The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 3, 1957 · Page 4
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4~A»§6na (la.) Uppw tat Maine* Thursday, Jon. 3, 19S7 Students And Teachers Pay Ledyard Visits Ledyard ~ Karen Schroeder, I.S.r.C. Dclrnar Kramersmeier ln>ni Drake, Jean Brandt who attends Luther College in Deco.rah, Dennis Poppe who attends I'obm Collide in *'ort Dodge, Rosaiyn Bashara who attends Mankato Business College. Ella McUonalo who attends Brairclitf College in Sioux City, and Mary Ellen Farrow of the same college, Judy Giiberison who teaches at Bei- moiKi, Allaire Farrow who teaches at Forest City, Natalie Hardt who teaches at Minnesota Lake, I'at Sullivan who also teaches, Beverly Bashara who teaches ai trowne, Peggy Mayer who works for "Look" magazine in Da JMoines, Melva Burrow who works in an office at Mason City, Dar- lem> Busch who attends Gale Institute in Minneapolis, and Maxine Busch who works in a Bank in Minneapolis, all were home for the holidays. Mr and Mrs George Thompson spent the Christmas holiday at the homes of their three sons and their families in Sioux City. Gerald Keefe came home on Sunday from Treasure Island, San Francisco to spend a Christmas furlough with his parents, Mr and Mrs Bernard Keefe. Mr and Mrs Ervih Klinksiek and their children and Craig Thilges left on Wednesday to spend Christmas with the Lawrence Mayne family in Long Beach, Calif. They also plan to attend the Rose Bowl game. • Friends here will be sorry to learn that Minnie Galagan, mother of Mrs Jessalyn Weinberger, former Ledyard Postmistress, broke her hip recently. She had just recovered from the other hip fracture of a year ago. Her ad- dres$ is 3728 Colfax Avenue, South Minneapolis 9, Minn. Mr and Mrs D. A. Carpentei c.ame home from Rochester on SUnday where Mr Carpenter had been in the Methodist Hospital for treatment for a heart condition. \ Mi* and Mrs W. E. Wiemer visited Ma- E. E. Williams at Friendship Haven in Fort Dodge on Sunday. \Dr. and Mrs Paul Wilson and s.ons .David.and Dexter of Waterloo came on Saturday to spend the Christmas Holidays with Mrs Marie Halvorson and Marvel. , Mr and Mrs John Batchelor and four children of Gary, Ind. came on Sunday to spend Christmas ftt the D. A. Carpenter home. ' Mir Edvigard Knoner left on Sunday for Tulsa, Okla. to spend Christmas at the home of his son and wife . Mr and Mrs John Knoner. Mrs Edward Knoner and son Dennis who had been in San Diego visiting another son Don came as far as Tulsa to spend (.he Holidays and will accompany Mr Knoner home after Christmas. Mrs Lena Warner entertained the Leonard Warners of Algona, the Jerry Warners of Bancroft, the Clarence Ackersons of Wesley, the Ed Kerrs of Los Angeles, California, and the Harold Warners of Ledvard for Christmas, Mrs Richard Schmertzler and daughter Cynthia went to Des Moines on Wednesday and visited at the Gteorge Gonias home. Qn Sunday Peggy Mayer accompanied them home for the Holidays. Mr and Mrs George Gonias and children came on Monday for Christmas at the Mayer home also. IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT II Algona Upper Des Moines FARM SALE CALENDAR Farm sales appearing in the Algona Upper Des Moines wili receive free listing in this column every week, and also will bi. broadcast before the sale cla> over Algona's radio station KLGA on the 11:55 a.m. and 4:25 p.m. news. Sale advertising in the Algon,. Upper Des Moines reaches molt families in this area than through any other advertising medium List your sale dates early with ihe Upper Des Moines. Jan. 3, Thursday — Robert Berkeland, 2 W., 2 N.. ',4 W. u, f'enton. Complete line machinery, 25 head springing llolstein heifers, etc. Lloyd Berklancl & Lyle Benson, auctioneers; Firsi Trust & Savings Bank, Fenten. clerk. Sale details last week. January 7, Monday — G. T. "Gig" Berg, complete dairy dispersal sale including dairy cowa and equipment, hay and straw, 2 pickups. Farm is located 3 miles south and 3 miles east ol Elmore, Minn. Quinn & Oldenberg are the auctioneers and the Rake bank is the clerk. Complete details will be found in this issue of the UDM. Jan. 8, Tuesday — Charles Colwell of LuVerne will have a complete closing out farm auction. Full details in the Upper Des Moines today. January 8, Tuesday — Ben Hinders sale, 3% E. and 3V4 N. of Wesley, 29 head of feeding cattle, machinery, etc. Full details in UDM today. H. H. Drummond, auctioneer; First Stale Bank, Britt, clerk. Jan. 9, Wednesday — Lawrence Newbrough sale, % west Lone Rock, Line IHC machinery, J25 ewes. Yungeberg & Quinn, auctioneers. Details in today's UDM. Jan. 10, Thursday — Earl Crouch dairy dispersal sale, 2V2 N., 1 E., and Vz north of Fenton. Lloyd Berkland, auctioneers. Sale details in today's UDM. Jan. 10, Thursday — Ed Ellwood, 5 mi. south and : !j mile east of Algona, complete closing out of nearly new line of machinery and white-face cattle. ifungeberg & Quinn, auctioneers. Iowa State Bank, clerk. Full details in today's UDM. January 21, Friday — Frank Cunningham sale, 1 N. junction 18 & 169, first place west. Full line machinery, 34 head feeder cattle. Quinn & Yungeberg, auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, clerk. January 23, Wednesday — Bob Behrens, complete dairy dispersal sale, plus some hogs and hay. Farm located 2 miles west and 6 miles north of Buffalo Center. Quinn & DeVries, auctioneers, Details in UDM later. Jan. 24. Thursday — Leroy Sprout, complete closing out sale at farm located % mile south, mile west and ¥<> south of Cylinder. Cylinder State Bank, clerk, and Lloyd Berkeland and Norman Bortvit, auctioneers. Jani 29, Tuesday — Art Bleck- -wenn complete closing out sale. This will be a large sale at the farm Ipcated 5 miles south and 2% mi. west of Fenton. Lloyd Berkland and Lyle Bensen, auctioneers, and Cylinder State Bank, clerk. Further details in UDM later. Jan. 31, Thursday — A. N. Erpelding will hold a big sale, including much . excellent machinery, at the farm 4 east on McGregor St, and 1 l k miles south of Algona, Quinn & Reiling will be the, auctioneers; Iowa State Bank. Algona, clerk. Sale details in the Upper Des Moines prior to the sale. Feb. 5, Tuesday — Floyd Gre- g'ny. 3 rnilv,-s west of Algona tin ""ivi !•'>" i.iiai-krop. Complete c:0;,;ng out sj'lo, a big sale and in.Juacs a cuinplele line 01 gooc machinery and one ot the best I.!!;<CK Angus herns in th;s area. iji'i K & Honing, Wtsley, auclion- I.-L-US, and St/cumy State Bank, Aifcuna, clerk. t mi details in the UDM later. February 6, Wednesday — Ivan Peterson and Virgil Jensen, complete closing out sale on farm located 4 in lies south and '2 mile t'a.st of Swea City. Quinn & Clark, auctioneers, and Swea City State Bank, clerk. Feb. 7, Thursday — Mrs Bernita Solberg, complete closing put sale at farm located 4'.2 miles south of Ringsted. Lloyd Berkland and Lyle Bensen, auction eers. Further details in UDM later. Feb. 14, Thursday — Wm. Huis- in.m, ] '•;; miles west of rainbow bridge at Xitonka, complete line of very good machinery and Holsluin CMW.S. Quinn & Yunge- berg, auctioneers. Titonka Savings Bank, clerk. • WESLEY By Mrs. Viola Studer Mr and Mrs Halvor Flom were Christmas Day guests at the Wallace Donovan home at Spirit Lake. The women are sisters. Sandra Flom, student nurse at Des Moines, spent several days over the holiday at her parental Mike Flom home. Mr and Mrs Flom and Roger drove to Des Moines Sunday to get her. Marie Ostercamp, 4th grade teacher in Biwabik, Minn., will arrive Saturday, Dec. 29, to spend a week vacation in the parental Tony Ostercamp home. Other guests on Christmas day were lla Ostercamp of Garner and Mr and Mrs George Ostercamp ana family. Mr and Mrs Lowell Erdman of Decorah spent Christmas Day with his parents, Mr and Mrs Paul Erdman and friends. He had visited Hans Engen in Rochester, Minn. Friday, Dec. 21. The two men had been fishing companions for several years. Mr and Mrs Martin Hamilton entertained all of their employees from Wesley, Algona and Lu- Verne and their wives and husbands at a 7 o'clock dinner Thursday .evening, Dec. 20, at Van's Cufe, Algona. Mr and Mrs Carlos Johnson of Clinton, Mo, came Saturday to spend several days in the George Ricke home. The women are sisters. Another sister, Mrs Arden Hovland, her husband and family of Minneapolis came Monday to spend Christmas there. A brother, Arnold Stufflick and family of Kanawha were also guests at Ricke's Christmas Day. Mr and Mrs George Ricke and family and their house guests, Mr and Mrs Carlos Johnson of Clinton, Mo. were Sunday dinner guests at the Arnold Stufflick home at Kanawha. Mr and Mrs Harold Luken and sons, Butch and Danny of Minneapolis came .Saturday night and were houseguests of his sister, Mrs Viola Studer. They all visited their mother, Mrs Jennie Luken at St. Ann hospital, Algona. Mrs Elof Pearson and two children, Leland and Leslie left Saturday morning for Ottumwt. where they will be guests of Mrs Pearson's parents, Mr and Mrs -EF. Stansberry. They will also visit relatives at Davenport, Cedar Rapids, Mt. Vernon and other places for 10 days. The Evangelical Free Sunday WILTGEN'S STORE-WIDE WE NEED ROOM! We Need Room To Add 2 New Liaec To Our Store. Sh-h-hl Announcement Later On The New Unogl In The Meantime. We're Hplding a Store-Wide. Clesn-Sweep Clearance, 20% to t RADIOS * WOODEN TRAYS , f WATCHES t LAZY SUSANS f JBWEUiy OF AI4, JUMPS t NECKLACE ANP EARRING SETS t EVENING PURSES t IPENT BRACELETS TRADE-IN YOUR OLD WATCH Up To $25 For Yowr Old Watch On Trade-in Jewelers LOOK FOR THE YELLOW SALE TAGS School and Choir presented their Christmas program Sunday evening. Dec. 23. ; A family dinner paTty Wa« h<fid at Ihe Anton Pearson farrA h&tne Christmas Day. Those who attended included Mr and Mrs Carson Simpson, the Lou Simpson and Stanley Simpson families, ell of Wesley; the Lloyd Gerber.s of Algona; Bob Lewerkes of Uar- ner, Kenneth Donovans of Spirit Lake and Art Larsons of Buffalo Center. Mr and Mrs Frank Bleich, Mr and Mrs L. L. Lease, Joe Johnson and Mrs Helen Johnson attended a Christmas party at the Legion hall at West Bend Thursday evening given by the service company. A family pre-Christmas dinner was held at the parental Lou Lickteig farm home Sunday. Those who attended were the Ed Licktcigs of Livermore, George Lickteigs of Bancroft, Ed Kenyons, Whittemore; Paul Bergers, Corwith; Albert and Robert Lickteigs, Wesley. Tom Lickteig is wim the army in Germany.. Mary Tjaden, who teaches school in Spencer, and Betty Tjaden, who attends Iowa State College, are spending their holiday vacations at the parental, Ralph Tjaden home. Mrs Robert Hutchinson and Mildred Schaffer drove to Bes Moines Friday afternoon to get the former's husband. He Has been a patient "fit the veteran's hospital for several weeks and will speftd the holidays with hi* family. Sunday !guest* at the parental Frarlk * oX home for a pre-Chftst- mas dinner party were Mr and Mrs WilMs Schwartz and «on Norman of Clear Lake, Mr and Mrs Franklin Fox and family and Mr and Mrs Mark Studer and family of Wesley. Frank Fox and son Willis, Mrs Schwartz and Norman left Sunday afternoon for Puxlco, Mo. to spend Christmas with th* former's mother, Mrs Lucy Fox and other relatives there and at St. Louis and several other places. Ellen Loebig, a student at St. Mary's Academy, Milwaukee, Wis. came Saturday to spend the holiday vacation at her parental Victor Loebig home. Other guests at the parental home were Mr and Mrs Kenneth Rasmussen of Foi-est City, Mr and Mrs J6hn Loebig and Mr and Mrs Elery Loebig of Britt and their families. Ellen will leave for Milwaukee Wednesday, Jan. 2. Tony Seller, who is employed at Cedar Rapids ,carne Saturday to spend the holidays with his wife and other relatives. They joined other relatives for a Christmas dinner party at the Dale Swaney home at Britt. Mr and Mrs Edmund Loebig and two sons of Rochester, Ind. came Sunday to spend several vs with relatives here, Mr and Mr^ Evroul Loebig of Denver, Colo, also arrived San- < day. A Loebig family party was held Christinas day at the Wilfred Loebig home. Those who attended were the Edmund Loebips, Eyroul Loeblgs and the Al Loe bigs and Jack Lickteigs of Wesley. Their other brother, Gordon, and family live at Mineral Wells, Texas. They are sons and daughters of the late Mr and Mrs Ed Loebig. Mr and Mrs Dennis Carlson and family left Sunday morning for a week's vacation with relatives in South Dakota. Adolf Gintes' mother, Mrs Fred Girres, is critically ill in Garner. Carrie Engen, who is employed in Des Moines, was hostess to a group of former classmates and friends in her home Saturday evening. January Schedule For Homemakers The Home Economics lesson for January in Kossuth County centers around yeast breads. A schedule has been set up whereby six all day lessons will be presented to the leaders from homemaker's groups participating. This schedule includes — Jan. 3 — LuVerne and Prairie townships held at the John Lud- wig home. Jan. 4 — Portland, Buffalo, Plum Creek and Wesley townships. • Jan. 7 — Lincoln, Hebron, Led* yard and German townships held at the Chas. Gutknecht home. Jan. 8 — Fenton, Lone Rock, Burt and Union townships and towns at the Owen Berhow home. j an . 9 _ Harrison, Grant, Swea and Seneca townships held at the Ralph Walker home. Jan. 10 —- Garfield, Cresco, Riverdale, Irvington townships at the Nick Weydert home. All urban or rural groups in 'he ar*a listed are welcome to ; end two leaders from their group to receive the lesson and in turn take it back to their group. The lesson will commence at 10:00 a.m. and continue until 3:00 p.m. with a pot-luck dinner at noon. For more information concerning the lesson, call at the County Extension Office. Pre-Xmos Auto Sole Hits 43 New car and truck sales in Kossuth county spurted to 43 during the past two weeks, a marked increase over the previous month, according to registrations at the county terasurer's office. Owners and make of vehicles ; sad Bancroft. , • <Shetroi«. — Marlm Swea City; H. E. Kneeht* Wesley; Lyle Patterson, Buffalo Center; W. R. German, Algona; Ls F. Garman, Corwith; J. A. Camp, Algona; Har&'ld tfielsen, LuVertie; Wayne Jdrgenson, Swea City; Caroline CAKunkel, LuVerne; Albert Hellnteh, Bancroft; L L. Smith, Armstrong: J. H. Kettma, Bancroft; and CogJey Farm, Bancroft. ford **• Clarence Boettcher, pickup, Elmore; fiartlett Bros, Titonka; Hallard Snydef, Jr., Algona; Peter Blumer, LuVerne; Richard Menke, Bancroft; Oscar Peterson, Swea City; George Seaberg, Wesley; He* Taylor, pickup, Algona; R. H. Siemmers, Lakota; Richard Sarchet, Algona; Harold Kuchenreuther, • Algona; Roy Ringsdorf, Burt; Glen Kollasch, Whittemore; and Mary Kuchenbecker, Elmore. Pofttiac — E. T. McGuire, Al- g °DeSoio — J & L Motors, Algona* _. Plymouth — P. E. Inman, Ban- Olds — N. L. Cotton, Lone Rock; Marie Hawcott, Algona- and Tom Verhuel, Algona. Dodge — Carl Meyer, Lakota; and Arnold Becker, Buffalo Center. LOCATION: Having decided to quit farming, I will sell the following described property to the highest bidder at public auction on the farm located: % mile west of Lone Rock or 4«/ 2 miles east of Fenton. » STARTING AT 12 NOON • LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS « NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS Line of "Machinery 1953—4-M Corn Picker. 1954 IHC 64 Combine. IHC 45T Baler, with" PTO, baled less than 2,000 bales. 1953 IHC 448—4-row Cultivator. IHC 228—2-row Cultivator. 1949 IHC 4-row planter, with Fertilizer Attach. 1954 New Idea 52-ft. Elevator, wide type. IHC Tractor Seeder. 1954 IHC Side Delivery Rake. IHC 25V 7-ft. Tractor-Mower. THREE TRACTORS 2—1942 "M" Tractors with Pcwerpack, lights and starter. A-l condition. 1—1939 F-SO Tractor. IHC 12-ft. Tandem Disc. IHC 15-ft. Disc. 15-ft. Tower Disc. IHC 8-ft. Springtooth. Case 15-ft. Roller. IHC 8-ft. Windrower. IHC 200 Manure Spreader. E-Z Flow Fertilizer Spreader. IHC 2-16" Plow, slat bottom, on rubber. IHC 2-14" Plow, slat bottom, on steel. 6-section Drag with steel evener. ATHFD MAf^lllNPDV- Walsh Tmctpr-Sprayer, 1952 Hum bo kit Manure Loader & Snow Scoop, IHC Running Gear and Steel Box, VIlBkH IflHvnHlCnii New Holland Running Gear & IHC Steel Box, Wagon on wood with Flare Box, Wagon on steel with straight box, Gehl 8-inch Hammer Mill, 50-ft. Belt, Rotary Hoe Attachment for 4-row Cultivator, John Deere Speed Jack, PTO Speed Jack, 2 Flat Racks. ; ; * 2 Holstein Cows * lOuernseyCow * 1 Shorthorn Cow * 1 Yearling Heifer 125 YOUNG EWES Si BUILDINGS * 2 — - Brooder Houses, one 12xl4-ft. on skids * Walk-in Hog Feeder * 14-f t. Feed Rack * 3 — Feed Bunks_ * 2 — Sheep Racks 300 BALES ALFALFA HAY 400 BALES OF STRAW 220 HI-LINE CHICKENS -.--i^^b^Y •-<fJj^toK*r*->J£a^gigfcT:'' ^a^PB*-Wl||^*i^a|j^W^^ * 30 Pieces of lil'tfiW Lumber and other lumber, 6 rolls of 5<Mt. Cribbing, Tank Heater, 8'ft. Steel Tank, Mei Cflrob Electric Brooder Stove, 50Q-chiek size, Stewart Shearmaster, combs and blades, Dehorning Clippers, Alemite Pressure (Jims, Hydrauli<j Wagon Jack, 300-gal, Gasoline Tank, 3 Sets Tractor Chains. : TERMS; Cash, or make arrangements with your hanker before, gale date. In fl -11 H mm AUtT!ONEE«W: Yungtberf & Quinn NEWBR few l«9»ft

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