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12-Algona, (la.) Upper D*i Moinw Thursday, March 2, 1967 BRIDGE HOSTESS Mrs. Charles Hinken entertained her bridge club last Wednesday. - o - UNION SUTZ The Union Sutz card club met Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Schenck. High score winners were Letty Willrett and Joe Henry, Low score winners were Helen Leigh and Carol Willrett. Travel prize went to Phyllis Hanson. - o - KNIT AND SEW The Knit and Sew club met last Tuesday with Mrs. Vivian Skogstrom. - o - MEET THURSDAY The Commission on Missions of the Methodist church meets Thursday at 8 p. m. at the parsonage with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steven, chairmen. - o - PLAYED CARDS Mrs. Bless Rusk was hostess to her bridge club Thursday evening. Mrs. Shirley Cubit is a new member of the club. SURPRISE PARTY Mrs. John J. Helmers has returned from Ft. Dodge where she visited with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Wilschusen and family. Her birthday was observed Feb. 24, a surprise dinner being given at the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Helmers, Duncombe. - o - U.P.W. MEETING U. P. W. will meet March 2 at 1:30 p. m. The program, "Joy For An Anxious Age", will be given by Rev. Morz. Devotions by Mrs. Morz and music by Mrs. Richard Mawdsley. - o - SLATE LUNCHEON Women of Methodist W.S.C.S. will meet for a one o'clock luncheon March 2. The lesson topic Is "From Faith to Faith" by Mrs. James Andreasen. - o - BAPTIST WOMEN Women of the Baptist church will meet March 2. Hostesses will be Mrs. Don Riebhoff, Mrs. Clyde Priebe, Mrs. Doris Culbertson and Mrs. Wayne Keith. Mrs. Dale Laws will give the lesson. - o - MISSION TALKS Beginning Sunday at the First Baptist church there will be five days of missionary talks by five missionaries from India, Pakistan and Spain. They are associated with T.E.A.M. missions of Wneaton, El. - o - PLUM CREEK CLUB The Plum Creek Women's Club met Feb. 22 with Norma Paetz, who was assisted by Corrine Gabrielson and Violet Benschoter. Eighteen members and one guest were present. Roll call was answered byahistorical fact. The lesson, Pride in Farm Bureau, was given by Corrine Gabrielson, who was also leader. Inspiration was given by Jean Benschoter and entertainment was provided by Norma Paetz. - o - WOMEN'S FELLOWSHIP The Congregational Women's Fellowship will meet March 2 for a one o'clock luncheon to be served by Circle 1. Devotions by Clara Zender. Program — American Field Service Student. - o - PLUM CREEK CLUB The Plum Creek Womens club met Feb. 22. Hostesses were Norma Paetz, Corrine Gabrielson and Violet Benschoter, Roll call was historical fact, lesson was pride in Farm Bureau. Leader was Corrine Gabrielson and inspiration by Jean Benschoter. The next meeting will be held March 29. DINNER MEETING The Soroptomist Club of Algona met Tuesday evening, Feb. 21, for dinner at Van's Cafe. A social hour followed at the home of Rose Scanlan. Hostess included Mrs. OllieNasbyandMrs. Clara Zender. The club also met at noon Wednesday, Feb. 22, at The Algona Hotel. Guest speaker was Beecher Lane, \¥ho took the ladies on a tour of Algona's newest industry, Auto-Gro. - o FRIENDSHIP PARTY Catholic Daughters of America held a Friendship Party here Feb. 22 at the Academy Hall, with representation from various area churches present. Mrs. Tillie Ristau, grand regent, welcomed the guests. A movie, "Police", was shown by Patrolman Jim Bonnstetter of Milford, Tom Cogdall of Algona, and Lt. Robert Glenn of Ames. In charge of the meeting and program were chairladies Donna Roethler and Shirley Nichols, assisted by their committee. - o - METHODIST ACTIVITY A WSCS board meeting is slated for Thursday noon, March 2, Mrs. Don Nelson, president, has announced. A luncheon will precede the meeting. In the evening a Commission on Missions meeting will be held with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steven as chairmen. Sunday, March 5, a MYF Lenten breakfast will precede services at 8:30 a.m. Hosts are Mr. and Mrs. Don Jorgenson and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hutchison. - o - GOP WOMEN The Republican Women's Club of Kossuth county will meet March 7 at 1:30 in the Methodist church at Swea City. Speaker will be Rev. Paul Ofstedal. Hostesses will be Republican Women of Swea City. - o - CARD CLUB Mrs. Bertha Pommer was hostess to her card club last Wednesday. The club will meet this week with Mrs. Elmer Phillips. - o - IDLE HOUR CLUB Mrs. Hazel Lusby was hostess to the Idle Hour bridge club Friday. - o - DEMOCRATIC WOMEN The Democratic Women of Kossuth County held a meeting Monday evening at the home of Mrs. M. Joseph Bradley. Featured speaker was Peter Hart from the Office of Economic Opportunity who spoke on the Head Start program. - o - CHURCH STEWARDSHIP A Stewardship School was held at Trinity Lutheran Church on February 16 with about 50 attending. Staff members were Pastor Marcus Zill from St. Louis Alvin Berry, Ft. Dodge and Pastor G. J. C. Gerike, Des Moines. The Trinity Lutheran Ladies Aid will meet Thursday, March 2 at 2:00 p.m. with Mrs. Jerry Leaneagh, and Mrs. JohnDrees- man as hostesses. The evening circle will meet at 8:15 p.m. with Mrs. James Chalstrom and Mrs. James Anderson as hostesses. - o - GUILD MEETING Guild circle meeting of United Presbyterian Women met Feb. 27 at 7:30 o'clock. Hostesses were Mrs. Homer Kline and Mrs. Ivan Parrott, program by Mrs. Henry Furst and devotions by Mrs. Esther Barton, At Cousin's Funeral LONE ROCK - Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Newbrough and Mrs. Ed Blanchard of Lone Rock and Mrs. Eva Thompson of Des Moines, attended the funeral of a cousin, Mrs. Lyle E. Montor at Kearney, Nebraska on Wednesday, February 22. Home Fireproof Vaults and Chests - protect your valuable records, papers, etc. allow cost $18.75 and up at THE UPPER DES MOINES. Sexton Hiway Sign Group Still Busy SEXTON - The Sexton Friendly Club at their pot-luck supper meeting Monday night at the Jack Wederquists had their usual good luck of having a little bit of everything and all of it good. The business meeting once more heard from the Hiway Sign for Sexton committee and in the general discussion which followed their lack of progress, it was decided to make 1 x 4 signs in white with orange fluorescent letters. The problem of putting the materials together before spring was handed to Mrs. Clarence Huff. Entertainment interspersed throughout the meeting was provided by Mrs. Nell Opheim's account of the hard way to get to California and back. Mrs. Sam Miller, as guest for the evening, was also given the opportunity to find out just what kind of neighbors she has moved among at Sexton I The next Friendly Club meeting will be the last Monday in March at the home of Mrs. John Jennings with roll call of "a storm I remember." Perhaps by then we will have a brand new one to talk over. Mrs. John Jennings was unable to attend the meeting because of a freak accident that has resulted in a lot of discomfort and a trip to the doctor. She dropped her ironing board which resulted in a large toe nail splitting and left her certainly not in a party mood. - o - TURTLE, ANYONE ? Anyone who has ever made the effort to catch and clean a turtle knows what a hardworking fellow we have for the newest resident in the Sexton area. Sam Miller "laid by" enough turtle this fall to provide a turtle supper for 48 people helping the Millers celebrate getting moved into their new home west of town. Guests enjoying the results of his effort and Mrs. Miller's cooking, came from Corwith, LuVerne, West Bend, Sexton and Minnesota. - o - DIRT,- YOU BET I This will be the year Glenn Gabrielson takes off a year from farming to travel. He might as well. His neighbors will confirm at least the top six inches of his farm is now covering Sexton. Local housewives finally know why Glenn needs such a big tractor to get through his fields. He has the stickiest topsoil in the county, at least when its applied to windows and children's shoes. The only ones enjoying the mess must be the so-so housekeeper. For once, her house isn't any dirtier than her most particular neighbors. The only bright spot left in town is that new red pickup with the matching red and white camper that Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Witham brought home from Forest City. Maybe Glenn should get together with his neighbors on summer travel plans. - o - Our first returning vacationer came back with a glowing description of the paradise to the far west of Iowa. After being grounded at Omaha and making an all-night train ride to get home to a day of below zero weather and the aftermath of a dust blizzard, Mrs. Nell Opheim still said it's so good to get back home! If only the Industrial Development Corp. In Algona could figure out what Iowa has to bring people back from Paradise they could make a fortune bottling and selling it. There was one hint of trouble, even in Paradise, as Mrs. Opheim was also grounded by fog when she reached Oakland and had to complete her trip to San Diego by bus. After her first plane trip, Mrs. Opheim also thinks there's nothing quite the equal to flying if you could only get to where you wanted to go in the first place. Plans seem to be under way for another couple to make their home here. Mr. and Mrs. Pratt are going to remodel the house formerly occupied by the Martin Mimbachs in preparation for Mr. Pratt's retirement next year. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hansen and Mrs. Jack Wederquist visited Cora Hansen at the Good Samaritan Home Sunday and found her in good health. They were also able to chat with a former Sexton resident, Mrs. Christine Didriksen, who was most interested in the changes made by the Sam Millers at her old home. One more local housewife has made the big jump to "working for pay" for just a little while and is finding it turning into a regular job. Mrs. Perry Lowman filled in for a few weeks at a hot lunch job at the Annex for a vacationing worker, but finds she is still needed "for just a few more weeks." Just a news Item to let local folks know the Art Kleins are still at home on the farm, we Just don't see them is all. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Sheppard spent Sunday evening with the Kleins and their daughter, Virginia, was also home from her teaching position at Clear Lake this past weekend. Haven't heard much from the Glenn Gabrielsons for a while but they are still active in a few things since Mrs. Gabrielson accompanied Mrs. Fred Shilts of Algona to Sheffield for an Eastern Star meeting. Glenn Gabrielson's sister and family, the George Clarks of Ames, were guests last weekend as a farewell to the Clark's son who is leaving for service. John Stratton has received word' the Frank Strattons at Thornton have bought a, farm at Alexandria, Minn, and with the aid of their sons also plan to work the farm at Thornton for at least one more year as well as the new place in Minnesota. Sunday callers at the John Jennings home were Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hanna of Lone Rock and Virgil Jennings of LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Englebarts and daughters of Ledyard also came to see their aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth Gettman, who is making her home with the Jennings. Mrs. Jennings also received a birthday card from her sister-in-law, Mrs. Julia Taft, who has spent some time at Sexton in the past. Mrs. Taft and her daughter have now settled at Northcrest Apts., which is a co-op for retired people at Ames. There must be more winter expected as the trips to California continue. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Frendahl are the latest to leave for a few weeks' visit. Word has been received of a fire at the Delbert Sank^y home with almost total loss ol household goods. They had just moved to the LuVerne area from Wesley last fall. Mrs. Sankey is the former Donna Jean Smith and a Sexton area resident for years. LIC SALE 1 will hold o public auction on the farm 3 miloi oaU ond 3!'j mll«« south of Fonton, or j miloj woif and 3'/j miloi south of Lone Rock.or 6 mlloi wcitand 6''i miles north of Algona, THURS., MARCH 9 «. Lunch on grounds. Horned Holstein cow - frcih Jan. 31 with 2nd calf. Spot, Holirein cow - fraih Jon, 15 with 3rd calf. Penny, Holstein cow - fresh Jan. 8 with 4th calf. HoUtein heifer - fresh Oct. 18 with 1st coif. Koty, Holstein cow - fresh Oct. 10 with 3rd calf. ~~ Dot, Guernsey cow - fresh Jan. 22 with 3rd calf. Rose, Guernsey cow - fresh Doc. 20 with 5th calf. Coule, Guernsey cow - fresh Dec. 24 with 5th calf. Dell, Guernsey cow - fresh NOY. 2 with 6th calf. Cheer, Guernsey heifer - fresh Nov. 1 with 1st calf. Nosey, Guernsey heifer - fresh Oct. 20 with lit calf. 28 HOLSTEINS and GUERNSEYS Floss, Guernsey heifer — fresh Oct. 15 with 1st calf. Tiny, Guernsey heifer - fresh Oct. 12 with 1st calf. I yearling Holstein heifer, open. 1 yearling Guernsey heifer, open. 1 yearling white face heifer, open. 12 Angus cross calves. This is a CV herd and now clean TB and Bangs tested. Th« milk test runs over 4% test all the time. MILKING EQUIPMENT SP 11 Surge milker ond pipeline for 18 cows. 2 Surge seamless buckets. Surge hot water heater, 15 gal. cap. DeLaval cream separator, used only 6 mo. MACHINERY John Deere 4-bar side delivery. John Deere 6 ft. horse mower. 8 ft. Deering windrower with PTO. IHC No. 200 manure spreader, com picker, rear Royhill i row mounted weed sprayer. 2-4 wheel trailers with steel flare boxes with wood floors. Steel wheel wagon with flat rack. John Deere endgate seeder. IHC endgate seeder. Drive-on wagon hoist. 3 bottom Terfher stubble turner. Hitch for pulling form implements. 4 section steel evenor. 1953 Super M Farmall, real good. 1949 John Deere A, runs good. John Deere No. 400 cultivator, rubber gauge wheels, New Idea No. 6 2-row elevator. A-C 1954 model 66 combine, pickup, PTO, Case 8 ft. windrower, good condition. John Deere 490 planter, offset fertilizer attachment. M.M. 4-row rotary hoe, real good. John Deere 3-14 in. plow. Humboldt manure loader, mounts Super M. 2 - John Deere 15 ft. discs. 15 ft. Bonham lond roller. Papec silage cutter with 36 ft. pipe, HAY & STRAW 300 bales alfalfa-brome hay. a || 150 bales straw, hay and straw, in barn. About 20 ton good corn silage. TERMS: Cash, or make arrangements with clerk before sale. No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents should any occur AUCTIONEERS: Leek & Quinn CLERK: Lone Rock Bank. Walking plow. Bob sled. Potato plow. 1 H.P. electric motor. MISCELLANEOUS 260 gallon gas barrel and steel stand. 2 electric fencers. Speed jock. Wood burning tank heater. 200 ft. 3/8" steel cable on spool. 2-50 gallon borrels. Some electric wiring, 2 - 50 ft. steel cables, 3 rolls cribbing, some used lumber, 14 - 30 ft. silo staves. Mounted bun saw. Round steel hog feeder. 4x5 ft. dog house. 8 Mallard and white ducks. Edwin H. Wichtendahl FARM AUCTION Having decided to quit farming, I will hold a public auction on the farm located 2 miles East and 1 Vi South of Depew store or 5 miles North, 2 miles East and % mile north of Cylinder or 4 miles west and 3'/< miles South of Fenton on: TUESDAY, MARCH 7,1967 Sale Time 12:45 Lunch On The Grounds FARM MACHINERY 'THREE TRACTORS - 1954 me Super MTA Tractor, good rubber; 1944 IHC M Tractor, live pump good rubber; 1945 IHC H Tractor; 2 - IHC 448 Cultivators; IHC 2MH Corn Picker; IHC 450 Corn Planter, with fertilizer; IHC 37 Wheel Tandem Disc, 13-ft.; IHC 3-14" Plow; IHC 3-16" Plow; IHC Loader and Snow Bucket; IHC Tractor Mower, 7-ft.; IHC 4-bar Side Rake; IHC No. 200 Manure Spreader; IHC 18-ft. Single Disc; IHC Endgate Seeder; Gehl 10" Grinder, PTO Drive; M-M 12-ft. Windrower; 4-Section Spring Tooth; 4-Section Lever Drag; 4-Section Flexible Drag; 2 - 4-Wheel Running Gears, with Steel-Flare Boxes; Kewanee 40-ft. Elevator; Farmers Friend 42-ft. 2-Wheel Elevator, Speed Jack, Drive-On Hoist; Self-Propelled IHC 125 Combine; J.D. H Manure Spreader; Farmers Friend 54-ft. Elevator; Avery Rotary Hoe; Trailer-type Sprayer, 7-row with down spouts; Running Gear and Flat Rack; Steel Running Gear and Hay Rack; J.D. 2-16" Plow; Winters Stubble Turner. FEED: 250 Bales of Straw. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Gas Barrel and stand; Tractor Chains; 2 Heat Housers; Wheel Barrow; 3 Feed Bunks; Hay Bunk; Chain Saw; Cement Mixer and Motor; Air-Compressor; Impl. Jack; Electric Fencers; Hog Troughs; Forks, Shovels; Extension Ladder; 8 Milk Cans; DeLaval Pump and 3 Surge Buckets; 6-Can Side-Door Milk Cooler; 2 Stock Tanks; Sheep Bunks; Woven Wire; Steel Posts; Chicken Feeders and Waterers; Tank Heater; Canvas; Brooder House 12-ft. x 14-ft. Other Items too Numerous to Mention^ BUILDINGS 32-ft. Overhead Crib, with Bins, Asbestos Shingles; 44-ft. x 50-ft. Barn with Steel Siding; 3-Bedroom House; 28-ft. x 24-ft. Hog House with Steel Siding; 20-fK x 38-ft. Chicken House - Wood; 18-ft. x 20-ft. Wood House; 10-ft. x 12-ft. Wood Building; 1000 Bu. Steel Crib; 1000 Bu. Steel Bin. Above buildings are owned by Wegener Bros. These buildings are to be moved or torn down by May 1, 1967. Usual Auction Termst No Property To Be Removed Until Settled For. Not Responsible For Accidents. GLEN MAALAND, OWNER Bensen & Brown, Auctioneers Iowa Trust and Savings Bank, Emmetsburg, Clerk We/come to our newly remodeled store . .. THIS ONE GOBBLES HAY AND EAR CORN Just as Fast as You Can Feed BRADY GRINDER-MIXER Fee.ders asked for a better grinder-mixer, one to perform at high volume without "spoon feeding." Brady built it—Built it like the custom feed rigs to take the toughest abuse, day-in, day-out. That's why the switch has been to Brady. 10'Auger swings 180 = . . . delivers into a silo up to 50' high, merely by adding pipe. See it today at BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 NORTH MAIN ALGONA Our now-completed remodeling and decorating program was developed with our friends and customers in mind. We want your shopping to be comfortable and enjoy- able. All-new ceiling, fixtures, carpeting and displays will enable us to better exhibit the largest selection of piece goods in the entire area. We have also added many new departments to give you the finest of selections. We cordially invite you to stop in and browse through our entire store — designed for your convenience. The Chrischilles Store Since 1870

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