The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 2, 1958 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 2, 1958
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D«* MoHwt thyrtfoy, Jan. 2, 19S8 , * Mr and Mrs Harold Peter drove „ to Woden Christmas evening to * be with Mils Peter's mother Mrs * Tena Johnson. I Marlia Bestenlehner came from * Des Moines to spend the Christ* mas holiday with her father Joe * Bestenlehner and other relatives. * Mr and Mrt Monie Scobba had *the Tatter's iftdther and husband jMr and Mrs Aft Rosenmeyer, of . St Benedict as Christmas guests. * Mr and Mrt William Ofceting "went to Clearwater, Kan., Id » spend the holidays with their son-in-law and daughter Rev. and "Mrs Everett Black. * Mrs Lydia Weliel had as guests * Christmas Mr and Mrs, Elmer .Peter, Ronnie and Russell, of * Spencer and Mr and Mrs Omar "McMahon and -family, of Fort * Dodge. * Mr and. Mrs Owen Hurt ..and "family 'spent "Christmas eVt'.fct .Spencer with Mr and Mrs A., A, .Hurt and Christmas day'• with'Mrs' "Hurt's parents Mr and Mrs L. £Johnson. " . « Mr and Mrs Wallace Erdman "were dinner guests Christmas ot w Mrs Robert Gillingham and for *Bupper were guests of Mrs Erd' man's parents Mr and Mrs Adplph e , : Youngwirth at Lu Verne. . Mrs Roy Richardson had as «guests Christmas the Rev. and "Mrs Ray Richardson, of Stewart"ville Minn., Mr and Mrs Robert „ Black, Ruth and Evelyn Blacky of, v Rockfoi'd, 111., and the families. '•• Leonard Dahlhauser, son of Mr 'and Mrs Joe Dahlhauser is home .jfrom Silver Creek, N.Y. where he . has been attending the St Colum"< bus seminary. He does not plan * to go back at this time but will "continue his studies later. ^ Mr and Mrs Frank Rueb return* ed Christmas night from Water^.town, S. D., where they had vis- *ited the parents Mr and Mrs ' Frank Rueb, Sr., and at Sheldon "they were with Mrs Rueb's par-, « ents Mr and Mrs Frank Gordon, i Mrs Sarah Geigel is at 8l Ann hospital with a broken hip suffered in a fall at her home at 609 East Kennedy street. She had stooped over from her rocking chair to pick up something from the floor and in the attempt to get on her feel, felL and injury resulted. 4 % Mr and Mrs A. L. Mdtama havt returned from Huihotft&t where Mrs Adams had' operated the "Hilltop cafe. Due^ttfhpoof health she .haft to give; ufvtb&jwork and the btace has tieeQ : l$l<l The Adams Mye pure hMf fed the George Newland hoUSe 'fit 1302 East North street. Mr Adams travels for a drug company. Mr and Mrs James Egli spent Christmas at Manson with the letter's uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Glen Nelson. Saturday Mr and Mrs Egli had as guests Mr and Mrs Joe Egli,> Mr* and Mrs Harold Zook* iiMr ''and 'JJfo Glen Swartzcndruberj . i Molly Egli,, and ;ithe • faVnilies, alUoi'Manso Mr and Mrs D«le Visited last 'Week :from til) Saturday'by Mrs Laws' brother-in-law and sister Lt. Robert Lehman and Mi's Lehman, of Fort Knox, Ky. The Dale Laws went to Moravia Tuesday td spend New Yenrs with the respective parents Mr and Mrs. Jcihh.- Laws and Mr and-Mrs M.tA Perry., , ; : f Mr and Mrs Leo Steven hact as guests Christmas.;,the following members of the family, Mr aha Mrs Everett Hodgin, -of Slater, Mr and Mrs Earl Booth, of Emmetsburg, Mr and Mrs Tlarvey Steven, of Minneapolis, Minn., Mr and Mrs Neal Steven, Mrs Dorothy Steven, of Chicago, and Mr and Mrs Harvey Steven, Algona, and the respective families. Mrs Louise Peter had her children and their families as. dinner guests Christmas. Those present were Mr and Mrs Art Zumach and Mr -and Mrs Ed • Luedtke of Ernie William's J-D Store Features Parts and Service Free Machine P And Steam Cleaning • Free One of Ernie Williams' J-D special services is-free pickup and return of any tractor or planter and free steam cleaning of any tractor on which repairs and labor amount to $25 or more. So let Erhie solve your tractor or planter problems and all your machinery needs right now. Just call the farm store, CY 4-3561, where you will find fast and efficient service backed by a personal guarantee. Let us pick up your tractor, overhaul it, and return it to you. Fast Parts From Specialists Bob Garms began in Deere parts service in 1941 and with the exception of a stretch in the Marines,\has been working with Deere almost ever since. He has just come to Ernie Williams farm store from Belmond to expand the parts staff and make even faster and better service available than ever before. Expert Service By Trained Men All service at Ernie William's J-D store is done by experienced men like Harry Skogstrom who has been here for #ve ye*rs and has spent a part of each summer during those five years at the Deere factory taking special service training. That's one of the reasons why Ernie gives a personal guarantee on all work. f BOB HARRY Quality Used Implements 1949 MM U tractor. 1945 Jphn Deere ft Trcwtor, stqrter, lights, lift. 490 John Deere Planter, 9 years old. 4 r«w IHC Wanter with fertilizer attachment. j»kn Deere H spreader. f m« Tractor »pr&a4er. Cress indgate Seeder. Ernie Williams <« Eificieoi Service An4 Personal Lone Rock, Mr &fld Mrs Cart Peter, of WfttttemdrtJWtr and Mfi 4oe Olwft, «t TRdr, Mr aftd Mrt Albert !Pftir, Mr aM Mrs Rudy Peter, of Burt, Mr and Mrs Elmet, J»etc>r, <tt are^hVille, t*»d Mr arid Mrs Harold Peter. G. J. F. Vogel Services Held Burt, Dec. 21 Funeral services for G. J. F. Vogel & resident of Burt for the last' 6u years, were held from the Burt 'Methodist church Monday ftftei-hoon. Dec. 23, with Rev. F, % .a»mek, pastor, In charge. Burial was In Rivervlew Gemet- ejry, Algona. Pallbearers at the services .were: E. P. f'redrickson, Luther Miller, George MamiS, Oliver Graham, Nels Nelson and Dbn- ald Patter.son. The .Garry Funeral Home, Bancroft, was in charge of arrangements. ,Mr Vogel died early Saturday morning, Dec. 21, at St. Ann hospital where he had been taken Dec. 15 suffering from a heart .attack. • Siev.,w,as born Sept, 22, 1882, in ?pmc]&g<j,,,ni., ( the son of Gottlieb "Md/'fFfederic^a Vogel. He was 'Sf'yffiMSibf age when he came to '•Kosstttft county and lived in the ijfiurtrcctttiinuhity since that time I? Ho- wsis united in marriage to sHelen Carroll on Sept. 4, 1907, and the \couplc celebrated their 'golden wedding last fall. In 1927 Mr Vogel sold his store and although semi-retired, was extremely active in the commu- ''nity .affairs. During his life^ in 'Burt, he served for <ten years'on :the town' council and more than 20 years as town treasurer . ^Hc is survived by his wife; one daughter, Eleanor (Mrs Melville) and five grandchildren of Iowa City; and one brother, Will Vogel, of Burt. Algona Upper Den Moines FARM SALE CALENDAR It's farm sale season! Included jvith the Upper Des Moines farm sale service are free radio announcements and weather insurance. If your sale "is postponed, a rerun of your ad and bills will be made without any additional charge 1 . Contact the'Uper Des Moines, now, if you plan a sale. 'Jan. 7, Tuesday —. Complete closing out, Silas Banwart, 3 south on hy. 44, 3 east, and 1 south of West Bend. Anderson & Cleve, auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, West Bend, clerk. Wednesday, Jan. 8 — Clarence Darnell Complete Closing Out Farm Sale. 4 mi. East, l'/i mi North of Elmore. Machinery, Holstein cattle and 50 feeder pigs. Oldenberg & Quinn, auctioneers Elmore Bank, clerk. Sale details in UDM" 1 today. Jan. 9. Thursday — Carl Reinhardt, complete closing out sale, l /z south, 2 west and 2>A south of Lone Rock. Berkland & Quinn, auctioneers; Lone Rock Bank, clerk. Sale' details later in this paper today. January 13, Monday — Don Way, 1 mile south Algona on highway 169. Livestock and machinery. Leek & Roiling, auctioneers. Jan. 15, Wednesday — Gerald FrankL auction on farm ',•> mile south of Irvington. Yungobery and Quinn, auctioneers. Watch for further details at a later date Thursday, Jan. 16 — Joe Presthus closing out farm sale. 3 mi. East of Bancroft on blacktop. Complete machinery line, and 700 laying pullets. Quinn & Yungeberg, auctioneers. Titonka Savings Bank, Clerk. Jan. 16, Thursday — Jack T. Strodtman, 1 '•• north, Vi west, and 3 a i north of Cylinder. LJoyd Berkeland and Norman Bortvit, auctioneers; Palo Alto County State Bank, clerk. Details later. January 16, Thursday — Jack T. Strodtman, 6 miles E. and 3 3 /i miles N. of Emmetsburg, complete closing out sale. Berkland and Bortvit, auctioneers, Palo Alto County State Bank, clerk. Complete details in UDM next week. Jan. 21, Tuesday — Louis Zin- nell, !•» north and 2'i; east of Cylinder. Lloyd Berkeland, auctioneer; Cylinder State Bank, clerk. Details later. January 23, Thursday — John Penton Estate sale ,5 east and 1 south of Algona. Reiling & Leek, auctioneers; Security State Bank, Algona, clerk. Jan. 23, Thursday _ J. R. Helmer, 3' 4 miles north of Fenton, complete line of machinery. Lloyd Berkland & Quinn, auctioneers, First Trust & Savings Bank, Fenton, clerk. Sale details lutiT in UDM. January 29. Wednesday—Arnold Harms closing out .sale, 1 east of West Bend. Machinery. Holsteins, etc. Yungeberg & Goodchild, auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, clerk. Jan. 23. Wednesday — Adrian Hauskins, 5 east, 2 south of Elmore. Includes 60 Holstein cows and heifers. Quinn & Oldenberg, auctioneers; Elmore Bank, clerk. Details later. February 4, Tuesday — Marvin Luedtke, 2 miles N. and *••> mile W. of Fenton, complete- closing out sale. Ltoyd Serkltfid, tionwr. Complete details in Ut)M Infer;. i'- '•••'•. :•::•*' •' '• "•' Feb. 3, W*d»»*d*y — Robert Harvey sale, m «lit M Burt on blacktbp road. Mlthinery, nog and broodef housef, die. Quinft & Fraser, auctioneers; Burt Savings Bank, clerk. Details later. P«b. l» Saiurdif ^- Jfohn ',.$. Weber Duroc sow and gilt sale, 2 miles east of IfVingtdft " 6fi blacktop, 75 head, also feeder pigs,, fall gilts, fall boars and baled alfalfa. Goodchild and Yungeberg, auctioneers. -Iowa State Bank, clerk. Sale details later in UDM. , • February 10, Monday — Rdbert Wallace, Ms E. and te So, of Irvington. Closing outj big line machinery inc. 3 late tractors, •- 46 head Angus, 36 Holsteins, etc. Finn, Colwell & Leek, auction- -eers; Security State Bank, clerk. Sale details fn UDM later. Feb. 12, Wedfttssday •—.• Wayne Heetland sale, 1 south of Lakota oh blacktop. Hogs, cattw, sheep, machinery. Quinn & Yungebefg, auctioneers; C. C. Oerzema, clerk. Details later. Feb. 20, Thursday — Frank Cruikshank sale, 3 north of 169 and 18 junction, and 2 east of Algona. Yungeberg' & Quinn, auctioneers; Iowa Stats Bank, Algona, clerk. Details later. St. Joe K. of C. Hold Communion Breakfast, 29th St. Jo«—-Knights of Columbus. St. Joseph's Council received Holy Communion, Sun,, Dec. 29, in a body in the 10 o'clock High Mass in St. Joseph's Church with their chaplain and pastor, Rev. L. C. Schumacher as celebrant, A communion breakfast Was served in the local club rooms) with 50 in attendance. ' _ Committee in charge t>f kitchen and preparing the breakfast were Alvin Lenertz, Francis Erpelding and Norbert Friders. Other arrangements and. dining room committee were Joe Sinnwell, Anton Weydert, Milford Plathe; Reinald Salz, Ray Thilges, John B. Reding, and Orville Wagaer Harold Reding was in charge of tickets. The focal council will hold its regular monthly meeting on Monday, Jan. 6, with Reinald Salz ,grand knight, presiding Jn the K. C. Chib Rooms. Attendance prize will be $15.00. George Zeller from Watertown, South Dakota, accompanied by Mrs Ed Butler and daughter Kathryn from Ortley, Minn, and Mr and Mrs Roney Thilges from Tracy, Minn, spent the weekend here, with relatives. Mrs Butler and George Zeller are si and brother of Mrs Maggie T 'ges and their mother is Mrs Mary Zeller who makes her home here in the Thilges home. , Rev. Frank Illg and Pearl Nemmers from Ogden were visitors here on Sunday with relatives and friends. ' A Wagner family gathering and Christmas gift exchange was held on Sunday evening in the home of Mrs Adeline Wagner and family with a 5 o'clock supper. Mr and Mrs Mike Stoffell and family from Blomkest, Minn, spent the week end here in tho Laurence Thilges and An to Weydert home. The Stoffels formerly were from this Community. Mrs Herman Illg came home on Sunday from St Ann Hospital in Algona where the infant daughter Susan Marie was born on Christmas day. Susan Marie remained at the rfospital for several days longer. Bonnie Weydert, daughter of Mr and Mrs Anto Weydert spent from Saturday till this Thursday at the Math Bormann home with Barbara Kellner. Mr and Mrs Leonai'd McGuire and family were weekend visitors in the Ed Majerus home in Des Moines. Mr and Mrs M. T. McGuire, Florence and David, Mr and Mrs Ernst Beite, Mr and Mrs Don McGuire and Mr and Mrs Ed Mc- Schools To Reopen Algona's public schools and St. Cecelia's Academy will reopen Monday, Jan. 6, following a 16- day Christmas vacation. Both school systems closed Dec. 20. HOSPITALS Dec. 26 — Mrs Vernon Wirtz, Ottosen, boy, 8-14; Lynn Arndorfer. Corwith, T & A; Dianne K. Hellman, Burt, tonsillectomy. Dec. 27 — Mrs Norman Schultz, Whittemore, girl, 7-1; Eldon L. Meyer, Whittemore, T & A; Daniel Courtney, Algona, T & A; Dawn Courtney, Algona, T & A: Judy Scobba, Algona, T & A; Mrs Fred Ruhnke, Whittemore, surgery; Patricia K. Dillon, Algona, medical; Mrs Darrell McFarland, Des Moines, accident. Dec. 28 — Mrs Gilbert Buscher, Algona, boy, 7-1; Eugene Kelch, Corwith, tonsillectomy; Mrs Thomas Sampspn, Algona, girl, 8-10; Mrs-'Sarah Geigel, Algona, medical; Edwin Gade, Whittemore, medical; Colleen Boudewyns, Des Moines accident; Ardyth Drone, Lone Rock, accident. Dec. 29 — Mrs William Thompson, Algona, girl, 7-9; Baby Susan Ulg, Bode, boarder, Baby Sharon Schultz, Whittemore, boarder. Dec. 30 — Mrs Marvin Lauben- thai West Bend, medical; Lary Beckley, Fenton, surgery; Mrs JennJe Jensen, Algona, medical; Marjorie Orr, Algona, medical; Davey Castor, Burt, surgery; Mrs Melvm Elbert, Whittemore, boy, 5-6; Henry Pfeffer, Algona, medical. Dec. 31 — Stephen Goecke, Algona, T & ,A; Nicholas Putas- tuck. Ottosen. T &. A. Ouiffe Sister M .~_~»..~ . Amalia. Sister M daughter et.Mr Itt_ McGuire atid Sister M Ama Mrs Don McGuire'g aunt. Friday, January 3|d, First Friday of the .month Mas$ will be at 8 o'clock with Holy H6uf Jfrom 2:30to 3:30 iti trie afternoon. Pray* er is to be offered Idf persecutea Catholics ift trther isftm Basket Ball games in St Joseph's Gym on Friday evening with the local filu-Goids and St Mathews of Glare. Math. Zeifnet ha3 gone td Wes* clo, Texas where he plans td spend several months, LONE ROCK NEWS Christmas dinner guests kt the Leo Ramus home were Mrs Grace Ramus of Algona aftd Carol Householder. Thursday evenin| Mr awd Mrs Walter Mtlsrud *na daughter Cande and Mrs Mfnnie Hinze of Algona visited -there* Art Person and P< L. Persoft and Marilyn were .guests -on Christmas day in Swea City at the Reinold Person home. Mrs Maude Bilsborough and Ilia of Algona, Mr and "Mr4 Frank Richards and family of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs M. 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