The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 17, 1950 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 17, 1950
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4-Atipnici Upp*r DM Molim Tuesday, January 17, 1950 needle. How the needle got int '' i i i . Mr. Tnvlnr's hnnlr romaina n mvft Mr. Taylor's back remains a my; NE£bLE (recently. Investigation revealed a tety. Jay Taylor of Onslow felt an sewing thread protruding. A :—~~~~r^~~Z"^7t^r^7 unpleasant sensation in his back physician removed a threaded IF IT'S WfiWB WE WANT ITI WE WISH TO INTRODUC6 OURSELVES.... . . . To the people of Algona and Kossuth county. Were MONTY and WILLIAM R. ALLISON ... . . . new'owners of the EUROPEAN HOTEL AND COFFEE SHOP It isn't too late to make New Year's resolutions, so that's what we plan to do right now ... To pledge the same service and accomodations that have been the trademark of the European Hotel under the management of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Johnson for so many years. Here's a hearty welcome to all of you to visit our hotel and dining room often. European Hotel and Coffee Shop Monte and William R. Allison O************************************************************************ LedyardW.S.C.S. Gets Japan, India Letters Ledyard — The Women's Society of Christian Service met at the church Thursday after^ noon with' Mrs. Glenn Burrow as hostess. The program was irt charge of Mrs. Cecil Pingle and was as follows: Scripture, Mrs, D. A. Carpenter; prayer, Mrs. Fred Button; A Mother's New Year's Resolutions, Mrs. George Nepstad; a talk, telling of the gift of the picture by Mrs. Soltow, Rev. Ulland; greetings from former pastors, Mrs. Mayer; duet, Mrs. Glenn Burrow and Mrs. Harold Herzog; missionary letters, Mrs. Herzog; letter from Grace Wilson in Japan, Mrs. Wentworth; greetings from our students by student secretairy,' Mrs. N. A. Pingel; letter from Lydia Christianson in India, Mrs. A. A. Luther; song by the group. Following the meeting, a dell. :ious lunch was served by the lostess. .y At the next meeting, which j will be in two weeks, Rev. Uland will give a discussion on the T irst faith booklet. Returns To Duty On Tuesday of last week, Mr. and Mrs. Inmar Engelby and Mrs. da Engelby took Cpl. Carlas Sngelby to Boone. From there, he ook the train to Merced, Cal., where he is stationed, after a two weeks' furlough spent at home. New Engelby Son Mr. and Mrs. Kingsley Engelby re the parents of a son born "'hursday, Jan. 5, at the Blue larth hospital. He weighed 7 )s. 2 oz. Mis. Wietner Hostess Mrs. Gertrude Wiemer enter- ained the G. O. F. club at her ome Saturday evening, honoring le birthday of Mrs. E. T. Hal- prson. The evening was spent isiting. Mrs. Halvorson was giv- n a shower of handkerchiefs. A elicious lunch was served by the ostess, assisted by Mrs. W. E. Viemer. >***< >»»»«•«•»»»*»•»»»»»»»»»»*»« >••»»»*»»»»»* Thank You, ALGONA We want to express our sincere appreciation for the pa•«» tronage and consideration shown to us during ^he many years we have operated the European Hotel and Coffee Shop. It has been a real pleasure to serve you, and we will always remember Algona favorably. We wish to ask for the same consideration and patronage for the new owners, whom we recommend to you, Sincerely, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Johnston EUROPEAN HOTEL and COFFEE SHOP isit Student Daughter The J. F. Sullivan family went to Rochester last Sunday and isited their daughter Geraldme, vho is in nurses' training at St. Gary's hospital. Kathryn, their Idest daughter, and Veronica otterman, accompanied them, nd on Monday, Mr. and Mrs. ullivan took the girls on to Wiona, where they are students at t. Theresa college. Kathryn raduated in nursing from St. Mary's last spring and this spring will receive her degree from St. Theresa's. Marian Zolish from Emrr.etsi .burg; also accompanied the S«1K« ivSiuCto Rochester and now* hiijA position there with the KoTfler Corporation. Miss Zolish came from Hungary this fall with her sister Elizabeth, who makes her home with Sullivans. Amvet Auxiliary The Jan. 11 meeting of the Amvet Auxiliary was held at the home of Mrs. Henry Frey. It was dues paying night and a large number paid dues. A box was planned to be sent to the Veterans hospital in Marsnalltown. The treasurer gave a very good report. After the business meeting, the evening was spent socially. Six- :een were served a most delicious iunch, and the collection was 53.85. The next meeti|g will be ?eb. 10 at the home of Mary Bas- lara. Mrs. Wilson Brack accompanied her brother, Howard Lewis to Des Moines on Thursday. They will visit several days at the home of their sister and family, the Rev. Wilbur Hasselbrocks. The junior high basketball :eams played Thompson here on Wednesday night and won both games. On Tuesday night, Mr. and Mrs. Edwa.-d Looft, Ray Marquis, Mrs Win. Fennema and Mrs. D. B. Mayer went to Swea City. Mr. Looft visited at the home of his -iother, Bernie, while the others attended Eastern Star. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Richter and family of Elmore were dinner guests Tuesday evening at the Fred Dutton home. Obituary Notes, Gustave Baessler LuVerne — Gustave Baessler son of Gottlieb Baessler and his wife, Johanna nee Schoenhart, was born Sept. 21, 1879, near Berg, Stuttgart, Germany. In 1886, his parents left Germany for America, arriving at Hardy, la., on March 5 of that year. On June 28, 1920, he was united in marriage to Mathilda Ristau at Genc'seo, 111. For several years, they lived on a farm near Hardy. In 1923, they moved to their home in LuVerne. For a number of years, the deceased was afflicted with failing health. On Dec. 20, he was taken to the Lutheran hospital at Ft. Dodge, and it was here that ho quietly passed away, Thursday morning, Dec. 29. at 9:05 a. in. at the age of 70 years, three months and nine days. The deceased was a life-long member of the Lutheran church and since 1923, a member of the LuVtrne congregation. He- leaves to rnburn, his faithful wife ynd one son, Eugc-m.-. many other relatives and a hoot of friends. Burial was in the LuVerne tutnetery. ART METAL steel office furniture. The Algona tipper Des Moiaes is an authorized dealer for this outstanding line of office equipment. Desks, files, safes, etc. In the NEW newspaper building. PUBLI Since I am moving to a smaller farm in Minnesota I will hold a public auctibn on the farm located 1 Vz miles east of Galbraith; or 5 miles north and 2 ] /i miles west of LuVerne; or 2 miles south and 3 miles east of Irvington, on Jan. 25th Sale Starts At 1:00 O'clock Lunch Wagon on Grounds PUREBRED HOLSTEIN BULL CALF Wt. 500 Ibs., eligible to register. 22 Head of Livestock Three milk cows, two to freshen soon, One fresh by date of sale. Three Yearling Steers. Three Calves-One Steer, Two Heifers. One Team of Smooth Mouth Geldings, weight 3200 Ibs. Ten Chester White brood sows, pen bred and marked. Will farrow last days of March and first days of April. FARM MACHINERY John Deere No. 4B 2-16 in. Plow. John Deere model E Manure Spreader. Two John Deere 15-foot Discs. John Deere 44-ft. galvanized grain elevator, with overhead hoist and speed fack. 10-ft. John Deere power grain binder. John Deere hay loader. Two John Deere 5-foot mowers. John Deere 10 in. hammermill. John Deere small cylinder corn shelter. McCormick-Deering side delivery rake. Two dump rakes-Deering and Mc-Deering. Four-wheel Anthony rubber tired wagon, like new. Hay rack on rubber tired wagon. Economy 30-bushel self feeder. Brooder house, 12x16 ft. Two 300-galton fuel barrels with hose, one on steel stand. Cunningham fence row power mower Hay feed rack, 8x16 ft. . ._. MODEL A JOHN DEERE TRACTOR, top condition, TW ° one drill P re*. "* Thieman "" MODEL B JOHN DEERE FACTOR, with cultivator ^ and mechanical lift, good condition; 1939 model. The Above Machinery Is All In Good Condition FEED - 45 ° ^k* of alfa| fa h «V «tored in bam, put u^wlthout rain, mortly third • m p. m~ cutting. 5-ton of loose alfalfa hay stored in barn. "'"" ~ ~ —• '" '•'•> ' ~ -T- TERM* Cash, or make arran g *m«nti with y ow banker. N^WfWiwiWe for accident,. FredJ.Lenz Dale Yungeberg, Auctioneer livermore State Bunk, Clark

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