The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 16, 1967 · Page 26
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 16, 1967
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(la.) Upptr D« Moln«« Tfivntfay, Feb. 16, 1967 AROUND ALGONA ininiiniiiiniiiiiiininiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinM BY RUTH SHIERK GUEST OF MR. and Mrs. James Utt is her father, Albert Psotka, who has been making his home with them since early January. He has visited them on a number of occasions since the death of his wife about a year ago. MR. AND MRS. William Tordoff, Jr. and Michelle of Cleveland, Ohio, will arrive tomorrow (Fri.) to spend a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William, Tordoff, Sr., MRS. HARRY Greenberg, entertained her bridge club Wednesday. Guest was Mrs. Don Ferris. High tally was held by Mrs. Leo Cassel, with second score being held by Mrs. Ferris. FRANCE Zeigler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Zeigler and a student at A.I.B. InDesMolnes, spent last weekend with her parents, who celebrated the birthday of her mother with adlnner party at Charlie's Supper Club. THE RESIDENTS of the Good Samaritan Center were treated to a Valentine's Day party Tuesday, when the Kossuth County Republican Women treated them to a holiday tea and musical program. Dainty cookies and cakes were served by the club at both homes. The program was carried by speaker-system for those who were unable to attend in the main room, MR. AND MRS. Miles Slonlker will attend the mid-winter conference of Lions Clubs in Des Molnes this weekend. They will be accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Myron Swanson, Royal. A SUBSTANTIAL group of Algona Republicans attended a banquet at the Veterans' Auditorium, Des Molnes, Saturday. Included in the group were Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Schoby. He is county chairman. Also, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Skow; she is county women's chairman. In addition, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Ley of Lakota. MR. AND MRS. Max Mesing moved last week Into the home next door to Mrs. Wade Sullivan, who owns the home, which was formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Don Smith, Sr. Mrs. Smith is now a resident of the Good Samaritan Home until she Is recovered from a heart attack. Mr. Smith is now Mng In one of the new "Champ" Martin apartments, where his wife will shortly Join him. A PARTY for junior high school students was held at the Annex Friday evening. Part of the entertainment was provided by a group known as "The Sound." Included in the group are Gary Jones, guitar, Gary Hagen, bass guitar, and Tom Ellefson, drums. Chaperones Included Mr, and Mrs, James Utt, Mr. and Mrs. Arnle Rlcklefs, Mr. and Mrs. James Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cook, Mr. and Mrs. James Hlnton, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lemkee, Mr. and Mrs Ed Gilmore, Ed Rich, Mrs. Phyllis Struthers, and Mr. and Mrs James Fitzpatrlck. MR. AND MRS. James Dodds, Julie and Scott, and their guest, foreign exchange student Sutira Soltet, 18, Thailand, spent last weekend in Des Molnes, where they attended an International Weekend at which approximately 100 countries were represented. Sutira accompanied them to the KRNT Theatre Sunday, where seven persons participated in a performance of the native dances of Thailand. The Dodds family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Allen, uncle of Mrs. Dodds and a member of the Des Moines Register and Tribune staff. Su- tira was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Walker of West Des Molnes. IN DUPLICATE bridge last week, six tables were in play and participants were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Everds. Master Point was tallied. Winners in east and west play were: first, Helen Laing and Jackie Muller; second, Helde Ferguson and Mrs. John Altaian; third, Mrs. James Geelan and Mrs. Elbert. In north and south play, In first were Clara Zender and Mrs. J. C. Everds. THERESE Bradley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bradley, who has worked with the Mexicans in the southwest and in Gaut- emala, started working in a Head- start program at Omaha Monday. DELPHIAN Society will meet next Monday at the home of Mrs. Theo Hutchison. The program will be presented by Mrs. G. W. AUCTION HavliiKdecided to go into a new bu*liii'Hx, I will hold a public uin-llon un the farm located 4<>4 mile* ttiufh of (Unrated or 4 milt* went arid I in lie nurlh of Fenton or 2 milei north and 2 mllea east and I mile north of Depew on: Tuesday, Feb. 21, 1967 Hair Time 12:30 Donna'i l.unch Wagon on ground* International Equipment 1965 IHC 806 DIESEL TRACTOR J70 HOURS, COM m.TE WITH WIDE FHONT-KND, KAST HITCH, FLUID IN TIRES KUI.L-VI8ION CAM and FRONT-END WEIGHTS. • IM7 IHC 400 (,'aa Tractor, fluid In Urea, A-l Shape • IHC 'II' Tractor, new tire* and fluid, A-IHhape • IHC 'B' Tractor, new Urea and A-l ahape • l»MIHCno.4M4-row Corn Planter, complete with faultier, InaecUcide, herbi- dde and Bo-Wheels uaed on 200 acres I IHC nr Scnl-Mountcd Trip-Hot- loan Plow, uaed only on MO acres Ittt IHC no. 47 Wheel Tandem Disk, with 18 Inch Blade* IUM IHC !«'Spring Tooth Harrow HIM IHC no. HO Combine, ITU Drive, Hunt reel and pickup 1M1 IHC Semi-mounted Mower, straight Ufovh HIX) (or Crimper 1MI IHC 2PK Corn Picker IHC ao. 4UA Quick-Tack Cultivator IHC 1MK Corn Picker, new snapping « hoakilig rolls IHCnoTI Wladrower IHC 4 bar aide Rake IHC r^idnt* Seeder IHC 3-li 7 Plow IHCIHrooiHIngleDiak OTHER EOJVMERT Stan Hoiat Running Gear with 6' * 12' Steel Box John Deere Running Gear and Flat Rack 2—John Deere no. 1040 Running Hears Noblea 5-Sectlon Drag New Idea 4-bar Rake Rubber Tire Running (Jear Steel Running Gear • 2 Flare Boxei • »2 IHC Combine "parU" (laual Auction Ternu No Property Removed Until Settled r'ur Nut Remmulblt For Accident* Other Power Equipment ItMtt ArlH-Way (irlnder-Miier with heavy duty ITO 1965 Windpower 4-row Rotary Hoe ISM Cunningham Hay Crimper 1965 New Holland 60' Hay Conveyor with motor 1%2 New Holland no. 68 Hay Baler, ITO Drive, no custom work IW2 New Holland no. 47S Spreader, 186 buHM with ITO IS6VI l.unnYtl Stalk Cutter, 4 flat V belli M-M mi. IflKH'ornSheller with drag, ITO Dm i', nu fuitont work Stan-Hoist 40' wide-type elevator, ITO Snowco Auger Wagon, geared down Stan HoUt Wide-Front Loader and Snow _ .Bucket 1950 IHC •), Ton lick-Dp, 2 new Tire* (iood Shapel HOUSEHOLD QOOIS 1965 Amuna 23' Upright Freexer, excel 1%I Maytag Ringer Waaher • Rlnae Tub Electric Stove End Table* ( 'att ee Tablw Buffet • Toy Cupboard Doll lied • Miscellaneous Ton MISCELLANEOUS 240 Gal. <;«« llarrel & stand, New Century Alr-Compreaaor, I yr, old W Stub Drag w/Glertrie Motor M-W Dual Wheela High-Speed Cultivator Shield* 'yellow' I year old. 2 Tractor liadioa Few Small Tools Other Items too numerous to mention Enwat Feddenon will consign the following: »-H«reford Cowa, Bred to Purebred Hereford and I'urebred Shorthorn Bull .f"^f l "5 rt S <>ri ! ( -? wl k. Bred to tortbrtd Hereford and I'urebred Shorthorn Bull 17 Black ft Black White-Face C«w*, bred to I'urebred Angux Hull 1 Purebred Hereford Bull, Paper* Furnished 1 Purebred Ball I Purebred Shorthorn Bull /**•«• ralllr «V« br Bangt-Tetted, Cow* will »larl itilrlmi \prll Int. Korl Crouch will Consign: W Black-Fafv Ewtm Bred to black-face bucks, to Marl lumblng March 20th AUCTIONEERS NOTt': THU no doubt will be «/;<• «/ /Ju> bigger. hrttrr miff of the win- I*T. Tractors are la tart of rendition, wUH ollur mmMnrry In neir or niar-ntu' condition. Caitlt and Shtep are of good quality. Nol /mm// minill ili-nm. «u Ac thrrr at 11:30 thorp. « - ^_ - _ — _ M ______ - _^_____ Uenaen & Clark DOUG SEIBERT, owner Lyli- llenawi * CUIr Clark. Auctioneer* Knimri Counl) Kluli-Hunk. KlngMed. Clerk StiUman, who will talk on Williamsburg, Va. MRS. J. B. Winkel entertained her bridge club last week. Guest was Mrs. Dean Kinsman, who held high score, v,-ith Mrs. Daniel Bray, second. MR. AND MRS. William Dodds, Mr. and Mrs. Murl Potter, Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Wlnkel and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mariow of Burt left Sunday for Des Molnes where they boarded a plane for a two week vacation In Hawaii. MRS. JOE Bradley, with her daughter - In - law Penney (Mrs. Joe, Jr.) and John, Tim and Teddy, and her daughter Mrs. (Mary) Dennis Waller and daughter, Melissa, attended the observance of the 81st birthday of the senior Mrs. Bradley's mother, Mrs. William Vonderhaar, at the home of another daughter, Mrs. James Grethen, at Mallard Thursday. A LARGE GROUP of Algonans attended a banquet in the Fort Des Moines at Des Moines Monday, which honored "Skin" Laird, 82. He will retire after 42 years as adjutant of the American Legion. Those attending from here included Don Murray, Bancroft, Karl Kiilsholm, Ryland Phillips, Robert Braatz, Whittemore, Kenneth Parrlsh, Lyle Anderson, Ed Farrell, Matt Streit, Hugo Johnson, William Steele, Dan Fischer, Robert Rledel, Dr. N. J. Kelley, H. M. Smith, AntoneSorensonand Frank Saiter. Over 700 were in attendance, with the featured speaker being National Commander Davis of South Dakota. Mr. Laird was presented with a number of special gifts, which included a silver cup from Hagg- Turner Post of Algona. Also, there were books, cards, letters, cash donations and a painting. A number of states were represented, and present were Gov. Harold Hughes, Mayor Witmer of Des Moines, and a number of legislators. Lone Rock Man And Minnesota Girl Are Wed Bunny Rose, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore N. Thomas, Forest .Lake, Minn., and Kermit Krueger, son of the A. A. Kruegers, Lone Rock, were married Jan. 14 at 2 p. m. in Forest Lake Grace Alliance church. Rev. Benjamin Meyer and Pastor James F. Conner performed the double ring ceremony. The bride, escorted by her father, was attended by Kitty Thomas as maid of nonor and Ton! and Jeri Thomas, bridesmaids. Attending the groom as best man was Thomas Johnson, groomsmen were Harold Thomas and David Gade. Ring bearer and flower girl were Mark Thomas and Becky Lynn Thomas. Ushers were Jonathan and Larry Thomas. Candlelighters were Tim, Danny and David Witham. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Markey were accompanied at the organ by Mrs. Peg Witham. A reception was held in the church parlors following the ceremony. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dilgard, Cindy Thomas had the guest book; Peg Witham served punch; Mrs. Carl Shannon poured; and Mrs. Evelyn Thompson cut the cake. Opening gifts were Mrs. Melvin Meyer, Mrs. Raymond Neswold, Jane and Nancy Christenson. After a wedding trip to Chicago the couple will be living at St. Paul. Both attend St. Paul Bible College. Portland Clubs Having Busy Meeting Slate PORTLAND - Portland Social Club met Feb. 9 with Elizabeth Kennedy hostess. Guests were Ruth Trunkhill, Beverly Thompson and Elgina Young. Roll Call was "Valentine Cookies for your Secret Sister" and a study of Washington and Lincoln. The next meeting will be held March 9, in the home of Hazel Larson. Portland Progress Club will meet Feb. 23 at the Cunningham Cafe in Burt, Ethel Smith and Myrtle Zwiefel hostesses. Roll Call, "A Book or Magazine I enjoyed and why". Proeram. "Heart Film". - o - Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sparks went to Traer Sunday where they attended the silver wedding anniversary open house in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Young. A card party was held In the home of Mr, and Mrs. Earl Shipler Sunday evening. Those Bint Calendar COMMUNITY EVENTS COMMUNITY EVENTS THURS., Feb. 16 - 7:30 p.m.- Band mothers meeting - hostesses are - Evelyn Mawdsley, Alleda Harms, Lavina Hanson and Darlene Herrick. 7:30 p.m. - Firemen meet at fire hall. FRL, Feb. 17 - No School Parent - Teacher conferences. MON., Feb. 20 - 6:30 p.m.- Llon's Club CHURCH CALENDAR BURT PRESBYTERIAN Rev. Bruce Calbreath - Pastor SUN., Feb. 19-9 a.m. Sunday school - 10:15 a.m. Divine worship services 3 p.m.- Sr. high youth meet. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN Rev. Arnold Vehling - Pastor THURS., Feb. 16-6 p.m. Religion class 7:30 p.m. - Lenten services. 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Regional Stewardship School at Trinity Lutheran, Algona. SUN., Feb. 19-8 a.m. Worship Services - 9 a.m.- Sunday school, p.m. Walther League workshop at Lotts Creek. BURT METHODIST CHURCH Merlin C. Davles, - Pastor WED., Feb. 15 - Cirles of the W.S.C.S. meet as announced -3:45 - Confirmation Class. 7:30 - Lenton Worship Service. - 8:15 - Evening Circle meet- Ing. SUN., Feb. 19 - 9:00 a.m. Worship Service. Sermon, "The Right to Dissent" 10:00 a.m. Sunday School. WED., Feb. 22 - FIdells Class at 2:00 p.m. - Confirmation Class at 3:45 p.m. - Lenten Service at 7:30 p.m. - Commission meet- Ings at 8:15 p.m. GOOD HOPE METHODIST Merlin C. Davis, Pastor THURS., Feb. 16 - 7:00 p.m.- Confirmation Class. - 8:00 p.m. - Lenten Service. SUN., Feb. 19 - 10:00 a.m. Sunday school - 11:00 a.m. Worship Service. Sermon "The Right to Dissent." THURS., Feb. 23 - 7:00 p.m. - Confirmation class. • 8:00 p.m. - Lenten Service, followed by meetings of the Commissions. LONE ROCK PRESBYTERIAN Rev. Albert C. Bullock, - Pastor SUN., Feb. 19 - Morning Worship - 10:00 a.m. -Sunday church school - 11:00 a.m. - Special Lenten Service - 7:30 p.m. Guest minister will be the Rev. John Reiners, Pastor of the Presbyterian Church at Lakota. THURS., Feb. 16 - U.P.W. Circle meetings as scheduled. MON., Feb. 20 - Adult Bible study - 8:00 p.m. WED., Feb. 22 - Choir rehearsal - 7:30 p.m. Valerie Miller, Titonka, Top Homemaker TITONKA - Valerie Miller, senior at Titonka High School, has been chosen Titonka High School's Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow. She attained this honor by receiving the top grade on a written test on homemaking knowledge and attitude and is now eligible to compete as a state finalist. - o - Thursday, Feb. 9 was meeting day for Immanuel Lutheran ladies' circles, Esther and Mary met at the church and Dorcas circle met at the home of Mrs. Ella Brandt. In the evening Martha circle at the Mrs. Ray Franzen home, Naomi circle at the church and Ruth circle at the home of Mrs. Lina Sonnenberg. Mrs. Ray Budlong, Mrs. Howard Sparks, Mrs. Garrit De- Waard and Mrs. Ted Hoover, Jr. attended a one-day area meeting, conducted by the American Cancer Society in Algona. Adult Farmers' classes began Monday evening, Feb. 13, at the school, with Don Davis in charge. Mrs. Martha Boyken and Mrs. Minnie Oesterreicher are spending some time in Brownsville, Texas. American Legion Auxiliary met Monday at the home of Mrs. Galena Zwlefel, with Mrs. Gertie Hike, co-hostess. attending were Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ackerman, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Walker and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hamilton. • • • 4 • • •*«**.**ti******w**^***' Cassius Clay moves to Texas cause they're the greatest, He kept asking Ernie Terrell "What' my name?" We think hell change his name from Muhammed Ali to Georgie Hamilton - an^ltojfore avoid Vietnam u.s. CHOICE BEEF ROASTS U.S. CHOICE t CHUCK STEAKS GUS GLASER SHIPPED BEEF il 001 COFFEE 2 t ROBIN HOOD or t GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 25 LETTUCE head W BANANAS I YELYEETA CHEESE KRAFT SANDWICH SPREAD COMPARE PRICES SO FRiE GIFT HOUSE STAMPS WITH EVERY $5.00 ORDER - EVERYDAY I Cardinal Store BUST, IOWA t J

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