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16-Algona, (In.> Upper D*» Moine* Wtdnttdey, Nov. 24, 1965 Notes Of Servicemenl SAN AiNTONIO, Tex. - Airman Dennis L. Voigt, above, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ewald O. Voigt of 507 N. Wooster St., Algona, has been selected for training at Amarillo AFD, Tex., as an Air Force supply specialist. The airman, a 1964 graduate of Algona high school, recently completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex. SAN ANTONIO, Tex - Airman Jerry E. Pilcher, above son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Pilcher of 1221 E. Call St., Algona, has been selected for training at Chanute AFB, 111., as an Air Force aircraft maintenance specialist. The airman, a 1964 graduate of Algona high school, recently completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex. SAN ANTONIO, Tex. - Airman William L. James, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester M. James of 417 N. Roan St., Algona, has been selected for training at Keesler AFB, Miss., as an Air Force communications specialist. The airman, a 1964 graduate of Algona Community high school, recently completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex. - o - EXERCISE RANGE BUSH Seaman Apprentice Conrad E. Graham, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Graham of 5 E. Call St., Algona is participating in the U. S. First Fleet's training exercise "Range Bush" Nov. 18-24, while serving abroad Jhe jjuided missile light cruiser USS Providence, off the coast of Southern California, with ships of the First Fleet and several naval air units. His ship provides the fleet with anit-air and anti-submarine defense. - o - FORT GORDON, GA. (AHTNC)- Pvt. Carl E. Dauielsea, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Danielsen, Route 2, Box 106, Algona, completed a 12-week communications center specialist course at the Army Southeastern Signal school, Fort Gordon, Ga., Nov. 12. Danielsen was trained in the use of teletype sets, tape relay operations and in the operation of long distance communications equipment. The 23-year-old soldier, who was last assigned at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., was employed .by the Burlington Truck Lines 'in Des Moines before entering the Army in May 1965. He was graduated in 1961 from Algona Community high school and attended Iowa State University in Ames. *-p- USS CORAL SEA Nov. 9 Aviation Boatswain's Mate Third Class Robert G. Goecke, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard H. Goeckp of 1408 K. North St., Alpona, has Tetui-nod to Al- amoda, C.ilif. .itxvml (Ix .ittar.k aircraft carrier USS (VIMI ,^>a after an 11-month deplmmont to the Western Pacific. Coral Sea received her first taste of combat Feb. 7, when she was ordered to launch the first retaliatory air strikes against North Viet Nam, Coral Sea and her embarked air wing- Carrier Air Wins 15 launched more than 60 major strikes against military targets in North Viet Nam. She also flew numerous strikes against Viet Cong strongholds in South Viet Nam. Doth types of missions involved well over 10,000sorties, a record for a single carrier/air wing team. Interior Communications Tecli Fireman LeRoy A.Scherer, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred D. Seherer of 410 S. Phillips St., Algona, has also returned to Alameda, Calif, aboard the USS Coral Sea. Farm Sales Numerous In Days Ahead Farm auction sale time is again here, and the following farm sale dates are now listed on the Upper Des Moines Farm Auction Calendar. Sales coming up are as follows: NOV. 26, FRIDAY - Bernard McGuire sale. 9 1/2 miles east of Burt on blacktop, 1 p. m. Sale large line of machinery. Details in this issue. Quinn & Clark auctioneers, Titonka Savings Bank, clerk. NOV. 29, MONDAY - F. P. McMahon Estate Sale, 1/2 east of Sexton on Hwy. 18. Household goods, car, outboard motor, tools, etc. Cletus West, auctioneer; Iowa State Bank, Algona, clerk. NOV. 29, MONDAY - John M. Miller estate sale, 3 1/2 miles east of Burt on.black- top. Complete farm auction sale. Details in this issue. Quinn & Clark, auctioneers; Burt Savings Bank, clerk. DEC. 1, WEDNESDAY - Carroll Willret sale, 2 3/4 miles north of 18-169 junction, or 6 south of Burt on U. S. 169. Machinery and hog equipment. Sale details in UDM this issue. Lone Rock Bank, clerk; Quinn & Leek, auctioneers. DEC. 2, THURSDAY - Ed Cink dairy disposal, starting at 9:30 a. m. 47 head registered and high grade Holsteins, dairy equipment. Sale details in this issue in complete detail. Titonka Savings Bank, clerk; Quinn & DeVries, auctioneers. Cink place located 6 north and 2 1/2 miles east of Wesley. DEC. 3, FRIDAY - Paul F. Ludwig Sale, 2 1/2 south and 1/4 east of Whittemore. Selling cattle, hogs, and full line of farm machinery. Sale details next Tuesday. Quinn & Claude, auctioneers; Farmers State Bank, Whittemore, clerk. DEC. 4, SATURDAY - Arnold Lieb sale. All farm equipment, etc. 1/2 south and 2 west of Lone Rock. Details later. DEC. 6, MONDAY - Ernie Fisher sale, 2 north and 3 west of Lone Rock. Regular farm auction. Sale details later. Quinn & Clark, auctioneers; Lone Rock Bank, clerk. DEC. 17, FRIDAY - V. C. Smith auction sale of 800 ewes, some machinery, other items. Sale details later. Sale will be held at the Algona Sales barn. Watch this newspaper for complete details. Sale date listings in this column are advised as soon as auctioneers and a date have been selected. It may prevent conflicts in dates. There is no charge for this sale date listing. Auto Smashed Highway patrolman Tom Cogdall investigated a one-car accident Sunday evening 4 miles south of Algona on highway 169, when driver, Ray Keith Knowles, 38, Rutland, headed south, hit the bridge abutment when a tire on the car blew. His 1959 Chevrolet was totally demolished There were no injuries and no charges filed. M-D Club Union Township Mothers and Daughters club met at the home of Mae Schenck with 24 members present. The program was communism - Undo it yourself. Taking part were Helena Dodds, Frances Dodds and Dorothy Vigdal. Eva Arend and Gwen Haas were assisting hostesses. Club members will have charge of the historical rooms Friday afternoon, Dec 3. 30 Families Available For Xmas 'Adoption 1 The- Ah;nnn I'pper Des Moines, with tlio coo|*'i;ition of Marvel Immerfall, man.iii'M- ofthemunty relief office, is ar.nu sponsoring its annual "Adopt A Family For Christmas" program this year. This vf.M-'s list contains 30 families and individuals who need help if they are going to have iinvtliinr; like the Merry Christmas that most families take for p-.mted. M'l.sl have employment, but don't receive enough pay to ('ii ;iround for the extras that make Christmas real. Adoption is simple. Look the following list over and call either (lie Upper Des Moines or Mrs. Immcrfall, 295-2807, at the court house and make your wishes known as to which you would like to adopt. Food, of course, is one of the most important items, along with gifts, especially for the children. Any interested group or individual in the entire county is welcome and invited to adopt one or more of the families. Here is the list at present: Family no. 1 - Man and wife and four children. Family no. 2 - Adopted by International Machinists Assn. and Aero-Space Workers. Family no. 3 - Widow with five children, all under 10 years of age. Family no. 4 - Mother, no income, with four children 4-14 years old. Family no. 5 - Man and wife with nine children, including new baby. Family no. 6 - Man and wife with six children, 2-18 years of age. Family no. 7 - Man and wife, 10 children, 2 1/2-16 years of age. Family no. 8 - Adopted by Newcomers Club. Family no. 9 - Man and wife, five children, sickness depletes income. Family no. 10 - Man and wife, four children 5-14 years of age. Family no. 11 - Mother and daughter relief. Family no. 12 - Adopted by International Assn. of Machinists and Aero -Space Workers. Family no. 13 - Mother with four children, 3-12 years of age. Family no. 14 - Mother with son and daughter. Family no. 15 - Man and wife and five children, 7-13 years of age. Family no. 16 - Man and wife and six children, 1-10 years of age. Family no. 17 - Man and wife and 11 children, 1-14 yearsof age. Family no. 18 - Man and wife and 6 children, 4-16 years of age. Family no. 19 - Adopted by" Newcomers Club. Family no. 20 - Widow, crippled, would like little food and clothing. Family no. 21 - Adopted by International Machinists apd Aero-Spaco Workers. Family no. 22 - Adopted by Newcomers Club. Family no. 23 - Man and wife and 10 children, 4-17 years of age. Family no. 24 - Widow and four children, 12-19 years of age. Family no. 25 - Mother and son, age 6. Family no. 26 - Man and wife and four children, youngest 9. Family no. 27 - Man and wife and six children, 5-15 years of age. Family no. 28 - Mother and four children, 2-13 years of age. Family no. 29 - Man and wife, five children, from 2 years up. Family no. 30 - Man and wife, five children, from 2 years up. Further information on sizes of clothing, etc., but not names of families, may be obtained be calling Mrs. Immerfall. Pearly Haynes Succumbs At El Paso, Texas WESLEY - Funeral Services for Pearly C. Haynes 43, formerly of Wesley will be held on Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 at the Boughton Funeral Home, Britt. Rev. Frank Considine, Methodist Church, will officiate. Masonic rites will be accorded by Darius Masonic Lodge, Britt. Interment will take place in Evergreen Cemetery, Wesley. Pearly C. Haynes, son of Pearly and Anna Cook-Haynes, was born May 22, 1922, at Wesley. His education was received at Wesley, and he was a graduate of the Wesley high school. He also attended college at Whittle r, California. Following this he went to El Paso Texas and became an employee in the accounting department of the El Paso Natural Gas Co. In 1947 he was united in marriage to Nell Walker, R. N. The couple established their home at El Paso. The home was blessed with two daughters and one son. He was a member of the Presbyterian church and the Masonic Lodge at El Paso, and active in community life. The couples first daughter died in infancy. Mr. Haynes passed away suddenly Sunday at El Paso. He is survived by his wjfe, children, Jimmie and Ann, his parents Mr. and Mrs. Pearly Haynes, Sr., Wesley; 2 brothers and 5 sisters, Harley Haynes, Ft. Worth, Tex.; Erwin Haynes, Fail-field; Mrs. R. W. (Evelyn) Saunche; Mrs. William (Martha) Nadelhoffer, both Eau Claire, Wise.; Mrs. Steven (Irene) Howard, Shenandoah, la.; Mrs. William (Donna) Gardner, Carlsbad, Calif,; and Mrs. William J. (Arlean) Hood, Algona. Car Hit Deer Highway patrolman Tom Cogdall reported an accident which occured at 7:15 Friday evening 1/2 mile west of town on the McGregor street blacktop. Driver of a 19C1 Rambler was Gary Lee McCullough, 17 of West Bead, who struck and killed a deer. Damage to the car was estimated at approximately $175. Mother Succumb* Word has been received that Mrs. Sophie Waldera, mother of Romie Waldera, died at St. Joseph's hospital, St. Paul, Monday evening after having suffered a stroke Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Waldera left Wednesday for Jamestown, N. D. where the funeral will be held Friday. Young Wesleyan Promoted In Hospital Job Wilfred F. Loebig Jr., a native of Wesley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Loebig, has just been appointed associate administrator of St. Joseph's Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge, it was announced last week. He joined the hospital 'staff in 1963 as assistant administrator, the first layman to ever hold such a position, a position that has developed with growing demands by patients, gov- ermental agencies and industry with problems other than simply caring for the sick. 25 Vehicles Registered In The Post Week A total of 25 new vehicles were . registered at the office of County Treasurer Rosella Voigt here last week. Owners are: Chevrolet - D. K. Mechler, Titonka, pickup; E. B. Wolfe, Algona, truck; Irvin or Lillian Smith, Armstrong; R. L. Koppen, Algona; Jess or Elsie Dugan, Algona; Dean or Doris Dodds, Algona; R. L. Boher, Lone Rock. Ford - Harold Fischer, Swea City; R. E. Kirsch, Bode; W. A, Phelps, Swea City; George McVay, Algona; H. G. Benschoter, Algona; Harley or Elida Brandt, Titonka. GMC - R. D. Schmitt, Algona; \V. M. Knoll, Lone Rock. Dodge - James Meinders, Buffalo Center, van; R. E. Jensen, Lone Rock; M. H. Honsbruch, Alpona. Olrls - I. E. Johnson, Wesley. Plymouth - St. Michael's parish, Whittemore; Vernon or Kathleen Klein, Algoan. Mercury - Wm. or Lola Hippen, LuVerne. Buick - Henry or Irma Bunkofske, Algona ; George or Leona Ferstl, Algona. Imperial - B. A. Frankl, Algeria. Cheryl Lovsfad Honored At Burt Shower BURT - Cheryl Lovstad of Burt was honored at a prenuptial shower at the Burt Legion hall on Saturday evening. Janet Block, a classmate, presided at the guest book. Cheryl, her mother, Mrs. Raymond Lovstad, her grandmother, Mrs. Earl Miller, Algona, and her fiance's mother, Mrs. M. I. Lichter were presented corsages. Mrs. George Manus presented the following program including vocal duet numbers by Lori and Danny Manus, accompanied by Patzy Zwiefel, and a skit by Mrs. Larry Manus and Mrs. Jack Trunkhill. Assisting Cheryl in opening her gifts were Susan and Sandra Lovstad, Mrs. Jim Droegemueller, Darlene and Donna Miller and Jill Smith. Mrs. Victor Garmon presided at the coffee service. Cheryl will become the bride of Raymond Lichter at St. Cecelia's church, Algona, on Friday, Nov. 26. Hostesses were Marian Westling, Phyllis Wiener, Ruby Hinckley, Lydia and Arlene Manus, Dorothy Bernau, Leola Gardner, Evelyn Angus, Ruth Long, Hazel Teeter, Mary Jane Dugan, Helen Smith, Mary Jean Andrews, Elsie Lockwood, Aleeda Harms, Harriet Black, Ida Belle Black, Velma Cook, Doris Larson, Janice Trunkhill, Bertha Willrett, Gloria Presthus, Thelma Meister, Ella Mae Cherland, Esther Miller, Benita Mitchell, Esther Schrader, Muriel Ackerman, Lucille Hoover, Viola Cunningham, jtiarge Lavrenz, Ruth Alice Patterson, Thelma Lappe and Diane Bunkofske. - o - Burt Band Mothers Thursday night voted to incorporate the revised and up to date by-laws of the organization into a constitution. The group also voted to serve the Lions Ladies Night dinner on Monday, Dec. 20, and also the annual Land Bank banquet on Jan. 18. Mrs. Larry Coney, band director, brought the Band Mothers up to date on the activities of the band and presented Diane Miller and Norma Harms in a clarinet duet accompanied by Nancy Becker. Hostesses were Mesdames E. J. Cherland, Magdalene Ortman, Gerald Soderburg, Curt Person. Rev. Merlin C. Davies, Burt, was one of 50 Iowa Methodist ministers chosen to attend the Aerospace Institute at Simpson College, Indianola. On Tuesday all attending boarded an Air Force plane to Houston, Texas to tour and learn more of the aerospace program. Union Thanksgiving services for members of the Burt Presbyterian and Methodist churches will be held at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, Nov. 24 at the Presbyterian church. The Rev. Bruce The Bright Sound Of Radio KLGA FOR BETTER LISTENING KEEP TUNED ALL DAY LONG TO THE 1600 SPOT KLGA Radio 1600-ALGONA Calbreath will deliver the Thanksgiving message. A 9 Ib. 5 oz. baby girl arrived at 6 a. m. Sunday, Nov. 20, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Resler, San Diego, Calif. The little miss, who was named Dena Christine, is the first child in the family. Her mother is the former Judy Abbas, formerly of Burt. The proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Abbas, Cross Lake, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. DavidResler, Remer, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Steward, Burt and Mrs. Florence Bagby, Forest City, are great grandparents. The Rev. Perry O. Hansen> Sr.', lola, Kansas, father of Rev. Perry 0. Hansen, Jr., former pastor of the Burt Methodist church was honored on his 90th birthday anniversary on Sunday, Nov. 21 at his lola home. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cook and Miss Eleanor Movick, Ottosen, spent the weekend at the CLOSING OUT home of the Cook's daughter and family, the Pete Olsons, Harlan. Mr, and Mrs.'Don Mitchell spent Saturday night and Sunday with her mother, Mrs. L. C. Williams, Welcome. , Joyce Angus, Ft. Dodge, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Angus. Pvt. Duane Willrett arrived home on Friday evening to enjoy a 12-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Willrett. FARM AUCTION At I hove taken over the K & H tank wagon business in the Algona area, I will sell my personal property on the farm located 2% miles north of Highway 18 and 169 junction at Algona or 6 miles south of Burt on Highway 169 on Wednesday. Dec. 1 Lunch wagon on ground 1 P.M. MACHINERY 1954 Case Model D.C. tractor, eagle hitch, live power, foot clutch, dual hydraulic, only about 500 hours put on motor since it was completely overhauled Case 4-row cultivator for D.C. 1939 F-20 tractor with H or M hydraulic pump 1936 John Deere B tractor, runs good 1955 M.M. semi-mounted 4-row cornplanr- er, insecticide attachments 1961 Kewanee 14'/2 ft. wheel tandem disc with greasiest bearings 4-section I.H.C. flexible drag 1954 Case 3-bottom 16 in. plow, eagle hitch 1956 Case 420 2-row mounted corn picker, with mounting for D.C. Case 1955 Kewanee model 300 46-ft. groin elevator, P.T.O. Case 4-row rotary hoe 1963 John Deere model 127 stalk cutter 1964 Continental sprayer, trailer type, 8 row boom with drops 1964 Inhorfor 4-row directed spray boom Olson stalk rake 2 Case 2-way hydraulic cylinders 1964 Case 4-wheel farm trailer with 9:2E- x 14 in. rubber tires, Broyhill hoist, 6x17, ft. Emmerson wood barge box 1964 Wesrendorf 4-whccl form trailer 8:00 x 14 in. rubber tires, Broyhill hoist, (> K 17, ft. Dultmeier barge box, wood floor, met • al sides Clinton 4-wheel trailer HOG EQUIPMENT 3 Walsh steel farrowing crates, 1 year old Little Red Hen portable heater with thermostat 1'/2 ton Husky steel hog feeder, like new Small round hog feeder Pride of the Farm pressure double hog ware re r 2 I.H.C. electric fencers 1950 G.M.C. % Ion Pickup. Good fires, runs good. TERMS: Cash, or make arrangements with clerk before sale. No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents should any occur. CARROLL WILLRETT, owner CLERK - The Lone Rock Bank AUCTIONEERS - Quinn and Leek 9:30 a.m. MORNING SALE 9:30 a.m Registered and High Grade HOLSTEINS nVfS-'', 1 ^' mT' 1 ° f ttlK ;. <lili . 1 ,' y busi " ess . I will sell my he rd of Holsteins on the farm located 3 miles south and iy> miles t Wotlwi, 01 o miles west, 0 miles north and V/._, miles west of Britt; or G miles north and 2'/o miles east of Wesley, on . . . . Thursday, December 2nd ,* , K , . Cow Date Date Cow .Name Age No. Fre<h Bred MILLIE RUBY JUDY RPI 1 OCtl^Li 1 A'MP J/VJlCi MAKGIE PENNY r» h K jf ri/Vflrl cpi: /*if 31 I-*. IS. MEMORY CD/IT 3rU 1 LOLA NETTIE 1 1 TfV LUCY GRACE CHRISTIE tLM A KJrVV MAlNlJY D PTU Ot.1 H MOLLY LJ A 7E*I HA/ChL SUSIE A I \M A ALMA IRMA Days Lbs. % Fat In Milk Milk Fat Lbs. ?. yrs " 1 1-27 Due 1-15-66 286 14,530 3.5 506 Incomplete I yrs " 2 11-12-65 292 17,930 3.3 599 Ju.tFre.h 2 yrs> 3 1-21 Due 1-17-66 292 16,300 3.1 513 7 yrs. 4 11-19 7 yrs. 5 4-17 8- 8 6 yrs. 6 Due 11-29 6 yrs. 7 Due 11-28 6 yrs. 8 Due 11-31 5 yrs. 9 n-22 4 yrs. 10 11-20 7 yrs. 11 11.J4 4 yrs. 12 Due 11-25 4 yrs. 13 Due 1- 8-66 4- 1 3 yrs. 14 11-14 3 yrs. 15 Due 11-24 3 yrs. 16 2- 9 7-21 3 yrs. 17 4-19 4 yrs. 18 5-2- 7-23 4 yrs. 19 2-5 3-23 4 yrs. 20 5-10 6-10 5 yrs. 21 7-10 8-31 2. yrs. 22 11- 1 I'/z yrs. 23 Open 13 good HEIFERS to start calfing January 13 through March 1 BULL 1 ytar old oul of Ruby with 599 pound) fat 1 BULL 1 year old out of Lucy with 503 pounds fat 10 small HEIFER and BULL CALVES 304 13,230 3.5 466 Just Fresh 206 10,940 3.3 361 Registered 324 19,260 3.3 629 318 19,230 3.3 635 318 18,440 3.2 591 278 14,890 3.4 513 I 317 13,300 3.5 460 Just Fresh 297 13,360 3.8 503 Just Fresh 263 13,970 3.7 510 225 9,960 3.3 331 293 14,880 3.4 503 Just Fresh 265 11,650 3.5 402 273 12,300 3.7 452 204 6,550 3.4 224 191 7,660 3.5 271 277 7,600 3.5 263 183 7,340 3.1 227 122 6,500 3.5 225 Daughter of Jane Registered, not on test yet Daughter of Jane Registered EQUIPMENT 300 gallon Dari Kool all etainlet* steel BULK TANK, used 2 yr». 2 medium size Surge BUCKETS with narrow inflation shells 15 gallon Surge WATER HEATER 10" EXHAUST FAN for milk room with th«rroo»ta,t, 1 year old Mr. Cink has bought and used the best of herd sires besides some artificial breeding for many years and it has paid off in better production. The record* speak for themselves. Some of his later sires have be,en Ravenglen Buster Triune 1394421 sired by Ravenglen Re* Triune and darned by Ravenglen Paupette Triune from the Robert L. Hunter herd of A'jiitiocb, III. and Hawkeye Creamelle Captain 1437844 »ired by Hawkeye Wi# Captain Design and darned by Blanch Winona Creamelle from the Ronald Chapman and Pomer- onke herd of Ruthven, la. Mr. Cink will try to have the production information on these sires by sale day. 3 REGISTERED HOLSTEINS: Jane Geens Cornation Imperial 4603090 sired by Geens Carnation Banheur Burke 1259435, darned by Miss Lochinvan Imperial Ollie 4011832, born Dec. 3, 1957. Jane ha* 2 daughters selling in this sale. Alma-Rich-Herd Geen Corna- tion 6092906 bom July 28, 1963 and fresh Nov. 1, 1965 with bull calf. Irma-Rich-Herd Geens Coraation 6092907 born May 30, 1964 and open. Both *ired by Rich-Herd Top Notch 12353.29 TERMS: CASH or make arrangements with your banker before the sale. No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents should any otcur. ED CINK, Owner AUCTIONEERS: Charley Quinn and Jack DeVriet CLERK: Tito**, Saving,

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