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14-Algona, (la.) Upper De$ Moirtes Tuesday, Nov. 28, 1967 Farewell For M. T. McGuires At St. Joe ST. JOE - Mr. and Mrs. M. T. McGuire were given a farewell party in their home on Sunday evening when friends and neighbors gathered for a social evening. Cards were played with Mrs. Sylvester Wagner and Rosalie nig, Bernard Thilges and John Zeller receiving prizes. Lunch brought by the guests was served and Mr. and Mrs. McGuire were presented a pole lamp as a remembrance gift from their neighbors. Among those sharing in the farewell courtesy were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Origer, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Zeller, Mrs. Adeline Wagner, Don and Virg, John Zeller, John Origer, Mary Jane Origer, Mrs. Rosalia nig, Rosa- Lee, Ed and George, Mr s.Maggie Thilges, Alfred, Bernard and Jake, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thil- (;es, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Reding, Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner and John, Mr. and Mrs. Len McGuire, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ulg, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Thilges, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Thilges, Mr. and Mrs. John Hilbert, Mr. and Mrs. Greg Origer, Mr. and Mrs. David McGuire, Pat McGuire and Richard McGuire. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. McGuire are moving to Algona to 809 E. Call with son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. David McGuire and family moving onto the McGuire home place. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Leonard McGuire and Sandy, Adams, Minn, were Sunday dinner and supper guests here in the home of cousins, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Weydert. Mrs. E. J. Gales entertained her 500 Club Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Damian Centgraf and Mrs. Andrew Kramer as guests. Receiving prizes were Mrs. Peter Bormann, Mrs. Ralph Reding and Mrs. Joe Sinnwell. The club will meet at the Imperial Cafe in Bode on Saturday evening, Dec. 16 for their Christmas party with husbands and guests attending. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Weydert attended a 25th wedding anniversary observance for Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wirtz, Mallard, in their home on Sunday evening, Nov. 19 with other relatives and friends attending the observance. Mrs. Susie Kramer visited with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kneirem inDes Moines last week. Mrs. Annie Eischen, St. Benedict, is spending several days this week here with her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Becker. Mrs. Win. B. Devine entered St. Ann Hospital in Algona last Tuesday as a medical patient. Mrs. Tony Becker came home on Friday from St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge. Thanksgiving Day Mass in St. Joseph's Church here will be held at 8 a.m. Debbie, Murl and Lori Dodds, children of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Dodds of Algona, have been here in the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas and great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Kohlhaas. Guests At Game Guests attending a barbecue served in the Iowa State Lab Saturday were Mr. and Mrs, Duane Arend and Tom. The Cyclone Club of Kossuth county bought Tom's '67 4-H club calf. Their program is to help pro- mote more beef and pork in the line club of Iowa Products and the importance of meat in the training of athletes. Tom and his parents also were supplied with tickets for the Iowa State- Oklahoma State game. Tom will be president for '68 of Whittemore boys 4-H. Theft Reported A. J. Ricklefs, Algona busi- ness man, reported theft of a hunting jacket and other personal items from his parked car sometime late Monday afternoon in_downtown_ Algona. IF IT'S NEWS, WE WANT ITI FORENOON AUCTION In order to settle the estate of the late Howard E. Sparks, we will hold a public auction on our farm, located, from Burt, 5 miles East on blacktop, 1 mile South and Vz- mile East, or 4 miles South of Titonka on blacktop and 2Vi miles West, on SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2 BEGINNING AT 9:30 A.M. POWER MACHINERY IHC 4-row Planter with Fertilizer Attachment IHC 12-ft. Field Cultivator on rubber New Idea 14A Manure Spreader New Idea Side Delivery Rake Lindsey 4section Lever Flexible Drag 1962 IHC Mdoel 504 Gas Tractor, 1700 Actual Hours, 3-Point Hitch, 3-Point Hydraulic Boom, Real Sharp. Heathouser for 504 Farmall H Tractor. IHC 468 Cultivator. IHC 531, 3-14 In. Plow, Trip Bottoms, 3Point Hitch. New Idea Horn Manure Loader and Snow Bucket. IHC 4-row Rotary Hoe IHC No. 31 Tractor Mower New Idea 6-A 2-row Picker Gleaner 6 ft. Combine Farmers Friends 38 ft. Elevator OTHER MACHINERY 2- 15ft. Discs Twin-Draulic trailer-type Sprayer Good Clipper Fanning Mill Cultivator Hillers Koyher Corn Shield Rear Drag for Field Cultivator IHC Endgate Seeder 2 — IHC 2-way Hydraulic Cylinders 3-bottom Stalk Rake Bantom Stalk Chopper & New Idea Picker for parts WAGONS, ETC. John Deere 963 Heavy Duty Wagon, David Bradley Auger Wagon in good shape new 8-ply tires, telescoping hitch, Twin-Draulic Running Gear Midwest Hoist, new Walsh Flare Triple Box and Wagon Box, 2" floor, full-width Endgate, 2 - Trailers with boxes a" ''ke new. 1 _ Flat Rack I T R U C K 1953 FORD PICKUP, GOOD TIRES, RUN GOOD. MISCELLANEOUS 3 HP Electric Motor; TOO ft. Heavy Electric Cable; 300-gallon Gas Barrel and Steel Stand; 16 ft. 4 in. Auger with Hopper and Motor, good; 100 used 4 in. Posts; Wisconsin VE 4 Gas Engine; Hand Boom for Sprayer; Automatic Tractor Radio, 6 or 12 volt; Electric Hand Saw; IHC Weed Chopper Fencer; Drill Press for Elecrtic Drill; 11 in. Tractor Tire Chains; Bale Fork; 2 - Used Lawn Mowers; Water Wagon; 12 rolls good used 38 in Woven Wire; Electric Fence Posts and Wire; 10 gallons Ester 400 Weed Killer; Old Grain Binder and lots of old Iron. BUILDINGS, ETC. Good 6x8 ft. Feed House 10 x 12 ft. Brooder House 4-16 ft. Sheep Feed Bunks; Cattle Bunk Aluminum Range Shelter Hog Feeder Automatic Sheep Waterer Steel Rollaway Nests Gas Brooder Stove Automatic Chicken Waterer Chicken Feeders 57 -SHEEP -57 55 MIXED EWES TURNED WITH 2 COLUMBIAN BUCKS OCT. 18. 2 COLUMBIAN BUCKS. TERMS - Cash; Not Responsible For Accidents Should Any Occur; Remember, this is a morning sale HOWARD E. SPARKS ESTATE MRS, JUNE SPARKS, EXECT, Chorley Quinn & Dutch leek, Auctioneers Burt Savings Bank, Clerk

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