The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 7, 1957 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 7, 1957
Page 11
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•' Shower For Bride-To-Be At Whjftemore Whlltemdre — A miscellaneous! cotton and linen shower was held Sunday afternoon, Feb. 3, in honor of Miss Laura Wichtendahl, daughter of Mr and Mrs George Wichtendahl at the home of Mrs Gordon Jenson in Whittemore. The afternoon was spent playing 500 Mrs Joseph Kollasch winning high, Mrs Orville Barber winning low, Mrs Henry Wichtendahl and Mrs Theodore Meier 1 ravel and Mrs Harold Kuecker won the door prize. Mrs Harlan Wichtendahl was in charge of unwrapping the gifts. Miss Wichtendahl will be married Feb. 23 at 7 p.m. in St. Paul Lutheran church in Whittemore to Norman Priehard. Both are stationed at the Of full Air Force Base in Omaha, and after their marriage they plan to make their home in Omaha. A lunch followed after the gifts were unwrapped. Hostesses were Mrs Harlan Wichtendahl, Mrs Delbert Wichtendahl, Mrs Bernard Wichtendahl, Miss Emogene Wichtendahl, ' Mrs Erwin Hurms and Mrs Gordon Jenson. Silver Anniversary . Mr and Mrs William Meyer Sr., Mr and Mrs Alvin Meyer and family, Mr and Mrs Herman Behnke and daughters, Mr and Mrs William Meyer, Jr., and family, Mr and Mrs Hugo Meyer, Mr and Mrs Ernest Meyer and family and Mr and Mrs Henry •l^auck and family of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Leonard Meyer and sons of Rodman, Mr and Mrs Martin Meyer and daughter of Garner, Mr and Mrs Adam Lieb and Mr .and Mrs Reinhard Lieb, Mr and Mrs Arthur Gade and daughters of Algona, Mr and Mrs Richard Theesfield and family and Mr and Mrs Roy Mueller and family of Fenton and Mr and Mrs Albert Meyer and daughters and Arnold Meine and daughter of Lotts Creek gathered at the home of Mr and Mrs Edwin Lieb in Lotts Creek Friday evening to celebrate the 25th wedding anniversary of the Lieb's. The evening was spent playing cards and a lunch WPS served at the close of the evening. Mr and Mrs Nick Looft of Armstrong were Monday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs George Meyer. The women are sisters. Mr and Mrs Leroy Farrell, Mr and Mrs Fred Kollasch and George Winkle spent several days last week in Des Moines, where they attended an elevator convention. Mr and Mrs George Gengler of here accompanied Mr and Mrs Nick Gengler of Lotts Creek to Miami, Florida last week Tuesday, where they visited with Mr and Mrs George Pratt. On their return home they will Visit with Mr and Mrs C. C. Ryan in Tyler, Texas. The women are sisters of Nick and George. Mr and Mrs Al Sharpf of Cedar Falls, and Mrs Elsie Hanson of Algona were Saturday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Reinhard Ostwald. In the afternoon they visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Mathers at Fenton. Mr and' Mrs William Nissen of Rockford visited at the home of Mr and Mrs George Mayer from Sunday afternoon until Monday. Mr Nissen is a nephew of Mrs Meyer. A number of relatives and friends gathered at the home ot Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt Sunday evening to celebrate the birthdays of Rosella and Raymond Voigt. The lalters was Friday and Rosella's was Sunday. The evening was spent playing 500 at five tables, Raymond Voigt winning high and travel, Ellsworth Heidenwith low, Mrs Joe Nordseth high and Mrs Harold Voigt low, Present were Mr and Mrs Harold Voigt and Mr and Mrs Gerald Ollom of Algona, Mr and Mrs Raymond Voigt and family, Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith Mr and Mrs Milton Espe and sons, Mr and Mrs Archie Voigt, and Mr and Mrs Joe Nordseth. A Lunch was served at the close of the evening. Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith, Mrs Harry Schmeling, Mrs Raymond Keene, Milton Espe and Francis Lonergan of here attended a Cub Scout meeting at the home of R. W. Jurgens in West Bend, Friday evening. William Faulstick of here, a patient in the Memorial hospital in Emmetsburg, underwent surgery Friday morning and is getting along nicely. Mrs Forrest Gilmore entertained a number of girls Saturday in honor of her daughter Connie on her fifth birthday. Present were Joyce Kuecker, Judy Smith, Marsha Bauer, Barbara Kollasch and Rebecha Bell. Games were played and a delicious luncheon was served by Mrs Gilmore and Connie received many pretty presents. Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith and Dorothy Rosendahl and son Danny and daughter Kay Frances were Friday evening visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Milton Espe. Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith and son Lyle were Thursday evening visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Bert Seely. Lyle remained at the Seely homo until the next morning. Mr and Mrs Delbert Wichtendahl and son Vernon were entertained at cards Thursday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith. • Mr and Mrs Arthur Mueller and family of Lone Rock visited at the parental home of Mr and Mrs Frank Smith Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Joseph Kollasch of Elmore, ' Minn, spent Sunday visiting at parental home of Mi and Mrs Louis Greinert. Mtv Kollasch also attended the shower of her schoolmate Laura Wichtendahl. Mr and Mrs Harlan Wichtendahl and family of Algona visited at the home of Mr Wichtendahl's parents, Mr and Mrs Geo. Wichtendahl. Rita Streit and Elizabeth Duffy, students at Erair Cliff College in Sioux City spent the weekend here with their respective parents. Culture Course Offered Here Des Moines — Drake University's Community College is offering one course in Algona during the spring semester. The course is "Culture and Personality," which will meet each Monday from 6:30 to 9:30 E .m. in the Algona high school, eginning Feb. 4. The course, which is to be taught by Mrs Gladys Putney, may be taken for 3 semester hours credit. COMPLETE CLOSING-OUT FARM SALE As I have sold my farm and am moving to Ti tonka, I will sell my personal property to the highest bidder on my. farm located J,,Vii.mUes west of the north edge -of. Titonka, on Feb. & a SALE STARTS AT 12:00 O'CLOCK. Davidson's Lunch Wagon On Grounds. »:w;$0»:o:o:o:o:os&m^ 2 - HORSES - 2 PAIR OF SPOTTED DRAFT HORSES, 12 years old, and weighing 1,500 Lbs. each. A well broke, good farm team. &wrox«ox<waa««attttTOme^^ 32 - HIGHGRADE HOLSTEINS - 32 CONSISTING OF 11 COWS FRESH THIS FALL AND WINTER AND MILKING GOOD NOW 1 COW to freshen in April 3 HEIFERS, 5 months old 3 BULLS, 5 months old $ BRED HEIFERS 3 SMALL HEIFERS 4 SMALL BULL CALVES 1 BULL, 14 months old This is a Bangs vaccinated herd and T-B tested. Individual health certificates will be furnished with each animal 3»aa&>3as83w:amBBc^^ FARM MACHINERY 1954 JOHN DEERE "60" TRACTOR Like New 1955 227 John Deere 2-row MOUNTED PICKER Picked about 130 A. of Com NEW IDEA 4 BAR TRACTOR Side Delivery RAKE I.H.C. 2-row Cultivator; 1952 I.H.C. Super C & 2 row cultivator, regular Farmall on rubber; 36 ft. Farmers Friend Elevator, Speed Jack and Hoist, 1 2' roof sec. for Elevator; 10 ft. I.H.C. Power Binder in exceptionally good condition; 1955 New Idea No. 17 Tractor Spreader, like new; 1955 M. M. 4. section Rotary Hoe; 1953 10 ft. I.H.C. Field Cultivator; 10 ft. Land Roller; 15 ft. John Deere Disc; 2—16" 2 bottom I.H.C. Plows? 1955 4 section Ko ar Flexible Drag with Folding Steel Draw Bar; Horse Drawn Side Delivery; 9" Portable Fairbank s Hammer Mill with Power Take-off and on rubber; 2 row I.H.C. Corn Planter; 10" I.H.C. Burr Mill; I. H.C. 6 ft. Mower; 2 Heavy Duty Farm Trailers; Wood Flare Box; Bain High-Wheeled Lumber Wagon with Box and Spring Seat; 2 Steel Wagons; 2 Hay Racks; John Deere Endgate Seeder; Mounted Circle Saw with 2 blades, 30" and 24"; Good Stone Boat with cast iron head; 2 Pair 11 x x 36 Tractor Chains; Jari Cycle Mower, 1 yr. old; 5—20 rod rolls 26" heavy duty woven wire, like n ew; Rubber Tired 2-Wheel Swill Cart; 50 Steel Posts; New Grapel Fork; 3—45 bu. Jamesway Hog Feeders; 1—15 bu. Jamesway Hog Feeder; 70- gallon Jamesway Hog Waterer; McCullough Wat er Tank with 2 Hog Waterers; 2 Steel Hog Troughs, 15 ft. long; 15 Cast Iron Individual Hog Troughs; 8 Steel Individual Hog Troughs; 2 good Tank Heaters; Oil Brooder Stove,- 1,000 chick size; Jamesway Electric Brooder, 1,000 chick size; Chicken Feeders, Waterers, Tools, and many other articles too numerous to mention. ^xemamomomom^xs^^ MILKING EQUIPMENT 2 Unit Surge Milker, pipeline for 14 cows 4-S I.H.C. Cream Separator 3—5 Gallon Milk Cans 1 Strainer International PICKUP 1954 — 3 /4 TON Complete with stock rack, with less than 6,000 miles. Just like new ! Whitmore Cabinet Grand UPRIGHT PIANO In Very Good Condition BUILDINGS - 20 x 30 Hog Shelter; 12 x 16 Portable Feed Floor; 8 x 12 Feed Shed, like new; 12 x 19 Insulated Brooder House; Good Hay Bunk. HAY - STRAW • OATS - About 900 bales Red Clover Hay; About 500 bales threshed Straw, baled out of stack; About 300 bales of Stubble Clipping; About 600 bu. 2nd year Nemaha Oats; About 1,000 bu. Good Oats USUAL AUCTION TERMS — Cash or make arrangements with your banker. No property to be moved until settled for. We will not be responsible for any accident that might occur on the grounds during sale time. OUINN_fc VUNGEPERG, Auctioneers «P<t*V» • WW T • Huisntiiii, owner Farewell For Statllemanru St. Joe, Feb. 1 St. Joe -* Mr and Mrs Frank Stattlemann and family were pleasantly surprised at a farewell courtesy in their home on Friday evening ,Feb. 1st, when neighbors and relatives gathered for a social evening. A delicious lunch brought by the guests was served. Those attending were Mr and Mrs Will Reding, Mrs Rose Stattlemann, Mr and Mr.i Henry Thilges. Mr and Mrs Harold Thilges, Mr and Mrs Werner Wertz, Mr and Mrs iDelmer Plathe, Mr and Mrs Ed Bormahn, Mr and Mrs Ray Thilges; Mr and Mrs Ralph Reding, Mr and Mrs Woman tig, Mr and Mrs fcetor Kirsch and Mr and Mrs Harold Frideres. The evening was spent at cards with Mrs Ralph Reding and Mrs Rose Stattlemann deceiving prizes. Mr and Mrs Stat- tlemann and family will move to the Mrs Kate Peck farm east of West Bend the 1st of March. They were presented a blanket from their neighbors as a farewell gift. Mr and Mrs Harold Reding and Mr and Mrs Ralph Reding attended the Grain Dealers convention in Des Moines last week. Mr and Mrs Mike Mergen of Whittemore and Mrs Kate Heiderscheid of West Bend were visitors in the Norbert Frideres home Tuesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Maurice Reding and Mr and Mrs Frank Bormann and son Kalel spent Mohday- with Mr and Mrs George Bormann and son George and Mr and Mrs Roger Bormann at New Hampton. Mr and Mrs George Wagner attended the wedding and reception of a cousin, JoAnn Illg, daughter Mr and Mrs Al Illg to Leo Weisdorf of Fulda, Minn, on Saturday morning in Avoca, Minn. A wedding dance held in Wahall, Minn, was also attendee! by Ronald Illg, Edward Reding and Franklin Wagner from here. They all returned home on Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Harold Reding and Janet spent the weekend in Sioux City with Mr and Mrs Reding's oldest daughter Sheryll, a student nurse in St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital in Sioux City. Sheryll observed her birthday on Sunday, Feb. 3rd. She spent 3 days in the hospital the past week with strep throat and tonsilitis. Mr and Mrs Thermon Pruitt were pleasantly surprised Sunday evening when relatives and friends gathered for a. pot luck dinner and social evening. Prizes were awarded to Mrs John Thul and Bob Bormanh for high, with Mrs William Devine and John Thursday, Feb. 7, 1957 Algono (la.) Uppw Pit nephew, Richard KohlhaSS and family. Mr and Mrs Paul Erpeldirig were pleasantly surprises! itt their home when relatives ttme to help them observe thef 20th wedding anniversary. The evening was spent at cards With prizes awarded to Mrs Harold Friclers and Martin FrideTS rfr> ceiving high prize and Mrs Ed* mund Friders and Gerald Ef* pelding receiving low prizfiV Mt and Mrs Erpelding were giveft a gift, and lunch brought by the guests was served. Attending were Mr and Mrs Harold Friders and family, Mr and Mrs MartitJ Friders and family, Mr and Mrt Peter Bormann and Mr end Mr? Andrew Kramer and family •alt from here, Mr and Mrs EdmUnd Friders and family, Algona, Mr and Mrs John Erpelding and, family, Whittemore; Mildred Hellman, Bancroft; Mr and Mra Clarence Friders and family, West Bend Thul receiving low prize. Mr and Mrs Pruitt had a farm sale on Thursday Jan. 31st with plans for the future not decided at the present time. Attending the gathering were Mr and Mrs Clarence Eisenbarth, Mr and Mrs Bob Bormann and son Louis, Mrs Dt'lmer Plathe and son Richard, Mr and Mrs E. J. Gales, Mr and Mrs Eugene Thul. Mr and Mrs William Devine, Mr and Mrs Alphonse Berte, Mr and Mrs Joe Sinnwell, Mrs Florence Hammer, Mr and Mrs John B. Reding, Mr and Mrs John Thul, Mr and Mrs Pete Werling, Mr and Mrs Len McGuire, Mr and Mrs Paul Thilges Jr., Mrs Mike Schmitt, Peter Erpelding, Alvin Erpelding, Al Becker and Maurice Erpelding. Mrs John Dilig from Evanston. Illinois, is here assisting with the care of her father Frank Hilbert who has been in poor health Mr and Mrs Irwin Melavin from' Humboldt were Sunday visitors in the home of their Titonka Savings Bank, Clerk ANOTHER SPECIAL EVENT IN GRAHAMS 50TH JUBILEE YEAR TRIMMED NEW STONE NEW SPRING PANTIES 59c to $1.98 Ladies will LOVE thesel ... because they are dainty panties daintily trimmed and lavishly embroidered for a perfect Valentine gift. Knit nylon or cotton. White and all pastel shades, and full size range. JEWELRY JI-8 Modest in price — but so sparkling new that this is costume jewelry that will be 'treasured'. Pins, necklaces, ear rings ... all so newly styled with a wide, wide variety of beautiful stones. Let her "sparkle" with Graham's Valentine jewelry 1 HANDBAGS Jl-JHI Bags in sizes, shapes and colors that herald the coming of the new season ... so style-right for her Spring costume. Fabrics, plastics and genuine leathers in a host of styles •— marked by the newest handbag colors for Spring '57. NEW TAILORED GLOVES What a Valentine glove selection Graham's has awaiting your choice I They are styles that "peek" behind the curtain into Spring, for sure 1 Cotton suedes, nylon suedes, string gloves that are so fresh-looking and stretch to fit perfectly ... in sheer White and all colors. Target-hitters for Valentine's Day I Miracle Nylon Slips Wth Elegant Nylon Lace "She loves nothing better on a 'gift-day' than a perfect- fitting Graham slip like these . . . for these are in Miracle nylon fabric and lavishly trimmed with nylon lace at bodice and hem. They're easy to launder, fast-drying, with just a touch of the iron necessary. In shimmering pure white. LOVELY HANDKERCHIEFS 25c Come to Graham's for those wisps of 'kerchiefs that will make real hits as Valentine gifts! Hundreds and hundreds of them . . . flashing floral prints, many lace trimmed for daintiness, lots and lots of applique patterns. Pick them by the twos and threes for heart-day gifts 1 ; TO 1.00 blouses For the gift that goes straight to her heart, pick her Valentine from our bouquet of blouses, all as fresh and beautiful as Spring itself I You can pick Valentine gift blouses on Graham's balcony to your content — and to her heart's content I These are famous Ship n' Shore cottons, as fresh and crisp as can be, and so dressy. Dacrons, Nylons, Silk prints also. Sizes 30 to 44. For living Dolls GIRLS FROCKS Sluwung Unit "Gems" That Will Make Her a Valentine Poll! 1.98 to 5.98 Graham's racks, brimming end to end with so many lovely girls dresses... practical ginghams, party nylons, bolero styles, two-piece effects ... aj&d »• bright an<j gala as a Valentine heajtl Pick oae/ pick two for those 'living dells' en your list. Sizes 3 i« 14. DRIP DRY COTTON SLIPS, no iron., with lace and embroidery trim/ in white only 2.98 PROOF The ONE Hosiery Name That Every Woman Knows And Cherishes ... So Perfect for a Valentine Gift I Why is HOLJBPROOF so popular? They're afceer. sheer stockings, they wear and wear. they come in proportioned sizes and lengths for perfection of fit. Now in misty daytime sheers for dress wear, and in service weight for day- in, day-out wear. Give her Holeproofs I 1.35Pr. GIFT BOX OF THREE PAIRS 3.90 MORE FOR YOUR SHOPPING DOLLAR IN

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