The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 30, 1962 · Page 10
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4-A!fldHar (Itt.) Upper D« M61HS* $0, 1961 Leaky Water Main Repaired At Off osen "(Htoscn — Ottbsen has had Wa- t<?,r trouble again this winter, the same as last winter, since Satur dav -,= • • - ,'Mifce Coyle, water commissibn er, reports _ the pump was pflnfp- ing every 'four minutes which m much oftener than normal. Thn Ideation of the' 16ak was disc&ver- ed Wednesday night by si school bfts drivf r when he Kit a 1 soft, sp'frt on the blrick top str&t. a block south 6f the C6mmdf.cial Club 1 building. Water then began Jo flow on the stre'et. A baWicade vWi? put up ahd digging b>gan {he riexf day and the leaky wafer main' re- pSired. The hole Was filled up Friday. ?Th'e men who worked oh the project were thankful for a few days of mild weather at this Hunlii Club Met •The Ladies Rural Club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Eugene Hofius. "For the lesson the ladies told about ahd exhibited their hobbies. Mrs. Mike Coyle displayed a quilt top and pot holders she had made; Mrs. Roy Telford had aprons; Mrs. Edward Zirinel had family pictures!; Mrs. Essie Cooper had plaques made pf tin cans; Mrs. Caroline Telford had crocheting; Mrs, Earl Long had containers made of wooden sticks; Mrs. Annie Leist had dolls; Mre. Joseph Leitl's hobby was making jams and jellies and Mrs. Kermit Fowler's hobby was reading. Mrs. Roy Telford gave a lesson oh beavers. Mrs. Fowler had the recreation. Guests were Mrs. Merle Holt, Mrs. Jesse Van Buskirk and Mrs. Raymond Wehr- spann. •Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer entertained the anniversary group at a 1 500 party Thursday evening. Mrs. Oliver Kinseth and Mike Coyle had high scores and Roy 1'eitord hand Mrs. Herman Pooch had low scores. Couples prize went to Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth. Father And Son Banquet Held, Titonka Church Titonka — The annual father and son; b'ancidet was held a! tnS Ti- t6nka Methodfet church Wednesday evening, Jan. 24, at 6:30 p.m. The theme "Winter .Wonderland- Eskimo Paradise" was used. A meal of beef steak and all the trimmings was enjoyed by all present,' after" 'Which life following program was p"?esented: Welcbrfte 6^ fed Htfoyer, Jr., president of^MetHo'dist Mf6ri, group singing, Barton* Hanse'n 1 spoke us #_ iiJi_ L _ -£j . +t —iii- i &*!—• JitL Two Algotians Hurt In to soft firttcfe Kiteing'er an., _____ & response .from sons. TdMm'aster, M. 0\ Givens intro- fatHer s'vftfered duced dal. , speaker, Dr. Morris Kil- Burl Elevator Silver Dollar Day Is Held • Burt — The 9th annual Silver Dollar Day at the Burt Coop Elevator and Lumber Co. was, ar- ctording to J. L. Miller, mgr., "Our capacity day.". • Over 550 people passed through the offices during the day, stopping long enough to consume 35 gallons of coffee, 75 dozen donuts, 20 Ibs. pop corn, and several gallons salted peanuts. During the day about 425 silver dollars were given away on cash purchases. On hand to assist were representatives of various grain, feed and lumber supply companies. Dean Ricke won the corn guessing contest. Winners of door prizes were Ornie Behrends, Wilbur Boekholt, Walter Mescher, Dennis Shipler, Mrs. K. J. Smith, Godfrey Geilenfeld, Roscoe Mawdslcy Jr., Harold Becker, Mrs. Rudy SaatofC, Walter Goche, J. N. Schroeder, F. L. Pratt, Al Gilbertson, Marlene Woltz, Mrs. Dale Dundas, Bert Johnson, Herman Neitzel, Roscoe Mawdsley, Sr., Mrs. E. A. Junkermeier, Clayton Schrader, Mrs. Ruth Peterson, Mrs. Fred Hayes and Henry Bahling. Wins Birthday Cake At Party Algona Townscnd Club had a card party, Jan. 23, at the Chester Willey home, with the A. M. Andersons assisting. This was a money raising project in the memory of the late Dr. Francis Townsend's birthday. Mrs. Willey made a huge birth- cjay cake which was awarded to Mrs. W. R. Carney for holding the lucky number. Mrs. A. M. Anderson received (he chair prize and Mrs. Carney the travel. Mrs. Russell Cole received low and Wm. Muckey high. Mr. Carney won the door prize. The next regular meeting will be oft Feb. 13th. Place to be announced later. This will be the Valentine party. Consigned To Sale • 'foreby Farms, Burt, has two performance—tested Angus bulls consigned to the Iowa Beef Bull •Jesting Stafio/J sale at Ames, Feb. ft The T. |J. tagerstroms, owners, f members of the Performance International and Iowa Improvement P.tvA. Meeting, Tffe Titonka P/fVA\ met,at. the School gym Monctay evening. , Two plans' were .prese'rited; by the English department, namely 'The' Cafee SWip"', afa'd "Biiddy Answers an Ad". A short perioid of tirrie wa's stent after the .program, during which mrents visited rbtims; ari'd cotifer- red with the tea'cheri, as wfell as discussed \v6rk a'ccomplished so far. by sWderits. .,Refreshriierits ftere served by the January committee. Mrs. Jay M, jCU'rtis of .Sefma, Alabama, died Jan. 16. Fiinferal services were held Jan. W. Mrs. Curtis is an aunt of Mrs. Arthur BOykeri and liv/ed in her Hohie, acting as mother fbr .the family, since • the mother passed a^yay wn'eii Mrs. Boyken was an infant. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Jansen spent the day Friday with his sister, Gertie Jensen in Titonka. Walt Haack was at Marshalltown Monday attending a Lennox school, for bringing himself up to date on installing heating systems. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mechler left by train from Perry for Hayward, California. They will visit their on, Wayne and family, and plan to spend the remainder of the,winter there. The Yourig Adult Club of the Tilorika Methodist church .met Sunday evening. Mrs. Dan Oberhaltzer led devotions and Art Chrissinger and Malcolm McDonald had charge of the lesson. Mr. arid Mrs. Leonard Callies were at Hancock County hospital, Britty. Saturday, where Leonard had his 1 ' periodic check-up. The Titonka Woman's. Club met the evening of Jan. 25 at the home of Mrs. Rae Krantz. Mrs. Fern Kitzinger was leader and the, lesson was Latin American Music and Festivals. Two Algonans, ftuth W, ian, 56, and Sharon E. Cowan, 19, suffered minor injuries in a iwo- car crash here Jan. 19. Autos driver! by the two collided at the intersection of State £tnd Roan streets and Mrs. Guderian suffered an arm injury and Mrs. Cowan a bump on the head. Mrs. Cowan was charged with failing to yield the right-of-way by Policema'n Rich Groeh who investigated the mishap at 4:48 p.m. Damage to the Guderian auto wasi estimated at $300, while damage to the other vehicle was $250. The injured were not hospitalized. Two mishaps occurred within two minutes of each other here Jan. 20. The first was at 1:15 p.m. An auto driven by Dorothea J. Moul- tori, 39, Algona, collided with a pickup truck driven by Rodger L. Hoover, 31, Algeria, at the inter section of College and Moore streets. Damage to the auto wa? estimated at $400, while damage to the pickup was estimated at $100 by Police Chief Al Boekelman, who investigated. At 1:17 p.m., autos driven by Mavis E. Anderssn, 49, and Norman A, Gade, 30, both of Algona, collided at the intersection of Call and Ridgely streets. Total damage to the vehicles was $275, according to Boekelman who investigated. Slippery streets were blamed for the crashes. Deputy Sheriff Don W.ood investigated a crash at Titonka at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 18; Auto}? driven by W. J. Stewart, 57, Burt, and Herbert M. Harms, 25, Titonka, collided, resulting in total damage estimated at $275 to the vehicles. There were no charges filed. Coffee beans are not beans, but berries. They were first used as a food when discovered in Africa during the Middle Ages. Last year the coffee and tea industries told Americans about their beverages with $7 million worth of newspaper advertising. Many In Area Attend Felco Convention A large delegation of managers, officers and employees of this area were in attendance at the 36th annual meeting of the Farmers Elevator Service Co. at Des Moines, last week. , Among those attending' were the following: . From the Fenton Co-Op Elevator, Curtis Lura, manager, Harold Eimers, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jentz, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Osborn, Mr. and Mrs, Paul Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Baago, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Bierstedt; from the Lone Rock Co-Op Exchange, L. W. Geitzenauer, and Andrew Thomsen; from the Wesley Co-Op, Herman Bode. IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT Algona. Complete Closing Out FARM SALE AUCTION As I am discontinuing farming, I will sell the following at the farm located 2 miles south of Ottosen on County Y Road, 1 mile cast and % mile south; 4 miles west of liode and - 1 /! south; or Hi: miles east of Hradgatc on Co. T Road, 3 miles north on Co. Y Road, 1 cast and ',4 north on — THURSDAY, FEB. 1, 1962 RON RUITER LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS SALE STARTS AT 12:30 P.M. 70 HEAD OF BRED EWES — to lamb latter part of February. Bred to a Hampshire and Suffolk Buck. HAY AND STRAW — 3,000 bales Alfalfa Hay and 650 bales Straw. 1959 Model 460 Int. Diesel Tractor with fast hitch, i,55i> n\wrs; Int. Model M Tractor; Model C. Int. Tractor and cultivator; 1960 Int. 450 Corn Planter with fert. and new Gaudy insecticide applicator. FARM EQUIPMENT — 1961 model 463, 4 row, rear mounted cultivator, like new; Modcl_3ll_Int._mpuntpd pUjw for fast hitph; Inti Model GrcirmbinTwTBrPTO'rii^ 50T baler with morion Caswell loader with snowbucket; j.6. 4-row • ' j ' Uolary hoe; 953 J.D. trailer with hydraulid hoist; 2 Anthony trailers with hoists and Anthony barge boxes; C'obey P'fo spreader; AC tractor side rake; Farmers Friend, 2 wheel elevator; Int. %. ton pickup; Continental stalk shredder, like new; 4 section harrow; 4 section snring'fobth; 2 wheel flat bed implement trailer with 8x11 bed; 8 row, trailer type sprayer with down drops; Int. 7 ft. tractor mower; Gaternfan windrow attachment; 16 ft., 6 in. grain auger with trucks and 1 h.p. electric motor; mounted endgute seeder; 300-gal. diesel fuel barrel and stand; 250 bu. walk-in hog feeder; brooder house; forks, shovels, tools and many other misc. items. TERMS: CASH — No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents. MRS. CARROLL ADAMS OTTOSEN, IOWA Andersen & Kleve, Auct. first National Bank, Clerk Met At Thflges CresC6 Cfiflniis mit at ffie Mae Thilges home with 15 mefri bers answering roll call. A safety card check ,Was held, fllusfraterf talks were given by Linda Meehf- hause and Marilyn Roethler. Lucille Gade gave a dehiohsiratfoii and Verdean Shaw explained the picture "Young .Corn." The club exchanged Christmas gifts due to a cancelled Christmas party. Guests 'were Mrs, Teeter, Mrs. Meehlhause, Mrs. Zaftgg, Mrs. Thilges, Theresa Thilges, and Jeanette Ann Thilges.' 40 Singers To Be On Feb. 17 Kdrbershoppers Plans for the third annual "Parade" of the Kossuth County Bar- bershopperS chorus are completed. The group of some 40 male voices has been practicing at the Algona Isaac Walton League Hall each Wednesday evenih'g. Aside from working on hew 6fioHls numbers, several promising quartets have developed. Two of the midwest's outstanding feature quartets have been Scheduled. The Gay SD's of Montevideo, Minn, have sunj( at hundreds of programs 6f various types and are specialists, in humor and harmony. While they ate nof a contest quartet it te said that "they have never lost a Show". ( The Hut Four of Minneapolis have won various contests in competition in the Land-0-Lakes dis- jrict of SPEBSQSA as well as gaining high rank in international competition; and they also specialize in novelty entertainment along with plenty of harmony. _, The Kossuth Barbershoppers represent many walks of life and pome from a radius of 30 miles torn Algona; and they welcome into their group any man who en- |oys singing for fun withbut any "requirement for special talent. . The forthcoming Parade will be Saturday evening,- February 17, 1962 at the Algona High School Auditor; fro Sall&ftenW __ it* * fi&jtf imv£ Uie local Orga 100,000 B«, dM OK Bid H, 1 fi U- ML ..... fete^tf ?f?A'f lOO.oW BuSH6K tt ~—. { — r stored 6'6rW 1$ MM 6/&fe°a sale' 6ft ffig mffi 6f sMetf * petiffve bidi ;, ' Al'l birfs f6f, {/ie frttffcfe^e 6f M$ corn* must be recelv&f ift M Couftty ASCS 6ttfce 6iri 6r' 6efof6 3 p.m. Jan. 31 for lots 1 through 16 and on or before 3 p.ni. Feb. 7 'or lots 17 thfough 33, Prospective >idders may make arrangements with the County ASCS Office to examine the grain being offered ! or sale. ...'.' All firms or individuals who are nterested in bidding on the sale SETTING UP AN OFFICE at Us f=6r RIGHT PRICES on DESKS, CHAIRS, FILES, SAFES BUSINGS MACHINES UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO, ALGONA COMPLETE CLOSING OUT SALE AS.I HAVE DECIDED TO QUIT FARMING, I WILL HOLD A PUBLIC AUCTION ON THE.FARM LOCATED 2 MILES WEST AND 3 MILES SOUTH OF THE JUNCTION OF HIGHWAYS 18 AND 169 AT ALGONA; OR 2 MILES SOUTH OF HOBAR'TON, ON FEB. 3 SALE BEGINS AT 1 O'CLOCK SALE BEGINS AT 1 O'CLOCK TRACTORS ALL IN A-l SHAPE, RECENTLY OVERHAULED SE, 1951, L.S., GOOD RUBBER, WHEEL WEIGHTS, '46, L.S., WHEEL WEIGHTS, FAIR RUBBER/CHAINS MACHINERY STANHOIST LOADER FOR SC CASE, MANURE AND SNOW BUCKETS A-6 CASE COMBINE WITH MOTOR, A-l SHAPE 1956 NEW HOLLAND 77 BALER WITH MOTOR A-l CASE 1953 2-ROW PICKER, A-l CASE 1952 9 FT. WiNDROWER CASE 1958 4-ROW ROTARY HOE MM 4-SECTION SPRINGTOOTH CASE 1955 2-WHEEL TRACTOR SPREADER CASE 3-14" PLOW ON RUBBER, THROW-AWAY LAYS 1HC 4-ROW ON STEEL WITH WIRE, A-l CASE SIDE RAKE CASE 7-FT. TRACTOR MOWER 2 - WOOD FLARE BOXES 1 - STEEL RUNNING GEAR WITH WOOD FLARE BOX POTATO PLOW PLATFORM SCALES HARVEY HAMMERMILL AND RUBBER BELT 400 GAL. STEEL WATER TANK OVERHEAD HflilST AIR COMPRESSOR 4-ROW CULTIVATOR FOR DC 2-ROW CULTIVATOR FOR SC CORN STALK RAKE J. D. 40 FT. ELEVATOR ON RUBBER STANHOIST PLATFORM, DRIVE-ON HOIST, HYD. CASE 15-FT. LAND ROLLER J. D. 15 FT. DISC 6-SECTION NOBLE DRAG AMD EVENER ETEE FLOW FERTILIZER" SWEA^R WITH GRASS S'EED ATTACHMENT COMFORT SPRAYER, MOUNTS ON TRACTOR J. D. 1956 END GATE SEEDER 3 - CASE RUBBER TIRE RUNNING GEARS 2-8x14 BALE RACKS 1 - WOOD WHEEL RUNNING GEAR 300 GAL, GAS BARREL, HOSE STONE BOAT FORGE WITH MOTOR AND COAL IHC CREAM SEPARATOR OTHER ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION HEREFORD CALVES 14 HFR. CALVES, C.B.V., DEHORNED, 550-600 LBS< 9 STEER CALVES, DEHORNED, 550-600 IBS. FROM REGISTERED HERDS, BRED FROM REGISTERED BULL. BUILDJNGS - NORTON WALK-IN FEEDER, 14 FT.; 12 x 14 FT. BROODER HOUSE; 2 - CATTLE FEED BUNKS. HAY - STRAW 2500 BALES STRAW, IN BARN, NO* RAIN 2000 BALES HAY, ALFALFA, BROME AND ORCHARD GRASS, IN BARN, NO RAIN AUCTIONEER'S NOTE - All machinery is in the very test pf condition, has all been sMded wfien not In «se. if you vJtinf equipment, be here February 3. TERMS: CASH, NO PROPERTY REMOVED UNTIL SETTLED FOR. YUNGEBERG & QUINN, Au'CflQNEERS IQWA ITATi BANK,

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