The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 3, 1962 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 3, 1962
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Progress ,0n New Street Building Mr. and Mrs. Garryl fifotisenol der and Vlcki wr& supper guests of the Bert Seeley* Thursday at Whlttetwore. Mr, and Mrs. Bernard Miller were Thursday evening callers at the Maurice Weisbrod home. Last weekend, Mrs. Glenn Householder and Gloria and -Mr. and Mrs, Garryl Householder and Vicki went to Omaha, Nebr. to visit the Darryl Householder family. Word has been received here that the Alfred Jorgensensy formerly of Lone Rock have bbught a ,21-Unit motel In La Jolla, Cal.! Florence Yager spent last week* end in Omaha with her nephew, the Walter Yagers. TROUBLES ; Henry Schwiesow, school bus driver for the Hawarden schools recently got the body of his bus wedged between two snowbanks. 1 After he freed himself from this predicament the bus lost a rear wheel. No one was injured. I Really now, isn't the most-curious thing in the world a woman who isn't? . - LuVERNE By Mrs. Fern Bigings Mrs. William Goetsch visited Friday (o Sunday with her daughter, Sonja Rae, senior at Morningside College, Sioux City. Mrs. Goetsch, Sonja Rae and her fiance, Jon Putnan, were guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dare] Putnan at Ponca, Neb., Saturday evening. Mrs. Goetsch called on her aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Elbert in Pocahontas enroute home. Mrs. Adolph Koester has returned from spending two weeks assisting with the new baby, Paul David, in the Robert Mueller home in Cedar Rapids. The baby was baptized Mar. 18 there with sponsors the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Koester. Mr. and Mrs. Charles McClellan of Council Bluffs are parents of their first child, a 9 pound, 8 ounce son, Charles Stewart, born Mar. 28. Mrs. McClellan is the former Helen Pergande, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pergande. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ramus and Billy went to Des Molries Friday for a weekend visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ramus. Mr. Ramus is convalescing from recent surgery. The Lutheran Layman League served a chili and oyster supper Thursday evening in the rooms of the Zion Ev. Lutheran church. 400 Eat Hearty At Beef Ass'n Annual Banquet Four hundred and sixty-eight pounds of standing rib roast of beef was consumed by 400 people at the annual Kossuth County Beef Producers' banquet March 29, according to Dean L. Barnes, Kossuth County Extension Director. The banquet was held at Garrigan high school. The meat was prepared by chefs from Hormel & Company, Austin, Minn. An entertaining talk was given by J. V. Rowe, Waterloo. New direc- Tuaidoy, April 3, 1961 Algono (la.) Upper D«s Mflfn««-<T tors elected were — Delmar Fischer, Lone Rock; Melvin Logemann, Ledyard; Ralph Bierstedt, Lone Rock and J. P. "Bud" Mcrtz, West Bend. New president elected by the beef producers' directors was Albert A. Anderson, Swea City. Tom Henry was named Kossuth outstanding 4-H beef project member at the banquet. The award was presented to Tom for outstanding achievement irt; beef project work, record keeping, leadership and 4-H activities. Tom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Henry of Algona. He is 17 years old and has completed six years , of work in the Union 4-H club under the leadership of Kenneth Strayer. THANK YOU! I have sold the OFFICE TAVERN To Henry Moore, who will Re-open it Very Shortly. Thank You For Your Ptist Patronage and I Invite You To Stop In and Meet The New Owner. EWOLD VOIGT (13*) t - ? treet Apartment .building on North Hall street Ini iah* nf, c ,- structure .will be completed and ready for use in about 90 days, tractor™ fho nm P -n ' scve "l workmen from the Andersen Construction Co., Emmetsburg, general con- foot building P J ' 8re Sh ° Wn flt W ° rk ° n the buildl "S site - The firm ' s bid was $47,660 for the 60 x 156 of $7783 g 64 P1 Zd b A?«nnn SuSS 1 -IT'.? 88 ^ successful plumbing and heating contractor with a bid brick stnir/nr? „T^ic ?? W° «"?.*> »e electrical work for a bid of $1,793. The building will be a DTICK structure and is located immediately north of the old city shed. (UDM Newsfoto - Engraving) Homemakers Met The Plum Creek Homemakers met Mar. 28 at the home of Mrs. Willis Etherington. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Berle Priebe, Mrs. Walter Mescher, and Mrs. Ronald Gardner. 17 members and two visitors were present. Inspiration was given by Mrs. Emma Paetz. Members were urged to attend Rural Women's Day on April 6, at the KC hall. All homemakers are asked to bring cleaning equipment to the community room Tuesday afternoon, April 10, for the annual house cleaning. Following adjournment, lunch was served >y the'hostesses.' The next meeting will be held April > 25. at the-home of Mrs. Duane, Hackett. Belated Birthday Mrs. Perry Collins 'entertained tbjpi birthday club of which Mrs. member at a one o'clock luncheon Saturday. This was a belated courtesy for Mrs. McDougall whose anniversary is Nov. -1. Others in attendance were Mrs. Esther Helberg, Mrs. Russell Cook, Mrs. Henry Johannsen and Audrey Frye. Attend Shower Mrs. Kenneth Geilenfeld and Jane and Mrs. Walter Zentner attended a post-nuptial shower at Burt Friday evening for Mrs Larry Olson, nee Nancy Geilenfeld. Due to bad weather conditions the shower had twice been postponed. Legion Meeting Kerr-Hammerstrom Post OL American Legion and its auxiliary will meet at the legion hall, Lone Rock, Apr. 4 at 8 p.m. Lunch will be served by Mesdames Ralph Thompson, LeRoy Klepper am. Jack Quinn. D.A.R. Meeting D.A.R. will meet Tuesday, Apr, 10. Program, "We Tour Our Schools", Mrs. El S. Dyvig. Hostesses ada Naudain, Mabel Tjaden Hazel Lusby, Elizabeth Schenck and Esther Quinby. Church Meeting Women of the First BapUsi church will meefApr. 3. Hostesses are Mrs. John Schimmel and Mrs Everett Richardson.. Mrs. Pau: Richardson will give devotions. MeeT April 18 Women of the Regular Baptist church will meet April 18. Helen Limbaugh and Sarah Nell Stebbins will be hostesses. Devotions will be given by Joan Andreasen. Attend Baptism Mr. and Mrs. William Laubenthal attended the baptism Mar. 11 at Emmetsburg of'their nephew, Dale Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Kerber. The Olsons Minn. live at Blue Earth, VVSCS Meeting Methodist WSCS will meet Thursday, Apr. 5 for a one o'clock luncheon. Chairmen are Mrs. Geprge Harris and Mrs. Joe Tschetter. The January circle of which Mrs. Marjorie Apple and Mrs. Roy Adams are chairmen will hold a bake meeting. sale after the Slumber Party Helen Skow was hostess at a slumber party Friday in celebration of her fourteenth birthday the previous week. Guests were Kitty Hardgrove, Gloria McVay, Linda Meelhause, Joy Meyer, Jeane Malueg, Rachael McNeill, and Peggy Schutter. Family Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Alden McAdams were at Des Moines a week ago Sunday, guests of the daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs, Julian Lovlyn at whose home a family dinner was given in celebration of the birthdays of Mr. McAdams and Sharmon Banning. Luncheon Set The Congregational Fellowship will meet for a one o'clock luncheon Thursday, Apr. 5. Ruth circle will serve. Devotions will be given by Mrs. Carol Plott. The program "Easter" will be given by Mrs, Hazel Lusby. To Clear Lake Several women of the Regular Baptist church plan to attend the special missionary meeting Thursday in the Regular Baptist church et Clear Lake. Persons planning tp attend are requested to meet at the church at 6:30 p.m. Bridge Club Mrs. Elizabeth Post will entertain her bridge club Wednesday at Mrs. Mabel Paxson's. Eight Specks The "Eight Specks" card club met last Wednesday with Mrs. Mabel M-P Club Meets Cresco Mothers & Daughters club will meet at the home of Mrs. Joe Buscher Apr. 11 with Mrs. John Simons assisting hostess. Birthday Club Mrs. Ed Blumer was hostess to her birthday club Friday afternoon. The anniversary of Mrs. Post was observed. Bridge Hostess Mrs. Arnie Ricklefs entertained her bridge club Thursday evening, Mrs. Dick Post won high score prize. Play Canasta Mrs. Emma Pittman entertained her Canasta Club last Monday afternoon. Former L-Rock Family's Home Gulfed By Fire Lone Rock — A telephone call was received Sunday from the Ronald Christensons, at Belgrade. Minn, telling that their house had been gutted by fire that afternoon. They had gone to visit friends and as they returned about 5 o'clock they saw smoke coming out of the upstairs windows. They went to a neighbor's house to cail the fire department. It seems to have started in the vicinity of a downstairs closet, which contained > Mr. and Mrs. Christensons clothes, was burned out and, the stairway above it, also their bed caught on fire. The whole house; and furnishings were badly water soaked and smoke damaged. Will Christenson, Mrs. A. A; Krueger and Michael Lee went* Monday to see the Cbristensoner' They were very fortunate to be able to move themselves into a furnished home ft mile from their 'arm until their own home can >e renovated. Mail Carriers Met The Kossuth County Rural Letter terriers and Ladies Auxiliary met at the Legion hall Mar. 24, with Mr, and Mrs. Herschel Hartman i? host and hostess. Those in attendance were. Mr. md Mrs. Guy Giddings, Mr. and Mrs. James Mallory, LuVerne. Jr. and Mrs. Joe Sinnwell, St. oe, Mr. and Mrs. Pat McGuire, Jurt, Mr. and Mrs. Steenhard, Laota, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Berg, wea City, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Jivens, Titgnka, and Mrs. Mary (enrich, Lone Rock. The guests brought a pot luck upper. Notes Of Servicemen Norfolk, Va. — Paul E. Geitzenauer, musician seaman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Geitzenauer of Lone Rock, has reported for duty with the staff of Commander Naval Air Force, Atlantic Fleet, at the Naval Air Station, Norfolk, Va. Goppingen, Germany — Army Specialist Four Dennis E. Olson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Olson. Route 1, Algona, recently participated in a combined arms phase of the five-week 4th Armored Division field training exercises in the Grafenwohr-Hohenfels area of Germany. The exercises stressed the ability of infantry, artillery, armor and logistical support units to work together under combat conditions. The 25-year-old soldier, a clerk n Company 8 of the division's 24th Engineer Battalion in Forth, entered the Army la February I960 and completed basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. He was graduated from Algona high school in 1955. ""amity Reunion Mr, and Mrs. Wilfred Radig and Mrs. Emma Radig, Fenton, visited Sunday to Tuesday at the Herman Radig home at Breckenridge, Minn. Other house guests were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Vasbinder, Pasadena, Cal., Mr. and Mrs. H. P. C. Mueller. Cedar Rapids, sister of the late Alex Radig, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Hantelman, Duluth, formerly of Fenton. A Kressin-Radig family reunion was hold Sunday at the Herman Radig home. All the house guests were dinner and supper guests on Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs Connie Jordheim, Walcott, N. D Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Laabs and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Voigt returned recently from a 3-week trip west. They visited with friends and relatives along the way stop- Hay? chjyractei: ^ be 9JBP. Los Angeles and San Francisco. Susan Montgomery, student at Coe College, Cedar Rypids. was a weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Lee. Hostesses for the U.P.W. meeting Apr. 5 in the church parlors will be Mrs. Ed Blancnard, Mrs. Walter Thompson, Mrs.. Andrew Thomson, Mrs. Rose Kraft and Miss Tena Jensen. Devotions will be by Mrs. Wm. Knoll and Mrs. Ralph Hammerstrom will be in charge of the program. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Blanchard and family, Mason City, visited Friday with his mother, Mrs Maude Blanchard. Thursday evening caliers *.t the Maurice Weisbrod home were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Marlow and Mr and Mrs. Allwin Lockwoort. Mrs. Jess Blanchard went to Des Moines Friday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Drown. Mr. Drown had surgery recently. Mrs. Blanchard returned home " ' ' III GIANT ESBAY, APRIL 11 STARTING AT 10:00 SHARP LUNCH - SALE BARN CAFE •K I EARLY LISTINGS ??;U--'-> -H i'Hh •• •;?. • ; • .; ; : '•,'.., .•'.-. : TRACTORS 2 Allis Chalmers Tractors 1 F-20 Formal! Plus Several Others Minn. Moline Model E Corn Shelter 1—1954 46 ft. model Kewanee Wide Type Elevator. FURNITURE ALL TYPES HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE WASHING MACHINE APPLIANCES TRUCKS 1959 3 /4 ton Chev. pickup. J-600 Int. 2 ton truck 1955 New Style Cab - 2 Ton Chev. truck, new motor excellent Condition. This 1959 pickup will definitely be sold to settle estate. This unit looks and is like new, 8,000 actual miles. THER MACHINERY 2M CORN PICKER 12 FT. MARSHALLTOWN FIELD CULTIVATOR 6 ROW TRAILOR SPREADER STAN HOIST, DRIVE ON HOIST 2x16" JOHN DEERE PLOW 2 ROW JOHN DEERE CULTIVATORS 15 FT. JOHN DEERE DISC SEVERAL MANURE SPREADERS TRACTOR SPREADER ON RUBBER HARROWS 4 - 290 FARMALL CORN PLANTER 1 - JOHN DEERE HAND CORN SHELLER 3 RUBBER TIRED WAGONS ENDGATE SEEDERS WINDROWER ROAD DRAG 1 - 12 FT. KOVAR SPRING TOOTH, Quick Tach for McCormick-Deering Tractor, 1 year old 1 - STROLLER 1 - TOT SEAT 4 - ELECTRIC MOTORS 3 - TOILETS 4 - SINKS 1 - PUSH LAWN MOWER 3 - APARTMENT SIZE STOVES - CONSIGNMENT 1 - REFRIGERATOR 1 - CLOTHES CLOSET 1 - BASSINET 2 - SMALL GAS SPACE HEATERS 2 - END TABLES 1 - ELECTRIC SPACE HEATER 2 - ELECTRIC FANS 2 - IRONING BOARDS 1 - 20 GAL. GAS WATER HEATER 15 - 5 GAL. PAINT PAILS 1 - 50,000 B.T.U. SPACE HEATER 1 - OIL BURNER SPACE HEATER MANY MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO LIST, BUT CONSIGNMENT OF HOG FEEDERS, CHICKEN FEEDERS, WATERERS, STEEL GATES, LAWN MOWERS, LOG CHAINS. ALL SMALL ITEMS SOLD IN SALE BARN RING. DON'T Ml SS THIS OPPORTUNITY TO TURN THOSE UNUSED ARTICLES OF FURNITURE, SMALL TOOLS, MACHINERY INTO CASH. THERE WILL BE SOMEONE AT THE ALGONA LIVESTOCK MARKET MONDAY AND TUESDAY TO BOOK IN YOUR CONSIGNMENTS. THIS IS ONLY A PARTIAL LISTING, SEVERAL TIMES THIS MUCH MACHINERY. na Livestock Market NORTH ON HIIGHWAY 169 AUCTIONEER - QUINN, LE i K, WEST AND SEILER (SALE BARN) .JL

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