The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 21, 1967 · Page 15
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 21, 1967
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8-Algona, (la.) Upper Dei Maine* Tuesday, March 41, 1967 Wesleyans Home From Southern Tour WESLEY - Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ricke returned March 13 from a trip to Florida, where at St. Petersburg they visited Mr. and Mrs. Al Sappe a week. Enroute to Florida they visited their son Bob Ricke and wife at Muscatine; a daughter and husband, the John Frideres at Wilmington, 111.; the Lou Vitzthumsat Pontiac, 111.; and the James O'Haras at Shellbyville, 111. Enroute home they called on the Art Cinks, Roy Barnholts and Mrs. Bill Klein at Fairhope, Ala.; and visited Mrs. Ricke's sister, Mrs. Valerian Johnson in Junction City, Kans. Mr. and Mrs. Ricke drove through 14 states and covered over 4,000 miles. They enjoyed much sigh- seeing. Their son, Dean Ricke and family, stayed in his parental home with Janice and Ronnie during their parents' absence. They left from Wesley Feb. 25. - o - Guests in the Ralph Weir home Sunday, March 12, were their daughter and family, the Edward Otis's of Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kaltzer, Estherville, Linda and Roger Knudtson of Estherville and Anna Mae Besch of Whittemore. Mrs. Agnes Rodess of Waterloo was a guest in the Weir home several days last week. Nineteen Wesleyans went to Forest City Wednesday evening where they attended at district Methodist Men's meeting. Their wives were guests. The MYF of the Forest City congregation served a supper in the parish hall before the meeting. Bishop Odd Hagen of the Scandinavian area was guest speaker. Ed Eisenbacher returned Tuesday from a 2 1/2 weeks' . PUBLIC AUCTION As I have decided to quit farming I will hold n public auction on my farm located '2 miles Kasl and ' i mile North of Swea City, lawn on: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29 SALE STARTS AT 12:15 P.M. TRACTORS — t%l Allis Chalmers D-17 tractor complete with last liilcli ami power steering (tractor purchased new in 19M); I'M Allis Chalmers WD-45, wide front to fit WD-45; Allis Chalmers WD tractor with Caswell loader and snow bucket; Allis Chalmers traction booster, 2 Hydraulic cylinders, wheel weights, Heat houser, Chains. POWER MACHINERY - 15 ft. Allis Chalmers wheel tandem disc; John Deere <W5A com planter, dry fert., insecticide, rubber press wheels (like new); John Deere No. 55 PTO blower with new apron and <i<) i't. of pipe (like new); 19(52 Allis Chalmers -1 bottom pull type plow; Allis Chalmers 4-row cultivator; Allis Chalmers No. 60 Combine with chopper and rear auger dike new) combine has new style rubber pickup; Coatcs ;i ft. windrower, like new; New Idea 301 corn picker (sharp with \VD mountings): Gehl PTO hammermill with incline hooper and auger: Gehl field cutter with hay head; Gold Nugget oat hullcr; Dakota iron mounted field cult, to fit .John Deere 404 or 495 corn planters (new); New Idea 206 manure spreader (like new): Hahen pull type corn sheller \\ith large Wisconsin motor: Lindscy 4 section drag with folding evener: David Bradley 7 ft. trailer type mower; Windrower; Windpower rotary hoe; John Deere 30 ft. elevator; Speed jack: New Idea side delivery; Kewanee 42 ft. elevator: Kewanee hvdraulic hoist; Trailer type sprayer: Continental rotary stalk cutter (like new); 12 ft. field cultivator; Stubbie cleaner: Jay Hawk stacker: 15 ft. Roderick Lean disc. \V UiON'S — 2 - Wards hcavv duty wagons with steel barge type boxes and hoists: Stee! wheel wagon and flare box- Wagon and flare box; Wagon and flat bed, MISCELLANEOUS - IIIC endgate seeder: Clipper fanning mill; Cement mixer; 3 section drag: Drag to fit behind disc; Post hole digger to fit Allis Chalmers WD; Butler furnace stoker; Gas barrel on stand; Roll-over scraper; Pressure pump and tank; II ft. auger and electric motor: 10 ft. grain elevator: Electric incubator (like now). TOOLS — Air compressor 'like new): Lincoln electric welder; Welding table: 'i and "i. Horse electric motors; 100 ft. electric cord; Sunbeam electric skill saw; electric drill; Tap and die set: Pipe threading set; Many other good tools. Ill'Il.DINGS — in x 20 Tenant house (easy to mow. Would make good lake cabin): 12 x Ki 4-pen hog house; 12 \ 20 « pen Iti-.glioiisi-: Hiooder house. Shelter house; 1000 bu. steel bin. KIWI) • :KIO bales clover hay. ]7!i bales of straw. FEEDING EQUIPMENT - 2 - Hay bunks: 2 - Feed bunks; Sheep hay bunk; Ventilator fan; 2 - Steel tanks (new): 4.v bu. round feeder mew): 2 - 25 bu. round feeders; Cob burning tank healer; Walkin hog feeder: 2 Sheep bunks. SHEEP - 23 Choice Black face Ewes to lamb about Mav 1st; Purebred Hampshire Ram. ANTIQUES — Wood frame table saw; Dart motor; 32 volt generator; Wooden planes. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: The machinery on this sale is probably as well kept as any sale this year. The sheep are outstanding for quality. For good well kept equipment attend this auction. — Clark Bros. Usual Auction Terms Not Responsible For Accidents No Property Removed Until Settled For GEORGE E. HARNER, owner Clark Bros. — Auctioneers Swea City State Bank — Clerk visit with the Ole Holts in Tacoma, Wash. A capacity crowd attended the adult meeting in St. Joseph's parish hall Wednesday evening after the 7:15 mass. Father Ott Foester was guest speaker at this Cana Conference. Many adults from St. Benedict were in attendance. The Corwith-Wesley Community School kindergarten round-up will be held Tuesday, March 21, at 10 a. m. at the Wesley building and at 1 p. m. at the Corwith building. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tjarks announce the engagement of their daughter, Judy, to Terry Winters of Minneapolis, Minn. He is the son of Mrs. Allen Clancy of Madison, Wise. Miss Tjarks is employed at the University of Minnesota and her fiance is a senior there. A June wedding is planned. Janet Studer entertained six girl friends at a slumber party March 10 in honor of her 14th birthday. The young ladies who spent an almost sleepless night were Sue Ackerson, Ann Walker, Bonnie Becker, Judy Eisenbacher, Linda Reising and Debbie Lickteig. Janet is a daughter of the G. M, Studers. Guests Monday evening March 13 in the Lester Larson home were the Arvon Larsons and L.L. Leases in honor of Lester's birthday. It was a surprise party for him. The Good Will Industry truck stopped in Wesley, March 7, for a pick-up load at the Methodist church. They will stop again in June. Mrs. Clarence Nelson and her brothers, Ed and Joe Eisenbacher, went to Wilmont, Minn. Wednesday where they attended the farm sale held by their sister, Mrs. Thekla Strouth. A number of Wesleyans attended the last of the series of concerts in Algona Thursday evening. The new drive for the sale of tickets will start soon. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hauptman visited his aunt, Mrs. Lucy Schleusner, 82, of Garner, who is now a resident at Grohaven Rest Home in Forest City Wednesday. Mrs. Al Wagner spent Thursday with Mrs. Abbie Bush in Corwith. Girl Scouts Of Twin Rivers Plan Supper The Twin Rivers Girl Scout troops are planning a Family Night supper to be held March 22 at 6:30 p. m. in the Bode Higli School. The Girl Scouts will furnish entertainment for their families and Janell Francl, district Girl Scout advisor will give a talk on scouting. This being our first year in Girl Scouting we are happy to have thirty-three members and each of these girls will do their part to entertain their families. The members are as follows: Brownies -Jeanne Bakken, Debra Carlson, Kim Christiansen, Lori Helvick, Elaine Hood, Jolene Johnson, Susie Ludwig, Karen Mitsven, Kelly Myers, Lauri Olson, Rhoda Rongved, Carol Shekey, Marge Stalzer, Patty Terwilliger, Tami Worby, Linda Thilges and Pat Logue. Junior Scouts - Jerry Barton, Becky Bjornson, Jana Brock, Gina Collins, Janet Enger, Donella Hacker, Dianna Johnson, Dorinne Johnson, Barbara Malkmus, Terry Meyers, Pam Polley, Theresa Polley and Kathy Wendt. Cadets-Linda Rippentrop, Iris Johnson and Christine Mathiason. Supervising the activities will be the Scout leaders; Mrs. Sharon Christiansen, leader of the Brownies with Mrs. Charlotte Bjornson, assistant; Mrs. Sandra Albertson, leader of the juniors, with Mrs. Leona Abbas, assistant; and Mrs. Shirley Johnson, leader of the Cadets. Food Not Eaten Is Club Topic The Jolly Neighbors Club of Lotts Creek met Wednesday afternoon, March 15, 1967 at the home of Ruby Wolter. Ten members answered roll call: A Food I've Never Eaten. After the business meeting, lunch was served. The next meeting will be April 19 with Darlene Bollinger hostess. Union 4-H Union Boys 4-H Club held its regular meeting March 14. Meeting was called to order by President Mike Hansen. Minutes were read and approved. The basketball tournament and 4-H Day were discussed. Lunch was served by Molaceks and Dodds. IN YOUR NEW DIRECTORY Yellow Pages INDEX — Front of Yellow Pages When you ask for bleach, say... Almost everybody does Complete Closing Out FARM AUCTION I will hold a Public Auction on my farm located: 8 miles North of Bancroft or Vfe mile South, 3 miles West and 1 mile South of Ledyard or 4M> miles East and 1 mile North of Swea City on: Thursday Morning, March 30 SALE STARTS AT 9:15 A.M. 53 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK 45 HEAD OF PIGS — Spotted and White Cross mixed winter pigs, vaccinated. 8 SHEEP — 7 - Black Pace Ewes to lamb last of April; 1 - Black Face Buck. CHICKENS — 160 Black and Gold Pullets. TRACTORS 1960 Allis Chalmers model D-17 gas tractor with wide front, heat houser, tractor like new; Allis Chalmers model WD tractor. POWER MACHINERY — New Idea model 311 2-row pull type corn picker, used very little; Koyker corn saver; John Deere model 494 4-row corn planter with disc openers and fertilizer, 3 years old; New Idea 4-bar Roto rake, like new; New Idea model 12-A manure spreader, used very little; Allis Chalmers model 66 combine with PTO, straw chopper and pick up; John Deere model 55 3-bottom 14 inch hydraulic tractor plow; Allis Chalmers late model 5 bottom 14" mounted tractor plow; Kewanee 11 ft. wheel tandem disc; 12 ft. field cultivator; New Idea 7 ft. tractor mower; Allis Chalmers 2-row cultivator to fit WD; Humboldt stalk cutter; Allis Chalmers 15 ft. tractor disc; Gehl hammer mill with crusher head, PTO; Stan Hoist loader with snow bucket, Allis Chalmers mountings. OTHER MACHINERY - Kewanee 42 ft. grain elevator; Drive on hoist; New Idea rubber tired wagon with like new flare box; New Idea rubber tired wagon with wood flare box; McCormick Deering endgate seeder; Liridsey 4 section harrow. MISCELLANEOUS — Montgomery Ward chain saw; Garden tiller; Mower wind rower; Disc transports; Lawn mower; Terfehr 4 bottom stubble turner; Lots of iron; Posts; Steel fence braces; 2 rolls of 20 rods woven wire; Set of tractor chains; Set of car chains; Set of truck chains; Large amount of forks, shovels, etc. BUILDINGS AND FEEDING EQUIPMENT — 11 ft. Auger with motor; 40 bu. Pride of Farm hog feeder; 60 bu. Jamesway feeder; 10 bu. hog feeder; 3 — 14 ft. feed bunks; 17 bags of 32 percent Protein with Cevestrol; Steel water tank; Tox- 0-Wick cattle oiler; 6 pen hog house with plank floor; 10 x 12 Brooder house; Gas brooder stove; Wood stock tank; Chicken feeders and waterers. FEED - 400 Bales of Clover and Alfalfa hay; 200 Bales Straw. - '' PICKUP — 1951 Chevrolet % ton pickup, 4 speed trans., combination grain and stock rack, 17,000 actual miles. HOUSEHOLD GOODS - Round 9x9 wool rug; Refrigera tor; Studio couch; Davenport; Other misc. items. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: All the newer machinery is sharp and well shedded in excellent condition. Don't forget this is a forenoon sale. See you sharp at 9:15. QUINN & CLARK Usual Auction Terms. Not Responsible For Accidents. No Property Removed Until Settled For. WALTER SIMONSMEIER OWNER Quinn & Clark — Auctioneers State Bank of Ledyard — Clerk

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