Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 27, 1966 · Page 14
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 27, 1966
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Ex-West Bend man wounded A166MA .(Iowa) A&VAMCMT THURSDAY, JAN, 17, ttansich, Mrs. Bart Crouch, Mi*. Melviti Madseii, MM. dafl Ntel* sen, Mrs. Joe Madden, and Mrs. Lawrence Ulleiiswatig. The honofee's mother, MM. Get-hart Petersen and younger sister, Cathy, Estherville, and the groom's mother, Mrs. Larmon Hattle, Ringsted, the bride's grandmotherv Mrs. Kate Show, Esthefville, attended. John Hattle and Connie Pe- tefsen, Estherville, were married Dec. 5 at the Estherville Lutheran church. They are living on the Hattte family form north of Seneca. CHURCH TIME CHANGE There will be a change of time of morning services at the Blakjer church, rural Seneca. Services will be at 10 a.m. with Dr. Sigvald Fauske, president of Waldorf college, Forest City, in charge. PUBLIC To settle the estate of the late Geo. J. Grein we will sell the personal property on the form located from 169 and 18 junction at Algona 7 miles east, 3 miles south and 3 /4 mile east, or 3 miles south and 3 / 4 mile east of Sexton, or 1/4 mile west of St. Benedict on THURS., FEB. 3 AN EX-WEST BEND man, Lt. James Simmons, is shown being visited by Senator Jack Miller of Iowa during the latter's recent visit to Viet Nam. Simmons was wounded in action in Viet Nam fighting. His father is Harold Simmons, who attended school at West Bend and who is now teaching elsewhere. Mrs. Jeanne Simmons of West Bend is a grandmother of'the wounded man, who is reported recovering well. 12:00 Sharp Lunch Wagon on Grounds 12:00 Sharp J.D. MACHINERY Ex-lrvington man is dead in North Dakota Irvington — Mrs. Estella Seip spent Wednesday and Saturday nights with Mrs. Fannie Lee, Algona. Mrs. Lee had received word of the death on January 18th of a brother Lyle Johnson at Grand Forks, N.D. Mr. Johnson was the father of six children, all married. Other sisters are Mrs. John Rich, also Algona, Mrs. Bertha Barringer, Elgin, 111, and Mrs. Hazel Marso, Minneapolis. Lyle was a son of the late Harvey Johnson, (not to be confused with the Harvey Johnson now living in Algona) who moved to> this community from Paw Paw, 111., in 1909 and settled on the farm now occupied by the Wilfred Ruhnkes. He attended the Irvington school, later continued to live in and around Algona, until about 18 years ago when the family moved to Grand Forks. Verl Patterson and Janice drove the Livermore area, also made to Des Moines Saturday to meet Ronald. ATTEND FUNERAL The Carl Swansons recently attended funeral services for Mrs. Ada Schwarck at Eldora. Mrs. Schwarck, who died of a heart attack, lived at Whitten, and had 43 grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren. She was the mother-in-law of Mrs. Glen Schwarck, Whitten, the former Phyllis Swanson. The Mission Study group met at the Irvington church ThurS' day. The lesson was in charge of Mrs. Gerald Coleman. Flor ence Colwell had the devotions. Lee Froehlich, son of the 'rancis Froehlichs, was drafted and left here for training Jan. 17. At Des Moines, he was i ducted into the Marines and is now stationed at San Diego, HOME ON LEAVE The Verl Pattersons went to Perry Friday and met their daughter Janice, who had come by train from Ontario, Calif., where she had been since before Christmas visiting her sister, Alice Patterson, and an aunt, Mrs. Russell Maxwell. Janice and Ronald Waldera were married in California. Ronald, a son of the R. G. Walderas, Algona, is in the service and arrived in DCS Moines Saturday by plane for a 30-day leave before going overseas. Mrs. R. G Waldera accompanied by Mrs The Francis Froehlichs, "accompanied by the Martin Eisch:ids, Ft. Dodee, went to Halbur Sunday for the 50th wedding of the Peter Eischeids. He is a brother of the late Henry Eischeid of this area. The Mike Duffys recently moved into the house of the late Henry Schnakenberps and will be employed by the John Schna- kenbergs. The Duffys are from Ateona. The Special School in Algona was closed this week until Thursday because of the death of a brother-in-law of Mrs. CIvde Dudley, the teacher. The Carl. Swansons returned Jan. 20 from a jet trip to Florida, guests of a cooperative. Headquarters were at St. Petersburg for the several days stay and many beautiful and famous olaces were visited. The Henry Grohs and Vernon Fiderlick of he trip. The Carl Swansons went to Des Moines Sunday for a few days at the grain dealers convention. , Shower given at Seneca for a recent bride Seneca — Mrs. John Hattle was given a post-nuptial coitir shower at their home north of Seneca Wednesday with 27 guests and hostesses. As the guests arrived they dropped coins in a wishing well which centered the gift table. Later each wrote a wish. The honoree was presented with a minature kitchen utensil corsage. Mrs. Joe Madden had charge of the program with several readings. Mrs. Elmer "Hansich gave a reading following which the honoree was invited to reac the wishes at the wishing well She then opened the shower cards containing additional coin gifts. Refreshments were then serv ed with Mrs. Joe Madden pour ing coffee. Hostesses include* Mrs. Clarence Menz, Mrs. Elmer The Ted Jensens and Jill visited Augustana college, Sioux Falls, S.D., last Wednesday. Jill is planning on enrolling as a freshman there this fall. The John Hattles and his par ents, the Larmon Hattles, Ring^ sted, spent the weekend at Minneapolis at the wedding of a cousin and nephew, Kenneth Ranvinger. Last Sunday guests of the Bill Bernhards' included the Maurice Bernhards, Bancroft, and Roy Kliegls and" -'Carol, Whittemore. The Hodgeman Construction Co., Fairmont, purchased the Martin Larsen 160 acre farm which was sold at the farm sale last Tuesday. The purchase price was $216 per acre. The Blakjer ALCW met at the church Thursday with Mrs. red Johannesen and Mrs. Ordean Kabrick as hostesses. Mrs. Art Bergum had the opening devotions and Mrs. Ray Bergum :he Bible study. The Fred Johannesens returned from Milwaukee Monday where they spent the weekend visiting their daughter, the Jay Fulwilers, and saw their grandson, Steven Erik. They were present for his baptism at a Lutheran church in the city. They were all surprised when, their daughter and sister, Carol of Brooklyn, N.Y., made a planned trip to Milwaukee for the weekend. 2 1955 J.D. Model 70 tractor, live P.T.O., live hydraulic, power block, completely overhauled lost year, good 15 in. tires 1944 J.D. Model B tractor, power lift GOP women meet at Lakota 'f. i • IT » Lakota — The Kossuth Coun ty Council of Republican Women will meet in the First Presbyterian church at Lakota Feb. 1 at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. John Schutter of Algona, 6th district president, will be the speaker. COMPLETE PRINTING SERVICE AT THE ADVANCE 1958 J.D. No. 227 corn picker, reol sharp, mounts for A J.D. 4 row cultivator J.D. 490 planter with fertilizer attachment J.D. Model 55 ABH, 3-14 in. plow, new style bottoms, clutch lift J.D. 12A combine with motor J.D. 10-ft. field cultivator J.D. 2-14 in. plow on steel 2 J.D. 963 farm trailers with good tires J.D. 953 farm trailer J.D. 10-ft. grain drill on rubber, disc openers, grass seed and fertilizer attachments J.D. Model L tractor manure spreader J.D. 15-ft. disc J.D. 16-ft. disc J.D. 2-row cultivator J.D. No. 5 - 7 ft. mower J.D. 4 bar side delivery rake on steel Farmers Friend 44-ft. wide type elevator with all new chain Farmers Friend drive-on waqon hoist 2 M.W. steel flare boxes with wood floors ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^0^^^^"««"l ..',.."• OTHER MACHINERY Papec chopper, corn and hay heads- P.T.O. or wheel drive Kool blower and 30-ft. of pipe, down spout and 90 degree elbow 2 straight boxes 4 wheel farm trailer Steel wheel wagon * 2 wood wheel wagons 4-section Lindsay lever flexible drag with steel evener 8-ft. binder windrower with P.T.O. Clipper fanning mill Western land roller in good condition V-type snow plow, mounts 70, works with manure loader Case hay loader 300 gallon gas barrel and steel stand 300 gallon gas barrel Gear water pump, P.T.O. driven 3/8 to 1V4 in. rigid pipe thread cutter Pipe cutting tool Buzz saw and 3 blades 50-ft. endless belt Lots of small tools >j I' * Some good sweet corn silage 1946 1/2 ton Ford pickup 6 cylinder, runs good AUCTION As I am discontinuing farming I will sell the following at Public Auction on farm located 1 mile South of AMBOY, MINN, on Highway No. 169; or 9 miles North of WINNEBAGO on Highway No. 169 on — THURSDAY, FEB. 3rd — Sale Starts at 12:30 p.m. 4 TRACTORS — Mc.-D. 706 Diesel Tractor, fast hitch (bought Nov., 1963); Mc-D. No. 560 Gas Tractor, fast hjtch (bought July, 1959): Mc-D. No. 350 Tractor, fast hitch (bought April, 1957); Farmall "H" Tractor (bought 1946); 3 Heat Housers for 706 - 560 - 350; Tractor Chains. 2 sets 13 x 38. OTHER MACHINERY — 1965 IHC No, 45 Vibra Shank 14 ft. Field Cultivator: 1964 IHC No. 410 Rotary Stalk Cutter, trailing tvne; 1964 IHC No. 456 Corn Planter, with Gandy insecticide and herbicide attachment, double disc openers, rubber pack wheels (new); 1963 IHC No. 540 4-bottom 16 inch, 2 point hitch Steerable Plow, one arm coulter, greaseless bearings; 1959 IHC No. 412 4-bottom 14-inch 2 point semimounted Plow; 2—IHC 4-row tractor Cultivators, one No. 34 and one No. 461; 2—IHC No. 35 13-ft. Wheel Tandem Disc Harrows; 1—IHC No. 8 12-ft. Field Cultivator; 1— IHC 2 point or 3 point hitch carriers for rotary hoe, new; 1—IHC Rotary Hoe; 1—IHC 7 ft. Bar Tractor Mower, 2 point hitch; M.M. 11 ft. Grain Drill, all steel, seed attachment, double disc; Farmers Friend 42 ft. Corn and Grain Elevator; 6 in. Grain Auger, 30 ft., with sweep auger attachment and motor; Speedy Tractor Sprayer, moi-nted. with 110 gallon tank; 3—5 section Drag Harrows; Stan- Hois i Tractor Loader with Snow and Manure Buckets; Kosch Under Frame Tractor Mower; Ezee Flow 10 ft. Fertilizer Spreader; 4—Trailers with Electric Steel Flare Boxes; Stan-Hoist Wagon Hoist: Columbian Corn Dryer for Bin Drying with 5 H.P. Motor. CORN PICKER — 1959 Mc-D. No. 2 M H Corn Picker, mounted with No. 10 Corn Sheller attachment. COMBINE & WINDROWER — 1950 M.H. Model 27 Combine, hume reel, love sickle. 14 ft.; 1957 M. H. 12 ft. Windrower. DAIRY EQUIPMENT Masterbilt 6 can side door, spray type milk cooler, real good Surge 2 unit milker 2 Surge medium size buckets HOGS 11 crossbred gilts turned with purebred Hampshire boar November 25 58 crossbred feeder pigs, about 100 Ibs. 20 winter pigs Hogs vaccinated Speed Jack for Elevator Clipper Fanning Mill 2 TRUCKS — 1956 IHC % Ton Pickup; 1949 IHC Truck with box and hoist and new rubber. MISCELLANEOUS — Platform Scale; 7 Hydraulic Cylinders with hose and couplings; 2 Air Compressors'; Grain Moisture Tester; 3 Fuel Tanks with Stands: Several Oil Barrels with pumps; Grease Gun Filler Attachment: Grease Guns: Several Tool Boxes; Socket Sets; Some Lumber; 2 Rayner 8 ft. roll up Garage Doors, complete with track; Odd Pieces of Walnut and Birch Paneling; Birch Inside Door; Outside^Door with glass; Power Lawn Mower; Hot Point Kitchen Sink & Disposal; "Red Jacket" Rust Filter for water system; Forks, Shovels and other miscellaneous items. 1956 Nash 4-dr. Ambassador, 6 cylinder. Real clean. Usual Sale Terms. — Not responsible for accidents. CLIFFORD PETERSQN, Owner Herman Wedel, Fairmont & Wayne Wagner, Blue Earth, Auct. Security National Bank of Amboy, Clerk. Complete doting Out MACHINERY AUCTION Due to the death of Mr. Kay, the Kay Implement of Livermore, Iowa will sell all of their machinery at public auction on ... Monday, January 31, 1966 SALE STARTS AT 10:00 A.M. NEW J. D. TRACTORS — 1966 JD 4020 Diesel complete with wide front, 3-point hitch, nower steering, and front and rear wheel wts. (brand new); 1966 JD 3020 gas tractor with power steering, fast hitch, front and rear weights: 1964 JD diesel (demonstrator) 218 hours, power shift, 3-point hitch, heat houser, wide front, radio, front and rear weights. MACHINERY TRUCK — 1958 Ford F-600 Truck with new rubber and 18-ft. Fiasco flat bed machinery box with hydraulic con trols (motor has less than 10,000 miles). NEW DISCS — 2—JD RWA 13-foot 6-inch discs (new; 1—JD BW 15-foot disc (new). NEW FIELD CULTIVATORS — 2—CIO JD 18V 2 -ft. Field Cultivators for 3-point hitch (new); 2—CCA 14V 2 -ft. Field Cults, (new); 2—Triggs 14-ft. Spring Tooth with wheels (new). NEW PLOWS — 2—JD F-145 H 5-bottom Plows (new); 1—JD F-145 H 4 bottom Plow (new); 1—JD F-620A 3 bottom Plow (new) NEW MISC. ITEMS — Hinson Snow Blower (demonstrator); Terfer Stubble Turner 4-5 bottom; Moto-mower 24 inch Riding Mower Red Ryder Riding Mower; Hydraulic Cylinders: Walsh Hoist; Mai Chain Saw; Clinton Chain Saw; McCullock Chain Saw; Planter Tires; 2 new Cattle Oilers; 50 bales of Baler Twine; 6 new 825-20 Truck Tires; Wright Chain Saw; 3 Midwest Hoists; Permanent Anti-freeze. USED TRACTORS — 1962 3020 Diesel tractor (new motor) 3- point hitch, front wheel weights; 1960 JD "G", new rubber, new trans.; 1949 JD A; 1948 JD A; 1950 JD 50, live PTO, power steering; 1952 JD (sharp); 1952 JD A; F-20 Farmall; WD-45 Allis- Chalmers; 340 McCor.-Deering; John Deere A; 630 JD (like new) with new Stan Hoist loader and snow bucket; JD A and mach. loader. USED DISCS — RWA 13' 6-' disc (greaseless bearings); Kewanee 14-foot wheel tandem disc; 10-ft. Tandem disc; 12-ft. Tandem disc; 10-foot John Deere Tandem disc, FIELD CUTTER — JD No. 12 Field Cutter with corn head (new). ROTARY HOES — JD No. 14 4-row Rotary Hoe (demo.); 3—used Rotary Hoes. CULTIVATORS — JD 400 Cult, (rubber gauge wheels) John Deere 400 Cultivator; 2—448 McCormick-Deering Cultivators. USED PLOWS — 2—JD 813 3-bottom 14-inch Plows; — 2 JD 810 4-bottom 16-inch Plows; John Deere 4-bottom Plow; Oliver Ray- dex 3-bottom 16-inch Plow; Oliver Raydex 3-bottom 14-inch Plow Case 3-bot. 16-in. Plow (trip bottoms); John Deere 55A 3-bottom Plow; John Deere 44 2-bottom 16-inch Plow; JD 4-bottom mount Plow (trip botm.) JD 666 4-bottom Plow (trip bottom). Plus used Combines, Elevators, Spring Tooth, Hay Equipment Planter*, Pickers, Shelters, new Wagons & Miscellaneous Item*. 60 HEAD of CATTLE 60 Ayrshire and Holstein NOTE — The Kay Implement will be doing business until sale day so the above listed items might have some changes by sale date Every item to be sold regardless of price. The store building, parts and shop is for sale at private treaty. Usual Auction Terms — Not responsible for accidents L. E. KAY Etlale Owmr LIVERMORE, IOWA Clair Clark, Ceylon, Minn.. Lloyd dark, Armstrong, la., 2 Ayrshire cows fresh with 3rd calf in Nov. 3 Ayrshire cows to freshen by sale day with 3rd calf 1 Ayrshire cow to freshen in Feb. with 3rd calf 1 Ayrshire heifer fresh in Oct. with 1st calf 1 Ayrshire heifer to freshen in Feb. with 1st calf 1 Ayrshire cow to freshen in March with 4th calf 1 Ayrshire cow to freshen in Feb. with 5th calf 2 Ayrshire cows fresh in Aug. with 3rd calf 2 Ayrshire cows fresh in Sept. with 3rd calf 4 Ayrshire cows to freshen in Feb. with 2nd calf 4 Ayrshire cows fresh in Nov. with 2nd calf * 1 Ayrshire cow fresh in Nov. with 5th calf 1 Ayrshire cow fresh in Oct. with 5th calf 1 Ayrshire Hefr. fresh in Oct. with 2nd calf 2 Ayrshire cows to freshen in March with 2nd calf 1 Ayrshire cow fresh in Aug. with 2nd calf 1 Holstein cow fresh in Oct. with 2nd calf 1 Holstein cow fresh in Oct. with 3rd calf 1 Holstein heifer fresh in Oct. with 1st calf 12 long yearling Ayrshire heifers, some bred some open 16 Ayrshire heifers 3 to 8 months old Several small calves This herd is C.V., T.B. and Bangs tested. Mr. Grein has for years bought Registered Ayrshire bulls. TERMS: Cash, or make arrangements with clerk before sale, No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents should any occur. GEORGE J. GREIN, Estate Mrs. Loretla Grein, Administrator CIERK - lowo State Bonk of Algona AUCTIONEERS - Quinn and leek

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