Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1967 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 21, 1967
Page 12
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at State Cdliege, Christmas tow with both of « S?*L V*** dau ^tef, their parents in Mt. Pleasant. jfo. MteJfMl G.gen, frith her they are Mr. and Mrs Verhon i^* 6 I 1 ? 111 cfc " df ««« Ctey* tfofifad and Mf, and MM. |f Add children: Debbie, J 0 l n " fi,' brother'f^iiv' at Llnd * U * fc »* J i< *»•**» «» • llftftfcrfi t*AM* ft Mil ftfij£,Aldft *£ if I "«. «Pr^*** ••*'• *»» «!»••«• O ACIIIIliy Ml, 4j|jj •£**«! fjfttfcM fo*l ft'2 "-fcAjiiij* AM isawiif loni ana lOuu* will ar* the natPhi* hrittui MA* rhtM Mr* flna Mrs. j&a ucKieig, re- five tomorrow from State reVSe MichaelI Michelle and turned ffoin cblleg* • Itec, 14 College, Pa., to fetnain with Mark Their father a Wv* andj '*'* b y ^ afte Monday his parents, the T. James omint* state Forester whn f« *!**• 18 f° r Chicago where Palmers, and Bother relatives J iva! reservist J5l fcl she will spend the holidays as till Jan. 2. On Christmas Day -leavifl? for a two weeS 8 uest of frleflds Mf - and Mrs they Will loin the Mertz fain- cruis" out of San tMego so Stahley *' l '» ttl b u rg II. nL»Lr !S2! on 'J l iii he »w l ! n can>t acc ompany his family ?^» A • . Ome< • m * t i his th , eir here. Mfs. Gagen will remain first Christmas in Algona for f or three weeks, then visit ten years. Robert works as a her husband's parents, at ^..-.. «„.«...«. .o OF .,,u- consultant for Parks, Mar- Theinsville, Wis., and stop ing a two week leave from wicks and Livingston Co. again in Algona before re- the ship U.S.S. Vital at the turning to Cheyenne. Tht M«rU Conrtdt will bt a* . FtlltfMl rCIIWII Brian Borchardt is spend' whose main offices are in Boston. He manages the offi ces at their Research labora- parental Ervin Borchardt's. he Norman Bellingers ces at tneir Research labora- ' ™ 7" _ , visited the Euian Schuli«.r? at tory on the campus of Penn spending Christmas Eve and SSka Fridlly Jvening •••••••••••••••••'••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Algona Municipal Utilities The Portland Social Club held their annual Christnias party Thursday, December 14 in the home of Ella Lampe in Bancroft, with Edith Jandl assistant hostess. Attending Were Josephine Arend, Effie Teeter, Elvira Christensen, Esther Williams, Shirley Lovstad, Hazel Larson, Alleda Harms, Elizabeth Kennedy, Edith Jandl, Ella Lampe. Ruth Trunkhill was a guest. There was a dollar Christmas gift exchange. Secret Sisters were revealed and new Secret Sisters drawn. There was also a cookie exchange. Elizabeth Kennedy will have the January meeting. Mrs. David Fritz, David and Debra of Wisconsin are visiting in the parental Clyde Moore home. ; 'Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitcft visited Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Moore and Mrs. David Fritz and family Wednesday evening. iMr. and Mrs. Bill Trenary and Doyle returned a week ago Wednesday from a trip to Tell City, Indiana, where they visited Mrs. • Trenary's mother, Mrs. Rosie Sandage and brothers and sisters. They were gone 10 days. Mr. C. W. Heerdt of Burt did the chores. 'Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett and Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy visited Mrs. Sadie Dentpn at the Britt Hospital Tuesday- She was getting along real well. Mrs. E. C. Schwietert attended her < Bridge Club Christmas party last Tuesday in the home of Esther Bahl ing. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baum and family of Minneapolis spent the weekend in 8 the E. C. Schwietert home. 'Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett attended the oyster supper in the Roy Habour home at Swea City Wednesday night. Paul and Janice Larsen came home from Ames to spend a two week Christmas vacation in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Larsen. 'Mrs. E. C. Schwietert attended the, FortnightlyiChrisU mas party in the, home iofEth Graham assistant Hostess. Party began with a one o'clock luncheon. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett attended the Golden Wedding anniversary celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Buffington and stopped to see Tom Trenary. "It is very difficult to keep your mouth and mind open at the same time." "Portland" ^^ ~^HMV VHWMMHHBHBWBHBHHHi^HHBP ... your Spring Fertilizer needs until you have sec the boys at CARGILL! YOUU BE CLAO YOU 010- HNM 216-2741 Incorporated i !«*• At I hove rented my farm,! will fell my persona I property on my farm 4 miles west a nd^ miiIts north of Wesley, or 9 miles east on highway 18 and H milts north of Algofia/or 1 mile east and ^ mile north of Sexton on 12:30 THURS., DEC. 28 m^. ' & i A ' ^ *. *f* ~. __ • _ 12:* Doon Methodist W. S. C. S. will stll lunch. 3 TRACTORS 3 1966 J. D. Model 3020 Gas Tractor Power steering, power brakes, 3 point hitch, positive traction, front weights, 3 wheel weights, just like new, only 690 actual hours. Almost new heathouser for 3020. 1958 J. D. Model 520 Good tires, overhauled 2 years ago and in good condition. 1942 Famuli H > Good tires and overhauled 2 years ago. John Deere Power Machinery J. D. No. 145-H, 4-14 in. semi mount plow. J. D. T4 - 4 row cultivator, mounts 3020. J. D. 400 - 4 row cultivator, mounts 520. J. D. 14 ft. model AW wheel Tandem disc. Greasless bearing, 18 in. blades. J. D. 141/4 ft. model CCA field cultivator, . like new. J. D. 494 planter, off set fertilizer, rubber press wheel. J. D. 227 - 2 row mounted picker, new husking rolls, new style spiral snaping rolls and new gathering chain. J. D. heavy duty 4 row rotary hoe. J. D. 24 ft. 4 section lever harrow with folding steel evener. J. D. H spreader on rubber. J. D. 40 ft. grain elevator 15!/2 in. wide. J. D. 7 ft. semi mount power mower, mounts for 520. J.D. 4 bar side delivery. J.D.I 5 ft. straight disc. J. D. 2-16 in. plow on rubber. J. D. farm trailer with 6 ton Big Butch hoist. 100 bu. Walsh steel flare box, 2 in. wood floor, full width 3 way tndgate, and new tires. J. D. drive on wagon hoist. J. D. endgote seeder. J, P. speed jock. J. D. hand corn shelter. 3 Hydraulic cylinders. CUrfci i«nk. Al,ono Other Machinery 1963 International model 80 combine, hume reel, straw spreader and pickup complete, has combined only about 500 acres. Lundell, Star Blazer stalk cutter with power lift. Humboldt stalk cutter. Stan Hoist manure loader and snow bucket, mounts H. tractor. Big Butch 8 row trailer type weed sprayer with 230 gallon glass lined tank. 40 ft. Little Giant grain elevator on rubber and underslung derrick. Electric farm trailer, 6 ton Big Butch hoist. 100 bu. Walsh flare box, 2 in. wood floor, new tires. Clinton farm trailer, with M. W. steel flare box, wood floor, good tires. Rubber tired wagon and flat rack. Miscellaneous Ariens riding power lawn mower. Homko power driven lawn mower. Tractor radio. Air compressor. Clipper No. 2 fanning mill, motor and screens. 300 gallon gas barrel and wood stand. Combination grain and livestock box for ; •• ; Vi or-% ton pickup. - ^ -f-^^/ f Old dump rake. : "' •••'•v ; ;/gf-" : , Olson bale fork. Tractor barb wire winder. P. T.O. belt driven speed jack. 2 electric fencers. Steel water tank. Cast iron self sinking oil burning tank heater. 1/2 in. electric drill. Pall Mall 6 in. electric power saw. Lots of good tools, etc. too numerous to mention. ^^^^^^^^^^^«^™^^M Buildings 12 x 12 ft. brooder house. Walk in hog feeder 100 bu. capacity. Loading chute, feed bunk. 50 gallon round hog feeder. Pride of the farm pressure hog fountain. 40 bu. hog feeder. Feed 450 bales conditioned 1st, 2nd and 3rd ^J 1 ? 1 '! 19 alfqlfa on d orchard grass hay. 150 bales straw, all in barn. -^—«^^^™^^^^^^^« Furniture Chrome kitchen toblt and 4 matching chairs, * Complete bedroom set, youth bed, baby crib, 01 burner, living room table, outdoor grill, drapes, etc, John Schanktnbtr 9 will consign a 1956 1 Ka ton ford truck with 14 ft, box and good hoitt and reconditioned motor. cltrk btfort toU, No for occtdf n ft should any occur, Dutch l,,k t, Ch«,l.y "•

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