The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 17, 1955 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 17, 1955
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Wed In WhiHemore Thursday, Nav. 17, 1955 Algefto (fa.) Upper Be* Mdine*-S Early Teacher At Livermore Dies, Belmond Livefmore—Graveside service? for Mrs- G. A. Parsons of Belmond, the former Josie Hintor ".stherbrnoks of Livermore. took place Friday afternoon at the Union cemetery near Livermoro. Funeral services had been conducted at the Methodist church in Belmond earlier that afternoon. Josie Hinton was born here <Ui«ust 21. 1871 and died a! Belmond, November 6. Mrs Parsons will b'.' remembered in Livermore as Josie Hinton, daughter of the late Mr and Mr? VVilliam Strum and a leaner in the primary grades here about 00 "ears ago. Her first husband Joseph Estherbrooks, preceded her in death. She continued to make Livermore home until he> marriage to Mr Parsons about 2.0 years ago when she joined him at Belmond. Mr Parsons survives Pictured above are Mr and Mrs Roland Peitii of Whil- t'Tnore. who wo; i- mm:icd recently at St. Paul's Lutheran church at Whittt more by Hcv. Paul G. Weinhold. They will be at home on ;; f;,; m'noi-th of vVhittemore. The bride is the fnnivT Juliann Maahs, tla\it;ht( r of Mr and Mrs George H. Miiiih.-.. The b!]dci;n«.m is a son of Mr and Mrs H. R. Pcttit of Whitterr.orc." (Photo bv Nels Isaacson). • WESLEY By Mrs. Viola Studer Mrs Charles Nyt;aard attcnclirl tin- St;itc Farm Bureau convention in Des Mo me. 1 : Monday thiu Wc-dnt'.-day. Mr and Mrs Ray Marlson "f DPS ?•. unos. Mr and Mrs Philip Dah- lon cf Diivi'npui t sp<'iu Nnvt'iri- l»-r 1.! v.T-^kcnd at tht.- R.i.v ••fn hnim 1 . All onj'ivcd piv ;>. .uit iuinting. Mr nn,l Mrs Li-»n S\van-"ii and Kathy ir.ovrd N"v<:'n:bi'r 14 from Mason City to K;u: munt. \v):cn% )•,!• will be (•mpkjyoii ;n tin 1 offieo t>f tiu 1 crimmunity hospital. Mr;= Edna Mae Kleinpetcr and Mrs Irene Muehe represented the Tui.-:-rlay club at a meeting in the Alguna high school. Mr and Mrs J. P. Studer attended the surprise silver weddins ;!nniver,-ary party for Mr and Mrs August Robinson uf Swea City Thursday evening, Nov. 10. Mrs Studer was bi idesmaid at the Robinson's wedding. The party was held at the home of their daughter. Mrs Verne Mortenson's ;,! Swea City. Mrs Stanley Johnson entertained her Contract bridge club Monday t-voning. Mrs J.ihn Hughes was brought homo Saturday from Mercy hospital. Mn>»n City, wheie she had surgery. Her sister, Mrs Gene J.iek.-.-j'ri of Chicago, 111 came Saturday for a visit fit the Hughes home. Engaged To Wed Mr and Mrs Nick J. Klein of Livermore are announcing the engagement of their daughtei Yvonne Marie to Perry Smith of Dunlop. Iowa. Miss Klein is a graduate of Livermore high -choc! and has been employed a.-a waitress at the Old Timers Cafe in Livermore for the pas! three years. Mr Smith has been employed in Des Moines for the past two years. No date has been set foi the wedding. Mrs Logue Hostess Mrs Keith Logue was hostess to the Deal and Chat Club members at her home Thursday after noon. High prize in bridge went to Mrs Leonard Wilson, second high to Mrs T. D. Rossing. and consolation prize to Mrs Robert Woncierley. day morning. She has been named Jerry Lynn. Mrs Barton is the former Marvel Smith, daughter of Mr and Mrs Cecil Smith. Mrs Bess Devine received word that her cousin. Gene Sterling of Eagle Grove, was killed in a plane crash in Texas. Mr Sterling was the pilot in the plane. Mrs Devine went to Eagle Grove Thursday to attend the funeral services. A daughter was born Thursday to Mr and Mrs John Renquist it the Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge. The Renquists now have -i son and a daughter. Mr and Mrs J. F. Harnm attended the Iowa-Minnesota football ?nme at Iowa City Saturday. Mr and Mrs Virgil Wilson of Eagle Grove were Sunday evcn- •ng supper guests at the homo of his parents, Mr and Mrs Bill Wilson. Their son Gary, who spent the weekend here with his grandparents, returned home with them. John Fox. who spent several weeks visiting his sons, Donald md Ole, who both teach in Neb- •aska has returned home. Mr and Mrs Will Thilgcs of A1- ?ona and Mr and Mrs Alphons Berte were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Mrs Anna Berte home. Supper guests Thursday even- •ng at the Vern-m Kra'-ner home were Mr and Mrs Art Vaudt and Marilyn, Mr and Mrs John Zei- Tiet and Jackie, and Sonnv Lane Mr and Mrs Julius Becker an-' family were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the home of Mi Becker's mother. Mrs John Becker of St. Joe. Mr and Mrs Art Vaudt and Mr and Mrs Art Carlson and Shirley were Sunday evenina Cupper guests at the Vernol Opheim home in Bode and helped Mrs Opheim celebrate her birthday. Mrs Nick Klein and daughter. Yvonne and Perrv Smith snent last weekend at Stillwater. Minn., where they visited the former's son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Kellner. and fam- ilv. Having decided to quit farming, I will sell the following described property at public auction to be held on my farm loaded 5 miles west and 2 miles south of highway junction 169 and 18, Algona, or '2 mile south and 3 3/ 4 miles east of Whitlemore. ANNOUNCEMENT ALGONA IMPLEMENT Plan Christmas Parly The November Committee of the Sacred Heart Guild were hostesses to the Guild members in the parish hall Tuesday afternoon. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs Richard McKenna. A nominating committee i was appointed. They are Mrs Robert Wonderley. Mrs Richard McKenna and Anna Altman Plans were made for a pre-Christmas pot luck dinner Thursday evening. Dec. 15. is now an Authorized'Dealer For ADMIRAL FREEZERS We Invite You To Visit Our Store Now And Look Over Our Display of Admiral Freezers I D., NO • Not Responsible for Accidents • Sale Starts at 1 P.M. • Zumach Lunch Wagon on Grounds Ed Lainq Now Navy Ensign Mr and Mrs George Lenertz entertained a few friends at a Euchre party at their home Tuesday evening. The Neighborhood Club wa? entertained Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Henry Groh. Miss Josephine Wiedemeyer entertained a group of ladies at a Samba party at her home at the Catholic rectory Friday afternoon. Mrs Jessamine Miller was hostess to the Contract Club members and Mrs Joe Sanders at her home Saturday afternoon. Th-remainder of the afternoon wa. c ~pcnt in playing Contract bridge. High prize went to Mrs George Lenertz, second high to Mrs Ted Wagner and traveling prize to Lena Ahman. Mrs George Foth accompanied Mr and Mrs Ernest Haack to Bancroft where they visited Mrs Foth's mother. Mrs Elsbecker. who has bt-en in puor health recently. Mrs Veda Shoemaker of Washington, D. C. arrived Saturday for a visit with her parents, Mr and Mrs Frank Hofimann. and her sister, Mrs Donald Clark. A daughter was born to Mi and Mrs Howard Barton Tues- Edwin C.. Laing, son of Mr and Mrs Otto B. Laing of 103 W. College St., and husband of the former Miss Mary A. Bruch Of 512 S. Jerome St.. all of Algona, ,Ia., was graduated and commission- j ed Ensign. USNR. during cere- | monies Nov. 10 at the Navy's Of- i ficer Candidate School at New- j port, R.I. The new officers screened from college graduates, have completed a four-month indoctrination course in seamanship, operations and tactics. Naval weapons, marine engineering, navigation and military law. The Algona Upper DCS Molnes has the largest circulation in Kossuth county of any publication Machinery • 1,936 Model A J.D. Tractor, fluid in tires, Healhouser, A-l condition, with 2-row cultivator. • 15-ft. J. D. Disc, in A-l condition. • 22Vi-fl. Kovar Flexible Harrow with holding steel evener. • John Deere 2-14" Plow. • 999 John Deere Corn Planter with tractor hitch. • John Deere 10" HammermUl. • Massey-Harris Tractor Manure Spreader. • 7-ft. IHC Tractor Mower with Gaterman Windrower, used 1 season. • Farmers Friend Elevator, 3S-ft. with overhead hoist. • 1951 A-C Rotor Baler, like new. • Hoosier Endgate Seeder. • Rubber-tired Wagon with steel flare box, like new. • Steel Wheel Wagon with box. • 6'/2xl4-ft. Flat Rack on rubber. HOUSEHOLD & MISC. Jari Lawn Mower, Rubber-tired Chore Cart, Silent Sioux Gas Brooder, 300-gal. Gas Tank, 3—50-gal. Gas Barrels, Worm Gear Pump Jack, 8-fl. Hog Feeder, 14-fl. Feed Bunk, Emery Wheel, and Sickle Grinder, with '2 h.p. motor. Oak Dining Room Suite, buffet, table with the three leaves and pads and 6 chairs. Wine Davenport, 2 chairs and 2-dr. steel cupboard. BROODER HOUSE 8 x 20 ft. Brooder HouV' wired, just like new. Including Registered Bull 8 CHOICE SHORTHORN STOCK COWS. 6 are first and second calves. 2 are 5th and 6th calves. These cows to calve again in late spring. 8 CHOICE SPRING & SUMMER SHORTHORN CALVES. PUREBRED POLLED SHORTHORN BULL, Registered. Bull was calfed Aug. 15, 1954. From Albert J. Larson herd at Ayrshire. 16 FALL PIGS 2 Sows with 19 pigs to be sold as a unit. 2-000 BALES OF HAY 800 BALES OF STRAW 400 PULLETS LEGHORN-HAMPS, February hatching, laying 75 to 80%. Nests and Feeders. The Following to Be Sold at Auction By JameS Kollasch • 4-wheel New Idea Spreader. • 2-unit Surge Milking Machine, pipe line for 12 cows. • IHC 15-ft. Disc, 1953 model • 4-section J. D. Drag. TERMS: CASH. OR MAKE ARRANGEMENTS WITH YOUR BANKER. Walter *J. Fandel YUNGEBERG AND QUINN, Auctioneers. FARMERS STATE BANK, Whittemore, Clerk DAVIS ICE BOX CORSAGE tile Ukt 0*1 4-S«a«en Comfort in your n«w Bvicfc with FRIGIDAIRE CONDITIONING — now at a new low pries Big-Fprnily-Siie Capacity— Holds 350 Ibs. Frozen Food T>u« Super-Speed Freezing— all 4 shelves made of Refrigerant Tubing! "Gircglofing Cold Air" Design insures cooling on all sides of food packages Toke* No More Floor Space Than a 9 «u. ft. Refrigerator ALGONA IMPLEMENT Phone 52 Walt f Deb Hail frl, Sat., and Monday Limit 1 to 4 customer look r«all Feel reall Mad* from chemically treated fibres thai have the appearance and texture of natural flower*. After wearing, tb«*e corioget regain their original freth- neu when placed In Ice box . , . day be kept indefinitely. Choice of Rotev Oordenloi, Apple Blouomi, etc. in naturei color*. Packed individually in cellophane carton. Don't miM thi» special. DAVIS PAINT ASSOCIATE STORE Mr *nd Mrs Bill Amon (That's the O F COURSE, you can floor the pedal of this stunning new '56 Buick aud get the full- power sweep of its advanced uew Variable Pitch Dynaflow. That's how you switch the pitch of this airplane-principled transmission for instant safety-surge acceleration to get out of a tight spot on the. highway. But now you get a brilliant new response at the Start of pedal travel, too. Now you get a solid take-hold for instant takeoff in the first inch of pedal action—where most Of your normal driving b handled. And you get this great new getaway with a big boost to go> mileage, too. So there you are, just nudging the pedal, and getting action that makes you feel like you've floored it There you are, handling all your normal driving situations with a confident toe-touch—with new surety and snap—and with the happy satisfaction that comes with a sizable step-up in tha miles you get from a tankful of gas. And there you are, rolling along with beaming pride as boss man of the best Buick yet For here you have, beating any past Buick, the •Die 1956 Buick CENTURY 4-Door Riviaio greatest power yet-the boldest styling yet— the sweetest ride yet —the smartest interior yet —and, by far, the best buy yet. Drop in on us this week—tomorrow, if you can —and see for yourself that there's never before been anything like this Buick beauty for 1958, *.Veu> Advanced Variable Pitch Dynaflow is the only Dynaflow Buick builds today. It is standard on Roadmaster, Super and Century—optional at tuod&l extra cost on the Special. 105 N. Hall WHEN HTW AUTOMQIIIW ABE Wtt.1 WICK WIU W»10 THEM — BRANDT BUICK Algona, Iowa

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