The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1966 · Page 11
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Good Neighbors TITONKA -several neighbors and relatives gathered at the Fred Gray farm Thursday to plow 35 acres. Mr. Gray had the misfortune to break his leg and will be unable to be on Ms feet for several weeks. FARMS HOMO lOANS'AHHABAlS YOUft SIDEWALK OF SECURITY ATTENTION HOME OWNERS I ATTENTION FARM OWNERS 1 WE HAVE BUYERS FOR: HOMES 1. 4 or 5 Bedroom home - $20,000 to $25.000 price range. 2. 4 or 5 Bedroom home - $11,000 to $14,000 price range. 3. 3 Bedroom Ranch Type home. South part of town - $15,000 to $20,000. 4. 3 Bedroom home on contract - Buyers with good Income, but need to buy with $500 to $750 down. 5. 3 Bedroom near Grade School — $11,000 to $13,000. FARMS 6. 80 Acres with good buildings near Algona. 7. 80 Acres without buildings near Algona on contract, 8. 160 Acres preferably without buildings southeast part of county. 9. 240 Acres with good buildings south part of tounty. SEELEY REALTY Co. (over SSL) 17'/ a E. STATE Paul M. Seeley, Realtor Office Phont 5-2350 Mtrk A. Seeley Residence Phone 5-3174 LEO FRANKL 5-5479 Homemakers At Titonka Held Meeting TITONKA - Buffalo Twp. Homemakers met Friday at the home of Mrs. Henry Orthel. Those present received instructions on gift wrapping and also participated in new ideas for decorating packages with ribbon. For roll call, each person brought a gift wrapped package, Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher, Mrs. Cliff Krantz, Mrs. J. Budlong and Edith and Hazel Budlong attended the district meet- of Woman's Clubs at Webster City, Oct. 7. - o The Titonka V. F. W. Auxiliary met with fourteen original and five new members present. Hostesses were Mrs. Gene Krominga and Mrs. Laverle Fallman. Door prize was won by Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy. Senior M.Y.F. of Titonka went to Immanuel Lutheran church Sunday evening to attend a meeting. Mrs. Minnie Larson has been visiting her son, the Lewis Lar- sens, Lime Springs, and her daughter, the Verner Laus, Klemme. Buffalo Boosters 4-H Club elected officers at their regular meeting Saturday, Oct. 9-president, Karen Eden; vice president, Sandy Hoover; treasurer, Arlys Redenius; photographer, Debbie Budlong; reporter, Bonnie Giesking; historian, Barbara Boekelman; music, Marlys Eden; recreation, Linda Beal. Lunch was served by Linda Higgins and Debbie Budlong. Titonka Woman's Club met Oct. 13 at the home of Mrs. Harold Gartner. Mrs, Clarence Brandt and Mrs. H. W. Kitzinger presented a lesson on our responsibilities as citizens to contact our government representatives on issues of Importance. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. William Schram. Titonka Federated Club met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Edward Brandt, Mrs. George Schuster assisting hostess. The lesson was presented by Mrs. Heiko Boekelman, the topic being "Pigtails to Ponytails." Mrs. Cleo Nelson read a short topic on "It's Fun To Be 50." Gracie Heifner and her cousin Mrs. Harold Denny of Des Moines, visited in the L. C. Heifner home Monday and Tuesday. On Tuesday they called on Clalr Heifner who is hospitalized at Park hospital, Mason City, following surgery. Dale Bartelt, Jane Bufflngton, Jeanne Gingrich, Ruth Beed and Philip Jaren are among the college students who spent last weekend at their respective homes. Ex-Philippine Missionary To Appear Here Rev. Paul D. Friederichsen, missionary to the Philippines for ten years and a prisoner of the Japanese during the war, will present his unique Missionary-Bible ministry at the Regular Baptist church, Elm and Wooster, Algona,Oct.30-Nov.6. The time on Sundays is 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. and week nights at 7:30 p. m. Using a projector and his original colored slides, he is able to present missionary principles and Bible studies. After nearly ten years as a minister of the gospel in America, Rev. Friederichsen in 1939 went with his family to the Philippine Islands as a missionary, under Association of Baptists for World Evangelism. During the war, Rev. and Mrs. Friederichsen, with their two small boys, were imprisoned in two different internment camps by the invading Japanese for a period of 31 months. Following the war, the need for reconstruction and relief in the Philippines was so great Rev. and Mrs. Friederichsen returned to the field. However, two postwar terms had to be shortened because of health. At the present, Rev. Friederichsen is engaged in Missionary-Bible Conferences in the II. S. Lone Rock Guesti LONE ROCK - Rev. and Mrs. Albert Bullock had weekend guests, their son Lester Bullock who is a student at Buena Vista College and Richard Brenzo of Ft. Dodge who also is a student a.t Buena Vista. Mr. Brenzo who is an English major there returned this fall from a years study at the University of Berlin, in Berlin, Germany. He is now a senior and plans to go on to graduate study next year. Lester Bullock who will graduate in January began an eight week practice teaching at Aurelia, Iowa. He is teaching Math and history at the high school level. Miss Sandra Grant who is a student at Cedar Falls, and Ellen Bullock who teaches at Corning Iowa were also week-end visitors at the Bullock home. - o- Mr. and Mrs. Chester Alme of Ottoseri, and Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Schultz and family of Whittemore were Sunday guests at the home of Mrs. Maude Blanchard. Mr. Rosco Schultz of Milwaukee, Wis. came Sunday for a weeks visit with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz of Lone Rock. The Schultzs also had other guests on Monday afternoon. Mrs. Mary Zoller of Memphis, Tenn. and her daughter Mrs. George Schrader of Lakota. Miss Dawn Schultz of Minneapolis was a week-end visitor at the Frederick Schultz home. On Saturday the 22nd Mr. Howard McChesney of Van Nuys, Calif, celebrated his birthday at the home of Mrs. Evelyn Earing, with whom he is staying for an Thursday, October 27, 1966 Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moines-11 Cotton Sheet BLANKETS Superior Quality All White 70 x 90 inches Heavy Nap. Fancy Terry $ 2.49 SHOP OUR BASEMENT RUMMAGE SALE. A Regular "Crazy Day" Event in our Bargain Basement. Odds and Ends from Every Department. Savings from ! /3 to % or more on every item. Holiday lines of ladies and Children* Sportswear arriving daily. Mad* your Christmas Selections now. Use our lay-A- Way Flan. A small deposit will hold your selection vntil Christ* mas. All Nationally known me Srand lints, Boys and Girls Sweat Shirts Pullover Style, white only. Sizes 4 to 16 Only 99C, Kitchen Towels Clever Kitchen Designs Fringed Ends 3 For 1.00 Little Farah Cerduroy SLACKS 1 With Farah Press, Never needs Ironing. Regular and Slim Sizes from 4 to 7 $3.98 "~ SPORT SHIRTS ^ KAYNEE, .Authentic Traditional .Styling. Kaynee Crest of Quality. Wash & Wear. Beautiful Pla[ds, Oxford Clbln, Corduroys. Sizes 3 (o 16 £.50 to $4,01 Always a complete stock of yoyr Bedding Needs, Beacon Blankets, Pillows, Mattress Pads and Covers, Peppered Sheets and Cases. Ideal Gifts for Show, ers, Weddings, and Christmas. Now in Stock Peppered King and Queen sizes in 180 Percales, Flat and Fitted. All Popular Priced. We gladly Gift Wrap any item ^Regardless of Price. CHILDREN SLEEPER? A well known brand. Heavy weight Brushed Cotton Knit. Non skid Plastic Soles. size, i to 4 2 for $3.50 sizes 4 to 8 2 for $4.00 This is the Final week of J our Famous Kayser Hosiery | Sale. AU$1.35 Kayser Nylons I on sale at just 99c. Box of 3 J pair only $2.90. Sale Ends ! Saturday night. | rahams lint MUMS IMHUUUHUUl I 0 rt a extended visit. Other guests present for the birthday party were the Woodrow Pettits, John Persons and boys, Mrs. Robert Hanna, Linda and Sally, and Mrs. Glenn Householder, and Elton and Bernard Pettit. Linda Hanna daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hanna of rural tone Rock celebrated her 16th birthday on Monday with the following guests, Elton and Bernard Pettit, Mrs. Evelyn Earing, the Woodrow Pettits and Peggy, Mrs. Glenn Householder, and the John Persons and boys. Fairmont Man's Death Raises Road Toll To 8 Andrew Pedersen, 78, Fairmont, became Kossuth county's eighth auto fatality of 1966 when he died at Rochester Sunday morning. Death was due to complications of injuries received in an auto accident Oct. 13 on highway 169, a mile south of Elmore. Pedersen had been hospitalized at Blue Earth and was transferred to St. Mary's hospital at Rochester Thursday. He never regained consciousness. Pedersen sustained a severe skull fracture in the collision which involved his car and a panel truck of the Valley News of Mankato. He was accompanied by his wife, 76, who remains in the Blue Earth hospital with fractured ribs and other injuries, but apparently is recovering. Pedersen was born Aug. 1, 1888 in Jutland, Denmark, and came to this country in May of 1910 directly to Fairmont. Here he married Anna Hansen May 26, 1911. Surviving are his wife and nine children, Including Soren of Ledyard, 32 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Also surviving are three sisters and two brothers living in Denmark. A son, Harold, died in 1954. Funeral services were held at 3 p. m. Tuesday at Grace Lutheran church at Fairmont. Rev. E. S. Ede officiated and burial was at Fairview Memorial Park. Halloween Party FENTON-The annual children's Halloween Party sponsored by the Town and Country Woman's Club and the Fenton Community Club will be held Monday evening, October 31 at 7:30 p.m. at the Fenton Community Center. All children from pre-school through the sixth grade that are in costume will be given lunch after the program. Besides the judging of this years contestants and the crowning of the new king and queen, there will be slides shown of last year's contestants. Home Fireproof Vaults and Chests - protect your valuable records, papers, etc. at low cost$18.75 and up at THE UPPER DES MOINES. USED MACHINERY TRACTORS H - IHC Tractor _„_„ $495 UB MM _ $U?5 M-5 Gas Tractor $2845 445 MM $1495 MISCELLANEOUS 6 A New Idea Pickers $175 thru $350 UP MM Unl Picker $795 IHC 4-14 semi mtd. Plow _ $625 No. 666 4-14 JO Plow . $395 No. 4440 Oliver 4-16 Plow $570 JD 555 4-14" Plow $425 IHC Tandem Dlic $495 Nl Rofary Cutter $365 John Deere Rotary Cotter _ $225 Humboldt Hammertype Cutter $95 New Idea No. 61 Cutter $295 New Idea 451 Cutter __ $385 JD 4-row Cutter $645 Schultz Flail Cutter, 80" $345 Kewanee P.T.O. Portable Elevator $345 Kelly-Ryan Elevator $195 No. 6 J.D. P.T.O. Shelter on trailer $795 1200 MM $1245 1200 MM Sh.llmait.r $1375 1210 MM Shellmaiter $1875 No. 200 IHC Spreader . $145 12A N.I. Spreader ... $175 Stan Holit loader with Snow Scoop $195 D. F. Winters Pull type trash rakes for plowing corn stalks on hand. BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 No. Main A10 on a speak to her JH diamonds- she'll .get the message We feature Accutron* the most accurate timepiece in the world Accutron's tuning fork replaces the outdated balance wheel that's found in all watches. Stop by so we can tell you more. Starting with the right time of day. Accutron by Bulova. 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