The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 17, 1967 · Page 25
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14-Algorm, (la.) Upper De* Moines Thursday, Aug. 17, 1967 Cong. Mayne Visits Bancroft Gl AROUND ALGONA By RUTH SHIERK MRS. THEO HUTCHISON and Mrs. Joe Tschetter returned Thursday evening after a three- week's trip by car to the west coast. Accompanying them were Steve and Charles Carroll, grandsons of Mrs. Hutchison, who had visited her here. They returned the boys to their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Carroll atSan Jose, California. Traveling west on the north route, the group visited the Black Hills, Yosemite National Park and other points of interest. The two ladies traveled the southern route on their return trip and visited Salt Lake City, Denver, and other points. MR. AND MRS. Donald Ferris entertained at the Country Club Friday evening from eight to ten for lierdaughterandliustiand, Mr. and Mrs. John Surges. Mrs. Ferris took the newlywcds to board a plane Tuesday for a trip to Colorado for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. John Connelly at Northglerm. The two ladies are sisters. MR. AND MRS. Craig Smith were guests at Lake Okohoji last weekend with friends, Dr. and Mrs. John Clayne of Lincoln, Nebraska. RECENT GUESTS of Mr. and Mrs. Burton Harmes was his niece, Andrea Harmes of Mitchell, Soutli Dakota. Randy Harmes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Burton Harmes has extended his tour of duty in Vietnam for three months, beginning Sept. 1. He hopes to be home by Christmas, to visit his parents before resuming his duty in service. MRS. CHARLES HARMON entertained at coffee last Wednesday morning for Mrs. James Kildow, Prairie Village, Kansas, the former Gwen Egel. MR. AND MRS. James Kildow and three children, Prairie Village, Kansas, left Sunday after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Egel. GUESTS OF Mr. andMrs.Orin Hudson have been her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Van Steenburg and sons, Jerry and Kurt, Flint, Michigan, and Dick, Chicago, 01. They left Monday after visiting members of the Egel family here. Mrs. Hudson and Mrs. Van Steenburg are sisters of Ernest Egel, at whose home they were entertained Sunday. They were also entertained at the Charles Deibler home on Wednesday. MRS. FLORENCE BJUSTROM recently joined her cousin, Miss Elma Locke in Minneapolis, and the two visited relatives in Remer and Cloquet, Minn. Mrs. Bjustrom returned Tuesday. MR. AND MRS. Dale Laws recently bought the Don Sjogren home near Call State Park. They moved about two weeks ago with their children, Brocke, who will be a freshman at the University of Northern Iowa at Cedar Falls and Travis, age 3. Their daughter, Debbie, has been in Switzerland for the summer. She will arrive in New York Sept. 7 and will spend a few days with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lehman and family, at New City, a suburb of New York Terms: Possession: Taxes: Improvements: TRIPLER GENERAL HOSPITAL, HONOLULU, Aug. 10-Shown here are Sp4 Jim Hauptman of Bancroft and Congressman Wiley Mayne of Iowa. Congressman Mayne, in Hawaii to attend sessions of the House of Delegates at the American Bar Association, visited several Viet Nam casualties at this large installation. Hauptman had come to Honolulu from Viet Nam for rest and rehabilitation, but wound up in the hospital when he became -\ victim of a traffic accident. Mayne was able to convey word to Jim's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hauptman, that Jim was recovering nicely and would be home in Bancroft in about two weeks. City. Debbie will be a senior at Algona High School in the fall. Mr. Laws is raising several breeds of dogs and now has 23 adults and 11 puppies. RECENT GUESTS of Mr. and Mrs. Marc Moore were her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Max Halpin, Waterloo, and another sister, Mrs.WilmaWen- ger, Britt. MR. AND MRS. William J. Finn and Mr. and Mrs. Marc Moore returned Sunday after a vacation in Wisconsin where they STRONG CHURCHES . . Make Stnmg Connwinltlt "And the world passes away, and the lust of it; but he who docs the will of ' God abides forever. " - Uohn 2:17 What is your motivation in life? What is it that stirs you to effort? What makes you angry? What is your source of joy and pleasure? Answer these questions and you have evaluated yourself. Truthful responses tell you about yourself. Ask yourself these questions. Write your answers on paper. Then read the quotation above. How well you score must depend upon the extent to which God's will plays a part in your daily life. These Special Weekly Church Messages brought to you by the following PUBLIC-SPIRITED BUSINESSES: VAN'S CAFE Junction 18 & 169 ESSER DRY CLEANERS FREE Pick-up and Delivery Phone 295-2827 - Algona, Iowa ZENDER'S Clothing for Men and Boys POST MOVING and STORAGE Local & Long Distance Phone 295-2275 _ Algona, Iowa PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO. Herb Hedlund, Production Manager Perry Collins, Experimental Mgr. METRONICS, INC, O. B. Harmes "Super Speed" Tools SWANSON'S - ALGONA "Where Shopping Is A Pleasure" COLONIAL MOTEL Junction 18 & 169 SHILTS BROWNBILT SHOE STORE "The Shoe Store That Takes Care of Your Feet" Tel. 295-5371 - Algona, Iowa BENNIE B. WIBBEN, Bldg. Contractor 122 S. Heckort St. - Algona, Iowa KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY Wayne Feeds - We Buy Eggs and Poultry 216 West State Street - 295-5206 ERNIE WILLIAMS John Deere Farm Equipment Highway 18 East - Tel. 295-3561 ALGONA VAULT SERVICE Algona, Iowa JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Oliver CMC Trucks - Gehl Firestone Tires — Stanhoist KOSSUTH MUTUAL INS, ASSN. Your Friend — Before and After the Fire ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Your Friendly IH Dealer - 295-3501 IH Tractors -• Trucks •- Farm Equipment were guests at the summer home of Mr. and Mrs. Luke Linnan at Lac Coeur des Oreilles. The two couples took a Chippewaboat trip to Bayfield and the Apostle Islands, visited a former logging camp at Hayward, and other resorts and points of interest. JIM FINN, son of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Finn will finish his internship at Parkeland Memorial Hospital in Dallas, Texas, this weekend and will travel by plane to California, where he will visit friends for two weeks. He will then return to Dallas for his car and travel directly to Dubuque, where he is due to start classes September 6, and where he will be in his second year in Seminary. Freezer Tip If your freezer stops running and you know it will be off for some time, take several steps to keep food from spoiling; keep the freezer closed; move the food to a locker plant; or add dry ice. | Legal I Notice 1 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiffl ORDINANCE NO. 461 AN ORDINANCE VACATING ALL THAT PART OF NORTH LANTRY STREET IN THE CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA, LYING BETWEEN THE SOUTH LINE OF ELM STREET AND THE NORTH LINE OF LINDEN STREET IN THE CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA. WHEREAS, a request has been received that that part of North Lantry Street in the City of Algona, Iowa lying between the South line of Elm Street and the North line of Linden Street in the City of Algona, Iowa, be vacated and WHEREAS, it is deemed to be in the best interests and general welfare of the City of Algona and the inhabitants thereof that that part of North Lantry Street described below be vacated. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA: Section 1. That that part of North Lantry Street hereinafter described be and the same is hereby vacated, to-wit; All that part of North Lantry Street in the City of Algona, Iowa lying between the South line of Elm Street and the North line of Linden Street, in the City of Algona, Iowa. Section 2. That the title and ownership of the street above described and hereby vacated be retained in the City of Algona, Iowa subject to disposition by further action of the CityCouncil as provided by law. Section 3, This ordinance, being deemed of immediate importance, shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication as provided by law. PASSED, ADOPTED and APPROVED on this 9th day of August, 1967. ,'S. Wm. J. Finn Mayor ATTEST : David A. Smith City Clerk AUTHENTICATION The foregoing Ordinance No. 461 which was passed and adopted by the City Council and approved by the Mayor on the 9th day of August, 1967 is hereby duly authenticated. /S/ Wm. J. Finn Mayor ATTEST : David A. Smith City Clerk (63) Wed 40 Years Mr. and Mrs. John Babcock of Corwith will observe their 40th wedding anniversary Saturday, August 19. In observance, an anniversary dance celebration will be held at the Duncan Community Hall, Duncan, that night, from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friends and relatives of the couple, and the family, are cordially invited to attend. At Machinery Preview Four representatives of Joe Bradley Equipment attended a preview showing and demonstration of new Oliver farm machinery recently on a large test farm near Glidden, la. Attending from the local firm were Joe Bradley, Frank Mlttlieder, Bernard Dahlhauser and Joe Bradley, Jr. A group of area farmers were the guests of the firm on the following day at a public demonstration by the Oliver Corporation called the "Growing '0* *. FARM AUCTION As I am discontinuing farming I will hold a public auction on my farm located 7 miles east and 1/2 mile north of Emmetsburg or 1 1/2 miles north, 1/2 east and 1/2 north of Cylinder on: TUESDAY, AUG. 22,1967 SALE STARTS AT 1:00 P. M. 37 ApRES MORE OR LESS LAND AUCTION 37 ACRES MORE OR LESS Legal Description: The east 1,257.3 feet of the southeast 1/4 (SE 1/4) northeast 1/4 (NE 1/4) of 19-96-31 containing approximately 36.83 acres. 20% down on day of sale. Balance due on or before March 1, 1968 when warranty deed will be furnished. September 1, 1967. The 1967 taxes payable in 1968 will be paid by the seller. Completely modern 2-story house, 4 bedrooms with double garage. Barn 42» x 16'; Cattle Shed 30* x 14'; Hog House 48' x 24'; Corn Crib and Grainery 16' x 24'; Chicken House 12' x 20*, This small farm is located on pavement road, a short distance from town, with a fine modern home and would make a wonderful place for retirement. -14-HEAD LIVESTOCK-141 Holstein cow coming with 4th calf to freshen Sept. 26. 1 Holstein cow coming with 2nd calf to freshen October 16th. 1 Holstein cow coming with 4th calf to freshen November 30th. 3 Holstein cows coming with 3rd and 4th calves to freshen in Dec. 3 Holstein Heifer Calves. 3 Holstein & Angus Cross Steer Calves. Above cattle all calfhood vaccinated, TB and Bangs tested with indiv. health papers. All bred artificially to Holstein Bulls. Above cows are of large type with good udders that will suit a particular buyer. MACHINERY 1951 FORD 8N Tractor - recently overhauled 10* Land Roller 1949 JOHN DEERE A Tractor, with roll-o-matic & power-trol 2-3 Section Drags JOHN DEERE 490 Corn Planter with fertilizer and disc openers Flat Rack on rubber ALLIS-CHALMERS 66 Combine Manure Spreader FORD 7* Mower with windrower attachment FORD 2-row Cultivator FORD 10» Disc 2 rubber tire Wagons with wood and steel flare boxes LITTLE GIANT 36' Elevator GANDY Fertilizer and oats spreader 3-bottom plow on rubber 18' Disc Iff Spring Tooth 1950 FORD 1/2 TON PICKUP MISCELLANEOUS SURGE Milking Machine with 2 seamless buckets and pipeline for 10 cows 2 Water Tanks Miscellaneous Lumber 5-Ton Hydraulic Jack - like new Electric Fencer FEED HAY, 1,200 bales of first cutting alalfa and 500 bales of second-cutting alfalfa 235 Bales of Straw Usual Auction Terms: NOT RESPONSIBLE IN CASE OF ACCIDENTS NO PROPERTY REMOVED UNTIL SETTLED FOR JOHN E. MADSEN, Owner Cylinder State Bank, Clerk TV Antenna 5 Quart Pasteurizer Kitchen Gas Stove Other Hand Tools too numerous to mention Auctioneers: Lyle Bensen and Lloyd Berkland ATTENTION FARMERS: Let's get down to facts and leave the BULL out of the bins! COMPLETE GRAIN DRYING AND HANDLING SYSTEMS. Matched units provide labor-free bin filling, drying, unloading or transfer capacity. Many types available*. PARKER GRAVITY FLOW BEDS PARKER For fast, easy and safe handling of grain, ear or shelled corn, feeds, bulk fertilizers and solid vegetables. Tested under actual farm conditions by Iowa State University, and studies made by the universities of Illinois, Ohio State and Purdue, as well as farm bin experience, has proven that the STIRWAY CUTS DRYING TIME MORE THAN HALF ! TEST RESULTS PROVE STIRWAY'S VALUE. Iowa State University supervised test was run on two seoarate farms operated by the same individual, using two 24' bins. A 7Va H. P. fan and heater were used on the bin with the STIRWAY and a 10 H. P. fan and heater on the bin without the STIRWAY. The following statistics show the results over a year's testing period: TIME Bushels Dried Drying & Cooling Time Drying & Cooling Rate . COST Fuel Cost Electricity cost for fan Total Cost (Electricity for STIRWAY and grain spreader . . . separate meter used) . COST PER BUSHEL MOISTURE Avg. % moisture removed Avg. final moisture content Cost/point of moisture removed/bu. COST REDUCTION Per point of moisture removed by using STIRWAY 7%h,p.F&H STIRWAY 10,480 182 Hrs. 57.50 bu/hr. $144.22 44.91 $189.13 $ 2.04 0.0183 cents 6.58% 13,18% 0.00278 cents 13.1% 10 h.p. F & H NO STIRWAY 4,720 369 Hrs. 12.78 bu/hr. $127.80 70.00 $197.80 IUKUP JIRWAY "«WHUP,IOWA AVAILABLE FOR ALL SIZES AND KINDS OF BINS! 0.0418 cents 13.1% 10.8% 0.00320 cents These figures are comparable to results obtained by many STIRWAY owners and private testing facilities. From these statistics and farm experiences, it is concluded: 1. Drying time — 2'/i times faster using STIRWAY. 2. Over twice as much corn dried using the STIRWAY. 3. Total electrical and fuel bill less with STIRWAY. 4. Very little moisture variation from top to bottom of bin using the STIRWAY. However, you will note the bin without the STIRWAY has a final moisture of 10.8%. For this grain to keep, it had to be dried to this average point. Following the pattern of other tested bins, the top grain moisture would have been 15%% and the bottom grain would have been dried to 6% to arrive at the average of 10.8%. No. 2 corn sold at less than 15'/ 2 % moisture takes a loss on weight. When drying corn to 10.8% moisture, 2.95 Ibs. per bushel is LOST. The farm without a STIRWAY actually lost over $322.00 by over-drying bottom grain in the bin. (4,720 bu. x 2.95 weight lost x $1.30 market price.) Using these figures, and considering only the average final moisture content ... if the other farm had not used the STIRWAY and had dried 10,480 bu., the results would be: 10,480 bu x 2.95 Ib. weight loss x $1.30 market price, equals over $717.00. This ALONE would MORE THAN pay for a STIRWAY. Kyle Keith, Phone 295*3801 Representing STOCKDALE'S of lowq Fall* Roger Keith, Phon« 924*3370

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