The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 27, 1962 · Page 14
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first Algona Grid Teams Made Trips To Play In Open Surreys Tuesday, November 27, Honor Miss Olsen Trudy Olsen was given a miscellaneous shower Sunday afternoon at St. Luke's Lutheran church at Fairville, with 60 present. Hostesses were Mesdames Erwin Ruhnke, Fred Frink, Leonard Pompe, Lucinda Bierstedt Bill Hannover, Hilbert Bierstedt Robert Waner, H. \V. Wehrspann, Erwin Frink, Erwin Bruhn, Henry Bruhn, Ed Bruhn, Alfred Bruhn Ed Tietz, Norman Finnestad, Delbert Geitzenauer, Kenneth Bollinger, Larry Ramus, Walter Pertl and Don Frideres. Annebelle Tietz announced the program. Mrs Larry Ramus, Mrs Don Frideres and Marilyn Hobscheidt helped open the gifts. Ine: Hannover registered the guests. Trudy Olsen will be married to Dale Hannover, Dec. 2, 2 o'clock at St. Luke's Lutheran church at Fairville. rn«, FT 1 ! *• S P , , o lg ° na h ' Rh Scho<)1 footba " S( l uad - thp te»"» of 1898- Pictured are front row left o righ Jewell Patterson, Algona, Davidson. Lee Reed, Clarence Yetter and Hal Cowan Second row eft to right, Bert Bowman, McMurray. Arthur Smith and Fred Kmg Back row, left to right, Ed Little. Floyd Taylor. Charles Nicoulin, Bob Starr and Ab Lone As far as i* known, Patterson, King and Long are the only surviving members of the team Shower Honoree A shower was held at Fairville Lutheran church for Delores Leek Nov. 18, with over 100 guests present. A program was enjoyed by all. Hostesses were Mesdames Orvile Wiener, Elmer Grienert, Robert Wegner, Hilbert Bierstedt, Ervi-j Frink, Fred Frink, Walt Peril, BUI Hanover, Rudy Hanover, Bennie Berkland, Ervin Schmeling, Art Gade, Don Erickson, Louie Wehrs- pann, Andy Hermanson, Ervin Ruhnke, Melvin Pompe and Leonard Pompe. Lunch was served. Baby Baptized Baptismal rites were held Sunday, Nov. 18. in St. Mary Catholic church at Humboldt for Jennefer Joyce, daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter Wood, former residents here. Sponsors were Mr and Mrs B. A. Hauptman, Bancroft, uncle and aunt of the infant. There are four brothers, Mike, Pat, Tony and Dennis. Mr and Mrs Harry Barton are maternal grandparents. Play Pinochle Mr and Mrs Melvin Sifert enter tained their pinochle club last Tuesday evening. High score irizes went to Everett Tripp anc Mrs Eugene Muller. Low score prizes went to Mr Muller and Mrs Ferman Hcinen. Plans were made and names for gifts drawn for the Christmas party to be held Dec 18. New Daughter Mr and Mrs Harvey Julius, Ecl- dyville, became parents of a daughter Nov. 16. The little miss weighed 7 Ibs., 1 oz. and has been named Maren Marie. Mrs Juliu is the former Edie Christiansen daughter of Mr and Mrs Mad Christiansen. Luncheon Hostesses Mrs M. P. Haggard, Mrs Fred leigel and Barbara Haggard en ertainerl at a bridge-luncheon Saturday at the Johnson House ers. Mr and Mrs Craig Loebig and son of Milwaukee, Wis. spent Nov 21 - 25 at the parental Bill Loebig home. They also visited her par ents in LuVerne and her sister Delores Brown of Annaheim, Cal. who was visiting her parents. Mr and Mrs Dave Williams and family of Rochelle, 111. spent Nov. 21 - 25 with her parents, Mr anci Mrs Bernard Schrauth and other relatives and friends. Mrs Marie Doughan was drawn for pel it jury duty in Hancock county. Jurors are to report Dec. 17. Mr and Mrs Herman Bode and heir daughter and family, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Prohaska and Kathy )f Duncan, were Nov. 18 guests of lerman's brother-in-law and sis- er, Mr and Mrs James Goody at Bancroft. The Coodys moved Nov. 1 from a farm near Burt to a home they purchased in Bancroft. The Methodists will have a bazaar and bake sale in the church Dec. 1. A noon luncheon will be served to the public. The annual American Legion Auxiliary Christmas party will be served at 7 p.m. A 50 cent gift exchange will be held and each member will bring a gift to be sent to Woodward. Swea & Eagle •« Bert Bowman. Har.ey org H <mgr.). Bob Starr and Ken riarkc Sur ^v'ine m^mhl L ° n g- Claude Nicoulin 'coach), Prof. Steffin Carr and Bradley. MJmvmg members of this squad are Hutchins, Long, King, •- -—- ^- w- ui Ul V HI TITONKA By Mrs. Mary Schroeder The I hi Sunday evening in Fellowship hall Titonka Methodist church. After a meal, the program consisted of devotions by Mr and Mrs Wilbur Sexton. Rev. Kildal led the program discussion. Thanksgiving services were held > '" Immanuel Lutheran church. ,n,up met • .Nov. 21. Titonka Methodist and Soft And Huggable TALKING I TALK - I SAY 10 DIFFERENT PHRASES !' Doan both had services Thanksgiving evening, with early service at Titonka and 8:20 p.m. at Doan. Good Hope Lutheran church had their Thanksgiving service Thursday morning. The Lake Poltons are moving to Algona this week. They have been residents of Titonka for several years. Joan Dietrich spent Thanksgiving and until Sunday evening at the home of her parents, the Art Dietrichs. She is employed in Omaha, Neb. Mrs Louise Mechler is visiting a fortnight with her uncle and aunt the W Harrises in Wetaskiwin, Al ber'.a, Canada. Mr and Mrs Win. J. Anderson of St. Louis Park, Minn, were Thanksgiving guests at the home of his sister, Mrs Leland Schroeder and mother, Mrs Tanna Anderson. Mrs Margaret Harms, who formerly resided on a farm north uf Titonka, has moved into her new home in town, which she had nuilt this summer. 'I he Russel Fisher family has moved to Titonka from Beatrice, Neb. They are living in the Arthur Bartlett house. Mr and Mrs Wm. Amesbury had their infant daughter, Shelly Ann baptized Sunday. A family dinner was held at the Amesbury home that day. Mr and Mrs R. Goldthorpe and son of Millageville, 111. were guests for the weekend at the home of their daughter, the Dan Oberholtzers. Gerald McGuire (Jerry) is home on leave over Thanksgiving. He is in the navy and stationed at San Diego, Cal. Mr and Mrs Ed Kollasch and sons were Sunday callers at the Elmer Bailey home. The Jim Brock family of Ringsted and the Ken Kollasches were Sunday visitors at the Johnie Tobin home. Mrs Albert Anderson, Danny, Jennifer and Jerry were Sunday callers at the William Tobin home. The Percey McDowells of Fort Dodge came Sunday to the Warren Brones for pheasant hunting --Mr-and Mrs Clifford Beadle anc family and Mr and Mrs Vern Mortensen and family of Hutchinsen Minn, surprised the ladies' parents, the August Robisons Saturday evening to celebrate their 32nd wedding anniversary. Mrs Walter 0'Green and Brian were Saturday dinner guests at :he home of her parents, the Glen Morrows at Fox Lake. Brian stayed there overnight with his grand- )arents. Mr and Mrs Martin Geerde and Mr and Mrs Robert Geerde: and Mark were Saturday and Sun day overnight guests at the norm of the senior Geerdes' daughter and family, the Wendell Troffs a ">t. Paul, Minn. Saturday evening supper guest: at the Darrel Newlin home were .Mr and Mrs Fred C. Newlin and Pauline and Mr and Mrs Denni; Newlin and family. The occasion noted the birthdays of Mr and Mrs Fred Newlin and Dennis. Mrs William Gies Jr. returned last Wednesday from St. Barnabas hospital, Minneapolis, where she- had been a surgery patient. Sunday afternoon at the Joe Preston home were Mr and Mrs Kenneth Anderson and family and Mr and Mrs Marvin Boever and family, all of Estherville, Mr and Mrs Maynard Jensen, Mrs Roger Linde and Mr and Mrs Tom Preston and family. A pre-Thanksgiving dinner was held Sunday at the home of Mrs E. G. Larson. Attending were Mr and Mrs Gary Larson and daughter, Cedar Falls, Mr and Mrs Ronald Johnson and Sharon, Mr and Mrs Clyde Larson and Mr and Mrs Art W. Larson and family. FILING CABINETS, 2, 3, 4 drawer, also combination filing-storage cabinets in variety of sizes. Office Supply Dept., Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. SHEAFFERS PEN FOR MEN New, man-ttyled heft I Massive capacity. Fills Sheallar's exclusive Snorktt Pen way. Loss-prool clip. Writes at a man's pen should I Point Is hand- ground, Inlaid so It can lake man-sized pressure. Sets with matching pencils Irom $14.95.PFMpens Irom... _ 10 Write* like a dream I A real fountain pen, with wrap-around point In choice of writing styles. Refills like a lipstick-' cleanly, quickly with drop-In cartridges oi > Skrlp wrltlno fluid. / Sets with matching" if • .-» pencils from $14.95. «t>|fl Lady Sheaffer pens M\J Irom... m^f "ALGONA'S LEADING JEWELERS" WILTGEN JEWELERS 110 EAST STATE ALGONA, IOWA Phone CY 4-3535 — Your Newspaper AUCTION To settle estate the following property will be sold at auction on Tuesday, December 4, 1962 SALE STARTS AT 1:00 P.M. SHARP CHURCH CIRCLE SERVING LUNCH LOCATION - 6 miles E f „ Highway 16, 1 mile South, and 1 mile East-or 3 miles North of Frost on blacktop then 1 mile West. 1959 Keewanee No. 500 40-foo. grain elevator with PTO drive Case "A-6" combine complete with motor and Hume reel Mr and Mrs Kenneth Roney and Mrs Hazel Sabin of Irvington were Sunday evening visitors at the August Robison home. Mr and Mrs Don Lloyd and fam- ly of St. Louis, Mo., came Sat- irday to spend a week at the lome of her sister and family, the Carl Schaubergers and to visit with relatives at Ledyard. Mrs Alice Garry, mother of the ladies, who has been at the Don Lloyd ome for the past several weeks, eturned with them for an extended stay at the Schaubergers. Mr and Mrs Carl Schauberger attended funeral services at Mankato last Thursday for Russell Christensen. Approximately 12,100 students are attending classes in the 60 major and 31 minor permanent buildings at The State University of Iowa in Iowa City. The campus covers more than 1,300 acres Modern agriculture is so efficient that we now feed and clothe our entire population with only o.o of our workers on farms Mr and Mrs Kenneth Hoss and Lenny Hoss, all of LeMars, were weekend guests at the home of Mrs Hoss' parents, the Leo Guerdets Sunday dinner guests in addition to the afore mentioned, were the Douglas Guerdet family Afternoon callers were Mr and Mrs Daryl Wells and daughter of Fairmont and Mr and Mrs Alber Lowenberg of Armstrong. Mr and Mrs Gene Thompson were Sunday evening guests at the Eldon Heidecker home. Mrs Frank Waid and children of Cresco were house guests at the home of her sister and family the Glen Clarks. Betty Clark of Grundy Center and Maxine Clark of Wells, Minn, visited at the parental Glen Clark home over the weekend Mr and Mrs Paul Isenberger of Stanley, Wis. were guests at the home of his sister, the NeLs God- fredsons Wednesday to Saturday The Paul Isenbergers of Stanley Wis. and Mrs Nels Godfredson were Friday callers at the Mervin Johnson home. Mr and Mrs Warren DeWald, Garry and Connie of Sioux City' were Saturday guests at the Everett Johaason home. Sunday hunters at the Nels and Ed Godfredson homes were the r^TTu 1 *," 8 ' Ro ,^ er Foxes a "d David Hankuis, all of Algona and the^Cecil Godfredsons of Hum ^ • • W •^^^^^^^F^^^^^S^W^P^^ WESLEY By Mrs. Viola Studer 4 - TRACTORS - 1958 "D-14' Allis Chalmers tractor, fully equipped. This tractor in excellent condition. 950 "WD" Allis Chalmers tractor with new rear tires—very clean. "C" Allis Chalmers tractor. CockshuH "30" tractor. A 6 pound, ll'-i ounce baby bo> was born to Mr and Mrs Darrel Green at St. Ann hospital Nov. 18 Mrs Grace Martin, who has spent some months with Mrs Chloie Simpson, left Nov. 20 to spend the winter with her cousin, Mrs Mary Koffman, Ottumwa. Wesley Homemakers met at the Joe Goetz home Nov. 19. Mrs Luther Nygaard was assistant hostess. Mrs Charles Nygaard gave :he lesson. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hirner and Mr and Mrs Ben Benhoop of Palmyra, Mo. visited Lawrence's Drother, George Hirner and family several days last week. They also visited Mrs Alice Hirner and 'amily at St. Benedict. Thanksgiving day guests in the parental R. C. Bauer home were he George Wellicks of Britt, the Walter Pfeffers and the Bill Bau- Oliver 2 bottom 16 inch plow with throwaway lays J. D. 15-ft. disk David Bradley 3 bottom 14 inch plow New Idea 4 bar side delivery trac. rake Minnesota 4-wheel manure spreader Allis Chalmers manure loader with snow bucket New Idea trae. mower with 7-ft. bar Stahmer 10-ft. fertilizer spreader 2-4-wheel trailers with flare boxes MACH INERY BUILDING - 10x14 round roo brooder house MILKING EQUIPMENT - Surgu pump cwdl pipeline for 10 cows with 2 Surge buckets Surge hot water heater TOOLS - 20th Century Electric Welder, Acetelyne Welder with curling torch complete with cart, 1-2 in. electric drill, Skil saw Chain saw, Electric post drill, Jig saw, Electric motor and cords, Portable air compressor, Table saw, Trouble lights, Complete set of plumbing tools, Set of carpenter tools, Many other good tools too numerous to mention. NOTE - If you are looking for some good, clean useable tools of all kinds be sure to attend this auction. Remember we start at 1:00 p.m. sharp. 4-wheel running gear and bale rack Weed sprayer and pump Lindsay 4-section drag PLANTER & PICKER - 1958 IHC No. '450 4-row Corn Planter with liquid fertilizer attachs. & rubber pak wheels 1958 New Idea No. 20 mounted 2-row corn picker, bracket for "WD" tractor "hampion rotary hoe Case 9-ft. swather Overhead hoist Endgate seeder MISCELLANEOUS - Clipper fanning mill; 2 tractor hydraulic cylinders; Heat houser for "D-14" tractor; 2 sets of tractor chains 11x38 & 12x28; 8 rollaway nests; Brooder stove; Chicken feeders and water- ers; Heat Houser for Cockshurt Tractor. USUAL AUCTION TERMS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS Otis Sabin Estate Sarah Sabin, Administrator WAYNE WAGNER and HERMAN WEDEL, Auctioneers BLUE EARTH STATE BANK, Clerk QUESTION - WHERE CAN I BUY AT DISCOUNT PRICES? THOMPSON'S 1009 N. MAIN CY 4-2644 ALGONA BUYING AND DISCOUNT PRICING BRING YOU EXTRA SAVINGS • FREE PARKING • LARGE SELECTIONS QUALITY MERCHANDISE EASY CREDIT TERMS

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