The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 31, 1957 · Page 18
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D* Mofrtt tnWiffay, January 31, T/cfc/fs From £ve/yn Mj and MM Glen fianey a three year old grandson, David Holzhammer, and about lour months ago his parents, the ftev and Mrs Robert Holzhammer added a daughter Christine to the family. David fairly burst his buttons with pridfe over this little sister and he deems it his special jub to look after her. The children have separate beds in one bed room and a few weeks ago mother Neredith discovered the beds which are side by side were tied together with cord. She asked David what that was for and he answered, "I didn't want anyone to take Christine away while I was asleep." • • * Shortly before Christmas 1 was talking with Hazel Vera and heard a dog barking. 1 asked about it and Hazel answered that it was a toy Manchester puppy she and Frank had bought for their daughter Elvie Hutchinson's Christmas gift. I said, "What do you call him," and was surprised at Hazel's reply, "1 call, him everything." I under- Stood what she meant but it was. the name which concerned me. A recent talk with her satisfied my curiousity. She had said she Was going to let Elvie name the dog. So for those of you who are as interested in details as I, the pup was named Bootsey. » * • • Mrs William Baker la home from a visit'of a month with he son-in-law and daughter, Mr anc Mrs Gene Hendritfkson and littl grandson Steven Allen. While she enjoyed the visit very much and thinks California is nice, she said she was very glad to bt home and "the old homesteac looked vefy good to" me." * •* » Viola Douglas Has returned from.. Houston-, Tex., where she visited her son and daughter-in- law, Mr and Mrs Larry Douglas. LaVry Is stationed at the Ellington air base arid is a pilot oh a T 29 which is called "the flying sdfbor room", for classes are actually held mid-air. Victor Rochleau and daughter Joan and William Leek. * » * Thanks to Mrs Marie Ogren, I have a birthday book which belong to the late Nellie Taylor and contains many familiar names. Mrs Ogren bought il when a sale was held at the Taylor home after Nellie's death. On the fly-leaf is written "To Nellie Taylor on her 14th birthday from her friend Gertfc B. Williams, Aug. 1 ( 1886. It contains many old time birth and marriage records. •OTTOSEN By Mrs. Krtut Oppedahl Apologies to Rose Sigsbee whose name I omitted when I mentioned Lizzie Post and Hazel Vera had braved bad weather to spend a day at Humboldt with Millie Klamp. * * * Mrs Clarence Maciimber will be ambidexterous by the time she gets her right arm out of a cast which she has had on since breaking it just above the wrist shortly before Christmas. She says she can manage pretty well by, this time ,and had she been left handed it would have been • much easier. She admits if she had another Wand to go with the left one while the right wrisv is mending, life would be much simpler. • * » * When one is not familiar wiifj members pf families, it's a -bit confusing getting items exactly as they should be, unless a great deal of det*l is gone into, and that takes TIME.; Last week t reported a birthday party for J&nice Rochleau, who has joined the marines,- and has gone to Paris Island, S. C. 1 included William Leek in the, noon guest list. As a matter of fact the evening guests were Mr arid Mrs Infant Baptisms Two infants were baptised during services Sunday at Triniy Lutheran church by the Rev. riarold Mountain. They were , »» n H ?, n S? Kinseth, daughter of Mr and Mrs Richard Kinseth and Keith Lowell Shelgren, son of Mr and Mrs Lowell Shelgren of Gilmore City. The Kinseth baby was carriec >y the mother -and sponsors were Mr and Mrs M. O. Kinseth of Algona. Following the services the M. O. Kjnseths and son Tommy were dinner guests at the Richard Kinseth home. The Shelgren baby was carried the maternal grandmother s Roy Enockson and sponsors were the maternal grandfather Roy Enockson and the paternal grandfather Helmer Shelgren and Barbara Enoeksoh. Following the services the Lowell Shelgren family and Helmer Shelgren were dinner guests at the Roy Enockson home. Mr and Mrs Ralph Jacobson Worster's mother Mrs 16*6 ter of Rolfe is ai tW Sateffi helping with household duties while Mrs Saterft is a surgical patient at Rochester. Mis Bertha Jacobson and Arlan visited Sunday evening at the homfe of Mrs Elizabeth Anliker at West Bend. Mr Ad Mrs Olivet Kift&th were Stmday afternoon visitors ft the James Barber home at VVest Bend. Saturday afternobft they visited at the M. O. Kinseth home in Algona. Donald Naeve of Dakota City was a dinner guest at the home of his grand- the Oliver Kinseths. r find Mrs Sherman Silbaufh Vickie 6f Humboldt wet* Sunday evening supper guests it the home of her parents, Mr attd Mrs Magnus Bratland. Mr and Mrs Oliver Lee and Terry and Beverly King attd Vickie were Sunday dinner guests at the Matfrice Halsrud home at Bradgate. Mr and Mrs Merle Holt attended the Silver Wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs George Weiland at the Britt Lutheran church Sunday afternoon. COMPLETE CLOSING out Due le the death of my husband, 1 will sell at puSftd Suetldn the « «?fJri cnb * d Properly on Ihe farm locate* 4Vi miles fof of Rlnpted or 4 miles west and IV, miles north of fentc-ft, oft Thursday, February 7 Sale Starts at IsOO P.M. __ Lunch served by ladies of Ihe north fellowship dfcl* ***** by Mrs entertained .a group of friends at a 500 party. Those present included Mr and Mrs Deanne Tel- FBI.. FEB. 1st FRANK BUHR And His Ramblers SAT.. FEB. 2nd JULES HERMAN And His Orchestra WED., FEB. 13th Danish Masked Ball ANDY DOLL and Ridge Riders COMINO FEB. 16th Capitol Recording Artists THEFOUR FRESHMEN This Unusual Group with DON SHAW & Qrch. Reservations Available ,60 plus tax, tot. 1.80 PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE. IOWA Friday, Feb. 1 EDDIE SKEETS Sunday, Feb. 3 J^MSK CQLI Friday/ Feb. 8 Sunday/ Feb. 10 ford, Mr and Mrs Victor Meyer, Mr and Mrs Allan Wehrspann, Mr and Mrs Louis .Jacobson, Mr and Mrs Bernard Coyle, Mr and Mrs Conrad Johnson, Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz, Mr and Mrs Jim Jacobson and Mr and Mrs Paul Meyer. Mr and Mrs Allan Wehr- jpanri .won high prizes and Mrs Dorirad Jonnson and Paul Meyer :he loW. Mrs Alfred Schultz won trayel. Mr and.Mrs L. O. Short and Pamela Stacy of Spencer spent Sunday at, the Earl Long home. Other SUpper and evening guests Were Mr and Mrs Arnold Brat- arid and fatally of Bode. Mr and Mrs Donald Usher and daughters were Sunday dinner guests at the Axel Nelson home it NeweJU. Mrs Bertha. Jacobson, Wanda and Arlan Were Sunda'y dinner guests .fit the Ralph 1 ., Jacbbson hPlfne. .Afternoon victors were Mrs ^izabeth' Anjiker and daughters pf,West Bejid. . ;Mr and/Mrs Victor MeyeV and famjly and Mr and Mrs Mai-tin Meyer,; Eldpn and Henry were Sunday dinner guests at (he Paul Mayfer home, ,.,., • Mr;aftd,Mrs Olaf Bfuvik and Curtis Visited .Friday evening at We home pf Mrs Dorothy Malkmus at Livdrmore. .Mr and Mrs Louis Jacobson andlfamily vis'ited Sunday afternoon, at t th6 Wayne Vaudt home at iLiv£fmore. ^ Mr and Mrs Edward Zinnel and Mr ??d Mrs W. H. Wehrspann and Mrs Mina Wehrspann attended the dedication services at the St. Paul's Lutheran church :n Emmetsburg Sunday afternoon. Mr and. Mrs Edward Zinnel and Leslie Ann were guests at an oyster stew Saturday evening at the Lo\us Jacobson home to ceje- fcrftte Mrs, Zinnel's ' birthday which Was Jan. 20 and also Louis Jacobsons birthday which was Jan, 17, ^ .Mr and Mrs Robert Block and Mr and MrSfBen; Block of West Bend were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Lester Wehrspann home, Friday evening visitors were Mr and Mrs Mike Hinz and family of LuVernp. Mr and Mrs Raymond Wehr- spann and boys visited Saturday afternoon at the home of her par. ents Mr and Mrs O. W. Thomas at Fort Dodge. Sunday Mr and Mrs Wehrspann attended the de dJcaJJph services at the St, Paul's Lutheran church at Emmetsburg _.f Mnday Mr and Mrs Antone Waeehter and Donald and Gary yis,ited at the home of her par ants Mr and Mrs p etei . Dahl hauser.at Whittemore. Saturday Mr and Mrs Waechter attended jperal services for her uncle Carl Dahlhauser at Algona. . Mr apd Mrs Eugene Holius visited Saturday at the home of Mrs Jioftus's mother, Mrs Cora Bacon at Algona, Mrs Hofius fister, M<> Stanley McDonald of Wermufton, Oregon is on an ex- 1 Holstein Cow to freshen by sale date 1 Yearling Heifer ESECOMPLETE CLOSING OUT FARM ORBGORY 20 Head of Fall Pigs 10 Hd. of Summer Pigi 400 DeKALB PULLETS In Good Production 400 MACHINERY McCORMICK DEERING TRACTOR F-20 CASE COMBINE 1954 - 6 ft. with motor and scour Kleen McCORMICK DEERING TRACTOR "B" with starter and lights McCormick peering 7 ft. mower with windrower attachments. Will Ht B. H or M Tractor; McCormick Deering 2-16 in. plow; McCormlck Deermg 9 foot spring tooth harrow; McCormick Deerina endgaia leeder; McCormick Deering 10 in. feed grinder-bur mill; McCormlclt Deering hay loader; McCormick Deering 15 foot disc; McCormick Deering 2 row planter; McCormick Deering Manure Spreader; Mo ^ormick Deering Cultivator 2 row for B tractor; McCormick Deerina rubber tired wagon with steel flare box; Wide front end attachment for B tractor; Wooden wheeled wagon with box; Hand corn shellen John Deere 42 ft. elevator with mechanical hoist on rubber^ 18 foot land roller; Four section drag; 12 foot dump rake; Yard dragf BUILDINGS - 1-Three Pen Hog House; 1-10 ft. x 14 ft. Brooder House; 1-10 ft. x 12 ft. Brooder House HAY - 600 Bales ALFALFA Hay in Barn; 700 Bales Straw in barn. MISCELLANEOUS Sears Roebuck" 10 in. chain saw used 1 year; 8 in. table saw with numerous attachments; V, in. drill and bits with bench press; 300 gallon gas barrel with hose on stand; 2 oil pumps wilh barrel- Electric fencer; Jap and die set; Tarp 6 It. x 1 2P f£ P FoIks, shlvals'. spades; 25 bushel hog feeder; 5 bushel hog feeder; 9 Jamesway hanging chicken feeders; Chicken debeaker; 5—8 gallon chicken B±h e v- Ba n^° rk; I- 1 , 11 ' lawn 9ale; Storm windows and screens; Bench Vise; Other articles too numerous to mention; Miscellaneous riousenoiu GoodSt TERMS: Usual Auction Terms, no property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for Accidents. Lyle Bensen and Lloyd Berkland, Auctioneers Emmet County Stale Bank of Ringsied, Clerk COMPLETE CLOSING OUT 1 will hold a complete closing out sale on the farm located vTnv 2 mil es ±rfV OUl M & v d Y ?, mile Wes ) ?- f ™ n S**«*> P* Smiles west, z miles north and Vi mile west of Fenton or 11 miles east of v*raetiinger> on Friday, February 1 Sale starts at 1:00 p.m. Lunch on Grounds 1—Holstein Cow 1-Holstein Heifer 28 Head of Blackface Ewes Large — Bred to come in April first, 1 Lamb 1 Buck Sheep* 170 WELPS LEGHORN PULLETS 170 700 BALES of First. Second and Third Cutting ALFALFA HAY (in barn) 100 BALES STRAW " " " ' *" t T- tj*-f » *»» W*+ *4** V A™ visit here with. her moth" and pther relatives. f 'andj^rs Alfred Qord ot e.psited Sunday afternoon at Vincfnt Sals home. • nday afternoon visitors at VanBusHirH hoihe were and -Mrs Rudy Bernjnghaus (gmily of WhiUem0re, Mr na , Mrs Clarence Kroeger an Jy'of Laurens and Mr and i ...We,. Holt and fariijly of , d Mj-s W. G. Cooper vis- d«y afternoon at the ;nc(CK]Son,home in .dinner guests at the home were Mv nderson pf Dun- visitors in. the af- Ml and Mi-s Mel- Steven an<J Myrna ,,. and Mrs Lauret Worster unday at the Vincent orne at JSsthei-vitle. Mr MACHINERY 1954 Allis Chalmers 45 Tractor with wide front 1939 W.C. Allis Chalmers Tractor overhauled 2 rears ago with new sleeves a»d pjstoas Joh liver? Allis Chalmers four row cultivator; AHis Chalmers po Combine New Idea Corn Picker (2 row); 1954 Black Hawkfeu, ' planter with fert att.; 1953 Lindsay four section d/ag; Deere disc fifteen foot; 1954 McCormipk OeS * bir si rake; John Deere Hammer Mill; McCormick feeerjn converted windrower and moww; Two row A)U» Oh tor; 1954 New Ide a so foot elevator with wj«J« > hoppw John £S h &*L l & 54 ^ber tired trailer with .itMA wagon; High Wooden wheeled wagon; Rwbbw Tired Tler with *** C ™ PI ° W '' 2 " 16 inch MISCELLANEOUS - Two wheeled trailer; leeiric motor and « . TOOLS — Bench Grinder; Elec|ric and HOySEHOLD QOQOS ... Perfection oil burner with seasons, in excellent condition; CoJeman Oil Burner; 2 Other miscellaneous Household Goods. * wrnw< * ^_^_^^_1_1_^1_^ «»* twpPBgjpif jor accjaen) Mrs. Alice Voster Ly}e eensen and Weyd Berklani, Auctioneerf Couoly Slate *Bank of RmaVted, I will sell the following dwerlbed prop«rty at the form Ideoted & miles west of Algona on the McGregor St. Road, or 5 mllw edit el Whittemore, on Sate Starts 12:30 p.m. Sharp. Lunch,Wagon On Grounds. 33 - HEAD BLACK ANGUS - 33 20 Block Angus Cows, 12 Black Angus Heifers To Start Calfing About April 1; 1 Registered Black Angus Bull • "^""^^"""""^"^"•••""•'•"•••^"••^••••^••""""•"""^•••••^^^•^^•••^^•••^••^••••••^^^B.^^ 25 -HAMPSHIRE SOWS-250 to 300 Pounds MACHINERY 1951 OLIVER 88 TRACTOR 1946 IHC "H" TRACTOR 1953 NEW HOLLAND 66 BALER NEW IDEA 20 -1954 PICKER MASSEY HARRIS 60 COMBINE 1956 • 4 Row Oliver cultivator 1954 4 row Oliver corn planter 1952 4 row Hoe 1956 17V* ft. Oliver spring tooth 4-section John Deere drag (flexible) 1954 Allis Chalmers mower John Deere tractor spreader Horn stalk cutter John Deere take off grinder on rubter IHC seeder, 1949 330 gallon gas barrel with stand 2—15 foot John Deere disks 2—John Deere wagons with steel boxes Oliver 316 plow on rubber John Deere 214 plow on rubber 1956 New Idea side rake on rubber 44 ft. Stanhoist elevator, 1952 Drive on hoist IHC windrower Disc Transports * 1 Bale Rack SUPPLIES Hog Troughs, Small tank with hog waterer*, Steel Electric Fence Posts, Wooden Posts, 2 Feeders, Chicken Feeders and Supplies. SHOP SUPPLIES - Gas Welder complete with tanki, and cart, '/i heavy duty electrk drill, tap and die set, Heavy Duty Vise* Wrenches, Anvils, Spades, Shoveli, Forks, Large Twin Air Compressor en trucks, Pump Jack and Motor, 2 Tank Heaters, Thousand Chick Gas Brood* ef, Bench Grinder and Buffer. BUILDINGS 16 x 16 Hog House with Pens. 10 x 12 Norton Walk-in Feeders. 60 bu. Hog Feeder, Feed Bunk. PULLETS 300 Good Chickens - Leghorn Pullets. FEED 1000 Bales of Alfalfa Hay. HOUSEHOLD GOODS I H C deep freeze, Whirlpool dryer, feitffet, table and chair?, 1 oil burner, 1 thermostat controlled oil burner with 250 gallon Nirfi&l, electric sewing machine (Domestic), steel cupboards, radio and phonograph combinatldn, cook stove, milk pasteurizer, new 15 gal DeLaval water heater, ,?»»-«. Not Responsible For Accidents. TERMS - Cash, or See Your Banker. Floyd Gregory AUCTIQNint. UeUttliag .' _ aeiK •-''iMtfrtty St«tf | fl nk, AI 90 na •..•••.«

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