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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 30, 1962
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has ha Virginia Gisch and Cindy Brad ley spent Saturday at Burt wit! Mr. arid Mrs. Hank Thiges. Mrs. James Elmore has recelv ed word that her son Pfc. Eugem Harbours has landed at Worms Germany. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hargreaves ispent the weekend at Council Bluffs with Dr. and Mrs. E B Mathiason. • Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs. • Joe Elbert, has returned to Fort Riley, Kan., after spending a ten day furlough here. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hendrlckson spent the weekend at Bancroft with .the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Chipman. Mr. and Mrs. Clalr Blossom had as weekend guests their nieces, Jo Ellen and Dy Anne Ba'as, daughters of Julius Baas. Mr. and Mrs. Lylc Black had as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Black and Mr. and Mrs Jack Black, Fort Dodge. Mrs. Win. Dau, Mrs. Lewis Fraser and Patty, Brenda and Larry, Mrs. Gertrude Faulstich, went to Mason City Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Carson spent last.weekend at South Sioux City, Neb. with Mrs. Carson's mother,/Mrs. Herman Waechter. Gertrude Faulstich spent the weekend with her brother and sister-in-law, the Herman Jaskulkes and Mrs. Wm. Jaskulke at Fair,, niont.' 'i Mrs. Eliza Angle returned Thurs- tag their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul James, the latter part of this week, during the semester break. .... „. „<;„„ DueKeiman nau Mr. and Mrs. Eppo Winter, Buffalo Center, as guests Friday. . .Mrs. Eliza Angle returned Thursday from Clear Lake where she had spent several days with her sister, Mrs. Alice Mayfield. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mullins were visited Thursday by the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Mulbns and William, Corwith. Mr. and Mrs. William Geering were visited a few days last week ay their daughter, Mrs. Everett Black, Janelle and Jerold, Spencer. F Mr. and Mrs. Charles Logue rave returned from Rochester, Vunn. Mrs. Logue has been at Worrall hospital undergoing eye surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Engstrom are being visited for awhile by Vtr. and Mrs. Robert Engstrom, Jurt, to whom a daughter Roberta Lynn was born Jan. 21; Mrs. Jerry Lewis has 'returned rom Monett, Mo., where she at- ended funeral services Jan. 18 or her father A. B. Montgomery, 77, who died following a stroke "Pat" Navoichick Is spending er between semester vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Navoichick. She is a student at Luther celolge, Decorah. Mrs. Orval Hakes entered St. Ann hospital last Saturday for treatment of a bad cold and will also have some x-rays. It is expected she will be dismissed soon. Mrs. Ray Bilsborough has completed her teaching at Des Moines and will now be a resident here. She and her husband were married Dec. 30 and until a suitable dwelling can be found they are with Mrs. Bertha Bilsborough The Land Bank ,. . • • .is a good man to know IAKO BANK MAN knows fanning ...knows the farmer's financial —_^ -<= == ^needs. Let him show you how a Load Bank Lean may be used to buy land, pay off debts, make improvements or for other purposes. There are no fees 'or commissions to pay on a Land Bank Loan. And a Load Bank Loam may be paid off at any A acfcanpo without penalty. §top in today. Federal Land Bank Association E. H. Hutchins, Manager Algona (south of Penneys) Monday & Wednesday Forest City (West of Forester Hotel) Tuesday & Friday SEE CARPET SAMPLES tikow i Choose fhe perfect carpet colors and tex< tore* right in your own roomiHvst give us a coll and one of our carpet experts will bring sample* to you., You'll be able to re* lax and make yovr election where you can «e« your own draperies, furniture, and wall*. Call now to take advantage of these few volve*. N9 obligation, of course! SERVICE IN YOUR HOfftl PHONE CY 4-2216 READ'S FURNITURE AND CARPETS, INC, "Wwt of thi Courthouse Square" Mf. and...MM.. Pattl James had as their weekend guests, the lat* tec's . sls'tef and brother-in-law, Mf. and Mrs, Kermit Burtte from James, students at SW are visit- Mrs. Ewald Haack spent the weekend at Fremont, Neb., with her husband who is employed there. The children were cared for by her sister, Barbara Penning, of Corwith. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Christensen went to Des Moines Sunday to attend the graduation of Mrs. Alvirt Christensen from Drake university. Alvin is administrator for IBM. Mary Bradley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bradley who attends Du Chesne college at Omaha, Neb., will spend her between semesters vacation with Michele Moderr at St. Joseph, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Joens had as guests Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Walter, Dean Jr. and family who were enroute from Imperial Beach, Calif., to Jacksonville, Fla. The parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Joens of Rolfe, were also here. Arthur Glaser brought his-son Dan from Omaha, Neb., where the family moved some time ago and Dan will re-enter Garrigan here. He will be graduated in the spring and will make his home with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stephenson. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Straub Jr., have returned from New York City where they were called by the sickness of the father, Joseph Straub Sr., who had suffered a heart attack. Another son, Father Straub, was there from Puerto Rico. Mr. Straub is' recovering nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Bartlett drove to Mankato, Minn., and brought home their daughter Barbara for the weekend. She was accompanied by Madonna Gisch, who spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Gisch. Both girls are students at Mankato college. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Becker were visited one day last week by the former's nephew and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Becker, Lakota. Mrs. Becker spent Wednesday at LuVerne with Mr. and Mrs. Thees Sehnackenberg and Thursday she was at Burt with Mr. and Mrs. George Becker. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bradley spent Tuesday and Wednesday at Minneapolis and Mr. Bradley attended a General Motors sales school. 'They brought home with them the daughters, Mary Ann and Therese, who attend St. Catherine college at St. Paul to spend their between semester vacation. • Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Scxe and Linda, Roswell N New Mex. returned home Tuesday, having,come. to. attend funeral services for Robert Scott. They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wallukait. Mrs. Sexe, Mrs. Scott and Mrs. Wallu- kait are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Weydert were also here from Waterloo. Mrs. fieri Priebe and Mrs. Carl Paetz were in Chicago last week visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Theodore De Bower. While there Mrs. De Bower died and services were held Tuesday. Mrs. Priebe and Mrs. Paetz also visited Mr. and Mrs. David Earth and Mrs. Paetz met her great-granddaughter for the first time. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Bullock have had as guests Mr. and Mrs. George Grubb, Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Grubb, Faribault, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Worley, Grandview, Tex. They had come because of the sickness of Jess Grubb, brother of George and father of Mrs. Worley and Donald Grubb. Mrs. Bullock is also a daughter. Mr. Grubb has been dismissed from St. Ann and is getting along nicely. tails today. . ' "'. February 8, Thursday — Henry Schroeder, %• mile north, : 1 mile west, 5 /4 mile north of Lone Rock, farm machinery and buildings. Quinn & Berkland, Lone Rock bank. February 12, Monday — John Munch, south edge of Pentofi, 32 head of Holstein cows and Heif- ers, dairy equipment. Quinn & Berkland, Lone Rock Bank. February 14, Wednesday — Joe Bauer, I east and 3-tt south of Swea Cily. Complete closing out. Quinn & Clark, auctioneers, Farmers & Traders Savings Bank, Bancroft, clerk. February 14, Wednesday — Bert S. ficerdes & Son, Lakota, bred gilt sale. Details in today's paper. Dave Lynchs Wed 25 Years Sencch — Mr and Mrs Everett Witham and Mr and Mrs Elmer Witham were among a group of friends who gathered at the Dave Lynch home, Friday evening In honor of their 25th wedding anniversary. Others present included Mr.and Mrs Chris Gelhaus of Ledyard, Mr and Mrs Wm Orthel and Linda Kranz of Titonka, Mr and Mrs Roy Hoppus, Mrs Floy Marlow and Mr and Mrs Robert Marlow, Mrs Janice Lynch, Mr and Mrs Richard Fox, Mr and Mrs Gifford of Lone Rock, and Mr Fay and Ed Gilbertson of Burt. 500 was played at six tables after which the self invited guests served the refreshments which they had brought. Mr and Mrs Lynch were married on January 14, 1937. Trinity Church Officers Named The following officers and committees were elected and Installed recently at Trinity Lutheran church: Gerhardt Wittkopf, chairman; Martin Huber, vice chairman; Wilbert Ruhnke, elder; Edgar Meyer, secretary; Clair Blossom, treasurer. ' Financial secretary, the assistant and finance committee member are Lewis Fraser; Edwin Wittkopf, Mitch Taylor, respectively. James Will, trustee; Charles Benson and Edward Hackbarth, auditing committee; nominating committee member-at-large, Joe Dlvis. Member of the education committee, Carroll Willrett. Sunday School of fleers are: Ranney Leek, superintendent; John Tuesday, January 30, 1962 Algono (la.) Upper Des MoInM-3 Groen, assistant; secretary, Mrs. Ranney Leek; treasurer, Mrs G. J. C. Gerike; Nursey Roll secretary; Mrs Howard Lowman; birthday secretary, Mrs Wm. F. Dan. Captain and co-captain of the usher staff, Ronald Kochleau and Kenneth Meyer. St. Joe Trojans The regular meeting of the St. Joe Trojans was held Jan. 24, called to order by Kenneth Borman, president. Howard Kohlhaas gave a talk oh his project. The club worked on its 4-H Livestock Budget Estimate sheet. It was also guest nite for the Dads. The mothers were also invited and a pot luck supper was served at the home of Richard McGuire. Plan A Talent Show, March 27, in Sentral Gym Fonlon — A community Talent Show is to be sponsored by the Sentrnl Hand Mothers, the evening of March 27, In the Sentral gym. The affair was decided upon nt a meeting last Wednesday, of the Band Mothers officers and the Ways and Means committee. Complete details will be announced later. INVINCIBLE METAL FURNITURE franchised dealer — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. FARM SALE CALENDAR Algona Upper Des MoineS January 31, Wednesday — Bob Schulz, complete closing out sale on farm located 4 miles east on blacktop and 1% south of Corwith, beginning at 12:30 sharp. Full line of power equipment, etc. Leek & West, auctioneers, Corwith State Bank, clerk. Complete details in UDM last week. February 1, Thursday — Mrs. Carroll Adams sale, 4 miles west of Bode, and % south. Ewes, farm equipment, etc. Andersen & Kleve, auctioneers; First National, Hum boldt, clerk. Details today. February 2, Friday — Wayne H. Crim sale, 5 east of Estherville on Hy. 9, then Vi north. Selling 180 head livestock, tractors, other power machinery in big listing to be found elsewhere in today's Upper Des Moines. Clark, Wedel & Clark, auctioneers; lov/a Trust & Savings, Estherville, clerk. Feb. 3, Saturday — Ralph Morgan closing out sale, from 169-18 Intersection go two west and 2V4 south. Yungeberg & Quinn, auctioneers, Iowa State Bank, clerk. Sale details in full in today's paper. February 5 .Monday — Harold Dreyer, 1 mile east, Vi mile south of Fenton. 42 head of Holstein cat- lie. Dairy equipment. Quinn & Berkland, Fenton bank. Sale de- , FROM THE FINEST SELECTION OF OK USED CARS IN THIS ENTIRE AREA. WE'VE GOT EVERYTHING YOU MIGHT WANT - FROM LATE MODEL CREAM PUFFS THAT HAVE BEEN BABIED BY FORMER OWNERS, TO OLDER MODELS THAT HAVE LOTS OF MILES LEFT. STOP IN AND LOOK THEM OVER I 1959 CHEVROLET BISCAYNE 2-DOOR, V-8, STRAIGHT STICK, RADIO, HEATER, TOURQUOISE WITH GRAY INTERIOR. , $1350 1959 CHEVROLET BEL AIR 4-DOOR SEDAN, V-8, POWER- GLIDE, RADIO, HEATER, WIHTEWALL TIRES, MUD AND SNOW ON REAR, TOURQUOISE AND WHITE $1425 1959 CHEVROLET BEL AIR 4-DOOR SEDAN, 6 CYLINDER, AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION, HEATER, LOW MILEAGE, GREEN $1395 1960 VALIANT 4-DOOR SEDAN, MODEL 200, C CYLINDER, STRAIGHT STICK, WIHTEYVALL TIRES, MUD AND SNOW ON REAR, LESS THAN 12,000 MILES, RADIO, HEATER, GREEN, ONLY $1475 1959 FORD FAIRLANE 500 2-DOOR VICTORIA, V-8, AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION, POWER STEERING AND BRAKES, NO- SLIP REAR AXLE, WHITEWALL TIRES, MUD AND SNOW ON REAR, BLACK $1395 1958 PONTIAC CHIEFTAN 4-DOOR, V-8, AUTOMATIC TRANS•MISSION. GREEN AND WHITE, EXTRA CLEAN $1095 1957 FORD CUSTOM 300 4-DOOR SEDAN, V-8, AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION, RADIO, HEATER, BLUE AND WHITE .. $ 650 1955 MERCURY CUSTOM 4-DOOR 9-PASSENOER 8 CYLINDER STATION WAGON, AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION, MUD AND SNOW TIRES ON REAR. GRAY AND RED EXTERIOR, RED AND WHITE INTERIOR, LIKE NEW $ 4'J5 1957 CHEVROLET 210 4-DQOR SEDAN, V-8, AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION, RADIO, HEATER, NEW GREEN AND WHITE PAINT $850 1956 FORD FAIRLANE 2-DOOR, 8 CYLINDER, RADIO, HEATER, BLACK AND WHITE $495 1955 FORD FAIRLANE 4-DOOR, V-8, AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION, EXTRA GOOD, WHITE $450 1955 NASH 4-DOOR $325 1954 CHEVROLET BEL AIR 4-DOOR, 6 CYLINDER, POWERGLIDE, RADIO, HEATER POWER STEERING AND BRAKES TOURQUOISE AND WHITE $375 ALL CARS WITH 1962 LICENSES MOTOR PHONE CY 4-3554 SOUTHWEST O F COURTHOUSE ALGONA, IOWA

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