The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 2, 1966 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 2, 1966
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Jerry Tokheim weds Linda Youngwirth in Eagle Grove Miss Mergen Of Algona Is Engaged To Wed LU VERNE-Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie Ellifritz, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dimler of Lu Verne, and Mrs. Jaspar Vaughan of Livermore attended the wedding of Linda Lee Youngwirth of Ealge Grove and Jerry Elaine Tokheim of Gilmore City, 11 a.m. Saturday. July 16, in the Corpus Christi Catholic Church in Fort Dodge. A reception followed in the Starlite in Fort Dodge. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Bonnie Lee Youngwirth of Fort Dodge and Donald Youngwirth. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie Ellifritz of Lu Verne, niece of Mrs. Dimler of Lu Verne and Mrs. Vaughan of Livermore. The Good Will Club had a pot-luck picnic Thursday afternoon at the Lu Verne town park with ten members present. The entertainment of the afternoon was in charge of Miss Luella Blumer and Mrs. Howard Swanson. The September 15 meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Swanson. Week-end guests of Mrs. Faye Lichty were Mr. and Mrs. Micky Baker of Mason City. They were supper guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Arends and Joni. Mrs. Alma Madden of Lu- Verne and her sister, Mrs. Alta Madden, of Ringsted visited Tuesday to Thursday in Waukee with Mrs. Alma Madden's daughter, Joan, the Howard Boyers, Becky and David. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Reding and children spent the week end at Clear Lake. 4 Mrs. Laura Zweifel and Mrs. Faye Lichty visited Mrs. Zweifel's aunt, Mrs. Mary Sorensen of Algona in the St. Ann Hospital in Algona Wednesday evening. Mrs. Sorensen went Thursday to live at the Good Samaritan Home in Algona. Miss Lynn Hanselman, employed in Fort Dodge, is on two weeks' vacation with her parents, the Edwin Hanselmans. Her twin sister, Laurie, a student nurse at Lutheran Hospital in Des Moines, came for the week end here. Mr. and Mrs. Earling Lunde and son, Mark, of Cambridge, m., were July 23 week-end guests of cousins, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Walline. Mark Lund, who has two years of Medidjne, went to Rochester, Minn., to be-interviewed for his Internship after his school of medicine is completed. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Bateman and three daughters of Custola, 111., were week-end guests of Ms aunt, Mr. and • Mrs. Earl Deal. Mr. Bateman is county agent there and they were enr.oute on a trip into the Dakotas. Recent overnight guests in the Earl Neal home were Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Arbogast of Gaybrook, m. Mrs. Arbogast is a sister of Earl Neal.i Mr. and Mrs. Otto Lawson of Lu Verne, and brother, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Lawson, of Renwick and families were in Trego, Wis., Sunday, July 24, at a park there for a family reunion. W. C. Saxby of Kansas City, Kansas, is a guest of his son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. "Hank" Gregory. Mrs. Saxby is a chaperone for the National Honey Queen, Beverly Gibbs, of Kansas City, on a tour to Green Bay, Wis.; Chicago; Detroit, Mich.; and points in the mid-west. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Walline of Lu Verne, and daughter, Sandra, of Iowa State University, Ames, were week-end guests in Iowa City of Mrs. Walline's sister, the J. C. Claussen's. Other guests were the ladies' parents, the Frank Swansons, of Osco, 111. The occasion was the birthdays of Miss Sandra Walline and her grandfather, Frank Swanson. Mr. and Mrs. Genard Towne of Manson took her parents, Mr.' and Mrs. Earl Neal, for a week en sight seeing trip as a courtesy of Mrs. Neal's recent birthday. They went to Marion, Iowa, to visit a granddaughter, Beth, the William Goodrichs, and Mary Kathleen. They went to Cedar Rapids to see "Sound of Music." Enroute home, they visited the Norwegian Muesum near Decorah and the Billy Clocks at Spffl- ville. DONNA MERGEN Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mergen, Algona announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Donna Jo, to Mr. Alvin L. Atcheson, son of Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Atcheson, Des Moines. The wedding will take place Sept. 3, at St. Cecelia's Catholic church, Algona. t visitors in the home of their parents, Mi. dad Mrs. Carl Swanson, were daughters, the William Stoakes family of Fort Wayne, Indiana, and the Glen Schwarcks of Whitten. The Stoakes family toured Yellowstone Park and then returned here before returning to their home. Former Lu Verne resident plans August wedding LU VERNE-Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hunt of Auburn announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Dorothy Lenoa, to Luke Erpelding, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Erpelding of Oelwein, former residents of Lu Verne. The 'bride to be is a graduate of Lake View Auburn High School. She attended C. E. Extension College in Omaha, Nebraska, and is now employed by Quaker Oats in Fort Dodge. Mr. Erpelding graduated from the Lu Verne Community High School, served in the United States Army, and is now employed by Reding Gravel and Excavating Company in Algona. An August 21 wedding is planned. (BANCROFT! Mr. and Mrs. Roger Nitz of Estherville were Sunday dinner guests at the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Bernhard and family. Supper guests included Mr. and Mrs. Gene Nemmers and family, Mrs. Helen Doocy and Helen. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Vaske recently purchased the Joe Kemna home in Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Kemna moved to their new home south of Bancroft on Saturday, July 16. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Menke, Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Menke, Roseanne and Billy, all of Bancroft, spent Sunday, July 17, in Carroll visiting Dr. and Mrs. N. J. Gradovilleandfamily. Mrs. Gradoville is the former Maryanne Menke. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Berens left Bancroft recently for Ironwood, Mich., where they will visit friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Rockman of Faribault, Minn., and Arthur Doocy of Owatonna, Minn, visited at the George Doocy home on Saturday, July 16. Mrs. Bertha Elsbecker had as guests for several days last week, her daughter, Mrs. Don C.6. OLSON ESTATE 160 ACf FARM SATURDAY, AUGUST 6,1966-2 P.M. On the promises about one mile oast and i mile north of Bode, Iov.'a. This farm is well improved and one of the best farrns in Humboldt County. LEGAL DESCRIPTION; The Northeast Quarter (NE%) of Section Nine (9), Township Ninety-three (.93).. Range Twenty-nine (29) in Hutnboldt County POSSESSION: March 1, 1967. ABSTRACT: Will be furnished buyer, permitting examination by buyer's attorney, showing merchantible title in executors. DEED; Court Officer Deed will be furnished buyer on payment of purchase price. INSURANCE: Buyer may take over insurance, if any, by paying pro rata of premium TAXES; 1966 Payable in 1967 will be paid by executors TERMS: $8,000.00 cash day of sale. Balance cash March 1, 1967 on delivery of Deed. CONTRACT: Farm contains 160 acres, more or less. Bids will be per acre for 160 acres. Successful Didder will enter into contract for purchase of farm on Iowa State Bar Association forms which will be with the Clerk before sale for inspection by prospective bidders. JAMES OLSON KENNETH THOMPSON Executors Hayden and baby of Spencer. Several neighbors surprised Mrs. Maurice Froehle on her birthday, July 20. Visitors included Mrs. Bertha Elsbecker, Mrs. Phil Doocy, Mrs. Francis Priester, Mrs. Don Hayden and Mrs. Dick Underkofler. Mrs. Anna Wagner, Allen Wag- ner, and Mrs. Vic Neuroth, all of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Ronny Zeimet of Livermore visited at the Rosemary Dudding home in Bancroft on Monday evening, July 18, and attended the wake of Henry Zeimet. Mrs. Gene A. Saunders and family of Detroit, Mich, arrived in Bancroft on July 14 for a visit at the home of Mrs. Eula Saunders. Mr. and Mrs. Art Welp and family of Bancroft attended the wedding of her niece, Susan Woods, in St. Cloud, Minn., on Saturday. Debbie Welp remained in St. Cloud for a 10-day visit Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, August 2, 1966 Bernard McGuire was released from Holy Family hospital in Estherville on July 17. He had been hospitalized three weeks for medical treatment. Alfred Menke of Bancroft was admitted to Holy Family hos- pital on July 21 for surgery on his shoulder. Mrs. Dan McGee returned home on July 20 from a two-week stay at the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Boeckholt of Des Moines. ED ANDERSEN, Auctioneer FIRST- NATIONAL BANK, Clerk RONALD H. COLLINS ESTATE AND BOURNE RONALD H. COLLINS ESTATE AND BOURNE FORENOON PUBLIC AUCTION To settle the estate of the late Ronald H. Collins we will hold a public auction on the Bourne farm located 1 mile east and 3!/2 miles south of Lone Rock, or go 2 miles west from 18 and 169 junction or Algona then 6 miles north on Hobarton black top road, then 1 mile west and !/2 mile south on 9 A.M.SATURDAY, AUGUST 6-9 A.M DONNA'S LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS 52 HEAD HIGH GRADE HOLSTEINS 32 young cows, most of which are in production, with a few springers. 9 bred heifers — some starting to show calf. 10 heifer calves from baby calves to 6 months old. 1 bull calf. Freshening dates and breeding dates will be furnished day of sale. Mr. ..Collins has used good sires out of herds like John Walker's herd, and some artificial breeding. He bought the best when he bought. All cattle are C.V. and now TB and Bangs tested to go anywhere. TRACTORS CAR and TRUCK 1946 DODGE truck, good tires, heavy duty hoist, grain and stock rack. 1958 Lincoln Continental Mark 3 4-door car, good tires. HORSES Real nice 3 yrs. old Palomino gelding well broke. Pony, 2 yrs. old bay mare green broke. Some horse equipment, 2 sad-' dies and riding bridles. Good 3 yrs. old 'German Shepherd dog. CHICKENS 400 Hy-Line pullets about 4 mo. old. 300 Welp-Line 937 yearling hens laying good. FARMALL Model M Tractor, runs good - with extra single wheel. 1965 FARMALL 806 Gas Tractor with less than 400 hours, T.A., fast hitch, fluid in' tires, complete and like new. 600 Ib. rear wheel weights, 750 Ib. front wheel weights for 806. 1951 CASE mod*! DC tractor, all new tiret, wide front end, live hydraulic, with Power-Pac and 4-row cultivator. 600 Ib. rear wheel weights far DC COM. FARMALL Model H, high speed 3rd and 4th gears. FEED, ETC. 400 bales alfalfa hay, 200 bales straw. Some good corn silage. . Utility round steel hog feeder. Lots of chicken feeders and waterers. 1 Texas style hay bunk, V shaped. 5 feed bunks. BUILDINGS 12X12 brooder house. 10X12 brooder house. 8X12 feed shed; Several more buildings. 20 X 40 Behlen quonset type machine shed. FURNITURE Dining room table, chairs and buffet,cabinet recordio. T.V. antenna with Fort Dodge unit less than year old. Steel swings, picnic table, 2 gallon milk pasteurizer. SHOP TOOLS & MISC. New Automatic tractor radio. New heat hnusers for 806 and D.C. Case. 2 sets of tractor chains; truck .chains. 330 gallon gas barrel, steel stand and hose. Pamline "210" mineral feeder and face fly attachment. Electric welder. New 7" Electro hand power saw. Mounted electric hack saw. lord Press Steel stone boats Knipco heater New Handyman jack New bale fork Portable air compressor % in. Electric press drill 5 H.P. outboard motor Buzz saw and 2 blades 2 Electric fencers Overhead wagon hoist Lots of good angle iron Lots of bridge plank Many more good tools too numerous to mention. POWER MACHINERY FARMALL No. 550, 5-bottom plow, with 1-arm greaseless coulters. (X series) INTERNATIONAL 450 A, 4-row corn planter with large plastic fertilizer boxes, gandy insecticide. CASE A-6 combine with large Wisconsin motor, new canvas. Oliver model 50, PTO, baler. CASE field chopper with corn and hay head. ALLIS CHALMERS blower with pipes, pipes and drops KELLY-RYAN PTO. manure spreader HUMBOLDT manure loader with manure and snow buckets, mounts H or M. McCORMICK No. 25 V power mower. Mower windrows. McCORMICK 4-bar side delivery rates. McCORMICK endgats seeder COMFORT 7-row tractor-mounted weed sprayer. 2-row and 4-row weeders. BEAR CAT hammermill, PTO, and traveling feed table. I.H.C. 238 cultivator. JOHN DEERE 2-way hydraulic cylinder, and I.H.C. 2-way hydraulic cylinder. 2 — No. 24 I.H.C. corn pickers. OTHER MACHINERY JOHN DEERE 5-section drag. JOHN DEERE 4-section drag; JOHN DEERE 21 ft. straight disc; , McCORMICK 18 ft. disc; JOHN DEERE 12 ft. tractor spring tooth harrow; Ldnd roller; 5-bottom THUR'EFER stubble turned; Old THIEMAN tractor with model A motor; good steel road drag; Hay loader. WAGONS, ETC. 2-Heavy Duty MIDWEST wagons, 14 inch tires, heavy duty Mid*, west hoists, 7X 12 new HEIDER boxes with high endgates and forage sides. 2-rubber tired wagons with bale racks. Rubber-tired wagon with flare box. 2-wheel machinery trailer. Steel wheel wagon and hay rack. Steel wheel running gear. MILKING EQUIPMENT Cherry Burrell 285 gallon bulk ^ milk cooler. New Empire gas space heater in milk room. 50 gallon pressure hot water heater. 2 Seamless Surge buckets 2 Seam Surge buckets Milking machine and pipeline for 24 cows. 17 good wood lined stanchions. Unit of 10 steel stanchions with automatic closer to be sold en a unit 24 inch barn fan Litter carrier track and silage cart. Barn radio Auctioneers Note: There are many good items to sell so be here early and we will start promptly at 9 A.M. and be on the cows by noon. TERMS: CASH - No Property Removed Until Settled For Not Responsible For Accidents Should Any Occur R. H. COLLINS Estate & BOURNE Mrs. Luella Collins, Executor For Estate CLERK: IOWA STATE BANK, ALGONA AUCTIONEERS: QUINN AND CLARK

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