The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 29, 1959 · Page 14
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6-Algona Ho.) Upptr ftes Molrtci Thursday, Jan. 29; 1959 lr I" W- ' ft » p." W:'" Lofts Creek Aid Annual Meeting Held Loae Rock *— Emmanuel Lotts Creek Lutheran church aid held its January meeting, with Mrs Harold Walter and Mrs Art Zumach beginning their second year as officers. President, Mrs Elmer Ruhnke: vice president, Mrs A. R. Willrett: secretary, Mrs Roger Long; trea surer, Mrs Harold Gross. The Flower committee for January was Mrs Franklin Rush and Mrs Tfln Schuller, Rev. Peter conducted a Bible quiz. Mrs Harold Walters and Mrs ] Martin Schoremann are to purchase school curtains and Mrs Martin Peter and Mrs Stanley Opheim had charge of the entertainment. Mr and Mrs Gene Blanchard and family, Mr and Mrs Edward Blanchard spent over the weekend at Ames and Ankeny where they, visited the Delbert Blanchard and Jerry Leaneagh family. Mr and Mrs Harvey Patterson, Canton, Minn,, Mr and Mrs Richard Patterson and Jim of Swea City visited Sunday with Rev. and Mrs C. E. Nordine and family. Mr and Mrs Art Priebe enter-, tained Rev. and Mrs C. E. Nordine and family, Rev. and Mrs Harvey Walker and family of Fenton, Friday evening in honor of their first anniversary. Sunday for dinner the Art Priebe family, Dennis Priebe family and Charles Ramseys and daughter of Mason City ^vere dinner guests at the Ray Priebe home;in Fenton. The Emma Circle met Thursday afternoon with Mrs C. E. Nordine and Mrs Dave Weber assisting, Mrs Milton Madison had the lesson. The Florence Circle met with Mrs Roy Jensen and Mrs Fred Oransfeldt assistingi Mrs E, M. Jensen had the lesson., 'Jo Ella Circle met Thursday with Mrs Ekiward Blanchard and Mrs A. D. Newbrough assisting. Thirteen members were there and Mrs Art Person had the lesson. Six guests were there. " Mrs Mary Flaig, president of the American Legion. Auxiliary at Lone, Rock and Mrs Bernard O'Donnell, Acting County President, attended the Auxiliary Conference in Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Holland Baxter 1 and family, 'Mr and Mrs Leslie Baxter and Alvin attended the silver wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Clarence Kreutner nea« .Ruthven Sunday.- The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Feb. 4th at the Legion Hall with Mrs LeRoy Klepper and Mrs Rose Kraft hostesses. . Mr Keoppel, Sentral Supt. and ,Mrs Donald Blanchard, reading teacher, attended a reading conference at Storm Lake Thursday. . Thursday evening supper guests at the home of Mrs Emma HurlH hurt in honbr of the birthday of her mother, Mrs Martha Rath was • Mrs Rath,, the Lawrence Raths and John, the Junior Hurlburts , and Randy. t , Mrs Martha Rath was honored at a birthday party Sunday 'afternoon at the'Lawrence Rath home •with Mr and Mrs Sylvester Brace ',. and sons and Mr Wm. Rath of LuVerne, Mr and Mrs Junior Hurlburt and Randy ,Mr and Mrs ' Maurice Weisbrod and family, Dale Schroeders and Susan, Dale - Wegeners and family and Mrs Albert Shaser in attendance. 1 Mrs Emma Hurlburt accompanied Mrs Albert Shaser to Estherville Wednesday where they visited Mr Shaser who is a patient at" the Holy Family hospital. ' Mr and Mrs Leslie Baxter and Alvin attended a birthday party 1 Friday ' evening for Mrs John Schallin at her home. Mr and -Mrs John Sones of Sioux Rapids spent Sunday visit- injg Mrs Maude Blanchard. For dinner they were guests of the 'Donald Blanchard family along *syith the Wendell Stevens. *'. Dinner and supper guests Friday at the Herman Kramer 1 home were Mr and Mrs Philo •' 'Tabor and Mrs O, C. Tabor of '">. Humboldt and. Agnes Tabor of i,. West Bend, 1 y"Mr and Mrs Lawrence Dittmer , went tp .Rochester, Friday, and /jMary Ann accompanied them '; J$me (or the weekend. Sunday Y they were dinner guests at the ,\ ,C.iaj-ence Seimer home at'Irving- ; '' f° n> " " ' * 'iiMr and, Mrs A, A. Krueger and OKjiroit "called Sundav afternoon * j$. Fairmont on.Mrs L, Krueger; ^J^rsi'Merle JHansen and Mr and ' SlOTS Harold^ Krueger, - , Emma Radig and son and.Mr& Leand family of tailed Sunday after. geraW Bftdigs. MaprWn Peter, Mr M-ahd'Mjrs -^,ar|j|i ghoremann, Pear] ;'an'd. James-Lifding of Ste- Ne£/iijfcre sunper -guests It me'Cr^?W Jte4te home. ".'AMrs.'Delbm Geitzen- Fenton Going (lamping, Regardless Of Weather, This Week Ninefeen tCotiuih Junior 4-H leaders will go winter camping Jan. 3d to Feb. 1 ai the State 4-H Camp neat Madrid. Members planning to attend are —Jean Keith, Ann Smith, Madonna Gisch bnd Madonna Erpelding of Algo* na; Mariarin Schade, Burt; Judy Naffiiger, LuVerne. Marilyn Johannesen, Seneeal Janet Walker and Caren Ha- mse, Swea City; and Louise Skow, Wesley; Dean Dodds, Algona; Jerry England, Darrell Berkland and Earl Jenlz, Fenton; Tom Kurre. Pat Vatke, Allen Dumstorff, Baft* crdfi; Philip Fisher, Jf., Wesl Bend, and Daniel Skow, Wesley. The gtoup will be eceompanled by Mary Staudt, county extension home econ> omist and Robert C. Johnson, assistant county extension director. The Kossuth delegation will be joined by older 4-H 'members from Mitchell County for the weekend. Members have an opportunity to learn the latest in career opportunities, develop recrea-' tion leadership, enjoy folk dancing, ice skating and tobagganing. Scout Banquet At Leikota, Feb. 9 A ~. and Cub Scout Knotft^fS 1 Tuesday afternoon to lay for a Father and Ban B which will be held Ifefe. ff'tt sehoolhottse, dockets wflt sale early rte*t Mveek at tfil D ftrtd H Cafe. • The battquet 18 being limited 100 plates. Close to 60 Will held in reserve for the Scouts and their fathers and the first interested ones will get the oth&ffc ' Ruth Krueger. Gerald Angus and Jand accom-t panied Mr and Mrs Harold Angus to Pilsbury College at Owatonna, Minn, Saturday where they visited Toni Angus who is a student there and also in the evening they attended a basketball game in which he played. Mr and Mrs Clifford Juhl of Forest City, Mr and Mrs Ira Button of Algona were guests Sunday at the Wallace McArthur home. 'Mr and Mrs Charles Morris and ftuth Krueger, Mr and Mrs P. M. Christenson and Mervin, and Will Christenson attended the funeral of Mrs J. M. Jensen at Ringsted Wednesday. She was a 'sister of P. M, and Will Christenson. Mr 'and Mrs James Thul and son, Mrs Cletes Quinn and Jean spent the weekend Quinn home, at the Jadt Enter 355 4-H Contest Calves Kossuth 4-H'ers have 35§ I.,. calves on feed this year, Merh- bers, leaders and parents and'eft tetision personnel weighed,'tattooed and enrolled the calves during the Christmas vacation. 4'H clubs With the largest number of members and calves Enrolled ih baby beef work are Swea-Harrigon, 23 4 members aac 42 calves; Union 21 members With 4Q calves; Whittemore ID members with 30 calves; Plum Creek 14 members with 28 calves]-St 'Joe 13 members with 23 calves Greenwood 19 calves;' Grant* It calves; Aggressive Lads 1? fialr ves; Fenton 16 calves) -Wesley 15 calves; Eagle ' and' Garfield,, i'2 Closing-Out Farm Sale As I am leaving the farm, I will sell the following at the farm located on the north edge of- Bode, or 10 miles nroth and 3 miles west of Humboldt at public auction on UjB SofceA -ft calves each fifto' fiat* and ' calves eaefc v The high c6st of feeder ^ TUESDAY FEBRUARY 3 LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON MACHINERY — 3 Tractors — • Farmall. 1956, Hagie Sprayer ' "400" IHC Diesel, (H20 hours); ."300" IHC Gas, (1160 hours); 1HC "B" Self-Propelled Hi-Clcp.rance Sprayer; 14 H.P. VVis. Motor, Nylon Rotor Pump', Specie! Filtration, Will Spray 11 Rows. D.D.T. Dusting Machine — Noble, 6-row Gran. D.D.T. Corn Borer Dusiinq Machine To Attach To Hi-Cl»arauce Sprayer. J.D. Combine — 1955 pto "25" With 7-ft. Cutting Bar and Pickup, Real, Windrow Soreader and' straw spreader. Excellent Condition. Corn Picker — 1957 2 MH IHC, Complete with blower pnd extras; used two seasons.. 1958 Corn Planter — "494" John Deere, Hydraulic, Rubber Packers, Fertilizer Attachment, Gandy Insecticide Attachment, Used One Season, 55 T Auto. Pickup Baler ^— 19^5 IHC oto. This is a High Capacity Machine In Excellent Condition. 1952. Dodge Truck — 2 Ton, 2-Specd , Hirsh Hyd. Hoist, Wilson 14-ft. Grain and 'Slock Box, Radio, Heater, Good Tires, Recently Overhauled. 1958 IHC 14-ft wheel Tandem Disc, No. 37. 1958 John Deere Rotary Hoe, 4-section. 1957 Heider, .self Unloading Wagon, 8-ft. Auger, Extensions. 1956 IHC 455 4-row Cultivator. 1956 J. D. Tractor Spring Tooth, 12-ft. 1956 Caswell Loader, IHC mlgs.. Snow Bucket and Blade. 1956 2 IHC No, 52 Trailer, wide H. Duty/ 1956 Heider Tank. Box. 1956 Twin Draulic Tank Box. 1955 John Deere Plow, 3-14, No. 55 A. 1955 David Bradley Tractor Hay Rake. New Idea No. 12 Tractor Spreader. IHC Cult, for "B" Farmall Pneumatic Lift. IHC 22V Tractor Mower, 7-ft. Shaver Hyd. Post Driver, like new. Clipper Fanning Mill with Elevator. 24-ft. John Deere Harrow, folding evener. 22-ft. Ke- HOG EQUIPMENT -^ 14-ft., Norton 275 bu. Feeder; 2 Thieman Feeders, -40 and 60 bu., 30 bu. Jamesway Feeder; 80 gal. Thieman Waterer, etc. This equipment all in good condition. . ,-' SHOP' EQUIPMENT —• Sear's Port. Air Compressor; (high & low pressure); Bench Grinder, etc. with Sickle Grinding. Attachment: Vi in. Electric Drill & Stand; vdry complete Socket Set, HOUSEHOLD EQUIPMENT — 16-ft, I.H.C., Chest Type Freezer, very good; Youngstown Dishwasher, excellent condition; 'Monarch Elec. Range; Slectrolux Vacuum 'Cleaner; 4 chrome chairs; Mahogany Coffee Table; Mahogany Drum Table; wanee Harrow, folding evener. 10-ft. IHC plo Grain Binder Windrowor.'Heat Housers for "400", '300" & "B". Manly 14-ft. ijliak^d 2-whlk irailey with stock rack. 16-ft., 2 wheel Flat Trailer. 18-fl. IHC Disc. 15-ft. Cultipacker. 3 rubber tired Wagons, 2 with boxes. 2 Bale Racks. Hypro Nylon Rotor Pump, never used.. IHC Endgate Seeder. "Cover- Beards for Plow. Tractor Tire Chains, 12 X 38 and 9 X 24. 2-300 gas Barrels, Hoses & Nozzles.. 24-ft. Hay Rack on Wheels. 3 —14-ft. Feed Bunks, 2 like" new, 1 good. International Hiline Fencer, Battery Fencer. 4-rpw, pull type Corn Borer Dusting Machine, gravity flow. APPROXIMATELY '500 BALES EXTRA CHOICE STRAW. POULTRY EQUIPMENT — 12' X 16' Round Roof Brooder House; Range Shelter: 3 automatic Watererst 9 — 10 and 15 hole Nests: Brooder Stoye; F.eeders; Egg Wa&herj Electric Timer. , ,,., Plomb; Easy Tap and Die Set; Dunlap Tap and Die Set; 8 ion Hyd. -Jack; Hyd. Bumper Jack;. Eled Motor- witti Wire Brush Attach; 'Many \Tools, Bolts and other assorted shop equipment. 2 ""channel back Chairs;, Upright Piano; Maple. Youth Bed; Hollywood Bed, etc.; Children's Swing Set', Scooters, Sleds , and other Toys: Craftsman 21-ih. Rotary Mower; Lawn Cart; 'Picnic Table and numerous other articles. , GUY C. .OLSON TERMS: CASH DAY OF SALE. No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for ac cidents. -•• Andersen & Klevei Auctioneers ' Bode State Bank, Clerk^ MACHINERY CLOSING OUT As I am going to quit farming I will have a clos'ng out sale of my farm machinery on the farm located Vi mile east and 3 miles south of Burl bn tin Blacktop, or from Algona, north on Highway 163 to Good Hope Corner, 1 Vz mile east and 2 miles north on Blacktop. Sale Starts at 1:00 PJM, Lunch Wagon On Grounds MACHINERY : Mai-low pi Milton' galls- FARMALL TRACTOR Super C, With Plow, Cultivator & Corn Planter, 2 Years Old! 2 M Mounted Corn Picker — Good Cond. Farmer's Friend Elevator — 46' John Deere Disc — 15' John Deere Harrow — 20' Potato Plow Steel Wheel Wagon — Running Gear Only 4 Wheel Trailer With Flared Box John Deere Horse Planter-With Fertilizer Attachment % McCormick-Deering Cream Separators, 1 large with motor, 1 small without motor OiJ Burning Tank Heater Pump Jack '48 CHEVROLET TRUCK 1V 2 Ton, With Grain Box & Stock Rack, Good Condition. Electric "Little Red Hen" Incubator 100 Egg Capacity v 60 Bales of Straw 1 Cow Many Miscellaneous Farm Items HOUSEHOLD ITEMS 1 Home Comfort Range 1 Bathtub T. V. Antenna with Rotor FOR SALE BY HAROLD CAMPNEY: At this auction, he will sell the following: 1 - 300 Gal, Gas Barrell with Hose and Stand; 1 ~ 9' X 19' Tailor Made Truck Tarp, 6 mos. old; 50 Bales of Straw; 1 - Cement Mixer; 1 - Electric Feriser; 1949 GMC Truck, 14' Box and Hoist, 15,000 Miles, New Motor, TERMS* CASH or make-\ arrangements before sale, No property to be removed until settled for. """" responsible for accidents should any occur. ' ; ^MV ' - ' M w& v v llUUFAilfiA A Ruff^nlAtflll ^HH> WHff «Br^^B^^^^ ^IffF IP^P WB ^jlff ^H^ ^^w fl^^p ^^p m^p i^W ^^pP^ ^tff i^Pw ^^BffPIP ^HB^ ^HHJIH ^p^Hpi Yung$b$rg Auctipnaf *« low* Stste Bank, Clerk Aft I am quitting farming I will sell the following described property at my farm located FROM ALGONA, 4 south to Irv ' ington corner and 1 Vi westror FROM ST. JOE, 7; miles north to Irvington corner, then IVi nViles west bn Sales Starts-12:30 P.M. Riverdale Friendly Club Will Serve Lunch 1952 John Deere'"G" Tractor, Power Trol. 1 t John Deere Heat Houser — 11X38 Tractor Chains. X , » , 1943 John Deere "A" 1 Tractor, New Tires. Farmall "B" With Cultivator. 1956 John Deere 4-Row Cultivator, Quick- Tach. , , ' /^ 1955 John Deere 4-Row Planter With Fertilizer Attachment. ' 1955 Lindsey 4-Section Lever-Flexible. Drag, With Folding Steel Evener. . 1955 John Deere, 40 ft. elevator, wide type with truck hopper. 1952 John Deere 12-A combine with motor. John Deere trailer with wood flare box. 1 — rubber tired trailer with wood flare box. John Deere 15-ft. disc with transports. MarshaHtbwn 10-ft. field cultivator. ' John Deere 8-ft. binder converted to windrow. John Deere "H" manure spreader on rubber. Horn loader with snow, bucket, mounts "G" or "H". 2-16 John Deere plow. ' 226 John Deere picker, mounts "A". John Deere speed jack. Flat rack. John Deere seeder. ' 300 gallon go's barrel with hose. 100.gallon fuel barrel. 250 PULLETS LAYING t 250 1?52 -•% Tor^ CHEVROLET PICKUP with GRAIN BOX And CATTLE RACK MISCELLANEOUS 1000 bales hay, red clover. 70 bales straw. 40-ft. extension ladder. 14-ft, ladder. Hqg waterer, 20 gallons. 2 swinging feeders, 20. bushel size. 45 bushel steel hog feeder. Tank heater and cob burner. • Feed bunks' and jjog.'troghs. 160'gallon water tank. 1 individual hog house. Planks. Grindstone with motor mounted on steel table. >/2 inch electric drill with bits. Electric saw. Pump jack with motor. Electric fencer, weed clipper. Chicken waterers and feeders. Dog house. Forks, scoops, shovels, and tools. Drawers. ' , , •, „, Large mail/box. ; .* 30 gallon oil pump. . , COMPLETE HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS, INCLUDING; New limed oak bookcase bed, complete and triple dresser. Maple crib complete, Child's maple wardrobe. •> Zenith radio-phonograph combination, RCA Television set, 17" console, antenna and rotor. New maple platform rpcker. Maple lamp table. * Maple hutchboard. ' Occasional chairs, New Zeigler oil burner, large size, 2 chests of drawers. 1 Lane cedar chest, Stair carpeting and rods, 25 feet. Duncan Phyfe table and 4 chairs. Chrome dropleaf table and 2 chairs, TERMS; CASH Hotpoint refrigerator, 1 ,. 1955 Kelvinator, 7 cu.'ft. freezer. Monarch electric range, Ml 14 X 15 gray Wilton rug and padding. 4 — 9X12 linoleums, Electric mixer, Easy ,Spfndryer washer. , • • , Linens, fruit jars, lamps, *>' 20 in. window fan with motoi ; . ' Venetian blinds; 5-24 in.; 8-27 in.; 1-45 in, Child's rolltop desk. s * 16 in. bicycle. Swing set, Lawn chairs, Picnic table. Most all of this furniture bought within the last year and in very good shape. ' Not Responsible For Accidents - *: Security State Bank, Algona, Clerk Yungeberg & Qi}inn, Auctioneers

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