The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 23, 1965 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 23, 1965
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Craig Smith Is New Garrigan Parents Head Garrigan high school Parent's Club held its first meeting of the school year at the auditorium Sept. 15 at 8 p. m. Members of the steering committee selected for this school year are Craig Smith, John Forbes, Algona; Mrs. Dennis Lickteig, Joseph Grandgenett,St. Benedict; Joe Becker, Eugene Thul, St. Joseph; John Muehe, G, M, Studer, Wesley; Ervin Schuller and Robert Detrick, Whittemore. Newly-appointed officers of the steering committee are: Craig Smith, president; Ervin Schuller, vice-president; Mrs. Dennis Lickteig, secretary-treasurer. Faculty members of Garrigan were introduced at the meeting. The seniors, juniors and sophomores of this school year who were members of the Gold and Silver Honor Rolls during the 1964-65 school year were given recognition for having achieved scholastic excellence. Father Cecil Friedmann, Supt., outlined in his talk the purposes of the school's academic program. A former faculty member, Father Donald Ries, now teaching at St. Bernard's high school, Breda, returned and was honored for his six years of teaching at Garrigan. Father Ries was presented with a farewell gift by Ervin Schuller. Also, because it was an occasion of farewell for Father Edward Mason, tribute was given to him for his teaching at Garrigan. Father Mason, who was appointed to the school's faculty in 1964, was recently assigned pastor of Assumption Church, Merrill, St. Joseph's, Ellendale, and to the faculty of Gehlen high school, LeMars. The varsity chorus sang a number of musical selections. Refreshments were served in the school cafeteria after the meeting. SWEA-EAGLE I .By Mrs., Kenneth Brones I liiiiiuiiiuiuiuuiiiiiiiiuuluiuiiuuiiiiiiiuiiiiiiniiiiiniiiiiiiiil Sunday supper guests at the Albert Anderson home for the birthday of Jennifer were Mr. and Mrs. Dwane Campbell, Janet and Kay, Mr. and Mrs. Johnie Tobin, Marcia and Michael, Mr. and Mrs. William Tobin, Mrs. Kenneth Brones. and Mr. and Mrs. Art Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Schubert, Jeffrey and Susan of Minneapolis were Sunday dinner guests at the Laurel Peterson home. The Ditsworths were overnight guests last Friday at the home of the Larry Smiths at Louisville, Neb. At the Truman Johnson home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Bromley, Fairmont, and Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Johnson, Fenton. Picnic dinner guests Sunday at the Everett Rippentrop home were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tapper and Mr. and Mrs. Don Tapper and family, Buffalo Center, Mr. and Mrs. Harm Huisinga and family and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brandt, Titonka, 0. J. Rippentrop and .Joe, Lakota, and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Henriksen and family, Ringsted. The occasion was the ..birthday of the Rippentrop's son, Dwayne. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sullivan took Shirley to Sioux City Sunday where she is starting her freshman year at Briar Cliff college. Mr, and Mrs. John Kelly and family were Sunday callers at the home of Mrs. Joe Preston and the Jim Prestons were even- visitors, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Erickson -became grandparents again August 28 and Sept. 7, when the Duane Ericksons and the Howard Ericksons became the parents of sons, The Duane Ericksons son, Jon Duane, was born on Aug. 28 at the Trimont hospital and is the third son. Scott and Mark are the other children, Mr, and Mrs. Howard Erickson became the parents of Paul Gordon, Sept, 1 at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. Adolph Mortenson is the other grandparent, Mr. and Mrs, Wendell Ditsworth, Steve and Deanne spent nine days sight-seeing, with their destination Cherokee Village, Arkansas, Kim stayed at the home of Mrs. Ditsworth's sister, Mrs. Larry Smith at Louisville, Neb, The pitsworths visited a cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Gilford Duncan, Kansas City, MO. B. & P. Women To Convention The Fall District Four meeting of the Iowa Federation of Business and Professional Women's clubs will be held at the high school in Grundy Center on Sunday , Sept. 26. Representatives will be present from the Business and Proffessional Women's Clubs in Algona, Charles City, Eagle Grove, Eldo ra, Fort Dodge, Hampton, Humboldt, Iowa Falls, Mason City, New Hampton, Shell Rock, Webster City, and Grundy Center. Presiding at the meeting will be Mrs. Pat Langerman of Eldora. A new director for District Four will be chosen at this meeting since Mrs. Langerman has recently moved to Des Moines. Highlights of the National and International Convention held in July in Washington, D.C. will be given by Alline Staveley of Charles City. Geo. Bruellmans Of West Bend Wed 40 Years Mr. and Mrs. George Bruellman of West Bend celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary Sept. 10, 1965 with open house Sunday, Sept. 12 at their home. They had supper at Van's Cafe in Algona on Saturday evening with 38 present, with Mr. and Mrs. John Gerber, parents of Mrs. Bruellman, the brothers and sister of each family. They have three, sons, Harley, Donald, Eugene and a daughter, Elaine Wichtendahl and 19 grandchildren. Mrs. Bernard Wichtendahl had the guest book and cards. Mrs. Raymond Kuntz poured coffee, Mrs. Sam Mogler poured punch helped by Mrs. Ervin Gerber. Mrs. John Scuffham and Mrs. Ella Cargill cut cake. Mrs. Eugene Bruellman and Miss Clara Bruellman served ice cream. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Bruellman and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bruellman were hostess. Eugene Bruellman and Bernard Wichtendahl ushered in the basement. DES MO IN E TYPING PAPER, Office Supply Dept., Upper Des Moines Pub. ,Co., Algpna. ' v ;'".;. .":,,.' HOST LUNCHEON Mrs. Harold Gilmore and Mrs. John Kohlhaas were hostesses at the luncheon at the Algona Country Club Sept. 15. Winners were Mesdam^s 0. B. Harmos, John Kohlhaas and Harold Gilmore. - o - HAVE PARTY A 1:00 luncheon was held at the Algona Country Club Sept. 14. Hostesses were Mary B.irt- lett, Miude Dorweiler, Nelda Finn, Thelma Hayes, Laura Hough, Mable Irelar and Lucille Navoichick. Wim ITS at bridge were Mrs. Harolu Glltmre and Mrs. Ed Wolcott and chair prize winner was Mrs. Walt Hall. AT CONVENTION Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hood were in Des Moines Sept. 10-13 where Mr. Hood attended the Independent Insurance Agents convention. They also visited Mrs. Hood's sisters, Frances Bonder and Mrs. C.W. Connor. - o - SHOWER HONOREE A coin and miscellaneous shower was held Sept. 5 at Academy hall for Victoria Briggs, whose marriage to Gary Mergen will take place Oct. 2 at St. Cecelia Catholic church. Hostesses were Mesdames Leo Kirschbaum, Wendell Jergenson, Doyle Dailey, Ronald Briggs, Joe Mergen, Vernon Plathe, Robert Borman, Ralph Reding, and Mary Ann Erpelding, Linda Briggs and Barbara Reding. The bride- elect is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Briggs and the groom-elect is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mergen. Cards furnished the amusement. - o - SEWING CLUB Mrs. Walter Klamp entertained her sewing club last Tuesday. - o - METHO - MATES The Metho-Mates met Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Perry Collins, presidents of the club. The Methodist couples who are !!< bVer 40 years of age are'mem- : PRINTING THAT PULLS does justice to your buslness t Uirly priced. Upper Peg Moiws FARM AUCTION - LOCATION — 6 miles south and V4 mile west of Guckeen, Minnesota - or - 2 miles north and !A mile west of Pilot Grove Store. MONDAY, SEPT. 27,1965 * SALE STARTS AT 1 O'CLOCK * Johnson's Lunch on Grounds 32 — Head Choice Shorthorn Cattle — 32 CONSISTING OF — 9 Shorthorn Cows with calves at side; 10 Head of Yearling and coming 2-yr. old heifers; 3 Yearling Steers; 1 Shorthorn Bull; Cattle will be TB and Bangs tested. 60 — Head Hampshire Feeder Pigs — 60 * FARM MACHINERY * TRACTORS - 1962 John Deere '3010' Gas Tractor with 15.5 rear tires, narrow front, rock shaft and fully equipped. Tractor has approximately 1,000 hrs. and Is like new; 1961 John Deere 'B' tractor, fully equipped. J. D. 12Vi ft. Wheel Tandem Disc; John Deere '490' 4-row Corn Planter with rubber pak wheels and fertilizer attachment; John Deere 3-bottom 14-inch Plow with hydraulic lift and throw-away lays; John Deere 4-row No. '400' Cultivator with attachments to fit '3010'; John Deere 5-section Drag with evener; John Deere'No. 8 7-ft. Tractor Mower; John Deere 4 row Rotary Hoe; John Deere 42 ft. Grain Elevator; Massey Harris 4 bar. Side Delivery Rake; IHC 2 bottom 14 In. Plow; IHC Tractor Manure Spreader; Broyhill trailer tvoe Sprayer complete with pump and drop nozzles; Woods Bros. Combine; IHC Endgate Seeder; 15 ft. Straight Disc; Overhead Hoist; Circle Saw that mounti on tractor; Trash Rake for 3' bottom plow. CORN PICKER - 1962 IHC '2-PR' 2-row Corn Picker. HAY - 300 bales of Alfalfa Hay. TRAILERS - 1 new heavy duty Montgomery Ward Trailer with new steel flare box; heavy duty 4-wheel Trailer w/steel flare box; 4-wheel Trailer with wooden box; steel wheel Running Gear with wooden box. MISCELLANEOUS - Surge Pump and pipeline with 2 Surge Pails; Slat Corn Cribbing; 2-John Deere Tractor Cylinders; Set of Tractor Chains; Log Chains; New Heat Houser for '3010' tractor; Hog Feeders; 2 Bunks; Shovels; Other usual run of tools. . , • NOTE - A herd of choice Shorthorn Cattle, and also a good set of Hamp. pigs. The '3010' tractor is like new, and a very well-kept line of farm machm- ery. Be sure to attend this auction. USUAL AUCTION TERMS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS MARK SIMSER, owner bers and others who qualify are urged to join. - o - FORCED INDOORS Mrs. Arthur Benschoter entertained the IrvingtonHomemakers club Tuesday afternoon. It was to have been a picnic, but the weather interfered and the meeting was held indoors. - o - CLUB HOSTESSES Mrs. John Cash was hostess to her bridge foursome Monday. Mrs. Charles Patterson entertained her bridge club Wednesday. - o - GARDEN CLUB The Garden Club met last Monday with Mrs. C.R. McQuiston and a potluck lunch was served to the 18 persons present. Mrs. Herb Hedlund was in charge of the program and Mrs. H.S. Montgomery talked on "What to do," a topic concerning the care of flowers in the fall. - o - ATTEND REUNION Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Crapser attended a Stoltenberg family reunion last Sunday in the shelter house at East Park, Mason City, with 150 in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crapser had a large family, eight of whom are living, and all but one living in Iowa. A sister lives in North Dakota. Mr. Crapser is deceased. He and his wife had 55 great-grandchildren. AOK Meeting The Algona AOK's met Sept. 18 at the home of Susan and Mary McEvory. A talk was given by Sharon Menneke on period furniture. The group toured Foster Furniture. Former Algona Girl To Wed In Arizona A former Algona girl, a grand niece of Mr. and Mrs. Roy O. Bjustrom, Jill Louise McKean, of Tucson, Ariz, is engaged to w<Ml John J. Simpson, now of Tucson but formerly of Pitts- bing, Pa., relatives here have learned. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Mrs. Geraldine M. McKean. An October wedding is planned. Miss McKean is a graduate of Palo Verde high school in Tucson, attended the University of Arizona, and is employed by Sears inTucson. The bridegroom is a graduate of Tucson high and also attended the University of Arizona, as well as serving two years in the navy. He is now employed by the Arizona Highway Dept. as a biller. The McKeans moved to Arizona some years ago. KickoH Meeting For T-B X-Roy Program Held On Wednesday, Sept. 15, the kick-off meeting for the Countywide X-Ray Program was held at the Kossuth County Courthouse with Joseph J. Straub, chairman, presiding. The main purpose of the meeting was to distribute literature and provide Information to the town and township chairwomen. 34 chairwomen were present to hear Miss Marian Law of Waterloo, the representative from the State TB and health Association, describe the procedure to be followed when the X-ray van is in the various areas. It was announced that the Xray van will be in Kossuth County from Oct. 5 through Oct. 15. A detailed schedule will be distributed later. All adults over 18 years will be X-rayed free. No pregnant women will be X- rayed, however, without written [yum their doctors. Children who showed ,i yp.irtimi in the recfiit skin testiih'. program will .ilso !>r X-r.m-il. This county-wide X-nu program is made possible l>\ funds derived from the Chnst- rrun Seal Sale. 22 Cars And Trucks Sold In Kossuth Twenty - two new and trucks were registered IHMT last week at the office of Count\ Treasurer Hosella Vokt. owners are: Chevrolet - Adam Heidei- sclieidt, Algona, pickup. Klbert Chevrolet, Whittemore, pickup, H.G. Jur»ens, Hurt; J.C. \Volter, Swea City; H.E. Anglo, Swea City; D.J. Inglett, Ledyard . Gordon Anderson, West Heiul. Ford - Taylor Impl. Co., Algona; H. A. Hefty, LuVerne. Dodge - R.E. Hristow, Algona, pickup; T.S. Hudspeth, Algona. Olds - HermanDreesman, Algona. Plymouth - V.R. or Elaine Teeter, Algona; T.L. Vipoml Algona. Chrysler - Elmer Frink, Algona. Buick - J.A. Oakland, Algona. Rambler - P.J. Elbert, Lu- Verne; Herman and Elsie Soderberg, Burt; E.H. Luedtke, Lone Rock. IHC - G.J. Lloyd, Ledyard. CMC - H. G. Pommer, Wesley, pickup. Baby Baptized Linda Marie Smith, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Smith, born Sept. 1, was baptized Sept. 12 in St. Cecelia's Catholic church by Father James Bruch. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Welshaar were sponsors. Dinner guests in observance of the baptism were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Weishaar and family and the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoffmann. Thursday, Sept. 23, 1965 Alqona, (16.) Upper De» Moine*-9 Mr. and Mrs. Eli Bager left September 8 for Granby, Colorado, to visit their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bager. Mrs. Eli Bager a victim of hay fever leaves yearly about this time for Colorado. Mr. and Mrs, Otto Lawson and son Otto spent the Labor Day week end Friday to Tuesday in Spooner, Wise visiting his mother, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Van- selus, the parents of Mrs. Lawson. ATTENTION FARMERS BOOK YOUR CO-OP OR GOLDEN SUN FALL CATTLE FEED NOW! PROTECT YOURSELF ON PRICE! MARKETS Market prices paid on Saturday of this week at your Co-op Elevator GRAIN No. 2 Yellow Corn in 1.09 out 1.13 No. 2 White Oats (new) In .68 out .72 November Beans 2.33 WHITTEMORE COOP. ELEVATOR HOBARTON BRANCH *"* CO-OP and Sun Feed* A CLASSIFIED AD WILL GET FAST RESULTS For top performance CO-pP gasoline, fuel oil, oils and lubricants Tele. 295-5614 295-7021 CLOSED SATURDAY AFTERNOONS - EXCEPT DURING HARVEST TIME. FARM MACHINERY AUCTION MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 27 Sale Starts At 10:30 A.M. Lunch On Grounds FINANCING AVAILABLE ON THE SPOT JOHN DEERE DEALER - KANAWHA, IOWA 10 Miles South of Britt on Highway 111, or 9 Miles West of Highway 69 WAYNi WAGNER & HERMAN WEDEL, Auctioneers FIRST NATIONAl BANK OF ElMORE, Clerk 30-TRACTORS-30 1961 Case 830 Gas, New RT Caie-0-Matlc, New pistons & sleeves 1959 JD 630, Sharp 1962 JD 4010 Diesel 1961 JD 3010 Diesel 1961 JD 4010 Diesel 1957 IHC 450 Diesel 2- 1954 MH 44 Spec. Diesel WF 1952 JD A 1953 JD 50, Pow-R-Trol 2- 1950 IHC MD Diesel, good 1954 ACWD, good 3- 1949 JDA's 2-1948-47 JD A 1 s 2- 1946 JDA's 1-1952 JOB, Pow-R-Trol MANY OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM CULTIVATORS 1- IHC 463 Rear Mtd. 2- AC4-RforWD 6- JD4-R 2-MH 4-R for 44 4- IHC 448 SEVERAL IHC & JOHN DEERE 2-ROW CULTIVATORS 15-CORN PICKERS-15 1- IHC 2MH, Excellent 2- IHC 2ME 6- JD 227 1- AC 33 SEVERAL OTHER CORN PICKERS 1- JD 50 Shelter Attachment SPREADERS 1- JD Model R, Good 2- IHC 200 PLANTERS 1- IHC 450 with Pert. 1-JD 490 with Fertilizer SEVERAL JD 490 „ MOWERS a \- JD No. 8, 7 ft. 2- 3D No. 5, 7 ft. 2- IHC V7, 7 ft. 1 New Idea, 7 ft. SIDE RAKES 1- JD 14T PTO 1- JD4 Bar 1- New Idea 4 bar Rubber tires MANY OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM ELEVATORS 1- JD 48 ft. Motor drive 1- 44 ft. Kelly Ryan engine drive MANY OTHERS HARROWS & DISCS 1- JD FW 18 ft. complete with tandem 1-JD RW 14 ft. 18 in., good SEVERAL 15 FT.JD&IHC 6 Section IHC 18' Springtooth with leveler Several good 5-6 section Harrows 1- JD 15'/2 ft. field Cult. 1- IHC 14 ft. field Cult. 4- JD 4 section Rotary Hoes SEVERAL OTHERS 25-COMBINES-25 JD55 12', All Extra's - JD 55 12', Std. Equip. - JD 45 10' Very clean Machine - 1960 MM 88 PTO, Cpt. - JD 25 PTO, Sharp - JD 25 PTO, Hume Reel cpt., 2- IHC 76 PTO, Cpt. SEVERAL CASE A6, JD 12 A, AC 60, 1 MM G4 12 ft., good running order. JD 10 Corn Heads JD 210 Corn Heads 15-PLOWS-15 1- IHC 70 414 2-JD555H 4-14, A-1 2-JD66H 4-14 1-IHC603-14 1- JD 314 Mtd, good SEVERAL OTHER 3 & 4 BOTTOMS MISC ITEMS 1- JD No. 6 Shelter on IHC Truck V,Belt Drive 1- Gehl Mix-All Mixer 1- Gehl, Grinder with drop feeder, 15 in. 1- Gehl Grinder Drop feeder, 11 in. 1- Grain-0-Vator DS 25, Demo. 1- Grain-0-Vator, 40 1- Grain-0-Vator 20 2- Knoedler Burr Mill cpt. like new 1- Heider Augar Wagon, good 2- Continental Stalk Cutter 1- Horn Stalk Cutter 1- Humbolt stalk cutter, good 1- Steam Jenny, good running order AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Anyone interested in and needing good useable farm machinery plan now to attend this sale. This will be one of the first and largest machinery sales to be held at this time of the season. All buyers must register with the clerk the day of the sale. In case of rain, a new date will be advertised. A good selection of miscellaneous items too numerous to list. It will pay you to come to this sole for your needed items. WALT MOELLER, Owner AUCTIONEERS: M.C Moranell, Pipestone, Minn. Dick Staples, Slayton, Minn. MOELLER IMPLEMENT CO. Phone 762-3275 Kanawha, Iowa CLERK: Farmers State Bank, Kanawha FINANCING ON THE GROUNDS

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