The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 6, 1962 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 6, 1962
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Ila Bilsborough is a patient at University hospitals at Iowa City. Mrs Xenore Hiltz is hostess to her sewing club this afternoon (Tuesday). • . • —o~- •• • Mr and Mrs Nobcrt Blerstedt are the parents of a daughter born Sunday at St. Ann hospital. Mr and Mrs Walter Klamp had as their guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Albert Persons of Dakota City. St. Ann Hospital Auxiliary is having its monthly meeting this afternoon (Tuesday) at the hospital. Mr and Mrs E. J. Hough were visited last week by his daughter, Frances, of New York City. They took her to Des Moines Saturday to take a plane. Miss Hough is employed as a copy writer for Bloomingdale store. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pratt left over the weekend for a vacation' in Florida and Othei* southern points. • ' Rev. Newton Cougbenour spent several days last week attending a pastor's school at Simpson College, Indianola. Mr and Mrs Harlcy Troutman, Jr. are parents' of .a son borji Sunday at St. Ann hospital. They also have two daughters. Tom Cogdill is attending a highway patrolman's school at Iowa City. Mrs. Cogdill and the two sons are visiting her parents at Cresco. Luther League of Firth Lutheran church will nave .a business-devotional-recreational meeting Thursday at 5:30. The serving committee is the Harold Sundet and Don Wood families. . ANNUAL MEETING KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEET- ING WILL BE HELD IN THE ASSEMBLY ROOM AT THE COURT HOUSE FEB. 14 AT 10 A. M. PUBLIC SALE As I have moved to Lone Rock, I will sell all my personal property to the highest and best bidders at the farm located: One-half mile north, 1 mile west and Vi mile north of Lone Rock; or ',4 mile north, 4 miles cast and Vi mile north of Fenton, on Thursday, Feb. 8th Sale to Start at 12:30 o'clock Murphy's lunch wagon on 'grounds FARM MACHINERY 195-1 WD-15 Allis Chalmers tractor, power steering, love power, 2-ay hydraulic; 1954 4-row Allis Chalmers Cultivator; VVC Allis Chalmers tractor; VVC Allis Chalmers tractor with 36-in. tires; VVD 2-row Allis Chalmers cultivator; 11)53 Afl Case combine wHh motor, pickup, straw spreader and wagon hitch, in perfect shape; 1942 MM 2-row pull-type corn picker, in good condition, always been under roof; 1953 John Deere 4-row 490 Corn planter, on rubber, rubber press wheels, disc openers, hydraulic lift, dry fertilizer attachment with John Deere insecticide attachment; IHC 10-ft. Tandem wheel disc; Melrow 25-ft. Harrow with spring leeth. 4-row \Vind-powr rotary hoe; New Idea Horn Manure Loader, with snow buckets, mounts WD; No. 12 New Idea 2-wheel tractor Spreader; 50-ft. John Deere Wide-Type Grain Elevator; Farmers Friend Speed Jack. 1955 IHC 12-ft. Grain Drill, 6-ln. spacing, double disc openers, grass attachments, on rubber, like new, always been under roof; IHC 7-ft. tractor power mower, in good shape; IHC 4-bar side delivery rake, on rubber; IHC 3-bar side delivery on steel; IHC 8-ft. windrower in perfect condition; 2 IHC 3-bottom 14-in. Plows with Plow Chief Bottoms and one has hydraulic lift.; IHC 2-bottom 14-in. Plow with Slat Bottoms; Continental 2-wheel 8-row weed sprayer with 265 gal. steel .tank; 10-ft, JHC spring tooth; Clipper Fanning Mill; Olsoo Corn Stalk Rake; IHC Endgate Seeder; 4-whecl Farm Trailer with good tires, with steel flare box; New Idea Trailer with wood flare box; Straight Grain Box; 2-wheel 8 x 14 ft. Machinery trailer with tiltdown steel frame on good tires; New Idea Trailer with flat rack; Flat Rack; Supreme Tank Heater; IHC J-hole Corn Sheller with motor; Lifting Jack; 3 x 8 ft. Steel Water Tank with 2 hog waterers; 3 x 8 ft. Hauling tank; Set of Yeiter Colters; Black and Decker Skil-Saw with case; 18-ft. IHC Disc; Egg Washer and Egg Pails; Laundry Stove, Superfex Oil Burner, like new; Wood anil Coal Heating Stove, in good condition; 300 gal. gas tank; Gehl W-lri. Hammerraill - PTO - 10-ft. Auger. BUILDING: 12 x 16 Brooder Housp, in good condition. 9 x 14 Shelter House; »'wo 16-H. Feed Bunks; 16-ft. Hay Bunk; Norton W«lMn Hog Feeder; Walk-in Hog Feeder, 5 Ms ton capacity. Few Small Buildings. About 1200 bales of first, second and third cutting Alfalfa, Brome and Orchard Grass, all under roof. TERMS: CASH or make arrangements with your banker before the sale. Wo property to be removed from the premises until settled for. Not reepflnsible fojr secidewts should any occur. HENRY SCHROEDER **<*' Clerk Pat Cowan, slacient at £tatc Col* lege of Iowa, Cedar falls, spent the Weekend here with her parents, Mr and Mrs Ken Cowaft. Mrs Myron Brower has been ele.c- 'tefd Mother-of-the-Month lor' Feb- rtifcry by .the tnemhers of the Presbyterian Wednesday Nite Youth Club. Larry Klein, student at State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls spent his semester break vacation here .With his parents, Mr and Mrs Du- Wayhe Klein. A Youth Fellowship party was held Saturday evening at the Regular Baptist church. Rev. and Mrs Ralph Colas were hosts and Clair Hovey gave devotions. Mr and Mrs D. P. Smith arrived home Wednesday evening from a trip to Arizona and California. They had been gone since the latter part of November. Janice Robinson, .daughter .of Mr and Mrs Bud Robinson, was .dismissed Sunday from St. Ann hospital after being a medical patient there for several days. Viv Parsons has been appointed Chairman of the commission on stewardship and finance at the Methodist church to fill the unex- pired term of the late Joe Tschetter. Mr and Mrs Becchcr Lane had as their guests over the weekend their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and 'Mrs Fred Weisbusch and two daughters of White Bear Lake, Minnesota. Mrs Everett Bar.r, Mrs Clayton Pittman, Mrs Richard Burt, Mrs John Hopkins, Mrs Rex Voyles, Mrs Mitch Taylor, Mrs Rex Taylor and Mrs Wes Hardy were hostesses at a breakfast and bridge party this morning (Tuesday) at Van's Cafe. Bel Canto music club will meet Wednesday, Feb. 14, at the home of Mrs Glen Graham. Co-hostess will be Mrs Wesley Bartlett. The program, Musical Valentines, will be by Mrs Robert McCullough, Mrs Larry Learieagh and Mrs M. G. Bourne. Chorus practice will follow. —o— Plum Creek Woman's Club will meet Wednesday, Feb. 14, in the community room. Mrs Lela Gardner will have the opening number and Mrs Glenn Gabrielson and Mrs Vinnie Laymon are hostesses. Guest speaker will be Carolyn Plott, exchange student' to < Germany* last summer. 'Each- iriehiber is asked to bring a guest. —o— Jack Vipond spent from Thursday until Tuesday here with his parents, Mr and Mrs Jim Vipond, who now have a trailer at Hillcrest Court after selling their farm. Also spending the between semester interval .at the State University of Iowa here with their respective parents were Linda Tague and Bill Sigsbee. Methodist Men will have their annual father and son banquet Tuesday evening, Feb. 13, at 6:30. Boy Scouts of the church will also be honored. The program will include films taken by Wes Bartlett of the boys on various scouting expeditions. Tickets are on sale by Dean Taylor, Ron Mock, Milton Norton, Gene Brandow, Cliff Skog- strom and at the church office. Catholic Daughters of America will have a dinner meeting Thursday, Feb. 8, at 7 p.m. in the Academy had Mrs Cameila Degen and Mrs Phyllis Wildin are in charge of the program, which will include a talk by Carolyn Plott, exchange student to Germany last summer. Chairladies are Sharon Lemkee and Karen Hammer and the committee, Janice Altman, Mary Barry. Mary Boswell, Rosalie Cink, JoAnn Elbert, Rita Frankl, Nina Gisch, Leona Henry, Joanna Johnson, Maude Kohlhaas, Mary T. Bestenlehner, Pearl Molacek, Dora Hagg, Rose Stebritz, Matilda Ristau, Collette Schneider, Fern Stanton and Henrietta Tripp. - ••* sfj; j LONE ROCK By Mrs Darryl HoU«ehold<i|i Irvington Marguerite M, Hayes Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schmidt re^ turned Sunday after spending 'sev* eral weeks visiting .friends fiiW relatives in California and ArJfc They spent .Christmas in Los An' geles with their daughter LeEltla. The Schmidts and daughter. tie- Elna spent New Years holidays in Las Vegas with the Elmer Pe* tersons and also in the John ,Newbrough home in Phoenix, Ariz. On the way home they visited with the Dennis Schmidts at Austin, Texas and with the Jerry Simms at Wichita Falls, Tex. They visited with Jack Marlow in Lincoln, Neb. ,Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson arid Janet of Cowrie, Mr. arid Mrs. Paul Mabee and Mark and Marty of Story City, visited in the Charles Morris home to celebrate the birthdays of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris and Mr. Johnson and'Mrs. Mabee. Mrs. Mary Genrich held a birthday party in her home on Thursday in honor of Mrs. Jim Long. Those present were Mrs. Maude Blanchard, Mrs. Rose Kraft, Mrs. Ruth Krueger, Mrs. Jack Quinn, Mrs. Frank Flaig, and Mrs. Jim- Long. 6 Get Straight "A" Marks At i LuVerne High LuVerne — Honor roll with A average at the LuVerne Community school were seniors Bob Bris-' tow and Sally Prior. Juniors Bernard Schade, Dale Kubly and George Hanselman; freshman Su# anne Dudley. B honor roll; seniors, Dean Gjerstad, Doris Byson, Gerald Heinan,, Kathy Nerem, Le Ota Ann Voss, Linda Clark, Linda Kubly, Marcia Stripling, Sonja Guess; juniors, Mary Darby, Sandra Walline, Sheri Ramus, Richard Wolf; soph-; mores: Bonnie Ramaker, Carol Ristau, Dean Trauger, Donald Frost, Laurie Hanselman, Mary. Daley, Jane Raber, Julie , Faul-, stick, Sharon Heinkel; freshmerij David Naffziger, John Wickett,; Clara Schnakenberg, Daryl Jagels,* Kris Hanselman, Linda Nelson,* Patti Ecpelding.: Ladies Aid Met La'dies Aid Society met Thursday in the Zion Ev. Lutheran church rooms with Mrs. John Schnakenberg presiding. Mrs. Allen Darby presented the lesson, Walter Ruger, chairman presented the PTR program. This publicity was given relative to meetings to be held evenings of Feb. 19-22. A light lunch will be served by the society before the services. A new constitution was read.i adopted and approved. An auction followed with Mr. Ruger as auctioneer and $30.25 was realized. Mrs. Gerald Awe was hostess, serving refreshments. Sunday evening guests in the William Goetsch home were Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Lahnus of Rolfc. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Darby attended a party at Ventura Saturday evening honoring the wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Andie Nielsen. A group of ladies went to help Mrs. Hattie Baker celebrate her 76th birthday Tuesday. Cards were played. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nelson and family were Monday supper guests of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Melvin Dutton at Burt. Sunday evening guests in the Raymond Nelson home Were neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Weber, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Web* er, Charles Weber. The occasioti was the wedding anniversary of the Alvin Webers. Weekend guests of Mr .and Mrs. William Goetsch were Jon Putman of Sioux City and Don Nielsen of Bode. Sonja Goetsch returned to Morningside College with Mr. Putman. , Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Weber left Tuesday for a trip to California to visit relatlives and friends. They expect to be away for a month. Guy Giddings and Jack Guy went Thursday to Lubback, Texas to get the former's mother Mrs. Lizzie Giddings, who has been with her daughter there since late summer. They returned Saturday, taking her to University hospital at Minneapolis, to visit her brother, Herman Ward, critically ill there. The trip was made in the airplane of Jack Guy. Mrs. Giddings' home is in Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Burns of Pocahontas announce the engagement of their daughter, La Rue of Fort Dodge, to Vernon Hanselman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hanselman of LuVerne. No wedding dale has been set. Miss Burns, a graduate of Pocahontas high school, is employed at Fort Dodge. Mr. Hanselman graduated from LuVerne high school and is engaged in farming. Mrs. Martha Schneider was hostess to her 500 Club Tuesday. Guest players were Mrs. Mathilda Stoddard and Mrs. Amelia Hansel- -\ man. High, Mrs. Stoddard, low, Mrs. Anna Hanselman. The Biddies and Kiddies card club were Tuesday guests of Mrs. Robert Nielsen. At play, high and nine bid, Mrs. Leslie Calkins, low. Mrs. George Studer and travel Mrs. Earl John. Mr. and Mrs. Earle Hanselman, Mr, and Mrs. Bert Ramus, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lindebak were in Des Moines Sunday to attend the graduation of Mrs. James Mallory, who received her bachelor of science degree with a class of 160 from Drake University. Mrs. Mallory teaches seventh grade in the LuVerne Community school. Weekend guests in the Allen Blake home were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Langbehn of Green Mountain. Frank Moeding can receive mail at General hospital, . 5th floor, room C-51, Iowa City, where he is a patient. ..Tuesday evening dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Bockes' Wei*e their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Genrich, Verlaine Johnson and Junior Hardcopf. The occasion was to celebrate the birthday of Stanley Genrich. Wednesday evening guests after the basketball game in the Frank Gronbach home were their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. Dale Bray- Ion and Jeannie and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Skovgard and sons of Sheffield. A son of the Skovgards played with the Sheffield, team with LuVerne. News has been received that Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Brayton of Fort Dodge have by adoption- a son, Scott Andrew, born Jan. 11, 1962. Wesley, former LuVerne boy is the son of Mrs. Arthur Anderson of Clear Lake and the late Roy Brayton. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ramus anJ Billy returned Tuesday from spending the weekend in Des Moines with his parents, the Arthur Ramus family. WSCS met Thursday in the Ev. United Brethren church rooms. Rev. Harold A, Varce of Des Moines was a guest. Emma Krause led the devotional service and Mrs. Henry Marty had lesson study. Hostess for the meeting wad Mrs. Jerry Wolf. Mrs. Anna Nelson was the honored guest on the occasion of her 83rd birthday,Jan. 20, at 6 dinner Sunday in the home of her daughter, the Solomon Krfcss family in Fort Dodge. Other guests were her daughter Mr. and Mrs. John 0. Hanson, LuVerne, the Wayne Hansons of Duncombe and John R. Hansons of Rutland. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Bowman of Algona were surprised and honored at their home Thursday evening to celebrate the Feb. 2 birthday of Dean when relatives and friends from LuVerne came. with, gifts and refreshments for the event. Guests were Mrs: Bowman's father Fred Hinz, sisters Mr.'and Mrs. George Studer, Mr. and Mrs. Earl John, niece, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nielsen, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Genrich, Verlaine Johnson, Junior Hardcopf, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Williams of Algona. Cards were played, high, Earl John, Mrs. Studer, low, Fred Hinz, Mrs. John with Mrs. Studer, nine bid. Wednesday dinner guests of the Thees Schnakenbergs were cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Burseindt and Sandra of Avon, S. Dak. Visiting here Tuesday to Friday .they were guests of the John Schnaken- bergs, Mrs. Henry Schnakenberg at Iryington,;the Herman Koesters at Livermore and the Adolph Koesters, LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Appenzeller and family moved Friday to Cedar Falls where Loren will be enrolled in the teacher's college. They have spent several months here with icr mother, Mrs. Margaret Engel, during the last Illness and death of her father, the late Walter Engel. Tuesday, February 6, 1962 Algona (1ft.) Upp6f Pat Molflo«-5 26 Cars, Trucks Sold Past Week Chevrolet — G. R. or Mary Jane Murphy, Fenton, pickup; E. C. Jorgensen, Swea City; John Preus- chl, Algona; C. M. Sykcs, Swea City; D. A. Looft, Fenton; 0. E. or Lucille Guinn, Armstrong; W. C. Zielske, Lakola; P. J. Gossman, Swea City; Palmer Cassem, Swea City; J. C. Kollasch, Swea City; A. P. Elbcrt, Whittemore; P. J. McGuire, Burt; and C. R. or Leonilia Hamilton, Algona. Rambler — A. J. or Elizabeth Grill, Algona. Ford — American Agric. Chem. Co., Corwith; Geo. Kemper, Titonka; R. J. Johnson, Lakota; Dorothy Rueb, Algona; Sharon Mastin, Elmore; A. V. or Elola Kracht, Armstrong. Buick — L. F. Crawford, Lakota; and S. R. or Grace Slmpsoi Chrysler — E. S. Arend, Algona; and J. J. Capcslus, Bode. Studcbakcr — Edward Blumer, Algona. Herman Plathe returned home Wednesday from Fort Dodge where he had been a medical patient at Mercy hospital for several days. . Mrs. Marie Frankl spent a few days visiting relatives at Waterloo fnd Buckingham last week, returning home on Thursday. air. and Mrs. Walter Carrol of Boone called on friends here Monday. The Carrols were residents here several years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wickwire drove to Cedar Falls, Thursday, to get their daughter Betty, who will .enjoy a week's vacation at home between semesters. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Seiler ,are moving this week into the Elevator liouse here. Mike is employed at Jrvington Co-op Co. The house has recently been modernized and newly painted inside. Gerald Frankl is on sick list 4Ms week, bplag a bout strep throat. HARMONY VARIETY FUN ENTERTAINMENT WILL AGAIN BE YOURS AT THE BIG 3RD ANNUAL KOSSUTH BARBERSHOPPERS PARADE Saturday, February 17 8:15 P.M. AT ALGONA H.S. AUDITORIUM FEATURING HUT FOUR (Lancl-O-Lakes District Champions) GAY 90'S (Clowns Of Harmony) AND SURPRISING LOCAt TAIENT Buy tickets now of locaj Bprbershoppers, or Ot Ry*k Drug and Jewelry or from members of the Algona C of C Salesmen's Bureau (Sponsors) IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT >MOTOR • REPAIRS Large Stock of REPLACEMENT PARTS On Hand Prompt Service At All Times Service Motors Available For Emergency Use PRATT ELECTRIC CO. Phone CY 4-4326 Algona, la IF HER HEART IS NORMAL IT BEATS 72 TIMES A MINUTE ... BUT IT WILL BEAT DOUBLE TIME WHEN YOU GIVE HER A BULOVA DIAMOND DREAM Exquisitely carved indpleeis hold two ihlmmerlng dlimondi, 17 jewels, In yellow or white. SOA9S DIAMOND DREAM The luxury of 4 quality dlamondi and I stylish mesh bracelet. 17 jewels. In yellow or white. ' Luxury 17-Jewel Watches v Set with Genuine Diamonds "They Tell of Your Love All The Time" , Make her diamond dreams come true! WITH THE NEW SEE OUR COMPLETE BULOVA DIAMOND WATCH COLLECTION 6 ttnltnt dttmonrfi— 14 M. toll The gorgeous design of the watch matches the glowing fire of the diamonds. All thi» plus Bulova quality and accuracy ... a truly Irresistible combination you'll cherish for always. Romance knows no barrier.* You don't have to spend a lot — just don't forget to remember. She'll Love It And You If It Comes From WILTGEN JEWELERS 110 E. State Algona — Emmetsburg Ku5ma#o»mo»»3»»»Kcoa»£y^^ FRESH FRESH FRESH FRESH FRESH FRESH W UITUJ& M'C IIIIIYIAPi 9 CHOCOLATES THERE IS no finer gift for Valentine's Day than a beautifully decorated box of fine Whitman candy. We've a wide variety to select from . . . everything from soft centers to the chewy kind. IT'S WHITMAN'S . . . EVERYBODY'S FAVORITE CANDY . . . EXCLUSIVE AT THUENTE'S! I 8 &

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