The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 19, 1967 · Page 15
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CA VICTOR TRANSISTOR RADIOS There's someone in every family that will appreciate a transistor radio, particularly if it is an RCA VICTOR, the most trusted name in sound .. . . the photo below shows just a few of the hundreds we have in stock . . . priced as low as $6.95 and all the way to the $129.95 . AM-FM Stereo Portables. Wide price range, yes, but we. have every ; size, every price in between. Come in our store and see. LVVIUK tfr*; * Tom's Radio & TV 5-3260 RCA VICTOR SALES A SERVICE ALGONA PUBLIC AUCTION ttuth on Highway No. 44 om FRIDA Y, DEC. 22 SALE TIM! 12:45 P.M. 12 Head of Cattle 5 Hereford Cows each with calf at side. 2 Hereford Heifers open. Above cows are calfhood vaccinated. 1952 John Deere A Tractor Good rubber. A-l condition. 1952 John Deere B Tractor Good rubber. A-1 condition. MACHINERY 2 John Deere 4-row Cultivotor*. John Deere No. 490 4-row Corn Plonter. No. 5 John Deere 7 ft. Troetor Mower. John Deere Manure Spreader. John Deere 3-14" Plow-hyd. lift. 2 John Deere 15 ft. Di»k*. John Deere Troller with wooden flore box. John Deere Trailer with *teel f lor* box. John Deere running g«or with wooden flore box. _ 305 New Idfo mounted corn picker. Juit like new. Picked leu thqn 300 ocre*. Windpower Rotory Hot. Like new. COM 6 ft. Combine with motor. Lundell »tqlk cutter. Troiler type 7 row weed tproyer with down IDOUtl. 4 Section flexible drog. 11 ft. Spring Tooth. 15 ft. Flexible Drog. John Deere 2-16 in. plow on rubber, power lift. John Peere 2-14 in. plow on rubber, power lift. John Deere Hoy Looder. 2 Winter Stubble Turner*. Victor endgote if eder. IHC endgote »eeder. IHC 7 ft. wind-rower P.T.O. IHC Side-Delivery Rake 4 bar on rubber. IHC Wind-Rower for mower. Stan-Hoitt mow bucket. FEED 200 Bolei of Straw. 400 Bol«i of Alfalfa Hoy. 300 Leghorn Hy-Llne Pulleh No .9340 Laying 85 % ' HOUSEHOLDGOODS 1 Philco Radio and Record Combination, Picnic Table. Meat Grinder. 15 gal. Stone Crock Jar. MISCELLANEOUS Karoiene Tank Heater. Air Compreuor. Hydraulic Cylinder*. 2 Brooder Houiet 12 x 16 ft. Power town Mower. 2 Go* Brooder Stove*. Hay Fork, like new. Chicken wateren ond feeder*. Steel Pott*. Battery Fencer. Heat Houier for John Deer* tractor. Step ladder. Spade*, Fork*, Shovel*. Many other Item* too numerou* to mention. U»v«l Auction Termi: Mot Reiponiible for Accident*. No Property Removed Until Settled For. EMIL BIERSTEDT, owner 8-Algeria (la.) Upp«r DM Molnft* Tuttday, D*e. 19, 1967 I FARM PAGE 60 Pork Raisers Planning Barrow Show Feb. 1 Nearly 60 area hog producers, buyers arid truckers attended a free pork dinner sponsored by the Kossuth County Swine Producers Dec. 13 at Van's Cafe In Algona. The dinner officially kickeoV off the group's 1968 membership drive In the county. President Dick Kuecker announced that the organization plans to participate In the nationwide "Nickels for Profit'* program aimed at Increasing profits for hog producers by a check- off system at hog buying stations. Participants will donate 5$ per hog sold to the National Pork Producers Association in an effort to raise the image of pork in the nation. Kuecker also announced that the annual Pork Producers banquet will be held Wednesday, Jan. 10, 1968, at 7 p. m. in the Swea City High School gym. Featured speaker will be Cralghton Knau, farm director for radio station WNAX. Tickets can be obtained from any member of the county swine organization. The dub plans to sponsor a barrow show at the Algona Sale Barn Feb. 1, 1968. Full details of the show will be announced later. List Top Cows On D.H.I.A. In November During November, 820 cows were tested on Dairy Herd Improvement Association and 530 on owner-sample, according to John Ward, supervisor. Top cows were owned by: Allan Loucks, Ledyard, 14,350 milk, 577 fat; Clements Brandenberg, Armstrong, 20,710, 684, and 16,730, 584; JohnRuger, Fenton, 14,030, 598, and 14,660, 642. Rolling herd average for the following 500 Ibs., or more: Allan Loucks, Ledyard, 22.2 cows, 13,608 Ibs. milk, 505 Ibs. fat; Leander Menke, Swea City, 27.2 cows,' 13,897 Ibs. milk, 558 Ibs. fat; Gerald Soderberg, Bancroft, 25.2 cows, 14,063 Ibs. milk, 509 Ibs. fat; Clem Brandenberg, Armstrong, 25.5 cows, 14,451 Ibs. milk and 500 Ibs. fat. ten**n i Qylnn, Auctioneer* Fir*t Tru»t 4 Saving* Bank Fenton, Clerk RAMBLINGS FROM RUTH liiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiil A glance at the calendar shows me that this is the last column I'll be writing before Christmas so I'll start out by wishing you all a very happy holiday season. A citizenship short course for older youth sponsored by the Cooperative Extension Service is to be held in Washington, D.C., Feb. 18-24. This is Intended for any young person between the ages of 18-25 who is Interested in becoming a more effective citizen. You will visit Congressmen, Senators and various branches of the government. The total cost will be about $140. If you would like more information, please contact the county Extension office. Here's something of interest to you young folks of about 10-14. Iowa's TV Action Club series on emergency preparedness has been completed. If you signed up for the series and want your completion certificate, please send me your completion report. You may have missed some of the programs and would like to make them up. If so, you will have a chance to do so in January and February, as the series is going to be shown on some Minnesota stations then, The time for these are: Channel 10, 1 p.m. Sundays, starting Jan. 7; Channel 12, 5 p.m. Mondays, starting Jan, 1; and Channel 6, 1 p.m., starting Jan. 6. If you would like to sign up and take part In the ten show series on emergency preparedness you should do so now in order to receive the materials you need. Just write or visit me at the Extension office. You don't have to be amember of a regular 4-H club In order to take part. If you are a Cadette Girl Scout this will help a lot with your challenge of emergency preparedness, In some schools, teachers have had their whole class take part in the program, so perhaps your class would like to do this. Camp time seems a long time away, but plans are underway to improve the State 4-H Club Camping Center near Boone. The Ak-Sar-Ben Foundation agreed to match dollar for dollar the contributions of clubs in the state for this purpose. If any club would like to contribute (25? per member Is the goal) they should get the money to the Extension office as soon as possible. Other groups are also helping in the expansion of facilities at the State Camp. Manager Eugene Hutchins of the Federal Land Bank Association in Algona has told us that the local association joined with 35 other associations in Iowa to contribute $5,200 fora cabin in Elm Village at the camp. »•••»••••*••••••••••( { DEVELOPMENTS \ J FftOMDEVALQIS • •••••••••••••••••••A' BY GALEN DeVALOTS Kossuth Extension Director With our emphasis on corn and beans we never hear much about alfalfa. However, with over 34,000 acres of hay in Kossuth county I believe it should receive more care and management from dairy farmers and others who do grow alfalfa. Choosing the correct variety of alfalfa seed is essential for top yields. Vernal alfalfa is still best for those who wish to leave their stands down for a long time. For a one or two-year stand the Flemish variety is adequate. It has high yield possibilities and is earlier maturing than Vernal. A third variety of alfalfa is modified Flemish which is midway between Vernal and Flemish. Once the proper seed is purchased the next step is producing good stands of the crop coupled with good fertilization and management practices. Area Cattle Feeders meeting at Spencer, Jan. 3-4. Send $10 check to the Extension office for registration, three meals and text book. Farm Corporation Workshop Tuesday, Jan. 9, at the Extension office In Algona. Meeting 9:30 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. $2 sign up for registration and one meal. NEIGHBORS Forty-five farmers and friends of Arlie Hromatko, Ocheyedan farmer, came to his farm early this month and gathered 95 acres of corn in while he was recuperating from a severe heart attack. There were 11 cornpic- kers and 5 picker-shellers in use for the one day operation. John Appelhons, Tompson farmer, was recipient of a "good- neighbor" project when 28 men came to his farm early this month and harvested 30 acres of his corn. John is recovering from a severe staph infection. PUBLIC Ai I hat. -ee.pt*) fall Hmt mpto**** with Totem.<*• «d my penoiKil pi5**rty M m* *•*•/• *•»« te <^ ley, or 8 Bilk* eotf and J mil* Mi* ft* A%o na, or THURS., DEC. 1MS M. M. 34% CefflMiM 2 row corn head, 13</i ft. automatic control btan head, hum* i**l, itraw chopper, power steering, Mead* Cab, with built in radio, hearer, cooling fan and windshield wiper. 6 ton running p,*ar, 1 y*r oM, little. 4 bottom ttolk rake. 2 M. M. 2 way hydraulic eyllndan, H:5 x 3S duolt, rimi and tiros. 11 :00 * 1 5 flotation tlrei and whteb. 1952 M. W/ portable hammer mill f, T. 0. International endgote seeder, tree! wagon. John Deere 30 ft. grain elevator on ttaal. 1965 M. M. 670 L P. fa Tractor Wide front, 3 point hitch with depth control, 940 actual hours. Cozy cab with built in radio and ooling fan. ^L 1947 John Deere Model A Big aluminum pistons, and hydraulic system. 1960 Dodge Hen pickup & Tradesman box with tool compartments, 3 speed, 318 cu. In. V-8 motor. M. M. POWER MACHINERY 1967 M. M. S600,5-14 in. semi mounted plow. This has plowed less than 100 acres. 1965 M. M. C440 4 row rear mount cult. 1965 M. M. 15 ft. tandem disc With dual wheels. OTHER POWER MACHINERY 1962 John Deere 494 corn planter, large corn boxes, off set fertilizer, insecticide, and gandy roll wheels. 1967 New Idea 506 manure loader with snow bucket and 2 way cylinders. 1967 4 row Noble redr mount rotary hoe, 1967 John Deere No. 12mln. tillage hitch. Lindsey 25 ft. 5 section lever flexible drag, Quick coupler hitch for semi mounted equipment, will fit John Deere or M. M, tractor. Heathouser for L. P. 670 tractor MISCELLANEOUS 1966 Jacobson 8 horse garden tractor, with dirt and snow blade, mower and chains. 1966 Fl 55 Knipco heater with thermostat. 18 In. McCulough chain saw, 3 yean old in excellent condition. Table saw, 1 year old, hardly used. Drill press, 1 year old, fits all Vt In. electric drills. Portable air compressor with painting equipment. F 75 Knipco heater with thermostat. 2 Nursettes, automatic calf feeders, two yean old. 3 calf nursing bottles with panel holders. Electric impact wrench with impact sockets. , 1 ton chain hoist. 1 late style Surge bucket. 1 old seam bucket. Milker pump and pipeline. 3-90 gallon steel water tanks. 2 electric tank heaters, floating type. Cob and wood tank heater, 1 year old. 2 International weed choppers, electric fencers. 2 H. P. Briggs and Straton gas engine. 8 ft. x 6 ft. tarp, 2 tank floats, elastrator. . 100 ft. 1/4 in. cable with hooks. Log chain. 2 Veterinary syringes, 100 ft. drop cord. 2 barrel hand pumps. Pick up chains. . Electric fence wire, posts and insulator*, battery charger, 6 or 12 votf'systems. 3 fire extinguishers. 200 Bales Straw HIY Bunk lyr.oM | Very few tools or small items to be Mid to be here at 12:30 sharp. .. AUCTIONEERS NOTE: If you ore looking for good late model machinery, be at this sale as we doubt if there will be another sale like this for along time. Much of this machinery is just like new. Leek fc Qulnn.. ' .. __^__ TERMS: Cash, or make arrangements with clerk before sale. No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for.accidents should any occur. Roger Arndorfer, Owner Auctioneers: Dutch Uek & Charley Qulnn Clerk: Exchange State Bank of Wesley ... your Spring Fertilizer needs until you have seen the boys at CARGILL! -YOU'LL BE GLAD YOU DID- Cargill Incorporated Algona, Iowa Phone 295-2741

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