The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 25, 1966 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 25, 1966
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10-Algono, (to.) Upper DM Meln«t Thunckry, Ao^wtt JS, Honor Fandels Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ralfft Nov. 30, 1916 is St. Miciu honored at an open bccse -~ anniversary from 2 to 4 ?. —. ::: St. J&c^isTs s August 28. Mr. and Mrs. Fandel lure 13 chilire-i. Tbey *re "»'. Donald Fandel, Michael Fanfel arid Rilpt F*ad£l. ."r.. Cedar Rapids; Mrs. Paul Rink, Ayrshire; Robert Fiadel, Siiiti Ana, Calif.; Stanley Fandel, San Diego, Czlii., Tboisis Faatei. Orlond, Calif.; Mrs. Robert Barone, LaMesa, Calif.; Sirs. Elmer Dehling, Meqion, Wise.; Mrs. George Dresen, LaCrosse, Wise.; Mrs. Gene Nichols and Mrs. Mark McGuire, Algoaa. All friends and relatives are invited to attend the open house. Edwin Cady, Ex-Algona Man, Dies In Texas Evelyn Cady received a telephone call Aug. 16 from her cousin Edwin Cady*s wife, Mayme, Houston, Tex., telling her Edwin had died that morning In Veterans hospital following a coronary attack. For the past several m onthshe had complained of loss of proper balance and was using a cane. Edwin Francis Cady was born in Algona to Willis "Pat" Cady and Mary Simpa Cady Feb. 5, 1905. The family moved to Mason City when he was about ten years old. He began his studies of the piano and at the age of 16 was pianist at the Bijou theatre. He enlisted during World War I and served In the Medical Corps at Fort Leavenworth, Kan. He was sent to Chicago HI., for several months before being mustered out. There he had time to attend a mortician school and received his diploma. While in Chicago Edwin became acquainted with Mayme a girl from Mississippi, and they were married and went to Wichita, "The Turtle and The Drum" make beautiful music together) Pick a color-note, off or on-beat—play them together—and you've got the prettiest playing-combo on the sweater-arid- Skirt scene! The raglan shouldered roll-over turtle-dove is knit to stay-fit In 100% "Orion"* acrylic Wintuk-the dream-drum skirt matches-yp In bonded 100% wool. Sweater style 6390. Orion slip-on raglan sleeve turtle neck, Zip back white, black, navy, brown and gold Sizes 36 to 40 Skirt style 1910. Flannel A-skirt brown, green and navy Sizes 8 to 16 9.00 9.00 i a hams Kan., where he played in a theatre. They moved to Houston and he fcacame pipe organist ut a church. daughters were born to Mary (Mrs. Leonard State College, Pa. fraacis (Mrs. Robert Austin, Tex. There jrauaJeMldren and an CJurv*? Simp* Ures at ri>'s brother, Dr. t MJISCG City, died r« i*ld ia Use Heat- risils Greece where she teaches in an American school. MR. AND M*S. Al Agena have sold their house on Roan street to Mr. and Mrs. James Cubit who purchased the Keith house on East Call street some 'time ago. The Mrs. Milton Dahl, Mrs. Ann Hanson and Mr. and Mrs. James Cubit homes have been sold to the Fareway store. Mrs. Dahl has taken an apartment at the Harry Wards, Mrs. Hanson has moved into the apartment at the Cooks vacated by Esther Qulnby and the Cubits will eventually move into the Agena house. Saint David is the paTron saint of Wales. at V-ftiKxijt i^CV Two Injured, Corn High At Intersection n bs-CA,-ne -icre Apparent Tues- iay thai it is time for farmers to cut CCOT a»-ay from road intersections •wtien '•"•o Kossuth young men, James H. Pingel, Algona, and Patrick D. Wilhelmi, Bancroft, both 22, sustained injuries in a mishap which was partially blamed on tall corn. The mishap occurred at a gravel road intersection eight miles south and four miles east of Algona at 4:55 p.m. Pingel sustained a cut left arm and Wilhelmi had leg and shoulder injuries. Neither was hospitalized. Pingel was driving a truck headed north and Wilhelmi, who was charged with failing to yield the right-of-way, was headed east in an auto. The car was a total wreck and the truck had $1,000 damage, according to Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst who investigated. At 5:15 p.m. the same day, an auto driven by William H. Decker backed up into the front of a car driven by Stephen R. Voyles at the intersection of Phillips and McGregor streets here. There was no damage to the Decker vehicle and an estimated $75 damage to the other car. Both drivers are from Algona. Police investigated. Snap-On Names Pair Of Men To New Posts piibeii H. McCreery, vice president-Sales, Snap-on-Tools Corporation, has announced the appointment of Elden G. Weiss and Lynn A. Ameche to the positions of marketing managers. The Weidenhoff Corp. here is a subsidiary of the corporation. These are newly created executive posts for Snap-On, which carry the responsibility for the sale and performance of all Snap- On products marketed in the United States. In addition to their new duties, Mr. Weiss and Mr. Ameche will retain the responsibility for directing their respective Snap-On general office departments. A CLASSIFIED AD KILL GET FAST RESULTS MR. ANDMRS. WilmerThilges and Kathy and Kathy Bormann, Orange, Calif., are spending a few days with Valeria Thilges and visiting other relatives and friends. EVELYN CADY was visited Sunday by Mrs. Julia Cady and her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Lawson and Mark and Julia, Mason City. They were enroute home from Sioux City and stopped at Mapleton to see Charley Simpa, 89 year-old uncle of the late Dr. Gerald Cady, husband of Mrs. Julia Cady, and the late Edwin Cady of Houston, Tex. MR. AND MRS. John Sires had as weekend guests their daughter, Jeanle, and John Bush, Chicago. MRS. MAX BAST has had as recent guests Mrs. Lloyd Platte, Sumier, Mrs. Frank Gatez, Oelwein, Mrs. William Bartels, Mrs. William Trotter, Cedar Falls, and Mrs. Harold Rust, Philadelphia, Pa. LINDA, ten year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lallier, fell from a swing a week ago and broke her left arm near the wrist. Fortunately, it Is not causing her much discomfort. MR. AND MRS. Charles Dearchs, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hoflus and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Dearchs, took Steven Dearchs to his home Sunday at Eagle Grove after a visit here with his grandparents, the Claude Dearchs. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Dearchs. GALEN DEVALOIS returned Tuesday from Des Moines where he spent a few days at the Iowa State Fair. MR. AND MRS. Robert Dar- byshlre have returned from a vacation at Duluth and Lake City and other Interesting places in the vicinity. Their vacation was somewhat marred by the heavy storm which hit In that area. MR. AND MRS. Allen Wagner were visited a short time a week ago by Mrs. Herbert Lindquist and daughters of Mason City. SHEILA SULLIVAN of Minneapolis, daughter of Mrs. Wade Sullivan, and a friend Lois Laver, also of Minneapolis, were re- Sunday by Mrs. Julia Cady, Ma- Gilbert Knudson of Emmetsburg at their summer home at Okoboji. Mrs. Knudson is a sister of Mrs. Sullivan. MR. AND MRS. Richard Schneider have returned from a vacation at Bramson with Mrs. Schneider's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Loren E. Lair. •MARGARET, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Studer, left Wednesday for Mt. St. Scholastica college at Atchison, Kan. KEITH ROWLEY has sold the house built on the former Ferguson site on Kennedy street to Mr. and Mrs. Frink, Cylinder. MR. AND MRS. M. H. Honsbruch, Mrs. Elizabeth Post and Rex Post spent Sunday and a part of Monday at the Honsbruch trailer house at Okoboji. JOAN POST is leaving Aug. 28 for Sioux City for her second year of nurses training at St. Joseph's hospital. MR. ANDMRS. LyleRiedinger and four sons have returned from a three week vacation at San Diego, Calif, with the former's brother, Allen Riedinger and family. They were also at Albuquerque, New Mex., where Mr. Riedinger attended the National Soil Society meeting. MR. AND MRS. JohnSchimmel were visited over the weekend by Mrs. Don Nelson of Newel who came to attend the glad show at the high school as well as visit her friends. TheSchimmels have also been visited by their granddaughters, Mrs. Kenneth Trimble and Debbie Jones, Laurens. MARGARET THOMPSON was visited Sunday by her niece, Lena Thompson, Hollandale. MRS. AUGUST Slagle has a brother, L. W. Sherman who lives at Santa Paula, Calif., who has been hospitalized with aheart ailment. He is now able to be up at home and Mrs. Slagle recently phoned him. He and his wife had formerly lived at Clear Lake. MRS. HOWARD French has been dismissed from St. Ann hospital and is now in the new Good Samaritan Home. Howard is in Veterans hospital at Des Moines. Their daughter Jean Nicalou has been here but will soon return to ! Two Big Winners J Driving | John Deere Tractors j IN THE 1966 KOSSUTH COUNTY ^ FAIR TRACTOR - PULL CONTEST 8 Class "B" Champion (6,000 to 7,500 Ibs.) FRED M. ERICKSON Driving a 1962 J.D. 3010 ********* Class ''D" Champion ********** (Up to 12,000 Ibs.) JERRY SCHMIDT Driving a 1963 J.D. 4010 We congratulate Fred and Jerry on their I outstanding victories! k ERNIE WILLIAMS John Deere "Your Farm Equipment Super Market" Phone 295-3561 Hwy. 18 East Machinery Auction ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^l^^g^g^j^lijigjjjj^jj^jjIj^WJ^^f ^^||»u«g«|_^Mj»flMWMMjMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM|MMMM Located at the Nl edge of Algona, Iowa/ on Highway 16 on Wednesday, August 31,1966 SALE STARTS 12:15 TRACTORS John Deere 4010 Gas Trac. (above average) J. D. 730 Diesel, elec. star, wide front (sharp) J. D. 720 Diesel dec. start, new motor Late model M-M-GVI Diesel Case 500 triple range gas trac., low hrs. Famuli Sup. M(sharp. comp. oliauled) John Deere model A (1948) Oliver 77 gas, wide front and hydraulic Maguey Harris 33, LPTO and live hydraulic (sharp) J. D. 1950 B Massey Harris 44 with hydraulic 1949 Case DC John Deere 1946 B 2—John Deere As J. D. 1950 A J. D. 1949 B John Deere GP David Bradley Garden Tractor with disc, plow and cultivator PLOWS John Deere 565 4-14 Trip Bottom Plow IHC 60 3-14 Trip Bottom Plow J. D. F-130 3-14 Trip Bottom Mtd. Plow 4-^J. D. 555 4-14 Trip Bottom Plows John Deere 650 3-14 Trip Bottom Plow John Deere 555 3-14 Trip Bottom Plow J. D. F-130 5-14 Trip Bottom Plow Case 4-bot Plow Case 3-bot Plow 2—Oliver 3-bottom Plows 7—IHC #8 3-bt slat mouldboard Plows Oliver 4240 3-bottom Plow John Deere #44 2-bottom 16-Inch Plow John Deere #55 4-bot 14-inch Plow 2—John Deere #56 3-bot 14-in. Plows John Deere #56 3-bot. Plow on steel DISCS 15-foot Short Wing IHC Disk 2—HIC 10-foot Straight Tandems 2—12-foot Dearborn Disks 15-foot John Deere Straight Disk HIC 37 14-foot Tandem 3—14-foot Kewanee Tandem 16-foot Kewanee Tandem John Deere RWA 13-ft 10-ln. Tandem John Deere RW 13-ft 4-Inch Tandem AUCTIONEER'S NOTE We lure oricn to clean (he lot to make room lor till trade-Inn. Mr. WlllUmi will be trad-. Inc ererr dar •» wtno Item lilted will bo chanted br atlo date. W« believe there will bo many more Itome br Bale date. A very rood chance to ret your machinery neode rilled al your price. SEE YOU AUG. Hit at lllli. Clark Breo. Cultivators J.D. Raw Rubber Gauge Wheel Cult IHC 238 Cultivator 4—J.D. 400 Rubber gauge wheels Cultivator J.D. 60 6-row Cultivator with 730 mtgs, near new AC 2-row Cultivator 2—J.D. 400 Cults, w-steel John Deere 40 Cultivator fflC 438 Cultivator IHC 448 Cultivator IHC 455 Cultivator Combines & Corn Heads 4—Case A-6 Combines 2—HIC 62 Combines 2-G-4 M-M Combines Dearborn Combine John Deere 12-A Combine 2—J. D. 30 Combines Gleaner 6-foot Combine 2-J. D. 12-A, PTO 3—AC 60 Combines J.D. 45, 4-yrs. old. Cob, Hy Header Control, very sharp J. D. 25-A Combine John Deere 210 Corn Art. John Deere 234 Corn Att J. D. 434W Corn Att. Mowers and Side Deliver. New Idea semi-mounted 7-foot Mower New Holland 7-ft Mower John Deere #5 Mower 3—J.D. 494 4-bar Rakes Laiudale Side Del Rake 3—J.D. 3-bar Rakes New Idea 4-bar Rake HOISTS 3—Stanhoist dr. on hoists 2—Meyers drive on hoists John Deere drive on hoist PLANTERS J.D. 495 Planter with Dry Pert, with Insect J.D. 495A* Planter w-Dry Fert, with Insect. J.D. 490 with big box fert and Candy 2—J.D. 490 with Fert. 3—J.D. 290 Planters 2—IHC 444 Planters 3—IHC 440 Planters 3—4908, no Fert Field Cults. &Hoes J.D. CC 10-ft Field Cult IHC 12-f t F. Cult on steel J.D. 4-row Rotary Hoe, like new Wlnpower Hoe with pickup hitch 2—M-M 4-row How 2—J.D. 4-row Hoes Kovar 16-f t Spring Tooth J.D. 16-ft Spring Tooth J.D. 12-ft Spring Tooth Blowers & Field Cutters 2—#2 J. Deere Blowers J.D. #50 Blower and 60-ft. A.C. Blower with motor and pipe John Deere #6 Field Harvester (new) 2-row Corn Head for J. D. #6 (new) 1-row Corn Head for J.D. #6 (new) J. Deere Pickup Attachment for #6 (new) Gehl Sickle Head attachment for Gehl Forage Harvester MILLS Portable'Gehl Mill with Green IsU mixer Letz 40-X Grinder M-W Hammermill Letz Hammermill Pickers and Shelters IHC 2-FR Corn Pteker (Ilk* new) 5—John Deere 227 Corn Pickers (hookup for »ny 2 eyl. tractors J. Deere 200 Corn Picker 2—6-A New Idea Corn Picker J.D. *50 Shelter ttttch. J. D. #6 Corn Shelter IHC Cyl. Shelter ELEVATORS J.D. 50-ft. 15-1/2" Heritor 2—Meyer 44-f t Eleviton Kewanee Elevator 2—J. D. 15-1/2" Elevators 2—New Elevator hoppers for 15-1/2" elevator BALERS New Holland 77 Baler Case 130 Baler me 45 PTO Baler IHC 50 Baler John Deere Bale Ejector Stalk Cutters 2—Continental Stalk CU. Brady Stalk Cutter New Idea Stalk Cutter Trk-SarvSto. Heists Weston Truck Hoist Service Station Car and Truck Hoist MfSCMlOMOUf New J. D. 963 Waion New 110-g-al. trailer type Sprayer Hacle 200-gal. trailer type Sprayer New John Deere 29-A M-M 9-foot Wind rower 2—J. D. L Spreaders New Idea 12-A Spreader 1946 Ford Pickup Several Used Older Can USUAL AUCTION TERMS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS Ernie Williams Algona, Iowa/ owner CLAIR CLARK Ceylon, Minn, and LLOYD CLARK, Armstrong, Iowa, AUCTIONEERS ' Enjoy panty girdle comfort and freedom but... 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