The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 27, 1948 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 27, 1948
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| r gfr'-rmm, , i, ' '•• - -^- f,.,n ^^^ ....... ....• ..........a ./ , -, . . , . , . l^lP^- , ^^, , , . < , ^^ _ , jiT , littf eme Polk Wed 25 Years jf-UlfV :-^\ ' • '' dw. Pergtindes '»»i'J ' •. .i*** ,'j.V ,. A few 1 neighbors Of Mf>;a*rid^Mrg. .Edward Pergande fathered at their farm ' home sttrfday evening to help them observe, thcif silver wedding anni' ,„ itersarV* They were niarrled, Vt| .hbvfevtV, on January I 1 ?, 1933. s The evening was spent playing 6.00/ With high score -Edwin Han- r ~ selman ahd low score the Rev. L. Wittenberg. The party was Ipldntied by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond * eh ^ettigrew of Algona, who serVsd •* refreshments., ^Attending were the Rev. ( _. .. ... . ana _,, Wittenberg, Mr. and'Mrs, David'Huffj Sons Harry and Hcr- ( k } beft, ^r. and Mrs. Edwin Hani selhian^and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pergande, all of LuVerne; Mr.iand, Mrs. Raymond Petti- J son Paul Edward ol Igtew"- and ''Algona. Church Classes Meet, , T. At the church rooms of the ^Evangelical '' 'United Brethren church of 'vLu Verne, . Monday evening, the' Comrade class of the local church'and the, Build r ers class of the Renwick Church held a'joint, meeting, ^MiC and Mrsi Andrew Marty of the Lu- Verne ,'church and Laura Maxiric Scheiner' bf the Renwick church were hostesses. The devotions .'"Were led by George Mills of.Ren- wick., ,The Rev. and Mrs. H.,L. (,1k 1 Sunderman, pastor, of the Renwick church and Mrs. John Zim- «j , merman, the teacher of the ' |f ', Builders class, were among the j| visiting guests present. The so- \jf v cial hour was in charge of Mrs. E Walter Hefti and Esther Merkle. i Evening Star Circle' ;. The Evening Star Circle of the f Woman's Society of Christian i Service of the Methodist church *will hold their evening meeting * Wednesday, Jan. 29, at thp home of Mrs. Merlin Cody. -Devotions |" will be led by Mrs. Nicholas ! Wolf and the 'lesson given, by THE FIRST HATCH « .OFF, FEB. 18 , IMeqly Hatchery ' ' Mf's,' Kay Agafd. This circle was Recently organised fbr the youn'g .women of the ahUrch, ,with small children. ' , Mrs, Bracd Hosiers ,, x .'The Circle 1 of the Woman's Society of Christian Servlde of thg-Methodist church Met at/the rural home of Mrs. Gerald Brace Wednesday, Jan. 21. - Mrs, John Voss Sr., was the assistant hds't- css, The devotions were led 'by Mrs. ' Ralph Davidson and the lesfion was given by Mrs, Guy Giddings. At the business meeting Plans Were completed for the lunch the ladies will serve at the Edward Hof farm sale Wednesday, Jan. ^28. Mrs. Phil Hendcr- soM, supply secretary of the cir* cle, reported purchase of materials for sewing a layette fbr the Helping Hand Mission at Sioux City, Presbyterian Society * The Ladies' Society of the Presbyterian church met at' the rural home of Mrs. Curtis Morean, . Wednesday, January 21. There was a very good attend- once. At the business meeting the jnew president, Emma Krause presided and much busi- nfess was taken care of. The ladies also decided to have a mystery sister for *the year '. again. When the rnystory sister /receives a gift she will deposit 25c and thus a fund will be built. Mrs. Wesley Cleveland of Corwith was a jgucst. The next meeting wiU be held at the city hall on Wednesday, February 4, with Emma Krausp as hostess. Gu°sis Entertained Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Noble and daughter Joan of Ricevillc and niece Virsinia Vinson of Los Angeles, Calif., attended the band concert ' Wednesday evening. ' Their son Weston Noble is the director of LuVerne high school band, The visiting guests, Weston Noble and Frances Anders were Wednesday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Tiss. The Nobles scent the night, at .the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Robert Phillips and were Thursday 'mqrning breakfast guests at the' home of Mrs. Martha Schneider,- where their son lives. Thursday Club Met "-The-Thursday club held a fare 7 well party at the town hall .Thursday 'evening, January 22, v with. 31 ,in. attendance., The V > 'V'l <? i.i^tLtS-if/r " -'^ "" jjij^. ''T J ?&*"* "^ v , fl it i.. ..J ..•!.! • .Ji»*«"'"« IT»»IBI'-I i .'• ..ji^rn^Ut *••>.••'.:•>• M m. i •» H " ored guests, Mr. and Mrs, Gco. Yoehian and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Randall and their families, who are moving this spring. The evening was spent playing 506. High score, for men, Wesley Cleveland and low, Henry Clak- en. High for women was Mrs. R. L. Housewirth; low, Mrs, Bert Ramus. The hondrcd guests were presented with gifts. Lunch was served. Has Ear Surgery Mrs. Harold Nielsen filtered the Molry hospital in Mason City Sunday. On Monday she underwent sUrgery on an ear. Then, Thursday, she underwent anbth- er major operation. ^Reports are that she is doing satisfactorily, Cares for 111 Mother Mrs. Arthur Miller spent two days the p|ist week, in Eagle Grove at the home of her sister, Mrs. Lavonne Way, helping care for the ladies' mother, Mrs, Marthat Thompson, who was ill." Mr. and Mrs, Joe Kouba' of Corwith were Wednesday even*' ing dinner guests at the ho'me of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Will arid family, 1 Mr, and Mrs, Gordon Miller ahd daughter are visiting at the home of Mr. Miller's uncles, the Alex and George Miller and families'. Gordon Miller is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Miller of Cambridge, Minn., arid he has just returned from three years oVerseas service. While in Europe he married an Austrian girl and their daughter was born in Austria. ' >Mr. and Mrs. Sander Ass'ing and Shirley Will drove io Rockwell Cfty Thursday evening. The occasion was the birthday of Mrs. Assing's mother. Mr. and Mrs. James Michael of New Kirk,' Okla., Mr. and Mrs. Otis Louchs and Harry Louchs of Perry were recent' gUests -at the home of .Mr. and, Mrs. Ralph Consoer. - • Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ljchly, Mr. and .Mrs. Harold Lichty, were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Barr, Wesley. l Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Codvhave soent several days recently in Minneapolis on ^buying trip for their general store here. Mr. and Mrs. Geo^Tiede,, Fairmont, Minn., and " Mrs. Tiede's daughter Jean Mdshe? ,of Ce'dar Rdplds were rece?Ht visitors at tnf Home of Mrs. Tiede's brothef and sister-in-law Mr. ahd Mrs. Law* I'oncc Miller. Mrs. Albert Hefti returned Monday from her trip.'to, flasher, N. D., where'she spent two weeks visiting her aunt Mfs[ El-> sic Stoddard. ', r Mrs. Earl Nelson has 'returned from Ames, where she spent a Week with her ^ son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Nelson ahd family* . • , ' Mrs. LarencQ Muschamp and children Jimmic and Janie have concluded a week's visit with her father M. L. Barton "and re-* turned to her home in Minneapolis. Mr. Muschamp came down to accompany h,is family to their home. ' ,,, Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson entertained ^Mr. and Mrs. How- MoViday evening. p lt was a farewell courtesy as Mr. and Mrs. Clark are moving to Austin, Minn. Mrs. Harry Christcnsen and daughter Pauline; of Mason City Visited at the home of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mr$, Clifford Holrries. Mr. Chris- tiehsen has gone to Denmark'to Visit his parents. D,oHs Gronbach, attending college in Fort Dodge attended the LuVerne high school band concert Wednesday evening. Word has been received of the "marriage of 'Helen Vessel and Judd Burner at Lemon Qokc,, Calif., Monday, December 1. Helen lived with her aunt Mrs. Emily Guy of LuVcrne when a girl and attended school here. Gale Stoddard, "son of Mrs. Marie Stoddard, left Thursday •fa It is estimated that^on an average day in the - United States four million people are actually disabled by illness, and countless others are afflicted with minor ailments. Not only is the economic loss incalculable, but the effect on the spirit of the nation is a factor to be . reckoned. What can we do to better this situation? Certainly, at a very minimum, you can care for your own health and the health of your family. In the end, most problems are resolved in the individual's sense of personal responsibility. Observe common health rules^ Consult your physician in . case of illness. If medication is needed, have your pre- scription compounded by. pur^expert prescriptionists^ for Traer, la., where h6 will -be employed, Mr, and Mi's. Harold Johnson and family of Bode were Monday guests in the home of Mrs, Johnson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George 'Frarttz, Mr. ahd Mrs. Elmer Emery of Fort Dodge speht Wednesday visiting "Mrs. Emery's mother Mrs. Helena Stripling. Mr. and Mrs. Emery arc leaving for a vacation of two months in Texas. Charles Stripling has concluded his stay here with relatives and has gone to Fairmont, Minn., where he will spend sdme time at the homes of his daughters Mrs. Leo Rosenberg and Mrs. Louie Werner. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyer and Mrs, Raymond Meyer - spent Tuesday in Fort frodgo visiting Mrs. Raymond Meyer's son Rob- ert, who is recovering from an operation in a hospital there. Carl iSwanson went to Iowa City Thursday for a checkup at the University hospital there, Ho made the trip by plane, flying from the airport in Algona, Mr, and Mrs. Carl Pergandc announce the birth of a daughter to their son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. /Ernest Pergande of Rcnwick at a nursing home in Eagle Grove, Sunday, Jan. 18. The baby, who weighed 10 Ibs., has received the name of Vivian Jean. This is the first grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pergande. Mrs. Ernest Pergande was the former Barbara Johnson, daugh- fcr of Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Johnson of Renwick, Gloria Cody, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Cody, spent a few days at the Ernest Enoykson ,horne nedr jMcKni&Ki. OMJ While her parents $erf oh*% ing trip in Minneapolis. " Mr. and Mrs 1 . Hugh "" Humboldt, Mr< and .._ Westfall of Storrn L&ke.,wrr anc Mrs. Sydney Wcslfafl a.n'd 66'ti 6: Humboldt werc'roceh't'glres'tB Jr •the home of Mr. and Mrdj, ft&ber 1 Travis of LuVcrne. SfififlrH Tfa'* vis returned home with' them fof a ten-day vfeit. :' " Best Friend u . < A pot dotf possibly sftved the '^ life of Bruce Lybarg'or, Osagc^ ffarmer, whc-n Mr. Lybarger WS3 ' I attacked by n bull in his barfr* . yard last week. The bun oUafckca »,» without warning, knocking \ hie, ,• owner down and mauling him.''A '-' son-in-law rtuidkly whistled! i<J^','ii the dog, which drove -the 'animal K, PHONE ALGONA, IOWA This is the machinery we have listed to date.'.If you have ( any machinery to sell bring it in anytime. 'If you need - • any machinery be sure and don't miss this sale. "THURSDAY, JANUARY. 29 ,/''', « Sale Starts 10;30 A. M. TRACTORS ; 1944 Model H. John Deere" tractor, complete with rubber .' tires, starter, lights "and cultivator;* Oliver Hart-Parr. Bow- Crop Tracior; Farmall H. Tre-?tor, complete with good rub, ' ; ber tires and a'new never been used 238-.cultivator; Min*" 'r neapolis-Moline model Z complete with r.ubber tires and ,,- cultivator; 2 Minneapolis-Moline model R'complete with* ;' rubber tires and cultivator, also feh'dqrs, ~plalform\exte'n- sion, starter, lights and hydraulic Jifi;'*John, Deere Model A >:' tompletely overhauled, new paint ij'ob.gjilreamline, starter, ''"' -Ughis, cultivator; Farmall F-30 completely overhauled with good, rubber tires; Allis-ChalmcIsv'jWG^ip-^A-l', condition.' ,,; New paint, overhauled, rubberMike*new; u cultivator, power '. , lift, and pqwer takeoff; F-12 tractor complete .with rubber ".tires and cultivator; Farmall regular, complete with rubber tires'and in good condition; 1947 Model-'M. Farmall. r • .PLANTERS ' New Joh'n Deere 490' tractor planter wiih'fertilizer. attachment never used; John Deere 490 like new has planted s ' only 80 acres, it has rubber tires and fertilizer attachments; 1 New 4>row McCormick-Deeving corn planter complete with ; • stakes, wire and fertilizer attachment; 3 John Deere 290 2-row planters complete with fertilizer attachment, wires ^ . and stakes; Mounted 2-row McCormick-Deering planter 'to lit H tracibr; 2 used >2-row mounted'McCormickiDeQr\ng planters; John Deere 999 corn planter with tractor hitch; , ' McCormick'Deering horse planter, 1 year old; McCormick- Deering planter wlih tongue trucks. •. *C,O M B I N E S '' 12'ft, Minneapblis-'MoHne combiner 5-ft, Minneapolis c,onv . bine; Allis-Chalmers No, 60 combine; also 4 combines available not at the'sale ?*e as follows; McCormlck-Deering 12.ft, self propelled modeM?3-SP and windrower (new)r , " NEW McCormick»Pe.erjng model 62, '6-ft, combine -- J * 'motor; 2 used'.very little l-yeanold Massey Harris \ propelled combines 7'{t.' ', - > , New McCoimick'Pee'ina ,12-in, trac^pr, 1 plow on '.John Deere 2-bo.tfonV 14-in, tractor''plow? Mc( ••• 'Peerjng. 2-bpWopj I8«jn. traptor plow on'rubber; n mick'Deering 2-botfom, H-in tractor plov/ w|th ' " • 'f m T • ' • 1 Vh. A !__«! 1 ** 9 A T ' 1 t r Jphn Oeere, 2«bojtom I4.»n4ractor »low;«Case J6«»n. s .< .f'i ,,'%.,., HAY .;B Q UIP M E NT ' __ . Valentme time is sweetheart, ~ time arid whether she's your Mother o be thrilled i , y jewelry . Such striking design and genvjike beauty! Yes, it's an ELGIN-AMERICAN COMPACT,—they're lovelier than ever—the perfect Valentine gift. See the newly created models, now on display at Lusby pud Giossi. ' $3,50 to $30 Bargains! Bargains! ) I-'Z Pi- -'r/' 1 ! NEW Horn Sno-tfucKefs, ' • .15 Ft., Wide Type Tracfo/Disc . IHC All-Ciirppse'Trailer on Robber ! No. 273 Fertilizer AHachm'ent^for a 4-row Flexible Lever Type Peg Harrow Sections International- Planter " .-, No. 6 IHC.Hammer Mill ' ' No; 10-C Hammer Mill with Traveling Stainless Steel Cream Separator , Feed Table ,' USED l-216'No.'8 L. G. Tractor Plow > 1941 Pontiac "8" Sedan Coupe No.'4 S Stainless Steel Cream Separator with Electric'Motor . ' 1 Sargent Hydraulic Loader to Fit H or M Farmall , Regular Price $282.75 Sale Price $195.00 1 Hi-Lo Hydraulic Single Cylinder Loader Farmall H or M < List Price $265.00 Sacrifice at $165.00 I Salsbury 6 H. P. Gasoline Engine with automatic clutch, weight 5,6 pounds. List Price $205.00 Our Price $165.00 1 Glinco Wagon Hoist List Price $138.50 Close Out Price $110.00 Be?An .«>'tsft " .'vf*-'* 8 '"'"^ ~tfyp -ti pj plow? John 'ot plow? 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