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10-Aleono. (K) Upper DM Molne* Thursday, Sepf. 23, 1965 The committee in charge were r Ella Fisher, Edith McDonald, iiiBw»ffliiiiBiiiiiiiirtliiliiiiiini!!iiiiU!ili!i!il!!iiiniiiiiiliiiiilii!iimnnii!iiniiiini!i!i^ .Tonnie Rode, Fern Bookelman, Gertrude Schntjer, Helen Schuster, Milh Cosgmvo, Clarine Boyken, Mary Oostei reirhet, Virginia Orthel, F;i> rallies, Kay 5>oxtdn, Norma Hicks and Mary Schroeder, chairman. AROUND ALGONA BETTY HOLT, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Holt, returned Friday to the University of Iowa, where she is a sophomore. Her parents attended the game there Saturday. BEL CANTO MUSIC Club will hold its opening meeting of the season next Wednesday at 9a.m. at Van's Cafe. Summer holiday trips will be the subject of the program. THE 29 COUPLES OF the Algona Promenaders square dance club will meet at 8:30 p. m. on Sept. 29 at the Armory. Free lessons will be given, with Bud Ludwig as caller. MRS. FRANCES MOE was recently honored by the Sisters at St. Ann upon her retirement from nursing. Guests for dinner at M:'s. Moe's home last Friday were Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Gould of Coon Rapids, Minn, and Joe Arndorfer. MRS. MILES SLONIKER returned Wednesday after spending three weeks in Kenosha, Wise. She had been called there by the fatal stroke of her father, who died on Sept. 2. He was Mr. William Senne, whose funeral services were held on Sept. 4. Mr. Slonlker and Carol and Kim spent the Labor Day weekend in Kenosha and attended the funeral, returning to Algona the following Monday. RECENT GUESTS of Joyce Hayden were her mother, Mrs. Florence Hayden and a brother, Dr. and Mrs. M. D. Hayden of Cherokee. ALL RESIDENTS, patients, and personnel of the county home and nursing homes in Algona, Burt and Bancroft received chest X- rays during the month of August. The program, in charge of Joyce Hayden, county nurse, was undertaken so these people would not have to visit the Mobile Unit when it visits the county in October. THE ALGONA National Guard unit was one of 80 units in 53 communities who participated in a state-wide Alert, called shortly after seven o'clock Wednesday eveninp. Within minutes, the members of the local contingent were starting to report in. MR. AND MRS. AndrewKeding are visiting for a fev. clays with their daughter and famih, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Lntz, Marshall, Minn. MR. AND MRS. Gene Hood entertained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Adolpli Oakland and John and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Nugent. Their daughter, Mary Jean, spent the weekend at home. She teaches at Blooinington, Minn. PERSONNEL OF THE North Iowa Directory Service wound up a fall season of exhibiting at various fairs in north central states with the Clay County Fair at Spencer, last week. The Directory Service has a display of their various directories that moves from fair to fair during the season. Various personnel of the firm take turns handling the exhibits. MR. AND MRS. Albert Metzger, and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Boeckholt returned from a five day fishing trip to Pierre, S. D. last week. They reported the fishing as fair. WOMEN OF THE Moose will serve lunch to the public again this year on Band Festival Day in the Moose Hall clubrooms, downtown. MR. AND MRS. Steve Murchland, Coronado, Cal. are expected this week for a visit with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Robinault, and with Mrs. Murchland's sister, Mrs. Alma Pearson. Mrs. Murchland is the former Norine Greiner. THE K. S, COWAN home on East State St. has been sold to W, C. Taylor, with occupancy by Oct. 1, The Cowans will move next door into one of their duplex apartments, Honors For Seneca Couple Wed 45 Years ,, SENECA - Mr, and Mrs. Cur- ;(tis Olson were honored on their :,45th wedding anniversary with ::a reception given for them by- .their children Sunday afternoon '.at their rural Fenton farm home. -- 1 " Hosts and hostesses Included • their children, Mr. and Mrs. -Everett Zltterlch and family of ^Terrill, Mr. and Mrs. Robert 3?acobson and family of Maynard, ^Mr. and Mrs. Howard Preston "and family of Armstrong, and JMr. and Mrs. Gaylord Olsen :3md family of rural Ringsted; "3wo daughters, Mrs. Clay Boyd \'*ol Moscow, Idaho, and Mrs.Ger- ^ald Beaver of San Bernardino, ^California, and a son, Gerald £01sen of Costa Mesa, California, »who were unable to be present. ^ Guests included Mrs. Olsen' s •^sister, Cleo Classon of Ring- ^sted, a brother and his wife, rMr. and Mrs. Kenneth Larson -of Mallard, also a sister, Mrs. ~Mamie Eckert of Mallard, Mr. ;;;and Mrs . Bertel Berkeland of ."JFenton, and Mr. Anton Berkland "of Minneapolis. Mrs. Olsen was -presented with a night stand to '-match their bedroom suite. They also recipients of a purse evening at the Curtis Olsens. The men are brothers. The Olsens had taken their daughter, Karen, who was Miss Walla Walla, in Miss America contest, and runner-up in the Washington contest, to Boulder, Colorado, where Karen was the re- cipent of a scholarship to a college there. Daryl Preston, who is in the armed forces and stationed in Germany for the past two years, recently spent ten days in El Paso, Texas. His parents had several telephone calls from him while he was in the states. He has now returned to Germany. Federated Club At Titonka Holds Program TITONKA - Titonka Federated Club met Thursday evening at Titonka Methodist church for a buffet supper. This was the first meeting of the 1965-66 club year, with invitations extended to teachers, den mothers and guests. Fifty-seven were present. Mrs. A. J, Eason of Algona gave an interesting talk of her doll collection and brought several dolls to show. LARGE CROUD The Annual H.mTst Supper hold at Titonka Methodist diureli Wednesday eveniiK was a success, in spite of a f<.y.£\, t'.un\ nkht, with 320 tickets sold. SHOWER HELD A post-bridal shower was held for Mrs. Jamie Ibsen (uee Joyce Iselnand) Saturday evening at the Methodist church. Mrs.Ollie Bnms was in charge of the guest book. Mrs. Ellen Hoelkes was mistress of ceremonies. Mrs. Ibsen was assisted in opening her gifts by her sister, Mrs. Marvin Johnston and sister-in- law, Mrs. Harvey Isebrand. Hostesses were Lois Boekel- man.Lela Bentley, Lorraine Boekelman, Edythe Heifner, Jean Gerdis, Pat Halnes, Beverly Gerdis, Martha Boyken, Cleo Nelson, Eleanor Sachau, Vivian Wubben, Ellen Boelkes, Sadie Denton, Ettena Bruns, Ollie Brims and Viola Brandt. - o - Roger Gerdis has left for the service, and is at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., after having been delayed for several weeks because of an attack of hay fever. John Brandt has gone to Northfield, Minn, where he will attend St. Oiaf College. This is his second year there. New officers for American Legion Auxiliary Juniors are: president, Cindy Harms; vice president, Sydella Harms; secretary, Trudy Haines; treasurer, Janine Boyken; color bearer, Leanne Thacker; chaplain, Patty Isebrand; historian, Conna Hoover. The P. T. A. first meeting was held Sept. 20. After a short program, during which teachers were Introduced, a social hour and lunch followed. Officers for this year consist of president, Clifford Carlson; vice president, Mrs. Neal Boyken; secretary, Mrs. Walt Baade; treasurer, Mrs, Arthur Peterson, Immanuel Lutheran Woman's circles met this week with Esther circle Tuesday evening and UfMNttlM: IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 8784 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Jewel M. Larsen, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE : You are hereby notified that all persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 21st day of September, 1965. Bertha L. Larsen Administrator of said Estate Algona, Iowa Delia Welter Attorney for said Administrator Algona, Iowa Date of second publication: 28th day of September, 1965. (71-72) ~pf money and a beautifully dec- •{orated wedding cake. «~ Curtis Olsen and Inez Larson rwere married Sept. 22, 1920 at ;:the home of the bride's parents, .Cthe Iver Larsons, rural Fairmont :,',:by the Rev. Nelson of Emmets- Tburg. ~', - o - : Three Seneca young people are enrolled at Estherville College -, this fall. Loren Menz is begin;:, ning his second year there and r. Dennis Dahl and Mike Hassel are enrolled as freshmen. Larry Johannesen, son of Mrs. Edna Johannesen, submitted to an appendectomy Friday morning •'•- at Estherville. He is recuper- "••• ating satisfactorily. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Berg• urn and family attended the :, latter 's aunt and uncle, Mr. ana ^. Mrs. Alfred Jacobson's 50th wed** ding anniversary at their home at b Rodman, Sunday afternoon. r: Mr. and Mrs. David Looft and L~ family were Sunday dinner guests ~ of Mrs. Looft's sister and fam- -- Uy, the Robert Thates, Ceylon. ~- Mr, and Mrs . Sigurd Olsen *"" of Walla Walla, Washington visited Thursday afternoon and 213 ACRE FARM FOR SALE To settle Lambert P. Brethorst Estate. Choice well-improved 213 acre farm located seven miles northeast of Algona on excellent blacktop road. Also modern two-bedroom one story home with garage, located at 705 North Jones Street, Algona, Iowa. If interested/ contact Linnan, Lynch & Straub, Algona, Iowa. (70-71) Dorcas circle Thursday evening, both nt the church. Dorothy Brandt left last week for Dos Moines where she is taking nurses training at Iowa Lutheran hospital. She Is the (latit, r litfr of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Brandt. Good Hope Lutheran circles mot \vith Elida circle meeting at the home of Mrs.OrphaMech- lei and Verna circle at the church Tuesday evening, Leola circle at the church Wednesday morning, Elizabeth and Barbara circles in the afternoon and Gloria circle in the evening at the church. The Buffalo Twp.Homemakers met for their kick-off tea Friday at the home of Mrs. Henry Orthel. Circles of Ramsey Reformed church were busy this week, with Ruth circle visiting the county- home Monday; Tuesday evening, Esther circle met and Wednesday Dorcas circle met for a regular meeting and had a bazaar and bake sale Thursday evening. Mrs. Sadie Denton Is a medical patient at Hancock Memorial hospital, Britt, having been transferred there after being in Mercy hospital at Ft. Dodge for some time. Harold Hoveys, Wesley, Wed For 25 Years WESLEY - Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hovey celebrated their silver wedding anniversary Sept. 19 with open house from 2 to 5 p. m. at their home, Edna Johnson and Harold Hovey were married Sept. 20, 1940 at Plover. They lived in the Rolfe and Havelock area before moving to Wesley nine years ago. They are parents of four sons and two daughters: Mrs. Larry Teachout (Marlene) of Forest City, Clare Hovey and wife of Sexton, De Wayne, In Army service in Germany, Darwin, Larry and Karleneathome. Mrs. Hovey's father, Clarence Johnson, who lives in a trailer home near his daughter and family, returned Sept. 11 from a week's visit in West Concord, Minn, with his son, Leslie Johnson, and family. Mr. Hovey is employed at the Standard Oil station,' - o IS RECOVERING •; Ronnie Newbrough ofDurango, > Colo., formerly of Wesley, has been moved via ambulance plane from a Durango hospital to a rehabilitation center in Denver for special therapy for injuries suffered in a recent helicopter crash. His brother Dick and wife of Britt returned several days ago from Durango and report some improvement in his condition, although he will be hospitalized for several months. - o - PRAIRIE NEIGHBORS Prairie Neighbors met Sept. 14 with Mrs. Ralph Schipull, Mrs. Lawrence Baylor assisting. Mrs. Herman Studer and Mrs. Clarence Aitcheson gave the lesson on Next Years Program. Family life was discussed by all. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Leonard Arndorfer on the second Tuesday in October. Mrs. Fred Rasmussen will be assistant hostess. They will make nut cups for the Britt hospital, and will have a display of hobbies. - o James McWilliams and son James, Jr. and the latter's son of St. Louis, Mo. spent the weekend at the Tom Forburger home. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Doughan and her sister, Mrs. Leonard Arndorfer, visited the Jim Walm- sleys in Sac City Sept. 15. Dan Arndorfer has received his discharge from the Air Force and has enrolled at the State University at Iowa City for his third year. He served four years in the Air Force and was discharged from Pease A. F. B. in New Hampshire, Dan is a son of the Len Arndorfers. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Koppen attended the funeral of her uncle, James Fox, 67, at Bancroft Sept. 17 at 9:30 a. m. David Considine, son of Rev. and Mrs. Frank Considine of Corwith, left Tuesday for Sioux City where he enrolled in Morningside College. Rev, Considine is pastor of the Corwith and the Wesley Methodist churches. Geo. Ostercamp and Robert Weiland spent several days last week in Dexter, Minn, helping their brother-in-law Dean Hlscock build a barn to replace the one destroyed by a tornado several weeks ago. Geo, Ostercamps, Ralph Schi- pulls and Orvllle Wetlands attended the Clay County Fair at •:-' '.. '.-.» .!' - .'. :*.f\ . •>'•' FARM AUCTION Having decided to quit farming, I will held a public auction on the farm located 3V4 miles west of Whlttemore, or 3Vi miles east and 1 mile south and Vt mile east of Cylinder, or 8 miles north and 2tt miles west of West Bend, on TUESDAY, SEPT. 28 * SALE TIME 12(30 P.M. * Donna's Lunch Wagon, Fenton, on grounds 43 — ANGUS CATTLE — 43 consisting of 36 Purebred Angus Cows w/calvei at side 6 Purebred Angus heifers 2 yrs. old, bred 1 Purebred Angus bull Above cows are T.B. and Bangs tested. Registration papers will be furnished with cows and heifer calves. FARM MACHINERY, ETC. TRACTOR EQUIPMENT - IHC 560 Diesel with new "pkgs.; IHC 455 cultivator; IHC 4-14" plow, semi- mounted No. 540; IHC No. 76 combine; IHC 14 ft. wheel tandem Disc; IHC No. 450 planter w/feitilizer; IHC 6 section pegtooth harrow; IHC No. 24 mower, fast hitch; IHC No. 30 manure spreader; IHC No. 440 corn planter; IHC 2-14" plow; Farmhand grinder- mixer with scale and magnet, 18 months old; John Deere 18 ft. disc; John Deere No. 5 mower; Freeman loader, hydraulic tilt bucket; 10 ft. fertilizer spreader; running gear and flat rack. MISCELLANEOUS - 5 in. grain auger with % H.P. motor, 16 ft. long; Century space heater, 100,000 BTU, thermostat control; 10 Caswell farrowing crates — 10 series hookup; Jari mower; overhead gas barrel and stand; 150 gal. pickup tank with pump; Tox-O- Wick cattle oiler; salt and mineral feeder; Jamesway hog feeder; Hudson hog feeder; hog oiler; 4 rolls slat cribbing; little pig feeders and troughs; 7 in. table saw with planer and motor; portable air compressor; 2 sets reg. wheel weights for IHC tractor; 1 set IHC utility wheel weights. BUILDINGS - 2-10' walk-in hog feeders; 24'x31' pull togther hog shed - like new; 12 ft. x 16 ft. hog shed, 12 ft. x 14 ft. hog shed; 10 ft. x 12 ft. feed building; 12 ft. x 12 ft. building; 1200 bu. grain bin — wood. HAY & STRAW - 1800 bales of alfalfa hay; 500 bales of straw. HOUSEHOLD GOODS — Frigidaire refrigerator; display case with sliding glass front — dimensions 95 in. x 74 in. x 24 in. - real nice; Also many small items too numerous to mention. TERMS: Usual auction terms - No property to be removed until settled for - Not responsible for accidents. IHILGES & DEVINE, owners BENSEN & CLARK, Auctioneer*; Cylinder State Bk., elk. Spencer Sept. 17. Sister Gertrude Ann of Notre Dame, Indiana and Sister Mary Immaculate of St. Paul and their sister, Mrs. Margaret Eckerman of Early, spent several days over the Sept. 14 weekend with Otis relatives. Mrs. Edmund Otis entered St. Ann hospital, Algona, Thursday, for medical care. Eugene Weir is expected home Sept. 23 for a 14-day leave. He will have completed basic training at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. He is a son of the Ralph Weirs. Joyce Becker was a patient in Mercy hospital, Mason City, several days last week where she had eye surgery. She is on her two week vacation from duties at the Exchange State Bank. Joyce is a daughter of Mrs. Justine Becker. Army instructor visited Lu Verne LU VERNE-Capt, Marlin Hefti of Fort Sill, Oklahoma, visited in Lu Verne Thursday and called in the William Blgings home. Marlin and his wife are on furlough visiting in Britt. They have three children, Julie 4, «fohn 2 USED MACHINERY MM 250 Husker $995 3-MM Huskers . $425 - $625 ME mtd. Husker $345 227 J. Deere mtd. Picker $995 2-MM Unl-Huskers __. $465 MM Uni-Husker w/troct. $995 9' MM Unl Combine __. $795 65 CASE PTO Combine $775 A-6 CASE Combine ... $295 MM L.O. PTO Spreader $495 12/A N. IDEA Spreader $185 L J. DEERE Spreader ._ $275 E MM PTO Shelter $995 E MM PTO Shelter $895 MM 1210 PTO Shellmaster $1975 460 I.H.C. Tractor „_ $2850 '63 4 Star M-M w/wlde front & 3 pt. hitch _. $2450 UB M-M w/llve power & live hyds. $1445 '58 MM 5 Star w/LPTO PS & LA. $2395 1948 U M-M $725 1947 U M-M w/hyd. & New Tires $895 1946 A JOHN DEERE — $295 Auger Wagon $165 IHC No. 16 Plow, 3-14" $245 Helder Auger-Mixer Box $375' Gehl PTO Blower w/plpe $3>6* Meyers 42 ft. Elevator $295 Owatonna 44 ft. Elev. $395 BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 Me. Main ALOONA and James 1. They will visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Heftl, formerly of Lu Verne and Britt, now living in Iowa City Capt, Heftl, Marine Corp. Is an instructor in U.S. Army Artillery and Missile School, Gunnery Depar tmenUt Fort S1U. Denny Ray, sixteen year old son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Raymond Legler, has returned to the schoo. for the deaf at Council Bluff. Re spent the summer vacation with his parents and brothers, ALGONA C.D.A. will entertain the sisters at a 5:30 pot luck supper at the shelter house Monday Sept. 27. fit case of rain it will be held at St. Cecelia's hall. fflBMWIllIIW^^ Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates SEE "BILL" NUGENT AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK — ALGONA \ "LETS BE SURE TO ATTEND" 30th ANNUAL CALF & FEEDER SALE r 4,000 HEREFORD CALVES & YEARLINGS FRIDAY, OCT. 1 - BURWELL, NEBR. The first big Calf Sale of this season with many of the best Hereford calves and yearlings selling in carload and half load lots. This will be one of the larger Calf Sales of this season with many reputation brands from such well known herds as: Peterson Bros. — Everett Molesworth — Ingraham Bros. — Schipporeits — Schneidereit Bros. — Gaylord Wallace — Herman Boerger & Son — BilsteinS — Art Doolittle — Mann Bros. — Clarence Price — Alfred Derner — Dale Harrod — Bob Kassebaum & many others. 1,250 or more choice Hereford yearling steers & heifers will be sold during the evening, including 350 fancy Hereford heifers from Dvorak Bros, and 150 heifers from Thunderbolt Ranch. Selling their steers at this big sale will be Frank Schubert with 200 head, along with Don Cone — Liermans — Ernest Abbott — Royce Jordan — Lester Watland and many others. Other Special Feeder Sales at Burwell: • SPECIAL CARLOT SALE • FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8 3,500 Choice & Fancy Sandhill Feeder Cattle. Featuring BOO head of outstanding Hereford iteert from Dvorak Bros. Also 1,000 or more Hereford Calves, • SPECIAL BLACK ANGUS SALE • WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13 3,750 Choice & Fancy Black Angus Calvei & Yearlingi. Strictly a Black Angus and Angus cross Sale, including many reputation brands. The cream of the IMS crop, • SPECIAL HEREFORD Calf & Feed. Sale • FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15 4,750 head of outstanding Hereford Calvei ft Yearling!, Featuring many large consignments of reputation brands. Please plan to attend these big sales here at Burwell where you will find the best in feeder cattle; all native Sandhill cattle, direct from .many of the larger ranches in this area. Come prepared'to buy the best at prices you are willing to p&y, Write or phone 308-346-8136 for further sale information. * SALE TIME 11 A.M. * BURWELL LIVESTOCK MARKET, INC. "One of The Sandhills Largest Cattle Auctions" Cattle Sales Every Friday at Burwell, Nebr. SAVINGS ON ALL 1965 OLDSMOBILE & RAMBLERS AT DAU'S SPECTACULAR DEALS! FABULOUS TRADES! WE'RE MOVING THEM OUT- GET YOUR NEW CAR NOW! GOOD SELECTION OF EXTRA CLEAN • USED CARS • 1963 OLDSMOBILE Dynamic 88, 4 dr. sed. Hydramatic, radio, heater, power steering, power brakes, whitewails, green color. Extra nice one owner car, 1962 FORD Futura 2 door Sport Coupe, Straight stick, radio, heater, bucket seats & console, whitewall tires. White color with red interior. Very sharp. 1962 RAMBLER Custom 4 dr. sedan. Straight stick with overdrive, radio, heater/ reclining seats, whitewall tires. White with red and black interior trim, 1961 RAMBLER Super, 4 dr. Station Wagon, Radio, heater, reclining seats, Straight shift w/overdrive, Green color, 1960 OLDSMOBILE Dynamic 88, 4 dr. sedan. Hydramatic, heater, autronic eye, air conditioning. Very clean, DAU'S OLDSMOBILE & RAMBLER

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