The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 31, 1957 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 31, 1957
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*-A!0ono He.) Upp%r t>« M6fne« fnrodoy, Jonuory 31, 19S7 New Card Club Is Organized At LuVerne LuVerne — A nciv noU-^wr- bond card party ;ust organized was hHd in thr hnme of Mr snri Airs Gordon Gregory Thtirsdrr.- evening. Members are Mr and Mrs Edward Behnkendorf. Mi and Mrs John Pergsnde. Mr ?n : Mrs Robert Will, Mr and Mr? Milton Wiihelmi. Mr and M'? Donald Miller and the Gregory's At play. high. John Pergaride and Mrs Will, low, Milton Wi.- helmi and Mrs Behnkendorf. travel. Donald Mller. i'he nexi meeting will be in the Behnkendorf home in two weeks. Card Club Meets The Bid iMne Club were guests Saturday evening in tho home of Mr and Mrs Earl John Mr and Mrs Dean Bowman wer .• guest substitute players. At play high for ladies and, men. Mrs Guy Andre and Dean Bowman low, Mr and Mrs Clifford Holmes and travel, Clifford Holmes The next meeting in two weeks with Mr and Mrs Burtis DeNio. Honor Mrs Zentner Mrs Dale Zen'nfr was .civ?n j a pa:tv at her homr Fri'i.'.v cv. • mna m honor of ht : b:i':-..:.,>. i MrVHaivld ':<A'^ 'rv 's;',''}':'••':'' [ trs. Mr M:.- II-l^ :t N' t -. :•. Mr and Mrs Harold N:t is, n. Jr. and Kirn, her gr,i:;,:lp:ir'. nt>. D. and Mrs T L. William*, her <:y- •er-in-law. Miss Mariiyn Zoo.',:v? and Kn aunt. Mr an i Mrs La j were pnycd ;-n.i birthvi'iy oak; j ) made by r.rr rn 'the: w,-is .?•,.-rvc with 'lit :'eirtsh;r.i-nts . hoste?? fo girl friends. Margo _Sta:r.pka. Joyce Meyer and Shir- ii en Schnc!«:r. They attended a:; Eiv:s Presley movie in the Ihivh.'li;: Tht- f iU;r and then had : e ••,'--, rr..< '.;^.-y<? bifo.e return- Me rk'.-. .'JOS Mr. ; t-. :•.:•.!, Surprise Parly Mrs Les.:-.' Pecirrs^r surprised Sundny n. i l\cr.->r o; hrr birthday. Gues'^ ; wpre Mr ;.nd Mrs Clarencv ! Jurgu>on and 50:1-; of C.-i with i Mr and M;> Irvin Ramus ami daughters of Fo-rt Dotitie. Mu! Clara Witlf. Mrs Kale Barton. Mrs Edward Karnus and Eliza beth Ra:nus. Two Birlhday Parties Mrs George Schnetzer entertained in honor of the fifth birthday of her daughter. Jans Tuesday nfternocn. Guests wen. Barbara Hurlburt, Denise Stod dard. Janice Kraft and Colcen Schnetzcr of Ren wick and their mothers and Jane's aunt. Mi&s Luella Blumer. Birthday refreshments were served. Claudia Janssen celebrated he! birthday Sunday when she wn- i r-nd M:< F-. d and .Ma: ijene visne i •-• in Dtf Monies wilh her Mrs E::rr.a Lohir.ann rother. Mr and. Mis Ear! inn and s 'ns. Fred Baumgnrtner re'urn- ci;.Y from Lutherrm h<:..i- f- .'rt Dod^o. she \va -:' sur.iK al patient the past wte'\. Shr is convalescing now in tin. home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Wayne San ford. Miss Alice Ann Barton has now gene-ID Garner whore she will be cJinprmicn to Mrs Ed Schoenwetter, a victim of a stroke suffered several years ago. Mis- B'irt'.in has been a practical nurse the past eighteen months in ths Mercy hospital. Fort Dodge. ^ Mn> Kate Barton returned Saturday from spending a wrei. visiting her daughter. M r .< Dwight Hardgroves family in Ft Dodge and her son. the Howaiti Barton family in Livermors. Mr and Mrs John Ruger visited Thursday with Mr and Mrs Ot!o Wesling and LaVerla in Algona. Mr Wesling is ill and con fined in bed. They were forme: neighbors here. Mrs Anna Blumer went l< Kanawha Thursday where she- attended a pre-nuptial shower for her cousin. Miss Ruth Hoick in the Methodist Charch there. Miss Hoick was married Saturday. f Air and Mrs Arthur Rafnus. grandchildren Kerry and Kylenc . i Ucs Aloines were weeKend visitors with his mother, Mrs L/OiH Kamus and their son Ger- Kamus. Ahss i-iorence Hof came Sunday lor a week's visit in the- nome of her brother, Mr and Mrs toward lioi. &he had been visiting her sister, Mrs Cert, Koss ill Humboidt. Air ana Airs Harold Traugei :na sons, were Sunuay guests in ir.c Mr and Mrs Merlin Tranger home at Lorwith. Ihe men ore broiners. Mr ana Airs George A. Eggleston were bunday guesus in tnt home of their uaugmer, Mr ano Mrs Cliarks NygaaiM ana fam- ijy near Wesley. The occasion was to honor the fifty-second weuding anniversary 01 Mr ana ;.i:s bfegieston winch was Jan. 25. Fred Orlowski of Austin, Minn, has arnvea for an exitiiu- ed visit m the home of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Einmett Knary. Mr Orlowski it, well known here as he was n farmer here many years ago. Mr and Mrs irvin Ramus oi Fort Dodge called Sunday afternoon in tne home of his uncle Mr and Mrs William Klawitter. Mr Klawitter who has failing eyesight is confined to his home. Mr and Mrs Herman Schuk visited Sunday in Marshalltown Complete Closing-Out Farm Having decided to quit farming I will sell the following personal properly at public auction on my farm located: 4 miles south, 3 miles east and '/ 2 mile north of Algona, or 1'i miles east and '/ 2 mile north of Irvington, or i miles south, 4 miles west and «/ 2 mile south of Sexton on ... SALE STARTS AT 12:30 P. M. LUNCH ON GROUNDS SHETuiHiiisI 18-CATTLE-18 | \1 Hereford calves, \vt. about 500 Ibs. \1 Hereford calves, \vt. about 500 Ibs. 1 Good Brown Swiss milk eow. 4-SHEEP-14 1 bay mare in foal, 8 years old. 1 bay mare in foal, 7 years old. 1 brown mare irt foal, 3 years old. 1 spotted mare in foal,' 2 years old. 1 bay mare colt, 9 months old. 3 horse colts, 9 to 10 months old. 1 spotted stallion, 5 years old. Auctioneers' Note—All the above ponies are under 42"— gentle and most are broke fo ride—anyone interested in good ponies be sure to attend this sale. 13 Black face bred ewes. 1 Black face buck, 1 year old. -Tractors 1—1953 Super M IHC complete, with new 4-row cultivator. 1—1950 C IHC Farmall trader with 7-foot mounted mower. 1—1949 Oliver 70 with 2-row cultivator, MACHIN • • • 1955 Super 77 New Holland baler, complete with Hydraulic tension and starter. 1950 Dearborn combine with motor. 1956 Oliver Radex 2-16" plow on rubber, l~,244" IHC slat bottom plow. 1053 Stan Hoist manure loader. 4»r<W IHC corn planter with fertilizer attach. IHC 15* disc, IHC manure spreader, on rubber. M' KeUy Ryan elevator, 3 years old. Undsay 6-section drag, 3 years qld. Jacob&on lawn mower, 12x14 brooder house. 12$H shelter house. © M-M hammer mill with power take-off and transport trucks. 9 2—John Deere No. 95.3, rubber tired wagons, complete with hydraulic lifts, with 6x10 wagon boxes. © 4-wheel trailer. 9 2-wheel trailer, 0 Air compre«ser. 9 2-rov»- r«tary hoe. O New Idea, I-bar tractor, side delivery rake. 9 16' spring tooth harrow. O 2—M' flat racks. ® 300-gal. gas barrel with hose. 9 d'as brooder stove. MANY OTHER ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION 0 200 LEGHORN PULLETS 10 TONS OF SILAGE ABOUT 500 BALE* ALFALFA HAY TERMS*~Cash, or make arrangements with your banker before sale. ' Not 8e*fM«wiW* f«r Accidents No Property To Be Itemou-d Until Settled For PPMANN AKP FINN, SECURITY STATB BANK, Clerk with their son and daughter-in- law, Mr and Mrs Dennis Schulz. Mr and Mrs Henry Kohlhaas of Algona were Monday visitors in the h»me of their son, Mr and Mrs Alfred Kchlhaas and family. Mr? Anna Hanselman had as Rur-sts Sunday evening for dinner, her children, Mr and Mrs Harley Chi istensen, Estherville; Mr and Mrs LeRoy Hanselman, Audrey, Mr and Mrs Earle Hanselman and children. Mr and Mrs Harold Sorenser. of Webster City attended services in Methodist Church Sunday morning and then visited former friends. Mrs Robert Murray is assisting in the home of Mr and Mrs F. 1. Chapman, 9 to 4 p.m. each day. Mr and Mrs Chapman are not so well. Mrs Murray is a registered nurse. Mrs Louie Bram is a medicai patient in the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge since Sunday. Word has been received of the changes of addresses from two former families living here. Mr and Mrs E. L. Meyer and son have moved from a farm near Wheeling, Mo. to a farm neai Henderson, Iowa. Mr and Mrs Elmer R. Hunt are now per- mantely located at Lakewood, Caiif. Mr and Mrs Ernest Meyer left Thursday mornmg for Lamar, Colo., after receiving news of the illness of their daughter, Mrs Jack Baker. Edward Behnkendorf entered Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. Sunday and underwent surgery on his knee Tuesday. M. L. Barton has been a surgical patient in Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, since Jan. 20. Mr and Mrs Robert Murray were in Des Moines Sunday to see their daughter Roberta who is a medical patient in a hospital there. Mrs Etta Benedict is reported seriously ill in the Mercy hospital. Mason City. Mrs Benedict in her eighties has been in the Good Samaritan Home there. Earlier she fell and fractured her hip. 3 Swea Girls Start Practice Teaching Work SWM it Eag.e — Three Ideal girls, who are sophomores at College, will begin practice teaching this next week. They are Carol Miller and Shirley Stenzel, Waldorf College. Carol will leach fifth grade, Forest City and Shirley will teach fourth grade in Forest City public school Carol is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Orvall Miller and Shirley'^ parents are Mr and Mrs Loute Stenzel. Cheryle Torine, student at Upper Iowa, Fayette, wiU practice teach in the first grade at Arlington Public School. She is a daughter of Mr and Mn; Francis Torine. Mr and Mrs William Sander? aftniversafy Sunday, when their children came to thtir parent's home for dinner SundaJ noon. Attending were their children and families, Mr and Mrs Philip Looft and children. East Chain; Mr and Mrs Robert Sanders and daughter, Fairmont; Mr and Mrs Marvin Sanders and family; Mr and Mrs Don Gerdees and their two children; Mr and Mrs Raymond Sanders, Armstrong; and Roger Sanders. The Sanders' other daughter and her family, Mr and Mrs Harold Decker of Whiltemore, were unable to attend. Duane and Lavon Jensen, students at Mankato, spent the weekend at the parental, Mr and Mrs Maynard Jensens. Mrs hazel Nelson of St. Louir Park, Minn, returned to her home Thursday after a visit here at the home of her brother and his wife. Mr and Mrs Walter C Peterson. Mr and Mrs Bruce Shaffer ami baby Debria of Wessinglon Springs, S. D. were weekend visitor-, at the home of Mr and Mrs Ellis Jongberg. Marcia Jensen and Barbara Mino, students at Sioux Falls. S. D., visited from Friday until Monday at the parental Virgil Jensens, and Walter Minos. Mr and Mrs Robert Harvey and Mrs Joe Zankey of Burt were Sunday visitors at Mr and Mr: Kenneth Patterson. The Harvey are parents and Mrs Zankey. grandmother of Mrs Patterson. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hanson were honored on their 41st wed- and son Larry were Sunday noon dinner guests at the home of his mother, Mrs Gladys Hanson. Mr and Mrs Walter C. Peterson we-re Sunday visitors at th« home of Mr and Mrs Emil Larson. Mr and Mrs Leon McCoy entertained at dinner Sunday noon for friends Mr and Mrs Lowell D. Larson and their four children Duane. Craig, Marlene and Biuce . Mr and Mrs Richard Krumm of Armstrong were Sunday evening visitors'at Mr and Mrs Vir' gil Jensen's home. Mr ami Mrs Alvin Swanson were Sunday noon dinner guesU at the home of her sister and her family, Mr and Mrs Al Dudding, Buffalo Center. Lotts Creek Neighbors Met Fenlon — Lotts Creek's Jolly Neighbors club met Jan. 23 with Mrs Estelle Remhardt. and Mrs Lara Pijahn assistant hostess. Twelve members were present, and Mrs Stanley Qpheim was a guest. Mrs Ruby Wolter and Mrs Lillian Zumach gave the lesson.) Four birthdays were also celebrated. Twenty - five million 'people subscribed 23 billion dollars to the five Liberty Loans during the First World War. \ of Th& A L E ALGON nsuranc ency I am extremely proud to announce that I have purchased and taken over active management olj the Algona Insurance Agency, formerly owned by C. R. and R. C. LaBarre. I feel it a privilege to be given this opportunity to servfe the. insurance needs of the people in this area. I will continue to offer the same service as given by the LaBarres the past 39 years, including all lines of insurance. Policy holders of the Equitable Life of Iowa will also be offered continued service by myself. James R. Kolp, Jr. The New Owner Jim Kolp was reared in the Ida Grove community p.nd received his education in schools there. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kolp Sr., still reside thew-. He is a graduate of Grinnell college in the class of 1950 and was employed by the Standaud Oil Co. before induction into the Army. After two years service ho again joined Standard Oil and moved to Algona in 1954 whore'*he was a reseller sales representative. In June, 1955, ho established offices in the Algona Insurance Agency building and became a district agent for four counties for the Equitable Life of Iowa firm. He is married and the couple have a young boy and girl. He i.s a director of the Congregational church and a member of the Masonic Ledge here. • * * e THANK After being in the insurance business for 39 years, it is extremely difficult in just a few lines to express the sincere gpnreciatum thai I feel for in* patronage given me in the past years. I have always deemed it a plea.s- ure to serve the people of this area, and offer my sincere thanks for their patronage. Also too, Mrs, Robert LsBarre would like to add her appreciation at this time to the many who have d'jne so much for Bob while he was associated wi|h this firm the past 10 years. We join in wishing Jim' Kolp the very best success in the day* ahead. We know he^ll continue to give the very best in service. C. R. LABARRE MRS. R. C. LABARRE

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