Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 3, 1966 · Page 2
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AII66NA (tow*) ADVANC6\va,s a carpenter and Mrs. .Tohn- MONDAY. JAN, 3, 1966 Cribbage tilt starts Jan. 12 at Lone Rock Lone' Rock — The first session, of the Lone Rock American Legion cribbage tournament will be held at 8 p.m. Jan. 12 at tha Legion Hall. All other sessions for the 3-month period, Jan., Feb. and March, will be the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month. Usual entry is $1 and is open to men and woolen. Cash prizes will be awarded each night and a special prize for season total score will be presented. Free lunch will be served. RAY JOHNSON DIES Word was received by the P. M. Christensons that a former Lone Rock friend, Ray Johnson, Sierra Madre, Calif., had died Nov. 23. Mr. Johnson son Was a school teacher in the Lone Rock school. DIES SUDDENLY Word has been received here by friends of the sudden death of Mrs. Kermit Chase, Hemit, Calif. She is to be buried at Arlington, Iowa. Mr. Chase was superintendent at the time Fenton, Seneca and Lone Rock schools were consolidating. Albert Krtieger and daughter Margaret, Fairmont, wore visitors last week with his sisters Mrs. P. M. Christenson and Mrs. Chas. Morris. The Alfred Schultzes, Ottosen, and Gary Schultzes, Cedar Falls were Christmas guests of the Jesse Blanchards. Mrs. P. M. Christenson and Mervin were last Wednesday guests of her daughter, Mrs. Andy Peterson, Galva. The Lester Schultzes, Norfolk, Va., came Friday to Fredrick Schultzs. They spent a few days at De Smet, S.D., with his mother, Mrs. Hulda Schultz, sister, the Rodney Brandts, and brother, the Howard Schultzes. Enroute from De Smet they visited his brother, the Rev. Mar- vin Scliultzes, tatte Bock, Ta. The A. A. KruegefS, Kermit Krueger, St. Paul, Minn., Will Christenson, the B. A. Lees, Mrs. Pauline , McGuife, Algona and the Raymond Neswolds, Britt were Christmas guests at Ronald Christenson's at Belgrade, Minn, from Friday to Sunday. The W. J. Coltons spent Christmas eve and day at their son John Cotton's, Spencer. Christmas Eve guests at Roy Jensen's were the Roger Jensens, James Jensens, Albert Lea, Minn., Orville Deardorffs, Yale, and Tena Jensen. Christmas Day guests at Tena Jensen's were the Roger Jensens, Orville Deardorffs, Yale, James Jensens, Albert Lea, Minn., Roy Jensens, Otto Jensen and the Russell Jensens. Sunday guests at Ed Ohm's were the Gordon Ohms, Avoca, Martin Ohm and Willard Ohm. The Lorenz Gades, Whittemore, and John Schambers, Cleveland, Ohio were Monday callers at A. A. Krueger's. The Harlan Blanchards and Mrs. Maude Blanohard were Christmas day guests of the Gordon Blanchards, Mason City. Letters 16 v the Editor The Jaycees would like to thank the newspapers, radio station, Seven-Up distributing Co., V. F. W., Gambles store, Harrison's Variety store, and all the local citizens who contributed toward the Christmas party and helped make it a success. SERVICEMEN RONALD R. MULLER Seaman Apprentice Ronald R. Muller left Dec. 26 for Norfolk Va. after 18 days at home af ter completing his boot training at Great Lakes. He will begin his 9 month sea duty there. Hi new address is Ronald R. Mull er, S.A. 119-91-32, USS Casa Grande LSD 13, %F.P.O., New York, New York 09501. Need Printing? Call the ADVANCEI Land and Machinery Complete closing out farm auction of land and equipment on the farm 6 miles east of Bancroft on blacktop and Y* mile south, or 6'/2 miles south of Lakota SATURDAY MORNING, JAN. 9:45 A.M. Lunch Wagon on Grounds 9:45 A.M. MACHINERY 1953 Super H tractor, fire crator pistons, good tires, good condition 448 I.H.C. cultivator for Super H 1963 McCormick Deering No. 60 3-14 plow John Deere 48-ft. wide type elevator with all new chains, P.T.O. New Idea Model 6-A 2 row corn picker 1963 International Model 101 spreader, like new John Deere 490 4-row corn planter Allis Chalmers Model 60 combine, P.T.O. good canvas, pick up and straw spreader Coats 8-fr. windrower John Deere No. 5 power mower John Deere 4-bar side delivery rake David Bradley farm trailer with 6x10 ft. steel barge box with 2 in. wood floor and Midwest hoist Electric farm trailer with 15 in. tires Electric good steel flare box with 2 in. floor 4 wheel farm trailer with flat bed : John Deere endgate seeder w^_.u M M f! 100 gallon gas barrel and stand manure )95g |.H.(. 1 (OH pick UP, NltlS BUILDINGS Brooder house Walk-in hog feeder LAND Southwest ! /4 of Section 25, township 98 north, range 28 west. This is good productive land with a fine set of buildings. Modern house, large barn, hog house, chicken house, corn crib and granary, machine shed, cement stave silo, garage. Well tiled. This farm has been in the Harms family for many years. j TERMS: 10% down day of sale, balance on March 1, 1966 when possession and abstract and merchantible title will be given. Seller agrees to pay 1965 taxes which will be due and payable in 1966. Machinery and cattle will be sold first and the land immediately following about 11 A.M. CATTLE Holstein cow to freshen by sale day with 4th calf Holstein cow fresh Dec. 2 with 3rd calf Holstein cow fresh Nov. 22 with 3rd calf Holstein cow fresh Nov. 15 with 3rd calf Holstein cow fresh Nov. 12 with 2nd calf Holstein cow fresh Oct. 29 with 1st calf HoUtein cow fresh Nov. 4 with 2nd coif Holstein cow fresh Nov. 21 with 2nd calf 8 good white face calves on dry feed COWS ARE CHV AND TB AND BANGS TESTED DAIRY EQUIPMENT Master-bilt 8 can milk cooler, 2 yrs. old Surge 2 unit pump, 2 seamless buckets and pipeline for 14 cows 7 Hudson drinking cups and water line 6-10 gallon milk cans FEED Some corn silage 50 boles straw TERMS: Cash, or moke arrangements with clerk before sale. No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents should any occur, Albert G. & Margaret M. Harms, owner COMPLETE CLOSING OUT DAIRY We will sell at Public Auction our Dairy Cattle and equipment on our farmi miles north of Lone Rock; 1 mile west, 1/4 mile north; or 2 miles south and 2 ninesi east 1/4 mile north of Seneca or 6 miles south; 2 miles west and 1 3 /4 miles south ot iwea wry FORENOON FRIDAY, JAN. Fenton Cafe lunch on grounds 50 Head of 50 HI-GRADE f, r HOLSTEIN CATTLE 3!/2 and on: Sale starts 9:30 A.M. sharp MISTY - Fresh Nov. 30th with 5th coif, 305 doy loc., 17,205 Ibs. milk f 730 Ibs. b.f. SALLY - to freshen Jan. 19th with 5th calf, 305 doy lac., 19,410 Ibs. milk, 640 Ibs. b.f. ANDY-Fresh Aug. 1st with 4th calf, 305 doy lac., 11,820 Ibs. milk, 572 Ibs. b.f., bred Sept. 1 ANN - Fresh Dec. 8th with 4th calf, 305 day lac., 14,150 Ibs. milk, 540 Ibs. b.f. BOBBY - Fresh Nov. 28th with 5th calf, 305 day lac., 15,210 Ibs. milk, 531 Ibs. fat LILLY - Fresh Dec. 4th with 3rd calf, 305 day lac., 12,690 Ibs. milk, 530 Ibs. b.f. BETTY - Fresh Dec. 6th with 3rd calf, 305 day lac., 12,890 Ibs. milk, 520 Ibs. b.f. SUE - Fresh Dec. 12th with 3rd calf, 305 day lac., 14,490 Ibs. milk, 508 Ibs. b.f. TOPPER - Fresh Dec. 12th with 5th calf, 305 day lac., 11,620 Ibs. milk, 503 Ibs. b.f. UGLY-Fresh Nov. 13th with 4th calf, 305 day lac., 12,630 Ibs. milk. 510 MAIZY - Fresh Dec. 12th with 3rd calf, 305 day lac., 11,867 Ibs. milk f 490 lbs^b.f. CINDY - Fresh Dec. 12th with 3rd calf, 305 day lac., 14.377 Ibs. milk, 496 Ibs. b.f. BENNY - Fresh Dec. 6th with 3rd calf, 305 day lac., 12730 Ibs. milk, 488 BESSY - To freshen Feb. 25th with 4th calf, 305dayjac.. 12,280 Ibs. milk. 483 Ibs. b.f. LUCY - Fresh Dec. 2nd with 4th calf, 305 day lac., 14,220 Ibs. milk, 463 Ibs. "M. LOUISE - Fresh Dec. 1 1th with 3rd calf, 305 day lac., 12,823 Ibs. milk, 466 MIDGE - To freshen Jan. 15th with 3rd coif, 305 day lac.. 9.780 Ibs. milk, 455 Ibs. b.f . POLLY - to freshen Feb. 9th with_2nd calf, JlOSdav lac.. 12,160 Ibs. milk. 453~lbs. b.f. CHIP - Fresh Dec. 6th with 3rd ea[f,_305 day Jac., 10.427 Ibs. milk, 442 IBs. bJF^ AMY -To fresheneb. 2nd wirii"3rdealf. 305Ja V ac.. 1 27630 bsmi He, 428 Ibs. b.F. wtK 305 dny | oc ., 11.2RO Ibs. milk. 420 ibs. b.f. _ PATSY - Frcslov . 18th with 3rd coif, 305 davacnTSSC} Ibs. milk. 42Q~lbs. h.f. _ FOKEY-To ffrash with 4t calf. 305 day lac., 13/186 Ibs. milk7419 Ibs. bif. - Fresh Dec. 12th wth2ndeaf. 305avac.. 11 080 Ibs. milk. 416 Ibs. b~f. _^ ROBINj- Fresh Dec. 4th with 3rd coif. 305_davjac.. J0.14 5 Ibs^milk. 411 Ibs. b.f. LINDA - Fresh Pec. 8th with 1st coif. 305 dov loc.. 23 days-lllO milk. 71 Ibs. b.f. TIGER ^oJre^enJ«|i.Jt6thjvith L 2nd^calf :_305jlayJac.J 1 ,836 Ibs. milk. 406" Ibs. b.f PEPPER - To freshen Jan. 30thwth 2ndeal . 305aae.. 0.502bs milk. 401 Ibs. b.f. _ ^ Fresh ^. = 21sj^wjfrh_4tli_calf. 305Jlav_lac.. 10.460 Ibs. milk. 412 jbs. b.f. IKE -To freshen Mo r. 9th with_2nd eolf. 305 day loc.. 10.640 Ibs. milk. 402Jbs. b.f. PAM - Fresh Dec. 28th with 2nd calf. 305 dav loc.. 10.777 Ibs. milk. 395~lbs7b.f. CHERRY - To freshen Jan. 1 Othjvith 4th calf. 305 dav lac.. 10,427 Ibs. milkT396 IbsTbJf USELESS- To freshen Jon. 26thwith 2ndea|f. 305 day oe., 10.915 lbs.milk. 386 bsTk _ SARAH- To fsheJaiv25thwith _ 305 dav loc.. 10.650 Ibs. milk. 384 Ibs7b.f ^ with2nd calf. ^ 11. 780 Ibs. mjjk. 383 Ibs7b.f. •DAiZY_- Fresh Dec. 13thjvijri L 2i^d^alf^305lavlac.l.19 Ibs. milk. 381 IbsTbTf. CLIRK * Merlin ''Red" Mgdsen, Burt, la. AUCTIONEERS - Quinn ond Ufk - Fresh Pec. 29th with 2nd calf. 305 dov lac., 9,690 Ibs. milk, 378 Ibs. b.f. CHUBS - To freshen Jon. 15th with 2nd coif. 305 dav loc., 10,606 Ibs. m|lkT332 lbs7bTf7~ 12 Large Springing Heifers to freshen by sale dote or soon after. AUCTIONEERS NOTE — Herd sires have all eome from the John Walker and John Ruoer herds. This herd is averaqinq 4% and better at Bancroft Creamery, The original cows in this herd enme frnm Wisconsin ar»H o|| the v»unn rows and heifers were raised on this farm. 12 month herd average ending Aug. 30th—13,003 Ibs, milk, 501 Ibs. b.f.—3.8 averaqe test per cow. Weight and test given sale date on every fresh cow. All cows are Banqs Vaec. & T.B. & Banas tested with Ind. slips on each cow and Ind. B.F. record on each cow. 3 yr. D.H.I.A. slip will be given on each cow. Don't forget this is a forenoon sale. COWS ARE EITHER JUST FRESH OR SPRINGING HEAVY HORSE Palomino 7 yr. old Gelding - gentle, well broke Good saddle - bridle MILKING EQUIPMENT Solar 400 gal. atmospheric all stainless steel bulk tank like new; Area stainless steel milk conveyer, 60 ; ft, plastic hose and Bender releaser; Surge S. P. 22 - 6 unit pump, 1 yr . old; pipe line for 12 cows and stall cocks for each cow; 2 large Surge buckets with narrow in- Nations; 1 med. Surge bucket with narrow inflations 14 stanchions FEED About 500 boles alfalfa hoy, 2nd cutting, conditioned and put up without a rain* 1 000 bales straw. , P,W W Tf RMS: Cash, or mekfflfronjements with clerk before sale, No property to be removed un* til settled for. Not responsible for accidents should any occur, HURLBURT BROS. Owner CURK-Une Rock Bonk AUCTIQNeERS^Quinn. clerk

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