The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 25, 1962 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 25, 1962
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I Hackbart*Angus Nuptials Karen Helen Hackbart, daughter of Mr and Mrs Arnold Hackbart, Manly, became the bride of Gerald Charles Angus, son of Mr and Mrs Gerald Angus, Sr., Bancroft, Dec. 9 at 2 p.m. in Bethlehem Lutheran church, Manly, with Rev. Hamilton performing the double ring ceremony. Toni Angus, Owatonna, Minn, was soloist, accompanied by Mrs John Sage, Manly. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a white- wool street-length dress, she carried a bouquet of red roses. Maid of honor was Nancy Hackbarth and bridesmaid was Jane Angus. Best man was Claude Whitchill and Harold Angus was groomsman. Candlelighters were Jeffrey Angus and Marvin Hack- Next U-D-M Jan. 3 The next issue of The Algona Upper Des Moines will appeal- Thursday, Jan. 3. The Upper Des Moines is a Thursday publication in 1963. Wesley 4-H Wesley Wizards 4-H boys met Dec. 12 at the home of Francis Hildman. Monte Hammon was nominated for county king, and Chris Nygaard gave a report of his trip to Chicago. Joe Skow and Francis Hildman gave talks and Mrs Hildman served lunch. Carol Loar Of Algona To Wed Titonka Man bart, flower girl was Eclie Haf- forth, ring bearer was Kenneth Hackbarth and ushers were Fred Hackbarth, Larry Harding, Darrel Schmidt and Marvin Nietfield. A reception for 225 guests was held, following the ceremony in the church parlors. The bride is a graduate of Manly high school and Hamilton Business College, Mason City, and will continue her employment in the business offices of Kilpatrick's of Omaha. Mr Angus is a graduate of the Sentral Community School of Fenton and Universal trade school, Omaha, Neb. He is employed at O'Daniel's Oldsmobile at Omaha. (UDM Engraving) WHERE WICM*e PEOPLE DOMORE BUYIN6 AND SELLING! Roads Slick As Ice Moves Into The County The weather here during the past four days was punctuated with traces of snow Friday and Saturday. The high reading was 45 degrees Wednesday, while the low was a not-bad 21 two days later. A combination of sleet and snow made roads and highways slick in the area Saturday morn ing, and cold weather was predicted on its way. The readings: H Dec. 19 45 Dec. 20 31 Dec. 21 27 Dec. 22 •.....— L 30 25 21 23 Tr. Tr. THE SURE WAY TO GET FASTEST RESULTS! Algona Oppcf DCS Molnes Classified Rates 5c Per Word, Cash Ifl Advance 7c Per Word, charged f5c Minimum Copy Deadline Monday, 4 p.m. • PHONE CY 4-3535 • UDM Want Ads Reach Over 5,500 Families Each Week I iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiioiiuiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiim FOR SALE, general WANTED - MAN OR WOMAN to supply established customers with famous Watkins products in city of Algona. No investment. Weekly earnings of $75 and up possible. Full or part time. Write Watkins Products, Inc r>- 68, Winona, Minn. (49-50-51*) WANTED — FORD REAR mount cultivator. Phone 135 or write Box 173, Fenton. 51-1* For Rent Mr and Mrs Kenneth Parrish, Algona, announce the engagement of Carol Loar lo Edward J. Mayland, son of Mr and Mrs Henry Mayland, Jr., Titonka. Miss Loar is attending beauty school at Mason City. No definite date has been set for the wedding. (UDM Engraving) Seven Speeders Pay Fines In Police Court A total of 11 fines were collected at the police station here during the past week. Persons paying fines were: William Drayton, Algona, $5 stop sign; LeRoy Schrader, Jor dan, Minn., $10, speeding; and <• Walter Rich, Algona, $10, speeding (city cases); James A. Reid, Algona, $5, expired driver's license; Martin Voigt, Burl, $10, stop sign; Charles Gollncr, Wesley, $25, transporting untagged deer; and Wayne Gabriel, Owatonna, Minn., $10, Robert L. Nagl, Carroll, $8, Thomas L. Pahl, Minneapolis, $10, Lawrence E. Doohen, Ft. Dodge, $10, and Virginia F. Long, Algona, $7, speeding FOR SALE — 35 EXTRA GOOD Black Angus steer and heifer calves. Vernon Berte, Bode. Ph. Livermore 2511. 51-1* SALE — Purebred spotted Poland China fall yearling and spring boars. Bangs tested, large, rugged individuals. — Bert Geerdes & Son, Lakota, 3Vi miles south and IVi miles east of Lakota. 49-51 FOR RENT — FOUR BEDROOM modern house, 3 mi east of Algona on blacktop. Leo McEnroe 51 Tuesday, December 25, 1962 Aigona (lo.) Upper Des Moines-7 CARD OF THANKS We wish to thnnk all nf our friends for the kind and thought [ul deeds at the time of our SOtli Anniversary celebration of our business. It was very much appreciated and will long be remem bered. Mr ami Mrs Frederick Scluillz. M CAHO OK THANKS We would like to express our thanks and appreciation for the kindness shown us during the illness and passing of our beloved mother. The Family of Mrs Bertha Bollinger. r '' FOR INCOME TAX REPORTS SEE C H. BEARDSLEY 415 E. Call St. Algona 51-2 Real Estate PUBLIC SALE FOR SALE — Poland China meat- type boars, half-brothers to champion barrows at major shows. — Maurice Erpelding, 4 N., 2 W. Wesley; Peter Erpelding and Sons, Algona. 49-1* FOR SALE — Moderately priced 3 bedroom house. Excellent location — easily financed. — Al Buchanan, Broker CY 4-3745. 50-51-1* Thilges-Altman Nuptials FOR SALE — BLACK POLAND China boars with lots of length and size. Meat type, accredited herd. John Bockes, LuVerne. 45-51* FOR SALE — Ironrite ironer with ironrite chair. — Mrs. R. B. Waller, Algona, ph. 4-3384. FOR SALE — 1 full lot and some painting equipment. — Robert (Bob) Steven, 215 W. Call, Algona, Iowa. 50-1* Card Of Thanks Merry Christmas and good wishesto everyone in every land. BROWN ^ii SHOE STORE ALGONA. IOWA The Shoe Store That Takes Care Of Your Feet FOR SALE - MEAT - TYPE Hampshire Fall yearling and Spring boars. — Joseph A. Skow, Wesley, low". 34-51* FOR SALE, — Heavyweight tarps at Lightweight Prices. See Diamonds. TFN CAUD OF THANKS I wish to thank all relatives and friends for cards and visits, also the doctors and nurses while I was a patient at St. Ann hospital. Mrs Anita Thilges. 51* FOR SALE — % registered Charbray bull, 4 yrs. old. — Otto Jagels, LuVerne. 50-51* Wanted CARD OK THANKS We wish to thank the minister, the Aux. and the Legion, Lotts Creek Ladies aid and all who extended sympathy, flowers and memorials. They were deeply appreciated. The George Rath Family. 51* WANTED — Jackrabbits & fur ojj all kinds. Licensed buyer. — ' Gordon Haase, Burt, Iowa. 50- r 'All Are Adopted All 34 of the arua families needing a little Christmas "lift" and up for the adoption this month by individuals or groups, have beui aken. Once again community tizens have responded generous- y to the need for a helping hand t Christmas. Pictured above are Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Altman, who were mar,i,d \( ', St. Peter & Paul's Catholic church in West Bend as , ';, ,i-HI in 1-ist week's Upper Des Moines. The bride is the Kr^lS'je^'Thilg^ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Thilges Vr Wist Heivl The bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. John Altman of InuHnon Tile young'couple will farm near Irvington. (Nicholson Studio foto-l'DM engraving). Season's Greetings From Your Friends At CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all relatives, friends and neighbors for the plants, cards and visits while 1 was hospitalized at St. Ann's. They were all much np: rccinted. Mrs Mary Casey. r>l FOR INCOME TAX SERVICE CALL Charles Bloom CY 4-3112, Evenings Four Couples Wed Four licenses to wed were issued t the office of County Clerk Alma 3 earson Dec. 20. They went to Carl Maahs and Susan Schultz; en J. Arndorfcr and Rita Waldschmidt; James E. Vaske and Marlene Thorland; and Richard D. Lickteig and Delorcs Klein. , . . We Regret In the obituary published last week in this newspaper following the death of Bertha Bollinger, th( name of one surviving son was un intentionally omitted. He is Emi Bollinger of Avoca, Wis. We regrc the omission. As I am discontinuing farming. I will s.-ll thr following pr.sonal nroDcrlv at Public Auction on the farm loi-alr.l 7 niilrs wosl of Elmorr. I h I" on State l.ino Roan", or 2 milrs south of Pilot (irovo slorr: or 9 milrs south of (iiK-krrn. Minn.; or fi miles north an.l 3 milrs west of Lrdyanl. Iowa on Saturday, December 29th Sale Starts At 1:00 p.m. I-'""'" WaRon On Thr Grounds 33 Head Livestock No 1 Guernsey Cow to freshen with liih calf by April 1; No. 2 Guernsey Cow to fn-shen with 4th calf, pasture bred; No 3 Guernsey Cow S frosh. 1st calf heifer; No. 4 Guernsey Cow Jo rcshcn wi h 1r 1c-ilf Inn 23 No ft Brown Swiss Cow to freshen with 4th calf Mar V No G r, n Swiss Cow to freshen with 3rd calf Jan. 1ft; No. 7 Brown Swiss Cow to freshen with 4th calf Jan H; No « Guernsey tow To f e hen with 2nd calf by sale date; No. fl Guernsey Cow to freshen with 3rd calf Dec. 14; No. 10 Brown Swiss t ow to freshen with 3d ca Jan 2ft; No. 11 Brown Swiss Cow to freshen wi h .»r.l calf; No 12 C ernsey Cow lo freshen with 3rd calf; 1-2 year old Guernsey Bull; 5 Year ing Heifers; l-Hcifcr to freshen in the spring; 3 -he.fer calves. SHEEP - 8 Fwes to lamb the middle of February. HOGS - 3 Yorkshire sows, open, approximately 150 Ibs. All tine 0)113 !\HI KIMl'Vo.l-'IPMKNT — 2-unil surge milker with stainless, seamless buckets; pipe-lino, larger than average, for 14 cows; fr-10 gal. cans; 3—8 gal. cans. » Farm Machinery TRACTORS - 1!)53 Mc-D "M" tractor, very good condition; 1042 Mc-D "H", new sleeves, pistons and rings last spring, and in A-l con- lition 1940 Mc-D "H" ready for work. COMHINE - 1-.62 McCormick Deering No C,4 Combine, with motor, new straw rack and grain pan, last year, Scour-Kleen, very good con- dlll °CORN PICKER -- McCormick Deering No. 24 mounted picker. KIKVATOK - Little Giant 3:1 ft., elevator and speed jack. MeCormick Deering No. 4-1't 4 row cultivator; McCormick D.-enng 2 row cultivator; M-Cormick Deering 7 ft. tractor mower; Allis 4 bar idT'lde v r.-U- v-i'.h PTi): Ol,v«-r :i bottom 14" plow, I icr nK •' v^'-n IT plow; MeCormiek N,,. »-H ft. wimlr.iwor; John eer platform ho,/ . McCormick I), hammer mill. PT<> driven, w,th knives r"'u,g we.-l 1 iblc. new belts an.l (lust eolle,-tor, very good r ndiii'-.n M-i ' ' •'•!,- Ward -1 wheel m-inure spreader on rubber, -n •' eoiuii'ioii ': i i'-aNcr mounts on of tractor. 1 section 'Irag deling cvene,'. Mi',,,, sou,' side rake on steel; IS ft. .1. D disc steel bearings- 2 steel wag.r^ with straight boxes: 1 barge box; 1 bale rack, -2 rubber Iire.l trailers; Horn twin cylinder manure loader; .1. IJ. (•ndi/iite seeder; Let/ burr mill. M1SCHI VM-OIS - I! ft. feed bunk; stalk cutter; '2 sets wheel weights' 2'e'lectric fencers, H volt and high line; beat I.euser; 400 bales of straw- some household goods; forks; shovels, spade,, uses, chains; .Ifi-fl endless bell; Scibrmg self-sinking oil tank healer, l! 1-arm Master electric pig brooders; steel bog feeder; J round hog feeders; . ,o-ga . lug watercrs; hog troughs and pans; Wood', r.uo-.-luek sr/.e gas hruml- er; i: brooder bou,es; Koyker corn sav.-r shiel,I -,,, gall.Mi gus ba el 10-ft steel water tank; 3 electric motors; 14 It. ladder; 14-ft. B»A I ON TRAILKR; small size oil heater with fan for trailer house; many Ls^al Auclion Trrms N«l K«'N|'onsibl,. Kor Any Acn.lents MERLE RISK, Owner Wedrl and Wagner. Auctioneers I-irst Nalional Hank. Elinor.-. ( l.-rk UNITED CENTER, INC. Truck Rolls Bancroft — Mike Schrandt su fered slight injury to his arn Thursday evening when the tie rod n the creamery truck broke. The ruck rolled over twice and land- d in the ditch just north of town n the dump road. Mike is manager of the Bancroft ;o-0p Creamery. It is our sincere wish that the 1961 Christmas Season will bring you a fM» measure of happiness. And may we also express our appreciation to you for the chances we have had to serve you in the past year. SHERIDAN COOK, Mgr. a N A , IOWA Breaks Arm Titonka — Mrs Lewis Heifner had the misfortune to fall in front of her home and break her right arm recently. HOMES FOR SALE Near new .'l-bedroom, finely finished — SAVE! SAVE! I _ Hell-kepi 3-bedroom — not high priced. 3-bcdrooni. 151B Commercial, neat economical S7.800 Clean older 4-bedroom. :JU1 E. Ken nedy $li.500 Will have one of best 5 roon and bath, one story, carpet, well built and kept, double garage, on)} 5 blocks out, for Feb. 1st. Not higl priced — ASK US. Several good residence lots — all at going prices. See Joel M. Herbst or Ted S. Herbst (Over Penney's) 51 STEVENS ESTATE FARMS SALE Before the Court at The Court House in Algona, Iowa Thursday, January 3, 1963 2:00 O'clock P.M. In order to liquidate and close the Estate of Edgar I. Stevens Deceased the undersigned Administrator will sell to the highest and best bidder the following described farm land in Kossuth Count/, Iowa: W/2 NW 1 SWU SW 30 - 96 - 27 19 - 96 27 SE' 19 _ 96 - 27 80 40 160 Two miles north of Sexton The successful bidder will enter into written contract, subject to the approval of the Court, providing among other things as follows: Possession March 1, 1963 - buyer to pay for plowing. Not less than 15'- cash on contract - balance on or before March 1, 1963. *. Contract document forms available for inspection. J. D. LOWE, ADMINISTRATOR Algonci, Iowa

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