Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 10, 1967 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 10, 1967
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rS EASY TO BUY-SELL- ...I Irf.MfcM . i«l- S yg9% "JaiiECfiCuf *" AlMrti (Iowa) Advance—7 THURSDAY, AUG. 10,19*7 Kesleyans at a graduation ami wedding Wesley— Mis. Ruth RAcke & Henry attended the wedding df a niece Linda Jones & Gene Schumacher Saturday morning in St. Alphonso Catholic church in Davenport. The reception; was held in the Turner Hall. They attended the graduation of Joan Ricke from; a practical nursing course at the university of Iowa Sunday afternoon. The exercises were held in the university theater. Joan Ricke will be married Saturday to Gerald Morgan, Lone Tree, in Iowa City. VIRGINIA VISITORS The Jim Goetz family, Newport News, Va., spent Hast Goetz's. Other Sunday guests in the parental Goetz home were 'the Jack DeLanders, Minneapolis, Jerry Judges, Boone and Kaitlhy Goetz, who is attending Hamilton Business College, Mason City, Mrs; Dennis Vitzthums and family, Bstherville, spent Saturday evening at her parent- al Goetz home. Sister Delores Goetz, who had spent some time in the parental home left Wednesday for Dubuque where she will teach second grade in the Holy Ghost school. ATTENDS INSTITUTE Margaret Flom attended a World Institute of Type-Writ, ing at the University at Grand' Forks, N. D., a week recently. She will do secretarial work in the business administration of the new Iowa Central Community College at Fort Dodge. This college Which is near the Friendship area, Was formerly the Fort Dodge Community College, where she has been teaching. The new college is serving Welbslter City, Eagle Grove and Fort Dodge and 1200 students hlave enrolled. HAS 76th BIRTHDAY Callers Sunday at Prank Johnson's for his 76th birthday were the Wallace Dona- vans and Benny Johnsons, Briitt; Kenneth Donavans, Huttchins; Lloyd Gerbers and Mrs. Larry Pearson and children, Algona; Paul McNeils and Kathy, Spirit Lake, and itheir granddaughters, Christine and Kathy Krech, Algona, Stanley Simpson and Karen, Tony Pearsons and Leonard Larson, all of Wesley. ATTEND SHOWIR • iMrs. Harold Hemmingsen and Mrs. Lee Hildebmnd, Biitt, went to Ariel Saturday where they attended a bridal shower. They were overnight guests of Mary Isenihart, Redfield, a sister of Mrs. Hemmingsen. GUEST SPEAKER Rev. Arthur Anderson, pastor of the Evangelical Free Church Home, Boone, was speaker in the Evangelical Free Church Sunday morning and evening. He was a houseguest of the Dr. Jongewaards. BAZAAR IS DATED The annual parish dinner and bazaar at St. Joseph's Catholic parish will be held Sunday, Sept. 17. Joe, Henry and Bemadette Koch and Mrs. Marie Bechtold, St. Cloud, Minn., called on their cousins, the Herman Studers, and on August Studer, a patient in the Briitt his- pital and his wife Saturday. Mark, Steve and J. C. Meinicke, Jefferson, spent several days over the weekend with their grandmother, Mrs. Mary Weber, while their parents were on a vacation trip. Sunday callers at Ernest Peterson's were Mrs. Tom Young, Titonka, and her daughter, Mrs. Wanda Hod- Who's BuU'n Who? ARF tTHMIU DEVICES NEOEttUV TO NY CORN? V- Ss NOI — We hive not sold a stirring device to be installed in • Behlen or other make drying tank as of this date. WHYI — We do not believe 'stirring devices are necessary if you buy a drying tank equipped with the correct siie fan. OHI — There's no magic in drying corn — drying speed is directly proportional to the air delivery of the fan you install on your dryer. 2 + 2 still equals 4 in the drying business. WELL! — Stirring devices might help you dry faster if you bought too small a fan on your dryer, or if the manufacturer does not have large fans available. as Behlen Mfg. Co. furnishes for its drying tanks. YES — If you think large fans cost too much (you get what you pay for), how do you justify a small cheap fan plus a stirring device on • drying tank? The cheaper, faster method is to be sure you buy a large fan to start with. Large electric motors are more efficient than small electric motors, and lower drying costs. One large fan is better than two small fans; original drying costs are lower; one installation instead of two; less wiring, etc. HOW? — How and where do you test the moisture of your corn using a stirring device? — Lots of farmers with stirring devices would like to know — Many have spoiled one-fourth of the corn in their drying tank, because they though it was dried and found it wasn't. UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS — A recent publication printed by University of Illinois, lists the proceedings of the 1967 Grain Conditioning Conference held Jan. 17, 1967 and an analysis of grain stirring equipment was one topic discussed. The results of 25 farmers cooperating with their Extension Department learned this about stirring devices installed in drying . tanks: Nearly all of the 25 farmers could not maintain continuous operation during the drying season because — 1. Stirring shafts twisted off 2. 2 Units fell into the bin 3. Screws wore excessively 4. Unite improperly wired 5. Drives came loose 6. Corn kernels jumped belts off 7. Carriages warpjd when unit was started in deep grain I. Belts burned out Also listed were limitations using stirring devices 1. Hand starting (dangerous) 2. Heavy roof and sidewall loading (bin walls and roofs collapse) 3. Auger type levelers could not be used 4. Sweep augers could not be used 5. Bottom layer of grain over dried 6. Wet grain stuck to sidewall in upper half of bin (spoilage) 7. Center of bin overstirred, and dried faster ' I, Fines «H lift to bottom of bin 9, Loss of 10 , 20% of storage capacity of bin by installing stirring equipment " 10. Should net be used in over 25% moisture corn for best results (less trouble) II, Stirring device should be stopped while filling. Wt hive this article available at our store for all who wish to read it, and anyone considering the purchase of a stirring device should! If yw swy • frying tank properly engineered for your job, you will never need •? M *»' df «['''« til) '"i m »«! ¥il •WMp"Wtf »e make it dry the way the detler said " ww«M™f wWlwf w ifwM vJMPQ If* IT STIL1. TAKSS AIR AND HEAT TO DRY CORN! "THAT'S NO BULL" Taylor Implement Co son and Marcia, Minneapolis. Mrs. Ruth Ricke spent Monday afternoon with her parents, the August Vaughns, Ogden. Mrs. Clare HiWmian accompanied her. Helen and Ruth Lickteig, who are employed in Cedar Rapids, spent the weekend in the parental Albert Lickteig home. The Harlan Bonnstetters West Bend, called at Dean Ricke's . Sunday afternoon. Janice Ricke and friend Jim Schumacher called in the afternoon. The Dean Rickes vis toed the Art Chizeks at Duncan July 30. John Wetland, Whittemore, formerly of Wesley, entered Mercy hospital, Mason City, July 30 for medical care. He had gone through the clinic at a Rochester hospital. The Jerry lickteigs, Rochester, W.,'spent the weekend with his parents, the John Lickteigs. The latter couple accompanied their son and family home Monday and stayed for a week. The George (Ann) Buettners and Philip, Cheshire, Conn., will visit the Jerry lickteigs ovefr the August 13 weekend and will bring her parents, the John lilck- teigs home. Mrs. Buettner plans to remain here for a visit. Mary HUbert left Sunday evening for Denver, Colo., where she is employed in secretarial work. She had spent .two weeks at her parental Norbert Hilbert's. The Woodrow Hammonds and daughters, Sandra and linda, Milwaukee, Wis., were weekend guests at Richard Hammond's. The men are brothers. They left Sunday sightseeing For Rtnl eeeeeeeeee»«»ee»ee»e«« FOR RENT — 2 room furnished apartment with bath. 402 S. Moore. 295-5572. 62-63* FOR RENT — Three bedroom house close to Lucia Wai lace school. Call Don Sjogren, 295-3455. Algona. 15W62-63 FOK RENT — Apartment, 113 N. Phillips. Furnished or Uiii.unished. Phone 295-2379, Algona. Ilw60tfn FOR RENT — 3-bedroom, 2- story house. Partially furnished. Available Aug. 1. See Don Sjogren at Sjogren Grocery, Algona. 17w55tfn FOR RENT — Furnished apartment, all utilities furnished, close in. Call after 4 p.mi, phone 5-3786, Algona. 15w9tfn APARTMENT FOR RENT — Available immediately. Call Bjustrom Furniture, 295-3837, Algona. 10w30tfn +»e»»ee««eeeeeeeeeeeee WANTED — Waitress for part time night work. Call 295-2831 or 295-2305, Algona. 12W62-63 ee»eee»e»»eeeeeeeee»ee Rtal Estate Aitomotlvt Noticts Help Wanted WANTED — Married or single man for general farming and livestock work by Sept. 1st. Full time or Fall work. Large modern house. Salary open according to experience and ability. Phone 583-2283 or 583-2156 for more information or interview. Mullins Hy-Bred Corn Co., Corwith, la. 42w60-66 eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee»e»«» ATTENTION HORSEMEN We carry most everything for the horse and horseman Veterinary Supplies GOOD USED SADDLES WE TRADE FOR ANYTHING KEN'S SADDLE SHOP Phone 582-2772 Forest City, Iowa tfn RUGS, UPHOLSTERY, WALLS Cleaned the Von Schrader Way. Rugs can be used the same day. Free estimate. Ben Bruhns, 3221, West Bend, Iowa. 22w67tfn FOR RENT — Electric Sham- pooer for $1 with purchase of LUSTRE FOAM RUG SHAMPOO. Guaranteed Best Buy. Read's Furniture, Algona, Iowa. 20w3tfn NOTICE ELECTROLUX SALES A SERVICE DEAN PRENTICE 115 E. Grove ALGONA, IOWA Phone 295-7047 eee«»e»««»»e»e»o»e»»»» FOR SALE — Pretty 3 bedroom home, 713 S. Moore. Mrs. Esther Osborn, Algona. 12w62-63 FARM FOR SALE 160 Acres (on contract) 2Ms miles east of Swea City on Highway 9. Contact O. H. LINDE Swea City, Iowa 61-66 FOR SALE OR RENT — Modern house in Wesley, Iowa. Reasonable. Phpne 332-3749, Humboldt or write Box 176, Dakota City, Iowa. 20w61-62 BUYING or SELLING? FARMS? HOMES? FARM LOANS AVAILABLE If you want either one, call ARNIE RICKLEFS or JIM GEELAN —office 295-1491, Algona; also farm loans. ALGONA LAUNDRY BLDG. Across from Court House For Sale or Rent SEELEY REALTY CO. Algona, Iowa 295-2350 tfn FOR SALE BY OWNER — 240 acre farm in Worth Co., 122 acre corn base, good land and buildings, 8 room house, on contract. Additional 80 acres for cash rent close by. Write Box 400 R, Algona, la. 35w62-65 FOR SALE — 1960 Chevrolet Convertible. Radio, heater, straight stick. Call 295-2193. 11W62-63 Lost ft Found LOST OR STRAYED — Red • white face heifer from my pasture one mile north of Algona. Approx. weight 650 Ib. Reward. Bill Kuhn Sr., 2955333. 62-63* I DEUVEIIES IN 1K7 upto52fflw. ptrh NEW BEHLEN 4-COLUMN CONTINUOUS FLOW DRYER! . «• »"•" ('« '"ill We will r«<ei*e •*• mere N*« ••Men 4 Celvmn Cen< tinvewi Dryer far Deltvery by July 1 —'We ••• TayUr Ill AND.BUVtAf Taylor ImplerptntCb. AIOONA, IOWA Hogs For Sato morning on a trip to the mid-West states. They will visit a sister, Flor- ^^ medkal care follow . inig a fall alt her home. Mrs. Judy Musgrove family, MarshaUtown, were Saturday ence Hammond, alt Glenwood, Minn. The Bill Hatiigs were Sat^ C "S!± S5™ £5 ««*• *»*• * A™** Ijar ! Irt S er U I ?B*JKS2^ son's. Thw all joined a group tu & -a H :rw --"psa;** in *• «3ft l sr,£f± "Wttrss- .—. FOR SALE — Quality Hamp- FOR SALE—Two power lawn shire boars. Lickteig Bros., mowers, one reel type, the phone 295-3031, Algona, la. other rotary with blade clutch. 61-84* $12.50 each. See at 422 South ^^^^^^^^^^^^ Wooster street, Algona. 62g Farm Machinery FOR SALE—complete sets of books — Americana Ency- »eeeeeee«»eeeeeeeeeee» clopedia and Book of Know- FOR SALE — Three brand ledge. Good condition. Mrs. new LP Gas Tractors, three Bernard J. Thilges, 295-2348, :_ __ __«:,.i,~l o,i,,..~,l tirW ronot •Xltfnria' 1 '^' ,''•'''•••'••>• 1 Qi'i/Rl .fifi YOUR BIGGEST COMBINE VALUE! SffS ^'BWSrt'lS? frorn^ -^SJ&SSiiS^t.^ ^ ? w* *; Lrto, Grand**, gjf* *«» ^flJf? »««,«« machines NOW. —r Weber and her grandsons, Mark, Steve and J. C. Meinecke. ' JS^il^S^Sf d ft^ «* *• a™** ~ *** »«*» &J&€£&~>>Stti&S5, s; j ^r*». 5s : .5*5syr - -* Randy Loebig, son of the Wilfred Loebigs, spent a week ttssssxsz ssstFsFX and has mother, Mrs. Jody Stankey, Hartley. The Ewaldi Ershmans, SwaHedalie milled • on their uncle and aunt, the, ^^Trj^ , ee md ^ e WiU Martineks, one day last' ^ort Dodgejnd^e ^ weelc> the weekend at Wilfred Loe- The Ray Stevens and Rlay- big's. The Jim Loebigs and 3 mond and the Gene Hillings, children, Rochester, Ind., and Calvin, Briitt, attended were weekend guests at Jack the funeral of Mr. Steven's Ilckteig's. These relatives and and Mrs/ Killing's sister-in- the Gordon and Al Loebigs law, Mrs. Robert Stevens, 41, held a family picnic Sunday 'at Sauk Rapids, Minn,, July at Jack Leicfcteig's. 31. Raymond and Calvin were Lt. Col. Gordon Loebig and pallbearers. family left Wednesday for 660 GRAIN COMBINE aunt, the Bill Loebigs, Jr., Port Dodge. The Edmund Loebigs of Rochester, Ind,, Bill Loebigu, FOR SALE — A-l PTO Case 62-63* S67?'Tavir^mplement^' FOR SALE-Gladioli blooms. SoJsiwesSS™ ' An coi ° rs "a, ki "v^ ev - 14w47tfn * r y Pooc S1 Ai"' College. 295-5285, Algona. 60-63* USED MACHINERY The Ray Stevens took his parents, the Robert Stevens, Algona, to Fort Dodge to visit Robert Steven's sister, Mrs. Gene Weiss in the Mercy hospital, where she was re- his new assignment at Colorado Springs, Colo. They had spent several weeks with relatives here and in Algona following their return from Germany. ALOONA, IOWA HOG SALE MONDAY KITE, AUG. 14 8P.M. 120 HEAD Pure-Bred — Hampshire and Duroc Hog Sale — sold on the farm — northeast edge of Mallard. 40 big rugged boars ready for service — 80 gilts reedy to breed, sold in groups to suit the buyer. All hogs backed up with 18 years of testing at Ames — there is no test station where you can buy better breeding stock than on this sale. GOODCHILD'S SELL TO THE BEST HOG RAISERS IN THE COUNTRY. MANY REPORTING $1,00 TO $2.00 ABOVE MARKET PRICE. Come see «nd buy the best area hogs — guaranteed breeders and vaccinated, and from Bang's free herd. Fred F. Goodchild & Sons FOR SALE—Sheds for hogs. TRACTORS io' x 20'. Inquire at Welp's MM M 602 $3895.00 Hatchery, Bancroft, Iowa — MM M5 — Nice One! $3250.00 Phone 4511. 16w61-62 MM M5 $2895.00 800 Case Diesel $2695.00 SHELLERS ^^mi^mmm^^^^mf 1200 MM PTO Shellmaster $1095.00 SPREADERS MM LO 100 Bu. PTO Spreader $ 435.00 Nl #17 Spreader __ $ 375.00 #19 New Idea PTO $545.00 MISCELLANEOUS #37 IHC Tandem Disc $ 395.00 KA MM Tandem Disc $ 695.00 IHC #70 4-14 Plow $ 595.00 MM D4 4-14 Plow __ $ 495.00 ; Brady 4 Row Cutter $ 895.00 MM 4-14 Plow $ 495.00 G4 MM Combine — $ 195.00 Dearborn PTO Combine '. $ 175.00 Vlassey Harris Clipper PTO Combine ___ $ 145.00 New Broyhill Bolster 68.00 MALLARD, IOWA PHONE 435.3575 Phone 425-3374 Phone 495-3486 ai «B mm, -,^ ^» i^»^» <^» ^» ^B. Hoist $ DON'T MISS OUR DISPLAY AT THE KOSSUTH COUNTY FAIRI BUSGHER BROS. Phone 295-3588 ALGONA, IOWA Don't Forget! I FERTILIZE ... bifora you plow your SOIL BANK ACRES! Algona Flour & Feed Phillips Street WanM New Case 660 Combine 40" Cylinder . 4480 Sq. In. Separating Area 2830 Sq. In. Sieve Area SEE AND BUY AT TAYLOR IMPLEMENT ALGONA •••••••••••••••I THIS ONE GOBBLES HAY AND EAR CORN Just as Fast as You Can Feed it ft» Feeders asked for a better grinder-mixer, one to perform at high volume without "spoon feeding." Brady built it-Built it like the custom feed rigs to take the toughest abuse, day-in, day-out. That's why the switch has been to Brady. •»• Iff Auger swings 180° . . . delivers into a silo up to SO' high, merely by adding .pipe. See it today at CARROLL GARAGE LuVerne, Iowa *•••»••••••«•••»»••••»« HOUSEWIVES WANTED Sell Toys No delivering or collecting PLAYHOUSE COMPANY Contact: Mrs. Marvin Kan- Box 217, Rudd, la. Phone 395-2771 58-68 J-H m 1111111 > 11111 ni -KEYS- MADE AT THE AIGONA Coast-tO'Coast Store WHILE YOU WAIT MiMummmnuu fl^WW^eWlWlWiP f '^ 6RINDER-MIXER Oattto Phone 425-34W «ee«eeeeeeeeeeeeeeee«e FOR SALE — Nine springing Holstein heifers. Larry Gisch, Algona, la. 10w60-61 FOR SALE — Polled Hereford bulls and heifers. P. M. Christensen, Lone Rock, Iowa. 12w42tfn Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates AT f9f TNI SfCUIIfY STATI IANK . MOOHA

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