Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 17, 1966 · Page 9
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2-ALGONA (ie«ra) ADVANCE MONDAY, JA^J. 17, 1966 Corwith rt. Marry L. Maw Mrs. Marry The Masons and Eastern Star had installing Sa.urday flight in the Masonic Tetrtple. In the Eastern Star, Mis. John Mullin was the Installing officer, Mrs George Gaskill, installing Mar shall, Mrs. William Shipman, In stalling Chaplain ixa LSndsherg of Organist, Mrs. Pill Hutiglet wa Worthy Matron, Worthy Patron, Gaskill, Asso<pate Matron John Voss Jr., tron, Mrs. John Mrs. William Wood, treas., Mrs; William Meyer, Mrs. Herman Wise, Associate Conductress, Hauswirth, Man hall, Mrs. Nor man Chambers, Fern Paulson, and Mrs. Mo- Britt, Installing Herman Wise Mrs. Thurman Associate Pa* Voss Jr., Sec., Conductress, Vlrs. Charpel Chaplain, Mrs. Organist, Mrs. Lee Williams, Adah, Mrs. Allen Blake-, Ruth, Mrs. Harry Maw, Esther, Mrs. John Puffer, Martha, Mrs. Jim Mullin, Eltecta, Allen Blake, Warden, and Mrs. David Johnson Jr., Sentinel. In the Masons, James Mullin was installed Worshipful Master, William Me^er, Senior Warden, Herman) Wise, Junior War den, Thurman Gaskill, treas., Charpel Hauswirth, sec., David Johnson Jr., Chaplain, Norman Chambers, Seni<W Deacon, Clarence Fairbanks, Keith Voss, Junior Deacon, Senior Steward, William Shipman, Junior Steward, and Robert Chambers, Tyler, John Voss Jr. was installing officer, Jesse Scott, installing marshal! and Gtorge Gaskill, installing chaplain. Mr. and' Mrs. iting in Denver, son and family their daughter Unda Nail. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nail are vis- Colo, with their Sam Nail and John Daniel Jr. f Britt were Sunday dinner i wests at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Da*nel Sf. Afternoon callers were nir. and Mrs. Jim Daniel and family oi Algona. My. and Mrs. Clarence Jur- *ensen and their grandson, Scott Jurgettsen, visited Sunday With Mrs. Clara Wolfe in Lu Verne. Mr. and Mrs. J. T! Greenfield Of Greenville, Miss., arrived Tuesday to visit a few days with her mother, Mrs. Lydia Martin. Mr. and Mrs. John Mulh'n vis ited Sunday afternoon at the Merle Holt home in Humboldt Ed Prey is staying at the Prairie View Retirement home in Garner. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Fett vis ited Thursday evening at th Albert Fish home. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Niewald o Fort Dodge spent the weeken with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fish Sunday afternoon visitors were Mrs. John Artzer of Ft. Dodgf and Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Fet and Mrs. Bill Fett of LuVerne Mr; and Mrs. Dale Yeoman and Paula visited Sunday eve ning at the Bob Hoover home a Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fleming Mr. and Mrs. Jake Leerar an Mr, and Mrs. Paul Will of De Moines were Sunday guests a the Wayne Fleming home in Mason City. The dinner was ir honor of the baptism of Bruc Robert Fleming. Mr. and Mrs. Art Hegel o LaCrosse, Wis. were weeken guests at the John Oxley home On Saturday evening they a had supper at the Milo Lackor borne in Forest City. Mrs. Harry Fleming spen Thursday with Mrs. Ed Lenz a LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Lee William vi ited Sunday evening at the Ora McCullough home at Forest C ty. Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Gab kill are vacationing in Califor ia. Their daughter, Beth Ann,s staying with her grandpat- n.ts, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Aci* tins at Grinnell. Mrs. William Shipman en- ered the Mercy hospital at tfason City on Wednesday, Jan. 12, and underwent surgery January 13. • Mrs. John Oxley held a cof- ee party for several ladies Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Geary, Mike and Pam visited Saturday evening at the Kenneth Wagnei home. The H.O.M.E. club met Wednesday evening with Mrs. Rob ert Mitchell. Hand puppets were made for the Hancock County Memorial hospital a ( Britt. Mrs. Jack Shipman wa 1 chosen the new president fdi the coming year. The club cal endar was made and mysterj sisters were revealed. Mrs. Luverne Bosworth and Marvin were Sunday dinne guests with her mother, Mrs Almeda Liptrap. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Geary Mike and Pam and John Wag ner visited Sunday evening a the home of her mother, Mrs Almeda Liptrap. Mr. and! Mrs. Robert Bee and daughter of Garner visite Sunday with his mother, Mrs Ethel Beer. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Heine were Saturday night suppe guests of her mother, Mrs. Li Verne Bosworth. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kraf visited Saturday evening at th Dale Yeoman home. Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Cram took his mother, Mrs. C. E Cram to her home at Lohrville Mr. and Mrs. Russell Riggl of Colorado were Wednesda evening dinner guests at th home of Mr. and Mrs. Ear Gjersted. Mrs. Esther Kouba and Mrs Lucille Johnson attended th funeral of their uncle, Walte Evans at Sheldon on Tuesday. Mr., and Mrs. Roger Will o finneapolis, Minn., Mick Will I Wavefly and Barbara Ru- Tick of Forest City were We^k- fid guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Fred Will Cecil Nail is a patient at the Lutheran hospital, Ft, Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Riggle returned to their home on Thursday at Denver, Colo., com* ng to attend the funeral of Glen Dunlap. Saturday afternoon guests at the C. B. Robinson home were Robert Peterson and Dawn and Fin Young of Algona, Mrs. Roger Will of Minneapolis, Barbara Ruprick of Forest City, Gertrude Wilkins of Texas, Mick Will of Waverly and Mrs. Fred Will. Mrs. Evan Wilhite returned to her home from the Hancock Memorial hospital, Britt following treatment and observation. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wilhite of Fort Dodge spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Evan Wilhite. Mrs. Leonard Mulh'n fell on the ice and broke her left wrist; A daughter was born on Monday, Jan. 3 to Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Smith of Clear Lake. She has been named Susan Joann. Mrs. Smith is the former Carol Chambers. The burning of the Greens was held Sunday at 4:30 at the school house by the girl scouts and boy scouts, followed by a chili supper. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Heise and family attended the 50th anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sarchet at Burt on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Perkin and daughter, who have been stationed at Laughlin Air Base in Texas, arrived at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Perkin. Ronald has received a medical discharge from the service. He will go back to Laughlin air base in a week to the hospital for surgery. TION SALE As I have started "Dale's Floor Covering Service" at Swea City, I will sell my personal property on the Farm located 2 miles south, 1 mile west and 3 /4 miles south of Lone Rock, or 6 miles west and 6V* miles north of Algona 169 and 18 junction on FRIDAY, JAN. 21 MACHINERY 1949 John Deere Model A tractor, been overhauled, good tires, Power Troll and Roll-o-matic 1949 Allis Chalmers Model WD, all overhauled and painted 4 row quick tach cultivator for John Deere 490 John Deere planter on rubber 3-14 in. John Deere 55 H plow, hydraulic 8-ft. Allis Chalmers combine, P.T.O. Manure loader for Model A International 10-ft. P.T.O. binder 11-ft. field cultivator on steel Field-Master trailer type sprayer New Idea trailer type tractor mower New Idea 4-bar side delivery rake on rubber New Idea 12A manure spreader, good cond. OTHER MACHINERY™ John Deere farm trailer with wood flare box and hoist M.W. farm trailer with M.W. steel flare box 2-in. floor and hoist, like new Gehl hammer mill, P.T.O. and auger, crusher head Humboldt stalk cutter Chains for J.D. A John Deere 15-ft. disc 4-section drag 2-way hydraulic cylinder 2-wheel trailer John Deere elevator, I.H.C. endgate seeder P.T.O. speed jack McCullough one-man chain saw, like new Some small tools BUILDINGS Norton walk-in hog feeder 4-pen portable hog house Small feed shed New Texas style hoy bunk for 20 cows, real good Roll-away chicken nests in good condition MILKING EQUIPMENT 2 latest style large Surge buckets 3 can electric milk cooler Dairy hot water heater Milker pump and pipeline for 9 cows 500 bales Alfalfa hay in barn 180 Amp. Forney Electric Welder, like new 1/2 (on Chevrolet pickup, overhauled, new block, new clutch, rune good TERMS: Cosh, or make arrangements with clerk before sale. No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents should any occur. DALE WEGENER, Owner CLERK - Iowa State Bonk of Algona AUCTIONEERS - Quinn and Berkland Free coffee served by "Dale's Floor Covering Service" FAR MKTON Having decided to discontinue farming, I wi II sell the following described property on the farm Ideated 6 mites south, 1 mile west of Ti tonka, 5 miles north, 1 mile east of Sexton, or 3 miles west, 5 miles north and 1 mite west o f Wesley. THURS., JAN. 20 12:30 P.M. Lunch served by Doan W.S.C.S. 12:30 P.M. 4 FARMALL 5(0 P.S., T.A., L.P.T.O. New in September '63 1052 Hours TRACTORS FARMALL 3D L.P.T.O., T.A. FARMALL 460 P.S., L.P.T.O., T.A. New in September '64 512 Hours FARMALL C MACHINERY IH No. 450 A Planter, disc openers, Ind. disc fertilizer openers Insecticide attachment lor IH planter IH No. 37-13 ft. wheel disc, sealed bearings IH No. 101 Eight row hitch IH No. 2 rotary hoe, hydraulic cart IH No. 455 cultivator, mountings IH No. 455 Cultivator, M mountings IH No. 8 eight foot win IH No. 76 - 6 ft. comb straw spreader, adjus IH 2MH picker, grease 21 shovels, 460 11 shovels, 300 or rower, P.T.O. ne, P.T.O. pickup, able hitch nks, blower, wheel shields, 460 mountings IH 2ME Dicker, grease banks, blower, wheel shields, M mountings IH No. 32-7 ft. trailing mower IH No. 27 semi-mounted mower IH No. 25 stalk cutter 4-1H 2-way hydraulic cylinders 2-300 gallon gas barrels, with steel stands Knipco No. 70 blast heater 2 Highline fence charges Ariens 26 in. riding lawn mower No. 2B clipper fanning mill Many tools and small items too numerous to mention. HOUSEHOL DGOODS 1 Duncan phyfe drop leof walnut table with 4 leaves to extend to 108 in. 6 walnut dining room choirs Other furniture JD No. CC 14'/2 ft. field cultivator JD 36-ft. lever harrow, with IH hydraulic wheel drawbar JD No. 666 4-14 hydrauKc trip beam plow JD No. 555 3-14 clutch lift trip beam plow JD No. 350 46-ft. elevator, P.T.O. truck hopper J. D. 30 ft. 181/2 in. Elevator, P.T.O. truck hopper JD 4-bar side rake on steel JD model L spreader 2-JD No. 953 wagons, 165 bu. Ward's steel flare box with hoist JD 17-ft. single disc JD P.T.O. tire pump OTHER MACHINERY Twin-draulic 9-row trailing sprayer with drops Horn No. 50 loader with 2 buckets Anthony wagon on rubber 16-ft. flat rack Turley tractor mounted seeder 1-4 bottom winter stalk rake 1-3 bottom winter stalk rake 2-wheel low bed machinery trailer 2 small air compressors 3 pair wheel weights Tractor radio HORSES AND EQUIPMENT 2 year old American Saddle bred sorrel stallion 15 hands 2 year old sorrel filly 13 hands 1 year old sorrel filly 14 hands 1 year old sorrel horse colt 13 hands 2 single harnesses 2 sets double driving harnesses High wheel breaking cart Saddles - Bridles NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS Dale Strutters CLERK - Tironko Savings Bank AUCTIONEERS - Quinn and

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