The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 15, 1966 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 15, 1966
Page 11
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Snowbirds At LuVerne Home From South LUVERNE - Mr. and Mrs. John schnakenberg and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Juhl of Garner, returned recently from a three- weeks vacation visiting cities In Florida. - o- Shawn Corlnne, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Brown of Ft. Dodge, was baptized at the Zlon Lutheran church Sunday, Feb. 20. Edward Bristau and Mrs. Larry Day served as sponsors. Mrs. Brown Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bristau. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Stripling took their daughter, Jennifer, to the University of Iowa hospital school, where she will be for about 1 month. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Harmon, Gordon Harmon and friend, Linda McVay of Humboldt, spent the weekend with their daughter and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Seipker and family of De^Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Will of Des Moines, were recent guests of his mother, Mrs. Theresa Assing. Mrs. LeRoy Hanselman, Mrs. John Hanson, Mrs. Charles Hanselman and Mrs. Les Calkins- attended the World Day of Prayer at the Algona Trinity Lutheran church. Clara Schnakenberg enjoyed a quarter-break from Iowa State with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg. The Fellowship Club met at Hie Lutheran church with 30 members and 2 guests present. A. business meeting was held and films were shown. Mr. and Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg and Fred Schneider served lunch. The auxiliary met March 7. Hostesses were Mrs. Cecil Watts and Mrs. Allen Blake. Entertainment was presented by Mrs. Bert Ramus and Mrs. Bill Hardcopf. Henry Pergande was a Friday supper guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bierstedt. After supper, guests came In to surprise Mr. Pergande for his birthday. Guests Included Mr* and Mrs. August Pergande, Mrs. Bertha SchipulL Harold Schiputt, Ffed Pergande, Mr. and Mrs, John Hanson and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hefty and three boys have returned from a week's vacation trip. They visited his sisters, Mr. and Mrs, Lyle Billing of Kansas City, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Albright of Abilene, Tex., and his brother, Pvt. Gary Hefty, who Is In basic training at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. Gerald Ramus and son Billy recently visited in Des Moines with his father, Arthur Ramus, who was a surgical patient in the hospital there. Mrs. Betty West of Lynwood, Calif, was a guest of her sister- in-law, Mrs. Myrtle Eggleston. Mrs. Laura Meyer, employed at the ISU in Ames has been home for the semester break. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nielsens recent evening guests were her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Art Wiese of Algona. Mr. Wiese just returned from Greenland where he was employed since July, 1965. St. Joe C.D.A. Will Elect New Officers ST. JOE - C. D. A. met Wednesday following the 7:30 p. m. mass with grand regent Mrs. N. J. Weydert presiding. The selection of a nominating committee was made with elective members eligible for election of court officers at the May 11 meeting. The nominating committee is Mrs. Frank Hilbert, Margaret Reidmiller, Mary Jane Origer, Mrs. Eugene Zeimet and Mrs. Harold Reding. The court charity committee and several members are working on two layettes and bandages have been sewn and rolled and will be sent to the missions. St. Joseph's grade student winners in the C. D. A. poetry contest are Stephen Gales, and Gary Kollasch, 7th grade; Joan Reding, 8th grade; Dona nig, 6th grade; and Donna Kellner and Barbara McGuire, 5th grade students. Ever had BEER-BECUE? f • IMfL • IMMTI »t *•< i< Im MM* «H •— IMA » I *. M 4* Get the recipe in this FREE GUIDE to Beer Party/US A BEER PARTY U.S.A. It'.s chockful of ideas for decorations, entertainments and recipes for the most fun party of all. Send for it today! U. S. BREWERS ASSOCIATION, Inc. / 535 Fifth Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10017 I'm interested in beer-becue. Send me my free copy of Beer Party/U.S.A. Name- Street- C/ty — State— -Zip- UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. P.O. BOX 159, OSCEOLA, IOWA Mrs. Martin Frlderes was selected an alternate to the C. D. A, Sate Convention, placing Mrs. Marvin Reding who was unable to attend. Mrs. N. J. Weydert is court delegate. Lecturer Mrs. David McGuire stressed spiritual reading. The Father-Son Banquet will be held March 16 at 6:30 p. m. with Mrs* Hubert O'Brien, Mrs. Francis Erpelding and Mrs. Milford Plathe, kitchen chairman, and Mrs. Damian Centgraf, Mrs. Don Reding and Mrs. Leonard McGuire , dining room chairman, with C. D. A. members in charge of preparing and serving the dinner in St. Joseph's school hall. A bake sale and breakfast sponsored by the court will be held Sunday morning, March 27, in the school hall with Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas and Agnes Berte, chairman in charge. Five Hundred was played, with Mrs. Jim Stahl and Mrs. Adeline Wagner receiving high and second high prizes. Mrs. Bernard Streit received plate prize. - o- Will Reding was a medical patient in Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge, the past week. (l«.) UftMf D** MotAM Tttttdtiy, March IS, 1966 Mr. and Mrs. orville Wagner left Thursday evening via train from Ft. Dodge for a visit with their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson and Shawn, Amy and Mark, Ashland, okla. Norman Klein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Klein, returned to Ames Monday after a visit here with borne folks during the semester break from state University. Charles Rathe, Herman Plathe, kdh Klrsch and John B. Reding returned home Tuesday after a weekend visit with relatives and friends in Colorado Springs, Colo. If «•• New* We Want ft! RUBBER FOOTWEAR FOR MEN & BOYS DIAMOND'S Jacket Headquarters of NW Iowa • PUBLIC SALE To settle the estates of LeRoy and Peter L. Koppen we will hold a public auction on the farm located from Lakoro, 2 miles west on Highway 9 then % mile north, on FBI., MARCH 18 Donna's Lunch on Grounds 12:30 P.M. MACHINERY 2 TRACTORS Formal! Model M, power steering, good tires, all overhauled and M&W pistons, runs real good. Wide front end for M with wheels and tires WC Allis Chalmers with all hew tires Heathouser and wheel weights for M Late Model John Deere Model 494 com planter, used very little, with off-set dry fertilizer, double disc openers and runners, gandy attachment 1955 New Holland No. 66 baler, P.T.O. 44 ft. 1955 Farmers Friend wide type elevator on underslung hoist, P.T.O., large hopper John Deere drive-on hoist John Deere 12>/ 2 ft. field cultivator on rubber I.H.C. 2ME picker, with M mountings, with blower New Idea manure loader and snow bucket I.H.C. 448 - 4 row cultivator in good shape John Deere 4 row rotary hoe New Idea tractor 4 bar side delivery rake on rubber John Deere No. 5 - 7 ft. power mower with hydraulic lift and swather ft. Inland field cultivator on rubber John Deere No. 953 farm frailer, never used with 16 ft. bale rack, 2 in. floor John Deere No. 953 farm trailer with barge box and 5 ton Midwest hydraulic hoist Electric farm trailer with wood flare box 4 wheel farm trailer with wood flare box 4 wheel farm trailer with plank box Steel wheel wagon Humboldt stalk cutter 2-21 ft. M.M. discs, one like new, greas- less bearings, with transports International 5 section flexible drag with all steel folding evener, like new 5 section drag McCormick Deering endagte seeder, like new Three 3-16 in. International No. 8 plows, one with hydraulic lift 2-16 in. International No. 8 plow - all have slat mole boards 2 Terfler 4 bottom stubble turners 7-row tractor mounted weed sprayer Ez-Flo 10 ft. fertilizer spreader Case A6 combine with motor MISCELLANEOUS Buzz saw Speed jack Spring tooth Poultry shelter house And many other small tools fc,i 1 - til settled for. Not responsible for should any occur LeRoy Koppen, Estate Hazel Koppen, Administrator P. L Koppen, Estate Irvin Koppen, Administrator CLERK - Formers Trust A Springs Bonk. Ukoto AUCTIONEERS - Clark and Quint, . > ••, v

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