LEE HOPKINS and his sisters, Mrs. Marie Hawcott, Bess Hopkins and Mrs. James Bailey of Mason City, Teturned last week from a few weeks' vacation in the west, most of the time being spent with relatives and friends in the Los Angeles area. MR. AND MRS. Earl Bowman expect their son Larry and family from Colonial Beach, Va. in the rather near future and after a 30-day leave they will go to Iceland where Larry will have shore duty. He will be located at Dahlgren Base, a naval weapons laboratory, and will be there two years. He has been in service ten years and has signed up for ten more. MR. AND MRS. G. W. Naylor were recently at Marshalltown to visit the former's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Naylor. Gary Naylor, who attends Simpson college at Indianola and Judy Naylor, who works in the National Animal Diseases Laboratory at Ames, spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Naylor. MRS. HAROLD Schumacher of Whittemore is staying with her mother, Mrs. Harold Hobson, while under a doctor's care for a back ailment. WILLIE STEINMAN, who is in service and stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., is home on a two-weeks leave which he is spending with his mother, Mrs. Tillie Steinman. He accompanied two others from the camp to their homes nearby. This leave was unexpected and Mrs. Steinman had planned to go there Oct. 27. MR. AND MRS. Dave Hankins are parents of a daughter born Oct. 20 at the Britt hospital. She has been named Dawn Ann and has a brother Kurt. Grand' parents are Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hankins of Corwith and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wibben. MR. AND MRS. Vern McClure recently visited Mr. and Mrs. H. Victor Stead at Maquoketa. MR. AND MRS. Duane Schnell were visited overnight Tuesday and a part of Wednesday by Mrs. Wesley Mains, nee Joan Urch, and five year old son Danny. MRS. GILBERT Hargreaves joined Mrs. Richard Cook at Mason City last Monday and Tuesday and they left the following day for a visit till Friday in Chicago with Mrs. Cook's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stefanko. MRS. E. J. EVERS is being visited by her son William, who has been attending E. M. A. school at San Diego, Calif., a branch of the Navy. He has a 30-day leave after which he will leave for Bainbridge, Md. to attend school for a year. He and his mother went to Beloit and Janesville, Wis. and Crete, Nebr., where Mr. Evers is on a job. MR. AND MRS. Bernard Briggs have received word from their son Steve that he is being sent to Viet Nam in about 30 days. He is at San Francisco at present and will be on a cargo ship carrying refrigerators. MR. AND MRS. Leo Kollasch had as guests last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. William Rooney, Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Joe King and Mr, and Mrs. William Lampright and the respective families. BEN REID and his daughters Bonita and Zelda had as a guest last week Tuesday till Thursday Mrs. Merrill Mittag,DesMoines, Q. j NOW man does the work BRADY MULTI-CROP CHOPPER This rugged, "over-built" BRADY Multi-Crop Chopper cuts your discing and chopping time as much as 75 percent! It's a 4-row machine that rides behind your tractor and trails a 4 row disc. Lets one man do the work of three! The BRADY 4-Row Chopper features 96 free-swinging "side-slicer" knives that offer maximum chopping action, yet take a minimum of tractor power for efficient operation. Cut your field preparation time with the BRADY 4-Row Multi-Crop Chopper. BRADY IMPACT CHOPPER - FOR STALKS, BRUSH PASTURE AND OTHER HEADLAND GROWTH Here's a real work horse! It's a powerful 60" all-purpose shredding machine that makes quick work of stalks, pasture-clipping, heavy brush, orchard pruning, general headland cleanups. The BRADY "Impact' shredding-splitting action is accomplished with 56 long-wearing, free- swinging "side-sheer" knives that require a minimum of power, yet give you an even spread of materials for plow down or harvesting. Optional 2" cup knives for effective kill of Corn Bores, Pink Bollworm or other stalk-hibernating insects., Here's a low-cost, quality-built machine that will save gas, power and tractor time. •fc Artsway Mills — Heider Boxes * CALL US FOR FREE DEMONSTRATION ON YOUR FARM CARROLL GARAGE & IMPL. LvVMNi, IOWA cousin of the girls. MR. AND MRS. W. A. Hall were visited a couple of days last week by their daughter, Mrs. James Spies and children Lori and Matt, Graettlnger. VIRGINIA GISCH was at Fort Dodge last week a couple of days having oral surgery. MRS. DICK POST came home Thursday from New York where she and her daughter Joan had gone to visit Mrs. Post's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fleet. Joan Is remaining for a longer visit. MR. AND MRS. Chris Hemmen were visited Friday by the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cobie Hemmen, Britt. MRS. MAE RANEY has been visited by her granddaughter and family of El Paso, Tex. The husband is Capt. Tom Forburger and he has been in North Carolina attending school to learn the Vietnamese language as he is being sent there in a short time. They have been most of the time at Wesley with Mrs. Forburger's parents, Dr. and Mrs. Hoyt Raney. MR. AND MRS. James Andreasen were visited over the weekend by the latter's sister, Laura Kimmel, student at State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls. Algona, (Id.) Upper DM Moines Tuesday, November 2, 1965 MRS. PAULINE McGuire has returned from a visit of three days at Swea City with her niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Darnell. MRS. DELLA McCullough is visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Maurine Mills at Medford, Ore. She will be gone for an indefinite length of time. Announcement WE WISH TO ANNOUNCE the appointment of WENDELL FEASTER as "Manager- Operator" of our Citgo Service Station, State & Phillips, Algona. Mr. Feaster is experienced in all types of mechanical work and specializes in "tune- up" services. He has worked for many years as a mechanic in local garages. HUTZELL CITGO SERVICE Roy & Floyd Hutzell, Owners Evening — Evening At I have decided to discontinue dairying I will tell my dairy cattle and equipment on the farm located l'/j mi lei east of Bancroft. Follow the road ea>t from the main street of Bancroft on FRIDAY EVENING. NOV. 5 - 7:30 Sharp 30-High Grade Holsteins-30 Cow No. 1 fresh with 4th calf Oct. 2 milking 53 Ibs. per day. Cow No. 2 fresh with 4th calf Sept. 24 milking 59 Ibs. per day. Cow No. 3 fresh with 5th calf Sept. 30 milking 79 Ibs. per day. Cow No. 4 fresh with Stti calf Sept. 25 milking 53 Ibs. per day. Cow No. 5 fresh with 5th calf Sept. 27 milking 69 Ibs. per day. Cow No. 6 fresh with 5th calf Oct. 23 milking 65 Ibs. per day. Cow No. 7 fresh with 4th calf Oct. 6 milking 47 Ibs. per day. Cow No. 8 due in November with 5th calf. Cow No. 9 fresh with 4th calf Oct. 23 milking 70 Ibs. per day. Cow No. H fresh with 5th calf Sept. 26 milking 46 Ibs. per day. Cow No. 12 due in November with 3rd calf. Cow No. 13 fresh with 3rd calf Sept. 25 milking 58 Ibs. per day. Cow. No. 14 fresh with 4th calf Oct. 10 milking 66 Ibs. per day. Cow No. 15 fresh with 4th calf Sept. 20 milking 62 Ibs. per day. Cow No. 16 fresh with 6th calf Sept. 22 milking 67 Ibs. per day. Cow No. 17 due in November with 3rd calf. Cow No. 18 due in December with 5th calf. Cow No. 19 fresh with 3rd calf Sept. 18 milking 51 Ibs. per day. 9 Heifers bred to calf in January and February. 3 small heifer calves. This herd is calfhood bangs vaccinated and now Clean T.B. and Bangs tested. - EQUIPMENT - 2-Unit Surge milker and pipeline for 24 cows. 2 medium size seamless Surge buckets. 15 gallon Surge hot water heater. 2 gallon M.W. milk pasteurizer. .Star 6-can, side door milk cooler in good condition about 5 year* old. Auctioneer's Note: This is a real good uddered set of cows with lots of production and their milk is now testing 3.8% at the Bancroft creamery. Don't miss* this sale at 7:30 Friday night November 5. - TERMS Cash or make arrangements with the clerk. No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents RICHARD MESCHER. ow..r Auction**!?, Charity Qulnn and Clalr Clark. Cl*rk, Farmer* and Trader* Saving Bank, Bancroft.
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