baldwin; 2nd vice president, Vivian Skogstrom; Past President, Mona Hobbs. Treasurer, Pat Cook; Financial Secretary, Margaret Bray ton; Recording secretary,. Rose Smith; [Jsher, Mary Lou Ruhnke; Ass't Usher, Loraine Mosher; Right assistant, Ida Chism; Left assistant, Ellen Marshall; Outer Watch, Wilma Strayer; Inner Watch, Mary E. Muckey; Flag Bearer, Merna Gregson; Drill Captain, Bernetas Lynk; Pianist, Thessa Spongberg; Ritual Advisor, Mona Hobbs. Stale Director Buelah Williams presented 25 year pins to — Mary E. Muckey, Marie Scuffham- anc Mona Hobbs. . . , . . Next meeting will be Feb. 5. Tuesday, Jonuary 23, 96Z Uppy Des Molne«->5 , Soroptimists Meet H. O. Lundqulst, manager of th Good Samaritan Home in Algona was guest speaker at the Sorop timist luncheon, last Wednesday a the Hotel Algona. In other club activities, Alice Wilkins and Ma bel Sorensen were hostesses Tuesday at a social meeting at the Johnson House where a "Hidden Bid" was conducted. This is one jroject to raise funds for Little ^eague baseball uniforms. BOOK OF THE YEAR This savings and loan passbook la nonfiction. An exciting true story of thrift that benefits individuals, communities, and business everywhere. Enjoyed by 29 million Americans who save at Insured Savings and Loan Associations. Each member of the family should have big ewtt COJ>/t copy bi opeuiug a saviggg account with ua» 4% CURRENT EARNING^ NOW BEING PAID SEMI-ANNUALIY ON INVESTMENT AND SAVINGS ACCOUNTS IN ANY AMOUNT. HOWE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N. iilWe 1917 Savings & Home Loans m9 mmmmmmmmmmmmm ««*•««»•*« COMPLETE CLOSING CUT FARM SALE Due la ill health, I wilf hold a public auction on form loeatad 1 mile north, Vi mile east, 1% miles north of Bancroft On Evergreen .' fartfi, or 3 mile* south of Hwy. 4 oit 1o9, then Vi mile ea&t, and V4 rtiile south, on — ' THURSDAY, JANUARY 25 Murphy Lunch Oh Ground Sale Starts at 12:30 1944 McOeerlng model M. Trador complete with power pack • and new tires. . 1948 McDeering model M tractor complete with live pump, wide front, new tires, power pack. Used less than 4O hours since overhauled. Both tractors have Heisler overdrive. fwBBn ' B|: McCORMICK DEERING POWER MACHINERY Like new McDeering model 450 4-row Corn Planter complete with double disc, rubber tires, and fertilizer attachment; Me* Deering model 448 4-row Corn Cultivator; McDeering model 2M ' 2-row mounted Corn Picker with blower; McDeering Stalk Cutter; - McDeering 35 12-ft. 8-in. wheel f and em tractor disc. International 1951 model 130 1-Ton Pick up with 4-speed Trans. r grain and stock rack; McDeering model 27-V 7-ft. tractor mower; McDeering 4-row Cultivator to fit wide front end tractor. OTHER POWER MACHINERY Case model A-6 spike tooth Combine complete with wagon hitch, straw spreader, pick up add Wisconsin motor (extra good); Case, like new 9-ft. Windrowef. Windpower 4-row rotary hoe .»' used 1 season. M-Moline 10-ft. field cultivator. New Idea model » 12-A rubber tired tractor manure spreader. Twindraulic Trailer 1 Type weed sprayer with 300 gal. aluminum tank like new. Roderick-Lean 15-ft. Tractor disc. Horn Manure Loader with touch confrol bucket. "• 1 Electric rubber tired wagon with 15-in, good rubber; 1 Electric, good rubber tired wagon with 16-in. rubber, both with spring bolsters; 2 All Steel McDeering flare bakers, with sirtio hoists; 44-ft. Kelly-Ryan grain elevator with underslung derrick; Speed Jack; Rubber tired wagon with bale rack; McDeering side ;; delivery rake; Galloway 20-fl. 4-section lever flexible harrow; Mc- Deering endgate seeder; 2 McDeering model 8—3 bottom 14" tractor plows. • 3,000-bales of alfalfa and clover hay In barn. 700 bales of Straw. GEORGE FANGMAN'S Shop Master 3" power table saw with Westinghouse Vi H.P. " motor; Shop Master 63" Band Saw with motor, Shop Master 4" ,, power plane with motor. Jig saW with motor. Duro 30" woodturning lathe, Heavy duty one horse electric motor, Vt, h.p. electric motor, '/'z" electric drill. Electric sander, 2 hand planes, Good miter '„ box, Chisel and gouge set, Saws and many other small tools. These ferns are all like new. JSUAL TERMS: Not responsible for accidents. No property to •• *e removed until settled for. ALPHONSE (Al) LENSING, Owner Qulnn & Clark, Auct. Farmers & Traders Savings Bank, Cterk. FARM SALE I will sell the following described farm property at public auction on the farm located 2 miles West, 2 miles South, 1 mile West and '/fc nile South of the Algona Highway Junctions 18-169, or I'/fc miles South of the Algona Radio Station, ON — TUES, JAN. 30 ALE STAHTS AT 12:30 P.M. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS FORD MACHINERY • Ford Tractor 8N, in A-l Condition; • 2-M" Plow; • Rear lounted Cultivator; • 7-ft. Mower with Windrower; • Dirt Blade; » Heat Houser; • Chains for Tractor; • 6-ton Hydraulic Wagon ,'nlouding Jack. S.C. Case Tractor, powerpak, lights, starter, A-l condition; and -row cultivator; Case 2-14" Plow, on rubber; John Deere 2-16" Plow, n rubber, throwaway lathes; Massey-Harris Clipper Combine with notor; Oliver Corn Picker, 2-row rear elevator; 2-rubber tired Running ears; 2-FIarc boxes, Isteel, 1 wood; Steel-wheeled Gear with flat bed; {over Springtooth, !)-ft.; John Deere 2-section Hoe with 4-row draw ar, new in 19(1); Case 2-row Planter with fertilizer attachment; John cere Steel-wheeled Hpreader; J-seclion Drag with noble evener; 2-IHC ngate Seeders; 15-ft. Rudrick Leon Disc; 12-Ft. John Deere Disc; e\v Idea Side Rake, 4-bar; 2-wheeled Trailer with slock rack; Cement flixer with '/•> h.p. motor; ,'l(i-ft. Kale Elevator and P.T.O. Speed Jack; '(her articles too numerous to mention, is DAIRY CATTLE AMD DAIRY EQUIPMENT — Brown Swiss ow, 3rd Calf in April; Brown Swiss Heifer, 1st Calf in April; Ayrshire ow, just fresh with calf by side; llolstein Cow, 5th calf in July; ilol- [ein Heifer, 2nd Calf in April; 2 llolstein Heifers, fresh in November; olstein Cow, 3rd Calf, to fresh in April; 4 Calves, 3 Steers, 1 Heifer, ' r <U-50U Ibs., Shorthorn Steer, 600 Ibs.i 2 Open Heifers, It months, C.K.V.; -r-Calres, (i weeks old; Surge 2-unit Milker, '/•» h.p. motor; Moiitgom- ry Ward Cream Separator. (All Cattle Bangs Vaccinated er TH Tested). 45 YORK-HAMP CROSS HOGS — 20 Gilts, Open, Vaccinated for liolera and Erysipelas. Were kept for breeding stock; 25 Feeder pigs. CHICKENS — 125 Heavy lireed lilack ami Gold Pullets, in full' reduction; 25 White Leghorn Hens. BUILDINGS — Norton Walk-In Hog feeder, 19 $ |(f f(., good; Brood- house, 10 x 12 ft. A-l condition; 16-ft. feed bunk. FEED — 4UO Bales Alfalfa; 20(1 Bales Straw; S«me Corn Silage. TOOLS — Sleeve Puller, new; '-inch Drill; Dm t>l|»r|wu«r; Oil uniiiig tank Heater, new in l!»6l; Bench Grinder; Wheelbarrow. TERMS: CASH — No property to be removed until settled for. Jim Putzstuck VUNUKJJEBG, Auct. SECURITY STATE BANK, Cterfc

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