Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 27, 1967 · Page 6
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16 AND 26 YEARS AGO Dog wears out 'shoo' in only ono day - '47 (Iowa) Advance MONDAY, NOV. 11, 1*67 the Kfiights by Jim November IS, 1947 Last yt«r one of the beit bird dogs in this section, owned by 'Ralph Nichols of Whittemore was caught in a barbed Wire fence one night, and nearly froze, as well as having the toes of one back foot torn off. When hunting the foot became extremely sore atrd raw so it was decided that something had to be done. Doctor Woodward designed a shoe for the dog made of supple leather, but on the first day the Shoe was completely worn out. On a recent weekend, Doctor Woodward and Ervin Siems went Quail hunting near KLngsley, where Mr. Nichol's father lives. The dog went too, >among 115 other things lugged along were two pairs of shoes for the dog, all •beautifully stitched by Andrew S. Elbert, who has a harness and a shoe repair shop in connection with his hardware store here. Paul Ukena sang at the Town Hall in New York City last week on a program by New Friends of Music, Inc. Appearing in concerts for the 12th year and with the Collegiate Chorale under the direction of Robert Shaw. The Collegiate makes recordings for RCA Victor. Paul is a son of Mr. an:d Mrs. J. E. Ukena of Lakota. Twenty-nine adult and 19 Junior Farm Bureau mem- beirs attended the State Farm Bureau Federation annual meeting at DCS Moines last week. Attending were Mrs. Wayn'e Keith, Plumb Creek, anid Mrs. Albert Johnson, Mrs. Harry Felter, Mrs. C. C. In man, Bancroft. Others attending were Messrs and Mes- daimes Herman. Dressman, Tiltonka; William Dodds Jr.; Ronaild Gardner; Jens Soren- •serr, Andy Crawford, Owen Hurt, A. L. Brown; Louis Reilly, Fenton; Hugh Black, Forrest Ives, J. C. Skow; August Studer; and Henry Looft, Seneca. A 1.6 inch snow Sunday night coated roads with a bumpy and hazardous coating of ice, slowing traffic on highways Monday. Copies of a handsomely bound and printed book entitled "Gardner Cowles, 18611946" have been received by 4he Algona library and a few Algona friends of the Cowles family. The book is not a biography but a collection of public tributes in memory of Mr. Cowles following his death a year ago February. One of the most Important steps in organization of the county under the county assessor law will be taken tonight at the courthouse when members of the school boards of the county, the mayors of all Kossuth towns and the board of supervisors will meet to choose the first county board of review set up under tbe new county assessor law passed by the 1947 legislature. Under the law the meeting is required prior to Des. 1. December 3, 1957 Eleven Kossuth County young people left Thursday for a Tive-day trip to Chicago as part of 262 North lowans from 100 communities. The 4-H youths left from Mason City and they were Lou Wilfong, Eunice Gade, Bob Fritz, Hogtfr Dreyer, Reta Walker, Karon Goraczowski, Eugene Tokheim, Bob Friets, Bob Crouch, David Kollasoh, Leroy Witzel, and Mrs. C. A. Gut'kneoht, 4-H Leader. Bob Johnson, youth assistant, ac- qompanied the grout) Pictured in todays istut of the Advance were a family of three generations from ti- ftonka, they are Corifie Zwiefel, 'Mrs. Earl "Marieta" Zwiefel afid Mrs. Louis Hitbef . According to most advanced information, three more Kossuth county schools will begin playing football next fall. . . .besides Algona, Swea City, and Titonka teams, the Burt, Ledyard and . Senitral (Fenton, Seneca, Lone Rock) schools , will take up the sport. . . .all will be in the State Line Conference along with Armstrong, Ringsted, Titonka, Thompson, Rake, Swea City and Burt. A Small Town is where everyone knows the news and can't understand why the editor put it into the paper that way. From Hodgepodge. . . Duane Dewel. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Skaugstad of Burt celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary on Nov. 24. A dinner was served at the Kropf party room to 40 guests and an open house was held in St. Olaf's Lutheran church from 2 to 5 o'clock. An open house was plan- <ned for Dec. 17 at the new Dec. 1. it is now completed and will be ready for classes in the near future. Ruth Hodgson of Burt presented her pupils in a piano reoitail Saturday at the Burt Presbyterian Church.. Taking part were Patricia Zwiefel, Steven Bollie, Nancy Becker, Shdte Hawcott, Vicki Koestler, Judith Spry, Janet Mitchell, Rosemary Ulses, Audrey Gardner, Ann Seger, Nancy Fisher, Susan Montgomery, Shirley Schwietert, Marcha Dremrnel and Sheryl Smith. The Algona Bulldogs and the St. Cecelia Knights basketball teams came up With victories over the weekend •with Jerry Rupp high scorer •for the Bulldogs and Bob Oink scoring 21 points for the Knights. The Bulldogs are coached by George DuvaJl Public Auction As I am going into a different business I will sell my personal property on the form located 2'/2 miles south of Bancroft and 2Vi miles west on THURS., NOV. 30 12:30 Lunch on Grounds 3 TRACTORS 3 1957 Case Model 400 Diesel Trictor with J point hitch, live power, wheel weights, healhouser, real good. Case 4 row quick tach cultivator lor 400, new shovels. 19S2 John Deere Model B Tractor with power troll, roll-o-maHc, completely overhauled with chains and steps. 1952 Z M.M. Tractor cylinder and hose. Overhauled. Healhouser for Z. MISCELLANEOUS Mall chain saw. 1-2 way hydraulic cylinder with 8 ft. hoses 300 gallon gas barrel and steel stand. 200 bu. walk in cattle feeder. 3-16 ft. feed bunks, 16 ft. hay bunk. 5 wood gates, Toi-o-wick cattle oiler, 2 electric fencers, 2 steel tanks, one with hog waterer, portable air compressor, air tank, 2 metal floors for steel grain bins, handyman jack, ladder, work bench, vise, grinder and many good tools too numerous to mention. 600 bales alfalfa hay, first cutting. LIVESTOCK J. D. Machinery J. D. model R. W. 13</ 2 ft. wheel tandem disc. J. D. model 666 4-14 in. trip bottom plow, new lays, new coulters. J. D. 40 ft. grain elevator J. D. No. 5, 7 ft. quick tach power mower. All new ledger plates. J, D. 3 bar side delivery rake. 2 J, 0.490 corn planters with fertilizer 1 with rubber press wheels. Other Machinery A. C. model 66 combine, P. T. O., straw chopper, used very little. Me D model 2 P.R. 2 row pull type picker, Like new. I. H. C. 55 T baler, with P.T.O. Real good. Horn manure loader with snow bucket, mounts John Deere. New Idea model 6 A. corn picker. New Idea 12 A manure spreader. 2-4 section lever flexible drags, with steel eveners. 4 row rotary hoe, Terfehr 4 bottom stalk rake. 2-3 section spring tooth harrows. M. W. form trailer with steel flare box, 2 12 ft. wood barge box. M. W. form trailer with steel flare box, 2 in. wood floor and Simo hoist. Rubber tired wagon with wood barge box. Rubber tired wagon with flat bed. 2 wheel trailer with 6 ft. x 10 ft. wood box. •cor Cat hammer mill with incline end ogger. 24 head of mixed heavy feeding steers on full feed. 2 Purebred S. Horn heifers on full feed. 40 heavy feeder pigs. 7 small pigs, 1 litter. 1950 3 /4 ton chevy pickup, with Omaha combination stock and grain box, new rear tires. FURNITURE Early American Maple Sofa bed like new with matching rocker, blue green in color. Duncan Phyfe drop leaf table and four chairs. Like new. Red swivel rocker. Oak 3 drawer dresser New Sears toilet stool complete. Unfinished wardrobe. White enamel utility cabinet. Unfinished child's desk. White metal child's refrigerator. 2 serving carts White baby bed. Boy's bicycle. Lorge atwater Kent radio. New Rogers water softener. Antique pedestal. New one burner oil heating stove. TERMS: Cosh, or mgke arrangements with clerk before sole. No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible tor accidents should ony occur. Charles "Phi" KoUasch, AUCTIONEERS: Qwinn f, Clark CLERK: Former, * Trod«r» Savings Boock, Bancroft Ttt« Citrine* M*ftfirt.«f Algona honored their 26Ui wedding anniversary by «t- tertainiTig relatives ind friends at the Cletus Mutter home in Whittemote on NoV. 24. « Bode By Mr». Roland M. Olson The Paul Johnsons and Mark, Saudi, Arabia, visited last week with his brother, the Torger Johnsons. Robert and Brenda Nowell of Port Dodge, were also visitors at the Johnson home. The Paul Johnsons are spending three months in the States, and visiting friends and relatives in the Bode area. Mr. Johnson is an engineer for an American Orl Co., in Arabia. The Bill Mayhews, Cindy and Troy, Rochester, Minn., were weekend guests at the parental Vernon Tompkins home. The Rev. and Mrs. Tollefsrud, Minneapolis, former St. Olaf pastor, were overnight guests at Torkel Aure's and attended the annual Lutefiske supper at the church Thursday. . Sunday dinner guests at the Jerry Hawkin's home were the Vernon Tompkins and Marlyce, and Mrs. Sophia Engstrom, the Gary Krafts, and Bill Meyhews, Cyndy and Troy, Rochester, Minn. Weekend visitors at Ronald Olson's were Mrs. Arnie Wigans, Kristin and Karmin, Iowa City. Bert Gardner, Cowrie, and Jane and Mary Lou Olson, 'Des Moines. Letty Hegg, who has spent the summer momths with her sister, Mrs. Olaf Olson, left Fort Dodge by plane Tuesday for St. Petersburg, Fla. The Henry Lorges, St. Cloud, Minn., were recent visitors at Magnus Sorlein's. Mrs. 'Lorge is a sister of Mr. Sorlein. Visitors at John Loman's last week have been their daughter Alice and husiband, the Jerry Baileys, San Raphael, suburban San Francisco, and son, Karlin Lorn an of Brea, Calif. Karlin called his parents on Wednesday and told them he would be in Bode the next day in time for the Lutefiske supper at St. , Olaf church. He came by j plane Thursday. Sunday the family group, the" "Lomans. Karlin Loman, the"Paul New- somes, Algona, and Delmar Kinseifihs, Bode, attended dhurch together and had dinner at Kropfs. The Bailys left Monday for Grinnell to visit the Bob Kinseths home, and will visit Mr. Daily's parents at Walnut, Iowa. The Tony Riggers, Graee- ville, Minn., spent several days last week with Mrs. Ringger's parents, the Art Hansons. The Ed Opheims, Northwood, were guests at his sister, Ester Opheim's Thursday and attended the lutefiske supper. They also visited other relatives. Mrs. Carl Opheim had as guests Sunday the Wayne and Earl Opheim's, Mason City. Others during the week were the Bill Chanitlands, Humboldt, and Haxley Berges, Bode, Ed Opheims, Northwood, and her brother Clifford Sween, Marsihalltown. Neighbor friends called for her birthday Tuesday. The Levi Sweens and Mrs, Carl Opheim accompanied Oil KoMer Myer. Pump* R. J. FUNK Plumbing & Heating 1195. Ood«. Algon.. !««• W1NTIR TIRES Ledyard girl married Linda Diane Nitz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nitz of Ledyard and Ronald Larsen of Oma'ha, Nebr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Larsen of Tracy, Minn, wore married at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in .Lakota at 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 11. Rev. Paul Ofstedal officiated at the double ring ceremony. Organist, Mrs. Lillian Aukes accompanied the soloist, Ronald Olien of Lakota. Her personal attendant was Jan Larsen of Omaha, Larue Genrich of Okoboji was maid of honor. Elaine 'Steinberg, 'Ledyard was bridesmaid. They both wore deep Obey Barneitt of Omaha was the groom's bestman and Dick Clifford Sween to Colorado Springs Friday to visit relatives several d'ays. The Leon Gangstads returned Friday after visiting their daughter, the Loren Ahlridhs and Mark and Elizabeth in St. Louis ^and the Seth Amelungs- in : Iowa -City .•'• The : Gangestads plan'to spend the Thanksgiving holiday with Mrs. Gange&tad's sister, Florence Dawes in Evanston, 111. Dave Hoyt arrived Wednesday for Thanksgiving vacation. He is a freshman at Ames. The Larry Dunlavys and Danny, Newton, spent the weekend at the parental Vernion Tompfcin''s. The Gary Krafts had as Sunday guests her parents, the Vernon Tompfcins and Marlyce, the Larry Dunlavys, Jerry Hawkinses, Mrs. Sophia Enigstrom and heir guest, 'Mrs. Anna Jervik. Mrs. Anna Jervik, Bores- ford, S. D., and the Ingvald Sandahls, Fort Dodge were guests Sunday of Mrs. Sophia Enigstrom. The Burton Roods spent last weekend 1 visiting relatives in La mom and southern Iowa. Norman Pederson is a medical patient at Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. Rummell of Omaha was groomsman. The men all wore business suits. Following the reception the couple left on a weeks wedding trip to Arizona and Mexico. She is a 1963 graduate of Ledyard High School and a 1964 graduate of Mankato Commercial College. She had been employed as a secretary at fche 'Esthervi'lle Medical Center before her marriage. Mr. Lai-sen graduated in 1957 frtim Balatin, Minn. High School -and is employed witn the Anderson Construction Co. of Orrvaha, where the couple ai'e making their home. service Lighted dial right in the handset! Lets you relax in easy chair or bed as you make call after call. Special recall button restores dial tone in between calls. It's the most modern of telephones, the most thoughtful of Christmas gifts! To order, just call the telephone business office, or.ask any telephone employee. Northwestern Bell NOW...winter lire safety and traction at a low, low price..* 227 . tubelcts blickwill plus $3.10 F«d. It. Tax 12 tnd«-in tins Whitewalls just $2.50 more per tire • JTnyfnncnrrfcnnilriicliun • Dcrp IrtwIuMyiit dealt • Tu/§yn rubber lr«od for •»!« fflllM|*| - S.run, and durabl. - fculll d.ep ... bit. d»p •» *» "' »«••»»•'•<« ' Md »' BUY NOW ON OUR FASY PAY PLAN HILTON SINCLAIR SERVICE PUBLIC SALE At I hove bought the Dairy QuMn in Algeria I will ••!! my personal property on the farm n T8 and 169 junction at Algona, 3Vi miles wmt on 18 then Vt mile south located from . . and Vi milo wait or Vi mile north of K.L.&A. radio station, on 12:30P.M. FRIDAY, DEC. 2 TRACTORS 2 Model 560 Formal! gat tractor, power steering, fait hitch, good tirei, has been completely overhauled and real sharp. Hearhouser, wheel weights and duals for 560. Formal! M. tractor, good paint, completely overhauled lost year, now sleeves and pistons, rear end all gone over also. A real good M. Heathouser and cultivator forM. Power Machinery International model 463 rear mount 4 raw cultivator with rota shields. Like new. Mounts for 560. International No. 76 combine in extra goad condition with pickup, itraw sp- reador and seour clean. McCormick No. 60 3-16 trip bottom plow, Like new. McCormick 2 Mi corn picker with 4 lug rolls and new hulking rolls. John Peere 494 4 row planter with fertili- ser and Candy insecticide, disc opener, rubber press wheels. Real good. M. M. 13 ft. 6 in. wheel tandem disc, greaielesi bearings. Farmhand rota type rake. 2 yean old. John Deere 50 ft. wide type grain elevator, P. T. 0. in perfect condition. I.H.C. 7 ft, power mower, John Deere 4 row rotary hoe. John Deere 15 ft. straight disc. 7 row mounted sprayer with hand boom. M. M. 16 ft. spring tooth. 2 years old. 4 section lever flexible drag with steel folding evener. I.H.C. 3-14 No. I plow on rubber. I.H.C. No. 200 manure ipreoder. Paulson hydraulic manure loader with snow bucket, 560 mount. Electric farm trailer with all new 6:00 « 16 in. tire* and wood Hare bos. 2 New Westendorf heavy duty farm trail- on with 6 ton Midweit hoists, new wide ' type Walsh steel flare boxes, 2 in. wood floon, full width 3 way engata, adjustable tongues, and good 9:00 x 14 in. 4 pry tires. Miscellaneous I.H.C. endgoto seeder. Real good clipper fanning mill. 300 gallon gas barrel and steel stand. 100 gallon fuel barrel. Paint sprayer complete with compressor. 12 ft. 4 in. grain auger with electric motor I.H.C. 2 way hydraulic cylinder with hoses 2-1 way hydraulic cylinden. Snow bucket that f iti over manure bucket. Junker 2 M. Picker with blower for repairs J. Peere elevator carriage, 4 sections, spouts etc. to be sold for parts. 2 overhead wagon hoists. !/j in, electric drill and bits. 2 speed jacks, wood road drag. 2 steel water tanks with hog waterers. Several rolls of wire cribbing. Electric fencer and weed chopper. Old air compressor. Aireation tube for steel bin and 5 electric fans A moten for tube. Some tteel and wood posts and longer poles. Heavy anvil in good condition, 2 long chicken waterers with heating elements. Super flame space oil heater. An old wood wall telephone. BUILDINGS Portable 6 pen hog house reroofed. 10 » 16 tool shed and shop. FURNITURE Complete bedroom set, steel bed, vanity, end tables, utility steel cabinet, pictures, waffle iron, deep fat fryer, child's electric organ, childrens' toys and games, metal cot, portable mixer, dishes, etc. TERMS: Cash, or make arrangements with clerk before *ale. No property to be until settled for. Not responsible for accidents should any occur Dean Jergenson, owner CLERK: S.cgriry State look of AJfoaa leaso*

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