Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 3, 1966 · Page 6
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*-ALGdNA (Iowa). ADVANCE MONDAY. JAN. 3, 1966 Bear Facts ! By NEIL NURRE Begin registering for Adult Night classes day$ with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lavoy Dawson. David Risvold and Stephanie Bar-tick, who .attends St. Olaf college at Northfleld, Minn. are spending the holidays with Friday night, December 17, Garrigan played Fort Dodge St. Edmon's there. The Sophs played first and won with a score of 54 to 47. The Varsity played a close game all the way and it ended up 56 to 52. Two busloads of students made the trip to Fort Dodge. —GHS— Christmas vacation began December 22 at 1:30. Classes were dismissed and will resume on January 3. —GHS— Garrigan helds its Christmas Concert Sunday, December 19. Choruses were under the direction of Sister Virginia Marie,. P.B.V.M., and John Sterba, The band was also under the direction of John Sterba. Narrators were Bob Smith and Bob Lucey. In the Nativity Scene, Sharon Ludwig played Mary; Ron Kohlhaas, Joseph; Bob Schmitt, Bob Bestenlehner and Dennis Hudspeth, shepherds; David Zeimet. David Schneider and Mike Elbert played the 3 kings. The concert was well attended. —GHS— Saturday night, December 18, Garrigan played Don Bosco of Gilbertville on the home court. The sophs won their game 63 to 37. The Varsity also won their game with Gilbertville trailing all the way 57 to 42. —GHS— The Garrigan operetta "Tha Music Man" will be held in January. Tryouts for both acting and singing are still being held. TOP STUDENT — Barbara Rexwinkel, senior at Floyd Valley Community high school is one of 64 outstanding high school students who will be admitted "With Recognition and Award" as freshmen for the fall 1966 term of Iowa State University at Ames. Registrations are now being accepted for the entire schedule of adult classes offered by the Algona Community School. Enrollment in any class may be made by calling 295-3518, office of the high school principal, or by writing to Frank Brusie, Adult Education, Algona 'Community High School. Someone will be available to receive registration calls or questions at least part of the time from Dec. 27 through Dec. 31, even though regular school classes are not in session. It is desired to have all registrations completed by Thursday • evening, Jan.6, at 4:30 p.m. This first meeting. There is no tuition charge for layman's law or first aid. Needed materials are in addition to the tuition charge. Corwith Mrs. Harry L. Maw their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ezarski, Christmas night dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. Welter at the Parish Hall the Catholic church were and Mrs. Robert Welter C. at Mr. and would make it possible to develop a much better organized program. Classes being offered are beginning sewing, advanced sewing and alterations, millinery, beginning knitting, advanced knitting, decorating your home, upholstery, - sculpturing with clay, sketching and oil painting, beginning conversational Spanish, advanced conversational Spanish, democracy and its enemies, layman's law, speed reading and reading efficiency, modern math for parents and other adults, public speaking ; and investments and marketable securities. Also, beginning typing, advanced typing, shorthand, gen- aral record keeping, general metal shop, adult men's recreation, beginning bridge, intermediate and advanced bridge, gun- smithing and shell reloading, creative crafts, basic aviation, red cross first aid, and adult irivers' education. When registering for an adult ?lass, submit your name, ad- Iress, telephone number, class reference, and a second choice course if you have one. Most classes begin, on Monday evening, Jan. 10, with a few exceptions. Men's recreation is to meet on Tuesday evening, Jan. 11, while advanced typing and gunsmithing and shell reloading will meet on Wednesday evening, Jan. 12. Drivers' Education will not begin until Mar. 7. Classes will meet one evening each week from 7:30 to 9:30 on the scheduled night for 10 weeks. Red cross first aid is a 5 session program, however. Tuition^ charge is 50c per session payable in full at the family, Ralph Welter, Hazel Hudson of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. William Welter and family of Carroll, Misses Edith and Delia Welter of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Robert De Groote and family and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Welter. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zeigjer and Roger and friend of Goodell, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Zeigler of Kanawha visited Christmas night at the John Babcock home. Mr. and Mrs. John Babcock and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Saunders and family and Sandra Babcock visited Sunday night with Mrs. Eunice Saunders in Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gjersted were Christmas dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Art Wagner in Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bonnstetter and family of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. James Bonnstetter and family of Milford, were Christmas weekend guests at the Ernest Bonnstetter home. Mr. and Mrs. William Erdman left on Tuesday for Los Angeles, Calif, to spend a month with their daughter Linda. Mrs. Erdman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ferry Smith of Schaller accompanied them and will spend a month. Jill, Kimberly and Kelcie Welter, children of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Welter of Mason City, are spending a few days with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Welter. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Murray of Ames were Christmas eve guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Erdman. Craig, Dawson. .w.bjo,.. is attending Iowa University af Iowa City is spending the holi- Carla and Vicky arrived home after a visit with their daughter, sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Jordon at Phosnix, Ariz. Christmas eve dinner guests at the home of Mr., and Mrs. C. B. Robinson were Gertrude Wilkins of Fort Worth, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vestrum, Jackie and Diana, Mrs. Olive Erdman of Wesley and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will, Mick and Mary. Mr. and Mrs. Gail Slack and Ted of Des Moines spent the Chrirtmas weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Maw. Mr. and Mrs. William Wood left for Iowa City to spend until after the New Year at the home of their daughter and family, Dr. and Mrs. Ray Gill. Mr. and Mrs. John Daniel of Britt and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Daniel and family of Algona were Christmas eve guests at the John Daniel Sr. home. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Youngwirth and family and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Oxley were Christmas eve and Christmas day dinner guests with their parents : Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hauptman. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Heise and family, Gertrude Thron- bury and Alma Heise were Christmas day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Kaulen in Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. John Daniel Sr. were Christmas dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Daniel in Algona. Derald Gourley, who is teach- Jutting home in Buffalo Center. Mr. and Mrs. Everett French and 3 sons of Concord, Calif, and Mr. and Mrs. Birbaumer of Clair visited Thursday at the James Zweifel home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jorgensen and Jim spent Christmas day ait the Lester Pechuner home in LuVerne and on Sunday spent the day at the John .feil's in Marsihalltown. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Stroup, who have been stationed in Alabama; visited his grandmother, Mrs. Viloa Brown on Thursday and with other friends and relatives. They will leave January 3 for Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Marr were overnight guests Thursday with their son and wife, Mr <>nd Mrs. Richard Marr at Os- kallosa, and then left for Kalamazoo, Mich, to spend Christmas with their son Eugene and family. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Lsnz and son and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown and family of Mason City were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown in Industry. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Zweifel and family left for their home and at Wilmore, Ky. after spending "** the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Zweifel. Rev. and Mrs. Robert Wessell and Jennifer and Mr. and Mrs. James Zweifel were Monday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilhite. Mrs. Addie Hamm spent Friday to Sunday with her daughter and family, Mrs. Art Kraft in Renwick. On Christmas day she attended a family dinner at the Keith Gregory home in Kanawha. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Benton, Mrs. Myrna Hamm and Mrs. Ro land Sheriff of Eagle Grove were We'dnesday dinner guests of Mrs. Addie Hamm. Mr. and Mrs, George Glawe, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Glawe and family were Christmas day guests at the Roy Clark home in Britt. Christmas eve guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Glawe were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Imlay and daughter of Ma son City, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Glawe and family and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Glawe. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Glawe Chambers were luests 6fl StUiday at the Charles Nygaard home at Wesley. Vickie Williams of New Providence is spending the holidays at the John Oxley home. LOAN 1 - Far Shopping - Winter 2 - To Consolidate Debts - Any Purpose 3 - Payment Plans to Suit Your Income. LOANS MADE ANYWHERE WRITE - STOP IN TODAY Open Fridays 'Til 8:30 P. M. — Closed Saturdays American Acceptance Corp. 112 No. Moore Phone: 295-3507 ing Physical Education in Caracas, Venezuela, arrived to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Gourley. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Elbert, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Elbert, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mullin, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mullin, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Livingston and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Livingston and Mr. and Mrs. Roland Hakins were guests at a pre-Christmas at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Trenary at Pocahontas. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Riggle spent a week with their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Arric at Tulsa, Okla. Mrs. R. C. Welter visited her sister, Mrs. Lydia Huber at the rest home in Buffalo Center on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Zweifel a,nd family and Rev. and Mrs. Robert 'Wess'ell'arid Jennifer vi- i sited Thursday at the Roland FARM AUCTION THURS., JAN. 6, 1966, 1.00 P.M. SOUTH EDGE OF BODE, IOWA TRACTORS 1938 U. T. Minneapolis Moline Tractor; 1950 W.D. Allis-Chalmers Tractor; 1958 340 I. H. C. Tractor. FARM MACHINERY Minneapolis-Moline 88 Combine; New Idea No. 20 Corn Picker; 15 Foot Disc. 10 Foot I. H. C. Tandem Disc; 20 Foot Kewanee Harrow; 4-Section Case Rotary Hoe; I. H, C. 226, 2-Row Cul tivator; Allis-Chalmers 2-Row Cultivator; Western Land Roller; I. H. C. 4-Row Corn Planter; Oliver Manure Spreader; Case 3-Bottom Plow; Allis-Chalmers 2-Bottom Plow; Cross Endgate Seeder; Allis-Chalmers 7-Foot Mower; I. H. C. 4 Bar Side Rake; Flat Rack; 3 Flare Box Trailers with Hydraulic; Comfort Sprayer; Clipper Fanning- Mill; 28-Inch Red River Thresher. MISCELLANEOUS 100 Gallon Oil Drum with Pump; 100 Gallon Gas Barrel; I, H. C. 4-Can Milk Cooler; Three 60-Bushel Hog Feeders; One 45 Bushel Hog Feeder; Three 80 Gallon Hog Waterers; One 2x6 Water Tank; 3x6 Water Tank with 6 Hog Waterers; 300 Gallon Water Wagon on 2-Wheel Trailer; 300 Gallon Water Wagon on Running Gear; Two 3-Pen Hog Houses; One 6-Pen Hog- House; 1 Chick Brooder House; One 10x12 Walk-In Hog Feeder. Other Articles Too Numerous To Mention TERMS: CASH. NO PROPERTY REMOVED UNTIL SETTLED FOR. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS Andersen and Kleve, Auctioneers Iowa State Bank, West Bend, Clerk losing-Out Having decided to quit farming I will sell all of my personal property at auction on the farm located: 5'/2 miles south of Titonka on highway No. 226; or 4 miles west and SVi north of Wesley; or 11 miles east and 5'/2 north of Algona, on— THURSDAY, JA 6 - SALE STARTS AT 12:30 SHARP 3 - TRACTORS - 3 ^1960 Farinall "560" Diesel Tractor. Torque A. Fluid in tires. One year since overhauled, in A-l condition. 1956 Farmall "400" Tractor with "450" Pac. Torque A. 140 hrs. since overhauled. In top condition. l959Tarmall "330" Utility Tractor with Bennett Industrial Loader. Independent Large Cap. Pump. P. S. Fast Hitch. This unit is in perfect condition. Farm Machinery 1-Ton wt. Cement Block for Fast Hitch. IHC "448" 4-Row Cultivator IHC "438" 4-Row Cultivator. IHC 7-ft. Power Mower with wind- rower attach. IHC "37" 14-ft. Tandem Disc, greaseless bearing. Brayhill Harrow attach., NEAR NEW. IHC "401" 16-ft. Spring Tooth, NEW IHC 21-ft. Harrow with Steel folding Evener. IHC "2 MH" Heavy Duty Corn Picker, grease banks, 400 mdts. IHC No. 10 Shelling Unit, Super Snout. IHC 4-16" Bottom Plow. 2—Case 3-16" Bottom Plows. IHC "450" 4-Row Corn Planter with Pert. & Insecticide attach. IHC Endgate Seeder with Barge Box attach. Ottawa 46-ft. Wide Type Elevator with Spouts, etc., Speed Jack. 2—Stan-Hoist Trailers with Hoist > & 6' x 12' Barge Boxes, Factory Units. Welsh Trailer with Hoist & 6' x 12' Barge Box. 15-ft. John Deere Disc — 4-Bt. Stalk Rake. 9-Row Mounted Sprayer — 3 Hydraulic Cyinlders. 3—300 Gal. Gas Barrels with stand, etc. 2-Wheel 8'x 14'Tilt-Bed Imp. Trailer. Tractor Chains, Heat Housers. etc. Schultz 4-Section Rotary Hoe, greaseless bearing, NEW. Schultz Field Chopper. Homka 6 H.P. 30-in. Ride Type Mower, like new. Livestock Feeders & Equipment 3—500 bu. Cattle Self- Feeders. 2—8' x 14' Walk-In Hog Feeders Crain-0-Vator with 8' Auger ir 1—85 bu. Pac Steel Feeder, cast bottom. ir 1—Paco Cattle Scratchier. ir Feed Bunks, Hog Troughs, etc. * New Holland "330" 130 bu. Manure Spreader, P.T.O. if Portable Cattle Chute. 1963 FORD GALAXIE This "500" series has V-8 engine, "352" H.P. motor. Power steering, Cruise-a-matic and lots of extras, ONLY 25,000 ACTUAL MILES. SHOP EQUIPMENT Bear 200 Amp. Electric Welder with 50 feet 500 Amp. Cable, all accessories; Portable Air Compressor, 20 in. Fan, 1 H. Elec. Motor; Charcoal Burner, Bolt Cutters, Hyd. Jack, 48" Handy Man Jack,'a/4 j n . Drive Socket Set complete; plus misc. Hand Tools. IIATEi This equipment is all in First Class Condition, and as you will not have the opportunity to buy items like Cat*^ * tie Feeders, etc. at every auction, plan now to attend this sale. TERMS: CASH. No Property Removed Until Settled For. Not Responsible For Accidents. Vernon Wenger, Owner CLETE WEST & CLAIR CLARK, Auctioneers EXCHANGE STATE BANK, WESLEY, Clerk

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