The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 13, 1956 · Page 26
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§-Alg«na (Id.) Upper BBS MbiriM Tuesday, Nov*mb*f 13, 1956 Arlene Thilges Bride At St. Joe On October 17 St. Joe — Arlene Thilges, Thilges of here became the bride daughter of Mr and Mrs Clarence of Donald Sobolik of Austin, QUITTING BUSINESS We Are Quitting Business and Everything Must Be Sold to the Highest Bidder. All of the Equipment Sells Piece by Piece or in Lots to Suit Buyers. Friday, Nov. 16 AUCTION SALE STARTS 10:30 A.M. $20,000 COMPLETE CLOSING OUT $20,000 Various Parts and Accessories .;. . . 12 Cases. Pennzoil; 2 Cases Motor Flush; Permanent Anti-Freeze 1948 JEEP 4-Wheel Drive, with Cab & Snow Plow. 14 Berger Parts Bins .... With Dividers and Drawers. Office Equipment & Furniture 3 Desks; 1 Long Carrier Typewriter; 1 Electric Adding Machine; 1 Typewriter Stand; 2 4-drawer Filing Cabinets; 1 Model 100 Standard Register; 1 Cash Register, National; 2 Swivel Chairs; 2 Chrome Chairs; 2 Chairs; 1 3-piece Settee; 1 Du Kane Movie Projector and Screen; 1 Check Writer Machine, F & E. SHOP EQUIPMENT AND TOOLS Black & Decker No. 88 Utility Sander; Walker Electric Hoist 7500- Ib. Cap.; 1'/z-ton Chain Hoist; 1-ton Chain Hoist; Doyle Vacuum Cleaner; Guide T3 Headlight Tester. 1 set; Lev-L-Lite Headlight Tester. 1 set; Allen Distributor Testing Machine; King Engine Tester; King Voltage & Regulator Tester; 4 Unit Sun Tune Up Tester, New; Sun Distributor Point Tension Scale; Binks Air Regulator; New No. 1002A Wilkenson. Air Filter; Binks Spray Gun; DeVilbiss Spray Gun; DeVilbiss Flocking Gun; Spiay-it Gun; 3 Equipto Paris Bins with Dividers and Drawers; Carter Small Parts Cabinet; Stromberg Small Parts Cabinet; 3 18-drawer Small Parts Cabinets; Wagner Brake Pressure Bleeder; Manbee Front End Outfit with gauges; Manbee Toe-in Gauge; Bender Toe-in Gauge & Steering Gear — Alignment —4pieces; Bear Wheel Balancer, Model 36. Brake Riveting Machine; Sun Motor Tester, new; Champion Spark Plug Cleaner, new; Armature Growler; Armature Lathe; 2 Hylift Hydraulic Jacks—Walker & Blackhawk; 2 Hylift Hydraulic Jacks —Hein Warner No. 55; Aro 100-lb. Air Operated Lube Mach.; Arbor Hydraulic press & stand; Black & Decker Portable Grinder; Black & Decker Wet Valve Grinder, new; Black & Decker Electric Buffer; Sioux Heavy Duty Sander; 2 3-drawer Small Parts Cabinets; 2 6-drawer Small Parts Cabinets; Brunner Air Compressor A320—2 HP Motor. Air Hoses, Nosseis; AC Radiator & Cap Tester No. FM19, new; Weidenhoff $ volt Battery Charger; Marquetle 6 volt Battery Charger; King 6-12 volt Battery Charger; Marquette 6-12 volt Battery charger, new; Black Hawk Porta Power, 10 ton; Black Hawk Porta Power Jr.; 3 Vises* Service Manager's Desk; Black & Decker Hard Seat Grinder; Kent- Moore Head Stand; Nelson High Tension Tester; Kent-Moore Gas Per Mile Gauge; Black & Decker Vi" Drill; 2 Creepers; Zephyr W Drill; Large Tool Peg Board; Various Body Shop Supplies; 3 Work Benches; 8 Car Stands; 2 Electric Clocks; Tow Bar; Starrett Cylinder Gauge; Battery Rack & Batteries; New & Used Tires & Tubes; DeValUs Undercoatinq Machine; Maytag Washer; Complete Kit Carburetor Adjusting Tools; Acetylene Welding & Cutting Torch; Sun Power Timing Light; Auto Test Power Timing Light, new; Weidenhoff Model 1104 Compression Tester; 14-ft. Model F Alumcraft Boat. MANY OTHER ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION ^i^^^^^r ^^^w ^^^^^w ^i^^p ^^v ^MT^WP ^HP •mH^^ ^p^BBimp ^BHr WBP ^BI 105 North Hall Street - ALGONA, IOWA by JOE HEISCH & CO., Auctioneers. Mason City, la. Minn., son of Mr and Mrs William Sobolik, Calmar, in St. Joseph's Catholic church here on Wednesday, Oct. 17th. Rev. Leo C. Schumacher performed the double ring ceremony and read the nuptial high mass. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor length gown of chantilly lace and bouffant skirt featured tiers of tulle and bands of chantilly lace inserts. The fitted bodice was of chantilly lace and tulle over satin, with long French sleeves, il lusion yoke with small rolled Chantilly collar. Her veil was of imported silk illusion attached to a Chantilly lace cloche edged in scallops of baby seed pearls and she carried a bouquet of red roses. The bride was attended by her sister as bridesmaid and the etroorn was attended by Stanley Shevik of Fort Atkinson, Iowa. A reception was held in the Legion hall in West Bend with 75 attending the reception. The newly weds are making their home in Austin, Minn., where Mr Sobolik is attending dental school. Mrs Frank Reding and family spent Thursday at Mt. Mercy College in Cedar Rapids with Carol Reding. Carol is the oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Reding, a 1956 graduate of St. Joseph's high school. Mrs Rosa Stattlemann is at the home of her daughter and son- in-law, Mr and Mrs Norbert Thilges and family of Lone Rock recuperating from illness. Mrs Thil- S'es, the former Bernice Stattle- man, had been here caring for aer mother several days before she accompanied her home. Mr and Mrs Wilfred Kohlhaas and son Dwight returned home iVlonday from Iowa City where Dwight had been a surgical patient in Children's hospital. Mr and Mrs Eugene Thul and daughter Virginia were in Iowa City on Thursday where Virginia had a check up in Childrens hospital. Virginia had undergone surgery on a hand in September. Mr and Mrs Therman Pruitt and Mr and Mrs Delmar Plathe spent this week in Colorado Springs, Colo., with Mr and Mrs Clarence Erpelding and family, and on a sight seeing trip. Mr and Mrs Erpelding formerly liv- ad here in this community. NOTES OF SERVICE MEN 2D Armored Div., Germany— Army Sgt. Dick D. Eklund, whose wife, Caroline, lives at 2607 Concord St., Davenport, la., recently arrived in Germany and is now a member of the 2d Armored Division. Sergeant Eklund, a squad leader in the 17th Engineer Battalion, entered the Army in July 1950 and completed basic training at Fort Ord, Calif. The 23-year-old soldier is the son of Mrs Mildred Eklund. Whittemore. Two former Wesley brothers Louis and Sylvester Kellner, son.': of Mathias Kellner, now livinr at Stewartville, Minn., recently completed special courses in the army. Louis finished the eiqht week teletype operation course a1 ihe Southeastern Sisn-->l Srhnn 1 r>' Ft. Gordon, Ga. Louis is being sent to the Far East. Sylvester was graduated fron the supply course at the army': ordnance school at Aberdeen Proving Ground. Md.. w'ner" Iv learned to receive, store, isvue c hir> and salvage all ordnanci items except ammunition. Syles ter is stationed in Arizona. The brothers entered service in Men *hi« year and rec^ivo'l then basic training at Ft. Chaffw, Ark Both formerly attended Stewart ville high school. Fort Carson, Colo. — Army Pvt. Arnold W. Klocke, son o* Walter G. Klocke, Ledyard. la is receiving 10-weeks of basic training with the ^91h Infantry Division at Fort Carson, Colo. Klocke was p'vdiuitod f'wr Grant Townshin Hij-h School ir 10th Div.. Germany— Pfr Rich srd R. Sftrchct, son of Ray A Sarchet, R. 2, Alftona, is scheduled to leave Gennanv Nov. 20 and return to the U. S. after serving with the 10th Infantry Division. Sarchet is a driver in Battery A of the division's 43d Antiaircraft Artillery Battalion. He en tered the Army in December 1954 and arrived in Europe in July 1955. SAVE *7.2O ON NORELCO MIN'S eiiCTRIC SHAVER Latest model, brand new and fully guaranteed. Complete with case, cord and cleaning brush. Regularly retails at $24.95. Our price $17.75 postage paid. All orders filled within 24 hours. Your money back if you are not fully satisfied. Send check or money order to JOHN BROOKS, Dept. 34 Box 212, St. Louis 3, Mo. SWEA CITY NEWS Mrs Rena Haglund and her sister. Mrs Vina Haglund have returned from a month's visit with Uio letter's daughters, Mrs LafTy Rice and Mrs VarSelle Weaver who live iti flu- Boston, Mass area, and with a son Frederick at Greenville, Mich. The Vermin Ewings have moved to Dolliveh where Mrs Ewing will operate the telephone ex- chance. She was a Swea Cih telephone operator until Sept. I, when the new dial system rendered operators unnecessary here. Mr Ewing, an employee of the Cent IT, ) Iowa Telephone company. is doing construction work for the company nesv Tri\Pr. Iinnvmuef Lutheran Mission Aid will meet Nov. 8 at Luthei Hall. Mrs Robert Briggs will rive devotions and Mrs Lawrence Hanlclman will lead the lesson Hostesses are Mcsdames J. Aug•"•« P-'crson. Arthur niausson. Hilda Fos-pri'ii, Archie Ditsworth, !J;>v Anderson. John Larson, Os- rar Peterson and WaH n r Gentich. TF TT'S NEWS — WE WANT M Military Burial For Titonka Man Funeral services were .held Thursday afternoon at 2 at the Methodist Church in Titonka for Conrad W. Swanson, 60, who died at the Veterans Hospital in Des Moines on Monday evening ot 'ast \yeek. Rev. Max Goldman was in charge of the services. Burial was in the Buffalo Township Cemetery. Conrad W. Swanson, was born May 1, 1896, at LaSalle, 111., to Mr and Mrs John Swanson. At the age of 16 he and his parents came to Iowa where on Feb. 25, 1918, ln> enlisted at Algona in World War II. He served over- sens. He returned May 20, 1920. He was preceded in death by his parents and a sister. Surviving are one half brother. John Swanson, Rockford, 111., and two uncles, Andrew and Otto Swnruon, Minneapolis. The military services were in charge of the Kennedy Post, V.F.W. and the Breen Post, American Legion. TROUBLE Jimmy Sankot, 11 of Belle Plaine received an injured eye recently when he picked apart a golf ball to see what it was made of. A pressurized gas on the inside shot out into his left eye. Painful, but no permanent damage, _ Listen To KLGA 1600 ON YOUR DIAL Every Day At 11:59 a.m. For A Menage From BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE Following Algona Newt At 11:55 a.m. S»»S)»M^^ THANK YOU For Your Loyal Support Given To Me In The General Election Nov. 6 JENS M. SORENSEN i'Csaaimcas^xomaem^ | ALGONA HOUSEWIVES! JUST LOOK, LOOK AT THIS! | IPiCIAL MOVE FOR MONTH OF NOVEMBER ONLY I FREE TRIAL Clothes Diyei FORGET ALL THIS "TORTURE" Why Irudge out to a clotheline in nasty, bilier weather ... to hang up a basket of we! clothes . . . .and; to wipe off rusty wires . . . 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