The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 7, 1957 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 7, 1957
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4-Atyma (la.) U PT w 1>«* Metr*> , E»t». 7, Geo. Daniels, 71, Titonka Resident, Buried Monday Titonka — Funeral services for George Danieis, 71, a former Ti- 1onka resident, were held Monday at. 1:30 at the Boughton Fu- nci-al Home in Bvilt. i iir Rev. Julius J. VanDcnHoek, paster oi the Christian Reformed Churcn officiated. Burial was in the ChrAstian Reformed Cemetery. Mr Daniels died .Friday morning, Feb. 1, at the home of his brother. Cleus of Clear Lake with whom he had been making hi:home the past few years. He hac: been in ill health the pnst year Death was caused by a heart at tack. Mr Daniel 1 ? was born May 23 1885, to Harm and Marmka Swytor Daniels in Germany. He cnine to the United Stales when he was 11 years old. He an i hi. parents lived for many years at , Grundy Center, later moving to the Woderi-Titonka area. He lived for many years in Titonka with his sister and husband, Mi and Mrs Henry Schroeder, latei living with his sister at Crystal Lake and brother Glaus of Clear Lake. His occupation was farming all of his life. He had never married. Surviving are four brothers and four sisters, Mary Klunder of Grundy Center; Herman, ot Garner; Anna Schroeder of Woj den; Martin of Des Moines; Al- I oert of Reviln, S. Dak.; Tina Rig- I gle of Crystal Lake: Glaus oi Clear Lake; and Sadie Rotschafei of Britt. Aid Installs Officers Gertie Sonnenberg and Mrs Jacob Kurlzelben were hustesst for the Ramsey Reformed Ladie; Aid Wednesday. At this meet ing the newly elected officers were installed by the Rev. Wm Kroon and they took over 'thei: duties following the installation The officers for 1957 are: Presi dent, Mrs Clarence Penning; lo vice president, Mrs Willian Kroon; 2nd vice president. Mis Margaret Tjaden; secretary, Mr: Waller Aukes; and treasure! Miss Katheryn Kurtzleben. Woman't Club Meeting The Titonka Woman's Club will meet February 7, at tin home of Mrs W. P. Truesdell The subject for the evening is "Time For Education." Devejop- ment. of T.V. as an Education Factor will bo given by Mary Oesterreicher. The Book "Mar tha Berry" will be reviewed by Betty Brandt. We Have u Good Supply of GOOCH'S BEST • Dairy Feed • Hog Feed • Laying Feed with DOUBLE Red Circle Points Remember, all Gopch Red Circle Points may be traded •for useful personal arid household items. So now is the time to add to your collection of Red Circle Points. FREET CHICK STARTER Next time you come in let us tell you all about our special offer for .the coming chick season—50 Ibs. Gpoch's Best Chick Starter for 100 Red Circle Points. Ask us for your Free "Hanging Red Cirde Saver" Buy your Gooch'i Best Dairy, Hog and laying Feed from ui now and gel DOUBLE fbe number of Red Circle Points. ALGONA PRODUCE DAIRY DISPERSAL * • •% , * As we have decided to quit dairying we will hold a complete t dispersal of our herd of purebred and high grade Holstein cattle »on the farm located 4Vi miles east of Emmetsburg on Highway *Wo. 18 or IVt miles north and 2 miles west of Cylinder, on i Saturday, Feb. 16 » " . \ SALE STARTS AT liQQ P.M, 38 Head of Registered & High Grade HOLSTEIN CATTLE I—five year-old registered Holstein cow to calf in April. Hawlceye Ormtby Beacon Jewel *— from Chapman's herd. I«-registered Holstein heifer not bred — daughter of th» ab?ve, Hawkey* Qrmsby Beacon Jewel 2nd sired by Pabst Roamer Model No, 19. }«Hfour<year-Q)d registered Holstein cow to calf in June, Homestead Duke Leo, }—registered Holstein 16 month old heifer bred in December, Homestead Lois 7~-Hol*tein cows to call in August and September, coming with 3rd and 4lb calves. l*~Two<y»arT0id high gride Holstein heifer fresh Pec, 27th 4—Holitein heifers to calf by April 1st —HoUJein hotfe** to «wtf **xi *§H our-y»ar-oW high gradeJfeMtfin cowf to call in April Mm Holstein heifers & Holstein steer calf oi»t»in Heifers calves One Four Year Old Registered Holstein Bull Rag Apple Milter Master the above cow* and hellers are »U bred to this bull Tb* itavt ajf all calfhood vaccinated and the cows are * T«B. end Bangs Jetted DAIRY EQUIPMENT CAA milk cool»f ^^^w mynpx* mm vwm v ra* aiUk- T!^^ ^^wiw,(w' Ml tOf 18 r (5^PWP^* fl^Rp*jpv IF" MACHINERY Two rev AJlis Chalmers Mlw a W4?, «l W.D, Hay Loader ofUt, Jnd * 8«» Cutting AHelffi Hoy in The Born \ f»|f fr p MF™ 94HrjnJiilit *W in case of SCHLICKELMAN i KUNGAMAN It 6HA1UE Monday eveiiing Mr and Mrs Harvey Graham entertained Mr and Mrs Wm. Spieker of Buffalo Center, Mr and Mrs Dwight Graham and son, Mr and Mrs Fred Jennings, Mrs Mamie Spieker and Mr and Mrs Joe Boekelman and lamiiy, on Mr Graham's birtnday. Mr and Mrs Tom Loats werf accompanied by George Johnson and Myrtle, Sunday, when they visited at the home of Hio Loats of Buffalo Center. Calvin Boekelman, son of Mi and Mrs Joe Boekelman. cele orated his 6th birthday Thursday evening by having Mr and Mr.- Bob Boekelman and family, Mi and Mrs Donald Graham and Cheryl, Mr and Mrs Siemon Sunken and Kevin, Mr and Mrs ftarvey Graham, Mr and Mrs ?"red Jennings .and Mrs Maggk Boekelman present for the oc casion. Mrs Anna Swyter was pleasantly surprised Saturday aftei noon, Feb. 2 when 14 ladies came to help her celebrate her birthday. Lunch was served by the quests. Those present were Mrs Jeorge L. Schmidt, Mrs Anna Alke, Misses Etta and Maude Sleeker, Mrs Carl Giesking, Mrs Katie Rode, Mrs John Rode, Mr.- filla Brandt, Mrs Con Schmidt, Mrs Anna Ubben, Mrs Reka Hipp, Mrs Nick Heesch, and Mrs George Sachau. Mr and Mrs Maurice Givens- and Mrs Lucy Givens were dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Clark Miller Friday evening Mrs W. P. Truesdell took her daughter Kay to Iowa City, Monday, where she will resume hei studies after a week of vacation. Mr and Mrs George Sachau and daughters were hostesses to Mt- and Mrs Henry Van Hove and family and Mr and Mrs J. L. Intermill and family Thursday evening at a fish fry. The occasion was in honor of Caroll Van Hove who is home on leave from the Army and Janice Intermill whose birthday was Jan. 31. Mr and Mrs J. D. Hobbs of Hampton are the parents of a baby son born Jan. 26. Mrs Hobbs is the former JoAnn Kurtzleben, daughter of Mrs Jacob Kurtzleben of Titonka. Mr and Mrs John Tjarks have moved into their new home recently built, located east of the Ray Hansen home. Mr and Mrs Tjarks and Verlyn were former residents of Titonka but for a number of years have been living on a farm on the outskirts of Hayfield. • Mr and Mrs Clark Miller and family were Sunday, dinner guests of Mr Miller's parents, the J. L. Millers of Burt. Tim Miller stayed with his grandparents for a few days visit. Mr and Mrs John, Welhousen and family were guests at the home of Mr and Mn, G. D. Wel- housen. The occasion was Mrs Welhousen's birthday. George Kline of Waterloo and Joseph Kline of Monona were weekend guests at the home of their parents, Mr and, Mrs Joe Kline. Mr -and Mrs Donald Budlong are the parents of a baby son born Monday morning, Feb. 4, at the Park hospital in Masop City. The baby weighed over 3 Ibs at birth and has been named Roy, They have two other children both girls. Mrs Budlong's mother, Mrs Toggweiler, Miami, Fla., came Wednesday to care for the family. Craig Sathoff, son of Mr and Mrs Ed Sathoff, was a patient at the Buffalo Center hospital from Wednesday till Saturday. He contacted penurnonia and 'will be confined to his home for another week before returning tp school. He was a high scoring forward on the Titonka basketball team this year. The W.S.C.S. will meet Feb. 13 at the Methodist Fellowship Hall with Mrs Leonard Callies, Mrs Roy Walrod, Mrs J. K. Hill and Mrs Robert Lang as hostesses. The Lesson will be given by Mrs Walker McDonald and the devotions will be given by Mrs Sadie Denton. Mrs Clark Miller of Titonka was hostess to a Heart meeting at her home Thursday evening Jan. 31. At the meeting Mr$ Bea Garrett was named chair" man and Mrs Lillian Honken, cochairman for the town of Titonka. Mrs Miller is chairman of the North Kossuth District. The Buffalo Township Homemakers club made" a tour of four of Mason City's business pla.ces Friday, Feb .1st. Those participating were: Mrs Gertrude Bartlett, Mrs Martha Boy ken, Mrs Lois Brandt, Mrs Verna Alke, Mrs Jennie Rode, Mrs Lestei Eden. Mrs Toni Higgins, Mrs Ervin Eden, 'Mrs Norma Ricks, and Mrs Dorothy Nothwohr. Mr and Mrs Herman Harms of Titonka announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Gladys Ann, to Loreri D. Hansen, son of Mr and Mrs Ernest Hansen. also of Titonka, The wedding will take place in April. The bride-elect is employed in Algona by the Jack's O. K. Shop and the groom-to-be is the assistant man. ager of the Titonka Cooperative Creamery. BURT NEWS Mr and MV s Cecil Godfredson tooi Mrs Isenbirger and her daughter, Mvs Anderson to Algona Thursday evening. THey were supper guests at the Ben Wibben home after which Mrs Anderson left Aljgcrta by bus for her home in Missouri Valiey. Mr and Mrs larl Aekerman, rs Robert Ajcksnrmn with Mr and Mrs Evil^n, Schuilor visited Mrs Jim Aekerman on Thursday, rs Aekerman whose home is rfier undeiwent major syfgery at Ijercy hospiUl Mason ;CHy, last week. Jersey is the Garden Slate. Golden Wedding Observed Jan. 2/ At Livermore Livermote — Mr and Mrs Seward were honored at an oprn hou*e at the Immanuel Lutheran church Sunday, Jan. 27 in honor of their golden wedding anniversary. The cake was baked bv het daughter-in-law, Mrs Earl Erickson. Theit daughters-in-law. Mrr Lyle Seward and Mrs Roya 1 Seward poured. Mrs Earl Erirk- -on had charge of the guest bock. Hostesses were Mrs Bert Looney and Mrs Herman Weitzel and Merjorie Seward. Host? were Lyle SewarH. Rovp' <5r>«r. ard, Bert Looney Jr., Earl Erickson and Herman Weitzel. The guests enjoyed a scrap book of the fifty years of *Hc married life of Mr and Mrs Seward. Mrs Seward, the former Catrte Tufti, was born October 13, 1888 near Leland, 111. and Mr Seward was born July 28, 1884 near Eorl- villo, ni. They were married Jan. 23. 1907'in Ottowa, 111. They farmed there until moving to Bode, March 1915. They have farmed all their lives and now live near Livermore. Mr and Mrs Seward enjoy good health are very active. They are members of the Immanue! Lutheran church in Livermore. They are the parents of six children, Lyle of Gilmore City Royal of Fort Dodge, Marjork Seward of Chicago, 111., Leora, Mrs Earl Erickson of Humboldt. Violet, Mrs Bert Looney Jr. of Mammoth, • 111., and Charlotte Mrs Herman Teitzel of Mankato Minn. They have 12 grandchildren. All of their children were present for the occasion. RETIRES Claude Fothergill of Monti cello has retired after 43 years if service with the Monticello State Bank. Now 70, he started work for the bnnk in 1914. Charles Morris 80th Birthday At Lone Rock ftotfc — Mr and Mrs J=ick Johnson and daughters Carolyn and Janet from Cowrie, Will Christenson were Sunday dinner guests at the Charlie Morri- home. Mr and Mrs Raymond Kaag and Mrs Mamie Fitzpatficfc and daughter Josephine all from Graettinger, Mrs A. A. Krueger. Mrs E. A. Lee and Mrs Ronald Christenson were afternoon visitors. and were all luncheon guests. Mr Morris was celebrating his 80th birthday. Mrs Ray Webb. Duane and Garry of Algona were Sunday dinner guests at the Kenneth Richards home. In the afternoon they attended the open house celebration honoring the 40tli wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Richards P.W.O. will meet Thursday afternoon at 2:00 in the church. Hostesses wiU be Mesdames Jesse Blanchard. Ray Black, Clair Bolinger, C. E. Nordine. Walter Thompson, E. M. Jensen. Program: Mrs Delmar Fischer. Topic. In Every Age. Dick Jensen, son of Mr and Mrs E. M. Jensen of Lone Rock, received a scholarship award for the second semester during his Junior year as a student at Uni versify of Arizona at Tucson. Ariz. Lawrence Geitzenauer, Delmm Fischer and Henry Schroeder returned Wednesday morning aftei attending a grain dealers convention in Des Moines. Bernard Pettit, Bob Marlovv and Kenneth Flaig left Thursday morning for a two weekf- vacation in the South. Mr and Mrs Roger Walker and family of Fenton, Mr and Mry Charles Staudt and girls wen supper guests Thursday evening of Mrs Florence Schroeder and family. Mr and Mrs Walter Thompson and family called Thursday evening on W. C. Heiter. Mr and Mrs Ronald Christen- son spent Tuesday and day in Willmar, Minn. Tfity visited at the Russell Kruegef home. Sunday for dinner the Chiistenson's entertained Mr and Mis E. A. Lee and family, ME and Mrs A. A. Krueger and Ker-* mit. . Susan Schrocder visited Thursday afternoon with her grand* mother, Mrs Emma Hurlburt. Friday evening Mrs Huriburt* Mary and Rachael cahe,1 on Wi'ma Busch of Algona. Sunday afternoon Mrs Hurlburt and Mary visited with Mrs Martha Ratii. . Mr and Mrs Dennis Zumach visited Mr and Mrs Merwin Hurlburt Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Clarence Martin and family visited over the weekend in Judson. Minn, at the parental Gomer iLvans residence, Mr and Mrs James Walker and Charla Jo, Mrs Rose Kraft, Mr, and Mis Clarence Kraft, Judy and Joy were dinner and supper guests Sunday at the Frederick &(•'•'!-tz home. Mr and Mrs Frank Flaig. Mr and Mrs Carl Peterson attended a oiacKsmun meeting in Fenton Sunday alternoon at the Homer Matthieson home. Edward Solberg's Complete CLOSING-OUT FARM SALE DESCRIBED PBOPERTY °" THE MONO LOCATED SALE STARTS AT 12:30-P.M. LUNCH ON GROUNDS 39 HEAD OF CATTLE 39 Consisting of 15 HIGH GRADE HOLSTEINS and PUREBREDS 1 REGISTERED COW. 5 yrs. old due in 6 weeks 1 REGISTERED COW, 6 yrs. old just fresh 1 REGISTERED COW, 7 yrs. old just fresh 1 REGISTERED HEIFER, 2 yrs. old due In about 2 mos. 2 GRADE COWS, just fresh 1 GRADE HEIFER, just fresh 1 GRADE HEIFER, coming with second calf in about a month 2 GRADE COWS, due in about 6 weeks. 2 GRADE COWS, milking about 4 months 2 GRADE HEIFERS, bred this winter 1 GRADE HEIFER, fresh since fall and bred back 4 YOUNG REGISTERED ANGUS COWS 1 with calf at side; 3 due to calf soon 1 Registered YEARLING ANGUS HEIFER 2 Registered ANGUS HEIFERS, 10 mos. old 1 ANGUS YEARLING STEER 3 ANGUS YEARLING HEIFERS 7 ANGUS SUMMER CALVES 6 SMALL ANGUS CALVES This herd is calfhood Bangs vaccinated and T. B. and Bangs tested. Individual health papers will be of sale. 3 YOUNG BLACKFACE EWES BRED IN JANUARY 1 BLACKFACE BUCK BROWN and WHITE SADDLE MARE, 7 Years Old WELL BROKE AND GENTLE BUCKSKIN MARE SADDLE COLT GOOD SADDLE AND BRIDLE 6 MOS. OLD AND A REAL PROSPECT SHETLAND PONY, SINGLE HARNESS LIKE NEW FARM MACHINERY 1945 IHC M TRACTOR WITH POWER -PACK 1948IHC B TRACTOR WITH STARTER and LIGHTS 1953 NEW HOLLAND BALER WITH MOTOR, WITH STARTER 2—IHC 2-ROW CULTIVATORS IHC 8' WINDROWER CASE 4-BAR SIDE RAKE JOHN DEERE .TRACTOR SPREADER IHC 15' DISK (like new) MM CORN PICKER IHC 2-ROW CORN PLANTER, with fertilizer attachments IHC 3-14 PLOW, rubber tires NEW IDEA T TRACTOR MOWER 2-16" FLAT RACKS IHC SEEDER 4-SECTION DRAG Humboldt MANURE LOADER, fits M or H John Deere FIELD ENSILAGE CHOPPER NEW IDEA 46' ELEVATOR, wide type, with Stan Hoist. Hydraulic Lift NEW IDEA 4-WHEELED TRAILER, with steel flare box NEW IDEA 4-WHEELED TRAILER, with wooden box Massey Harris 6-ft. COMBINE BUILDINGS 12x20 GRAIN BIN, in good condition 12x14 BROODER HOUSE, in good condition 8x16 HOG HOUSE ' ' HAY and STRAW ABOUT 30Q BALES OF STRAW ' ABOUT 200 BALES Of AI.FAWA THIS HAY AND STRAW 13 IM BARN MILKING EQUIPMENT 2-unil DE LAVAL MILKER, pipeline for 17 cows IHC 4-can ELECTRIC MILK COOLER DELAVEL CAN LIFT (VACUUM) 10—10-gal. MILK CANS DELAVEL 18-gal. WATER HEATER MILK CAN RACK MISCELLANEOUS SET OF TRACTOR CHAINS RUBBER TIRED WHEEL BARROW 2—16' FEED BUNKS SET OF BALING FORKS KIMBALL UPRIGHT PIANO OIL BURNER TANK HEATER 300 gallon GAS BARREL and HOSE with stand KEROSENE BROODER STOVE, 500 Chick Size JOHN DEERE HAND CORN SHELLER Dill I ETC MfcW 1 9 W«edley'« Hatchery in Esthervilk- Blood Tasted. Culled and laying Good. j n is i$ Q Hatchery Flock now. • USUAL TERMS~Cash or make ariangements with your banker. No property to be removed until settled for. We will not be , responsible lor any acjeident that might occur on the grounds at any time. Edward » DALE YUNGE6EJIG, FIRST TRUST & SAVINGS BANK, Armstrong, Clerk

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