The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 6, 1962 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 6, 1962
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Gwen Egel Weds -£~ «*tfi(,.6^t ' * " . .* ^^ * isas - , Owehitolynne Ann'Sgel became the bride of (Jajnes Vfince Kydo,w .'hi a ceremony Monday evening, Jan. 29, in First Presbyterian church here. The/'couple's parents ''are Mr. and Mrs. Ernest D. Egel of Algona. and-Mrsf Jane Kildoty of Katraaa City, M.O, ,,,,-, Rev;, Myron Brower officiated at ' 'the candlelight - ceremony. Mrs. Richard Mawdsley was organist and Mrs. Keith Christie, soloist. . The bride was attended by her cousin, Nancy Hudson. Best man was .Philip Egel, brother of the brjdej • and Kenneth Egel and Frank Kern ushered. fhe bride wore a white sheath gown Of'peau de soi with a lace over top. The neckline was high and the full-length sleeves ended hi points at the wrists. Her waist- length veil fell from a crown of lace, sequins and seed pearls. Her flowery were a bouquet of white carnations and stephanotls. Following the ceremony, a reception for 100 guests was held in the church fellowship hall. Mrs. Stanley Egel and Mrs. Charles Deibler poured coffee and Judith Ege.l served ti(e punch. Mrs. Louis Egel i cut the cake and Mrs. Henry Seller a.nd Mrs. Frank Kern were .in charge of the gifts. Mrs. William Rockwood and Mrs. Michael Seller registered the guests. The bride is a graduate of Al< gbiia•'high school and was formerly employed as a colorist at Isaacson Studio here. At present she Is a colorist for Lou, Garcia} photographer, at Kansas, City, The bridegroom is; a graduate of Hickman Hills high school, in Kansas City and attend^ Business, administration college, 'jn, K'ajnsas City* He, is 1Hi«5 insurance under/ rite* ;- s " -The couple will live at Kansas ' Miss Hinckley 'ed Burt — Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley announce the engagement and coming marriage of their daughter, Marilyn, shown here, to Don Thomson, Oakdale. Miss Hinckley is a, graduate of Burt high school and,for; the past 2% years has beien; .employed in the accupational : therapy department at the Oakdale hospital where her fiance is also employed. Feb. 24 has been cnosen as ! . the day for their marriage. (UDM Engraving) ''f ' HONORS Stevert Allen CJarlpck. fa°.k a ^ the second place pr&e&Jn.the' recent .. Hamburg MerchptS Baby Derby and he was, also .born, on the 88th birthday of his grea^ great grandmother, Mrs. Honwf Baker, It wa? ajso the birthday of Dr. Roy Wanamaker, who delivered him.' ATT E NTJp! N KIDDIEI&! ; ALGONA SATURDAY AT 1 0 A. M T#p P. M, Pulitzer Prize Winn«r' ZOEAKINS' Grcottst Animal Story! -*i DAVID. CH1IAV- UDD • WILLS COLOR by DE LUXE -'MTItU WT1ME PLUS 6 COLOR CARTOON? FREE ADMISStQN WITH APPROVED DENTAL CARD TICKETS OTHERWISE — REGULAR ADMISSION ATTEND THE MORNING SHOW FOR BETTER SEATING TONITE (WED.) "TWO-WAY STRETCH' THUR. thru SAT. ALGOISTA 2 EXCITING NEW FEAtURESS 2ND A HURRWAN6 QF ACTION ! fPliMKH SlRWs Suricftiy At fde Afeorli IfrV^fk Wm rio H(e Glenn Ford co-stars with Bette Davis, Hope Lange and Arthur O'Connell in Frank Capra's new comedy "Pocketful of Miracles" opening Sunday at the Algona Theatre, through United Artists. Filmed in, Panayision and Eastman Color, the film was co-produced by Ford and Capra. t Have you passed Isaacson's studio recently. If not, do so. There is an interesting exhibit; a picture of a little four year old girl all dressed up in her best bib and tucker, bat, gloves and purse, and a doll equally as smartly garbed, looking at each other. The caption reads, "Which is the Doll?" In cpse you 'don't know who tlje real dpll is, she is Louise Black, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Black. .\ * • * It was Indeed a pleasure having the' Methodist choir sing for us Jan. 28. I hope they give us a repeat performance before too long. .Mrs. Wesley Bartlett is director. ' * • » Older. Algonans will remember pretty, petite, and popular Helen Quarton,! daughter of Judge and Mrs. W.-B. Quarton and sister of Harold, Sumner, Bill and Florence Nugent. She was subject of a feature story in the Sarasota, Florida Newscast July and I am sure (here ~are' many who will be in- (eres{ed in the major details. Algonans will remember best that after she had completed college she joined the Dunbar Dancers on a chautauqua circuit and also had a small part in "The M> kado." .This whetted her appetite for further stage experience and le fact that a relative, Fred tone, was in show business and ave her a part in his show, end- d parental opposition. She skated nd danced in his "Jack O'Lan- ern". At one time she was also n a bill with the "Divine Sarah Jernhardt". I also recall seeing icr in .an old Essenay picture years ago. JOANNE DRU — MARK STEVENS She marrie4 Robert Brushing- iam and to them was born a son Robert, Jr., and since she had ;aken up sculpturing by that time she fittingly remarks that "he was her best piece." After the death of Mr. Brushingham slit- went to New York City where she became head of the depart ment of personal service at Me Creary's. Shortly afterward she married Dr. Remsen, a famous brain surgeon at John Hopkins hospital. Since then she has turned to sculptoring to which she gave promise of success as a child. She wcrts with various substances, bronze, marble, terra cotta or wodd, but cares least for bronze because of the hazards and difficulties.' Around Sarasota there arc many examples of her art. The latest is "The Three Marys" in the St. garden. The Marys are of course His mother, her sister Mary Martha and Mary Magdalene. This is made of white carrara marble and at present is loaned to the St. Boniface Episcopal church. Her Christmas cards this year pictured her baptismal font at St. Boniface. Another one is the "Pelican Fountain" at the Jungle Gardens. I wonder if Helen has any of the Kodak pictures we took years ago on a camping trip at Irvington. I have quite a collection and have lots of fun looking at them from time to time, flow this group has scattered. Left in Algona are Helen Dingley, Dot Smith and myself. Since I have no opportunity to use it any more, I am toying 'with the idea of selling my silverware, service for six, Rogers. The set consisis of knives, dinner, butter spreaders, fruit; forks, dinner, salad, ice cream, oyster, berry; spoons, tea, orange, after dinner coffee, bouiliion, soup, dessert; berry server spoon, butter server and sugar server spoon. Anybody interested? Everything is just like new, some never used. * • • I am anxious to see the new aprons Lizzie Post is making of dotted Swiss, with Swedish weave borders. I wonder how many cross stitch ones she has made. When Mrs. Lewis Bishop told me her mother Mrs. Velma Bergen, Cedar Falls, had been here for a visit, I wise-cracked, "Any rela tion to Edgar?" "No, Polly," sho replied. So much- for famous names. • * '. * • • I watched the last TV program of Ernie Kovac's from curiosity. It had its points no doubt and received favorable .comments in the column devoted' to reviews but it wasn't the sort of entertainment 1 care for. Now Dick Kesner's death made me more regretful, for having once played violin, 1 enjoy hig performances on the Welk program. He was a true artist and it seems a pity such talent is lost so soon. - ' ,-• t * f -•>,''$• > Bill Becker has been In health for some tteie afld had a fall of Stich .SfeVefS ..... was thought advisable ft hatfi x-rayed at Sf. Aiut Thefe tf<Jr broken bones, fdrtunately. . ,~ **..*. k-...*. — «»™... l, *8,a- plans to entel , f atiowacityin ¥u ,^ 2 , I recently Gebrge" and penally the niit in F;fte typist will i,,. entire book is I am an avid this kind of don't get out .„ _„. thing else. So picture . as second best, a TV popcorn. Yes, popcorn , avwr , . Ethel Pqtter. She did it SC&6 time ago and it met with stach favor she has duplicated the. deal, bless her. • *. t Mrs. L. L. Snyder and Mrs. Max Bartholomew recently gave a come as you are coffee. I know who got the prize and'why, byt I promised not to tell. I assure you it was a "dilly" outfit. One good for the comics. Had Christopher John Chapman been born just three hours earlier, lie and his grandmother Ruth Me- Mahon would have celebratec birthdays together'. His parents are Judy and James Chapman, Eagle Grove, and he joins brothers Pat and Mike. * * * Ever try It? "Experts who'v timed it say a wink takes a 40th o a second. Do you know a quicker way to get into trouble?" • * * True! "Things of beauty oftei shake up men who view them minus make-up." * « It is of interest to know tha Barbara Boylan, who dances so beautifully on the Lawrence Welk program, is a niece of Clifford Boylan, Charles City, one time chemistry teacher of Mrs. Kenneth Parrish. Going ;thf<Wgh the< feotory, t realized, there era ew names adxted since 41 m my cslling^ai i hawadded aife ut would bfe happy to, Add pie f you will oall me* Feel f«e to all me If you ha,ve flews you n the locals, or any human i st stories. CY 4-3798. •*, • < A. _ Leander Menkes, Patient Ares, M Wed 25 Years Bancroft - M?'.' $$ Mrs. Lefrn- der Menke celebrated theft sllvef wedding ''ariniversary, Sunday by entertaining their family, flv<rs,qna and two daughters, their brothers and sisters, their fathers and close friends at dinner. Cards were played and wedding cake" was served. Esther Sehilw was married to Leaner Menke in St. John's churc^i by Msgr..J. H. Shultes. They live cfl their own farm northwest of Bancroft. Farewell For Priest , > l 'As t fim' ntff nf % MMnfa f l *- top. then 1 Wile went utd tnowor with R}ngs.te.4- A held Wednesday evening at St, Mary's Catholic chufch .hall at Armstrong>for/ Rev,:E.>E. Aptiwo .is being transferred to Merrill, Iowa. Father Apt has been 'pastor at Armstrong for three year?. His successor at Armstrong is Rev. Walter Bruch of Pocahontas. BIRTHDAY Shelby county's oldest resident, Hans Anderson, recently celebrqt-. ed his 104th birthday in a Harlan nursing home. He is a retired railroad car repairman whp formerly lived at Council Bluffs. _ _ WAJfT ADS BHn?"a"~RESWLtS on^ comp and Vno;«! ; buekei} For4 transmission;/ power loader with 'manure l 2 Sickles/'" ''''' ';'•'.'';: . ' •'" ' ','... ' , POWER MACHINERY ± ti® A* Combine, comp. with motor, ex«» n rf*H V«l* iilck utf straw Spreader, wagon hitch, always, shcdded, like new? Model Rcf«S!& AW, eiffwMH l«rge hiafcr, starter, bale chute and hitch j Case 13 ft. s 9>! wheel tandem, discwith extra heavy 5" wXil N*V Holland'model 800 field,cutter .with.PTO and new corn heads Mob. model 2 P. R, pu!Uype>ro,w cpr« picker, hydraulic -with blowers New Idea rubber tired 4-b,a,r side delivery rakei Western 21-ft. land rollers Mcb, N6w Style manure spreader.) LundeH stalk cut- tors JD io-ft. binder wlndroweri Trailer, type sprayer, with, roller pump. * FEED — Some ground ear cprn In sllo( 80 ton of corn silage In silo; About 200 tonty corn s,Hage, IB b«nkerislloj 1000 b ?;,°? • »*?? i ttttl "S SteHa : hM^ ; ^m ; <^W°9«*)j 600 bales of 1st cutting alfalfa hay In "•' "" 760 bajeS; of straw! 30 bales. ?f brpme ,«,tA\ blue While Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Straub Jr. were in New York City recently, called there by the serious sickness of Mr. Straub ST., a daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sender, brother-in-law and sister of Mr. Straub Jr. It is the first child and she has been named Susie. Nice of her to make her appearance while the Straube were there to become acquainted. . • • With the birth Jan. 16 of a SOD Eugene to Mr/and Mrs. Maurice Kruckenberg at Wmdom, Minn., Airs. Augusla Bietz became great- grandmother for the,fiftieth time. The maternal grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs. Glen Rike. Mrs. Jietz had her grandson David Rike f kindergarten age as d'mn\\ uest recently. He asked what kind f meat was in the stew and was old it was smoked ham. "Oh es", the child replied, "I saw you n the Smoke Shop the other day." * * * An Algonan, Marvin Dearchs, on of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Dcarchs, is In service and station.- ed at air force base Cam,p Patrick, ^EN^BUILOlHfi MILK FROM CONSOLIDATED DEEDING EQUIPMENT--Bear Cut hammer mill, with, feeder In- cllne, PTO, extrn screens and avgor dl^charge^^^t-i^oflcVie.Jpeclal corn shellcr, with 32 fti *f dragt Bear Cftt bjrr m|U, with, esff« WITS5 Bnlzor feed wagon, 1 With bunk feeder aUachmciit) Held,cr augen, wagon; Cunningham hay cbttd.j Cunnlrigptn tedder feed, wogon^with side elevator', Feed Carrier for barn tracks 4-16-ft. feed bunks; J^walMivOjjttle feeders! 8-wnlk-ln hog feeder*!,two 80-gal. hoc watcrcrs; two rotary hog feeders! best cattle oilers 24 cement hog troughs. MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT -'2 large Wallers, used for no-use moving; 18" chain saws tractor mounted buzz saw} 1 cement mixer; windrower for mowers 3 h.p. electric motor, on speed Jacjc; ifl-ft. portable oleVotor, with 7 h.p* olcctr|c motor; Fanning mill, wHh eleptrlc motors 26-ft. portable, 8Jn auger with Briggs & Strattort Motor.. 1954 MODEL S IflO INTERNATIONAL' 2 TOtf TRUCK, cqflip, wP 2 speed axle, hoist, 16 ft. comb. grata & stock rack, steel top, new license. NO. 200 JOUN DEERE 2-R.pty CORN PICKER, 9 HEAP OF EWpS. — Consigned by MaxypN 4?">'»on. USUAL TE.RMS) Not responsible for accidents. No property, to b« removed until settled for, Ted Winter & D. C. Barringer Estate Clerk PUBLIC As to* (arm has b«n sold. I will sell my personal property to the htefcest Udders on the farm mile east and 3% miles south of ««« nnr- ar S miks aortk of Bancroft on 169, 3% miles west and Yt, CStv; wr, t miks north. <w NOTICE! Thursday thru Saturday "Madj son Avenue" 7:00-10:00. "Septem her Storm" 8:40. Saturday Only "SAD HORSE' 10 a.m. and 1:30. Sunday "Pocketful Of Miracles 1:55-4:30-7:00-9:35. Monday thru Tuesday "Pocket- |ful Of Miracles" 7:00-9:30. Wednesday Only Feb. 14 "The Matchmaker" 7:00 and 10:15, "The Mating Game" at 8:50. THE IOWA STATE BANK AND WEDNESDAY ONLY FEB. 14-FUN FOR EVERYONE! a matchless HIMIO ON IN IKf HAY$TACKI mi mm STAURINQ T.V-'S STAR AS f The Matchmaker ^ppw~^^ ^* ^v^^B^Ql^M^p^^Mp^F^ff^P™^^? SHIftEVBOCi-liiotlYPBW THE SECURITY STATE BANK WILL BOTH,BE CLOSED MONDAY, FEB. 12 IN Q&SERVANCE OF AIRAHAM LINCOLN'S BIRTHDAY AND THURSDAY, FEB. 22 IN OBSERVANCE OF OEORGE WASHINSTQN'S BIRTHDAY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 14 Sale to Start at 12S30 o'clock Murphy's Lunch on the Grounds MACHINERY 1058 John Deere 70 Diesel with 720 head and valves, power steering, live power, 13 x 38 tires, Iloll-o-matlc, fluid in tires.,gas starting, power troll, new style air breather. hflUr nyster h as 2595 hours; 1941 6-speed John Deere B with lights and starter, 10 x 38 tires; 1036 John Deere A Jlgh compression pistons, 13 yJQtkes:-John Deere Quick,Tach4.Tow cultivator; tractor chains for John Deere A; Power-Troll for JD A, to be ,014 separately or vltfc tractor,, stable to buyer; 75 Case Combine with 7-ft? header, adjustable fan speed, extended axles, adjustable reel, oats nlckup and straw spcader; 1951 6-cyllnder Massey-Harris self-propelled Corn Pick with Blower; JD Model 555 4-14 trip bottom plow, new sty e mold boards; JD Model L spreader, like new; JD. wide type 48-ft. grain elevator with under slung derrick, like new; JD 490 c<,rn planter, dfcc ooencrs, new big fertilizer boxes, cylinder lift or mechanical, roll nUntor wire- Tandem disc 37.A, 13' * 7" IHC; IHC 18-ft disc; JD 9-ft. windrower In'good condition; IHC 4-14 plow with throw-away lays; 10- row trailer weed sprayer with hypo piimn; Super six hydraulic manure loader with snow bucket; 12-ft. Glenco field cultivator on rubber and hydraulic lift; 8 x 17 ton heavy duty machinery trailer with tilt DCU and tandem wheels; 6-sect|on flexible drag with cYencrs Near; new 8 twlndraulic heavy duty 6-ton farm trailers with 14-ln tires, with fl-ton 2-way hydraulic hoist and new steel flare boxes with Wn floor ami 2-wav endgatos; Massey-Harrls 7-ft. seml»mountcd tractor mower i 44>ottom stubble turner: Heat Houser for John Deere 7Q or 720 dlegpli 4-row Windpower Rotary hoe; John Deere 2-way Cylinder with I|o»«»I Hog Oiler; Tractor mounted post hole digger; sef of JD wheel weight*! Forney 180 amp. Welder Ip good shape with hood, cable*, torch and « Ibs of rod; 125 bu. Walk-In bog feeder, good.; PrldeioMhe.Farm>Pre8»ure Cattle and Hog waterer with electric heating unit; TovOrWIk Cattle Oiler and Fluid, with targe reservoir tank; 100 x 20 ft, Vinyl »Wo coven 56-ft. steel fence b«ok; two 14-ft. almost new feed bunks; one Ifl-ft. Tox-0-Wik silage bunk; three l?-ft. fee* tmoksi one 10-ft. feed bunk! cement hog troughs; 1 bottle gas hookup; step stool box fitsi «lI JD « 2-wheel trailer with steel box: 700-bu. Minhaufer Seed Oa.tji off p( first year certified seed, in overhead bin; about 30Q bales alfalfa hay in barn; 100 bales blue grass hay, 60 BREP GILTS, vaccinated for .cholera and erysipelas; 9 farrowing crates. ' HOUSEHOLD GOODS 22 cu ft. CQiistcllation deep freezer; 8 cu, ft. G.E. refrlger8|»n gas cook stove; roavUg square tub washing machines. chlW's flesfci set of eSelopediabl upright pianu and bench! 2ft In, bpy's blmlej | aressers antenna stand and rotor; ? wash tubs on stand; occasional qmw\ «ner UoMsehpld itew^, 4lsbes; etc.; furniture will be sola after w»cbjpery. TERMS: CASH or make arrangements with your banker before, the sale. No property to be removed from the ,wM settled for. Not responsible for accidents should a»jr «cewr. JOE BAUER, Owner . Clark, Farmers & Tra4?rs Saving BH-i Bi»?rofJ. 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