Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 6, 1966 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 6, 1966
Page 12
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4-ALOONA (I0wi) ADVANCt THURSDAY, JAN. 6, 196* Virgean Bierstedt married THE ENGAGEMENT of Virgean Ruth Bierstedt, daughter of Lucinda Bierstedt and the late Alfred Bierstedt, is announced. She will marry Darwin Leek, son of Mr. and Mrs. Art Leek, Miss Bierstedt is a graduate of Sentral high school and is a senior majoring in elementary education at Iowa State university. He is a graduate of LuVerne high school and attended Iowa State. At present he is employed at Electronic Specialties. No wedding date has been set. Photo by Poundstone. Mason City visited Friday with Mrs. Fannie Barrack and Mrs, Mae Bagley, Mr. and Mrs. t)ick May and family and Hattie Maty of Algona were Christmas day guests of Mrs. Fannie Barrack and Mae Bagley. Sunday guests at the Lee William home were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Trettin and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Trettin and family of Rockford, Mr. and Mrs. De Ray Godfrey and Mike Williams of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Evans and Mrs. Lillian Masterson of Stanhope, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Williams and family of Cedar Rapids, Pat Williams of Bayard, Kate Evans and her fiance of Mason City and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mcln- tire. • Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Geary and family visited Christmas night with her Schoenvfetter. father, Ed St. Joe C.D.A. plans annual guest night St. Joe — Catholic Daughters of America will meet Jan. 12 at 7:30 p.m. in St. Joseph's school hall with grand regent Mrs. N. J. Weydert presiding. In charge of the lunch and social hour will be Mrs. Bob Berte, Mrs. Ralph Bormann, Mrs. Sylvester Wagner, Mrs. Ed Bormann, Mrs. Ted Hilbert and Mrs. Delmer Plathe. The annual "Guest Knights" for husbands and guests will be held Sunday, Jan. 16 with a 6:30 potluck dinner followed by a social evening. In charge are Mrs. Harold Reding, Mrs. Eugene Thul, Mrs. Eugene Zeimet, Mrs. John Gedschecker, Mrs. David McGuire, Mrs. Joe Loebach, Mrs. Connie Kohlhaas and Mrs John Altman. buque. The Dean Dodds family had s guests Christmas the K. L. Cohlhaascs, John Thuls, Raymond Kohlhaases and Sylvester Wagners from here and the Bill >odds and daughters and Mrs. ary Winkel, Algona. HOLIDAY PARTY The Farmerette 500 club held an annual Christmas party Dec 27 at Charlie's supper club in Algona with members husbands and the Wilfred Schneiders as guests. Five hundred was play ed followed by a gift exchange High was won by Mrs. Clarence Bormann and John Capesius second high to Mrs. Wilfred Kohlhaas and Art Kohlhaas, tra vel to the Clarence Bormanns Mrs. John Capesius and Mrs Eugene Zeimet were in charge of arrangements. A house warming party will be held a the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wil fred Kohlhaas at their January gathering with the husbands a guests. The Kohlhaases have just completed a remodeling job on their home. PARTY IS DATED Knights of Columbus me Wednesday with Grand Knigh Milford Plathe presiding. The Livermore Legion and the St Joe K,C. kittenball party will be held in the local club rooms this Thursday evening. Men o the parish are invited to attenc a Day of Recollection at St. Cecelia's church in Algona with the Rev. Justin Kane, Britt, in charge Sunday, Jan. 9. The Al gona Knights are sponsoring the event. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Living* ston and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Livingston and daughter were Christmas morning guests at the Arthur Livingston home, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Livingston left then for the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Lanz at Redding to spend Christmas and the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Livingston and Mrs. Ethel Morris were dinner guests at the Arthur Livingston home. Mrs. Viola Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Stroup of Ala., Mr and Mrs. Robert Stroup of St Paul, and Mr. and Mrs. Al Dis cher of Wesley were Christmas day guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stroup at Hampton. Christmas day guests of Mrs. Gail Skelley were Mf. and Mrs. Goldie Knapper of Forest City, Mr, and Mrs. Jerry Knapper of Hutchihs and Mr. and Mrs, Robert Skelley and family. Rev. and Mrs. Robert Wessell and daughter of Fremont, Mich, are spending 10 days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Zweifel. Ronald Zeigler who is stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. is spending the holiday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Zeigler. kollie Perkin of Britt and Ray Perkin returned to their home alter driving to Bloom- ngton, 111. to visit their brother Melvin who is in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. ^aul Saunders and family and Sandra Baboock of Huntsville, Ala., spent a week with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Babcock. Other Christmas guests were Mr. and Mrs. Don Dunfee and daughter and Lloyd Babcock of Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Williams and family of Cedar Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mclntire, Mr. and Mrs. William Erdmati man and Becky of Fort Dodge, Mr. and -Mrs. Dennis Scheffle- man and family and Paul Schef- fleman of Manly and Mr. and Mrs. Art Scheffleman were Christmas day guests at the Miarvin Scheffleman home. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fleshner and family of Deerwood, Mittii. Corwith Mrs. Harry L. Maw »»*»»»»»+»+»»»+»»»+»»»+» Mr. and Mrs. George Yeoman, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Hoover of Burt and Mr. and Mrs. Gary filbert of Mo. were Thursday evening supper guests at the Dale Yeoman home. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Devirie and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hall and Jimmy, Mr. and Mrs Robert Beer and daughter of lamer were Christmas day dinner guests at the home of Mrs Ethel Beer. Jack Barracks, Robert''Bar- rack, Roxanne and Marilee of •••••••••••••hi were Thursday all night guest* at the Don Poage home. They all spent the weekend at the paternal Robert Poage home at Baxter. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Webtler and family of Mason City Visl* ted Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Laura Brockman. Bon Gray, sen oi the V«|JMI ! i, is spending * lew days at the Clayton Smith home near Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Gray and family attended a family dinner Christmas day at the George ftippentfop home at Ti< tonka. Mi*. Oof* Eteift tftd 4m if* ter, Mfs. Lefi*, Gcigel (of ton- wick, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Karl KanflenbUfg of Htiffi. boldt to the Kenneth Kaiiften* burg home at West Bend/ Ffi< day and Saturday and the Gary Katinettbufg home in Storm Lake for Christmas day. , and Mike and Patty William were Christmas day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wil ham. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Frankl of Algona, Miss Cindy Bilbrey of Fort Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gjersted were Christmas night guests of Mrs. Mae Hig- gle.* Mr. and Mrs. Lavoy Dawson and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Robinson and Gertrude Wilkins attended a family dinner Christmas at the Harold Neilson home near LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Scheffle- *++»»»»»»»»»•»««»»»•«»•«»»»»«»»«»»»»»»»«»»»•»«»»< COLOR TV See the all-new Zenith COLOR TV in table models, console and stereo combinations. North Iowa Appliance Confer FAREWELL PARTY Carol Salz was given a farewell party at Ruth Hofer's, daughter of the Mike Hofers, with girl classmates from here and Theresa Hoberer, St. Benedict, attending, Carol was presented a gift. Carol, daughter of the Reinald Salzes, a junior at Garrigan, will leave for Ottumwa where the family has moved to continue school when the second semester begins. Bernard Streit was a surgical patient in St. Ann hospital in Algona. Delmer Plathe came Thursday from St. Ann hospital in Algona where he was a medical patient a week. The Paul Erpeldings spent Sunday at Mt. St. Francis Convent, Pubuque, with their daughter and sister, Sister M. Letitia O.S.F., and a niece and cousin, Betty Lou Friders. They also visited Sister M. Eleanor at Holy Family Hall and with an aunt, Mrs. Kate Hess, in DU- Electrical servants .. at your command ~--^ How many times a day do you call on electricity to serve you? Ten? Twenty? One hundred? Whenever you call on electricity, you have the equivalent of many valu» able servants at your command. Skilled technicians and modern equipment make possible this depend' able service, when and where you want it. Electricity is ready to do almost every chore around your home, efficiently and at low cost, every day of the year, Algona Municipal Utilities FARM AUCTION ing decided to quit farming, I will sell my personal property on the farm 2 miles West 2'/2 miles north of LuVerne, or 8 miles south of Algona on 169 to Kollasch Oil Station, left 5 miles east and 1/2 mile south on Saturday. Jan. 8th •fe & A • ^^^^ ^r ^j . . Lunch Wagon on Grounds MACHINERY 4 TRACTORS 1953 John Deere Model 60 tractor, live power, good 12 x 38 tires, real clean 1951 J.D. Model A tractor, works good 2 John Deere Model B tractors J.D. 4-row Model 400 cultivator J.D. 3-14 in. Model 650 heavy duty plow like new J.D. 50-ft. wide type elevator, P.T.O. J.D. 4-row rotary hoe J.D. 490 corn planter with fertilizer attachment J.D. Model 5 7-ft. power mower J.D. 4-bar side delivery rake J.D. 12-ft. spring tooth J.D. 953 trailer with Heider wood flare box J.D. 953 trailer with Heider 6x10 wood barge box J.D. 2-way hydraulic cylinder 1950 Chevrolet V2 ton pickup, with grain box, runs good; 1955 Ford car 1963 New Idea Super Model 311 2-row corn picker, with grease banks, real sharp, picked less than 300 acres OTHER MACHINERY Paulson loader with manure bucket and snow bucket, like new, mounts 60 or Model A John p,eere , New Idea 12-A tractor manure spreader Lindsey 4-section harrow G-4 M.M. combine I.H.C. 12-ft. tandem disc I.H.C. 18-ff. straight disc Stan Hoist drive on hoist Overhead wagon hoist I.H.C. endgate seeder Comfort tractor mounted 8-row sprayer 11 x 38 tractor chains MISCELLANEOUS 300 gallon gas barrel 275 gallon gas barrel Air compressor Knipco F 80 heater Chicken feeders and waterers Woods Bros, gas brooder stove Johnson gas tank heater Steel stock water tank 60 bu. Pride of the Farm hog feeder Many good tools and 2-70 gallon steel hog waterers 5 bu. steel round hog feeder 2 - 5 ft. steel hog troughs Walk-in hog feeder 12 x 18 ft. Brooder house Small goose and duck incubator Electric egg washer Magnetic DeLaval milker 3 /4 horse motor, pipeline for 10 cows small items too numerous to mention. HAY AND STRAW 500 boles good clover & alfalfa hay in barn 350 bales good straw in barn SOME HOUSEHOLD GOODS 21-CATTLE-21 1 Holstein cow milking good now 5 Holstein cows to start to freshen in February 2-2 yr. Holstein heifers 2 long yearling Holstein heifers, open 7 Bjack W.F. heifers and steers about yearlings 3 Black W.F. calves about 3 mos, old 1 good Shorthorn heifer calf, 4 mos, old A white face bull was turned with these cows and heifers May 12 HOGS 10 Heavy feeder hogs, 20 good feeder pigs about 75 to 90 Ibs. CHICKENS 150 Kimber pullets laying 80% and grading 90% grade A eggs Tf RMS; Cosh, or moke arrangements with clerk before tale, No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents should any occur, ^^^ 4*v Wm. J. C. Erpelding, owner CLERK-Security State Bank of LuVerne AUCTIONEERS-Lcek and Quinn

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