The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 10, 1966 · Page 17
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Honor Arnold Brandts AlTitonka WONKA - Mr. anf Mrs. Arnold Brandt will observe their silver wedding anrivereary with &n open house from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 13. there will be a program at 2:30. All friends and relatives are Invited to attend. Hosts will be their children; Mr. and Mrs. Kermitt Brandt, Winnebago, Minn., Keith of La Mars, Karen and Kevin at home. GUEST DAY Good Hope Lufteran Chnrch Women of Titotda sponsored a Guest Day for the women of the area Nov. 4. Guest speaker was Mrs. Gora (tWscffla) fudn. representative of Santal Northern Evangelical Lutheran Church of India. - o- UNICEF DRIVE The annual UNTCEF drive this year netted $76.59. Following the children's return to the school after making collections, costumes were judged and prizes awarded. A comedy movie was shown by Supt. Geo Roberts, after which they received pop and sack treats. the UNICEF Committee consisted of Arthur Boyken, chairman, Mrs. R. L. Krantz, Mrs. Art Boyken, Mrs. Melvtn Ricks, Mrs. Gene Kromlnga, Mrs. Kenneth Krantf, Gary Sleper and Paul Ferguson. - o FEDERATED CLUB titonka Federated Club met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Larry Pearson with Mrs. Paul Ferguson, co-hostess. A film was shown on "Throb of the Heart." Mrs. Richard Campney of Hurt spoke on resuscitation and each member present practiced mouth - to - mouth resucltatlon on a plastic model. Mrs. Gladys England R. M. *¥¥»¥¥»¥»¥¥»»»»*»¥¥¥»»¥¥ GET AN EARLY START ON / CHRISTMAS SHOPPING/ LAY AWAY A SEWING MACHINE TODAY Sure if* still two months until Christ' mas but Isn't it worth doing your Christmas shopping this early whon you can SAVE MONEY and got BEST SELECTION. Right now at North Iowa Sowing Machine Co. in Algona, wo aro offering outstanding LAYAWAY SPECIALS for Christmas on new Sewing machines. Just a small down payment holds your selection until December. Stop in this week and look over the very latest in Sewing Machines. North 310 ESTATE ALGONA presented the short topic "New Developments In Cancer Research." - o - Extra activities at the school this week included Career Day Thursday which the Juniors attended at Lakota. Friday, no school was held because of Parent - Teacher Conferences. No school could be held the following Monday, due to furnace trouble. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Heifner and family, former residents of Titonka, have moved to Kent, Ohio. Mr. Heifner is employed as a commercial artist there. Mrs. David Hirt and son John of Santa, Ana, California visited friends in and around Titonka for several days. Henry Van Hove, a patient at Mercy hospital, Mason city, following an accident, is progressing as well as can be expected. Mrs. Martha Geigler was pleasantly surprised on her birthday when several neighbor ladles called on her. On the Sunday following, a large group of relatives were at her home in observance of her 82nd birthday. Grade Heifner of Des Moines was a weekend visitor at the parental L. C. Heifner home. The Family Night supper was held at Titonka Methodist church, Sunday evening. Mr. Grindberg of Good Win Industries, Sioux City, showed pictures and spoke on the work of this organization. W. J. Anderson, St. Louis Park, Minn., visited Saturday with his mother, Mrs. Tanna Anderson. 'Silent Auction' Held By Seneca Modern Mixers FENTON - Mrs. Herbert Krause's house literally overflowed with baked goods and other goodies when the Seneca Modern Mixers brought foods to be sold at silent auction and proceeds to be sent to the Christian Children's Home at Council Bluffs, Iowa. Mrs. Henry Looft was honored birthday member. The hostess had charge of entertainment after which refreshments were served. Mrs. Otis England of Rlngsted and Mrs. Clifford Gangestad were guests. Mrs. Gangestad joined the club as a new member-. The Christmas pa$y will be held at-the home of - firVH^nrylLooft 'it lurfiicti time* there will be a gift exchange. Have visitors - go places? Your personal news is welcome at THE UPPER DES MOINES. PUBLIC AUCTION Friday, November 11 — 1 P. M. Sharp Before moving* to our new location I will sell the following items across the road from We id en- hoff Corp.. or just east of Ernie Williams' John Deere store, east of Algona on Hwy. 18. 1—5 hont D« Wilt saw, 16" blacks, complete with table, never been outside, A-l. 1—I-XL T kitchen cabinet sink bate and cabinets above, brand new; ' 1—6 drawer iteel desk, Ilk* new. 1—2-sack C.M.C. cement mixer. 1—Batcher. 2—Power bugget. . 1—25' belt «onvayor en rubber and electric motor. 1—Ford dozer blade. 2—10' wagon water tanks, near new. 10—16'6" creosote post. 4 Cases Quick Set locks and bath room accessories. 3—24"x20" combination windows. New Solar doors, 3'0"x6'8" and 2'8"x6'8". Sfeel roofing, new. Miscellaneous Hardware <. 5—2,000 Ib. chain hoist and A frames, complete. NEW BOLTS — WASHERS SPADE A SHOVEL HANDLES Some Hand Power Tools Used Udders ft Plumbing Tools Turn Buckles, new. Elee. Paint Sprayer, complete. TRUCKS 1—1956 CHEV. 2 T., A-l. 1951 G.M.C. IVa T., good shape Buildings 1—12x20, 2" floor. These are suitable for graineries or garages. 1—10x20,2" floor. 1—12'xl2' Quonset steel door and track. 1—12'xlo' Quonset steel door and track. |—10x18 folding partition, complete with track, good shape. 1—Combination cattle and hog waterer. Miscellaneous lumber 2" and 3", all sizes and lengths. Pile 4"—5"—6" Aluminum pipe. Several bunches shingles, various colors. A pile pf fire brick. Small combination doors and windows. All sizes. Miscellaneous aeration for grain bins — several pails paint — bolt and tool bins and cabinets, all sizes — work bench and lumber bins — used doors and windows, all sizes — many more miscellaneous items too numerous to mention. Usual Auction Terms — No property removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents. Owner Uyle Btnsen, Ringsted Ronald Peck, Algona Auctioneers & Clerks Indian Mission Speaker Nov. 17 Slated, Seneca SENECA ~ Guest speakers at Blakjer Lutheran church Woman's thank offering program and family night will be Mr. and Mrs. Herb Myer of rural Cylinder. Mr. and Mrs. Myer, who spent several weeks last winter at the Macuma Mission Station in eastern Ecuador will speak on the work being done there and also show slides. The station is under the Gospel Missionary Union that headquarters in Smithville, Missouri. It is an Interdenominational Faith mission board. Rev. Frank Drown, a native of Curlew, Iowa, is the head of the Macuma Station. The work is taking place among the Jlvaro Indians, who were the once dreaded headhunters and headshrinkers of the Ecuadorian jungles. The program will be held on Thursday evening, Nov. 17, at 8 o* clock at the Blakjer Lutheran church. All interested persons are cordially invited. - o- Mr. and Mrs. August Nelson, Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown of Mason City and Mrs. Nellie Thorson of Rlngsted were Thursday afternoon guests of Mrs. Christens Vahldieck, rural Walllngford. Mrs. Gerald Reimers observed her birthday anniversary last Friday by having a coffee at her home. Joining her for the afternoon were Mrs. Cecil Baldwin, Mrs. Alfred Petersen, Mrs. Robert Lynch, Mrs. Olaf Oftedahl, and Mrs. Eddie Reimers of Fenton. Mrs. Clifford Gangestad was hostess to the Jack Creek CCC Club at her home Thursday afternoon. Sixteen members answered roll call by giving a safety slogan. Mrs. Lee Moore had charge of entertainment. Members in attendance included Mrs. Lee Moore, Mrs. Gilbert England, Mrs Orin Aanonson, Mrs. Eva Aanonson, Mrs. Lawrence Anderson, Mrs. Lloyd Berkland, Mrs Raymod Fry, Mrs. Lester Handeland, Mrs. Louis Maas, Mrs. Adolph Meyers, Mrs. Glen Lundgren, Mrs. Joe Oakes, Mrs. Arnold Oleson and son, Mrs. •Velma Planting, Mrs. John Wiersma and Gary, and Mrs. Roy Moore. Sharlene and Anita Gangestad who are employed at Minnesota Mining at Fairmont spent the weekend with their parents, the Clifford Gangestads. "Konvtli Craatt'i Favorite Newspaper* Thursday, Nov. 10, 1964 Al*6f»ti (Ifa.) Upper DM Molft**-f REUNION After 64 years separation, Mrs. Anna Hinz, Manning, will have a reunion with her sister from Germany. Mrs. Hint hi* not seen her sister since 1902, wfieft steJEJme to this country. |NEE» OFTlCjf 8UPPME8? f <T fifct* tfrttt. 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And. right now, we're pricing our 4 hottest selling Chryslers at just a few dollars a month more than the most popular, smaller cars, gom- parably equipped. ;. , . When you've earned a Chrysler, don't hold pack. Take Charge... Move up to AUTHORIZED DEALERS •;•*«• Percival Motors, Inc. • aoo s. Phillips, Aigona, Iowa

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