Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 28, 1966 · Page 6
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bar: Meal GiddihgS a registration card; Lyle and Sidney Rat- els received registration cards. Tommy Angus is a new member. Special folk and country music was played and sung by Dennis Weinke, Cylinder. Dem 1 gave a skit about the originators of scouting and what Cub scouts do today. Den 3 gave the candlelight closing ceremony. Den mothers are Mrs. Dean Mcllravy, Mrs. Howard Redemske, Mrs. John Snear, assisted (Iowa) MONDAY, FEB. 26, 1966 Banquet held, awards given Cubs at Burt Burt — Cub scout pack No. 4B held an "annual not 1uekl by Mrs> . R< > nald Jurgens, Mrs. IB neia an annual pot. IUCK n r»oiH«n a «H M^O r<\;tt™,,\ Blue and Gold banquet Feb. 22 at the schoolhouse. There were 100 parents, guests and Cubs present. Table grace was by Florence Spear. The theme is "Strong for America?' and the Cubs made decorations of patriotic and scouting appeal. The program was a piano solo by David Hanson; flag ceremony by Den 2. Duane Spear and Allan Jurgens folded the flag. Talks were given by Fred Hilton, Harley Troutman Jr., Dale Lockwood, Richard Hopkins and Pat Bradley. Awards were presented, in a candlelight ceremonv by Floyd Sill and Bernard Miller. Mrs. Ray Devine was given a den mother pin. David Devine received a bear badge and denner bar;. Duane Spear received J silver arrows and denner bar Allan Jurgens 2 silver arrows, Pat Bradley assistant denner lay Devine, and Mrs. Clifford Pannkuk. Bernard Miller is cub- master. NAVY MAN VISITS Commander W. B. Officer Jr., who is head of the security group of the U.S. Naval Reserve program in Washington D.C., visited his sister Mary Mrs. Donald Phillips,' West Des Moines, and his parents the W B. Officers, Sr., in Pleasantville between stop overs in Des Moi nes. On this trip he was review ing the Naval Reserve program in Des Moines Thursday, Omaha Friday and at Chicago Monday. He had completed his 20 years of service in the navy and this is his 3rd duty assignment in Washington, D.C, Before coming, to his present assignment he was in charge of the Naval Base at San Juan, Puerto Rico. His family is living in their lome at Winter Harbor, Mains, until they cart 1 obtain: pxrfsession f a place that they are buying t Fredrick, Md. Cmdf, Wallace Officer, Jr., Dr. Paul Boiler and the well known aee flyer of World War 11, Capfc Harold Fls* cher, are old schoolmates ha,V« ng graduated in the same class at Burt high school in 1943. He is the sort of W, B,Officer, Sr. whd Headed the Burt school in 1941-1955 and who now lives in Pleasantville. The Donald Phillips family moved recently to Topeka, Kans. Mrs. Phillips is the former Mary Of' ficer. CIRCLES WILL MEET Circles of the Presbyterian church will meet March 2i Circle A hostess Mrs, P, J. McGuire, devotions, Mrs. Ray Dremmel, Bible study, Mrs. Axel Carlson. Bircle B hostess Mrs George Becker at the church devotions, Mrs. C. M. Gross^ Bi ble study, Mrs. Magdalene Ort man. Circle C hostess Mrs. Ray mond Lovstad, devotions, Mrs Larry Holding, Bible study, Mrs Harley Troutman Jr. 28 because of a conflict, t will be held in the. Legion Hall. Burt Bluebirds met at the* Town Hall with the SMerbergjs as hostesses. Fun Night will be held Feb. 26 at the Burt school or 8th graders and below cia Soderberg gave a talk. ene Coady gave a demonstfa- on, Mrs. Soderberg gave a .eader presentation about styles of clothing and materials. Reo reation chairman had a game. Lunch was served by hostesses. [Cathy Patterson is reporter. Corwith Mrs. Harry L. Maw COMPI »-TE f I O'lNfi OUT FARM AUCTION I will hold a public auction on farm located 7 miles east of Armstrong on Highway 9 or 1% miles west of Swea Citv on: Monday, Feb. 28th SALE STARTS AT 12:30 P.M. 3 TRACTORS 1964 CASE Model 830, dual range drive. Diesel tractor complete with fluid in tires, Eagle hitch, hydraulic svstem (onlv u^ed 907 hours). Tractor like new; dual wheels for above tractor to be sold seoeratelv. 1962 FORD Model 901 Select-0-Speed, complete. McCORMICK Model F-20 with mounted 2 M. E. picker POWER MACHINERY JOHN DEERE Model 490 4-row corn planter complete with fertili- .zer and insecticide. McCORMICK 50 ft. No. 1 grain elevator with both steel and rub- .ber flights, truck hopper and P.T.O. FORD Model 501 7-foot tractor mover. CASE rear mounted cultivator. JOHN DEERE 15-ft. wheel tandem disc with greaseless bearings. JOHN DEERE 15-foot field cultivator. JOHN DEERE Model 666 4-bottom 14" trip bottom plow. NEW IDEA rubber tired 4-bar side delivery rake. CASE 4-row Rotary Hoe. COMBINE • GLEANER Baldwin Combine Model 'E'. Complete with 2-fo\v Picker Head, 13 foot Grain Head with Hume Reel. Combine has Cab like new, used very little. OTHER MACHNERY NEW HOLLAND rubber tired wagon with heavy duty Simo No. 99 hoist and 14 ft. Heider barge box. KEWANEE rubber tired wagon with 10 ply tires and Lindsay 200 bushel unloading wagon (both wagons like new). COATES rubber tired wagon. , NEW IDEA Model 12-A manure spreader. 4-SECTION harrow; 11 ft. Gram Hoe; END GATE Seeder. MISCELLANEOUS McCORMICK hydraulic cylinder; GOOD wide 18 foot feed bunk with steel runners; 300 GAL. gas barrel on steel stand; 4 DRAWER steel portable cabinet full of bolts; 2 NEW 600x16 tires; LARGE air compressor; Anvil; Vise; Grinder with motor and other miscellaneous items. TRUCK 1952 2-Ton Sturlebaker truck* 2 speed axle, 8 ton hoist, 14 ft. grain box, good rubber. Auctioneer's Note: All items are practically new, well housed cared for the best. Case and Ford tractors are nearly new. Com bine is one of the best we've had to sell all year. Not too manj small items so be here 12:30 sharp, — Quinn & Clark, auctioneers Usual Auction Terms Not Responsible For Accidents N Palmer Cassem OW " ER QUINN & CLARK, Auctioneers State Bank of Ledyard, Clerk AJH will meet March 3 at St John's Lutheran church wit! hostesses Dorothy McFarland Lilly Bleich, and Mary Lou Marlow. The topic is church women go calling. The' market basket is by Nancy Kissner, Marietta Boderious and Roseann Gifford. Fortnightly club will meet March 4 with Mrs. Ben Bahling. Good Will truck will be in Burt March 8. Leave material at Burt Methodist church basement. Burt Woman's club will meet Feb. 28 with hostesses Lillie Fredrickson, Erma Pratt, and Ruth Clapsaddle. The topic is international affairs and the Far East. Women of Viet Nam will be given by Virginia Fries, and A Ship Called Hope, by William B. Walsh, will be by Marie Bahnson. Recent guests at Ray Dremmel's were the Floyd Dremmels, Aurora, 111. The Herbert Weiskes, Cedar Rapids, Ray Lavrenzes of Stratford, Julius Stackers, Eagle Grove and Mrs. Richard Groen, Algona, visited Mrs. Helen Weiske last weekend. Mrs. E. E. Bauer, Tacoma, Wash., has been staying with her mother who has been ill. Mrs. E. A. Hansen, Alexandria, Minn., visited Wednesday Thecla Algo- her sister, Mrs. Christensen, The Oliver Mathsons, Ail have decided to quit farming, I will sell m y personal property on the farm located 4Va miles south of Fenton on Highway 44 or 5Vfe miles north of Whittemore on na, visited Feb. 24:'.'with" .tM»So- derbergs. Mrs. Mathson is Mr. Soderberg's sister. The Jake Smiths went to Willmette, 111., Wednesday to visit their daughter Sheryl, the Dale Bixlers. The Donald Prices, Sioux 'ity, and Mrs. Mildred Putz visited Mrs. Art Leason Wednesday after the funeral for Herman Putz. Thursday Mrs. June Lynn, Vicki and Patty, So. St. Paul, Minn., called at the Leason home. June is a granddaughter of the late H. Putz. Walter Campney was elected director of the Consolidated Breeders Assn. at its annual meeting Saturday at Coon Rapids, He was also elected to the executive board from Area 8 at a meeting of the directors. The Campneys and Virgil Loucks, Ledyard, attended. Burt elevator will have an an nual Dollar day Feb. 28. Mrs. Erma Harvey, Swea City, is home from eight weeks in California. Four weeks were spent at Desert Hot Springs, Lions club was postponed to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krauss and Mrs. Mary Bjorson were Sunday dinner guests of the Marvin Sloans. Mr. and Mrs. Don Meyers of Minneapolis, Minn, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Arnold Heise. They came to attend the funeral of her aunt, Alma Heise. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ander son of Des Moines spent the weekend with their parents, the Orville Andersons and Ceci" Nails. A son was born on Friday Feb. 18 to Mr. and Mrs. Don Hanismeier at the Hancock Me morial hospital, Britt. He has been named Dale Edward. Wilmer Tabb spent a few days with his father, Armond Tabb in Minneapolis, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Meyers returned to their home after spending a month at Truth Or ConquenseSi New Mexico. Cynthia Weber and her roommate, both who attend I.S.T.C. at Cedar Falls, spent the weekend with Cynthia's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weber. Mr. and Mrs c Carrol Cram moved into their new home in the south part of town. Their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Cram, moved on the farm they vacated. Mrs. Wilma Swensen of Mason City spent Saturday with; her aunt, Mrs. Addie Hamm. They also visited in Kanawha. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Marr returned to their home after a. 2Va week visit in Colorado and Texas. Mr. and Mrs. John Daniel Sr. visited Friday evening with his sister and husband, Mr. and Vlrs. Henry Gpranson in Clear LaKe f ~r'<~*' ,-""-•" Mrs. Helen Brummund and Mrs. Dora Schilling of Kanawha 10:30 A.M. 4th 10:30 A.M. MACHINERY 1948 John Deere Model G, completely overhauled 1 year ago, roll-o-matic, power- trol, wheel weights 1951 John Deere Model B, roll-o-matic, power-troi, good tires. Both tractors have Heat Housers J. D. No. 400 cultivator, all new sweeps J. D. 2-row cultivator J. D. 490 planter, fertilizer attachments . D. Model R tractor spreader I. D. 15-ft. disc J. D. 4-section lever drag J. D. Model 55 - A.B.H. 3-14 in. plow on rubber, with rippel coulters J. D. 4-bar side delivery rake, good J. D. endgate seeder J. D. drive-on wagon hoist J. D. 12-ft. spring tooth, hydraulic control J. D. 2-way hydraulic cylinder Monday evening supper guests at the home of Mrs. Addie Hamm. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown- and Danny of Industry, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown and family of Mason City and Mrs. Viola Brown were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Lenz. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Youngwirth and family attended a dinner on Thursday evening at the Joe Kreips home in Wesley, in honor of the birthday of Mrs. Helen Youngwirth. Mr. and Mrs. Lee William and Lloyd Fletcher spent Sunday to Tuesday in Minneapolis, Minn, where they attended a Evenrude Motors service school. Mr. and Mrs, Richard Youngwirth, Julie and Vickie visited Saturday evening, with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barrack and family in Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs, William Erdman were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Emma Oxley. tSftSSW^ 160 ACRES We have just listed 160 acres known as the "Laurence Doege Farm," four miles northeast of Burt; This farm can be purchased with minimum down payment, Immediate Possession With very liberal terms on contract, The corn base is 42 acres and can go immediately into government program. The house is vacant at this time and can be equipped as soon as contract has been signed with owners. This farm is fall plowed. For Further Information . . . Contact CARLSON FARM MANAGEMENT CO. OTHER MACHINERY is Chalmers,Model 60 combine, P.T.O., it > 1 '/ i jii * ! .r. i tiOu \\\*i ' - pickup, straw spreader New Idea 6A 2-row pull type picker Koecher corn saver New Idea No. 40 semi-mounted 7-ft. mower 46-ft. Kewanee wide type elevator, P.T.O. Hiimboldt stalk cutter 300 gallon gas barrel on steel stand 14-ft. bale rack 2 wheel trailer Twin Draulic farm trailer with steel flare box 20 CATTLE 20 3 Hoi. cows fresh in February with 3rd calf 1 Guernsey cow fresh Feb. 15 with 4th calf 1 Guernsey cow fresh Jan. 3 with 3rd calf 3 Holstein 1st calf heifers fresh in Dec. 1 Holstein 1st calf heifer fresh in Jan. 2 Holstein cows fresh in Dec. with 3rd calf 3 Holstein cows fresh in Nov. with 3rd calf 1 Holstein heifer 7 mos. old 5 small black calves All these cows and heifers are C.Y, and now clean T.B. and Bangs tested Purebred Holstein bull turned with these cows Dec, 1 PHONE 295-2691 WVWW ALGONA, IQWA 2 farm trailers with wood flare boxes 1 steel wheel wagon with wood flare box I.H.C. binder windrower Twin Draulic manure loader 10x38 tractor chains - 12x38 tractor chains BUILDINGS, ETC. 2-6 pen hog houses with 2 in. floors 12 x 16 ft. Kozy brooder house 2 wood and cob tank heaters 2 steel hog feeders 12- 1 x 12 x 16 boards Steel water tank with hog drink on side 2 hay bunks - 2 feed bunks 1 roll new slat cribbing 16 sections steel drag tunnel Pamline mineral and salt feeder Chicken feeders, waterers, etc. About 300 bushels Ames feed oats About 300 bales good straw, wire tied and in barn HOGS 8 crossbred 3rd litter sows, turned with Reg. Yorkshire boar out of Dick Kuecher herd, January 22 13 cross bred gilts, been with boar a short time 15 real good winter pigs Purebred yearling Yorkshire boar Purebred fall Yorkshire boar All hogs vaccinated MILKING EQUIPMENT Surge 2-unit milker with pipeline for 19 cows 4 seamless Surge buckets 8 con 2-door Sub-zero spray type milk cool- Safeguard dairy hot water heater, can be used with or without pressure system Stainless steel wash vat TERMS; Gash/ or make arrangements with el erk before sale. No property to be removed until settled for, Not responsible for accidents i hould any occur, ERVIN RUHNKE. Owner CLERK - Farmers Staff Bonk of Whittemore AUCTIONEERS - Quinn and Clark

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