•—ALOONA (lew*) ADVANCf TMUd$DAY, AUG. 4,1f6« ADVANCE ALMANAC MM et ***'• MWt construct building, $10,000; Dr. A. J. Easoh, construct carport, $50. ST. ANN BlfcTHS ALOONA MARKETS New Corn $1.25 August Beans $3.30 November Beans $2.95 Oats 65c (Markets furnished weekly by Hobarton Branch of Whittemore Elevator.) ALOONA WEATHER High Lew Rain July 28 86 64 1.66 July 29 82 60 trace July 30 84 57 July 31 84 58 Aug. 1 83 65 Aug. 2 80 58 Aug. 3 — 52 NEW COURT CASES Albert Johnson vs. George Merron, damages, $27,500; Deanna S. Potthoff vs. James J. Potthoff, divorce. WEDDING PERMITS July 27 — Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bamvart, West Bend, boy, 9 Ib. oz. July 28 — Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Streit, West Bend, boy, 9 Ib. July 29 — Mr. and Mrs. Phil Vaske, Bancroft, boy, 6 Ib. 9V4 MWfnvwvvwwxw*w*nw.iw*w«wwv^ww LOCALS James B. Ricke, Helen J. Johnson, both Bancroft; Roger E. Lu- cbt, Glencoe, Minn., Betty Lou Vpuse, Arlington, Minn.; Arthur L, Swanson, Taylors Falls, Minn., Carol Ann Shaw, Minneapolis; Steve E. Berkland, Jacqueline A. Laabs, both Ames; James B. Ha- .uptman, Bancroft, Lavonne Sailer, Algona. ST. ANN HOSPITAL July 26 — Mary Schmidt, Algona, medical; Merlin Mertz, Algona, medical. July 28 — Margaret Durant, Algona, medical (expired); Richard Bradley, Nickerson, Kans., accident; George Dorweiler, Algona, medical; Jenny Blanchard, Algona, medical. July 29 — Sheri Farrell, Algona, medical. July 30 — Joseph Bonnstetter, Whittemore, medical. July 31 — Daniel Lee Schoo, Ottosen, surgical. Aug. 1 — Frank Metzger, Algona, surgical; Mrs. Grace French, Algona, medical; Mrs. Dianna Roetier, Algona, medical; Edna Smith, Algona, medical. Aug. 2 — Kevin Carpenter, Bancroft, T & A. MAYOR'S COURT Albert R. Butterfield, Algona, no valid driver's license, $10; Dan Wehrspan, Algona, possession of beer as a minor, $50; James F. Schumacher, Algona, careless driving, $15; Michael C. Smith, Algona, reckless driving, $25; speeding, $35, stop-sign violation, $10; William Leininger, Algona, intoxication, $25. BUILDING PERMITS William Decker, remodel porch, $50; Electronic Special ties, construct TV tower; Mrs Theo Hutchinson, construct side walk; Algona Community School oz. July 30 — Mr. and Mrs. How ard Eischen, Livcrmore, boy, 9 Ib. 13 oz. Aug. 1 — Mr. and Mrs. Richard Christensen, Algona, girl, 7 Ib. 5 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Leigh, Algona, boy, 7 Ib. 3Vz oz. Mug. 3 — Mr. and Mrs. Kalpn Koppen, Whittemore, boy, 4 Ib. 3 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. Marion Casey, LuVerne, boy, 8 Ib. 9 oz. NEW VEHICLES David Gene Harner, Swea Ci ty, Honda; Ronald L. Ditsworth, Algona, Honda; Francis McGre gor, Bancroft, Ford p/u; Raymond Emil Sorenson, Ledyard Ford p/u; Pioneer Hi-Bred Corn Co., Algona, Chev. trk.; Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona CMC; Orville J. Besch, West Bend, Chev. trk.; Potter Distr. Co., Algona, Ford trk.; Elmer Hagedorn, Elmore, Chev. p/u; Melvin G. Bourne, Algona, Ford; August H. Klinksiek, Lakota, Ford; Laurence or Hattie Goeke, Elmore, Chev.; James E. or Dorothy M. Laabs, Fenton,, Ford; Holland Walter Jurgens, West Bend, Chev.; Julia M. Johnson, Algona, Chev.; Donald D. Eichhorn, Elmore, Rambler; Glenn E. or Vinnie C. Gabrielson, Sexton, Ford. Melvin or Freda Madsen, of Armstrong, Chev.; Judy & Wm. O'Donnell, Lone Rock, Ford; Floyd or Katherine Bacon, Algona, Plym.; Hazel Ida Koppen, Lakota, Ford; Hugo H. Miller, Elmore, Volkswagen; Donald C. Hutchison, Algona, Olds; Dennis or Dorothy L. Bradley, Algona, Dodge; Frank or Pauline Weber, Corwith, Plym.; Arnie L. or Sharon K. Meyer, Algona, Pont.; Gordon B. Garrison, Swea Jity, Chev.; Claude or Anna R. Slagle, Algona, Ford; Peter H. Fensen, Fenton, Chev.; Duane or Marjorie Schnell, Algona, Dodge; Charles or Margaret Beringer, Algona, Pont. The Konnoth Staphensons had originally planned to attend the reunion for the class of 1926 held in Algona July 16, but could not obtain plane reservations because of the airlines strike. Instead, they left July 23 for a two week's visit in Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Jorgenson have been visited by the latter's brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. James Morey, of Pasco Robles, Calif. Most of their time has been spent at the parental Irvin Moreys at West Bend. It has been over ten years since they were here. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hanson had Mr. and Mrs. Garner Ewen of Amboy, Minn, as guests Sunday. Mrs. Kithryn Mehoney had as guests from Friday till Monday her son and wife Mr. and Mrs James Mahoney, of Minneapolis Minn. They went to Humboldt to see Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Eck hart, the latter a daughter o Mrs. Mary Nelson who livec here until recently. Mrs. Nelson is a sister of Mrs. Mahoney am as entered the bisson Kest Home. Mr. and Mr. Steve Eck- lart and family of Fort Dodge were also at Humboldt for the day. lie week with his son-in-law and laughter Mr. and Mrs. Charles 1. Tippin and Bret who have re- iently moved there. He will as- ist them in getting settled in Livermore Mrs. Mayme Scott Mr. and Mrs. Newt Heiter of Algona and the Donald Heiter family of rural Spencer were visitors Sunday in the home of Mrs. Lela Heiter. Eugene C. Mertx attended the State Legion Convention in De Moines the first part of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Harold King am son Marc of West St. Paul spen the weekend with his mothe and brother, Mrs. Martha and Clifton, returning home on Monday. Andrew Hanson left Monday or Storm Lake and will spend and at WAUMU *h« WM gu«4 of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sohuhke. Mr. arid MM. JM Straub arMI 'amily have returned from a vacation visit with the patent* Mr. and Mrs. Joe Straub St. it Oceanside, New York. Dr. and Mr«. L. R. Potter are going to Mason City Thursday where the former will have a check-up at Park hospital. He was a patient there for several days recently. Mrs. (net Wolf* has returned from a vacation spent at Seymour, Ind., various places in Kentucky and the Cumberland area. She accompanied her son in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Lester Prewitt, Fairfield. They visited some historical places and went through one of the old mansions in Kentucky which is open for exhibition. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Erickson spent Sunday at Dows with the latter's sister and husband Mr. and Mrs. Loren Kreitlow. Mrs. Henry Kohlhaas was vl|> ited last week by her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lallier, of Humboldt. The four children remained for a longer time as a part of their Vacation. Mr. and Mrs. William Wyatt, Call State Park, had as guests recently Rev. and Mrs. J. Milton Kinney, Bedford, whom they have known for sometime. The Wyatts formerly lived at the Lake of Three Fires at Bedford. Other visitors were the Dale Stands of Bedford. Srviii Vottelftf, jetty Jente, 3ehe Muskamp, Charlie Newel, L>yle Newel, Calvin Vaudt, Jack Gefhfifdt, Larry Alt, Clayton Ditsworth, Ray Lambs, Ray Priebe, Earl Lufkin, William Jentz, Opal Root, Jessie Newel and'Wilfred Stoeber. She will be married at the Fenton Methodist church Aug. 13 to Art Swanson, of Taylor Falls, Minn. ATTEND CONVENTION Fenton Lutheran Laymens League members and their families who attended the LLL convention at Lake Okoboji Saturday and Sunday were the Emil Bierstedts, Harold Eimerses, William Hantelmans, and James Meyer. Mr. Bierstedt was the Fenton league's delegate, Mr Eimers was the alternate. Mr Hantelman is the assistant district Lutheran Hour chairman, heir new home. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hilbert pent Sunday ait Mason City with Vtr. and Mrs. George Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Don Meyer and ihildren were on vacation last iveek at Des Moines and were ;uests of Mr. and Mrs. Stan lammel. They visited many places of interest in the city, imong them the capitol and the ;oo. Mrs. Roy Bjustrom returned today from Remer, Minn., hav- ng left Friday to visit an aunt Mrs. Ephie Locke. She was joined at Dele van by her brother Harold Walker and Elma Locke at Minneapolis, Minn. Rev. and Mrs. Billy Goodpas- ure and family, accompanied >y 'the Rev. and Mrs. James 3ailey, of Indianapolis, Ind., have returned from an extensive vacation trip in the south including Tennessee and Kentucky.,'At Indianapolis they also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hall, niece and nephew of Rev. Goodpasture and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Smythe. Recently the Goodpastures were visited by Rev. and Mrs. Mel Sorensen and family of Estherville. Rev. Goodpasture and family are going to Des Moines to attend the annual convention of Nazarene churches from Tuesday till the following Monday. Mrs. Freda Steussy has re turned from Black River Falls Wis., where she visited with her daughter Mrs. Anna Schunke Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Riedinger and sons left, Saturday for a three weeks vacation at La Jolla, Calif. They will be guests of the former's brother Allen and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Larson and daughters, Virginia and Kar- 3n, Grand Rapids, Mich., are visiting his mother, Mrs. Alfred Larson, this week. Mr. and Mrs. George Sefrit have had as guests Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Deibert, of Des Moines. The women are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. William Blake and son Anthony of Omaha are pending a week at the Pal flurphy home and at the Willam Blakes at Stacyville. Algooa stylist at national convention Miss Delrae Kemna, manager of Sheakley's Beauty Salon, at' tended the National Hairstylists Convention at the Shamrock Hilton, Houston, Texas, July 23 to July 27. The top hair stylists in the country conducted classes which she attended. These included classes in wig and wiglets, per manent waving, contest techni ques, demonstration styling am make-up. Highlight of the convention rs^M • ™£±Tt£ »° 5 " ^""^r "S"tta"ASss vSA ttJk •ETSdrl: — '•'•'• —*-• "-"• October and will compete for the World Hairdreming Championship. Shower givon at Fenton for Carol Shaw Fenton — A miscellaneous bridal shower was held at the Fenton Methodist church basement recently for Carol Shaw. Mrs. Lyndon Kerber presided. The program included a history of Carol's life by Mrs. Gary Jasman, a piano selection by Susanne Newel, and a skit by several young girls. Hostesses were Mrs. Ervin Borchardt, Lloyd Berkland, Paul Vpigt, Lyndon Kerber, Harolc Eimers, Victor Struecker, Eldon Hantelman, Delbert Geitzen auer, Harold Wehrspann, Char les Feye, Arnold Hansen, Roy Bierle, Russel Jensen, Ray Zwiefei; Derwood Voigt, Wil liam Hantelman, Dick Jentz Zone LLL president. Also attending the banquet Sunday evening at which Dr. W. T. Janzow, president of Concordia Teachers College at Seward, Vebr., was the speaker, were the Victor Strueckers, Larry Ramuses, Calvin Vaudts, Ervin Borcharts, Stan Berklands and Mrs. James Meyer. AT NEVADA WEDDING July 10 Mrs. Ray Stoeber accompanied the Lyle Bassetts on a 14 day trip to Arizona and Nevada. They were guests of the Earl Richards and W. E. Stoebers, Mesa, Ariz., and Timm Bassett, Las Vegas, Nev. Shirley Hulsey, daughter of the C. D. Hulseys, Henderson, Nev., became the bride of Timothy Ray Bassett, son of Lyle Bassett, Milford, and Maxine Emerson Las Vegas, in a wedding ceremony July 22 at the Community church chapel in Henderson. Timothy is a former Fenton resident. A reception followed the ceremony with 75 present They will live in Las Vegas after a short wedding trip to San Bernadino, Calif. CADET GRADUATES Wayne Stoeber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber, grad- uftted July 23 in in ceremony with 2,000 c*dets at Fort Kfttx, Ky., as & cadet after 6 weeks of army R.O.T.C. basic training. He will be enrolled in the Reserved Officers Training Corps at the university of Iowa as a junior in the fall, Wednesday visitors at Louie Weisbrod's were Mrs. Bryan Elerick and Beth Ann, Jefferson. The Norman Bellingers were Friday visitors at Eulan Schueller's, Titonka. The Wilfred Stoebers and Wayne returned Friday from i vvetK in Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio. They visited two days with the Dr. W. E. Bornes, Dayton Ohio and attended a post nuptial shower for their niece Gretchen Borne. They visitet he Richard Stuckis at Ogden Jeff and Julie Stucki returned .o Fenton with their grandpar ents for a few days visit. Recent weekend guests of the William Hantelmans were the W. B. Schmidtkes and Waldemar Sohmidtkes, Morristown, Minn, and the Rev. B. Meschkes, Columbus, Nebr. Marilyn Alt visited her par ents, the Larry Alts, over th weekend. The Paul Eiglers met the Ewald Kohlweses and Schery of Austin at Pilot Knob Park for picnic Sunday. Mrs. William Jentz Mrs. Elmer Ffiftk Thursday, They also visited with the Df, W Frinks and William Jentz- es, Jr, at their summer homes on Lake Okoboji. visited SOCIETY 54TH ANNIVERSARY A family celebration was held Sunday at Fenton for Mr. and Mrs. George Jorgenson whose o4tn wedumg anniversary was oemg observed. In attendance were their daughter and hus- Dand Mr. ana Mrs. Robert Sewell, of Long Beach, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Don W. Jorgenson, Mr. and Mrs. George Joigenson Jr., oi Fenton. CDA JUBILEE The Golden Jubilee of the Catholic Daughters of America Court 283 will be celebrated Sunday, Aug. 7 beginning with a 11:30 a.m. Mass at St. Cecelia's Catholic church. A banquet and program will follow. All members are invited and special invitations have been sent. Miss Delrae Kemna HAS JUST RETURNED FROM The National Hairstylists Convention HOUSTON, TEXAS Let Her Show You Tke Newest In Hair Styles INCLUDING . . . The "Astro Curve" — Fresh For Fall For the latest look in Hairstyling, Phone 296-3477 Per An Appointment Sheakleys Beauty Salon ALGONA, IOWA ^ rahams HNf STORtS THROUGHOUT IOWA smmm COATS Offer Ends August 31st SAVE 10% THERE'S NO TIME TO WASTE ... our fabulous August Coat Sale continues. Don't miss the chance to make a dream come true, to buy your fall coat from Grahams collection at prices that have the whole town talking. 10% Deposit Will Hold Your Selection BLAKE Funeral Homes "Completely Appointed Homes" • LUVERNE • WESLEY • TITONKA • CORWITH • REN WICK at "24 — HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE" COMPLETE CLOSING-OUT FARM SALE Due to the death of my husband, I will hold a Public Auction on my farm located 2Va miles west of Ringsted on Blacktop, ON — MONDAY FORENOON, AUGUST 8th Sale Starts at 9:00 A. M. Sharp 42 Head of Choice Holstein Dairy Cattle All are originally from the Earl Neppl Herd and are artificially bred from Consolidated Breeders Co-op. Holstein Cow no. 5684 to freshen before sale, bred to Sire 065 to freshen with 2nd calf. Holstein Heifer no. 7322 fresh July 25th, calf is from Sire 058. Holstein Cow no. 4348 to freshen Sept. 10, bred to Sire 013 to freshen with 2nd calf. Holstein Cow no. 7054 to freshen with 2nd calf Nov. 22nd, bred to Sire 064. Holstein Cow no. 7059 to freshen with 2nd calf Dec. 26th, bred to Sire 076. Holstein Cow no. 1710 to freshen with 3rd calf March llth, bred to Sire 071. Holstein Cow no. 2666 to freshen with 3rd calf March 3rd, bred to Sire 083. Holstein Cow no. 7056 to freshen with 2nd calf October 29th, bred to Sire 053. Holstein Heifer no. 7057 fresh May 5th with 1st calf, Bred to Sire 076. Holstein Cow no. 1037 fresh June 29th with 2nd calf, bred to Sire 053. Holstein Heifer no. 1297 fresh April 8th with 1st calf, bred to Sire 066. Holstein Cow no. 7050 fresh July 19th with 2nd calf, open calf from Sire 031. Holstein Cow no. 7051 to freshen October 25th with 2nd calf, bred to Sire 063. Holstein Cow no. 4347 to freshen October 19th with 4th calf, bred to Sire 026. Holstein Cow no. 3112 fresh April 27th with 4th calf, bred to Sire 073. Holstein Heifer no. 1262 to freshen Nov. 14th with 1st calf, bred to Sire 073. Holstein Heifer no. 7321 to freshen Dec. 4th with 1st calf, bred to Sire 050. Holstein Heifer no. 7058 to freshen Dec. 25th with 1st calf, bred to Sire 076. Holstein Heifer no. 7049 to freshen Jan. 23rd with 1st calf, bred to Sire 064. 15 Holstein Open Heifers — 5 Holstein Steers — 3 Small Calves Machinery Oliver Super 88 • Diesel Tractor with Hydraulic & Heat Houser; IHC model "M" Tractor with chains; J. D, model 494, 4-row Corn Planter complete with insecticides; J. D. 3 bottom 16" tractor Plow; New 4-bottom Plow; J. D. Manure Spreader with PTO, new chain, excellent cond.; Terfehr Stubble Turner; Oliver 4-row Cultivator; IHC 18-ft. tractor Disc; IHC 4-row Rotary Hoe; Horn Manure Loader with snow bucket; Like New Stan Hoist 54-ft. wide type Grain Elevator; Allis Chalmers PTO Side Delivery Rake; J. D. no, 5 Mower; 5-section J, D. Harrow; IHC Spring Tooth Harrow; IHC % TON PICK-UP, Other Machinery & Mice. John Deere Rubber tired Wagon with David Bradley barge box, David Bradley rubber tired Wagon & Box; Hog Feeder (walk in); 2 Gas Tanks; Farm King Portable Air Compressor; 1—16-ft. Feed Bunk; 1—12-ft. Feed Bunk; 1—20-ft. Hay Bunk; 2—Stock Tanks; 2—Hog Houses; 1—Brooder House; Maytag Motor; Skflgas Tank Heater; Tarp; 18-ft. Ladder; corn picker Wagon Hitch; 70-gal. Hog Waterer; Tires, Oil, Grease; Black ft Decker W Drill & V* " Drill; Electric Fencer; Weed turner; Cement Hog Troughs; 2—Chicken Nests, 10-hole A 15-hole; Forks; Shovels; Scoops; Nails; Piles of Lumber; Wood Tool Box; Etc. Milking Equipment Surge S-P 11 Milker with Pump & Pipe Line; 2—Surge Seamless Milk Buckets; Westinghouse 6-can spray type Milk Cooler; 10-94 lion Milk Cans; 9—older Milk Cans; Other misc. Milk Equip. HoHMhold Goodi Book Case; Cannister Set; Tropic Aire Instant Electric Heater- Fruit Jars; Sled; Artificial Christmas Tree with stand; Other misc. Household Goods; Rummage Sale during Sale with Clothing AUCTIONEERS' NOTE — This is an excellent Herd of Dairy Cattle — The right kind. Don't forget this is a forenoon Sale Usual Auction Terms — Not responsible for Accidents No Property Removed Until Settled For MARIE A, HANSEN, OWNER if n«en, Quinn & Clark, Auctioneer* First Trust 4 Savings Bank, Armstrong, Clerk ''
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