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Last Rites For L E. Colwell On Nov. 22 Irvinglon — Funcrnl services for L. E. Colwell, well known retired Irvington farmer and auctioneer was held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 22 at Algona Pr.es- , byterian Church, Rev. M. H. Brower officiating. Burial was at Irvington Cemetery. He was a member of Irvington Presbyterian church. Six grandsons were pallbearers, Keith, Neil and Tom Colwell, and Barrel, Gary and Dennis 4—Algona (Ib.) Upper De* Moines Tuesday, Nov. 29, 1960 Davis. Honorary pallbearers were Chris Gales, George Winkel. J. A. Burns, Mark Insko, Herman Becker and Matt Seize r. Mr Colwell died Sunday morning at Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge, after a short illness and following surgery. He was 72 years of nge. He was born Dec. STOP FREEZING here's heat you can take anywhere A Knipco portable heater keeps you warm indoors or out... just pick it up and take it with you, plug in any 115 v. AC outlet and flip the switch. Circulating warm air pours out instantly. The Knipco "Super-75" weighs only 45 pounds; runs 9 to 14 hours on a tankful of kerosene or No. 1 fuel oil; puts out as much heat as a furnace in a 5 room house for only 8c an hour. Use it to preheat engines, thaw pumps, "spot heat" outside areas, circulate warm air indoors. Stop by and let us show you one in action. Larger sizes also available. BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1C, 1887, a sun or Jerome and Janet Black Colwcll at Bnrnam, Iowa. He was reared on a farm south of Bainam. attended schuo. there, and lalft attended an auc- tioneering school in Chicago. He also engaged in farming at Bar-i nam, Fort Dod^c. West Bend, Livermoic and moved to Irvington in 1035. He retired five years ago and moved into Irvington Mr Colwell auctioneered many farm sales and also at cattlt Sales at the Etmnetslnu K Sale bain. lie was married to Florence Ilene Fowler of Knierim, la. on July 20, l!)l(i. 3ae survives as do four children Harold. Algona, Mrs B. O. Davis, Irvington. Charles of St. Benedict and Mr.'- Lee Vander Waal of Iowa City; 15 grandchildren and 2 brothers. Hugh of Algona and Floyd of Dakota City, la.'One son Eugene was killed in a car wreck in April HI52. A host of oul-ol'-lowu relatives and friends attended funeral. Mi- and Mrs Uobert Skilling were dinner guests on Thanksgiving Day at the home of her sister, Mr and Mrs Forbes Stilt/. in Livermore. •Jacob Garmann, 93, of Minneapolis who formerly farmed near here — has been reported on sick list but relatives who have visited him the past week say lie is recovering very well now. He makes his nomc with his twin daughters in Minneapolis. Eldon Altman of Minneapolis spent Thanksgiving Day with his parents Mr and Mrs John Altman. Mr Chris Gales is enjoying a visit with his sisters, Mrs Helen Lanlry of Minneapolis, Mrs Mary Shirley and Hose Gales of Waterloo. They will be with him through next week. tht their Bca- theu i Vir- 1015 N. Main Algona, la. CY 4-3451 PUBLIC AUCTION 1 will hold a. complete closing out public sale at my farm located: 6 miles north, one-half mile east and one-half mile north of Bancroft; or. SVz miles east and one-half mile north of Swea City; or 6 miles west-.and one-half mile north of Lakota; or 2 miles west and I 1 ,2 miles south of Ledyard. on Wednesday, Dec.7 • SALE TO START AT 12:30 O'CLOCK MURPHY LUNCH WAGON ON THE GROUNDS LIVESTOCK 30 HEAD OF CATTLE — 7 Black Cows with third and fourth calves at side. 6 White Face Cows with third and fourth calves at side. 2 White Face Heifers with first calves at side. 5 Black White Face and Red White Face Bull Calves. 10 Black White Face and Red While Face Heifer "Calves. Cows were with good While Bull from June 12 to August 15. Cows are Bang's Tested and Heifer Calves vre Calfhood Bang's vaccinated. These are good quality calves and leady to be weaned. 19 HEAD OF SHEEP — 10 good mouth young Black Face Ewes. 9 good Black Face Ewe Lambs. A Good Black Face Buck was turned with these Ewes Sept. 7. 120 HEAD OF HOGS — 20 Feeder Pigs about 165-175 Ibs. 55 Pigs about 60 Ibs. 45 Pigs weaned about one month. These pigs are out of Hamp-Monlana Sows and Black Poland Boar. Good Neighbors Pick Corn For Seneca Farmer CHICKENS: About . now. 400 Ghostly Pearls, year-old hens, laying good FARM MACHINERY John Deere A Traclor, 1949, with Powrlrol; Ford Tractor, 1948; John Deere 15-ft. Disc; Ford 2-14 Raydex Plow; Ford 2-row Cultivator front and rear; John Deere 2-row Cultivator; John Deere 999 Planler; John Deere Binder Wiridrower; New Idea 7-fl. Trailer Type Power Mower; New Idea 4-bar Side Delivery Rake; John Deere 4-seclion Spring Tooth Harrow; John Deere Endgaie Seeder; Oliver 2-16 Ray- aex Plow; Oliver 3-14 Raydex Plow; Lindsay 4-seclion Harorw; 1952, Massey-Harris Manure Loader, with snow bucket; 1952 GMC % Ion Pickup. In perfect condition; 1952 Woods Bros. Combine with motor; John Deere Model H Spreader; No, 43 John Deere PTO Sheller, 2 years old; Gehl 10-ft. PTO Hammermili; New Holland 76 Baler; Three IHC Rubber-Tired Trailers; Two Flare Boxes; One 6 x 12 Heider Box; One Walk-In Hog Feeder; Bale Rack; Two Hog Waler- ers; Three Steel Wagons; Set 11 x 28 Tractor Chains; Set 12 x 38 Tractor Chains; 4 John Deere Wheel Weights; 300-gal. Gas Barrel And Stand; 'Jerl Power Mower; Electric Egg Washer; Electric Brooder; Chicken Waterers, Chicken F«s4er.s,. Electric Chteken Water Heater; 50-fl. 6-in. Endless Rubber Belt; DeLaval Cream Separator; Perfection Milking Machine with Sears Buckels and pipeline for 12 cows; Walking Plow; 2 Fenders For John Deere A; Lawn Mower and Garden Tools. • . BUILDINGS — Brooder House, 12 x 16; Feed Shed, 12 x 12; Brooder House, 12 x 12. Kitchen Cabinet. 30-gal. Gas Water Heater. 2-piece Living Room Suite, Wardrobe, Chifferobe, 2 Rockers, 3 Feather Beds, Chairs. Fruit Jars. 4 Crocks, Dish.es. Curtains and Hods, Shades, and many, many other items. TERMS; CASH or make arrangemenls with your banker before the K«l*. No property lo be removed from the premises until settled for. Not responsible for accidents should any occur. QUINN fc YUNGEBERG, Auctioneers, FARMERS & TRADERS SAVINGS BANK, Clerk. Seneca — Friends and neighbors of the Andrew Stefanskis gathered at their farm Wednesday afternoon and husked and cribbed 60 acres of corn for them. Mr Stefanski has been ill and hospitalized for several : \vcelcs this fall. Men bringing pickers included Eugene Bollig, Paul Bernhard, Robert. Bin/in, Harold Shoe-key, and Harold Fischer operated the Slefanski picker. Ted Jensen brought an .elevator lo help crib the corn. Others helping build cribs and unload corn included Tommy Nelson, Henry Looft, Lester Osborn. Ralph Shockey, Charles Osborn, Clarence Osborn, Calvin Vaudt, Clarence Menz, Williard Thompson and Earl Berg. Women furnishing lunch foi the men after they finished theii task included Mrs Pearl Fischer Mrs Paul Bernhard, Mrs'Calvin Vaudt, Esther Osborn, and Mrs Florence Schotenkick. Annual Dinner The Vaudt family had theii annual Thanksgiving and 'Christmas dinner Sunday al the Whit temorc Lulheran church with I he Lawrence Gades as hosts Present for the occasion were parental Waller Vaudts, Mr and Mrs Elmer Maans, Mr and Mr Harlan Vaudt. and family, Mrs J H. Wehrspann and Mrs Augus Vaudt, all of Whitlemorc, M: and Mrs Calvin vatidt and famj ly and Mr and Mrs John Struec- ker and family and the Eugene- Vaudts, all of Fcnlon, Mr and Mrs Don Morrow of Des Moines, Mrs Harold Behnke of Sac City and Ann Vaudt of Mankato. Mr and Mrs Laurence Johannesen and Larry, accompanied by Mrs Martin Wilberg spent Sa- lurday in St. Paul where they visited with Kalhryn Johannesen and Lois Wilber^. Lois, who attends St. Olaf College, was spending the weekend with Kathryn. <^%J!R Mr and Mrs Henry Looft• accompanied. Mr and Mrs Gurrit De Waard lo DCS Moines Sunday where they visited the Dick Loofts and made the acquaintance of their new grandson, Jeffrey David. Euroute to Des Moines they visited with the John llenrichsen family at Ames. Mrs Clarence Men/; entertained the Thursday club at her home Friday. The group voted to give lo the Tree of Lights a gift of 50 cents per member. The next meeting will be the Christmas party al the home of Mrs Cecil Langerman Dec. 16. At llus time yecrtiL-.^jsters will be revealed by receivinu a Christmas gift from her. Mrs Earl Preston had charge of the entertainment. Mrs Elmer Hanisch was a guest. Mr and Mrs William Orthc'. and baby daughter of Titonka wen Saturday evening callers at the Elmer Williams Mr and Mrs Henry Looft entertained at Thanksgiving dinner Wednesday evening ..their son uud iuirilly, the Jack Luufli ol Rochester. Minn., Mr and Mrs Elmer Horstmnn and Sara of Britt. Mr and Mrs Gerrit De Waard ol Wesley and Mrs Bertha Pommei of Algona. Thanksgiving gue.sts at Charles Beavers included son and family, the James vi is of E:ilhci'villc and daughter and baby son, the K\\ Gardncis. Mr and Mrs Kinneth Andre- iiiul family had Thanksgiving, with Ins parents, the John Andres of Kmmctsbiirg. Others pre- M-tit wen- Mr and Mrs Malt An diTsoti and daughter. Mary Graettinger, and the grandmotn- cr. Mrs Margaret Andre, also o! Graeltinger. Mr and Mrs Wallace Simpson and Mr and Mrs Henry Sehulb dl Wlu'ttcmorc were Krida> evening guests of the Evercti VVitham:*. Officers "of tin.- Seneca Stars 4-11 club and their leader Mrs Alfred 1'etersen attended the 4-H county Officers Training School held Saturday afternoon al Algona. Arlene Karels Is Honored At Lakota Shower Lakota — Arlene Karels was honored at a miscellaneous shower at the Lutheran church Monday evening. Mrs Henry Steenhard was in charge of the program. She gave a reading Devotions were given by Beverly Cushman. Donna Hertzke sang a solo, accompanied by Mrs Kenneth Aukes. Rita Werinca read "The Checkered Apron." Caroine Groff accompanied Cannon Hook and Carolyn Ley as they >ang, Carolyn 1'aitlson gavr ;> •ending and Vivian Winter play- d the piano while lunch was served. Arlene was assisted in opening KT gifts by Alice Karels. Mrs Arnold Karels and Beverly Cush- Tian. Pouring at the lunch table were Mrs Roy Hinz and Mrs Ber- iard Winter. Hostesses were Mesdames Otto Karels, Vincent Miller, Kenneth Aukes, Merle Cushman, Henry Steenhard, Harley Rusher, Charles Osborn, Lawrence Dolf, Dave Fricts, Albert Johnson. Harold Hinz, John Karels Jr.. Joe Presthus, Otto Glawe and Nick Thomsen. Arlene was married at St. Paul's Lutheran church Saturday evening to Dean Meyer, son ot Mrs George Meyer. . ) sen. Mrs Alvin Rippentrop gave an article. Miriam circle of the Presbyterian church met Thursday with Mrs Robert Beemer with Mr:\ ernon Smith co-Hostess. Mrs 1. K Wortman gave devotions and the lesson was given by Mrs i'dil Ger/cma. Mary circle of the Presbyterian i luirch met Thursday evening with Mrs Pearl Smith as hostess ;.nd »Mrs Robert Ruby as co-hos- u ss. Mrs Don Boyd gave devotions and the lesson was given by Mrs Andrew Jansen. Mrs V A Barrett gave an article and Mrs Marian Kruse presented the program to the members. Business Sold Thomas and Robert Thompson have sold their bog buyint 1 business to Wilson and Co. oi Albert Lea. Roger D. Harper will take over that part of the stock operation for Wilson's. T h e Thompsons will still be buying and selling cattle, hogs, and sheep. The Boy Scouts have beei. taking orders tor Christmas wreaths and sprays. The wreaths and sprays are all hand made of freshly cut boughs and an nicely decorated with crisp rod ribbons and sparkling painted cones. man, Estherville, at the-Laurence Bergman home. The Laurence Geit/enuaer family, u'.ne Rock, at, the C. J. Stauder home. Mrs Lula Quinn, Jane Wolf, Maureen Quinn, Omaho, at the Gene Wolf home, Mrs Rose Murphy was a guest of Mrs Nellie Lupin. Mrs Frank Bauer at the Ed Bauer home. Mt and Mrs'Perry Tori IK; spent a few days with their daughter Mrs Howard Na(.'(•! and family and were gue.sts of their granddaughter in Fair- nvrfit, Mr and Mrs Uichard Men- Ice at the Tom Lensing home, Whittemore, and Alice Menke Estherville was also present. Art Priebe Leads Jr. Rifle Club Art Priebe of Lone Rock, Iowa has been selected Adult Club Leader of the newly organized rifle club, The Lone Rock Jr. Sharpshooters Club, the National Rifle Association announced hcrc-to attend, today. Membership in the new junior rifle club will be restricted to youngsters under U) years of age. The recently chartered group elected officers. Aim of the club, like thousands of others similarly chartered by the National Rifle Association of America, is to teach youngsters the fundamentals of good marksmanship and safe firearms handling on the target range and in the hunting fields. Mount Lasscn, the only active U.S. in California volcano in . is the Open House Tilonka — The children of Mr and Mrs Amos Krominga are holding open house in honor of Mr and Mrs Krominga's 40th wedding anniversary Sunday afternoon from 2 to 5. It will be held in the fellowship hall of the Titonka Methodist church. No invitations relatives being sent friends arc' and all invited YOU SAW IT ADVERTISED IN THE UPPER DES MOINES Frank Bauer Is Still Critical After Mishap Bancroft — Frank Bauer was seriously injured in truck accident two weeks ago. is showing some improvement but still remains on the critical list in an Estherville hospital. who a 2- Chrislmas Plans The Lakota Community Club met Monday night 'to enjoy a family style ham dinner served by the Auxiliary. The president was absent frottt the meeting, so the vice president presided. Don Boyd is president and Carl Gerzema is vice president. Paul Kockler as secretary read the minutes of I he last meeting and they were approved, Paul also gave the treasurer's report, which shs-.ved $217.48 on hand. Their Christmas plans will be the same as last year. President Boyd will appoint committees that are necessary and on motion it was agreed that two prizes. one for boys and one for girls, would be given uway similar to the bicycle program of 1059. It was also decided that the Club would conduct a Christmas home decorating contest with three prizes to be given for different categories ot electorial or other house decorations. Supt. • John Cook and Jerry McMullen showed a film, "Market Place, USA". Get Stale Aid The Lakota School has received a total of $9,780.42 in funds from general state aid. There were 6)4 high school districts and 1,086 non-high school districts eligible for general aid. Adenoids Removed Paula and Terry Krominga were patients at the Mercy Hospital in Mason City Thursday night. They had their adenoids out. They returned home Friday. Sister Passes A. A. Droessler received word Tuesday of the death of his sislei Barbara Schiltz, wife of Joseph Schiltz. • Elizabeth. 111. A. A. Droessler and some of his children attended the funeral there Thursday. John Drosseler, and Gerald White also went for the funeral. Attend Wedding Mr and Mrs Cletis Dorr and Arliss. visited Friday with Roslee Dorr. Mason City, and drove to Volger City Saturday to attend the wedding of Patrick Doocy. son of Mr and Mrs T. R. Doocy of Ledyard. Thanksgiving Guests Thanksgiving guests at various homes were Bob Buyer at the Gordon Dudding home, Mrs John Bauer and Greg and Donna Berg- Santa Claus Is In A Class By Himself —When It Comes To Saving Money— Whole families are delighted to "feed" (his Santa Bank and watch it grow fat. Turn your small 'change into real Christmas money. This colorful coin bank is suitable for practical use or for Christmas decorative purposes and is gift boxed and makes a delightful present for a home or to a child or an adult. AVAILABLE UNTIL CHRISTMAS FOR ONLY $1.00 WITH THE OPENING OF A NEW ACCOUNT OR BY MAKING AN ADDITION TO YOUR PRESENT ONE. - WHILE OUR SUPPLY LASTS -. Home Federal Savings & Loan OF ALGONA, IOWA COMPLETE CLOSING - OUT SALE WILL START AT 12:30 PUBLIC AUCTION METHODIST LADIES WILL SERVE . LUNCH In order lo setlle the eslale, we will offer all of the personal properly al Public Auction on Ihe farm, located l!/2 mile Wesl and 1 l /z North of Wesley or from Sexton 3 Miles East on Highway No. 18 Ihen 1'/z mile North on THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8th 1950 Allis Chalmers WD LPTO, Hydra Controls. Perfect Condition, New Baltery, Winterized, .Fluid in Tires. 1948 Ford F-3 3 /4 Ion Heavy Duly Truck, w/S x 7'/ 2 ' Box, 50,000 Act. Miles, Winlerized, A-l. 1957 IHC Cornplanter 160 Rods Check Wire. 1941 Allis Chalmers Fluid In Tires, Winlerized, A Good Clean Tractor. COMPLETE LINE OF FARM MACHINERY Two Fire Calls The Lakota fire department was called two times lasl week. Saturday morning they were called to the Albert GoeU farm lo put oul a tractor fire. Mr Goetz was filling the tractor with gas when the lank caught on fire. He drove the tractor away from the gas barrel. Most of the wiring system was burned. 'l,]ues- day noon they were called to put out a grass fire at the city dump. Opens Station Maurice Blome has opened the former Walter Meyer Standard station. He returned home- in September after serving four years in the United Stairs Air Force. Maurice's lather, the late Harry Blome, had owned and operated a Standard fetation on Highway 0 north of town. Circle Meetings Esther circle of terian church met the home of .Mrs witii Mrs William the IVesby- Tliursda'y al J. E. Ukena Schroi'der as co-hostess. Devotions we're given by Mrs Albert Rippentrop and the 'Ji/^uii by Mio :Ancht\v Jan- 1950 ALLIS CHALMERS 60 Combine A-l Shape 1953 ALLIS CHALMERS 3-14" Mounted Plow 1949 NEW IDEA 2-row Corn Picker FARMER'S FRIEND 40 ft. Elevator JOHN DEERE 15 ft. Disc JOHN DEERE Manure Spreader-on Rubber STAN HOIST Hydra Manure Loader mtd-for-WD PAPEC Hammermili 21 inch Rolary self-propelled Mower with B & S Motor — New Condilion Four Wheeled Flare Box Trailer on rubber JOHN DEERE Side Rake Harrow 4 section, w/folding Steel Evener Four Wheeled Trailer, st. Box on Rubber ALLIS CHALMERS 2-16" Slat Botton Plow ALLIS CHALMERS 2-iovf Cult. mtd. for WD ALLIS CHALMERS 2-*ow Cult. mtd. for WC JOHN DEERE Mower End-Gale Seeder — Stalk Rake CLIPPER Fanning Mill w/full set Screens JOHN DEERE Hay Loader 8 ft. Windrower Hayrack and Steel Wheeled Running Gear LITTLE GIANT 36 ft. Elevator-Speed Jack HOUSEHOLD GOODS & CAR 1951 OLDSMOBILE — 4 door MAYTAG Washing Machine — square lub WHIRLPOOL ELECTRIC DRYER, perfect cond. SCHMOLLER & MUELLER Piano and Bench DUO THERM Oil Healer with fan. IRONRITE Ironer in Walnut cabinet — like new Gas Heater — Gas Cook Stove — Bunk Beds 48 inch Bed — Milk Pasturizer — Elec. Heater Sludio Couch — Laundry Cart — Misc. Chairs Wear Ever Salad Maker — Cupboards 48 .inch Steel Kitchen Sink — Commode — V/ Morning Healer — Night Stand and misc. items FEED & BUILDINGS 75 bu. FALL RYE for Feed or Seed 10 ton TIMOTHY Hay — 250 Bales Straw 2 — 8' x 18' Portable Feeding Floors 2 — 8' x 18' and 1 — 12' x 1$' Port. Hog Houses 1 — 8 x 16 Port. Hog Houses;' 1 — 8 x 16 Brooder House 1 — 8 x 10 Brooder House; 2 — 9 x 12 Brooder Houses 1 — 16 x 32 Chicken house — built for grain storage 1 -r- 1000 bu. Green'Gable Corn Crib 1 — 800 bu. Green Gable Corn Crib 1 — 8' x 10' NORTON Walk-In Hog Feeder Also miscellaneous lumber MISCELLANEOUS — Pump Jack, ',2 H.P. Electric Motor, Rotary Hoe Attach, for Cull., Separalor, Emery Wheel, Electric Brooder, Roll-A-Way Nest, Misc. Feeders, Several Trojan Hog Walerers, Steel Tanks, Lamps, Pans and Troughs, Steel Fan-owing Crate, Portable Hog Chule, Steel Feeder, Wood Feeders, 6x8 Truck Box, Oil Barrels, 410 ga. Shot Gun. Air Rifle, 2-Gun Racks, Fire Extinguisher, 110 Gal. Fuel Barrel, 300 Gal. Gas Barrel w/stand, Hand and Fencing fools, some Horse Machinery and other miscellaneous items. TERMS: CASH — NO PROPERTY TO BE REMOVED UNTIL SETTLED FOR — NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS Clet West, Dutch Leek; Auctioneers Exchange State Bank, Wesley; Clerk

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