The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 24, 1948 · Page 12
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4-Algeria Upper Oes Melfiei Tuesday; ^ 1946 William Vaudfs Of Whilfemore Wed 50 Years Whiitemote — Mr. and Mrs. William Vauclt celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Tuesday, Feb. 17, with a dinner for 40 guests and open house. Mr. and Mrs. Vaudt were married February 17, T898, at Van Meter, In. Mrs. Vaudt was Miss Marie Matlauch, a native of Austria. The Vaudls farmed in the vicinity of Van Meter. They were well acquainted with the father and grandfather of Bob Feller, who were neighbors. They came here' in 1913, when the elder Louis Vaudt and his four sons, William, August, Albert, and Herman Vaudt, bought the Lil- liebridge section one-half mile south of Whittcmore and built three homes on the three quarter sections which were not improved. (The Vatidts are the parents of four children, Arthur Vaudt, Livermore, Herman Vaudt, Minnie, Mrs. Louis Wchrspan, and Martha, Mrs. Arnold Gade of Whjttc- more. Mr. and Mrs. August Vaudt and Mrs. Anna Kneuper. Wolsey, S. D., were attendants and were present Tuesday. Others who attended the dinner and open house were Mrs. Anna Bartel and Mrs. Hannah Kneuper, Wosley, S. Dak.; Albert Armstrong, Karlham; Mrs. Norma Jansen, DeSota, Mrs. Lucille Lewis, and Mr. and Mrs. John Armstrong, Boonville; Mr. and Mrs. Lou Martin, Van Meter; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Krongberg, Mr. and Mrs. John Krongberg. Wells Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb Hanselman, Mrs. Schneider. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hanselman and family, LuVerne: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vaudt and family, Elmer Gronbach and Raymond Birdie, Livermore. Young People's Party Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Gade entertained a number of young people at their ' home Friday evening. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Meryln Wegener, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Greinert, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Greinert, Mr. and Mrs. August Vaudt Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Wiibur Roeber, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert JZumach, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Dan, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Meier, and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Espe. Five hundred was played at five table?. Wilbur Roeber and Mrs. Herbert Zumach received the high prize. Lawrence Meyer and Mrs. Merlyn Wegener, low. Mrs. Edwin Greinert received the travel prize. A luncheon was the close of the evening. At Gohten Weddiftg- . Mr. ari"d Mi's. Witts' dad<3, Mr. and Mi's. Lorenz Gade, Mt. ahd Mfs. Arnold Gade, Mrs". Herman Gade and daughter MiSta Gade, Mrs. Carl Ostwald, Mrs. Ehielie Sjiems and son Erwin and William Meyer of Whittemore, Mrs. Ida Kue'cker, Lotts Creek; Mr. and Mrs. George .Siems, Fair- villej Mr. and Mrs. Herman Haack, Fent6h; attended the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wallace of Albert Lea, Minn., last week Sunday, held in the auditorium of the Lutheran church at Myrtle, Minn. William Meyer of here was 'orte of the attendants at the wedding 50 years ago. Observed Birlhday Mrs. Lorenz Gade, accompanied by Mrs. Anna Wehrspahn, Mrs. * Herman Baas, and Mrs. Henry C. Meyer, called at the home of Mrs, Christine Hantelman Saturday afternoon and helped Mrs. Hantelman celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwith and son Lyle accompanied the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs. Ross Vaux of West Bend to Ceylon, Minn., Sunday, where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Palmer, Mrs. Palmer's mother, Mrs. Jack Jensen, from Milpitas, Calif., is visiting her daughter and is a sister of Mr. Vaux. Albert Eisele and son Joseph of Blue Earth, Minn., visited at the home of Mr. Eisele's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Eisele, who has been confined to her bed since last June. Mr. and Mrs. Clete Reding and family of St. Paul, Minn., spent the weekend here with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding. Mrs. Clara Bremmels of Fairville was a Wednesday evening dinner guest of Mrs. Dora Elbert; following the dinner Mrs. Gremmels, Mrs. Elbert and Mrs. Nell Farrell were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Priester. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meyer and family. Lotts Creek; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ollbm. Burt; Rosella Voight, Aigona; Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer, Mr. and ' Mrs.. Herman Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Espe and son Brian, were last Sunday, visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt. Aigona Travelers Have Close Gall Mr. and Mrs. James Walker, Mrs. Nettie Fisher ' and her daughter Mrs. Nora Garner, and Teena Rike, of" Burt, drove to Potsdam,' Minh.y"to yisit-Miv and- Mrs. William Bartholomew; nephew and niece-in-law of Mrs. Fisher, with whom she will remain a week or. two,, her return depending ugon the weather. At" Blue Earth the party encountered ice, at Albert Lea there was snow covered roads, and the farther they drove the more snow they saw. % and the> one way road went hrbugh" drifts much* higher than the car. Potsdam is beyond Rochester. Erf .route home, driv'' 1 irtg west they hit a slippery place oh a viaduct and the car turned about face, careening into a cable at the side, which fortunately held the car from going over a thirty foot embankment. A pdst was broken off and the car badly damaged exteriorly but received no: injury to the mech- anism; ahd w&ML., to rep?h% they nlfthdle'd to get home at three d'ddck In thfe morning. » Inspect New cefttfal Mrs. A'i £. Afto^Srty'Kfngst&l,' atoD&fja f erf,ah IhSpteeUSMl 6f the Aigona newspapers ftflide ahd plarit. Mh Attdef§6h 5«&& able to viewr tho efcliwftrtentt With > a professional 'e^e,, ffltStMSt maty years he Was puWteHl#tof the Ringsted Dispatchli- k . , >V ; A ^^^Aimm : &£m&mmi r WANT ADS BRIN&g RfiSULf £ HOOEY BLOOEY The comely housewife in 'the 'picture have can bake a swell cake and broil a beautiful steak', but' when it comes to changing oil'in 1 the •family car—no, she doesn't bat in that league. Neither would you. In fact, the simplest thing to do'is just put your 1 car in the hands of our expert mechanics for everything from oil changing to motor overhaul. Our repair work is increasing—there's a reason. R & C Frpm Legion .Hall Our Extra Care Means Longer Wear CLOSING-OUT • ) ),*.* , - » ( , ' S ' i '-V J t> ' *• rf* ' •*' ift&iJP- tJUL'fl,j.i. L^^di™*A •*>*4 I "*' * Wv*nvuy4>^tt As I inn quitting 1 funning', I will hold a closing 1 out Fnnii Sale at my fa'riii located one mile west of ; * 1*. W. camp ami 214 miles north, on ';.'•• SALE STARTS AT 1:00 l». M. Machinery, Etc. l!).'Mi Chrysler car. Chicken waterers and feeders, i-ll-in. tractor plow, used one year. Tractor cultivator, used one year. Ford Ferguson power'lift for corn planter. Iilacklia\vk corn planter. ** John Deere 10-ft. disc,, John Deere -l-section drag 1 with folding evener. "No. 10 single row John Deefe col-ii picker. 5-ft. McCormick mower John Deere {JS-ft, elevator, John Deere hoist, ])road-cast seeder. Wide-tired wagon and hov, John Deere endyate seeder, 20-iliu. Jtotary hog 1 feeder. Tools, log 1 chains, F-20 tractor. " ~ • ,2-U-in, slat bottom plow. ? ; " I f *" 1 horsepower. '2 hrooder stoves. Ford Ferg'iison tractor, used one year. Hog- troughs. * " • ' " T Hay slings. Pitch forks and shovels. "Corn cribbing Woven wire fence and barlied wire fence. Grindstone. Cream separator. Maytag motor. Almost new Fairbanks-Morse ($ h, p., 2-cylinder, water cooler engine, 1 brooder house, 8x10 ft, I hrooder house, 10x18 ft, International spreader. 44wheel trailer and box. g and oilier articles, 70 Hnshel Marion Seed Oats, cleaned,' •».) bushel Beans, Karlyana and Hiburrow, 8 Grass Steers, 3 Dairy llolstein Heifers, v 1 Ulack Hull 20 HEJfS, 1 YKAK OLD Household Goods; Ued, Dresser, Viuijty, 2 Kitchen .Tables, ('hairs and other items, TEUMS? OasU, or inafe'e arrangements with your banker before date of sale, lOWASTAT^ Mot Her is 1 si ill in/Hot Springs taking, the baths—just couldn't staii(^tnSJi'folrti'w^atir6i"Avitl< fi<i' l degrec lieat and- no hot water.; ; . ' But I Avrrite h«1 i- if'S'he',ftoulfl':crtnie'hOinfc—shnliner is just around trfe-corner antl'we-lmvo tire-fuelisihintlon well in-hand. / We have' enough' kerosene on linlul to.-raise'as 'many chicks as you did last year and-still keep the-C. S. A. Poultry Farni" ami Ed' MaahS* Hatchery at Whitteinore : 'g < oin'gV ' " , i-jtx;.: :r-.ii-. , !'. • " ' ', "• . ' *'P BRING''IN those, one nfcd'5-gal- l6n canV for>'ni%' to'' filif at' thfe station, Charleses -stliif 1 filling^-barrelft and' 1000-gVil- lon"tankk- W15^ PRT&PAR^1>' FOB THIS LAST SUMMER. You v dldn*t see'us uptown telling the public hb^','t6 ,ruii' oil* burners on big fat cigars ami hot air. t FATHER is still in/therc-pitching'affd Chas. with his^high'boots is doing th«' delivery. Henry is hdlding the baby and* the Johnson 0|1 Refilling. Co. is oVir f 1OOO NOW NOW WE MUST START FIlX the' Jin for their tractors and kero to raise the chicks, ,../-,.' , witfe g^asb- WE HAVEN'T SEEN ^NY SHQR1AGE YET, but julf: try to gasoline this summer! ' ' i ' " i WE HOPE to get the feathers on SQ we can all have a bath this-fall*-; ^ and the erfcjis in and 'out i < j ( i i 4 * » I J « i i * » PW M 9 QjF m W^BwJIpW

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