Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 4, 1965 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 4, 1965
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4-ALGONA (low*) AbVANCt THURSDAY, FEB. 4, 1965 Fenton girl married Fenton — Judith Ann Bcrk-i land and Gerald Robert Hanna were married Saturday at St. Luke's Lutheran church, Fairville. Parents are the Lloyd Berklands, Fenton, and Harold Hannas, Forest City. The double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. Cleo Kautsch, Wliittemore, interim pastor. Organist was Carolyn Ley, Lakota, and soloist was Diana Berkland, Cylinder. Maid of honor was Joyce Berkland. Bridesmaid was Mrs. Dennis Flugum, Forest City, sister of the groom. Best man was Steven Hanna, Forest City, and groomsman was Gary BcrkJand. Keith Hanna, Forest City, and Eldon Berkland were candle- lighters. Ushers were Gary Berkland and Vance Hanna, Forest City. MONUMENTS - MEMORIALS Dean Kinsman, owner of Algona Monument Co., wishes to remind you th.it there can never be a substitute for a monument ... of knowing you marked the final resting place of your departed loved one in the proper manner. Algona Monument Co. offers a wide selection which they can furnish in various sixes, styles and designs. If you wish to save, please before you buy, write or call 2955565 Algona Monument Co., and let them give you the facts about monuments and markers, both granite and bronze, for cemeteries and memorial Gardens. Algona Monument Co. Phone 295-5565 Algona, Iowa A reception for about 200 was held in the church. Punch was served by Evelyn Friederick and Michael Aubrey. Ariel Berkland had the guest book. Mrs. Truman Thompson, Cylinder, and Mrs. Julian Hagan, Unkc Mills, cut the cake; and Mrs. Truman Thoen, Blooming Prairie, Minn., and Mrs. Robert Grclhcn, Cylinder, poured coffee. I In charge of the gifts were Mrs. Richard Lura, Decorah, Mrs. Lylc Olson, Minneapolis, Janice Grcthcn, Cylinder, and Sandra Berkland, Perry. Waitresses were Penny Hagcn, Va- I Lois Thoen, Jolinc Brager, Shir- Icy Samson, Cheryl Berkland, and Connie Grcthen. Following a week's trip to Denver, they will live in Mason City. The brido graduated from Sen Ira 1 high school and the state college. She plans to teach art in Mason City. The groom attended high school at Buffalo Center and is an apprentice carpenter in Mason City. FIVE GENERATIONS A double birthday party was held on- Sunday at Arthur Krauses. llonorecs were Mrs. Minnie Dreyer, whose 88th birthday was Feb. 1, and her son- in-law, Arthur Krause, who was 71 Jan. 31. Guests were the Robert Krauses, Herbert Kraus- es, Larry Alts, Otis Englands, Ilingsled, Stanley BerKlands, Rev. Rex Spiccrs and Frank Drcyers. Present were five generations with Mrs. Dreyer being the oldest. Others were Mrs. Dreyer's daughter, Mrs. Arthur Krause, her granddaughter, Mrs. Larry Alt, her great granddaugh- ,'tcr, Mrs. Stanley Berkland, and 'her great great granddaughter, Tania Berkland, 3, all of Fenton. Mrs. Dreyer still enjoys excellent health and eyesight, and is known in Fenton for her handwork, including the making of artificial flowers from feathers of pheasants and other fowl. She also makes braided rugs, does crocheting, and sometimes baby- sits with her great great granddaughter. CHURCH GROUP MEETS American Lutheran Church Women of St. John's, Depew, met at the parish house Thursday. Devotions were by Mrs. Kenneth Cody, and Mrs. Russell Johnson had the Singspiration. The lesson on the Lord's Prayer was given by Mrs. Arnold Naig, and Mrs. Ernest Berkland gave the offering meditation. A skit, The Ingredients for ALC Harmony, was given with Mrs. Rob:Crl Burkgrcn as narrator. Hos[ tosses were Mrs. Melvin Berk! land and Mrs. Albert Mitchell. FAREWELL PARTY The Eugene Huskamps were hosts Sunday at a party for Mrs. Florence Saxlon and Pete Sax* ton, who will be moving from their farm to a house in Fenton soon. Guests were the members of the 4-7 club and husbands, and prize winners were the Arnold Nielsens, Mrs. Lylc Hanson, and Robert Krause. A purse was given to the Saxlons as a farewell gift. AT CONFERENCE Delegates from St. John's Lutheran church to the annual fiscal conference of the Iowa District West at Florin Lake Sunday were Rev. Rex Spicer, Bennie Berkland, Emil Bicrstcdt, Stanley Berkland, William Elmers, and Ray Dreyer. POSTPONED SHOWER The shower planned for Ingrid Tcresko Finnestad, Jan. 31 was postponed because of the weather. It is to be held next day, at 1:30 p.m. at the Norman Finnestad farm, miles west of Fenton on the blacktop. BOY BREAKS ARM Dennis Wilbcrg, 10, son of the Henry Wilbcrgs, fell while playing on the monkey bars at Fenton grade school last Monday. A bone was broken in his left arm above the wrist. parents, the Fred Jefttzes^ Sa< turday and Sunday. The Gerald Jehtzes look Mrs. George Jentz to Wisconsin Saturday for a few Weeks at her daughter Mrs. Gene Haven's. Sunday guests of the Walter Krauses were the Fred Jentzes and Don Berklands, Fort Dodge. The Ewald Kohlweses, Austin, Minn., spent Saturday with the Paul Eiglers. Seneca Mrs. Henry Looft dfe, Carrie Bergum and Karen JenUi. flans were made for the wifidow display for Aigoiia 4-H day. Linda Kracht and Cathy Sergum gave demonstrations. Kathy Merrill and Ann Fortney had music and Cathy Befgum and Linda Kfacht attended a county training school at Algona Jan. 16. Ann Fortney is reporter. Mrs. Herbert Krause is the newly elected president of the Fenton Town and Country Woman's club. The Everett Withams received news recently of the birth of a great grandson, Brian Alan. The Bill Meyers, Cochrene, On- traio, Canada, are the parents. Watsons, Troy Grove, 111. the Larfrion Matties, ftifigsted, and son, John, Pat Kfiowles, Madelia, Minn., and Mrs. J. Meyer, Burt, returned recently from. Fort Leonard Wood, where they ttamus and Mrs. .Gay Ate sis* ters and heices of Mr, Witham, The Art Kerrs, Gfaetttngef, were Sunday visitors at Kenneth Andres'. Tuesday callers at Everett Witham's included Mrs. Maude attended the graduation of witnam s ">™a ™». "™ r.pnf-tm thttlA fltiH fcrteflf Mevef Robinson, Algona, and Mrs. Earl George Hattle and Edgar Meyer from training. The Cecil Andersons, Ringsted, were Tuesday visitors at Melvin Madsen's. Mr. Madsen returned recently after several weeks at a hospital recuperating from a fall from a ladder at the Quaker Oats warehouse building at Armstrong. Monday guests of the Everett Withams included the Ralph Gays, Longview, Wash., and Mrs. Grandparents are the Herman Thelma Ramus, Lone Rock. Mrs. Miller, Spring Valley, Minn. The Larry Osborns, Fairmont, were Monday callers at Leqna Osbo'rn's. BIRTHDAY — Arie Kreykes observed his 92nd birthday on Jan. 24 with 84 members of his family present to help him celebrate; 6 children, 23 grandchildren and 55 great grandchil* dren. Complete Closing-Out Farm Sale Due to ill health I will tell at public auction my personal property on farm located 1 mile south and 3 miles east of Elmore or 6 miles east of Rake or 4 miles west and 7 miles north of Buffalo Center, on: Wednesday, February 10 LUNCH ON GROUNDS — SALE STARTS AT 12:30 35 HEAD OF CATTLE 20 choice Holstein Springing Heifers, These heifers originally came from Wisconsin. They are calf hood vaccinated, TB and Bangs fed. tested with individual health certificates. To calf by sale date or soon after. Bred to bull from Carnation breeding. 10 yearling open Holstein Heifers; 5 mixed Steers and Heifers, coming, 2 year old. MILKING EQUIPMENT — Surge 2-unit Milking Machine with seamless buckets, steel cocks for 18 cows. McCORMICK TRACTORS & POWER EQUIPMENT 1957 McCormick model 400 Tractor, comp. with power steering, 3-way hydraulic, T. A., live power, live hydraulic, with fire crater, sleeves and pistons; 1944 McCormick H Tractor, near new tires; McCormick 2 MH 2-row mounted Corn Picker, grease bank, deep pocket rolls; McCormick model 450 4-row Corn Planter, comp. with disc openers and check heads, wire, plastic fertilizer boxes, Candy insecticide; McCormick model 15 9-knife Field Chopper, used to fill 12 silos; McCormick model 438 4-row Cultivator with rubber gauge wheels; McCormick model 110 new style 7-ft. Tractor Mower, like new; McCormick model 16 L 3-bottom 14" Tractor Plow with new Super Chief bottoms; McCormick Endgate Seeder; McCormick 10-ft. Field Cultivator; McCormick model 30 rubber-tired Tractor Mower Spreader; McCormick 10-foot Binder; McCormick 2-M Picker, for parts. OTHER POWER MACHINERY Ford Hay Baler, comp. with PTO, bale chute and hitch; New Holland Roto Rake; Allis-Chalmers Blower with 40-ft. pipe; John Deere model RW 13-ft. 4' Wheel Tandem Disc; John Deere 4-row Rotary Hoe; John Deere 15-foot Tractor Disc; Stan Hoist Manure Loader with snow bucket; Case model A-6 Combine, comp. with motor, starter, pickup, Maco windrow attachment; Case A-6 Combine with PTO; Hagie 9-row tractor-type Weed Sprayer with 200-gal. tank, like new; 6-section Harrow with steel evener. OTHER MACHINERY Mack Rubber-tired Wagon, 7-16 tires; Coates Wagon; Rubber-tired Wagon; 2-wheel Trailer; 165-bu. Lindsay Flare Box; 7'/ 2 xl4 Barge Box; Wood Flare Box; Flat Rack; Wooden Wheel Wagon with 12-ft. Triple Box; Semi-hydraulic Wagon Hoist; Mounted Wood Saw; Bale Fork. MISCELLANEOUS Knipco Heater with thermostatic control; 5-ton Hydraulic Jack; 7 16-ft. Sheep Bunks; 2 16-ft. Cattle Bunks; 1 16-ft. Hay Bunk; 1 16-ft. Aluminum Gate; 2 20-bu. Hog Feeders; 2 5-bu. Hog Feeders; Steel Hog Troughs; 3 Steel Water Troughs; Hog Pans, Fountains; 2 Tank Heaters; 2 Automatic Floats; 265-gal. Fuel Barrel; 4 Hydraulic Cylinders; Vb-hp. Motor; 2 Whp. Motors; 8 750x14 Tires; Wheel Barrel; Time Clock; 12x38 Chains; 10x36 Chains; Vise, Anvil, Post Drill, Elec. Cords, Forks, Shovels, Tools, etc. Winters 3-bottom Stubble Turner; Heat Houser for 400 Tractor; 75-ft. 7-inch Endless Belt. SILO UNLOADER — Badger Silo Unloader, 3 years old, to fit 12-ft. Silo. FEED — 300 bales of first cutting Alfalfa Hay; 700 bales of second cutting Alfalfa Hay. BUILDINGS — 12x14 Brooder House; 12x14 Rain Shelter. AUCTIONEERS' NOTE — Heifers are large, fleshy, outstanding and typey. Machinery is all in top condition. A good sale to attend. See you on Wednesday, Feb. 10, at 12.30 p.m. sharp. QU1NN AND CLARK, Auctioneers. Usual Terms. Not responsible for accidents. No property removed until settled for. HARLAN THOMPSON, owner Kenneth Halverson spent last week in Minneapolis at the midwinter meeting of the Lutheran Evangelistic conference at the Augustana Lutheran church. Mrs. Walter Krause had the Thursday bridge club Jan. 28. Three tables were in play and prize winners were Mrs. Charles Newel, Mrs. Paul Eigler, and Mrs. Clarence Wegener. The Clarence Arbogasts and Adolph Hansons left Monday for California for about three weeks. Carol Ann Cody, daughter of the Gerald Codys, was baptized Jan. 24 at St. John's Lutheran church, Depew, by Rev. Oliver Johnson. Sponsors were the George Jorgensons Jr. Guests were the Harvey Nelsons and Paul Nelsons, Sioux Falls; Mrs. Lulua Knutson, Estherville; the Arthur Antonsons, Minneapolis; George Jorgensons Jr., and Mrs. Duella Cody. The Stanley Berklands visited the Kendall Meyers, Aryshire, Saturday evening. Mrs. William DeWall had as guests for an afternoon of quilting Friday, Mrs. Albert Mitchell, Mrs. Morris Mitchell, Mrs. Ray Priebe, Mrs. Ole Pederson, Mrs. Paul Zumach, Mrs. Ervin Ruhnke, Mrs. Melvin Berkland, Mrs. and" Mrs. 'Ernest .~ Voigt Berkland. The Kenneth Halvorsons and Henry Wilbergs were Sunday visitors at Elmer Lee's, Estherville. The Dale Weisbrods were hosts last Thursday evening to t The Clarence Osborns attended the grain dealers convention in DCS Moines last week. The Alfred Menkes were given a surprise farewell party at their home shortly before they moved to a farm north of Bancroft. Present were the Victor Strueck- crs, Eldon Browns, Harold Elmers, Joe Culbertsons, Calvin Vaudts, Paul Voigts and James Meyers, Fenton. Denise, daughter of the Alvin Godfredsons, who had been a patient at the Estherville hospital several days was dismissed Wednesday. The Mervin Jentzes were Sun- clay guests of Mrs. George Jentz. The Marlin Wegeners had as guests for David's 7th birthday Jan. 14 Mrs. Clarence Wegener and Mrs. Charley Feye and children. Dany Feye was an overnight guest. Monday guests at Henry Looft's included the Duane Boykens, Woden and Haaken Thorsons, Gracttinger. Seneca students at Sentral named to the school honor roll for the first semester include Dennis Dahl and Linda Ullen- swang, straight A students; receiving B plus were-Tim Strueck- er, John Luedtke, Candace Vaudt, Theresa Kennedy and Peggy Kauffman. Straight B students included Shirley Ohnemus, Audrey Bergum, Hollee Krause and James Breese. The Clarence Menzes attended the shower Saturday at the Fenton Methodist church for their nephew and bride, the Kenley Zwiefels. Mrs. Menz was one of the hostesses and also poured. Anna Menz carried the gifts. The Alfred Menkes moved recently from the Helmer farm to a farm near Bancroft. Mrs. Marvin Luedtkes and Axel Bratlunds, Bancroft, went to Keister, Minn. The Jim Kenedys were Sun- pay ' visitors with ,tfte former's parents, the Ed Kennedys, Bancroft. Ed Johnson is a patient at the lospital at Estherville with a severe attack of flu. Seneca Stars met Jan. 23, with *• '.V^VM 1 "Go-In-Snow" Special! $, FOR Size 6.00 x 13" or 6.50 x 13" Tubeless Blackwall Plus Tax and 2 Trade-In Tires Quinn and Clair Clark, Auctioneers First National Bank of Elmore, Minn., Clerk the Methodist choir for Dale'si birthday. The 25 had their regular choir practice in the Weisbrod home and then were served ice cream and birthday cake. The Ed Priebes returned to Fenton from their winter home in Ft. Myers, Fla., last week for the wedding of their granddaughter, Judy Berkland, Jan. 30, to Gerald Hanna. They left again for Florida Feb. 2 with the Lloyd Berklands. Mrs. Berkland is the daughter of the Priebes, and they were guests of the Berklands. The Berklands plan to remain in Florida for a vacation. Wednesday afternoon guests at Donald Priebe's for Kenneth's 7th birthday were Vance Voigt, Paul Jorgenson, Danny Feye, Vaughn Borchardt, and David Wegener. Supper guests were the Ray Priebes and James Schmidts. Tuesday evening guests of the Larry Alts were the Ray Priebes, James Schmidts and Gene Lockwood. The Larry Alts had a 500 par ty Wednesday with five tables in play. Prize winners were Lloyd Kern, Mrs. Lyndon Ker- >er, Lloyd Berkland, Dale Weisbrod and Mrs. Herschel Hart- nan. Jan. 26 the 4-7 Club met at Mrs. Gerald Halvorson's. Mrs. Quella Cody showed slides of the trip she took last Juno through Norway and Sweden. Peggy Voigt, Cedar Falls, was a guest last week of the Dale Weisbrods. She was visiting during the semester class break at the state college. Visitors at Delbert Geitzeu- auer's Sunday were the Gerald Geitzenauers, who left on Monday for California. The Wilfred Stoebers returned Saturday from a month's vacation. They spent two weeks at W. E. Stoeber's, Mesa, Ariz., and were joined by the Karl Sie- werts, Minneapolis for two weeks in the west. They visited Mr. Stoeber's sister, Mrs. J. \V. Smith, Sacramento, Calif., and Mrs. Stoeber's sister, the H. V. Christiansens, San Francisco. The Ray Stoebers and Wilfred Stoebers attended the hardware convention in Minneapolis Sunday. The Ray Stoebers remained for more meetings Monday and Tuesday. The Don Berklands, Fort Dodge, visited Mrs. Berkland's jAudrey and Kathy Bergum. New nerhbers are Rosemary Fortney, Collette Stefanski, Barbara An- 3-T NYLON SURE-GRIP • Made with Tufsyn Rubber • 190 TRACTOR-TYPE CLEATS Built Deep to Bite Deep • Pull You Through Snow Like a Tractor! NO MONEY DOWN • FREE MOUNTING Matching Wheels 75 • Fit most popular cars • End winter changeover problems for sure! 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