The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 24, 1957 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 24, 1957
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ffa.) fog Metft«t Thursday, Jon. 24, !rf f Uppst Des Maine* rARM SAIE CALENDAR Farm sales appearing in the Algona tipper Lies Moines will rtveive fret listing in tnis column every week, and aiso will be broadcast before the sale day Over Algona's radio station KLGA on the 11.55 a.m. and 4:^:> p.m. news. Sale advertising in the Algona Upper Des Moines reaches more families in this area than tlirougu •any other advertising medium. List yuur saie oates early With tne Upper Des Moines. Jan. 24, Thursday — Leroy Sprout, complete dosing out at tann located Viz mile south, -i mile west and \*i sou in ol cylinder. Cynnder Stale BanK, c.erk, and LJoyd Beriteland anu •• Norman liortvit, auctioneers. JSait details UDM last week. Jan. 25, Friday—Regular sale, Algona Auction bale barn, 1 p.m. J*.n 25, Friday — Reguiar sale, f- Humboldt Bales Barn. J Jan. 26, Saturday — Wesley *1 Livestock Sales, details UDM to"day. Jan. 26, Saturday—Ray Laabs, ... Lone Rock, sale of hybrid feeder ; pigs. Lloyd Berkeland, atiction- 1 eer; Lone Rock Bank, clerk. De-- tails in UDM today. ;. Jsn. 29, Tuesday — Art Bleck« wenn complete closing out sale. * This will be a large sale at the '" farm located 5 miles south and 'I, 2^i mi. west of Fenton. Lloyd « Berkland and Lyle Bensen, auc- •" tioneers, and Cylinder State * Bank, clerk. Further details in ' UDM today. Jan. 30, Wednesday — Dairy cattle consignment sale, Algona ' Sales Barn. Details today. Jan. 31, Thursday —A. N. Er; pelding will hold a big sale, m- * eluding much excellent ma," cninery, at the farm 4 east on Mc= Gregor St, and 1 te miles south of , Algona. Quinn & Reiling will . be the auctioneers; Iowa State m Bank, Clerk. Complete sale de* tails in UDM today. Friday. Feb. 1 — Mrs Alkx « Voster complete closing out sale " at farm located Vz mile west and " 4 miles south and *£ mile west , of Ringsted. Lloyd Berkland & * Lyle Bensen, auctioneers. Ring sted State Bank, clerk. | Feb. 4, Monday — Harvey > Kooker sale, 3 north, 2 east, jet. 169 and 18, Algona. Quinn & ! Yungeberg, auctioneers; Security State Bank, clerk. Sale details UDM next week. Feb. 5, Tuesday —• Floyd Gre gory, 5 miles west of Algona on "old 18" biackt6p. Complet* closing out Sale, a: big sale and includes a complete line of gooc; machinery and one of the besi Black Angus herds- in this area. Leek & Reiling, Wesley, auctioneers, and Security State Bank Algona, clerk. Full details in the UDM later. » Feb. 7, Thursday — Louis Scheppmann closing out sale, 4 south. 3 east, Vt north of Algona. Fraser & Quinn, auctioneers; Security State Bank, clerk. Sale details later. Feb. 1, Thursday — Mrs Bernita Solberg, complete closing OUT sale at farm located 4te miles south of Ringsted. Lloyd Berk' land and Lyle Bensen, auctioneers. Further details In UDM later. February 6, Wednesday—Linus Petersen and Virgil Jensen, complete closing out sale on farm located 4 miles south and Vfe mile »east of Swea City. Quinn & Clark, auctioneers, and Swea City State Bank, clerk. Feb. 8, Friday — John Fabris closing out, 3 west and 3 north of Fenton. Berkland and Benson, auctioneers; First Trust & Savings Bank, Armstrong, clerk. * Sale details later. Feb. 12, Tuesday — George R. Davis closing out sale. De, tails 'later. Feb? 12, Tuesday ~ Elmer Ste- britz sale, l*k north Cylinder and 1 east. Cattle and farm machinery. Sale details later. Berkland & Benson, auctioneers; Cylinder State Bank, clerk. . Feb. 14, Thursday .*» Win. Huis- rnan, 1 *k miles' west of rainbow bridge at Titonka, complete lipe of very good machinery ahc Holstein cows. Quinn & Yunge- toerg, auctioneers. Titonka Sav- 4n&s Bank, clerk. • S ^W»/ 16. Saturday — Schli.ckel- ma» -••& Klingaman daily dispersal ^saie, > 41 'head purebred and high^gTiade Holsteins. Farm Joca> ed 4% . east of Emmetsburg. Itloy4 Serkland and Charles Quinn, .auctioneers; Cylinder State Battk, clerk. Sale details feter. -,.... ftbjrujury 18- Monday — Armor, H So. Irvington, €ul' naachinei-y. etc. Youngeberg & QWun, auctioneers; Security State, ' - . AROUND ALGONA' ' T-V Shew » '•+ Kenneth Patterson of Swea •* City, jpre^id^&t <4 the Kossut|» 2 KttJ9ii«l farmers Organization •# UlWti .auaoyr^es that there will <* ba an NFiQ'panel discussion over *"** S*'J! |>-m,, Sunday, Jan. Mr* Cfcil McC:nnis was host<?«:•> tr> h?r sewing ciub Tutvdn: afternoon. the Hfppy Birthday club wil; meet Friday aftnn.xm at the home of Mrs C. R. McQuiston. —O— Mrs Charles Hinken was h-ssl ess to her bridge club on Wednesday afternoon. MM Elizrbelh Post was hostess to the Eight Specs card club on Wednesday evening. Mt and Mi* Jack Chrischiller spent from Sunday through Tuesday on a business trip to Minneapolis. —<i— Mf end Mrs Lester Johnson are en a throe week? trip to Alabama and other southern points where they are visiting relatives Mrs Hulda Kollssch vrss visit ed on Sunday by her son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Howard Lunsman of Spencer. —o— Wayne PauJ, infant son of Mr and Mrs Wayne Myers, was baptized Sunday at St. Cecelia's Church. Mr and Mrs Harvey Johnscn are spending six weeks at Winter Park. Florida. They left Al gona on Wednesday, Jan. 9. —o~— W. F. Colwell and the Rev. M. H. Brower plan to go to Fort Dodge, Monday, as official delegates from the local Presbyterian church to winter Presbytery. —o— Mr and Mrs Harold Hobson were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs Hobson's son and daughter- in-law, Mr and Mrs Merle Pratt at Clear Lake.* Mr and Mrs Arthur Glaser and Danny and Margaret were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Milward at Garner on Sunday. Mrs Milward is the Glaser's daughter. Ruth Schadendorf, who suffered injuries in the skating rink accident, was released Tuesday from St. Ann hospital and is now at the Mrs Leota Halpin home where she rooms. Mrs Howard* Slephenson and little son, Jeff Allan of Mallard spent last week here at the parental Arthur Glaser's. Mrs Stephenson is the former Darlene Glaser. Mr and Mrs Grady Phillips had as their guests on Sunday, Mr and Mrs Ben Ingelbritzen and daughters, Nancy and Gayle, for-, rner residents now of Winneb'ago, Minn. Bel Canto Music club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mi's Fred Geigel. Mrs W. M. Anderson had charge of the program which was on Negro music. The Catholic Daughters of America are having a card party this evening, (Thursday) at the Academy hall. Mrs L. E. Linnan is chairlady and the public is invjted. Bridge, 500 and Canasta will be played. Homer Clark spent several days of last week with his family here. The construction project at Iowa City where he is employed was interrupted b# heavy snows. He returned to work on Monday. -^o — The Guild, business women's organisation of the Presbyterian church meets Monday evening at the home of Helma Proper. Jessie Smith will give devotions and the ,Rev. M. H. Brower will present the program. ^ U.Q ,. Mrs Arthur Glaser and daughter, Mrs Howard Stephenson of Mallard entertained at a neighborhood coffee last Tuesday as a farewell courtesy for Mrs Harold Brandt. Mr and Mrs Brandt and son, John left Wednesday for Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Mr and Mrs A. J. Ricklefr were at Rochester, the latter part of last week, where they were with Mr Ricklef's father, William Ricklefs of Titonka. The elder Mr Ricklefs underwent surgery that corrected injuries suffered in an auto accident a number of years -ago. , — o — Mrs Kenneth Renken is having a party this afternoon, (Thursday) in honor of the eighth birthday of her son, Larry. Guests are David and Linda Runke, Jean Sigsbee, Cheryl Egli, Tina and Bill Qbrecht, Terry McKean, Larry Munger, Terry Long, Becky Fraser, Jackie Hardgroye and Brenda Sjogren. Severa) local women will attend the meeting of the Kossuth County American Legion Auxiliary to be held Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 29 at the Legion Hall in Lakota. Mrs Lily Foth, Algona, District Membership Chairman, will speak on membership. Mrs flomer Clark, Algona, is secretary. Hcbefl Verne!!, Sin of lit snd Mr> .K..'os-:t XUi.u- nf Al.iniui.d, «•;-•.> bi-.pu/ea buiuiay <u L;U. Saviours Luineran cnurch there. Mr? Mune is ffu> t...i;:ier Kav iur igiove. .Sponsors vve;e ;-.'irj tugtny Schsikciineuier, Algonn, anu U>.an Meiru' of SIOMX \-ity. Alt; net ing from this a<ea were i he grandpa! t'nis, Mr and Jvm J. V. Hamgrove, Algona ana Arnold tat me, Whitiemore, aiiu Mr and Mrs Eugene Schattscn- iieider, Peggy, I'nylhs and Jacf. Hardgrove and Mr and Mrs Bill ijoss, fenion. Mr ana Mrs Meine cnuuji|iiiied at dinner fo.'lowmg ne left-Vices. Stroke Fatal Monday For Mrs Wit ham Last rites for Mrs Hnttic Witham. 91. a long-time resident .if Algona. were held Wednesday it 2 p.m. in McCullough's Funeral Chapsl. Rev. Harry Whyf.e. Methodist minister, officiated, and burial followed ' in Riverview cemetery. Mrs Witham died following a ftroke Monday at 7:50 a.m. in the Wilfair Haven Rest Home at Burt. She had been at the rest home since the end of December Born in Union township July 9, 1865, Hattie Chase spent practically her entire life in this area. She lived for a short time at Maquoketa and later married F. A. Witham here. Mrs Witham was a member of the Methodist church, where at one time she taxight an adult religion class in the Sunday school, and a lifelong member of the W.S.C.S. in which she served actively until her health failed. Mrs Wilham was found unconscious in her home where she lived alone Dec. 18, 1956. She was taken to St. Ann hospital, where she remained for ten days, then was transferred to the Burt rest home where she died. Survivors include a daughter, Myrtle (Mrs VSning). Des'Moines 1 four sons, Everett, Seneca; Roy. Clear Lake; Clair, Boone; ana Harry, Anoka, Minn., 20 grandchildren and several great- children. Pallbearers at the funeral were William Foster, William Run-, chey, Wallace Simpson, Don Ka.jewski, Art Cruikshank 'and George Lee. George Sefrifs Father Passes Funeral services for George W. Sefrit, 88, father of a well-known Algonan, George W. Sefrit, Jr., were held Wednesday afternoon Jan. 16, in the Rhoades Funerai Home at Mount Ayr. Burial was in the Rose Hill cemetery there. Mr. Sefrit died Jan. 14 in lown Methodist hospital at Des Moine.s of injuries received when he wa;. struck by a car at the crossing of Sixth and Grand Avenues in Des Moines Jan. 6. He suffered head injuries and a fractured leg in the mishap. A Des Moines man, Clifford J. Romans, Jr., was driver of the car. The elder Mr Sefrit was born in Illinois, later farming for many years near Delphos in Ringgold county. He had been a resident of Des Moines for the past 12 years, and lived at the Milner Hotel. Besides the son living here, survivors include another son, Frank ,New Market, and four daughters. They are Mrs Ven- Diebert, Des Moines, Mrs Bess Lipley, Diagonal, Mrs Audrey Seaton, Perry, and Mrs Amy Spencer, Sarasota, Fla. George Sefrit, Jr., is vocational agriculture instructor in the local high school. Wesley Wedding, Jon. 2 Kossuth Exceeds '56 Bond Quota Kossuth county made it to the top and then some during 1956 'with purchases of saving bonds. County residents purchased a total of $1,724,545. about $6,000 over the quota for the year. According to county chairman G .D. Shumway, this county was one of only 42 who surpassed the quota set up for 1956 as the state as a whole hit only S3 percent oi the original, figure. More than 155 million Iowa dollars went into bonds during the year .approximately 12 million under the quota. Percentages of quotas attained by surrounding counties wore: Emmet, 82 percent; Hancock, 102 percent; Humboldt. 101 percent; Palo Alto, 61 percent; and Winncbago, 102 percent. Mr and Mrs Henry Lund as supper guests Sunday their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Charles Lund pf Ringsta'd. In a ceremony held January 2 at St. Joseph's Catholic church in Wesley, as previously reported in this newspaper, Betty Ann Becker, daughter of Mrs Justine Becker of Wesley, became the bride of Vernon N. Berte, son of Mr and Mrs Alphons Berte. The bridal couple is pictured above in a photo by Nels Isaacson. They will make their home at St. Joe where the bridegroom is farming. Burt Girl Is Bride, Lotts Creek Youth Burl — The wedding of Shirley Ackerman, daughter of Mr add Mrs Earl Ackerman of Burt and Eulan Schuller. son of Mr and Mrs Thomas Schuller of Lotts Cieek, took place in the Methodist church in Burt Saturday evening, Jan. 19. The double" ring ceremony performed by the Rev. Fred G. Samek took place at seven o'clock. Attendants were Janet Ackerman, sister of the bride, of Liri- coin. Nebr., and Dwight Deckei of Lotts Creek. Sheryl Smith furnished the organ music. Dinner was served to the weddjnjj pagty^at the Johnson House" iff-' Algona. The newlyweds are a't home in the Lotts Creek neighborhood. Honored Al Shower Some 100 friends and relatives attended a miscellaneous shower at the Methodist church Thursday evening for Shirley Acker.- man who was married Saturday. Decorations and lunch were carried out in her chosen colors of pink and white. Program consisted of vocal dijet by Velda and Shirley Peter; the six girls of the junior class sang, and a quiz game was enjoyed. Lunch was served by the following hostesses: Dorothy Ackerman of Garner, Lillian Heerdt, Gertrude Ackerman, Esther Flaig and Muriel Ackerman, aunts of Shirley, and Mrs August Bernau, Lorrain Campney, Viola Cunningham, Ethel Dremmel, Beth Hamilton, Doris Madsen, Tilly Madsen, Janet Madsen, Esther Miller, Shirley Reimers, Helen Schwietert, Ella Sigsbee, Ella Stenzel, Leona Salisbury, Madonna Vogel, Maureen Vogel, Mildred Vogel, Bertha Willrett, Iva Woltz and Mrs Elza Woltz. and Mrs Elza Woltz. The Fidelis class party which was to be this week Wednesday with Edna Smith has been postponed until Wednesday, Jan. 30th due to illness. 40th Anniversary At Whittemore Whittemore — Mr and Mrs Ben Hansen celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary, Sunday, at the Plantation with a dinner for the immediate family, relatives and close friends. Mr and Mrs Hansen were married at Remsen in the Catholic church. Mr and Mrs Hansen farmed in the vicinity of LeMars and moved here 15 years ago, and tenanted what was known as the William Dau half section in Lotts Creek Township. After farming this farm for several years he bought the farm", and built a set of buildings on part of the land for his son. They are the parents of ten children: Merlin Hansen of Algona; Mrs Lorenz VigdaJ of here; Mrs Harold Wehrspann of Fenton; Mrs Albert Hood of Charles City;' Wayne Hansen of Sail Lake, Wash-; Rosemary Hansen of Charles City; Anthony and Victor at home?. All their children were present for this happy occasion. HOSPITALS Jan. 9 — Mrs G. L. Fandel, Rodman, medical; Mrs C B. Devine, Algona, girl, 7-14; James J. Cassel, Algona, medical. Jan. 11 — Jerry Zatloukal, Whittemore, medical; Marvin Pompe, Whittemore, adenoidec- tomy; Antoinette Bonnstetter, Algona, medical; Mrs R. E. Scranton. Algona, girl, 5-14%. Jan. 12 — Janice Danielson, Algona, medical; Mrs Richard Ringsdorf, Algona, boy, 6-5. Jan 13 — Mrs Anna K. Smith, Algona, medical; Mrs Mattie Falkenhainer, Algona, accident; Mrs Clifford Grimm, Ottosen, girl, 6-13; Mrs Albin DePue, Algona, maternity. Jan. 14 — Oscar Romer, Jr., Algona, T & A; Itale Manarin, Omaha, Nebr., Occident, Mrs E. J. Kollasch, Bode, girl, 9-8%; Mrs David Higby, Algona, girl, 6-3. Jan. 15 — Joyce J. Mqntag, West Bend, surgery; Baby Girl Devine, Algona, boarder; Carl Dahlhauser, Algona, medical (expired); Ann E. Loebach, Whittemore, surgery; James J. Haupert, Algona, medical. Jan. 16 — Delmar Mains, Sexton, T & A; Mrs Wayne Goodman, Algona, girl, 6-10; Mrs Peter Oakland, Algona, medical. Jan. 16 — Max E. Borchardt, Fenton, medical; Mrs Donald McCarthy, Algona, girl. 10-2; Ruth Schadendorf, Algona, accident; Louis Dallman, Britt, accident; Harold Harjes, Alta, accident; Argyle Pettit, Lone Rock, accident; Rosella Elbert, Algona, accident; Kay Kern, Algona, accident; Mrs LeRoy Lau, Algona, accident; Rodney M. Prieb'e, Lone Rock, accident. Jan. 17 — Dennis Schmidt, Lone Rock, accident. Jan. 18 — Mrs Walter Baade, Titonka, girl, 9-2; Dennis Voigt, Algona, T & A; Mrs Kenneth Besch, West Bend, boy, 8-3 %; Linda D. Long, Algona, tonsillectomy; Mrs Albin DePue, Algona, girl, 7-14Vj; Dennis Stucki, Fenton, accident. Jan. 19 — Mrs Wayne Elbect, Whittemore, medical; Mrs Hugh Duffy, Whittemore, medical. Jan. 20 — Mary DeJong, West Bend, surgery. Jan. 21 — Mrs Katherine Skilling, Algona, medical; Mrs John Theesfield, Fenton, medical; Mrs Max Stratton, Algona, medieal; Mrs Reinhard Lieb, Algona, medical; Mrs Henrietta Daub, medical; Mrs Lloyd Brockman, Lu- Verne, surgery; William Langman, Algona, medical. ' Jan. 22 — G. C. McGee. Algona, medical; Nancy Schoning, Algona, medical; Arm Hauptly, Wesley, x-rays; Mary B. Messerli, Algona, surgery. Jan. 23 — Charles Shellmeyer, West Bend, T & A; Deanna Weydert, Bancroft, medical. Lotts Creek 4-H The January meeting of the Lotts Creek Leader 4-H club was held Jan. 21. The meeting was brought to order by Francis Bjustrom. Charles Drone joined the club. A talk was given by Murl Walker. Lunch was served by Diane, Darrell and Charlotte Wichtendahl. Honor Mariin Schiltz Bancroft -^ Mariin Schiltz was elected vice president of the Midwest Goose Growers Association. He attended a meeting of the organization in St. Paul, Minnesota, at Peters Hall at the University Farm- Mary LaBarre Rites Tuesday Services for Mrs Mary A. Q LaBarre, 93, were held Tuesday at 2 p.m. in MeCuilough's Funerai Chapel. Rev. G. G. ttallauer. Congregational minister, official ed, and burial was in Riverview cemetery. Mrs LaBarre died Sunday morning in the Roberts Nursing Home where she had been for the past six years. Mary A. Qiiest, daughter 01 Mathew and Mattie Quest, was born March 7, 1883, at Darling- ion, Wisconsin. She received her education at Kreeport, 111., after •noving there with her parents irtd live other children. The family later moved to Waterloo, where she lived until 1950. Her husband, Charles R. LaBarre was superintendent of a re frigeratiflft plartt there -f&t' years, and a grandson, Robert C. LaBarre, preceded het in death. Survivors include « son, Chat* les R. LaBarre, of Algona, a brother. Delbert Quest, Van Nuys, Cal.j- two granddaughters and eight great-grandchildren. Mrs LaBarre was a life-long member of the Baptist church. , Pallbearers at the fuertral were Don Nelson, Roy Bjustrom, WilK iam Foster, AI Amunson, Ed Wolcott and O. W. Stillman. save on the tire designed for ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT on 8,000,000 of America's finest cars FIRESTONE SUPER CHAMPION 6.00-16 Plus Tax and recappable tire All Sizes-All Types-Sale Priced Super Champion Black sidewall Tubed Type Size Sale Price Each* , 6.70-15 14.35 7.10-15 16.05 7.60-15 17.60 6.00-16 12.5^ 6.5006 17.25 Tubeless 6.70-15 ., 16 .15 7.10-15 ^.95 7.60-15 19.70 White Sidewall Tubed Type Size Sale Price Each*. 6.70-15 17.55 7.10-15 19 ,7 0 7.60-15 ^ 21.55 6.00-16 , 15.35 6.50-16 21.15 Tubeless 6.70-15 19.85 7.10-15 „ 2205 7.60-15 , 24.15 8.00-15 26.85 ' Plus tax & your recappable tire SAVE NOW-ON TIRES! 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