The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 6, 1962 · Page 14
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 6, 1962
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6-Algena (to.) Upper Des MataM Tuesday, Februory.*, 1962 Two Seneca Couples Back From West , Seneca — Mr. and Mrs. Charle :Beaver and. Mr. and Mrs. Henr Wilberg returned home Tuesda after a three weeks vacation tri to California. They visited wit the Albtn Nelsons, who live nea Phoenix, Ariz., enrotite to Califor ilia. While in California the Beav ers visited their son and family the Jerry Beavers, at San Bern ardlno also with other relatives They and .the Wilbergs visile with the Rev. Paul Mork family Mrs. Mork is the former Delorc Wilberg, a niece of Henry Wilberg Patient at Rochester Mr.' and Mrs. John Johannesen 'took their, daughter Mrs. Glen Kreuger, Parimont, Thursday, to visit Mr. Kreuger, who is a patien at a Rochester hospital. He is suffering with' a virus infection. Brother Succumbs • Mr. and Mrs.U,C. C. Voigt received word earjy last week of the passing pf the letter's brother, Bruce Oliver, 69 of near Oklahoma City.'Death resulted from a heart condition. Due to the road and weather conditions the Voigts did not go to the funeral. They had visited with the deceased while on their vacation trip to California around Christmas time. 1 Pastor's Farewell Dinner The; Blakjer Congregation will hold a farewell dinner honoring the Rev. and Mrs. Oliver Johnson and family Sunday, Feb. 4, at the church dining room. Guests included Rev. and Mrs. Stanley Hanson of Ringsted. Rev. Hanson will now serve the Blakjer congregation as their pastor. Rev. Johnson has served fee local congregation since, the separation of the Nazareth congregation of Armstrong and the Blakjer congrega- tion'last spring. Move!To Ringsted Mr. .and Mrs. George Johnson moved from their farm home into their newly purchased home in Ringsted last Tuesday. The Johnsons have retired from farminp and held a farm sale recently. Mr and Mrs. Gordon Burt of the Fenton vicinity moved onto the place vacated by the Johnsons. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Fox and son moved to Algona last week where Larry is employed by Uni versal Manufacturing Company. Larry has worked as a farmhand for Lewis Breese for several years. The Breese son, Jerry, who with his wife has been living in California will return and help operate the farm. They are expected about March 1. Mr. and Mrs. John Johannesen were Sunday dinner guests at the home of their daughter and family, the Glen Kreugers, Fairmont. The occasion was Mrs. Johannesen's birthday anniversary. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Morris Johannesen and girls of Armstrong. Mrs. Lawrence Johannesen and Larry visited last Sunday night and Monday with Kathryn Johannesen in St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Anderson wef% recent Minneapolis visitors. Sunday Visitors at the Otto Engelbarts home to help them celebrate a wedding anniversary were Mr. and Mrs, H. J. Boettcher, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Poppe Sr., and Mrs. Lena Swarz. Mrs. Mary Sachs received a pleasant surprise Friday afternoon when her sisters came to help her celebrate her birthday. Present were Mrs. Roland Gabel of Swea City, Mrs. Jake Risius of Burt, Mrs. Joe Risius of Britt and Mrs. Arnold Hippen of Buffalo Center. Evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Sachs and family and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Aukes and family of Ledyard. Mrs. Alfred Christ entertained at a party Tuesday after school hohoring*,Donna Mae on her 8th birthday. Guests were her teacher, Mrs. Orvick, Debby Stecker, Marcia Paujsen, Diane Anderson, Sara Christ, Emily Hoeppner, Colleen Boettcher and Randy Patterson.' Guests at the H. J. Boettcher home Sunday evening to help them celebrate their 49th wedding anniversary were Mr. and Mrs. Adotph Poppe, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sleper, Lednard Christ, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Boettcher and) family and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Boettcher and family of Winnebago, Minn. Morris Wortman of Venice, Cal. flew to Des Moines last Friday where he was met and brought here to attend the funeral of his uncle, C. A. Gutknecht. Mr. and Mrs. Henry darken were Saturday evening visitors at the Bob GronbaCh home at Livermore. Mr, and Mrs. C. F. Enneberg and Rochelle were Sunday dinner guests at the Owen Peters home at Ernmons, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Earl .Thompson and family were Sunday evening visitors at the John Simons home at Stevens and Monday afternoon visitors at the Le Roy Richardson home at Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. Norbert '.Tietz of Des Moines were last Monday visitors at the Art Tietz home. Mrs. Clayton Whalen of Titorika was a Monday afternoon visitor of Mrs. H. D. Mussman. Sunday afternoon visitors at the Milton Paulsen home were Mr. and Mrs. John Welhousen of Ti- tontca. . , Sunday dinner' gtfests at the Melvin Schroeders for a birthday dinner honoring Ahrettd' arid'Etli- yle Hans and L6U1S6 Schfoeder were Mr. and Mrs. Ahrend Hans, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Popper and Zada Mae, and Mr. and Mrs. George Schroeder. Mrs. Wilson Brack entertained at a party Saturday afternoon honoring Conttie Lewis on Wei 1 "dth birthday. Guests Were Lorle 'Bosma, Peggy Carlson, fcf&tda -J6hn- son, Ann Steehhard, Judy Counfry- man, Lynn Thompson, Mary-Jean Neuman, Becky Kollasch, Mela'lnc Krominga, Jan Meurer and Patricia Lewis. The Goodwill tftick will be coming to Lakota Feb. 22 and will pick up articles at the home of Mrs. Henry Mitchell. '..'.• The Farm Bureau Service CSnv pany of Swea City has announced that .Bill Hippen has again 'been installed as Lakota tank- wagon manager. He replaces John. Kites- sin, who has resigned to. start farming. The Lakota Luckies 4-H Club meeting has been postponed' a week and now will be held Feb. 10 at the Albert Sleper home. Lakota Batid Mothers served a> proximately 375 band students their evening meal a't the Band Festival held Jan. 29. The ftdSt meeting of the Sand Mothers has been changed to Feb. 13. Mrs. J. E. tfkena has been a patient at the Buffalo Center hospital since last Tuesday. Mrs. Pauline ' Klocke underwent surgery at the Blue Earth hospital last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Anderson and family were Sunday evening visitors at the L. A. NitZ home. FARM SALE CALENDAR Algona Upper Des Moines February 8, Thursday — Henry" Schroeder, % mile north, 1 mile west, V4 mile north of Lone Rock, farm machinery' and buildings. Quinn & Berkland, Lone Rock bank. Details today. February 12; Monday 1 — John Munch, south.edge",of.Fenton. & head of Holstein cows and Keif ers, dairy equipment. Qulrin & Berklalfid, Lone/R6ck Bank; Details-today. February 13, Tuesday — fed Winter and D. C. Barrirtger said, 6l east and 2 north of Ringsted. 259 head livestock, plus machinery. Bortvit & Clark, auctioneers; Graettinger State Bank, clerk. Sale 'details today. > February 14,' Wednesday — Joe Bauer, 1 east and 3% south of Swea City. Complete closing out. Quinn & Clark, auctioneers, Farmers & Traders Savings Bank, Bancroft, clerk. Details today. February 14, Wednesday — Bert S. Geerdes & Son, Lakota,- bred gilt sale. Details In today's paper. February 21, Wednesday -i Theo Green .estate sale, % north and 1 west of Ledyard. 77 head livestock, machinery, etc. Quinn & Clark, auctioneers; State Bank'of Ledyard, clerk. February 22, Thursday — Dan Fbley sale, on farm located % mile south, 3 west and % south o! Whittemore. Complete closing out, Charlie Quinn, auctioneer, and Farmers State Bank, clerk. Complete details in tDM next week. March 6* fjiesday.,- Mans Baago ,;com|>let6 Kclpsiffg-aut/.laid on farm located 2 miles east and % south'' ot' F^nton, 'B&tiseri & Berkland, auctioneers, Lone Rock Bank, clerk. ''> . Cubs, Scouts To Hold Show At Guard Armory Elgin Allen of Algona, District Scolttinglarid general .chairman, announces that , the Cubbing and Scouting in Action show scheduled for this Scouting district will be held Feb. 17, at Mail. Guard Armory, Algona. There will be -afternoon performances from 2:30 until 5'p.m. ahd evening performances from 7 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. All Cubbing and Scouting units are now rehearsing demonstrations and preparing exhibits that i: .wiil be on public view in the,booths and,the stage show that make up Scoutingland. ,, > In, addition to the mammoth booth type show,-there is a staged production to be held in conjunction with the booths. One of the featured .acts m\the arena will tte •the finals of-the Jistrlct-wide first aid conteif,|hW|«fiftfttt J Prairie GWAW CfoWcll MHHHIii -warirt.ta tell , „ LIGHT i BULBS Regular lamps or .special * lamps . . . you can find the .< largest and most cotiplete .stock.of lattips in N.W. Iowa. Don't be satisfied with any- ' thing less * than genuine G;E. .'• Lamps, They cost no more. [ PRATT ELECTRIC CONSTRUCTION CO. Corner of State & Jones Phone dy!4-4326 r NEIGHBORS GOOD KNOW Joe Bradley Equipment South Hold Algona Farm Machinery — Trucks — Tires Oliver Maney-Harrl* AUU-Chalnwn QKC Trucks FUMiona Tlxe* Phone CY 4-2421 Algona wiiiiuiiiiniiiMiiiiiiiiiiiuuflii Lakota Group Plans To Have A Style Show Lakota — The Lakota Acorn Club met Feb. 2 at the home of Mrs. Robert Beemer. Sixteen members were present. The theme for the day was Take Time to Honor Our Civil War Heroes. Benita Helviek gave a topic and stories of Civil War songs were given by Faith Cook. Group singing of Civil War songs was also led by Faith Cook. Committees were lined up and plans made for the Tea and Vogue Style Show which will be held Feb. 9 at 3 p.m. at the Presbyterian church. Modeling and judging of garments made for the Vogue sewing contest will take place. Four members from the Acorr. Club plan to enter and there will also be several from the school One winner will be chosen from the club and one from the schoo to represent the club at. the dis trict contest ta be held Feb. 17 at Belmond. There will also be a display of home sewn garments. The top prize in the 5th annual Fashion Sewing Contest sponsored by the General Federation of Women's Club in co-operation with Vogue Pattern service and the Women's Club Service Bureau is a three week fashion tour of Europe for two people, while second and thirc place winners will receive $5.00 and $2.50, respectively. The public is cordially invited to atteud the Tea. liHlllllll'. ii i i /iiiimiiiiiiiwiiraiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiNiiiiiiiiiiiiii Bronson Building Service "Try Us And You'll Like Us" Quality Lumber — Elliott Paints MILL WORK Builders' Hardware Tools KLINE Tanks & REDWOOD Tanks N. of Jet. Hwys. 18 & 169 Algona • CY 4-4369 !llllH^^ Ernie Williams John Deere Farm Machinery Both Quality And Service Store Located On Diagonal Street On CNW Tracks. Phone CY 4-3561 Algona illllllllllUUIUUIllllllilUlt! Algona Implement Co. Your Friendly International Harveiter Dealer FARM EQUIPMENT MOTOR TRUCKS Sale* & Service Phone CY 4-3501 Algona ALGONA AND KOSSUTH COUNTY NEIGHBORS WORK TOGETHER FOR A BETTER LIFE Around Town and Country YOUR ALGONA NEIGHBOR Robinson Construction Company, pictured abova in a new location, has successfully served this area in farm, commercial and residential construction since 1945. The company began 17 years ago in the home of owner E. E. (Bud) Robinson. It later moved to Diagonal Street, and in a few years, the expanding business moved to larger quarters on North Main Street. July 1, the company moved again, this time in a beautiful, newly constructed building east on Highway 18, built and designed by Bud to meet the requirements of a rapidly growing business. Robinson Construction Company, since its very beginning, has made every effort to do the best possible in workmanship and uses only the finest quality materials. The company takes pride in cooperating with the customer to see that the finished job is what he wants and expects. The quality of materials and expert workmanship done by this company can be seen in many of the finer homes in Algona. In January. 1060, Robinson Construction was selected as distributor of Sioux Steel Buildings for this area. This line is seeing rapid growth on farms in this arqa. Bud invites you to come in and see what can be clone with steel. ' If you are planning to build, remodel or redecorate in the future, see Robinson Construction Company of Algona for the finest work that can be done. Here you will find friendly, efficient personnel cooperating with you in every way to see that you get no less than the best. YOUR COUNTRY NEIGHBOR Of Sexton This week's Country Neighbor is a life-long resident of the Sexton area. He is Everett Steven, who was born on a farm a mile north of Sexton in 1920, and he's been there ever since, He farms a total of 320 acres. A believer in diversified farming, Everett raises, corn, beans auii oats, hogs, cattle and chickens. He keeps stock cows at all times and raises calves for market and seems to like all aspects of farming. Mr and Mrs Steven are members of (he Methodist church here. He is also a member of (be Farm Bureau, Masonic lodge and Eastern Star and likes to fish, but doesn't have (be opportunity to get out (be rod, reel and line' very often. Mrs Steven is the former Doris Genrich, daughter of Mr and Mrs Albert Genrich of LuVerne. Everett and Doris met one year at the fair here and were married at LuVerne in 1942. She is a member pjf Eastern Star and Rural Women's Chorus and lists sewing and reading as hobbies. Mr. Steven's parents are Mr and Mrs Harvey Steven, Algona. He has a brother, Lc9> Algona, and a sister, Pear) Hodgin, Alden. Mr and Mrs Steven have three children., Ann, Richard and Craig, and Mr* Steven has a brother, Stanley, at LuVerne. (UPM Polaroid Photo-Engraving) WATCH THIS SPACE EVERY OTHER WEEK TO MEET A NEW COUNTRY NEIGHBOR Irons Heating & Plumbing "Completelr Equipped To &. Serve You Completely" Plumbing - H*attaf ShMtM.i.1 Ou or. .OH Beecher Lane Appliances The FAMOUS NAMES Greet You" i In TELEVISION Buscber Brothers Impl. Minneapolis Mollne - jGs|ly-Ryan — Poptc New Idea Farm Machinery • S«lM ' ' torrto* lUIIIIUIUIUOIIIIjl Robinson Construction Co. Sioux Steel Buildings . Building Construction F«r siie, long Jtt. of building .on - SIOUX - NEICHBORLINESS IS THE BACKBONE OF GOOD BUSINESS IN RURAL AND URBAN ARIAS.

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