Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 20, 1967 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, July 20, 1967
Page:
Page 6
Start Free Trial
Cancel

6—Algona (Iowa) Advance; THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1W C-W summer program is closed Friday Wesley — The Corwith- Wesley schools summer program closed Friday. Twentysix were enrolled in the driver education class with Norman Rasmussen as teacher. Classes were held at both the Wesley and the Corwith buildings. The classes wem composed of students from Garrigan and Corwith-Wcsley high schools. The summer reading classes were taught by Mrs. Discher, Mrs. Rockwood, Mrs. Nesvold and Mrs. Swanson with 76 students from the Corwith • Wesley school district enrolled. Schools represented included St. Benedict, St. Josephs Christian Reform and Corwith-Wesley elementary. GOLFING EVENTS A two-ball foursome was held at Hillside golf course Saturday, July 15. Wally ancl Maxine Hill were chairmen, assisted by Pete and Lorettc Poundstone, Bill and Pat Landstrom, EM and Darlerv; Farrell, Chuck and Dorothy Hardgrove. Ladies Day July 19, Wilma Grifhorst was chairman assisted by Mary Mullins and Jean Camp. Men's stag was held Thursday with Carl Froelich as chairman, assisted by Bob Becker and Duane Larson. Blue & White fire **> WILL BE MARRIED The Jay Carlsons announce the engagement of their daughter Shirley Jean, to Sp. 4 Steven Paul Newton, son of the Harry Newtons, Britt. Both are graduates of Britt high school. She Is attending Hamilton Business college in Mason City. He has returned from a 12-month tour of duty in Vietnam, and will ba stationed in Fort Hood, Tex. No date has been set for the wedding. DATE 50th WEDDING The George Wards, Clear Lake, former Wesleyans will have their 50th wedding July 23 from 2 to 5 p.m. in the Zion Lutheran church, Clear Lake. They have four children, Mrs. A. W. Nuehring (Ruth), Belton, Mo.; Mrs. Sam Haag (Dorothy), who with her family moved lately from Algona to Clear Lake; Donald and Chandler, Clear Lake. THIS WAS THE scene Tuesday evening as firemen worked to extinguish a smoking blaze at the Blue & White Cafe in Algona. The fire department was called at 7:52 p.m., and the blaze was quickly extinguished. A box of burning clothes was removed from the building, and damage was limited to light smoke damage in the diner and somewhat heavier smoke damage in the storage room where the fire occurred. The cafe opened for business again following the fire. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. About 75 relatives were present. The Wesley Wizards 4-H club held a roller skating party in the Algona rink July 19. Their leaders are Mrs. Wilfred Becker, Mrs. Arvin Larson and Mrs. George Llck- teig. Guests of Mrs. Lulu Hamg July 11 were the Larry Johnsons, Colorado Springs, Colo., Mrs. Vine Hanig and Mrs. John Corey and Wilma, Mason City. • Art Beeken, George Del- mering and Larry Grandgan. dragsters Enroute th ett attended a plant science Dedat Calvin N n school at Ames July 10, 11 pea al Ualvm ' W> U " Fenton man in national drag races Fenton — Brian Mortenson and Jim Hartman went to the national drag races at Winnipeg, Canada. Brian was in competition with the C gas * A family picnic was held at the Forest Eckels, rural home July 11. Attending were Mlrs. Rosalie DeBoer, •Dawn and Dean, Marshalltown,, the Marvin Kosters, Santa Monica, Calif.; Roger Heikens, Spencer; Henry Rik- kers, Sioux Center; and the R. Tjadens. Mrs. Art Weidman family of Thousand Oaks, Calif., were recent callers at Forest Eckels. The Irving (Bud) Almes, North California, called on friends here one day last week. They were guests of his parents, the Sam Almes, Ames. The C. J. Wilsons and Willis Simmons, a little Negro boy "A friendly town" visitor in the Wilson home for two weeks, spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Wilson's parents, the H. E. Hemmingsens. 'Mr. Hemmingsen returned Saturday from Mercy hospital been several days for minor •in Mason City, where he had surgery. The Merlin Studers brought their baby, Andrew James home July 8 from the Britt hospital, where he had been cared for since his birth May 28, when he weighed only 2 pounds, 13 ounces. The Stud- ers now have two sons and two daughters. Beatrice Hildman and two nieces, Sharon, daughter of the Irvin Hildmans, and Pain, daughter of the Clare Hild- mans, spent several days last week visiting relatives in several places in Wisconsin. They also saw the Dells. Ralph Crawley, Durand, 111., was a weekend guest at Herman Studer's home, and visited many relatives and friends in this area. Mrs. Ella Clark, Britt, was a Sunday guest of the Studers. Ths George Glawes and August Studers were Saturday guests. The Eugene Weirs, Fayette, N. C., came Monday. He has >been discharged from the and 12. Bill Drummer resigned his job at the elevator and he, his wife and three small children have moved to Marshalltown. Bill has employment at the Fisher governor plant. Donna Bleich, attending Drake University in Des Moines, spent the weekend at the parental Frank Bleich's. Mrs. Wilfred Becker took their son Leonard to a leadership camp at Madrid Monday, where he will spend this week. Mrs. Becker spent Monday and Tuesday with their daughter Mary Jo, attending summer school at Ames. The Farmer's Co-op elevator is sponsoring the attendance of Leonard Becker and Christine Rakow at the leadership camp. Jerry Discher, Camp Irwin, Calif., has spent two weeks at the parental A. C. Discher's. He spent Wednesday this week in Cedar Falls assisting his uncle and aunt, the Dr. Paul Warners, move into a newly-built home. Jerry expects to be sent to Vietnam for army service. Captain Lloyd Stroup and his wife, the former Diane Discher, of Fort Walters, Texas, spent the weekend in the A. C. Discher home. Stroup is a helicopter instructor. The Don Hamiltons and Carolyn, Marion, Ohio, A 2/c Darrell Hamilton and A 2/c Bob Harris, of Beale A. F. Base, Calif., were house guests last week at Leon Gardner's. They also visited Mrs. Hamilton's parents, the Fred See- felds. Thursday guests at Leon Gardner's were the Larry Tobins, Charles City, Kathleen Tull and Bobby, Mason City, Marlene Gardner, Mason City, and the Fred Seefelds. Sunday guests at A. C. Discher's were Captain and Mrs. (Diane) Lloyd Stroup, Fort Walters, Texas, Jerry Discher, Camp Irwin, Calif., Will Walls and Marvin and the Douglas Walls, all of Comfry, Minn.; Mrs. Chas. Timm, New Ulm, Minn.; Mrs. Angy Wilde, of Springfield, Minn.; the Lloyd Strouths and Tom, Hampton. The A. C. Dischers and Jerry plan to spend July 22 at Dr. Paul Warner's in Cedar Falls. The women are sisters. The Ralph Weirs and Bill, visited her father, Harvey Nechtern, in Spencer Sunday. The Tom Longs, Betten- ard Reunfrow's. Mrs. Reun- frow is the former Florence Laabs. July 4 Brian was in competition at Sioux Falls, S. D., where he won a trophy and a purse of money. CLUB VISITS STORE The Fenton Forward 4-H club met Monday evening at Sandra Seegebarth's. The club took a field trip to Sharp's Jewelry, Algona, to see the different silver, china and crystal. Diana Mills and Karen Jentz gave reports on their trip to camp. Achievement day will be July 31 at the Lone Rock Legion Hall, starting at 1 p.m. The public is invited to attend. MODERN WORSHIP MYF of the Fenton Methodist church held a modern worship 'service Sunday evening. It was an interpretation of modern songs in worship. Young people from Fenton, Cylinder, Lone Rock and girl wed July 8; to California Ledy.fd —. Faye Anette Kramersmeier and Robert James Boland were married at the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church July 8 at 7:30 p.m.,Parent* are the John Kramersmeiers and Mrs. Nina Boland and the late William Boland, Sr, formerly of Swea City, and now of Forest City. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Victor Vriesen. (Mrs. Roger Goetz of Mapel- ton, Minnesota was the organist and she accompanied Mrs. Terry Sook soloist. Matron of honor was the bride's sister, Mrs. Arden Runksmeier. Bridesmaid way Mrs. Gene Horning, St. Paul. Lori Runksmeier, niece of the bride, was flower girl. Ring bearer was James Foster, cousin of the groom. Best man was William Boland, Jr., brother of the groom, Des Moines, Loren Kleuen, East Chain. Ushers were Delmar Kramersmeier, Eagle Grove was groomsman. Wallace Kramersmeier, Tulsa, Okla., and Maurice Kramersmeier, and Arden Runkmeier. A reception for 200 was held in the church. Sue Boland had the guest book and dining room hosts were the Art Runksmeiers and Mrs. Hulda Kramersmeier, Sharon Boland and Charlene Kleven poured punch and Mrs. Art Kramers- meier and Mrs. William Boland, Jr. poured the coffee. The couple spent a few days at Lake Okoboji before (leaving for their home in California where they live at 1051- Dawson Avenue, Long Beach. Ex-Ledyard woman dies at Rochester Ledyard — Mrs. Robert (Frances) Gustafson, Laurens, died July 2 at St. Mary'3 hospital at Rochester, Minn, where she had surgery for a milgnant tumor June 27. She was born August 1, 1886 at Ada, Minn., to Fred and Dora Frietag. She receiv- Mary Ellen Ditsworth, Margo Rusch, Dennis Eldridge, and Suzanne Newel. moving to Marathon, Iowa. In 1922 she was married to Robert Gustafson and they moved to Ledyard in 1930 Th» !««.,.«, p Q n™.,eKi^ ri- where they farmed until the JS £ft£S*SS> £ •?££*?- ^ mm ' 'Mrs. Gustafson is survived Thursday afternoon at Mrs. Ernest Berkland's. Mrs Mel- by her nusband one da h . vm Berkland gave the devo- *- -- — ' - --*^- tions and Mrs. William Wiener the lesson. Guests were Mrs. Steve Berkland and Mrs. David Berkland. The Ernest Berklands were .grandchildren nn p Sunday .evening guests at ^SS^^Z. Minn. She was an active member of the Bethany Lutheran church in Laurens where services were held July 5 with ter, Mrs. Blenda Welch, Rossie, and two sons, Donovan Harold, Ruthven, and Raymond Gustafson, Ledyard, 8 grandchildren, Bert Berkland's. The Ernest Berklands attended the wedding of Patricia Berkland, daughter of the Raymond Berklands, Mason City Friday. The Darrell Householders, Omaha, spent last week at Hackensack, Minn. This week they are spending at Fred Mortenson's and Glen Householder's. The Carl Weiners, Cedar Falls, Roy Chrischilleses were Sunday guests at Gerald Weiner's, Burt, The Ray Stoebers spent Sunday at Lyle Bassett's at Milford. the Rev. A. M. Youngquist officiating. Burial was at the North Lawn Memorial cemetery at Spencer. »ee»eeeeeee»eeoeee»»o Irvington By Mao McLean eeeeee»eeeeeeee«e*Me* The Frank Asas, Rutland, dorf, visited her brother, the visited Sunday with Mrs. Everett Ackersons and their Asa's sister, the Oliver Knud- father, Clarence Ackerson sens, Irvington. Monday. UPW^met Thursday in the Mrs. Rosalie DeBoer, Dawn Irvington church dining room. and Dean, Marshalltown, vis- The booklet, "Joy for an An- ited the Forrest Eckels, Ralph xious Age" was studied. Plans Tjadens, and other relatives were made to do White Cross and friends several days last sewing at the church Thurs- week. day afternoon. Lynn, 12, daughter of the Callers at Robert Black's Dave Kleins, came home Sun- Saturday evening were the day from Mercy hospital 'Ronald Jenkins family, Os- where she was a patient sev- born, Mo., Paul Urches and eral days for observation. Fred Urch, and Mrs. Elsie . . - Mrs. Dave Klein is assisting Jenkins, all of West Coicord, army, having spent one year m the Exchange bank this Minn. They attended the in Vietnam. They are guests week as Vernon Wenger is wedding of Linda Gardener, Minnesota man 4th Kossuth fatality of his parents, the Ralph Weirs and her parents, the Beechs in Whittemore. Mrs. Forest Perdue, and Julie, Emmetsburg, spent on vacation. Mr. and Mr*. John Bloodhart and Alison, Monomenee, l*at week. The Irvin Hiidmans attended a Lau reunion in the LuVeroe City park Sunday, state College. mers home last weekend. Mrs. Bloodhart is the former Karen Helmers. Mr. Bloodhart is head director at Monomenee Algona, and Dennis Haack, Lotts Creek. Mrs. Marie Frankl was a Sunday guest of her daughter, ithe Donald BQfWftnns, Lu- Verne. The Robert Skillings were Three broken bones recently in tame family The husband of a former Algona girl, Sp/4 James Hauptman, suffered a broken collar bone while riding a motorbike on a rest leave in Hawaii. His wife is the former LaVonne Saiter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Saiter ot Algona. She had gone to Hawaii to be with her husband, who had come there from Viet Nam where he had been serving. He is a Bancroft man. While riding the motorbike, the couple hit a rock on a gravel road and both persons were thrown to the ground. Hauptman will be hospitalized for about four weeks. Mrs. Hautpman received only scratches and bruises and flew back to Des Moines Sunday, where she was met by her parents. She resumed studies al La James College of Hairstyling at Mason City on Monday. It was ironic that two other sons of the Bancroft Haupt- mans sustained broken bones in recent weeks. Bob, 16, broke his right arm in a fall from § ladder while painting with the Clyde Rednsbach crew and son Tom, 18, broke A 63-year otd Minnesota man became Kossuth county's fourth highway fatality of 1967 and the third in two weeks when he died several hours after his car met a Des iMoines car nearly head-on two miles south of Burt on highway 169 about 10:30 a.m. Saturday. A preliminary story with picture* appeared In Monday'* Advance, Dead it fid- ward S. Zins, 63, of Nice- left, Minn, He died at Park ho*pital in Ma*on City, where he wa* transferred from St. Ann hospital. iHis wife, Leona, 56, is a patient there still with head injuries and a fractured jaw. Also injured were William Barry, 38, Des Moines druggist, and his wife, Mary, 26, a Des Moines teacher. They were heading for a vacation at Leech Lake, Minn. THEY WERE riding in the other car traveling north. She sustained a broken left elbow, fractured pelvis and face lacerations. Mr. Barry had a fractured pelvis, fractured jaw and other injuries. They were transferred to Mercy hospital in Des Moines later Saturday afternoon. The accident occurred near a construction point along highway 169. According to reports, Deputy Sheriff Don Wood said that a car driven by Mrs. Richard Sarchet, Algona, was traveling south oh highway 169 and slowed for the construction along a gravel road adjoining highway 169 to her left. Apparently, the-Minnesota driver we* unable to •low in time and swerved to avoid hitting the Sarchet car from the rear. He lo*t control and the 1967 Chevrolet swerved into the east lane, colliding with the oncoming Barry car, a 1966 Buick. Wood, who investigated the mishap, said both machines were total losses. Two Garry ambulances from Bancroft were called and took the four persons to St. Ann hospital. ONE OTHER accident over the weekend was reported to Algona police: A car driven by Wilma Schmidt, Lake Mills- hit loose gravel and rolled over 5% miles west and two north of Algona at a dead end in the road about 6 p.m. Saturday night. Damage to the vehicle was about $600 but there were no injuries. Charges filed in an early morning crash Charges of failure to have control were filed early Wednesday against a sixteen year old Bode youth who lost control of his auto and struck a telephone pole and several utility poles. Thomas W. Kisch, 16, received lacerations when his car jumped the curb on Jones street as he was coming off of the four lane 169 highway, His auto jumped the curb, hit a telephone pole, then skinned two others before he hit a fourth pole head-on. Damage to the 1952 Mercury which he was driving was estimated at $500. Kisch was going between 60 and 70 miles per hour at the time the mishap occurred. He was taken to St. Ann hospital, treated, and released. Bancroft approves pavement Hospital (Continued from Page 1) greater part of the money will be needed. TO RAISE the funds, the committee contracted a highly recommended firm, the Thomas Finn Associates, Kansas City, with 45 years experience in fund raising. Richard Briscoe, president of the firm, took part in Monday's meeting, and explained how the campaign would be conducted. He first remarked that his company is only interested in campaigns which can be successful, and said that, "The situation in Algona lends itself to success." Such campaigns, he said, are 50 per cent organizational and 50 per cent educational in nature. Half the efforts will be in organizing volunteer soliciting teams and the other half in getting the story across to the people. ONE SOLICITOR will be needed for every four donors. Thus, if 4000 donors are needed, there will have to be 1000 people to make the calls. The campaign would be eight weeks long, starting July 31 and ending September 22. Briscoe will be the director who will organize teams of solicitors, with many of the established local organizations working as teams. Two weeks will be needed to prepare the lists of prospective donors and pick ths chairman for the committees, with six weeks for the building and training of the organizations for the day of solicitation. It will not be of a memorial type nature, but rather a deferred payment campaign where persons will pledge an amount of money which can be budgeted out over a period to time to make it easier on the contributors. A well-located campaign center in the Algona business district is also needed. Briscoe's firm will receive $.6,400 for conducting the. fund raising caircpaign. : Greenberg, Finn and 'Bris- Engagcd DR. DAN BRAY rose and spoke extemporaneously from the floor at Monday evening's hospital meeting. Expressing the community's need for a hospital, he said, "Lord help us if we don't have it here. If someone is bleeding and desperate where will we go?" Bancroft — The Bancroft town council signed a contract to continue pavement from the Mrs. .Helen Doocy residence east past the Heritage Home apartment building now under construction at its meeting last Monday night. Work is slated to begin on about Aug. 1. Also in conjunction with the street program is planned improvements in the town's storm sewer system. liriMtahM ki»i to fa recent guests of Mrs. Selling e a bone in his right hand in a sister, the Wayne Jones, Burl fre afc accident at his home. Mrs. Jone's Livermore -r Lori Ttoul, 9, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thul, accidently caught her left hand in a fan, breaking the little finger and requiring 10 stitches to close the cut. She now has it on a splint. coe answered a number of * questions from the audience after -they had spoken. WHEN ASKED what would happen if the nuns failed to keep the hospital in the black, the men said efforts would b3 made to make such a situation unlikely. They cited the improvements that had been made since a new manager had been hired and since the hospital rates had been brought from a below-average level to more higher, reasonable levels. Such improvements helped the hospital to move out of the red. Mayor Finn said the hospital had, in the past, drifted down because of lack of communication between the hospital and commuity. "There i* no reason why we can't have a truly outstanding hospital," said Mayor Finn. They also noted that the Benedictine Sisters were very public spirited and that a permanent lay board would be working with them continuously. Although the Sisters MR. AND MRS. Russell Sands announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Linda Jean, to Randall Scott Wagner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Wagner, of Davenport. She is a graduate of the Algona high school and will be a sophomore at the university at Iowa City this fall. He is a graduate of the West high school at Davenport and will be a junior in the school of pharmacy at Iowa City this fall; A Sept. 16 wedding is being planned. would be the governing body of the hospital, they would go over their financial statements each month with the lay board so that citizens would always be informed of the condition of the hospital. CITING THE $80,000 operational costs of Palo Alto county hospital Mayor Finn said we might well think of a contribution in lieu of county taxes which the people of Palo Alto county are paying. 'Several questions were referred to Dr. Dan Bray who rose answering the specific questions and then expressed his sentiments concerning the need for a hospital. Bray stated, "I frankly don't know what the people here would do without a hospital." His words received resounding applause from the audience. The meeting lasted nearly one and a half hours. General Hospital Committee Chairman Harry Greenberg emphasized the pressing need for many, many workers. Persons wishing to help are urged to call either Mr. Greenberg or Mayor William Finn. I. R. woman to convention in Washington Lone Rock — Mrs. Wilfred Radig left Sunday from Perry with a group of Lutheran women to attend the International LWML convention at Washington, D. C. The convention is to be held at the Washington Hilton hotel. CHURCH SPEAKER 'Presbyterian church services will be conducted by the Rev. Marion Blake of Thor, July 23 at 9 p.m. He will also be speaker July 30. WIN FROM LAKOTA Sentral high school baseball team beat Lakota Friday night at the Bancroft ball park. Bancroft plays host to Sentral Monday night. CIRCLES TO MEET UPW Circles will meet as scheduled, except the Ruth Circle will meet in the church parlors. The Rev. Albert Bullocks and Ellen Bullock left Sunday for their daughter's, Mrs. Dave Ludwig's, Council Bluffs, to stay over night. They left Monday morning for southern California to visit a sister of Mrs. Bullock, who is seriously ill, and other relatives. Mrs. Ray Laabs had the Modernette club at her home Thursday evening. Prizes ><ere won by Mrs. Melvin Thieson, Mrs. Robert Lynch and Mrs. Paul Bernhard. The August meeting will meet with Mrs. William Marlow. The Leroy Brases and Harris were Monday supper guests at A. A. Krueger's. The Roy Jensens, Tena Jensen and the Robert Hannas, went to Albert Lea, Minn. Sunday as guests of th'e James Jensens for their daughter Brenda's birthday. (Mrs. E. A. Lee, Mrs. Ronald Christenson and Jean, Belgrade, Minn, and th* A. A. Kruegers visited Mrs. Marie Dacken Sunday evening in i Fairmont. Thru break-ins atLivermre Sunday night Llvormore — three busi* ness places were broken into some time lite Sunday night. in Livermore. They were Sawyer's Super Valu, K. O. Hard- Ware and the Town Tavern. Ah attempt was also made to break into Al Lenertz's Cabinet Shop. An attempt had been made to gain entrance thru the back door at the hardware store, but the front door was forced open and an undertermined amount of money was taken from the cash register, telephone bill collections from a drawer and some rifle and shotgun shells. The front door at the grocery store was also forced open and a large number of cigarette cartons were taken. Entrance was made thru the back door in the basement at the tavern and a quantity of beer was taken. They were unable to force the door open leading up to the tavern. Sheriff Anderson was called and the places were dusted for finger prints. A thorough investigation is 'being made with the help of the local police force. Mrs. Molly Groh accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Henry Groh to Britt Saturday night where the two ladies visited 'Mrs. Ernest Meyers, a patient at the Britt hospital. Farm Machinery FARM MACHINERY Used 1— Used 62T Oliver Automatic Twine Tie Baler, A-l. 1 — 960 Ford Tractor with power steering, near new tires. 1— NAA Ford Tractor, A-l. 1—1952 8N Ford Tractor, overhauled. 268 New Holland Baler. 269 New Holland Baler. 455 New Holland Pitmanless Trail Mower with crimper attachment. 56 New Holland Rolabar Side Rakes. 1—Continental 8-row Sprayer. Special! Special! 1—New Holland Hay Line Mower-Conditioner at DEALER COST! ALGONA FLOUR A FEED Call 515—295-2701 . South Phillips Street Algona, Iowa USED MACHINERY LIST "* TRACTORS 1—Model D-19 Alii* Chalm- ors (Gas) with adjustable front end, reconditioned 1—Model D-17 Allit Chalmers with adjustable front and and power steering. 1—Model D-17 Allis-Chalmers with power steering and standard front end. 1—Model WD-45 Allis-Chalmers with standard front end and power steering. 1—Model WD-45 Alli.-Ch.l- mers with adjustable front end (repainted). 1—Model D-14 Allis-Chalmers with power steering and adjustable front end. 1—Model 400 International. 1—Model 4020 John Deere (Gas) Very clean. 1—Model 60 John Deere with power steering. 1—Model G John Deere with new tires. RAKES AND MOWERS 1—Aids-Chalmers Twin Drive Mounted Mower for D-17 A-C 1—New Idea Semi-Mounted Mower with hay conditioner attachment. 1—Allis-Chalmers PTO rake. COMBINES 1—Model 76 IHC — pull type 1—Model 35 Massey-Harris with I ft. head 1—Model 30 John Deere — pull type 1—Model 45 John Deere with both heads * cab 1—Model E Gleaner with cab A two heads MISCELLANEOUS 1—KnotdUr I ft, Windrowar — very clean 1—Model 750 New Idea Hay Conditioner 1—John Deere four-row cultivator. 1-Model D-17 Allis-Chalmers four-row cultivator. l-Mod«l WD-45 Allii-Chil- mers four-row cultivator. 2—itrge boxes with hyd. heists. I—Heidor Auger wagon. 1-Gehl Minsll with 14" Ham- mermill -. repainted and in excellent condition. 1—Gahl Forage Box (like new) I—$»t «f dual tires A wheels for D-19 or 449 Internet- ional. LINPf IMPLfMENT €0- SWiACITY, IOWA 19510 Telephone 272-4401

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free