The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 25, 1965 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 25, 1965
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Algona Policeman Weds Lone Rock Girl, Feb. 7 Pictured above are Marian Ann Broesder, Algona, daughter of the Lewis Broesders, Lone Rock, and Raymond T. Gerdes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Gerdes, Buffalo Center, who were married Feb. 7 at 2 o'clock in a ceremony at the Good Hope Methodist church with Rev. Merlin Davies officiating. Mrs. Jim Voight, sister of the bride, was matron of honor, and Mrs. Boyd Shipler, Burt, was bridesmaid. Best man was Bruce Orthel, Buffalo Center, and the groomsman was Marvin Broesder. Ringbearer was Steve Voight and Julie Hagg was flower girl. Ushers were Jim Gerdes, Buffalo Center, and Jim Voight. Music was by Mrs. Jim Dodds. A reception was held in the church parlors. Mrs. Marvin Broesder had the guest book. Punch was served by Mrs. Jack Davies, and Mrs. Grace Bjustrom poured. Mrs. Raymond Walker and Mrs. Orville Holdren cut the cake. Host and hostess were the Roland Bernaus. Waitresses were Jane Walker, Phyllis Weigand, Carol Koepke and Cheryl Ostwald. Mary Broesder and Jean Huisman had charge of the gifts. They are living in Algona, where he is a member of the Algona police department. (Glenn Studio Photo) Plum Creak Elite The February meeting of the Plum Creek Elite 4-H Club was held at the home of Susan, Diane and Patrice Bode. Demonstrations were given by Beverly Miller and Patrice Bode. Talks were given by Diane Bode and Ann Wilson. Mrs. Andrew Mil- ler and Mrs. August Kirschbaum were visitors. Named Ad Manager Tom Waller, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Waller, Algona, has been appointed Advertising Manager of the 1965 Drake University yearbook, The Quax. PUBLIC AUCTION As I am quitting farming, I will hold a Public Auction on the farm located one mile west of Esthervllle, Iowa, on highway No. 9 to the Golden Sun Proving Farm, then one mile south and 1/2 mile west, on FRIDAY, FEB. 26 SALE STARTS AT 10:45 A. M. DITSWORTH LUNCH WAGON ON THE GROUNDS NOTE: We will start selling machinery promptly at 10:45 a.m. We will be on the dairy equipment at 12:00 o'clock and will start selling cows at 12:15. We think this will be better so that you can get your cows home before milking time. A good auction to attend to buy some good replacement cows or heifers. 95 HEAD DAIRY CATTLE 95 HOLSTEIN COWS, HEIFERS, STEERS AND CALVES: SWISS COWS AND HEIFERS. FARM MACHINERY - WD Allis-Chalrners tractor; two W. C. Allis-Chalmers tractors; new Horn manure loader and snow bucket; AC mounted corn picker; 4-row Case corn planter, disk openers and fert, attach.; J. D. endgate seeder; Case spring tooth harrow; New Idea 17 manure spreader; Electric 760 running gear with 15-in. rubber and new Freeman flare box; 42-ft. Little Giant elevator with 2 h. p. electric motor and speed jack and P. T. O. drive; Electric 5003 running gear with 15-in. rubber; drive-on hoist; Massey-Harris combine with motor; 10-ft. binder windrower; New Idea 4-bar side delivery rake; Case 15-ft. disk; New Idea 4-wheel spreader; Case 2-bottom 14-in. plow; Case 2-bottom 16-in. plow; flat bed; two 2-row W. D. cultivators; Case single-row picker; 4-section lever flexible drag; 4-section drag; hay loader; W. C. cultivator; 10-ft. disk. FEEDING EQUIPMENT, BUILDINGS - Two feed bunks; walk- in hog feeder; Pnde-of-the-Farm electric automatic cattle and hog waterer; two Pride-of-the-Farm waterers; hog house; hog feeders and waterers; two Doane type portable hog houses; bale elevator and 3/4 h. p. motor. DAIRY EQUIPMENT - 205-gal. Sunset bulk tank; DeLaval 3-unii milker and pipeline for 30 cows, with 1 h. p. motor; 30- gaj. hot water heater; new milk room heater; two wash tubs; strainers, pails etc. AUTO - 1937 PLYMOUTH car, low mileage (Clean) USUAL AUCTION TERMS-NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS 0. C, SUNDE, Owner Burns, Clark & Clark, Auctioneers Iowa Trust 4 Savings Bank, Estherville, Clerk Sexfonites On Invasion' Of Texas Realm SEXTON -Sexton residents a rp leaving town, Init not the nnos rumored to be going. This past week saw a mass exodus for Texas after the hip snow storm was all over. Mr. and Mrs. John Jennings accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Parsons, left for San Antonio to visit a daughter of the Parsons. They left at this time so they could attend a national rodeo being held there but don't get any ideas, John, it's too late to start a new profession. Mary McMahon made sure she got out ahead of another storm as Charles drove her to Des Moines where she took a plane to Dallas to visit at the Charles Hennigan home. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Steven were part of a group that included Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Asa and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cunningham all traveling to Texas to visit family members In the service. Rick and Craig Steven are batching on the farm while their parents are on vacation. Mrs. Vinnie would also be among the missing but was unable to go at the last minute. She had planned to acqpmpany Mr. and Mrs. Don Gal>riplson, Mr. Gabrielson's mother and Mrs. Gabriflson's parents as far as Indianapolis tn visit her sister. The Gabriolson croup went on to Florida for a var.itkm. - o Clarence Gohvit/er started work last week driving the prindor trvir.k at Wesley but the family is still here until a house can l*> found in the Wesley area. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Opheim arc making plans to leave for Sioux City and a new job in about two woeks as Alfred's replacement on the truck has arrived in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Art Alexander should have Ircen able to give our Texas travelers some good road hints as they returned last week from a month on the road in Texas and points west. They must enjoy camper living as they are here to dispose of property before taking a longer trip to the Oregon Territory. Wilford Ward is making it home weekends from Norway tn spite of the bad weather. Last week he was accompanied by Mrs. Nellie Weir of Colo who will visit here with Mrs. Ward. There should be some mighty fancy decorated ladies in this area with all the home jewelry parties the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Art Klein called at the Palmer Hurup home while driving in the Titonka area but found only Marge at home. The dire predictions that someone would slide off that icy corner at McCall's finally came (HIP. Roger Arndorfer allowed the other fellow too much room and tipped with a tnickload of shelled corn. Although he gave the little kids in the area quite a scare he wasn't hurt in the mishap. Because of icy roads Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wederquist delayed their trip to Minneapolis a week to have Jon go through the University hospital for a checkup after his surgery. It's difficult to recognize an old friend in a new car andGlenn Gabrielson in that new yellow limousine is going to take a lot of getting used to. The Sexton Friendly Club will meet this Thursday with Joan Opheim as hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mimbach took advantage of the sudden warmup and made a day of it at the Leo Mimbach home in Ren wick. Now we know what grandparents are for, to take little girls out to dinner on their tenth birthday and let them order whatever they want. In this case it was two girls as Pat and Pam Pecoy celebrated their birthday last week. John Huff accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Huff to Mason on Sunday for the baptism of the Andrew Huff's first child, a boy, named John Andrew. A call from the Max Strattons in California found the "hero" in another battle, but this time with a case of walking pneumonia. Their oldest son, Larry, is also leaving this spring for Thurtday, fed. 25, 1963 Atfftfta (lo.) Upp«r Pet Mo!ne*-7 a six month's tour of duty aboard ship to Japan and other areas in the Far East. The subject of child discipline between school and parent is certainly handled differently in some communities. Afoundhere kids would just as soon not have the folks find out about any difficulty they may have with the teacher, etc, Se$tis there ate some parents in this area who have promised the kids they will get more of the same at home if they have to be "corrected" at school. GOT A LOANS TO FARMERS Cattle loans and related financing for qualified farmers. You are invited to consult us on your needs. Our service is unequaled. Our interest rates competitive. No loan charges — simple interest for time funds actually used. (CLIP and MAIL) I plan to buy replacement cattle about Please have a (date) Representative call (date) Name , Address i GREATER IOWA LOAN CORPORATION Home Office — Ames, Iowa PROBLEM? • «. trying to decide what Idn3 and how much liability Insurance to carry. Let us fchow you the "Country Squire"—the farm owners package policy that gives you broad coverage in ONE convenient policy. CALL US FOR DETAILS R. H. Brutig, Agency Manager Algona, Iowa Phon. 295-3351 GOOD NEIGHBORS OW AROUND THE TOWN & COUNTRY Meet Julie Baas Of Algona Julie Baas, 43, who lives 11/4 miles east and a mile north of Algona, is this week's Country Neighbor. He has been on the same farm for the past 25 years and began farming on his own in 1948. At the present time, he farms 260 acres. During 'the past growing season, Julie had 90 acres of corn, 39 acres of oats, 40 acres of beans and 63 acres of pasture and hayland. He also raises cattle and hogs and calls taking care of hogs his favorite farm task. He was born Dec. 11, 1921 at Whittemore, the son of Mrs. Julius Baas, Sr., who now lives at Algona, and the late Julius Baas. Julie is chairman of the Soil Conservation District, trustee of Plum Creek township and a member of the County Swine Assn. He considers hunting, fishing and bowling his hobbies and he and his wife, Joan, are both ardent sports fans and attend all sorts of school activities here. Mrs. Baas is the former ^Joan Stephenson, daughter of Mrs. H., E. Stephenson, Algona, and the late H. E. Stephenson. She was born at LuVerne, but has lived here most of her life. She Is a member of the Legion Auxiliary and has two daughters, Phyllis and Sharon (Mrs. Arnie Meyer), both of Algona. Julie has two daughters also. They are Jo Ellen and DyAnne, both students at Algona high school. He also has a sister, Helen (Mrs. Jim Hanifan), Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Baas were married in 1961. (UDM Polaroid Photo) Upper Des Moines Publishing Co. PRINTING AT IT'S BEST - WITH QUALITY AND ECONOMY Phi 29545IS Algpna ilia-tun 10 aJOi ,snwll *>••-.<-•" gnmumirj:-'. •/>/• ••*', •• Buscher Brothers Impl. Minneapolis Molina - Kelly-Ryan - Papec New Idea Farm Machinery * Slid e Friendly * Coutltou* Alwiy* N. Main St. Phone 295-3451 Robinson Construction Company, pictured above east on U.S. 18 from Algona has successfully served this area in farm, commercial and residential construction since 1945. This building was built and designed by Bud to meet the requirements of a rapidly growing business. Robinson Construction Company, since its very beginning, has made every effort to do the best possible'in workmanship and uses only the finest quality materials. The company takes pride in cooperating with the customer to see that the finished job is what he wants and expects. The quality of materials and expert workmanship done by this company can be seen in many of*the finer homes in Algona. If you are planning to build, remodel or redecorate in me future, see Robinson Construction Company of Algona for the finest work that can be dr>ne. Here you will find friendly, efficient personnel cooperating with you in every way to see that you get no less than the best. Robinson Construction Co. Sioux Steel Building* Building Construction F«r ili«, iircngth. lona 111* uid MM of building, IniUl on — SIOUX — Another •dv»nc«m«ai In *>*Uf farming, C. E, RobloMn East on Hwy. II Phone 295-3374 Joe Bradley Equipment South Hotel Algona Truck* - Tires MaMey-Hanrli Allii-Chalmtri Oliver CMC Truck* Fir«iiont Phone 205-2421 Algon* «•*?« Ernie Williams John Deere Farm Machinery BOTH QUALITY & SERVICE __*.• . • _ »iiTuiir I - oca 'ed east of ... Algona on highway IS. Phone ;"Jj-Jjtil Algona Implement Co. Your Friendly International Harvester Dealer FAHM EQUIPMENT MOTOR TRUCKS Sales & Service G II «LJ4«IMt Phone 295-3501 ALGONA Irons Heating & Plumbing "Completely Equipped To . Serve You Completely" Plumbing Sheet M«UI Cat or Oil Unit! 8y»i«mi Complcle Thuiir liitj-oti ALGONA

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