The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 23, 1967 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 23, 1967
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8-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moine* Thursday, March 23, 1967 NFO Members In Kossuth Invited To Dump Milk Vic Youngwirth, Wesley farmer who is Kossuth county NFO president, reported to the UDM Tuesday night that the milkhold- ing action by the organization has not been too effective in Kossuth to date. The action began in many mldwestern states Thursday. He said the first milk dumping slated for this area was to take place at Estherville about 2p.m. Wednesday (March 22) and that farmers from Kossuth had been invited to haul milk there for the exhibition. He didn't know if any from Kossuth would do so. NFO members were to meet at the east edge of Estherville LEGAL NOTICES IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 9103 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF William Moeding, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONSINTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE : You are hereby notified that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 17th day of March, 1981. Margaret E. Whlteley Administrator of said Estate Mitchellvllle, Iowa Jaqua & Mansfield Attorney of said Administrator Humboldt, Iowa Date of second publication: 28th day of March, 1967. (23-24) " MARCH 25, SATURDAY- Starting 9:45 a. m.: Merle Hampson Estate Sale, Mrs. Roberta Hampson, Executor, at farm located 4 1/2 miles east of Emmetsburg on U.S. 18, or 11/2 miles north of Cylinder and 2 miles west. Machinery, general equipment, miscellaneous. Sale details in UDM March 23. Lloyd Berkland and Bill Brown, Auctioneers; Cylinder State Bank, Clerk. MARCH 25, SATURDAY American Legion Benefit Auction, LuVerne, la. Peck and Spencer auctioneers. MARCH 29 , WEDNESDAY George Wagner Farm Auction, at farm located south of Algona, 1/2 mile west of Kollasch station on U. S. 169 and 1/4 mile south. Farm machinery, buildings, etc. Auctioneer: Quinn & Leek. First National Bank, Humboldt, Clerk. MARCH 29, WEDNESDAY George E. Harner Sale, at farm 2 miles east and 1/4 north of Swea City, starting 12:45 p. m. Big line of machinery, wagons, miscellaneous, plus buildings, feeding equipment, sheep. Full details in UDM ad of March 21. Clark Bros., Auctioneers; Swea City State Bank, Clerk. MARCH 30, THURSDAY Walter Simonsmeier Sale at farm 8 miles north of Bancroft, or 4 1/2 east of Swea City and 1 mile north. Sale includes 53 head livestock, big machinery line, buildings and feeding equipment. Sale starts 9:15 a. m. Sale details in March 21 issue of UDM. Quinn & Clark, Auctioneers; State Bank of Ledyard, Clerk. APRIL 1, SATURDAY - Sale at 10 a. m. Albert (Bert) Kollasch, Owner, at farm 3 miles north of Bancroft on U.S. 169, or 4 1/2 miles east and 3 miles south of Swea City. Sale includes 97 purebred and grade Black Angus, machinery, feeding equipment, buildings, etc. Sale details in UDM issue of March 28. Quinn & Clark, Auctioneers; Farmers & Traders Savings Bank, Bancroft, Clerk. APRIL 1, SATURDAY- Alfred Grill, Sr., Sale of 50 head of dairy cattle and farm machinery, at farm located five miles south of Algona on U. S. 169, starting at 12:30 p. m. Auctioneers are Ronald Peck and Raymond Spencer, and Security State Bank is clerk of sale. and possibly parade through the city before clumping the milk. Youngwirth said four NFO members, who had been selling milk to the Lotts Creek Cheese Factory, had not been doing so since the holding action got underway. However, the cheese factory reported the holding action had not affected its operation yet. Mr. Youngwirth also said that it is probable the holding action is not having too much affect in Kossuth, because it is aimed at areas producing grade Amilk. "If all NFO members would hold the action would have an affect,' he added. He has been in NFO for seven years and was recently elected president. Aside from the holding action, he announced the organization would hold a sausage dinner at Whittemore April 6. More Information on the dinner will be released later. Sexton Folks Hope For Best On Road Sign SEXTON - Sexton Friendly Club will meet Monday evening at the home of Mrs. John Jennings with a roll call of "a story I remember." As for the report on the progress of the Sexton road sign club, members should take to heart the verse on the front page of the '67 club yearbook: Hope for the best, Get ready for the worst, and then take whatever the Committee plans t - o - Hopefully, spring will start out with everyone from Sexton out of the hospital for a change, now that Elmer Tech and Mrs. Don Mains are both home. It was certainly considerate of the Weldenhoff Corp. to set up business in the Sexton suburbs for the convenience of the many from this area working there. The latest Sexton factory worker is Harold Gatton who is on the night crew. Mary McMahon's friends had a real surprise when she arrived home only a couple of days after they received cards from her telling of the fun of her trip through Mexico. She said most of the transportation seemed to be by burro and we believe it after a check of the postmark revealed it took two weeks for the cards to get here I No more complaints about Zip-coded mail. Has anyone seen Mary's souvenirs from Mexico? It would be pretty hard to top that Mu-Mu she brought home from Hawaii. Still not taking any chances on returning home too early are Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mimbach, enjoying the sun in Arizona. They had better not stay too much longer, the kids are all growing up so fast around here they won't know them. For instance, Kenny Gabrielson was not only engaged to be married this spring, but while the Mimbachs were gone his little sister Joyce became 161 Making a late start on the winter vacation season were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Witham, but they are giving their new camper a good tryout. Taking Charlie along as a driver they were in Texas when last heard from and headed in the general direction of California. Meanwhile, Ed Eischen is running the station until their return. A bunch of excited little kids gathering is a good tip there is another birthday party being planned. Bryan Huff celebrated his 8th birthday with the help of Jon and David Wederquist, Craig Kirschbaum and Scott PeCoy at a party conducted by his older brother, Michael. This week, Scott PeCoy was the guest of honor at his sixth birthday party. Mr. and Mrs. Don Gabrielson were hosts to a family party at their Clear Lake farm home in honor of Kenyon Gabrlelson and Kathy Ites, who will be married April 28. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Gabrielson and Joyce, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ites and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Yocum and family, and David Gabrielson, who will be best man. Mrs. Evert Steven and Mrs. Glenn Gabrielson attended an Eastern Star meeting at Corwith Saturday night. One Case Is Filed; Damage Matter Now On One new case was filed in district court here this week, an account matter in which T. D. Rosslng et al, plaintiffs, are seeking settlement of a $263,70 bill for services from Ted Hilbert et al, defendants. Petit jurors were slated to report for duty again Monday at 10 a.m., with a law suit, Stephen L. Loss vs. Roger C. Scott, to continue. The matter was filed as a result of a mishap Nov. 26, 1965 when cattle owned by Mr. Loss were struck by a car driven by Mr. Scott on highway 169 6 1/2 miles north of Algona. Four cows were killed and two injured and had to be destroyed. Loss is asking $1,200 for the cattle, while Mr. Scott is seeking $430 for damage to his auto and $1,000 personal damages in a counter claim brought as a result of the accident. The jury reported Tuesday morning and final testimony was heard, with attorneys presenting final arguments. The jury was then dismissed while the Judge studied the case and the jurors were to report again Wednesday at 10 a. m. Bay windows became popular In England In the mld-1400s when they were built at Oxford and Cambridge Colleges and In many castles. Ex-Algona Chef Dies In Oregon L. J. Hanley, 64, a longtime chef at the old States Cafe In Algona, died Monday morning after a heart attack at Portland, Oregon, It was learned here this week. His wife who survives him is the former Edith Nordstrom. Mr. Hanley, known as "Mulligan" because of a special stew for which he was famous, visited Algona a few years ago. He worked for the Portland City Gas Co. and was to retire this year. In the thirties, when spring fishing trips we re popular to Cass Lake by a group of Algona business men, Hanley and Joe Durnan were the special cooks for the expedition. George Fangman Rites Are Held At Bancroft Services for George W. Fangman, 76, Bancroft, were held at 10 a.m. Tuesday in St. John's Catholic church at Bancroft. Mr. Fangman died Friday at Good Samaritan Home In Algona. There was a rosary at 8 p.m. Monday at Garry Funeral Home in Bancroft. Mr. Fangman was born Nov. 17, 1890, In New Vienna, Iowa. He married Mary Lenslng Feb. 15,1916 at Bancroft. Survivors Include two sons, Melvln of Mason City and John of Britt; four daughters, Mrs. Arnold Knecht of Elma, Mrs. Marvin Vaske and Mrs. Charlie Quinn, both of Bancroft, and ', Mrs. Russell Jones of Graet- tlnger; 35 grandchildren, 5 great- grandchildren, 5 brothers and 4 sisters. 400 Present At Whittemore Co-Op Meet With about 400 present, the annual meeting of the Whittemore Co-Op Elevators was held last Tuesday. Annual reports were given, patronage dividends were announced, and three directors were elected. j Named as directors were Art Elbert, Duane Arend and Earl Steler. Arend and Steler were reelected, and Art Elbert will take the place of Lawrence Kirsch, who was not a candidate for reelection after serving a good USED MACHINERY TRACTORS 1HC 560 $3650 M602 MM ._ $4150 IHC S.M.LA.D. with LPTO, real sharp __ $1550 1961 MM M5 with 3 pt. Hitch $3100 MM M5 $2895 MM 445 w/3 point __ $1295 MM UB _ $1295 MISCELLANEOUS Blair Feeder Wagon __ $575 No. 30 Grain-O-Vator _ $295 I CX MM PTO Spread' er — $435 E MM PTO Shelter $550 New Idea 17 $395 MMLS300 -$125 MM 1200 Sheller $1095 MM 1200 Sheller $895 MM 1210 PTO Shell- master $1875 Lindsay 6 sec. drag with Evener $110 Galloway 6 sec. drag with Evener $ 95 IHC No. 37 Tandem Disc $465 MM & BRADY FIELD CULTIVATORS SET UP AND READY FOR DELIVERY BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 No. Main Algeria FARMHAND Only 40 more days to take advantage off our FARMHAND FEEDMASTER SPRING SPECIAL BONUS Here's the buy of a lifetime. Purchase a FEEDMASTER from us and receive a FREE $60 Magnel. Don't delay • • - now Is the lime to buy a FEEDMASTER Algona Implement Co. OFFER EXPIRES MIDNIGHT APRIL 25 1967 many years. Holdover directors are Gerald Haas, Charles Bormann, Irvin Gerber, Bill Bormann, Wilbur Knecht and Leonard Pompe. Alfred Schultz is elevator manager. Whittemore also ope rates the Hobarton Co-Op Elevator. Combined gross sales for last year were $3,663,051.97 the annual report showed, with a net profit for 1966 of $94,366.27. The allocated refund for 1966 is $81,312.20 and the distribution of the balance of the 1959 dividend was announced at over $16,000. St. Benedict C.D.A. Host To Sisters St. Benedict C.D.A. held its annual sisters' party March 16, starting with a pot-luck supper. Each member brought a gift for the sisters. After supper, the regular business meeting was held with Grand Regent Marilyn Arndorfer presiding. Plans were discussed and committees named for the annual Mother-Daughter Banquet to be held AprU 12 In the parish hall. The 16th anniversary of the court will be observed. AprU 2 was chosen as the date for the next breakfast to be served after both masses. Members of the court were invited to a work shop to be held at Emmetsburg AprU 9. Committee In charge of the supper included Evelyn Froeh- llch, Leona Downs, Catherine Seller, Marie Arndorfer, Frances Capeslus, LuCylle Kutschara, Carol Ludwlg and Louise Becker. Ftt« Parents The Homemaklng class of AHS is planning a dinner for their parents March 30 at 6:30 p.m. in the homemaking room, The dinner is being presented to show the parents what they have accomplished during the past nine weeks. Thailand will be the theme and Sutira Solpet will be the guest of honor. She will give a talk on her country. Bancroft. Survivors include five brothers Alfred, Alphonse, Arthur, Raymond and Cletus and two sisters, Marcella and Loretta, allot Bancroft. Former Lakota Man Passes At Blue Earth Sheriff And State Agent On Break-Ins Services for Robert Rippentrop, 56, Elmore, who died Saturday night at Blue Earth Hospital were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at First Presbyterian church in Lakota. Burial was at Maple Hill cemetery at Lakota. Mr. Rippentrop was born Mar. 1, 1911 at Lakota. He grew up there and was married March 9, 1934, to Iva Steele of Lakota at Mason City. They farmed in the Lakota area until they moved to Elmore In 1950. He was then employed at Elmore Concrete Products until about 11/2 years ago when he retired because of ill health. Survivors are his wife; three daughters, Mrs. Dick Gerdes of Titonka, Mrs. Ronald Yegge of Buffalo Center, and Mrs. John Hanevik of Elmore; five grandchildren; two brothers, Cort of Elmore, and Albert of Lakota, and a sister. Mrs. Herman Jensen of Algona. Four step-brothers and step-sisters also survive. Paul Weber Of Bancroft Is Heart Victim Services for Paul Weber, 60, Bancroft, were set for 10 a.m. Thursday (today) at St. Johns Catholic Church In Bancroft. Burial was at the church cemetery. Rosary was Tuesday, at 8 p.m. and 8 p.m. Wednesday. Garry Funeral Home was In charge of arrangements. Mr. Weber died suddenly of a heart attack Monday evening at his home. He was born Jan. 30, 1907 at Bancroft, He farmed west of A state agent this week Joined Investigation of four break-ins and thefts reported to Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst during the weekend. At least $1,500 in cash, tools and other items was taken. Carroll Willrett, who operates the K & H gas truck in this area, lost $292.59 in cash from a box which he kept under the seat of the vehicle. The theft occurred sometime during the weekend at the Willrett place about four miles north of Algona. The thief broke the window out of one of the truck's doors to gain entrace. Glass was broken out of the front door at the Kinsman and Sons momument building and a transistor radio and electric coffee pot were taken. A piece of crating was used to break the window. Thefts reported earlier in the UDM included those at the James Wooster Salvage Yard near Armstrong, where $25-30 worth of tools were taken and at the Ernie Williams John Deere store here where $1,000-1,200 worth of tools were stolen. 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