Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1967 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 30, 1967
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Mr*. Phil Diamond is in Chicago, ill., visiting with her mother, Mrs. Jerry Stein. Mr. and Mrt< Howard Lowman, Mrs. Katie Schroeder and son Arthur, Mrs. Henry Schroeder of Lone Rock and 'Mrs. Irvin Klatt of Fenton attended the fiftieth wedding anniversary Sunday at Omaha, Neb. for Mr. and Mrs. Otto Rohder. Mr. and Mrs. Duant Riley entertained at a card party Friday evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. William Goetsch of LuVerne, Mr. and Mirs. Dean Benischoter, Mrs. John Putnam and Mrs. Carl Goetsch. Mr. and Mr*. William Funk entertained the latter's children at dinner Thanksgiving. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Duane Riley and David, Richard Riley, Mr and Mrs. James Hommen and family of Malison, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth KJley end Melissa of LuVerne, Mr, and Mrs. John Kiley, also of LuVerne and Mrs. Carl Goetsch. Tho Senior MVP mooting Will be held Sunday, December 3 at 4 p.m. Hosts will be Mr. and Mrs. Robert Darbyshire and Mr. and Mrs, Rex Taylor. Mr. and Mr». Donnii Orton of Marshalltown, former Algerians, are parents of a daughter born Sunday. November 26. She has been named Dawn Annette. Mrs. Myrna Orton has been there a short time but had to be back at Terre Haute, Ind. where she is nurses aide in a hospital. Mr*. Graco Tumor has returned from Des Moines Public Auction As I am teaching in Churdan. I will offer my house In Burl for sale at public auction on the premises on Saturday, Dec. 9th 10:00 A. M. The former Ruth Hodgson home located on main street 2 blocks west of the Burl Bank on the comer lot approximately 122 ft. x 130 H. This is a 4 or 5 bedroom home with all hardwood floors, good oil furnace, new roof and foundation 2 years ago. garbage disposal and is in good general repair. This house could easily be made into a duplex or apartments. TERMS: 20% cash down payment day of sale, and balance as soon as contract showing clear title is furnished. Possession: Immediately. > Taxes: Seller will pay 1967 faxes due in 1968. Bruce Cranston owner AUCTIONEER: Charley Quinn, Bancroft For further information write or phone Bruce Cranston 712-685-3186, Churdan or see or phone Charley Quinn, 5061, Bancroft. rff«t« (lewe) Aehriffte THURSDAY, NOV. id, mf where she had spent a couple of weeks and Thanksgiving with her daughter Mr». Mirjorie Apple and Mrs. Ruby Wilton. Mr. and Mrt, Pete Jefferv son had as dinner guests last Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin 'Morey of West Bend.' Dinner fueiti Thurtctey if 'Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schlie- vert were the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fraser, Mrs. Mary Fraser and Mrs. Minnie Parker. Mr. end Mri. Clarence Fraser spent Sunday in Des Moines with their son Richard and family. Greg, ton of Mr. end Mrt. John Snerc spent his Thanksgiving holiday with his parents. He is a student at the University of Northern Iowa at Cedar Falls. Mrt'. KUrold Smith spent from Saturday till Monday at Burt with her cousin, Mrs. Ernestine Steward. Mrt. A. M. Quinterd spent from Saturday till Monday at Rochester, Minn., with Mr. Quintard who is recovering recent surgery. Mr. end Mrt. Cecil McOin- nis and Mrs. "Julia Taylor spent Thanksgiving at Manchester with Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Stephenson, brother-in-law and sister of the women. From there they went to Cedar Fails to visit over the weekend with the Me- Ginnis' son and daughter-in- law, 'Mr. and Mrs. Don McGinnis and family. Don teaches in the Waterloo school system. Dr. end Mn. William Men- lux came from Ames Sunday, November 19 to visit with the former's mother, Mrs. Elvira Monlux who is a resident at Good Samaritan Home 2. She has kept her apartment at the Alderson building on south Moore street and the trio had a pre-Thanksgiving dinner there, the food being brought by the guests. The guests remained over night. Mrs. Monlux Sr. has made very good recovery from a broken 'hip suffered some 'time ago and walks remarkable well and unaided part of the time. Mr. end Mrt. Gordon Kuhn 'had as Thanksgiving guests their son Bob and family of Ankeny and their son-li-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Klein and RicMe. Bob and family were accompanied by rMrs. Leota Halpin, mother of Bob's -wife who spent the day with her brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Patterson. Mrt. Pearl Potter wet dinner guest Thursday of her son and daughteronrlaw, Mr. «and Mrs. Muni Potter. The son Sherman Potter and wife were guests the same day of the Russell Walkers. The Potters live at Bmmetsburg. Mr. and Mrt. Perry Lowman spent Thursday ait Garner with the former's brother- in-ilaw and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Sankey. Mr. and Mrt. Newton Hiet- FORENOON CLOSING-OUT PUBLIC AUCTION As I am quitting farming, I will hold a Public Auction on the farm located V& miles North of Armstrong, Iowa, on Highway 44, or 3y 2 miles South of State Line store: MONDAY MORNING, DEC. 4th SALE STARTS AT 9:30 A. M. - FARM MACHINERY - "M" FARMALL TRACTOR, just completely overhauled, with Power-Pack and 11-speed transmission. "400" FARMALL DIESEL TRACTOR, with new Torque. 2MB McD. PICKER, with grease bank and adjustable rolls, JOHN DEERE U 490" PLANTER, with new fertilizer attachments and insecticide. * Case 3-16" Plow * M-M 7-Ft. Mower * Terfer 4>Bottom Stubble Turner * 4-Wheel Wagon and Box, with I-H Endgate Seeder if 1-H 6-Section Flexible Drag * I-H Manure Spreader * I-H Digger * I-H Manure Loader * 15-Ft. Disk * I-H Digger, with tractor hitch * Steel Wheel Wagon * Ford Scraper if EZ-Flow Fertilizer Spreader ir McD. No. 37,13' 6" Wheel Tandem Disk if "448" McCormick-Deering Cultivator ir Mc-D. 4-Bar Side Delivery (like new) if I-H Wide Front End; Two Heat Housers if John Deere "555" 4-Bottom Trip Plow * John Deere 42-FL PTO Wide-Type Underslung Hoist Elevator (very good) it New 7-Ton Wagon, with 14" rubber adjustable tongue and new steel Flare Box and Hoist -MISCELLANEOUS- ir 2— Tractor Radios; * Ford Tractor Pulley; it Grain Auger with electric motor; it $ — Hydraulic Cylinders and Hoses; * Tractor Chains; ir 2-325-Gal. Gas barrels and stands, 1 with filter; ir Air compressor; * Cement Mixer; ir F-155 Knipco Heater, with thermostat; ir Red Ryder 25" Riding Lawnmower; it Pipe and windmill Iron; and other miscellaneous items. FEEDER PIGS 40 CHOICE FEEDING PIGS - FEEDING EQUIPMENT * Feed Bunks; * Feeders and Waterers; ir Walk-In Hog Feeder; it Time Clock; ir Feeding Platform; +Tank & Platform; ••• Sprayer; ir Snow Fencing. -FURNITUIE- * Perfection Oil Burner; ir Enamel Apt- Size Oil Burner; * 285-Gal. Fuel Barrel; Many other Household items, -SNETUNI PONY- Six-Year-Old Shetland Pony (very gentle) ; Good Saddle and Bridle. VSU.iL 4UCT1ON TERMS — Not Responsible for Accident* — HARTLEY AUST, owner CLARK AND CLARK-Aucttoneera First Trust & Sai g—Clerk Sorority sale ' t, m ed with Mr. And MM. ftafge Kraft of Northwood Saturday «fternooti. Accompanied by the son Dtve Riley, they, fpent iMt weekend tt Ogden with Mr, ifid Mrs. James Dook •fid Mitt and Mr, and Mr*. Loren Ohristensen, . A/2t Rich.rd Dreyet left by plane from Mason City on Wednesday for Langley AFB, V*., after spending the Thanksgiving holiday with his parents, the Robert fJreyers. day evening. (fhttfSday) ZETA XI CHAPTER of Beta Sigma Phi is having a bazaar and bake sale Saturday, Dec. 2, from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Legion Memorial building basement. Most of the gift items will be inexpensive to fit everyone's budget. The sorority is repeating the sweater raffle which they held last year. Pictured here is Mrs. Madonna Skog- strom as she receives the sweater at last year's bazaar from Sharon Cowan. Tickets for the sweater are 25c each or 5 for $1.00. They are available from any sorority member or at the bazaar. The sweater drawing will be held at 2:30 p.m. and the winner does not need to be present. /y///////y////////^//^////y/r//^^^^ er were guests Thursday of the former's niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Clair Bollinger at Lone Rock. Becky Ostwinkle wes Thenks giving day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Krebsbach and in the afternoon, she and Pat Krebsbach went •to Britt to visit with his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kahar. They also brought home Tammy Krebsbach from Des Moines. Charley Ostwinkle who is a resident at Good Samaritan Home 1 was recently visited by his son Claude and wife of Omaha, Neb. They also visited, the Paul Ostwinkles. The men are brothers. Mary Ann, daughter of the Paul Ostwin- kles was home from Minneapolis, Minn, for the holiday. Evelyn Cady had es callers Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Bob McDougall, Jay and Andy of Minneapolis, Minn. They had been at Mason City Visiting with Bob's' mother, Mrs. Evelyn McDougall. The daughter Kristan was not feeling well and did not accompany her parents here. Mrs. Evelyn McDougaU and 'her late <husband Wallace are former well known Algonans and Mr. McDougall was manager of the former Botsford lumber company. Mr. and Mrs. David Harig had as dinner guests Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Baxter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jacques, Mr. and Mrs. Erman Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hatison, Mrs. Mary Young, Mrs. Wanda Hudson and the respective families. Mrs. Okja Jordon and her sisters Ellen and Alma Carlson have had as guests Mrs. Jordon's son and daughter- in-law and family of Minneapolis, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Riley and Mrs. Carl Goetsch visit- BRIDGE CLUB Mrs.-Phil Diamond enter- talned her bridge club Tues- NOTICE OF DECISION OF THE iOA r,?v° F «. ADJ H. STMINT °' TMI D . CITV 9' ALCONA. IOWA iJ. p H 00 '! 06 .]? hereby 9'ven that the Board of Adjustment of the City of Algona, Iowa has granted a variance from the terms of the Zoning ordinance in connection with the ao- plication of Ed Adams, 205 S. Main in order to permit construction of attached garage to be 4 feet closer to lot line than zoning and alleys. Any person aggrieved by this decision may present to the District Court of Kossuth County a Petition for review within thirty days from the 28 day of November, 1967. BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT By E. Barr Chairman Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, Thursday, November 30, 1967 At I am going full time with Pioneer Seed Corn I will sell my ptnontl property on th« farm locot.d 3 mil., north, l'/ 4 mil., w.,t of Luv.rn., Iowa, or .5 mil., •oufh o7 8m B milai south and . wtitof Swtonon TUES., DEC. 5 12:31 Lunch on Grounds International Power Machinery 2 TRACTORS 2 International Model 560 Ges Tractor, fast hitch, good tires and paint, real sharp, bought new in 1963. Wheel weights for 560. 194i Farmall H Tractor, with M ft W pistons in good condition. IHC 2 MH picker, grease bank, blower, new sneping rollers a year ego, new, l> . u * ll '"f M •"' "•» Sobering cheins this fell. IM 5u±lr! ^i 4 *?£ m " low - 1 *•« ° w « IHC No. 37,13 ft. 6 in, wheel tandem disc. IHC No. 26 stelk cutter. IHC. No. 30 tractor manure spreeder in geed condition, IHC No. 444 corn planter, with fertiliser attachment. IHC No. 441 cultivator, mounts 560, IHC 64 combine, hum* reel. Good canvas end pickup. IHC 25V 7 ft. power mower. IHC 3 bar tractor side delivery. IHC endgete seeder. IHC Cub Cedet 7 H.P. power lawn mower m reel good condition. IHC !• ft. straight disc. IHC 1 way hydraulic cylinder. Other Machinery Schult* 4 row rotary hoe, in good shapeT Kovar 16 ft. spring tooth. Stan hoist manure loader. Kowanec 4 section lever drag. Noble mountfd sprayer and bend boom. Super snoot for M Farmall. e '(?i l ? l L 5 *°« *•"" »»»i'«r with f'/j ft. x v/2 tt. wood barge box, 5 ton hoist, 6*00 16 in. tires. To be sold as 9 unit. Povid Bradley 4 ton form trailer with 6:50 * 15 in. tires. Old beet wagon. J. P. overhted wagon hoist end cradle. Pwatonna 1? in, troctor mounted pott h»)e auger. Ha, dug less than 100 bolfs H^ 2 wheel trailer with box. 3'/i in. 2 way hydraulic cylinder 12 « 38 tractor chains. Speed jack. BUILDINGS, ETC. 12 ft. i 20 ft. 6 pen portable hog house, 2 in. floor, cedar shingle roof, in good condition. 10 ft. x 14 ft. old brooder house. 10 ft. x 12 ft. walk in hog feeder in good condition. 3-16 ft. feed bunks. Pride of the Farm rotary hog feeder. New Rig Chief 15 bu. hog feeder. 4 Jamesway 10 hole metal nests. 5 hanging chicken feeders. 1-8 gal. chicken waterer with electric heating element. Small steel water tenk. MISCELLANEOUS 300 gallon gas barrel and steel stand. Hog loading chute. Troctor radio, 1 year old, for 6 or 12 vort system. Portable air compressor end 50 ft. of hose. Pet '/a in. electric drill end bits. Otto self propelled power mower. Cob tank heater. Acetylene welder end tanks, Tox-o-wick cattle oiler, Oil burning breeder stove, 66:00 x 16 in. good used tires, Child's swing set, Socket set, 24 in. bay's bicycle, Nobel bale fork, 100 ft, trip rope, Electric fencer end posts. Household Goods Old oak oblong table with leaves, High chair, chest of drawers, some fruit jars, some tools and meny items too numerous to mention. 44 real good crossbred fall pigs. 20 heavy feeder hogs. FEEDS 600 boles first cuting alfalfa. 500 bales first cutting red clover and alfalfa. 150 boles straw. All hay and strow in barn in good shape. 65 tons of good 100 bu- corn silage in upright silo. Bmer Youngworth, ft en is. i *-, . • . . . ^>^^ §7 iiftfHDAV ClUi il ^%^ i f** * **> ...Ifn,- Flofcnee Bjtwtfoffi ir -Mm ®****** t JR** *& entertaining her birthday tertaining. herhjrthdjsr club etab this afteffroon (Hiu». 'M»ndiy f becemNf 4. The day). The anniversary of Mr*. ?™iveraftfy oMBstfier Mel- Anton Dkiriksen is being oi>- berg is beingobserved. HOSTS 500 CLUB Mrs. Beecher Lane was 'Mrs, Rex Voyies Is enter- 'hoste* to hef SOO club Wed* taining her bridge dub this neaday evettit BAPTISMAL RITES Baptismal rites were held Sunday, November 28 in the Congregational church tor Elizabeth Nancy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clay Mowers of Des Moines. Sponsors were Howard Custer and Nfenqy Cook and Rev. Frank Harcy officiated. Relatives in attendance were Mr. and .Mrs. Murray Mowers, Doreen and . Marcia, Mr. and Mrs. Don Ferris, Mark and Brian LaBar re, Mk-s. Dennis Gaihan, Robert and Debbie of Iowa Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Charles LaBarre and Rev. and Mrs. Frank Harcey. Mr. and Mrs. Charles LaBarre were hosts to the group at dinner at Van's. They are great grandparents of the infant, the Murray Mowers are the grandparents. POTLUCK DINNER A potluck dinner 'was held Tuesday by the Past Matrons at the Masonic Temple. PUBLIC AUCTION A< •* ort dl»ol<!ng pot hit fillip OKI) quilling laming, »* will lell rt* lollo-lng 61 auction ol At pbc« located }H mi. leuth ol OMOIM or Count? Y Bloelclop Rood; w 2 ml. lotl tad 3!i ml. north »l Brad«ott on Blacktop Road; or 5 ml. wttl of Bode and !-S ml. lou'tn, on THURS., DEC. 7,1 P. MAPLE LAW** GOOD WLL CLUB WILL SERVE LUNCH • INTIRNATIONAL TRACTORS *560 International Tractor. 2 Super M.D. International Tractors. 2C International Tractors H International Tractor. INTIRNATIONAL COMIINI 12 It. Stll Ptopillrd/Humt Rnl, Low Bar. Also a Cost A-6 Comb ins. • 1967 INT. ROTARY HOI 4 row, brand new. • I960 INT. 2M CORN PICKIR INTIRNATIONAL CORN PLANTIR 4 row, Liquid Ftrtllltir Tank and N«w MulcK« In 1966. . •ALIR AND WAGONS 5 Wagons •• 2 with lifli, 3 othtti. 1961 Inllrnotlonal Baler. 2 Bale Wagons. Side Delivery Rake. CULTIPACKIR, PLOWS, STALK CUTTIR, CULTIVATORS, ITC. Bean Planter ond'Cultlvolor. John Detrt, 4 row Spring Tooth. 1958 John Deere, 4 row Tandem Dlic. L'undell Slolk Cutter. Plowt Including 2.3 bottom 16" Int. and 2 bottom 16"; • 21 It. Western Culllpacker. Int., 4 row Corn Cultivator ILIVATOR AND AUOIR BOX Helder Auger Bo.. Ottowo 42 ft. Elevator. MISCILLANIOUS 2 Manure Spreaders. HVdroulic Scooo.' Knoedler Feed Grinder. Bear Cot Hornmemiill. large site. Milking Machine andEqulpmenf. Cooler and Separator. Other miscellaneous items too numerous to mention. TERMS: CASH; no property to be removed until settled. Not responsible for accidents. HOLDEN BROS. Unhard Holden and Gilbert Holdcn OWNERS ANDERSEN, KLEVE, & HUNDERTMARK, Auctioneers HUMBOLDT TRUST & SAVINGS BANK, Clerk. 1966 OLDSMOBILE Delta Holiday Sedan, Hydramatic, radio, heater, power steering, power brakes, whitewall tires, factory air conditioning. Low mileage. 1966 OLDSMOBILE Delta 88, 4 door sedan, Hy dramatic. radio, heater, power steering, power brakes, whitewall tires, factory air conditiong. Turquoise and One-Owner. 1966 AMBASSADOR 990 Sedan- A one year old model with 155 HP Torque-command engine, automatic and Power Steering, a Blue Beauty that stands out from the crowd. 1966 OLDS Delta 4 door Hardtop — full power equipped — one. local owner car with 18,000 actual miles. 1966 OLDS Cutlass Coupe - bucket seats - a fancy personal type car with the price right. One owner. 1966 CHRYSLER New Yorker - New tires - 28,000 actual mi1 " - "'Of) 0 mile warranty on this car. Immaculate condition. Full power and air conditioning. 1965 VOLKSWAGEN — Sunroof two door sedan, radio, rear speaker — cleanest around. 1965 DELTA 88 Oldsmobile Hardtop Sedan, all white and fully equipped with extras, except air conditioning. Another one owner car that will fill your needs. 19,64 OLDSMOBILE Super, 4 door sedan, Hydramatic, power steering, power brakes, whitewall tires, turquoise and one owner-low miles. 1963 OLDSMOBILE Dynamic 88, 4 door sedan, Hydra- matic, radio, heater, power steering, power brakes rear window defroster, medium blue. 1963 DYNAMIC 88-Bright red and Brand new tires, a one owner beauty with full power, radio, & Hydramatic. 1963 STAR FIRE- a one of its kind air in a cordovan with a saddle interior. One owner and this one has everything in options that Oldsmobile offers 1962 FORD Fairlane 500, 4 door sedan, straight stick radio, heater, beige color. 1962 AMBASSADOR - a 4 door sedan with 327 V-8, power steering, power brakes. Low miles. 1961 OLDS Dynamic 88 — one of the cleanest anywhere - . one owner car with power steering and Hydram.Hc 1961 CHEVROLET, Bel Air, 4 door sedan/automatic transmission, heater, white with blue interior CHEAPIES I960 Ford Galaxie 500, V-8, 4 door, auto, trans., radio heater, whitewall tires .............. S295 00 1959 Ford V^8, aalaxie, 4 door sedan ...... '..'.' $125 00 1960 Ford 6 cylinder , ? door........ ........... CIQO 00 19S7 Chevrolet Bel Air 4 door, auto, tran*., radio, whitewall tires, heater ..... *" 9 ' DAU'S OUMMMU t UNIUl Owner SOOTH DOOOf ri coy. i «».». ,__

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