The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1955 · Page 51
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Xmas Party Season Is On In Wesley Area Wesley—The C. D. of A 's held fiuost night Wednesday, Nov 30 with a large attendance of members nnd guests and also met Wednesday evening, Dec. 7 with Josie Lickteig, Minnie Frimml TholmaBlain Beatrice IlildT^n nnd Zeta Studer on the entertainment committee. Anna Mae Hirner, Rose Hau- plly, Dorothy Ei?enbarher. Blan<-ho Rasmussen. Mary Richter and Paulino Pfeffer were on the serving committee. The annual Christmas party will be held Thursday evening December 15, with a 50 cent gift exchange. Alvina Mayer of Paris, France, gave a very interesting talk on .several points <>f interest in France. Bridge and 500 was nlayed. Ruth Youngquist and Mary Osk-rreieher won high and low -rore pri/.es in bridge; Wilma Frochlirh and Roselle Neurolh in 5(10. Mary Osterrcichcr n?o re- c-'-ived the door prize-. Wedding (iresses. some new and some old v. eve modeled by 12 members. Lunch was served by the committee: Betty CrarWton, Ruth Youngwirlh, Matilda God/.. Joan J-'hr.yon. Phyllis Walker and Mildied F. Studrr. The entertam- iKi-n' commiltee \vas Jennie ' ;•'(•!;', Clara Bauer. Mary Joyce Ilaverly. Maijoiie Goetz and Ir'-ne Ilatlig. Auxiliary Xmas Party The American Legion Auxi- lary held its annual Christmas jijirty Thursday evening, Dec. 1. Following the covered dish Kmrheon 500 was played. Paul- ;nv Pfeffer was awarded lugh -.••re prize and Helen Johnson i ><,v score prize. Magdeline Grant won the door prize. A gift exchange was held. Rita Ynungwii-th gave a report on the meeting of the Council of Retarded Children in Algona recently. The next meeting will be heldt Thursday evening, Jan. 5. Paul* ine Pfeffer and Nyla Newbrough Wil be hostesses. Rosalie DeBoer and Mary Lou Studer will furnish entertainment. Brownies Plan Parly Th? Brownies will hold their Christmas party in the Legion hall Thursday, Dec. 15. The youngsters drew names for a 50- cent Christmas gift exchange at their meeting held Monday afternoon, Nov. 28 in the Legion hall. Gun Accident Victim Mrs Carl Albee's brother, Harold Seifert, is still a patient in the Britt Memorial hospital having suffered serious injuries to his body when a gun accidently discharged as he was getting out of his car near his Britt home. He has had numerous blood transfusions > Needle Club Hostess Mrs Cletus Studer was hostess to the Needlework club at her home Tuesday evening. Nov. 29. They planned a Christmas party and gift exchange to be held at the home of Mrs Martin Hamilton at a later date. I A New Arrival j Mr .and Mrs Paul Schmitt of I Lohrvillc are proud parents' of I their first child, a boy born Sati urclay. Nov. 26, at Mercy hospital. Ft. Dodge. Mrs Schmitt is the former Patricia Richtsmeier, daughter of Mr and Mr? A. N. Richlsmeier. The baby has been named Charles Eugene. Mother and son were taken to their home Saturday. Due to the inclement weather and bad roads the A) N. Richtsrneicrs were unable to visit the Schmitts over the weekend. Mr and Mrs Lon Gouge attended the wedding of Larry Garman. son of Mr and Mrs Stan Garman of Corwith, and Marlene Steward ;U the Corpus Christi Church in Fort Dodge Wednesday morning Nov. 30. Mr and Mrs Ed Hildman and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Robert Kain returned home Sunday evening, Dec. 4 from a two week's trip, fney visited the Hildmah's daughter and family the Delrriar Pomfrrer-' enings at Lovelock, Nevada and the Matt and Lawrence Hildman families at Long Beach, Calif. They encountered very inclement weather and icy highways. The first of a series of square dances was heLd Wednesday evening Dec. 7 in the Legion hall. Mr and Mrs Louis Cink entertained a group of friends at a 500 card party Sunday evening. Mrs Justine Becker and Mrs Wilfred Becker were servers at the regular meeting of the Catholic Missionary Society Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 30. Masses in St. Joseph's Catholic church Thursday, Dec. 8, the feast of the Immaculate conception will be at 7 and 9 a.m. Mr.s E. N. Kolaplpstas and children of Mason City spent the, Nov. 20th weekend at the parental. George Vitzthum home. Mr and iMrs George Goetz accompanied Mr and Mrs Lee Ricke of Morgan, Minn, to William? Thursday, where they visited Lawrence Ritke and family. Lawrence, a brother of Mrs Goctz and Lee Ricke is very ill. Eugene Hall, son of Mr and Mrs Gilbert Hall of Britt, formerly of the Wesley vicinity enlisted in the air forces last week. Mrs Tillie Loebig arrived home Monday, Nov. 28 from 5 weeks in Chicago, with her daughter and husband. Mr and Mrs John Larson and other relatives. Mrs Russell Swanson and new son Mitchell Dean left Britt hospital Saturday. Dec. 3, • for a week's stay with her parents, Mr Kayser Infant Baptised, St. Joe St. Joe—Delia Rose Kayser, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Kayser. born on Nov. 16 in St. Ann hospital in Algona, was baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's Church br Rev. Leo C. Schumacher. Sponsors were Herbert. Kayser who acted as proxy for Norman Kayser and Mrs Herbert Kayser. Mr and Mrs Gordon Hilbert afe parents of a daughter Sandra Mane born Nov. 29 in St. Ann hospital in Algona. This is the first grandchild for Mr and Mrs Peter Bormann, maternal, and also first grandchild for Mr and Mrs Frank Hilbert, paternal. Mrs Peter Bormann spent several days the' first of the week at the Gordon Hubert's near Wesley to get acquainted and assist with the care of the granddaughter. K.C., St. Joseph's Council held its regular monthly meeting on Monday evening at 7:30 in their new location with Peter Becker, grand knight, presiding. Mr and Mrs Edward Thilges were weekend visitors in the Norbert Thilges home at Lone Rock arid Joe Vollmer home in Bancroft. Mrs Thilges is a sister of Mrs Norbert Thilges and Mrs Vollmer. Specialist Third Class Robert Thul, son of Mr and Mrs Harold Thul, arrived home on Wednesday with his army discharge. The past 9 months he spent in Germany, entering army service in January, 1954. Snow, Ice Hit Oftosen Rural Phone Lines Oltoscn—Due to the icy conditions putting so many telephones out of order this correspondent was unable to get items from those who regularly have news for the paper. Many rural phone lines were down. Ladies Rural Club The Ladies Rural Club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs Edward Zinnel for a regular meeting. Mrs Essie Cooper read Scripture. During the business meeting the group vote to give a gift of five dollars in cash to the Children's Homo and to buy ten dollars worth of gifts to be distributed at the Santa Glaus Day. They will have their Christmas party at the home of Mrs Essie Cooper, Dec. 15 and each member is to bring a 50c gift. Mrs Eugene Hofius gave the lesson on Colorado and Mrs Mike,Coyle had the special feature. Guests were Mrs Chester Aline and Mrs Louis Jacobson. Hosts At Dinner Mr and Mrs Eugene Hofius entertained friends at a seven o'clock dinner at their home Saturday evening. Following the dinner 500 was played with Mr and Mrs Roy Tel ford winning high and Mrs Mike Coyle and Edward Zinnel the low prizes. Mrs Martin Meyer took home the travel prize. Those present were Mr and Mrs Irvin Movick, Mr and Mrs Martin Meyer, Mr and Mr.s Donald Larson, Mr and Mrs Edward Zinnel, Mr rind Mrs Roy Tel ford, Mr and Mrs Mike Coyle and Mr and Mrs Kermit Fowler. Mary Jo Shelgren, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lowell Shelgren of Gilmore City spent several days last week at the home of her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Roy Enockson while her parents took her paternal grandfather to Rochester where he is now a surgical patient. Mrs Sam Kropf visited Wednesday afternoon at the Herbert Nelhs home at West Bend. Mr and Mrs Richard Kropf and daughter Patrioia visited Friday at the Roy Gunderson home near Thompson. Sunday afternoon visitors at the Oliver Kinseth home were Mr and Mrs M. O. Kinseth and daughter Siuan of Algona. Mr and Mr.s Merle Holt and family were Sunday dinner guests at the John Mullins home at Corwith. The dinner was for Mrs Holt's nephew, James Mullins. son of Mr and Mr.s John Mullins, who will leave December 6 for the service. Mi and Mrs Oliver Lee attended the open house honoring Mr and Mrs Haldor Dale at their home in Bode Sunday afternoon. The occasion was the couple's 40th wedding anniversary. Friday evening Mr and Mrs Lee were visitors at the Harold Bergc home at Bode. Mr and Mrs Antone Waechter attended funeral services for Mis Elizabeth Eisele at Whittemore Saturday afternoon. Mr and Mis Antone Speich and Edwin visited at the Paul Heggen home at Renwick. Arland Speich, son of Mr and Mrs Antone Speich has been helping with the chores while Mr Heggen is recovering from surgery he had recently. Arland spent Sunday with h'ls parents at Ottosen. Mr and Mrs Richard Kinseth and family visited Wednesday evening at the Ralph Jacobson home. Mr and Mrs Duane Dreyer of Algona. Betty Cody, a »lud*nt ai Augustaha College, Slou* falls, S. D., and LaVon Cody, a student at Augustana Academy at Canton, S. D. spent their Thanksgiving vacation in the parental Amer Cody home. Mr and Mrs Harvey Nelson and Terry were also guests in the Cody home. Terry, who has spent the past two weeks with his grandparents while his folks were vacationing in the west, returned home. Thanksgiving Day guests in the Howard Schulte home were Mr and Mrs Simon Kipfer and family of Windom, Minn., Mr and Mrs Henry Schulte and Dr. and Mrs E. J. Capesius and family of Whittemore. Mrs Ed Priebe, Mrs Lloyd Berkland, Mrs Arnold Hantelman and Rennee and Mrs Gilbert Bleckwenn, visited with Mrs Walter Peril and infant daughter Tuesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Melvin Ricklefs and son Larry of Titonka and Mr and Mrs Paul Winter and daughter Julia of Lakota were Wednesday evening guests in the parental Roelf Miller home. Enjoying a 6 o'clock Thanksgiving day dinner in the Oliver Stpeber home were their son William, a student at Iowa State College, Mr and Mrs Raymond Stoeber, Mr and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber, Janice and Wayne and Mr and Mrs J. Wallace Smith and sons. Thimdey, Deesmbef S, 193S Algeria (la.) Upplr 0«« Mdlnsi-5 Fenton News Mr and Mrs Ewald Kohlwes. and family of Austin. Minn.. Mr and Mrs Arlin Kohlwes and family and John Kohlwes were Sunday evening dinner guests in the Paul Eigler home. Sharon Eipler accompanied the Kohlwes family to Austin, enroute back t••.> Rochester, where she is taking nursing training. Mr and Mrs Otto Wichlendahl entertained at dinner and supper on Thanksgiving Day, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Bollinger and family, Mr and Mrs Wilinar Wich- tcndahl and family, Mr and Mrs Edwin Wichtendahl and family, Mr and Mrs Tom Fickbohm and family of Fredericksburg. la.; Mr and Mrs Wayne Bollinger and ;on Randy and Harvey Bollinger. Mr and Mrs Everett Dreyer and Roger, Mr and Mrs Darrell Dreyer and family, Mrs Margaret Rusch of Whitteniore and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Wehrspann of Britt wore Thanksgiving day guests of SWEA CITY NEWS The Baptist Ladies Guild will have their traditional Christmas party for the Baptist Home at Winnebago. Minn. Gifts will be brought, which later will be taken to Winnebago. A Christmas program led by Mrs Ray Sperbeck will be presented, with Mrs Francis Treat in charge of devotions. Hostesses will include Mrs Everett Beal, Mrs R. Kluger and Mrs Bernard Peterson. Ronald Hammer left Sunday for Cedar Falls to be enrolled in Iowa State Teachers. Ronald returned home about two weeks ago after receiving his honorable discharge from U.S. service. His sister Se Dell is enrolled in the freshman class at Iowa Stale Teachers College. Ronald will major in business. Rev. A. M. Youngquist attended a Lutheran pastoral conference at Spencer on Monday. Several Christmas parties are scheduled this week for women's organizations of the Lutheran church. Thursday Circle II wil! meet lor a pot luck lunch with an exchange of gifts, at the home of Mrs A. M. Youngquist. Also Thursday p.m. Circle III will have a similar meeting at the parish hall. Thursday evening group IV, comprised of business women and mothers with small children will have a party with THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR NEWSPAPER CIRCULATION * * * And Paid Circulation Is' The Premium Market For Advertisers. * * * The Algona Upper Des Moines has Kossuth County's Largest Circulation WASHDAY GOT "MOM" SNOWED?.. TIME TO GET THAT NEW Clothes Dryer WEATHER FORECAST Rain and slcct today, frozen snow. Look out for whipping, frozen clothes and numbed fingers! Slow, dripping indoor clothes—drying U indicated, PLUS lost lime and temper. Well... "Mom" doesn't have to give a moment's thought to that mean old weather report! Surprise her with a wonderful modern automatic clothes dryer this Christmas the gift that enables her to dry clothes any time ... anywhere ,.. in any kind of weather. She'll be free forever from having to lug heavy baskets of wet washing to the lines. She'll spend only minutes, instead of hours, over drying the clothes. Instead of wasting a whole day trying to fight the weather, she'll be all finished and have the washing beautifully dried in just a matter of minutes! THE GIFT OF "WASHDAY FREEDOM" Help "Mom" to get out from under the weath» erman's thumb! Take "Blue ^londay" out of her calendar for good. Give her an automatic clothes dryer this Christmas ... sure! SEE YOUR ELECTRIC APPLIANCE DEALER PUBLIC AUCTION on the premises located 6 miles west and 1>2 North of Armstrong, on Tuesday, Dec. 13 Ladies Aid Lunch Sale Starts 12:15 161 - HEAD LIVESTOCK - 161 24 Head Hereford Cows, 17 Spring Calves, 2 Small Calves, 137 Head Hogs (17 Second Litter sows to farrow middle of March, 20 Seventh Cross Hybrid Gilts, bred to farrow in Feb., 100 Eighth Cross Farmer's Hybrid Fall Pigs). 1200 BALES CLOVER & ALFALFA MIXED - 700 Bales Straw — 10x14 Brooder House — Hog House — Shed FARM MACHINERY 1951 M Farmall (not used one year and has just been completely overhauled with a new power pac) • 1953 New Holland 77 Baler, with motor • 1950 New Idea 4- bar Side-delivery Rake • 1937 F-20 Tractor, with road gear, cultivator and heat houser • 1939 F-12 Tractor and Cultivator • 1948 J. D. 3-bottom 14-inch Truss Beam 55 H Plow • Mc-D. 2-bottom 16-inch Plow • 15-fl. Case Disk (like new) with clutch • 15-fl. J. D. Disk • 20-fl. I. H. C. Harrow, with folding evener • Oliver 2-row Picker with rear elevator t A.C. 60 Combine with motor (motor 2 years old) • 4-row J. D. Corn Planter • Meyers 40-il. Elevator, wide type with hoist and speed jack • Ca»3 7-ft. Power Mower, with windrpwer and wheel • I. H. C. Endgaie Seeder • Two Model E J.D. Spreaders • Coates Mechanical Manure Loader • J.D. 14-inch Hammer Mill, with heavy duty power take-off drive (like new) • 12-ft. Fertilizer Spreader • Iowa Weed Sprayer, mounted on high trailer • 22 Avery Thresher • David Bradley Cylinder Sh\>ller • John Deere Plow • Three Rubber-tired Wagons • Two Flare Wagon Boxes • Two Flat Beds • Hog Waterers • Two 16-ft. Feed Bunks • Other articles too numerous to mention. TRUCK _ 1939 I.H.C. Ton Pickup Usual Auction Terms — Not Responsible for Accidents Wm. Koster OWNER Clark & Clark. Auctioneers Iowa Trust 8: Savings. Clerk gift exchange. Also on Thursday evening, the Teen-age Mission group will go caroling from 6 to 7. Burt Girls Lose To Titonka, 66-17 Titonka's girls basketball team, showing marked improvement each time out, smashefd Burt, 66-17, at Titonka Friday night and ran their season record to 4-1. Coach Lyle Opheim's outfit zipped to a 23"-2 first period bulge and had no difficulty taking the verdict as Burt hit only two field goals all night. Gerald ine -tJllmann got 31 points, Donna Beenfcen 13, Dons Hipp 12 and Trudy Bess eight for the winners, while Groen got six for Burt. The defensive play of Darlene Callies and Norma Gerdis of Titonka shackled Burl's forwards throughout the fray. Mr and Mrs Ed Downs and family were Thanksgiving Day guests at the Ernest Gerdes home at Woden. OTI Gib Horgreaves Entire Herd of CHOICE WHITEFACE CATTLE To be Sold The recent fire in Gib Hargreaves farm left him without barn facilities, and destroyed all feed. Therefore, his entire herd of 54 head will be sold in a Friday, Dec. 9 Beginning at 1:00 P.M. Sharp Sale Barn • 20 CHOICE WHITE FACED COWS Coming with 3rd Calf in the Spring. • 20 STEERS & HEIFER CALVES Weighing 400 to 500 Ibs. • 14 WHITE-FACED STEER AND HEIFER YEARLINGS ALGONA SALE BARN Phone 398W This Is a Most Unusual Sale — Be Sure To Attend! Dale Yungeberg, Auctioneer Public Sale As I am quilting farming, I will sell all my personal property at Public Auclion to the highest bidders without reserve, at the farm located 2 miles north and 1 mile east of Woden, or 3 miles north and 5 miles west of Crystal Lake, on , Dec. 12 Sale to Start at 1 o'clock Lunch on the Grounds 48-Head of Livestock-48 28 Head of Holstein & Shorthorn Cattle 10 Milch Cows, some are fresh and balance to freshen soon. 6 two-year-old Heifers, springing. 2 Yearling Bulls. 4 Yearling Heifers. 5 small Calves. These cows are bred to Holstein Bui! with 700 Ibs. butterfat record. 900 BALES OF CLOVER, ALFALFA & TIMOTHY HAY, ABOUT 600 BUSHELS OF EAR CORN 20 HEAD FEEDING SHOATS 70 WHITE LEGHORN YEARLING HENS Farm Machinery, Etc. John Deere Model B Tractor and Cultivator. Farmall F-20 Tractor and Cultivator. Case A6 Combine, complete with motor, straw spreader, pickup. etc. New Idea 2-row Corn Picker. New Idea 12A Manure Spreader. Kewanee Grain Elevator, 42-ft., on rubber. John Deere 290 Corn Planter with fertilizer attachment. Allis-Chalmers 2-bottom 16-in. Tractor Plow. Case 2-bottom 14-in. Tractor Plow. Viking Hammermill with power takeoff, on rubber. John Deere 15ft. Disc. McCormick-Deering Power Mower, 7-ft. 4-sec. Steel Flexible Drag. 10-ft. Spring Tooth Harrow. Minnesota Side Delivery Rake. Tractor Sprayer. 4-Wheel Trailer. 2 Flare Boxes. Wood Wheel Wagon. 2 Endgate Seeders, 1 John Deere and 1 McCormick-Deering. Hog Feeder. Steel Tank with built-in Hog Waterer. Surge two-unit Milking Machine, complete with pipe line for 10 cows. McCormick-Deering Cream Separator with motor. Tank Heater. 15-gal. Electric Water Heater. Pressure Pump. Electric Fencer and ISO Posts. Tractor Chains. 180-amp. Forney Elecrtic Welder, nearly new. Garage 12 x 18. 3 Stock Dogs. 300 sq. ft. Corrugated Sheet Metal. Gas Barrels, Hog Troughs. Tools, Heating Stove, Hay Slings, and Many Many other Articles too numerous to mention. TERMS: CASH or make arrangements with your banker before the sale. No property to be removed from the premises until settled for. Not responsible for accidents during sale. Ed Hynes, Prop. Auctioneers: Chas Quinn of Bancroft and B. A. Reem*lnia of Garner. Farmer, & Traders Sovings B;.mk of Bancroft. Clerk

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