Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 13, 1966 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 13, 1966
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4-ALOONA (fewa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, JAN, 13, 1966 Guest party dated Sunday by Wesley C.D.A. Wesley — CDA is sponsoring a husband and guest party Sunday evening in St. Joseph's parish hall at 8 o'clock. On the serving committee are Sara Raney, Marjorie (Joe) Goetz, Dorothy Becker, Viola Studer, Rosemary Dornbier, Mary Forburger, Janice Cink, Esther Reising, Marie Bleich, Joan Vitzthum, and Erma Kunz. On the entertainment committee are Elaine Downs, Janice Erdman, Ruth Sebrauth, Marcella Studer, Mathilda Matz, Marjorie Becker, and Agnes Lickteig. TO HONOR SOCIETY Four seniors and three juniors of the Corwith-Wesley school were elected to membership in the Stella Aura Chapter of the National Honor Society, in the Corwith building January 5. Seniors were Kristi Nerem, Jerrill Wildman, Joyce Krebs and Dennis Funnemark. Juniors were Diana Jongewaard, Lavon Studer and Dennis Weiden. Members of the Ventura society conducted the installation ceremonies. The Corwith-Wesley school had not participated before this year. BUSINESS MEETING CDA will have a business meeting January 25. Servers will be Agnes Stevens, Margaret Becker, Mary Jo Studer, Minnie Bleich, Elsie Kunkel, and Mary Weber. Bernice Vitzthum, Marilyn Lickteig, Irene Hanig, Rosalie Studer, Mary Krieps, Mary Riohter and Esther Reising will be in charge of entertainment. PLY TO GERMANY The Roland Johnsons left Jan. 1 by plane for their new home at Frankfort, Germany. He had a 30-day furlough and was married Dec. 12 in a Rudd Methodist church to Sandra Nelson. He is oldest son of the Ivan Johnsons. FIREMAN'S BALL The annual fireman's ball will be held in the Surf ballroom at Clear Lake February 11. The LeRoy Ricks returned Jan. 5 from a 10 day visit in New York City with their son, Bill, who is employed by the Bell Western Union. They also visited the James Gibsons Jr. in Sea Cliff, N.Y. They made the trip by car. R. C. Bauer has been at home under a doctor's care since January 7 when he suffered a light FARM AND LAND AUCTION SALE Due to ill health, I will hold a complete Closing-Out Auction Sale, including the Farm, located 1 mile west of the Seneca Store and 1 mile north; or 5 miles north, 1 mile east and 1 mile north of Fenton or 3 miles east of Swea City, 4 miles south, 1 mile west and 1 mile south or 3 miles east of Armstrong, 4 miles south, 1 mile east and 1 mile south. MONDAY, JAN. 17th Sale to start at 12:30 p.m. — Land to be sold at approx. 3 p.m 160 A. FARM — SE Quarter of Sec. 8, Seneca Twp., Kossuth Co. Iowa. 8 room house with bathroom, hot water heater and water pressure system. Barn, 32x40' with 11 Stanchions. Cattle shed 30x40* (new). 1000 bu. Steel Bin, 750 bu. Steel Crib, chicken house 30x12' Stave Block Silo, 2 Granaries. Terms — 15% down sale day balance when deed and abstract is furnished. 41 HOLSTGIN CATTLE — 9 2nd Calf Holstein cows, milking now 3 3rd Calf cows to freshen in March; 1 Springing 1st Calf Heifer 3 3rd Calf cows, springing heavy; 7 2nd and 3rd Calf Holstein cows (breeding dates to be given sale .day); 6 2 yr. old Holstein Heifers; 7 Holstein Heifer calves (vacc.); 5 Holstein Steer Calves FARM MACHINERY — Gehl Forage Harvester, corn head, hay pickup head, mower bar head; 1953 JD 60, live PTO and Hyd. 1940 John Deere A; F 20 Farmall with loader; JD 4-row Cultivator JD Rotary Hoe; IHC 440 Planter; Tractor Manure Spreader; New Idea Parallel Bar; JD 12 A Combine; Side Rake, used very little Little Giant 48 ft. Elevator; JD 7 ft. Tractor Mower; JD Hammer mill; JD 15 ft. Disc; JD 2-14" Plow, steel; New Idea 3-bar Rake steel; Running Gear with Comb. Grain or Silage Box and Hoist Steel Running Gear; Wooden Flare Box; Post Hole Digger; Spring Tooth; Drag, 4-section r IHC SOT Baler; Seeder Cart with JD Seeder; Easy Flow Pert. Spreader; Hemp Binder Windrower; IHC Plow Chief 2-16" Hyd; New Idea 1-row Picker. PLUS — Household Goods — Miscellaneous — Dairy Equipment — Poultry Equipment — Feed and Hay. Usual Auction Terms Not Responsible For Accidents MARLIN LAPSED, owner Clark & Clark, Auctioneers The Security State Bank of Algona, Clerk heart attack. I The George Wellicks, Charles City, visited her parents, the R. C. Batters, Sunday. Tliey were supper guests at ,Wm Hrube's. Howard Sparks and Joe Goetz went to Des Moines Saturday to bring home Dean Sparks, who had been a patient in Veterans hospital several weeks following a stroke. Music mothers of the Corwith- Wesley school met January 4 in the hot lunch room of the local school. The lunch commit- ee was the Mesdames Orville Afeiland, Arvin Larson, Ralph 5Chipull, Glen Smith, Geo. jckteig and Dale Dornbier, Mrs. Mildred Elsbecker ac- ompanied Heinen relatives rom Algona to Albia Dec. 30 to he funeral of her uncle, Faher Lambert Heinen, who died Dec. 26. The Lawrence Baylors and Henry Weilands, Britt, went to he Veterans hospital in Des Woines to return their brother- n-law, Raleigh Fannin, Britt, 'or further treatment. Marvin Maas, of Homestad, began work as assistant mana ger of the K. & H. Oil Co. He ives in the Hamilton apartment. St. Joseph's Guild will meet January 18. Circle 10 will serve lunch. A large group of men of St. Joseph's parish attended the Day of Recollection Sunday afternoon in St. Cecelia's Catholic church in Algona. The 12:15 mass was followed by the services conducted Kane, Britt. The by Father affair was sponsored by the Knights of Columbus. The George Ostercamps, Or ville Weilands and Duane Pri ces, Wesley, and Duane Vaudts Forest City, had New Year's day at the parental Harold Pri ce's. The Richard Smiths and the Glenn Fullers, Humboldt, went to Newton Jan. 1 for a weekend visit with the Martin McGriffs. The women are sisters. Mrs. Lou Lickteig spent Sunday afternoon with her daughter, Mrs. Teresa Berger. Mr. Lickteig attended the Day of Recollection at St. Cecelia's Catholic church. The Andrew Reisings visited her father, Hilary Engel, at Carnarvon January 2. The space north of the swim- AUCTION As 1 have quit farming, I will sell the following items at my farm located 3 miles south of Rake on blacktop; or 1 mile east . and 4 miles north of Buffalo Center on blacktop ... on FRIDAY, JANUARY 21 Lunch on Grounds Sale (tarts at 12 o'clock sharp j 60 HEAD HEREFORD CATTLE 32 Cows — real good — pregnancy, TB and Bangs Tested — Can go 1 anywhere; 32 Calves; 2 Bulls; 1 Young Bull; 1 Herd Sire, from H. M. Christiansen Herd, Eagle Grove — Born: 1961. '"'.. 34 SUFFOLK SHEEP 15 Ewes (young); 18 Ewe Lambs; 1 Suffolk Buck. Some real fine sheep to have for your flock. LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY EQUIPMENT 3 Cattle Oilers; 2—55-gallon Hog Fountains; 3 Round Hog Feeders; 1 Walk-in Feeder; Knipco Heater; Dipping Tank; Mineral Feeder; Water Tanks; Delaval Magnetic Milker; Air Compressor L 2 Stainless Steel Pails and Pipelines for 16 cows; Gas Brooder; Platform Scale; 6 Roll-away Nests; 2—4- pen Hog Houses; 2 Brooder Houses; 6 Feed Bunks (cattle); Electric Fencer; Hay Bunk; Blocking Stand; Saddle Stand; Cowboy Tank Heater;.2 Sheep Bunks. Some Items for Welders or Junk Men 700 CLAY BLOCK 600 BALES HAY — 200 BALES STRAW — SILAGE 300-Cal. Gas Tank A Stand — Cyclone Lawn Mower FARM MACHINERY Farmall 'H' Tractor, 3-way Hydraulic; Massey Harris 44 Special, Tractor, new tires, wide front, fluid tires; IHC Manure Loader, snow bucket; 1959 JD Elevator wide hopper; 1959 Nl No. 19 PTO Spreader, 125 bu,; Massey Ferguson Side Rake, semi-mounted; 1964 JD 4-section Rotary Hoe; 4-section Harrow; AC Combine; 14' Kewanee tandem wheel Disc; 16' Glenco Field Cultivator; No. 6 Massey Harris 7' Mower; 14' Case Cultipacker; Trash Wheel; IHC 3-14" Plow, new bottoms in 1964; MH 4-row Cultivator; Continental Stalk Cutter; 1959 Nl £row pull-type Corn Picker; JD 494 Corn Planter, disc openers, rubber pack wheels; Koyker Corn Saver Shield; Pressure Sprayer; Power Drive for Elevator; IHC Endgate Seeder Steel Wheel W.agon; Windrower; 15' Disc; 2 Sets of Tractor Chains; 3 Case Trailers; 3 1963 Simo Hoists; 2 Flare Boxes; 16' Auger; Walsh Box, like new; Good High Wheel Wagon; 2 Hydraulic Cylinders. TERMS — CASH, or make arrangements with your banker. No property to be removed until settled for! Not responsible for accidents! ming pool has been flooded for a skating pond, but the weatherman has not cooperated very well, so it can not be used every day. .The Luther Nygaards ...were 1 t -.1 ll.T):t w .-..Ilir U , I I 'r ( VUKttli ISKfc OCjllCLd guests January 2 at her brother Vernon Alexander's, Bode. The P. C. Haynes report a new great grandson, John Michael, born December 29 to the John Hoods, Algona, in St. Ann hospital. The L. L. Leases attended the funeral of an old friend, Fred Rasmussen, 77, at Renwick Jan. 3. Prairie Neighbors will meet January 13 at Clarence Aitcheson's with Mrs. J. M. Kunz assisting hostess. The lesson will be on preparing commercial foods. The Chas. Nygaards spent Jan. 12-13 in Des Moines attending the state pork producers convention. Kossuth had a booth there. Mrs. Orville Smith had gall bladder surgery Jan. 4 in the Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge. She is in room "223". ' The boy born December 26 to the Larry Flahertys was baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's Catholic church by Father Phillips and was named Michael Paul. The Bill Hanigs were sponsors for their nephew. The Flaherty's also have a small daughter Michele Marie. The Paul Flahertys and the Ray Mi chaelsons, Klemme, are the grandparents. Sunday guests at Hanig's were the tarry Flahertys and Ray Michaelsons. The Garret DeWaafds attended the funeral of Fred Ri*mus* ien, 77, in Renwick Jan. 3< Mrs. Geo. Seaberg and Mrs. 'oe Skow went to Algona Dec, 27 to a pot luck dinner and in- tallation of Kossuth officers of he Farm Bureau. Some of the group visited the County home with treats and gifts and gave a program of readings and songs. spent the weekend at Will Mar- spe;nt the weekend at Will Mat; inek's. Other guests Sunday were the Derry Adolfs, Melvin, and the Harold Martineks. ^ Mrs. Geo. Seaberg, Mrs. Robert Bolenus, Mrs. Joe Skow, and Mrs. Joe Hauptman attended a Farm Bureau women'^ committee meeting Jan. 3 in Algona. Mrs. Skow gave the lesson on quality of govern*' ment. . <, Mrs. Joe Goetz and Mrs. J. P. Hauptman went to Algona Jan. 7 to the extension room to get the lesson on convenience- food they will present to Wesley township homemakers Jan. 13 in the Ralph Weir home. Mrsl Lester Blain will be assistant hostess. The Ed Gar mans spent a day recently with her mother, Mrs. Irene Studer, and her sister, Mrs. Wm. Foth, Algona. Dick Jongewaard, Wheaton college, 111., spent December 26 to Jan. 2 at the parental Dr. R. E. Jongewaard's. The Fred Edens were Jan. 2 guests at their daughter Mrs. Hugh Haverly, Renwick. The Don Hanigs had as Wed nesday guests, her parents the Harold Currans, Keith Currah, Darlene Miller, and the Chas, Gordons, Britt. The Don Hanigs and A. N Riohtsmeiers were Sunday cal lers at Leo Hanig's. Leo Hanig had recently been release* from the Britt hospital. The Robert Yohns, Minneapo lis, spent the New Year's week end with her mother, Mrs. Mab Gar man. Mrs. Esther Skow, formerly of Wesley, now living in Boone spends one day a week as a Gray Lady in the rest home where Mrs. Percy Carlsson is a patient. Mrs. Skow reports ta king Mrs. Carlsson to places o interest in the home in a whee chair. The latter's mind is fail ing but she seems content in Marjorie Goetz and Mrs. Clara Hauptman. Mrs. Herman Bode and Paul Bode, Charles City, spent several days over the holidays in Omaha with the Mark Bodes. Mrs. Joe Meurer and Jim visited the Don Vogels at Churdan Sunday. The Herman Bodes were New Year's guests at Frank Roll- asch's, Whittemore. Father Merle Kollasch, Sioux City, was also a guest in his parental (home. . The Lester Larsons and George Seabergs visited Mrs. Pery Carlsson, a resident at the Ivangelical Free church, home t Boone Sunday. They also vis- ted Mrs. Esther Skow in Boone. The Herman Bodes were Sun- lay guests at Robert Bickert's, Algona. Mrs. Mary MUUin, Britt, had ler Wesley bridge, club Saturday. Margaret Otis, Ames, spent he Jan. 9 weekend at the par- tttal Ed Otis's. , Nadine Engen, Cedar Rapids, spent the weekend with her tarents, the Paul Engens. Donna Bleich, Moline, III., spent the weekend at the parental Frank Bleich's. The Harry Schmolls, Racine, visited cousins, the Will ix-Livennore couple celebrate 50th wedding Livermore — Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Willey, former .area farmers, observed their 50th wedding anniversary (yesterday) Jan. 12. No open house was held as Mrs. Willey is now a patient at the Clarion, hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Willey have four children: Mrs. Harvey Newman of Albia, Dwight of Riceville, Ralph and Floyd, both of Clarion, and nine grandchildren. Names called for the cash drawing Saturday night were John Houck $50 and Mrs. Joe Becker $50. Mri. ftufcy H«ifMt ftff ty .rain front Fort Bodge Wednesday evening tor Overland, Mo., suburb of St. Louis, wh«fe sha plans to spend the rest of the winter with her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Holme*, TOP SIX BOWLING W !• 24 K.C. 48 25 35 Pete's Garage _, 47 Pioneer 37 High Team S«rle« Pete's Garage 2383 Smith Lumber — 2355 Pioneer 2303 High Team Game Pete's Garage 814 Pioneer — 803 Pioneer — 802 High Individual Strict Orville Wagner — 52C Leo Bormann 51t Ralph Kenne 514 High Individual Gam* Daryl Baker _—. _—— 202 Francis Erpelding 201 DOMINO LCAOUf •; .- , • • W American legion — 49 K.O. Hardware —— 48 Sawyer's ^~i~-:-—- 43 Dick's 40 L/j,vm w .• — — •—— — — — . *••* Town Tavern 37 Livermore Oil Co. — 36 Andersen Motors ___ 35 Livermore St. Bank 30 Mike's Service Gar. 28 Schmidt's L 23 26 29 32 35 36 37 42 44 56 High Individual Striw . Leonard Rosenau 544 Dutch Armstrong — MO Maurice McGee _ _— 519 High Individual Gamt Myron May f— *18 L. A. Miller ^- 208 Leonard Rosenau 204 High Team Serle* K.O. Hardware 2358 Sawyer's _ 2355 Andersen Motors 2338 High Team Gam« _ Sawyer's j|«j<) K.O. Hardware »f* rictiivia EiiifciuiiiK •«*.» »».~. --—- — ant Leo Bormann ^- 200 K.O. Hardware i-- 802 Martineks, Thursday. They were enroute to their winter lome in Arizona. M-C Continuous Flow. Grain Dryin Makes Drying Easy. Put wet grain in the top... Dry cooled grain comes out automo- tically ... no cracking or grind* ing... perfect quality all the time! GRAIN DRYER the home. The Ben Edens and Clinton Edens were New Years guests at August Berneu's, Burl The Berneus are parents of Mrs Clinton Eden, Mrs.' Alvin Becker and - Mar> Jane were, brought. home Sal urday from the Britt hospita where the daughter was born Jan. 5. They now have five sons and five daughters. Mrs. Justine Becker helped at the home of her son while his wife was hospitalized and while she was recuperating. ' A daughter was born Jan. 6 in the Britt hospital to the Maurice Erpeldings. They have one other daughter. The Lester Larsons spent January 2 in Clarion with his twin brothers, Orville and Obed, and their sister, Mrs. Carrie Anderson. Supt. Carl Linde, Des Moines, will be speaker Jan. 16 in the Upper Flat and the Wesley Evangelical Free churches. He will also conduct a business meeting. Evangelical Free church members held a series of five prayer meetings last week in the homes of Raymond Carlsons, Ivan Johnsons, Dr. Jonge- waards, Geo. Seabergs and Anna and Ethel Flom. Wesley township Homemak ers club meets January 18 with' Mrs. Helen Weir and Mrs. Mildred Carlson in the former's home. A lesson on preparing ve getables will be given by Mrs. Taylor Implement Co. UMAAftMMWflMMMIMIMMMfMMIf Telephone to be reduced January 1 ? 1966 You get all the savings Beginning January 1, your telephone bill will reflect a welcome reduction in the Federal Excise Tax. For most telephone services, local and long distance, the tax will drop from the present 10% to 3%. Each succeeding January for three years, there will be an additional 1% cut until the tax is completely eliminated at the start of 1969. This tax has always been paid by you, the telephone customer. Now that it is being reduced, you get the full savings. We're happy about it, too. Northwestern Bell Telephone Company DICK QilKEN, owner Col. Roy P. Johnson/ Buffalo £»nt*r and Col Arnie Murra, Fereit City, low*, Auctioneers F«rmers Trust & Sfvings B«nk, Buffalo Center, Iowa, Clerk STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF THE LONE ROCK BANK AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS DEC. 31,1965 ASSETS Cash and balances with other banks $ 39,577.15 U. S. Gov't. obligations direct and guaranteed 280,244.69 Obligations of political subdivisions 158,502.24 Loans and discounts including overdrafts 1,279,613.14 Band premises owned 9,000.00 Furniture and fixtures 1,150.00 TOTAL $1,768,087.22 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and political subdivisions $1,037,411.66 Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and political subdivisions 680,675.56 Capital 30,000.00 Surplus 20,000.00 TOTAL $1,768,087.22 General Banking and Insurance Serving This Community Since 1899 A. L. Cotton, President K. W. Jackson, Vice President K. K. Jones, Cashier Lucille Seegebarth, A. Cashier Dennis Heerdt, Teller • " Only The Dodge Boys have this exciting new fastback! Charger-the leader of the Dodge Rebellion! The fabulous fastback that's got everything you want. Enough room to tote a station wagon's worth of cargo, (Back bucket seats flip down flat!) Full instrumentation-tach, the works. Power all the way up to a 426 cu. j Hemi V8. 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