The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 28, 1962 · Page 16
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 28, 1962
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8-Ata6fto (tfl.) Upper tte Maine* Tuesday, August 28, 1962 Geo. Johnson Burial Here On July 30 Commital services for George Henry Johnson, a longtime resi dent of Kossuth county who diec July 23, at Astoria, Oregon, were held in Algona July 30, following rites at the Methodist church here with Rev. Coughenour officiating Burial was in Riverview Cemetery. Because Mr Johnson had nof lived here for some years, complete obituary facts have ridt heretofore been printed. He was born Feb. 1, 1884, at Randall, Iowa, and when one year old came to Kossuth with his parents, Ole and Kate Johnson. He lived herti until four years ago when he went to Warrenton, Ore., when approaching blindness and ill health forced his retirement from farming in Plum Creek twp. He quit farming in 1949 but had continued to live on the farm until 1953 when he and his wife mover 1 to be near their daughters. Pallbearers were Jerry Carman, ] Ray McWhorter, Julius Baas, Roy Ringsdorf, John Kain and Andrew Miller. Mr Johnson was married Oct. 22, 1913, to Ethel Clark of Britt, who survives him, also two daughters, Mrs Marjorie Craven, Portland, Oregon, and Mrs Vera Heil, Till amook, Oregon. There are also five grandchildren, and three sisters, Mrs Emma Hager, Alden Judy Pickett Of Algona Is Graduate Nurse Judy Pickett, daughter of Mr and Mrs Russ Pickett of Algona, will graduate from the St. Francis School of Nursing in St. Mary's Jathedral at Grand Island, Neb.. Aug. 26. She has accepted the position of health nurse for the 'reshman student nurses after her graduation and will also finish her Bachelor of Science degree. la., Mrs Mary Pratt, Long Beach Cal., and Mrs Clara Tessin, Mt. Dora, Fla. For many years the Johnsons were active members of the Doan M. E. church, and other community affairs, and Mr Johnson was an honest, unassuming and respected member of the community. Arndorfers Had Family Reunion At Wesley \VVslry — An Arnclorfcr family reunion was heltl Aug. 12 at Clarence Arndnrfer farm home near St. Benedict. All nine children of John Arnclorfcr of Algona and the late Mrs Arndorfer attended aiTd helped the elder Mr Arndorfer celebrate his fttrd birthday. Thr«» who at tended were the Gordon Lochigs of Washington, D. C.. Walter I.ichterj. Algona Clarence and Arnold Arndorfers and Art Arndorfer of St. Benedict, 'lay MrKennas of San Diego. Cal., Mrs K. C. Campbell of Los Angeles, Calif., the Leonard Arndorfers ind Leo Goetz of Wesley and Pat Goetz of Boone. iprcial Meetings The congregation of the Evan- ;elical Free church and their pas- ur, Rev. P. Carl.sson hrr plan ing a series of revival i;:eeling' :)r Sept. 11-16. Rev. .Jackson Der by of Riverside church. Mpls., will Iv st, n .il<er and there will be special music. On the closing <hy the ><niiUcii Harvest Home festival will be held with a noon dinner follow ing the morning services and afternoon service. house to Town City he wil attend the University. Carol Root Julia Kunz and Sylvia Downs assisted him at the pool. U'cd 15 Years Mr and Mrs Richard Madsen observed their 15th wedding anniversary and her birthday Aug. 12 with a family dinner party in their home. Guests were their parents, Mr and Mrs Paul Madsen and Mrs Grace Lloyd of Britt, also the Merle Muhms and Russell Swansons and their families. Treats Friends Johnny Youngwirths treated 950 friends to a smorgasbord Wednesday afternoon. They were served n the lot west of Johnny's market Shower Honoree Marva Nygaard was honored a: n pro-nuptial showcf Aug. 18 In the Methodist church parlors. Janice Tegtmeyer played 2 accordion solos, Mrs Glen Gabrielson and Mrs Joe Skow gave humorous readings, Mrs George Ostercamp sang 2 solos, Mrs Richard Madsen and Mrs John Paulson gave a skit. Marva was assisted in opening her gifts by Mavis and Elizabeth Nygaard, Julie Chambers and Sheryl Wiggens. Marva became the bride of Gunter Bieber Aug. 25 in the Methodist church. The young couple will live in Washington, D. C. Mrs Oscar Monson has been hired as lay teacher at St. Joseph's parochial school. Ardith Eden, Mankato, came home Aug. 17 for 2 week vacation in the Ben Eden home. George Kemper was brought an AUCTION SALE Due to the death of my husband, I will hold a complete closing out Auction at the farm located from Renwick — 2 miles north and 2 miles west; from Corwith-9 miles south on highway 60 and 2 miles west; from LuVerne - 4 miles east and 2 miles south, ON TH Pool Closed The swimming pool closed Aug 26. Due to the cool weather, the attendance has not been good. The lifeguard, Bill Nelson with his wife and baby will move their trailer- > Co-ops are far out front in spreading ownQrslrup of American business! More and more people ara buying stock in American businesses these days. Spreading ownership in this way is a good thing. When millions of people have a vote in the affairs of a business, they help make sure that the business will be operated in the interests of the people. In a cooperative, every customer is an owner and has a voice in shaping the policies of his cooperative. Each co-op member has but one vote regardless of the number of share! he owns, and he makes good use of his voting privilege. _ Co-ops lead by a wide margin in mating business really democratic. •i : ,' "•.••.• Everyone shores I f) CO-OP BENEFITS 1953, by Ca-c* Mi. Count! NO. 18 OF A SERIES - PRESENTED BY WEST BEND ELEVATOR CO R . W . Jurgens/ CO-OP GRAIN & PRODUCT CO, Ringsted. Kenneth Patterson, Mar IRV.NGTON CO-OP ELEVATOR .... E. F. Immerfall, Mgr,' TITONKA CO-OP ELEVATOR Jack Stott , Mgr> FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR, Bode .... E. N. Ellingson, Mgr. LEDYARD CO-OP ELEVATOR Bernard Reilly, Mgr. HOBARTON CO-OP ELEVATOR, Algona . . . Ray Reid, Mgr WHITTEMORE CO-OP ELEVATOR .... Larry Twedt, Mgr. FARMERS ELEVATOR CO, Swea City R usse |, Parker/ Mgr LONE ROCK CO-OP EXCHANGE Lorenz Geitzenauer, Mgr BURT CO-OP ELEVATOR j. L Mil|er; Mgr> LuVERNE CO-OP ELEVATOR Eldon Guess, Mgr FENTON CO*OP ELEVATOR Curtis Lura, Mgr, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29 SALE WILL START AT 1:00 P.M. SHARP — Full Line of Machinery — 1—1955 DODGE CAR V-8, good condition. 1—1955 OLIVER 88 TRACTOR, wide front end, 4-row Cult. 1—Set of Chains for 88 Tractor. 1—1951 INT. Super C Tractor with wide front, wheel weights. 1—Massey Harris 7-ft. Clipper Combine, PTO Innes Pickup. 1—18-ff. J. D. Disc with 18" blades, four years old. 1—490 J. D. Corn Planter with Fertilizer attachments. 1—"H" J. D. Tractor Spreader. —Oliver 3-16" Radex Plow. —Oliver Pull Type Picker —4 sec. J. D. Flexible Harrow. —Spring Tooth Harrow. —New David Bradley hea*y~duty running gear with new Flare Box. —Binder made into windrower with good canvas. —Rubber tired Running Gear with flare box. —Rubber tired Wagon with triple box. —Rack & Steel Running Gear on rubber. —Portable Feed Bunk. —Horse Mower. —Old Chevy Car — cut down. John Deere Endgate Seeder. 1—Steel Tank. 1—300 Gallon Gas Barrel. —Electric Saws — Drills. 1—Air Compressor. ' Some wire — Several gates — Full line of small tools. Old Snow Plow for Tractor. 2—Heat Housers for Tractors. 1—Fertilizer Spreader. —Many Other Articles Too Numerous To Mention. TERMS: CASH — No Property to be removed until settled for. MRS. ELSIE OXLEY Not Responsible for Accidents Corwith State Bank, Clerk. Auctioneers — Chas. Quinn, Bancroft and Dutch Leek, Wesley AUCTION AS I HAVE DECIDED TO QUIT FARMING I WILL HOLD A COMPLETE CLOSING OUT AUCTION OF ALL MY PERSONAL PROPERTY ON THE FARM LOCATED V* MILE EAST AND 3 A MILE SOUTH OF CYLINDER, IOWA ON SAT. SEPT. 1,1962 SALE STARTS AT 1:00 P.M. MACHINERY International 300 tractor in good condition; 1951 B John Deere tractor, Motor just overhauled with starter and lights and new battery; International Hydraulic ram; International No. 76 Combine, with hydraulic lift pick-up attachment* for oats - good cond. - 1958; International 11 foot tandem disc; 16' Dunham Land Roller, 9' Spring Tooth Harrow; Four Section Drag; 32' John Deere Elevator with 8' section; Case Tractor Spreader; Six Row Mounted bprayer; Four wheeled rubber Hred trailer with steel flare box; Four wheeled rubber tired trailer with staright flare box; Four row International cultivator HM 455; John Deere Hydraulic ram; *„ m B 49 ° Corn planter with fert - "«t«h.J John Deere 214 no. 44 Plow; John Deere four bar side delivery rake; Turtle mounted grain seeder; Stan Hoist Loader to fit John De«re; Case / tt. mower with windrower attach.; 8' disc; 16 section galvanized corn drags; Four row John Deere Rotary hoe; John Deere 42' wide elevator on two rubber wheels with truck hopper; 3 H.P. electric motor speed jack and 6CM20 wire; 300 gallon gas barrel and stand; Trash drag; Hand Corn Sheller. MISCELLANEOUS - 50 Steel Fence Pp$ts; Small galvaniied P-pes; Four hole Hog Waterer; 80 gallon hog fountain; Hog Crate; nog Feeders, Oilers, Troughs; Kerosene Tank Heater; Go* Brooder Stove; Chicken Waterers and Feedrs; 2-Rpll-q-wpy 10 hole nests; • l4 H ° le ch "ken Nests; 10" x 38" Uwft Tire - Vulcanized and never been used since; Some Old Tire*; Blpw Torch and Vany u!ll ool$ ' E98 Washer «"«» 40 Bale* Strqw. HOUSEHOLD GOODS - Corpnadp Wringer type washing m«- cmne (ini good condition); Dining Room Table and Chairs; Serving I ., , (eom P |e 'e); Dressers; Bedspreads, Quilts; Sheets, Pillows, Blankets etc.; Electric Hpt Plate; Coffee T«We; flflht Corner icmie; Sewmg Machine; 2 Rocking Chain; Garden Notes; Double ' ^ Sh ° tflun; lo awo 9* * in 9 le * >flrr » I Shotgun; Pptl home Aug. 15 from St. Ann hospital, Algona, where he had been in isolation ward for 26 days for treatment of boils and diabetes. Visitors at the L. F. Wingert home recently were Mr and Mrs M. E. Franzen, Mr and Mrs Valery Franzen and Mrs Vincent Bromley, all of Jump River, Wis. Mrs J. P. Hauptman and Mrs LeRoy Ricke, president and secretary of the American Legion Auxiliary, attended a Kossuth County American Legion Auxiliary meeting at Bancroft Aug. 14. Garrigan high school and St. Joseph's school will open Sept. 4 Mr and Mrs Alfred Nelson and children of Eagle Grove visited Mr and Mrs P. C. Haynes Aug. 12. Mr and Mrs Paul Engcn, Carrie and Nadine returned Aug. 12 to Little Boy Lake, Minn, for the remainder of their vacation. They were called home Aug. 10 by the death of his mother. Muriel Studer, Audra Youngwirth and Karen Studer were Wednesday night and Thursday guests of Sandy Ackerson. Mi' and Mrs Keith Haverly and Renae of LaCrosse, Wis. were guests recently of her parents, the Ed Formaneks of Duncan and the Jim Haverlys here. Mr and Mrs George Ricke, accompanied by Mrs Phil Kohlhaas of Algona and her son, Phil Kohlhaas, Richmond, Va., spent Monday in Crcsco. On Wednesday, Mr and Mrs Ricke visited the Lee Rickes at Morgan, Minn. The Mesdames Cliff Anfinson, Lester Larson and Paul Erdman attended a hospital auxiliary meeting Aug. 13 in the Jackson home at Britt. The Francis Hauptman family of Tucson, Ariz, recently visited Otis and Hauptman relatives here. The Vincent Eisenbacher family, Mrs Charles Nelson, Ed and Joe Eisenbacher attended services at Mt. St. Francis convent in Dubuque Aug. 10 when Mary Eisenbacher was one of 2B young ladies who received their religious habit and white veil. She took the name of Sister Mary Ignatius. Mr and Mrs LeRoy Scheppmann and family of San Diego, Cal. were guests in the home of his sister, Mrs J. P. Studer and family. 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Agelrut normal road hiwrxto (except repairable punotura*) encountered In *v«ryd»» .pawanger c«r ue* for (hi nth* tpcolfled. . number of mon current at 12 and Pans. »HI !^ MS:k ,ii sual ogeti °n term*, nothing to be removed until settled for. NOT RESPONSIBLE IN CASE OF ACCIPENTS. Alvin Wollner Lloyd Berklqnd & J ay Arnold" - Au?»lon9«r» Cylinder State JOE BRADLEY FIRESTONE SOUTH OF ALGONA HOTEL pHONE cy Your FIRESTONE Wholesale and retail Dealer, OR VIKING OIL CO., Algona K RAUSE "66", Fenton CHROME SERVICE, Algona LA PPE'S DOC, Burt MURRAY OIL CO., Bancroft WAGNER DOC, Algona BUTCH'S DOC, Whittemore 6D/S 0 , X( Mggng STROUP'S DOC, Gorwitb, la, Ed < $ champlin, Algona

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