The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 27, 1962 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 27, 1962
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Former Lone Rock Woman Oil ^Irs. Will Krause, 90, former L<jne Rock resident, died Monday night In California on the eve of hdr tftth birthday. She. had been btfdfast fdr some time and died at the home of her daughter,- Kathefi in|,/Mrs. Reed Johnson/ ^ :'v ^Irs. Krause was born Feb. 20, 1865. She and her husbatia farmed in the Lotts Creek area before moving to = Lone Rock. He wtfi tf ruf-al mail carrier for many years. After his death she Shade he? home with their six daughters. '< The three eldest are 'widowed and living In California. They are (Louise) Mrs. Frank Claytdri; Ella, Mrs. Robert Padgett and Mi's. Reed Johnson. The-others are Rose, Mrs. Clifford Meyer, of Corwith; Frieda, Mrs. Forrest Rouse, of Ayrshire; and Marie, Mrs. Orval Rosendahl of California. . ;.•.-'',.,•->;, FuneraJ; services were held at 2 p.m. Saturday in St. John's Lutheran churchjn Fenton: .Burial was in the church cemetery. The Rev. W, H. Friedrjch, officiated and Blake Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements... '. . Pallbearers were six grandsons. 2-Car Crash Wesley — Autos driven by Boyd Loveless and Raymo>nd Weig crashed head-on near the Joe Krieps home Feb. 20 during,- a snow storm. No one was injured and damage was estimated at $200 to the vehicles. • - GIRL ; The first girl in the De(tfi side; oj 'the family for 39 years was born recently to Mr. and Mrs. -Leroy Dean of Marion. Baby Donna Lu- Ahne will wear a christening' gown niade from her great, great; grandmother's wedding dress. Shels"the third generation to be. baptized in the all hand-stitched gown. ;-' 99 New Members Enrolled In 4-H Boys And Girls Clubs AM<4 ilttit I*. **.*•*, ..u.) ^^ Four hundred and fifty boys and girls ate enrolled in the Kossuth County 4-H farm project program for 4962; aeeoMng to Robert* C; Johnson, tdtitty extension associate, with 99 new members. The Whittemore boys under' the leadership of Harold Greene and Robert Delriek has the largest en< rottment this year with 39 members, 6| which 17 are new. Other high clubs are Greenwood 33 members,, Swea-ttarrison and.Union 32 each, Plum Creek 31, and Aggressive Lads, Oarfield Hustlers, St, Joe Trojans and Seneca boys with 27 each. Clubs with new members and their, names a're as follows — Aggressive Lads — Gary Anderson, Betty Beck, Barbara Farrow, Gary Heetland, Darwin Smith; Algoiia Club — Jean Plemel, Kurt King, Patricia Conn, Jeannie Patterson: Buffalo Club — Allan Jansen; Burt Bombers — Robert Coady, Kenneth Hawcott, Robert Madsen; Eagle Wildcats — Norman Duer, Brian O'Green, Mike Tobln; "Fenton Pro- gressors — Robert Bierle, Lee Preyer, Terry Schmidt, Kevin Seely. Garfleld Hustlers — Ruth Ann Ketelsen, Gloria Metzger, Victoria Baas; Grant Hustlers — Raymond Govern, Harvey Work, Jr.; Greenwood — Michael Bauer, Nick Bormann, Charles Fangman, Russell Menke, Kenneth Schiltz, Dennis Schrauth; Lotts Creek Leaders — Dennis and Alan Gross, Jerry Hansen, John and Larry Vigdal; LuVerne — Denny Barber, Gerald Sill; Plum Creek — Mathew Clark, Douglas Jones, Tom Ringsdorf, Mark Mawdsley. Portland — Betty and Sharon Lampe; Prairie — Duane Aitchi- spn, Russell and Sam Shipman; Ramsey — Joe DeGeeter, 1 Mark Lickteig, Dennis McCarthy, Dorothy Merron, Leon Schiltz; St. Joe Trojans — Kevin and Steven Buettner, Donald Erpelding, Steven and Larry Kollasch, Thomas McGuire; Seneca. Progressive Farmers — Jo Ann Bernhard, Richard and Roger Hanson, Ross Johnson, diaries Parsons, Philip Thompson, Tlni'Lynch, Jimmy Br&se; swea> Harrisoft ^ Daryl Holcomfe, Steven,- Larson, Jeffrey Newlin, Jack Plhgel, Thor Thoreson. tJnioh — Don Courtttey, Jon peirrt, Linda Nltchals, Chris Reilly, DflVe Sabin, Matt Frankl; Wesley .— Brian Hrubes, Duane Kunkel, Roger Wubben, Geo. Pommer, Francjs Hildman; Whittemore — Dale' and Dean Baas, Jerry and Mark Besch, Dale arid Jackie Detrick, Gary Erdman, Jean Gcr- mann, Tom Kollasch, Randy Lauck, Vonnie Lauck, Ann Loebach, Gary Poppen, Joseph Schmitt, James WaiKer, Dale Walker and Barbara Winkel. Lone Rock Club Plan Rural Women's Day Lone Rock — Fenton Township Homemakers Club met Feb. 16 at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Berkland with Mrs. Wesley Mains as co- hostess. : t Mrs. Roy Bierle, chairman, reported on plans for Farm Bureau Rural Women's Day and that this club would have charge of registration for the day. She also reported on the bus tour which Mrs. Wesley Mains will be taking to Des Moines. It was decided to give $5 toward the scholarship fund. A lesson was presented by Mrs. Bernard Miller. An extension lesson was presented by Mrs. Raymond Laabs and Mrs. Milfred Mitchell. Idle Hour Club The Idle Hour Club met at the home of Myrtle Krause Feb. 22. Vice president Mary Ann Coady conducted the meeting in the absence of president Ethel Stevens. Pauline Coady had charge of en- tertainhient. A limch was served by the hostess. The March meeting will be a 12:30 luncheon at the home of Mary Ann Coady Mar. 2& Many friends from Lone Rock and vicinity attended the funeral of Mrs. Marie Krause, Saturday, at,Fenton., Mr, and Mrs. Paul Olson and son David, Swea City, Mrs. E. A. Lee and Michael wore dinner guests in the home of A. A. Krueger Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs.- Jergenson and daughter, Algona, visited in the home of Mrs. Jergenson's mother, Mrs. Lillie Worthington, Friday evening. Jolly Neighbor's club met at the home of Wallace McArthur Valentine Day. Darrel Schmidt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schmidt, was home last weekend. He goes to school at Omaha, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wiener are parents of a little girl. She has been named Darci Lyne. The maternal grandparents are the Sidney Ellefsons, Bancroft, and the Wm. Wieners, Cylinder. Mrs. Hulda Schultz visited Tuesday at the home of her granddaughter, Mrs. Wm. Faulstick in Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt and Lynn went to Ames Saturday to see the ISU-Oklahoma basketball game. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Miller and boys were supper guests of the Wayne Millers at West Bend Monday. The Tony Winter's family moved this past week into the house vacated by the Dennis Flaigs. Mr. Winters is boys basketball coach at Sentral. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Miller entertained at a 500 card party i.l'TIi* ,V1 a Time... THERE WAS'3 busy little girl who decided that her clothes needed washing. Presto! Into the suds she popped them. ' N OW, EVERYONE KNOWS what hot water does to pretty hands! Everything was so wet and steamy- washing clothes was a hard job! Bui FINALLY, came "clothesline time!" She hung her washing out carefully, thankful the job was done. But oh, my, look! DOWN CAME CLOTHESLINE, clean clothes , and all! Well, harried housekeepers just feel like crying sometimes! But wait. There's a happy ending... UNE DAY, along came her Prince Charming, who gave tier an AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC WASHER AND DRYER. *. afterl ~ fiomomrfa/i let Rrfcfy Kfowsff mate wssfitfay wy? Thursday night. Those who attended were Mr. and Mrs. James Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wege- Her, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wels- brod, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Culbertson Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Art Person, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Coady and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Long. Mrs. Dale Schroeder, Mrs. Merton Hurlburt and Mrs. Junior Hurlburt pleasantly surprised Mrs. Emma Hurlburt Tuesday in honor df her birthday. The party was at Mrs. Schroedcr's home. Those invited were Mrs. Clair Bellinger and Marilyn, Mrs. Henry Schroeder, Mrs. Albert Shaser, Mrs. Harvey Rath, Mrs. Lawrence Rath, Mrs. Maurice Weisbrod, Mrs. Dale Weg- fner and Jerry, Mrs. Clinton Rath, Mrs. Ray Utoff and Cheryl, Mrs. Jim Long, Mrs. Ornie Behrends, Mrs. Don Hurlburt, Mrs. Slyvester Brace, Mrs. Lenard Hoist and Mrs. Robert Heifner. The afternoon was Spent playing bunco. Mrs. Clinton Rath made and decorated a cake for the occasion. Henry Hartwell was released from St. Ann hospital' In Algona last week, but was taken to Rochester to receive further treatment at St. Mary's hospital. Mrs. Hulda Schultz, who has been visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. Fredrick Schultz left Friday to stay awhile with her daughter, Mrs. Joe Stenberg at Elmore. Swallowing your pride will never give you indigestion. It's the rich matt who ddesn't hesitate to ask the store clerk to show him something cheaper. PILING CABINETS, 2, X 4 drawer, also combinaiion"n!< ing-storage cabineis in Variety of sizes. Office Supply Dept., Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. CURLY wants to sell LIGHT BULBS Regular lamps or special lamps . . . you can find the largest and most complete stock of lamps In N.W. Iowa. Don't be satisfied with anything less than genuine G.E. Lamps. They cost no more.' PRATT ELECTRIC CONSTRUCTION CO. Corner of State & Jones Phone CY 4-4326 Tuesday, February 27, 1962 Afgono (la.) Upper Del Molnes— 7 . u* MI. am, MMMAMJ.DMnM Minneapolis' very newest - finest in hospitality, food and service . Completely oli-condlHoned rooms and suites with FREE TV and radio. Heated Swimming Pod In garden setting, Holiday Dining Room - Coffee Shop. Near Metropolitan Stadium and airport - only minutes to downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul. Banquet - Meeting Facilities for up to 200. Children under 12 Free TU<e<fc 8-7911 TWXMP754 tt. S. Interstate 494 & 34th Avenue South MINNEAPOLIS MINNESOTA Phone CY 4-3535 — Your Newspaper BAAGO BAAGO COMPLETE CLOSING OUT AUCT AS I HAVE DECIDED TO QUIT FARMING I WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PERSONAL PROPERTY ON THE FARM LOCATED TWO MILES EAST AND V4 MILE SOUTH OF FENTON OR '/» MILE SOUTH, 3 MILES WEST AND Vi MILE SOUTH OF LONE R OCK ON TUES. MAR. 6 SALE STARTS AT 12:30 P.M. MURPHY'S LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS MUCH 1957 IHC "300" TRACTOR 1277 HOURS - LIKE NEW 1954 IHC Super C Tractor, Rubber Like New, A-1 Shape 1942 IHC "M" TRACTOR, Good Rubber, in good condition IHC "122" COMBINE, 12 Ft. with motor, straw spreader and pickup at tachment. Hydraulic controlled. Thi: Combine is cut down to a 9' 6", but can easily be made back fo a 12'. A-J Shape. Done very little work. MASSEY HARRIS, 2 row, self Propelled corn picker IHC 12' WINDROWER IHC FOUR ROW 455 CULTIVATOR - Like New IHC 450 PLANTER, Rubber press wheels, covering knives, double disc openers, hydraulic lift IHC 2-16" SLAT BOTTOM PLOW IHC 2-14" PLOW, PLOW CHIEF BOTTOMS IHC SEMI-MOUNTED TRACTOR MOWER IHC ENDGATE SEEDER CASE 4-WHEEL TRAILER WITH WOOD FLARE BOX NEW IDEA RUBBER TIRED TRAILER WITH WARDS STEEL FLARE BOX HIGH WHEELED WAGON AND STRAIGHT BOX, ALWAYS SHEDDED SNOWCO AUGER WAGON, LIKE NEW GALLOWAY FOUR SECTION DRAY WITH FOLDING EVENERS CASE 4-BAR SIDE DELIVERY RAKE MINNEAPOLIS MOLINE 10' FIELD CULTIVATOR 18' INTERNATIONAL DISC 12' ELECTRIC GRAIN AUGER TWIN DRAULIC MOUNTED SIX ROW WEED SPRAYER, COMPLETE NEW IDEA HORN LOADER No. 50 FOR WIDE FRONT END SNOW SCOOP, LIKE NEW JOHN DEERE FOUR ROW ROTARY HOE, LIKE NEW NEW IDEA 14A SPREADER JOHN DEERE 40' ELEVATOR, UNDERSLUNG DERRICK, TRUCK HOPPER, WIDE TYPE JOHN DEERE 15' DISC CONTINENTAL STALK CUTTER BOB SLED CASE RUBBER TIRED RUNNING GEAR AND FLAT RACK HYDRAULIC DRIVE ON WAGON HOIST 3 H.P. ELECTRIC MOTOR WITH 250' OF 220 CORD 15' LAND ROLLER 50 FOOT KEWANEE ELEVATOR WITH SPEED JACK AND POWER TAKE OFF ASSEMBLY, CAN BE USED FOR BALES 15 IN MONTGOMERY WARD HAMMER MILL WITH TRAVELING FEED TABLE, LIKE NEW 10' x 12' WALK-IN HOG FEEDER 100 BALES OF STRAW POULTRY SHELTER 12' x 20' BROODER HOUSE 8 CORNER BROODER HOUSE MISCELLANEOUS IHC WHEEL WEIGHTS 11 x 38 TRACTOR CHAINS HEAT HOUSER FOR C TRACTOR STEEL HOG TROUGHS CEMENT HOG TROUGHS VISE 300 GALLON GAS BARREL WITH HOSE 2 STEEL CALF TROUGHS ROTARY HOG FEEDER 50 GAL. HOG WATERER 2 FEED BUNKS - 14' x 16' 16' HAY FEEDER HAY GRAB FORK SLAT CRIBBING 4-TEN GALLON MILK CANS 3-12' x 14' CANVAS y x 2' x 8' COMBINATION STOCK TANK FORNEY 180 AMP. WELDER WELDING TABLE JOHNSON GAS TANK HEATER ELECTRIC FENCER - WEED CHOPPER DRILL PRESS TRACTOR UMBRELLA SAVAGE LAWN MOWER, 18" CATTLE DEHORNER ANVIL WRENCHES, SPADES, SHOVELS, FORKS 2 H.P. ELECTRIC MOTOR STEEL CRIB VENTILATORS 4 WOODEN GATES LAWN GATES DIMENSION LUMBER CHICKEN BATTERY KITCHEN UTENSILS POP COOLER SCREEN DOORS BIG CHIEF HOG WATERER HOG OILER BROODER STOVE CHICKEN FEEDERS & WATERERS 3-UTILITY 30 GAL. CHICKEN WATERERS HANGING FEEDERS SMITH EGG WASHER 2-THIEMAN 20 GAL. ELECTRIC CHICKEN WATERERS CHICKEN ROOSTS CHICKEN NESTS 12 STEEL STANCHIONS BARB AND WOVEN WIRE HIGH SPEED SHIELDS 4 LENGTHS OF 2" PIPE 20' LONG 2 LIBRARY TABLES COFFEE TABLE ROCKER LAMPS MANY ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION AUCTIONEERS NOTE: This, is a very gpod set of maehin ery, tractors, combine and corn picker. The very best. Machinery has always been shedded. TERMS- USUAL AUCTION TERMS, NOTHING TO BE REMOVED UNTIL SETTLED FOR. NOT RESPONSIBLE IN CASE OF ACCIDENTS HANS C. BJRKLANO AND LYLE BENSEN, AUCTIONEERS THE LONE ROCK BANK, CLERK

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