The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 3, 1962 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 3, 1962
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3 Hurt In Wesley Crash t Minfc, Mr. M?d Mra.-A^gr _,„,. Sioux Falls, Sooth Dakota, Mf. and Mils, Weldon Snap, Mr. and Mf& Francis Torlfifi, Mr, and Mrs, Otfe Pingei, Mr. and Mrs. Blck'SSt "" and Mrs. Hilda -Fosgten, and thur and Albert JaebbSbri, "* bagOi , hiohwnvc, on aM^^oTvir^o'x "1 1"" "V ,"" c invo'vcd in a near-tragic crash at the intersection of highways 60 and,424 Wd'18) a mile east'of Wesley at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday,' March 21. The vehicle above, a, 1961 Pontiac, was driven by Oscar,Kugler, 52, Forest City, and the 1960 Buick shown below, was driven 1 by Donald Bell, 53, Clear Lake, at the time of the mishap. ' wii^Vn*^ 1 SU ? 0ere t s f v f^ fac ^i '-ft* eratipns, a possible injury to his: right eye and a skull fracture; Wilma Kugler, 38, wife of Oscar Kukler suffered minor facial and knee lacerations and a possible shoulder m tu fh /?i? r ?*' 5* ?on of the Kuglers, suffered fractures of the skull and Jaw and lacerations. All three of the injured were; taken first to..the Britt hospital arid Mr. Bell and the boy were transferred the same day to Mercy hospital,; Mason ,City, for further treatment. Kugler and his family^were neaded, west ;on 424 and Bell, who was alone, was. headed north on 60 at the time of the crash; Patrolman Dick'Pedersen, who was called to the scene at once, stated after the crash that charges are pending complete'investigation. Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst and Patrolman Bill Tordoff also went to the scene. (Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst Photos —UDM Engravings) ™™ man am Auxiliary Efedts At the regular meeting" of the VFW Auxiliary, Mar. 19, the* att» nual election of officers wa§ held, witn Mrs. George' Eden re-elected president.. Other officer's elected were senior vice president,' Mrs.' William Walstad, re-elected; junior vice president, Mrs. George Efllott, reflected j secretary, reappointed, Mrs. Gordon JOiiesj treasurer, Mrs. Kenneth Br6fie£; chaplain, re-elected, MJf's. Ahiery Charlstin, guard, Mrs. A. P. Clark; three year trustee, Mrs. William Mather, Jr. . Mrs. George Elliott and Mrs. Elmer Swanson had charge of • entertainment. The group played' password for a social hour. Lunch was served by Mrs. Kett- neth Brones, Urs. Lee Davidson. Mrs. Jens Madsen and Mrs.- Oliver Ewing. Mrs. R. Thomas Barnes' name was drawn for the $22 attendance prize. . . • : Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Alderdyce and Janet Walker were weekend ?uests at the parental Ralph Walker home. They celebrated Janet's «•• *>.'< Virgil Jensens Of Swea City Wed 25 Years Swca-Eagle .— Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Jensen were Honored'on their silver wedding anniversary with open house at their home Sunday, Mar. 18, from 2 to 4:30 in the afternoon. . > The f affair was sponsored , by their children, Mr. and Mrs. David Medema, Luverne, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Beier, Sioux Falls, South pakota, and Lowell at home. Mr, ,and Mrs. Medema were not able to be present. Virgil Jensen, Swea City, and Gladys Jacobson, Winnebago, Minnesota were married at Swea City, Mar. 16,1937.: The Jensens have farmed near Swea City' since their marriage. Mrs. Wayne Jorgensen and Lowell Jensen had charge of the guest book. Mrs. Beier was hostess, Mrs. Roy Jacobson, Winne- bago, poured coffee, and Mrs. Lester Hesseldahl, Winnebago, cut and served the cake. * Assisting in the kitchen were Mrs. Weldon Brandt, Mrs. Francis Torino, Mrs. Otto Pingel and Mrs. Dick Krumm. Supper guests at the Virgil Jensen home- included Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jacobson and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hesseldahl, Winnebago, AUCTIO Having sold my farm, I will sell the following described farm machinery and other personal property at the farm located 1 mile north '/2 mile east of Hlway Junction 18 and 44 at Whittemore, Iowa ON Saturday, April 7 Sale starts promptly at 1 p.m. 1952 H FARMALL A-l shape. Good tires. Wheel weight*. 1952 IHC 2-row cultivator; IHC Manure Loader, mounts on H; Good set of 11*38 tractor chains- IHC No. 45 baler, PTO, Baled less than 2000 bales, like new; No. 64 IHC combine, verv flood shape; IHC 4-row planter on steel, 5 yrs. old, A-l shape) 8 ft. MsCormiek binder, converted to windrower; IHC 7 ft. tractor mower; IHC 4-bar side rake, steel wheel*; 15 ft, Allis Chalmers disc; 4 section flexible drag; New Idea manure spreader, steel wheels; New Idea 4-wheel trailer with wood flare box; Steel wheel wagon with flatbed; 7 row tractor mounted weed sprayer; Tractor mtd. post hoi e digger, to fit IH tractor; 30ft gal. gas barrel and hose, on stand. MISCELLANEOUS - 110 gal. fuel barrel; 8 ft. Steel stock tank; Cowboy tank heater; Some creosote posts and woven wire; Barb wire roller; Bale fork; Chicken weterers end feeders; International electric cream separator; There are many pther articles too numerous to men. Hon, acquired in a lifetime of farming. HAY AND STRAW - About 400 bale* of straw; Some loose alfalfa hay In born. TOOLS - Electric drill, electric saw, socket wrenches, Ron chain hoist end ether good * P 'HOUSEHOLD COOPS - Table and ehairs; flectris refrigerator; Gas range; Seigler oil burner (rent nice); Lawn table. TERMS - Cash, or see your banker. No preporty to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents should any ottyr. JOHN MARTE YMngeberg and Baling, Auctioneers Farmer* State Sank, Whittfrnpre, Clerk birthday. Lyle Thompson, son of the Warren Thompsons, was honored on ms birthday Thursday evening, Guests were his grandparents, the Walter Thompsons, Bancroft, and the Frank Sanftfters; and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sanftner, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sanftner and family, Miss Neva Thompson, Lone Rock, and .Charles and Howard Thompson, Bancroft. Mrs. Floyd Treat entered Holy Family hospital at Esthervilie last Thursday and was scheduled for surgery Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Clark, Bill. Mary and John, drove to Crescr, Sunday to visit the Frank Waids. He is recuperating from an operation. Janet Thoreson was a weekend guest at the home of her parents, (he Cecil Thoresons. She accompanied the Elmer Alderdyces here from Fayette. .!, Mrs. Jim Kennedy was transferred from the Holy Family hospital at Esthervilie to the Mayo ClJnic, Wednesday, where she will undergo tests. , Mr. and Mrs. David Medema Luverne, Minn., became parents of a baby girl Mar. 13 at the Rock Rapids hospital! Kelly Marie weighed 7 pounds and 15 ounces. Grandparents are the Virgil Jensens and the. William Medemas- of Rock Rapids. The Floyd Brekkes, Ralph Gen- glers, Whittemore, and the Mike Kennedys with Joe Kennedy en Joyed supper at Northfojj Saturday evening, in honor of the elder Mr. Kennedy's blftftday. Several Mm this area attended the golden wedding anniversary open house for the Nick Loofts at Armstrong Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Looft, Ledyard, attended the National Rural Electric Cooperative Convention at Atlantic City, New Jersey, returning last Wednesday after 12 days in the east and south. On the way home, the foursome visited the Looft's son, the Donald Loofts at Alexandria, Va, Darlene Johnson, Glendon Peterson and Llhda Weber accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Gary Larson to Swea City from Cedar Falls to spend the weekend at their respective homes. All are college'stu- dents. RECORD When Godfrey Wenger, 02, of Manchester backed his car out of the driveway recently a remarkable record of accident-free driving came to an end. His view was blocked by a high bank of snow and his car was hit as he was backing out. It was the first auto accident he had since he started driving in 1913. MIMEOGRAPH PAPER, all sizes, colors — Upper Dos Moinas Pub.'Co.. Algona. Tuesday, April 3, Iffi Algona Qh,) Ppyy On Mbhte»-5 for a glorious week-end in Minneapolis itay at the New Al Uw N«w Hotel Maryland, on *nv **ek- end, you will get « large double room, for two in ih« Maryland'* faint- lou« Orleani room. fre« TV anrt parking Fret lodging to children under 14 when accom panied by pirenii. Special reduced ratet it theiKtt Alt CONDITlOtAB 100 IOOMI tOO JPAKKIINB mi IATHI Wrtl. fti«r»otl«« •nd krtxln. PHONE CY 4-3531 - YOUR NEWSPAPER Due to the death of my husband, I will sell ihe following described property on my farm located 2 miles west, 4,miles north andi4 miles west of Algona Highway; Junction 169-18; or 1 mile south and 1 mile east of Lotts Creek, on .... ' ' , ; ; SALE fd-START PROMPTLY AT 1:00 P.M. 19;- CATTLE - 19 11 - Holstein Cows, all in production now. Fresh since the last of January. 7 - Black Angus Calves, 2 weeks to 8 weeks old. 1 -Yearling Heifer, Test papers furnished day pfjjsale. This herd is a high producer, so don't miss this sale. •*$ • ;; i: DAIRY EQUIPMENT MasterBilt Milk Cooler, low type, 4 yrs. old. j' DeLaval Milker, pipeline for 12 cows. 15-gal. Water Heater. -- MACHINERY -- 1952 Allis-Chalmcrs WD Tractor, good tires, Heuthbuscr, chains, in A-l shape. 2-row cultivator. •' Humboldt Loader & Snow bucket IHC Regular tractor. Allis-Chalraers Combine, power take-oft', rear auger, A-l shape. New Idea 2-row Cornpicker, A-l shape. John Deere 15-ft. Disc. 4-section Drag. Springtooth, 12 foot. Oliver 2-16" Plow, throw-away lathe. John Deere 2-row Planter. I II C Binder. IHC 7-foot Tractor Mower. New Idea side rake, on steel. John Deere H Spreader. Wanl Hammennill, power take-off Field Master Sprayer, trailer type. 40-ft. Kewanee Elevator and drive- on hoist. 2 — 4 wheeled trailers, with steel flare boxes, good. Running gear and hay rack. Endgate Seeder. Humboldt Stalk Cutte* 10 FEEDER PIGS 200 BALES ALFALFA SOME STRAW '53 PICKUP 1953 CMC 94-ton, auVomatic transmission, new tires, com* bination grain and stock rack. BUILDINGS & MISC. 2 small brooder houses, long hag shed, walk-in hog feeder, 300-gal. gas barrel, hose and stand, jirnall steal tank with hog trough, small wood tank, 2 round hog feeders, heat lamp, hog troughs, exhaust fan and control/ grain auger, 2 fences. TI3KMS: CASH. No property to be removed until settled for, Not responsible for accidents should any occur. Mrs. MELVIN WALKE Yungeberg and Edgej Aucti0n4|rs State Bank, Algona, clerk.

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