The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 31, 1956 · Page 29
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 29

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 31, 1956
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George Hanig Burial, Wesley, Thursday, 26th Wesley—^Funeral services for George Hanig, age 63, who died last week Tuesday morning at St. Ann hospital, Algona, were held at 9 o'clock Thursday monv ing in St. Joseph's Catholic church with Rev. L. N. Klein officiating at the Requiem Mass. Mr Hanig was born at Wesley May 6, 1892 and grew to manhood in this community. He was united in marriage to Louisa Homan February 17, 1914 at Ackley, Iowa. Theyfarmed south of Wesley for a number of years before retiring and moving to Wesley in 1933. The couple were parents of three daughters and five sdns. They are Joseph of St. Joe, Mo.; Vincent of Mason City; Mrs Lyle (Lucille) Hepperly of Clear Lake; Mrs John (Velma) Nelson of Ames; Eugene, Kenneth, Francis and Irene at home. Besides his wife and eight children he is survived by 15 grandchildren, one brother Leo Hanig of Wesley and three sisters. Sister Mary Luke of Chicago, 111., Mrs Lulu Ammann of Geneva, la. and Mrs John Seidel of Dedham. Burial was in the local St. Joseph's Cemetery with Hamilton's" funeral home of Algoha in charge of arrangements. Casket bearers were George Vitzthum, George Eieke, George Goetz, Roy Kollasch, Robert Rockwood, and Lou Ricke. G. f>. of A. To Meet The C.'D. of A. will meet Wednesday evening, Feb. 1. Erma Kuns, Clara Haverly, Lucille Hirner, Mary Kay Studer and Wilhel.mi Hughes are on the entertainment commjtlee. Edna Koppen, Marjorie Goetz, Madonna Studer, Emma Olson, Shirley Lickteig and Ruth Mary Hrubes are on the refreshment committee. Attend Conventions Frank Bleich, Henry Arndorfer, Alfred Erdman, George Sea' berg and Joe Skow attended a Stats Grain Dealers convention in Des Mbines Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of last week. Bleich is manager of the local Farmer's Co-Operative Elevator Comany. Alfred Erdman, Frank Bleich, and Henry Arndorfer attended a Lumber convention in Minneapolis, Minn. Jan. 17, 18 and 19. Erdman is manager of the Farmer's Cooperative Lumber Company. ; March of Dimes Coffee Mrs Rosalie DeBoer was hostess to a March of Dimes Coffee WHIRLPOOL Automatic Dryers Your Best Deal in Town at HALL-STRAHORN HARDWARE WESTINGHOUSE Major Appliance White Sale Now In Full Swing With Big Savings To You! YOUR DEALER FOR NORTH IOWA BEECHER LANE APPLIANCES 'J Phone 778 "The Wildest Trader In "Town." Algona party Friday morning, ably assisted by Nyla Newbrough and Mary Lou Studer. About 30 ladies were present and a number of youngsters. t Mrs DeBoer is the Wesley chairman of the March of Dimes drive. Al Burma and his sister, Mrs S. M. Hillenga of Woden visited their brother, Ben Burma, a patient in a hospital at Rochester Sunday, Jan. 22. Ben Burma is recovering slowly from a near electrocution while at work on a steel bin at Belmond several -weeks ago. Grandma Mary Seifert moved recently into a small house on Mrs Eunice Nelson's yard. Mrs Seifert had spent several weeks with Mrs Nelson. Mr and Mrs Bob Lewerke of Britt are proud parents of their first baby boy born Saturday, Jan. 21 at Britt hospital. Mrs Lewerke is the former Gloria Simpson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Carson Simpson. The infant has been named Ronald Scott. Mr and Mrs Victor Loebig returned home Friday from St. Louis, Mo. where they had been last week attending an R.E.A. convention. Mr Loebig is Hancock County R.E.A. President. . Mr and Mrs Kenneth Donovan, son and daughter of Spirit Lake were Wednesday guests at the parental, Carson Simpson home. Tom McMahon of Pocahontas, a former Wesleyan, attended the Fireman's oyster supper Monday evening, Jan. 23. John Hauptman is recuperating at home from a siege of virus pneumonia. Mrs Herbert Knecht and infant daughter were brought home Wednesday from St. Ann hospital, Algona, where the baby was born Friday, Jan. 20. She has been named Mary Helen. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Thursday evening, Feb. 2 with Joan Johnson and Mary Lou Studer as servers. Harry Hill left for his home in Milwaukee, Wis., Monday following a week's visit here with his aunts, Mrs L. H. Kleinpeter and Mrs Elizabeth Hanley, the latter a patient in St. Ann hospital in Algona. Sunday dinner guests, Jan. 22 in the Orville Smith home in honor of the birthdays of Mi- Smith and his granddaughter Carol Gremmer were Mr and Mrs George Grernmer, Mr and Mrs Glen Smith, Mr and Mrs Jim Kuchenreuther of Renwick and their families and Joyce Smith of Des Moines. Orville Smith was surprised on his birthday Wednesday, Jan. 25 by the John Paulsons, Ray Hansens, Jack and Frank Richters who came in for a social evening. Mrs Glenn Jacpbsen and two daughters of Britt visited her cousin, Mrs George Gremmer and family and Mrs Orville Smith on Wednesday. The library board met at 2 -pirn. Saturday, Jan. 23?* at the library. Henry Swanson attended a conservation convention at Ames Jan. 25-26-27. Mr and Mrs, Jack Vitzthum re* turned home Friday from a three week's stay at the Herman Becker home near Irvingtori, while Mr and Mrs Becker were' in Florida. Mrs Jim Kuchenreuther and family and Mrs Mary Sorensert of Renwick visited the Orville Smiths Tuesday. Orthel Township Homemakers who attended the Broiler Meals lesson at the Jerry Fox home Wednesday were the Mesdames Glen and Joe Kudej, Alvin and Henry Swanson, Jim Rybiirn and Merle Browrt. Thursday guests in the Orville Smith home were Mr and Mrs Emil Peterson and Mrs Albert Anderson of Britt. Mr and Mrs "Mike" Flom went to Des Moines Friday to get their daughter, Sandra, a student nurse at Methodist hospital, who spent the weekend at home. Lions will play Titonka Lions at basketball here sometime in February. An Alumni girls game will preceed the Lions 'game. Friends here have received wedding announcements of the marriage Jan. 21 at Evanston, 111. of Forrest Erickson of Elmhurst, 111., son of Mr and Mrs . / // / Reddy's January Major White Appliances at BIG Savings NOW *269 95 •nd your old Refrigerator Westinghouse Refrigerator Model - PHI25 The big 12-foot Westinghouse FROST-FREE, stores enough foods for biggest families. NOW S 269 95 and your old Rang* Westinghouse Range Model CH Forty-inch Range; full-size Miracle Sealed Oven; fast Super Corox unit; color glance controls. .*».. 0 NOW *169" and your old Woiher Westinghouse Laundromat Model H-l Completely automatic; features famous New Way to Wash . . . gets clothes cleaner. You'll find many other Appliances on Sale with prices you've been waiting for at the . . , IOWA ELECTRIC LIGHT "POWER Oscar Erickson and Elaine Francis Murphy, daughter of Mr and Mrs, Charles J. Murphy of Oak Park, 111; '-,'•, , Mr and Mrs fieri fideri 4$d family, Mr $id Mrs Alvin Eden and Judy afid Mr and Mrs Don Eden and Hugh Haverly were Sunday, Jan. 22 dinner guests at the Fred Eden home. •LAKOTA By Mrs Jerry Heeflattd Sunday dinner guests • of Mi and Mrs Andrew Jansen were Mr and Mrs Lamont Jnnsen and children of Bancroft and Mr and Mrs Arnold Karels. Rev. Harlan Kruse and George Ennen attended a meeting of Ft. Dodge Presbytery • at the Presbyterian church of Fort Dodge Monday. The Mcssers and Mesdames Burdette Hoeppner and Kenneth Busch attended a basketball game at Ames Friday night and the Auto Show in Des Moines Saturday. John Cunco of Memphis whose serious illness was mentioned last week passed away Thurs- day. His wife is the former Novella Zoller, daughter of Mrs Mary Zoller. Miss Arlene Ruby has been spending the past week with her parents, Mr and Mrs Orville Ruby having completed a beauty course at Mankato. Arlene and Lavonne Lunn took their beauty operator tests at Mankato, Tuesday. Lavonne is working in Le- Seuer, Minn. Mr and Mrs Jerry Heetland were Wednesday afternoon visitors in the Art E. Anderson home. Mr and Mrs Anderson, former LakotanSi moved from their farm into their new home in Swea City. Mr and Mrs Russell Winter en- Hot Point DRYERS From $175.00 SWARTZ Algona Hardware Tuesday, January 31, 1956 Algona (la.) Upp«f D*» MolrtOI-S iertained at supper Jan. 24th, the Messers and Mesdames Raymond Winter, Jerry Heetland and Charles Gutkneeht in observance :jf the birthdays of Raymond and Russell Winter and the wedding anniversary of their sister, Mrs Heetland and Mr Heetland all on the 24th, and MfS Wortrnatt'it birthday the 27th, Patty, four year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Lewis, had a tonsilldctomy and also h growth removed from her eyes, at Park hospital In Mason City, Thursday. iff in NORGt Automatic Dryer • Fall Site. • Plugs in Anywhere. 110 or 220 volt!. • 5-Way Self-Venting. Ready to use. • Fast Drying. Low heat, giant 21" fan. Safe for all fabrics. • 30-Day Money-Back Guarantee. Now Only Model AE-600 THOMAS SKELGAS Phone 221-W 208 E. State PAUL HURN CLOSING-OUT FARM Having decided to quit farming, I will sell the following property at public auction on the farm located 2 miles west, 4 miles south and 1 mile west of Algona highway junction 169-18, or-4 miles north and 7 miles east of West Bend, or 3 miles south and 6 miles east of Whittemore, or 10 miles north and 1 mile west of Bode. STARTING AT 1:00 P-M. MACHINERY 1943 IHC M Tractor, with power-package, fluid in tires, anti-freeze, lights, starter, wheel weights, chains, new Heat Houser, in A-1 Shape- with 1953 IHC Cultivator, No. 448, with rubber casters. 1948 IHC H Tractor, lights, starter, power-package, fluid in tires, anti-freeze, wheel weights, in A-1 shape, with 2-row Cultivator. Horn Manure Loader, mounts on H or M, with Dozer Blade. IHC 2-M Corn Picker, mounts on M tractor, A-1 shape. 1953 IHC 2-14" Slatbortom Plow, with Plow Chief points, on rubber, used very little. IHC 3-14" Plow, on steel, new cutters and moldboards. IHC 18-ft. Disc. 1950 11-ft. Case Springtooth. 1952 John Deere 4-row Corn Planter, with fertilizer attachments, 160 rods of new wire, A-1 shape. Lindsay 4-section Flexible Drag with folding steel draw bar- IHC Drag with folding steel draw bar. 1952 19-ft. Western Land Roller, like new. 14-inch Bear Cat feed grinder with extra blower pipe and screens. 1951 4-bar IHC side rake on steel with extra caster wheel. 4OO "352" Beckord Pullets 400 "352" Beckord Pullets, laying 75' < . 500-Chick size Electric Brooder. Rollaway nests, feeders and waterers. Stammer 8-ft. lime spreader. Pollard windrow turner for H or M tractor. IHC endgate seeder with grass attachment. IHC Manure Spreader on steel. 38-ft. King and Hamilton Elevator ,in A-1 shape, with wide-type overhead hoist and speed jack. 6-rew Co-op Weed Sprayer, mounts on H or M tractor. 10-ft. IHC Binder, converted to windrower. 5-ft. IHC Mower. 1955 John Deere 4-wheel Wagon on rubber. Brand new 650x16 tires with spare wheel, a heavy duty wagon. New 6x10 ft. box. 4-wheel Wagon on rubber with flare box. Flat Rack on steel running gears. Flare Box. Tools, forks, shovels and other articles too numerous to mention. 6-PEN HOG HOUSE 12x20-ft., 6-pen Hog House, on 4x6 skids. 2" Plank Floor, good as new. STRAW & HAY I 300 BALES OF MIXED HAY » 250 BALES OF STRAW (ALL IN BARN) MISCELLANEOUS 1 Large Duo Therm Oil Heater, IB inch, like new; 1-14 inch Duo Therm Oil Heater, new last year; 1-300 gal. fuel oil tank and connections; 1 fuel oil tank stand in good condition; 300- gal. Gas Barrel, hose and stand; 150-gal. Gas Barrel, hose and stand; Wheel Barrow on rubber; 1954 Jari Mower, with garden tiller attachments; 2 Machinery Stone Bolts; 3 Hog Feeders, one new in 1955, and 5 Hog Troughs. TERMS: CASH. No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accident;. OWNER YUNGEBERG AND COLWELL, Auctioneers. IOWA STATE BANK, Clerk

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