Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1966 · Page 6
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£—ALGONA (low*) ADVAMCr MONDAY, FEB. 14, gave devotions. Mrl Ofville Ok Smidt home. son had charge <rf the the theme, "Gifts of God tor Family yvitig." The hdsptttUty hostess was MM. Leo Holland. Hostesses were Mr*. Keith Rol- latid, Mrs. Lev! Sween, Mrt. Norman Johnson, Mrs. Justin Torgerson, and Mrs. Marian Berg. Mrs. Merliev Nielson is a patient at Lutheran hospital after receiving a broken wrist in a fall at her home Thursday. Olaf Olson received word Sunday of the death of his coU sin, Olaf Bearrood in Cumberland, Wis, Mr. Bearrood has made his home in recent years with his daughter, Mrs. George Marske, and has made a number of trips to Bode for the annual Olson-Larstuen reunion. He was a resident of the Bode area many years ago and has many relatives living in vicinity. this Corwith Mrs. Harry L. Maw »+»»«»ee»ee»eeeee»eeeee« «><, Whittemtire anniversary MR. AND MRS. JIM BESCH, Whittemore, are being given an open house for their 25th wedding by their children in St. Michael's hall Saturday, Feb. 19, at 7:30 p.m. Relatives and friends are invited. Bode By Mrs. Roland M. Olson *»»»»»»»»»»»»»»>»»»»••»«« Mr. and Mrs. Arlis Kinseth and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Long of Ottosen spent Thursday evening, Feb. 3 at the Arnold Bratland home to help Cindy Brat- Jand celebrate her , third birthday. The Ernest Brattahd family' of Ft. Dodge were Saturday evening visitors at the home of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Arlis Kinseth. Sunday visitors at the Kinseth home were Mr. arid Mrs. Roland McKay and infant son of Webster City and Mr. Mrs. Ed Kinseth. and the Roger Johnson family from Palm Grove, Bill Chantlands and Ron Helvicks of Humboldt, and Mr. and Mrs. Stoneburner and baby from Dayton. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Stoddard of Des Moines spent several day* at the parental Norman Holland home before leaving Friday for New Port, Rhode Island . where Mr. Stoddard will begin training in Navy Officers Candidate School. The Bode Woman's Club entertained their husbands at a mid-winter party Thursday evening at the Torkef Aure home The evening was spent playing court whist. • Social committee in charge were Mrs. Bennie Skillern, Mrs. David Engel and Mrs, Norman Rolland. St. Olaf WMF met in the Saturday evening dinner guests at the Dick Matheson church •parlors ^Thursday, Feb & home were Mr. and MJ^»SDftvid:'-"^' : '^ u4ii!TW ' k:Lws--A: * 1 * f •'**»-«««."sa*—' Wagner of Cedar Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wagner of Emmets- fog. Mr. and Mrs. William Sloter, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sloter, of Forest City were 'Friday dinner guests ;at,the Sloter Home.-.-';. . Mrs; Esther Kouba, ( Mrs. Lucille Johnson, Mrs. Harvey Han- tins and Mr. and Mrs. George Krauss were callers, this week with Mrs. Addie Hamm. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Yeoman and Paula were Sunday dinner guests at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Hoover at Burt. ' Mrs. Elwood Geary and Pam visited Thursday with her fath er, Ed Schoenwetter in Garner. Callers the past week to visit Mrs. Phil Puffer were Mrs. Esta Schultz, Mrs. Abbie Bush, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Myroft Cram visited Sunday evening with Mr, and Mrs. Dennis Glawe. Mr, and Mrs. Carrol Cram were Sunday dinner guests of their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Cram. Mr. and Mrs. Elston Ashpole were Sunday evening supper guests of the Carrol Ftatebos in Eagle GroVe. Mrs. LuVerne Bosworth visited her mother, Mrs. Almedia Liptrap at Eagle Grove Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Aldrick and family of Minneapolis, Minn, spent the weekend at the Art Tabb home. Other Sunday, dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Elwood and sons and Mrs. Mae Tabb. Mr. and Mrs. George Gaskill left last week for an extended vacation to the South. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krebs and family attended church services Sunday at Williams, la. witth Rev. Louis Runion in charge, a former Corwith pastor. In the afternoon the Krebs family called at the Jack Richards home in Iowa Falls. Mr. and Mrs. John Mullin left Thursday for a visit with relatives in Dallas, Tex. and Arizo- hife Corwith D& station. Tori and Lori Daniel, jets of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dan* el of Algona spent the weekend »vith their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Daniel Sr. Albert Fish Jr. left Monday for Des Moines for the Navy. Je will have his boot training n San Diego, Calif. Thursday afternoon guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Al* uert Fish were Mrs. Wayne Byerly and Judy of Ames, Mrs. Lawrence Miller of Bode and Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Fett of Lu Verne, and Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Fett and Sons. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Claude and Charlotte and Mrs. Rose Honschen attended the funeral on Monday afternoon at Clarion of Charles Claude, a brother-in- law of Mrs. Henschen. Paradise chapter had their school of instruction on Saturday afternoon in the Masonic Temple. Mrs. Clara Shultz was the district instructor. The dinner in the evening was held at Jerry's cafe. Guests in the evening were from Renwick, Livermore, Algona, Britt, and Garner. Worby;had charge of the meet burg, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wagner and Bobby of Whittemore. The occasion was a farewell dinner for David Wagner who is going into service. Bode area residents are invited to the Open House of the new building of the Slifer Manr ufacturing Co. on Feb. 12, from 1 to 9 p.m. Senator Jack Miller will be the guest speaker at 11:30 a.m. Door prizes will be given, and coffee and doughnuts will be served. The plant is lo^ cated on Highway 169, two blocks north of highway 3. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Matheson and family visited Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Matheson in Esther ville. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Rood were Sunday dinner guests at the home of his brother, Mr. andifMrs: Wilbur Rood in Mason £jty; : lii the evening the Roods visited with Mrs. Mollie Berg at the Prairie View apartments in Garner. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bratlanc spent several days in Algona last week helping their daugh ter, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ostrum get ready to move. The Ostrums and daughter left for their new home in Dubuque Saturday where he is employed at John Deere Company. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Larson returned 'recently from a trip to Florida and places of interest in the south. They traveled 4000 miles in the two weeks they were gone. Marlys Larson visited in the parental Gordon Larson home last weekend. She is attending the University of Iowa at Iowa City. Guests at the home of Mrs. Carl Opheim Sunday were the Earl Opheims of Mason City, Pastor Norman Johnson Neal Mrs. Warren Mclntire, Mrs. Wiktman and Mr. and Charlie Thompson and Zona. Mrs. Phil Puffer was released from the Mercy hospital at Mason City fallowing surgery. Boyd and Melissa McCullough spent the weekend visiting Corwith friends. Mrs. John Adams Sr. acconv panied the ladies of the Home makers club to the home . of Mrs. Warren O'Rourke at Britt Mr. and Mrs. Don Hartshorn of Des Moines visited Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Miller and Mrs. Sarah Welder in Britt.. *•:•• • -\. "i".; •-..':• : Mrs. John Adams Sr. attend ed a shower Sun —- Pjiic j, for Pat Noble. In the evening the Adams visited the Henry the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ctai" parents, Mr. and eitee JUfgefisen. The Luther League of St. John's Lutheran church had a sleighing party Sunday afternoon at Pilot Knob. Mr, and Mrs. George Camp* bell of Britt visited Tuesday night at the home of Mr. .and Mrs. Clarence Jurgensen. Weekend guests at the Albert Fish home were Mrs. Jack Niewald, Mrs. John Artzer of Ft. Dodge, Mrs. Allen Croquist and Pam of Moorland, Mrs. Orlo Steward, Shelly and Jackie Duncomb and Diana Kuhlman of Algona. American Legion Auxiliary met on Tuesday evening in St. Mary's rectory, with Mrs. Robert Mitchell, Mrs. R. C. Welter and Mrs. David Johnson Jr. as Tostesses. Our president, Mrs. Jack Shipman presided at the meeting. Plans are underway [or the county meeting which is to'be held here in April. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Meyers are spending a vacation in Truth or Consequences, N. M. Mr. and Mrs. Vance Halver- and family of Thompson Fleming.. .. . Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Johnson of Farnhamvilie spent the weekend at the parental Albert Johnson home. Sunday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Johnson of Somers, Mr. and Mrs. Carl J6hnson of Humboldt and Mrs, Myrtle Westerman of Mrs. Harry Friendship Haven, Fort Dodge. The dinner was in honor of Mrs. Westerman's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Biejr- stedt of LuVerne visited Thursday evening at the William Sloter home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whitehurst of Omaha, Neb. spent the weekend with her parents. na. Mr. and Mrs. Robsrt Kraft visited Sunday evening at the Dale Yeoman home. Mr, and Mrs. James Zweifeil and Mrs. Earl Wilhite attended he wedding Saturday evening of Ralphene Chouder and Davd Stokke at the First Baptist church at Forest City. James Zweifel and Rev. Louis Miller of Belmond .attended J a meeting of the G.A.R.B. Camp joard at Ames on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. William Erd? man returned to their home on Saturday. They have spent the past month in Los Angeles, Dalif. visiting their daughter Linda and friends. Mrs. Emma Oxley returned to her home Saturday from Sioux Falls, S.D. She has been there with her daughter and family, Mrs. Robert Nutty since before Christmas. Her son-in- law brought her home. Stephannie Bartick, who attends St. Olaf College at Northfield, Minn, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bartick. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson of Des Moines spent the weekend with their parents, the Orville Andersons and Cecil Nail's. j Mr. and Mrs. William Smith hmiamily have moved flfcntt Masoi. City to the Larry Freiberg house. He is employed at Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Marr and Mrs. Viola Brown visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Engh at Boulder, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Marr went on to Texas on a trip and Mrs. Brown returned to her home by train. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Heise visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Meyer at Hampton. Thursday evening Gertrude Thronbury had a few friends in ;o help Mrs. Hanna Smith celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Eliason visited on Monday evening at EVERYTHING'S O.K. ON MY son were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hartwig of Kanawha visited Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Maw. William Meyers attended the wedding of his cousin, Julie Rouse at Ayrshire on Saturday. Cindy Bilbrey and Orlando Foresi of Fort Dodge were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gjersted. Mrs. Mae Higgle was also a guest. Jean Fleming of Des Moines spent the weekend with her INCOME TAX I TOOK IT TO BLOCK! ll't en In way ... accurate, troubU-frM, guaranteed ... end It didn't take m* TEN MINUTES! Saved myi.lf torn* money en deduction!, too! Why not do your tax like I did ... TAKE IT TO •LOCK TODAY! ,GUARANTEE We guarantee accurate preparation of tvery lax return. If we make any errori that coil you any penalty or interett, we will pay the penalty or intereit. BOTH FEDERAL AND STATE LIFE America's Largest Tax Service with Over 1000 Offices 108 North Moore ALGONA, IOWA Week Days — 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. — PHONE 295-7031 NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY Public Auction To settle the estate of the late Lee Kiley, we will sell the following described personal property at the farm located 5 miles north and !/4 mile west of Sexton, or 6 miles south of Titonka on 226 blacktop, then 2V4 miles west on FEB. 18 Complete Closing Out FARM SALE Having decided to quit farming, I will have a closing out farm sal* at the farm, located % mile east of the creamery (entrance between creamery and railroad track) in Whittemore, ~~ Friday, Fd», 18 Start MWRg dairy cattle at 10:30 sharp Lunch wagon on grounds Dairy Feed Farm Machinery 2 Plows Cultivator ONE DOLLHR OR LESS buys a 3-minute station call to anywhere in the U. S. (except Alaska and Hawaii) if you call after 8 p.m. or anytime on Sunday. Plus tax. Call tonight! Northwestern Bell NOTE; Dairy cattle itart selling at 10:30 sharp. Mr. Mogler has been on DHIA since 1955 and has a 4.0 test herd average. All cows that are rebred are bred to a Holstein bull. If you are wanting some good producing cows attend this auction I 38 Holstein Dairy Cattle & Heifers I HeUtein 1st calf cows, milking now 6 Holstein 3rd calf cows, fresh from 2 to 12 weeks 5 Holstein 4th calf cows, fresh from 2 to 12 weeks 7 Holstein cows, some close springers and some milking now to freshen m spring and summer with 3rd and 4th calves 4 Holstein yearling heifers 8 Holstein heifer calves Milking 4 unit Surge milking machine, pump end releaser Also Vm. stainless steel pipeline. 28Q«al. Cherry-turrell bulk milk tank. Nay, Silaft I IMoadw 150 tons corn siUge 1500 bales oats hay $00 bales alfalfa hay P * P tile unloader with 2 tripods — 5 years old (Feed nils right after dairy cattle) 3 Tractors 3 1f59Mod«l 941 Ford Tractor with both wide and tricycle front ends 1954 WP AHii Chalmers Tractor 1951 WP Alii* Chalmers Tractor Allis Chalmers 3-14 plow Ford 4-14 semi-mounted plow Allis Chalmers 4-row cultivator with rubber press wheels Goro Planter Grain Drill IHC No. 440 4-row corn planter with fer- tiliier attachments, on rubber IHC 14 ft. grain drill Disc SpriMglooth Roller 13Va ft. Kewanee tandem disc with new blades IB ft. springtooth 15 ft. Dunham land roller Minneapolis-Moline rotary hoe Hewer Side Rake Hay Conditioner AIMs Chalmers 7 ft. tractor mower New Idea side delivery rake 1963 Allis Chalmers hay conditioner Forage Harwter Baler 1960 Gehl forage harvester with corn pickup and cutter bar Allis Chalmers blower with pipes 1961 IHC No. 46 baler B Waieie ail RMM|I| Gear Gehl self-unloading wagon. 1 Helix wagon 1 flare box wagon. 1 flat racks Steel wheel running gear ROBERT MOQLER, owner Virgil and Raymond Spencer, Auctioneers Farmers St«te Bank, Whittemore, Clerk P.M. MACHINERY 1945 Model M. FormaII 1957 No. 76 International Combine, PTO, pick up, straw spreader & Hume Reel. New Idea - Horn Loader with snow bucket 40 ft. Wide Type Grain Elevator, with un- derslung hoist. Drive-on Wagon Hoist International No. 37-13 ft. Wheel Tandem Disc Soderholm 7-row Trailer Tpye Sprayer, drop nozzles, hand boom, real good I. H. C. 444 Corn Planter - disc openers, all gone over and not used since Grain-O-Vator No. 30 I. H. C. 4-Section Riqid Lever Drag Oliver 3-14 in. Trio Bottom Hydraulic Plow I. H, C. No. 8 - 3-14 in. Plow with Slat Bottoms John Deere Tractor Spreader 2 Farm Trailers with Wood Flare Boxes Flat rack on 4 Wheel Rubber Tired Trailer 2 Steel Wheel Wagons 15ft. I, H.C. Straight Disc Horse-drawn Mower I. H. C. Endgate Seeder in good condition Portable Air Compressor 2 Wheel Trailer - good tires MISCELLANEOUS 300 Gallon Gas Barrel & Stand Surge 2 Unit Milker & Pipeline for 10 Cows 2 Old Style Surge Buckets H-in. Electric Drill & Bin 1 P.M. Tap & Die Set Electric Grinder Johnson Gas Tank Heater 11 x 36 Tractor Chains Heavy Bench Vise Tox-O-Wik Cattle Oiler Rollo-way Chicken Nest Set of Socket Wrenches, up to l!/4-in. 5 Real Good Metal Nests Bale Fork 6 or 12 volt battery charger, Some Small Tools BUILDINGS, ETC. Walk-in Hog Feeder, 100 bu. size, real good 4 Pen Hog House, 2-in. floor, good roof 10x12 Brooder House Good Feed Bunk 60 Gallon Hog Waterer, real good Some Slat Cribbing 1955 Chevrolet 4-door 30 SHEEP 30 15 Good Mouth Ewes - most of these ewes will have lambs by sale day 14 Ewes -2-4 yr. old, to start to lamb in March 1 Purebred Columbia Buck HOUSEHOLD GOODS Frigidaire Automatic Washer and Dryer Large Estate Gas Cooking Stove M, W, electric refrigerator with freezer across top Kitchen Table & Chairs 4 Steel Beds 21-in. Zenith TV, Rotor & Antenna TERMS: Cosh, or moke arrangement! with clerk before sale. No property to be removed until settled for, Not responsible for accident! should any occur, Larry Kiley, Administrator CURK * Titonko Saving, lank AUCTIONEERS - Quinn and Utk

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