The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 9, 1968 · Page 5
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Sign-Up For Adult Classes inq Held Registrations are being accepted for the entire schedule of adult classes being offered by the Algona Community School. Enrollment may be made in any class by calling 295-3518, office of the high school principal, by writing to Frank Brusie, Adult Education, Algona Community High School, or by making a personal visit to the office of the high school principal. Interest has been shown in a majority of the classes, but more registrations are needed in order to conduct each class. It is desired to have all registrations completed by Monday, Jan. 8, at 5 p. m. By determining the number of registrations in each class is the only method available to determine whether or not to conduct a class. Also, early registration would make it possible to develop a much better organized program. Most of the classes are scheduled to begin about Jan. 15, with few exceptions. Classes being offered are beginning knitting, advanced knitting, beginning sewing, advanced sewing and alterations, cake decorating, crocheting, upholstery, speed reading and reading efliciency, beginning typing, advanced typing, investments and marketable securities, fundamentals of bookkeeping, sketching and oil painting, creative crafts, ceramics, general metal shop, woodworking and furniture refinishing, gunsmithing and shell reloading, beginning bridge and intermediate bridge. Also, exercise and recreation for women, men's recreation, layman's law, decorating your home, modern math for parents and other adults, machine mathe- matics, public speaking, the world today, beginning conversational Spanish, mass media communication, survey of world religions, Red Cross first aid, principles of electricity, personal and family survival, medical self-help training and driver education. Tuition charges for most classes will be 50? per session, payable in total at the first class meeting. Tuition charge for driver education will be $30 per individual, however. There will be no charge for layman's law, Red Cross first aid, personal and family survival, or medical self-help training. A minimum enrollment of 10 will be necessary for most classes. Auction dates that'have been listed with the Upper DesMoiues for the near future follow: TUESDAY, Jan. 9,12:30p.m.- Farm auction sale of Terry & Jack Tieman, at farm located 7 miles east of Burt on blacktop then 2nd place south on west side of road. Offering machinery, buildings, livestock and miscellaneous as given in detail in Jan. 4 issue of this newspaper. Charley Quinn and Lyle Benson, auctioneers; Lone Rock Bank, clerk. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 10, 3.1 a.m. — Henry Wertheimer, Jr. farm auction at farm located on Hy. 16, 15 miles east of Fairmont, Minn. Sale includes a large listing of tractors, trucks, general machinery, feeding equipment, combine, and many other items as listed in detail in this issue. Auctioneers are Herman Wedel, Fairmont, and Allen Kahler, Sherburn, Minn. Farmers State Bank, Sherburn, clerk. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 10, 12:30 p.m. - Moore & Holm farm auction, from Burt 3 miles north on 169, then 3 miles east and first place north, or from Titonka 6 miles west and first place north. Tractors, power machinery, wagons, buildings, household goods, etc. Complete details in this issue. Auctioneers, Quinn & Leek; Clerk, Burt Savings Bank. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 10, 12:30 p.m. —Don Kollasch farm auction, offering complete line farm machinery, hay and straw, miscellaneous farm necessities. Farm located 2 miles west and 3 north, then 1/2 west of Buffalo Center, or across the road from town of Stevens. DeVries Bros., auctioneers; Farmers Trust & Savings Bank, Buffalo Center, clerk. Sale details in this issue. FRIDAY, JAN. 12 - 1 p. m., Farm Auction sale of Forest Cutshall, at farm located 2 1/4 miles east of Corwith on blacktop, or 7 miles south and 5 3/4 miles west of Britt. Selling tractors, machinery, livestock and misc. items. Complete details in this issue of UDM. Johnson and Murra, Auctioneers; First National Bank of Klemme, Clerk. FRIDAY, JAN. 12, 1 p.m. Ed Donovan farm auction at farm 3 miles east of REC bldg. in So. Emmetsburg, or 1/2 north and 3 west of Cylinder. Machinery, hogs, cattle, etc. Sale details coming up. Auctioneers: Lloyd Berkland and Tommy Mehan. Clerk: Cylinder State Bank. WEDNESDAY JAN. 17, 9:30 a. m.-Willis PingelEstate Farm Auction. Tractors, other machinery, miscellaneous, household goods, etc. at farm located from Ledyard, 1 mile east, 2 north and one east; or four south and two west of Elmore, Minn. Quinn & Clark, Auctioneers; First National Bank, Elmore, Clerk. Sale details Jan. 11 issue of UDM. CENTENARIAN Mrs. Tom (Clara) Sturdy of Greenfield was honored at an open house Dec. 10, in honor of her 100th birthday. One hundred ten guests came to extend greetings. Tuesday, Jan. 9, 1968 Algona (la.) Upper De* Moines-5 BOOK YOUR Northrup King BEAN SEEDS NOW!! Now is the time to BOOK your Bean seeds for Spring planting. We are now featuring NORTHRUP KINGS new ... MULTIYAR More dependable More disease resistant Better standability Bigger yields THESE NORTHRUP KING SEEDS ALSO AVAILABLE • CHIPPEWA 64 • AMSOY • HARK REGISTERED • LINDARIN 63 • HARDSOY 63 • HAWKEYE 63 Also available — new Oat blends from NORTHRUP KING, that stand better, are more resistant to disease, give bigger yields and are more dependable. ALGONA GRAIN and FEED CO. • i MR. FARMER You're Invited To A FREE NOON LUNCHEON and program to follow: "PLANNING CROP PROFITS FOR 1968" THURSDAY. JANUARY 25 GARRIGAN AUDITORIUM ALGONA LUNCHEON SERVING TO START AT 11:30 A.M. Sponsored by Area Cooperative Elevators Held Party The Four Corners Mother and Daughter Club met Dec. 14 at the Good Hope church for a 12:30 luncheon. Hostesses were Bernice Shaw, .Shirley Ostwald, Deanne Gerber, and Irene Holdren. The program consisted of a reading, "What is Christmas," by Betty Fisher; an article, "The Morning after Christmas," by Marilyn Bjustrom; a game of "I Guess" x was played,, with Eula Rich as master of ceremonies. The afternoon festivities closed with the exchange of gifts. The next meeting will be Jan. 11 at J the Veterans Memorial building, with Minnie Walker and Irene Bjustrom hostesses. Roll call will be "A magazine I enjoy and why." Irene Holdren and Beverly Kuecker will present the program. Maude Robinson has club cheer. An evening pot-luck and farewell party for Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walker will be held Jan. 16 at the Lutheran school in Whittemore at 6:30 p.m. Gladys Eisenbarth and Eula Rich, hostesses, and Ruth Arend and Evelyn McNeill, program committee. 916 E. Statt ALGONA 295-3674 PUBLIC AUCTION As we have decided to quit farming we will hold a public auction on the farm located from Bancroft 3 miles south on Hwy. 169 and 3 miles east first place north, or from Burt 3 miles north on 169 then 3-miles east and first place north, or from Titonka 6 miles west and first place north on: 12:30 WED., JAN. 10th 12:30 3 TRACTORS 1957 Farmall Model 400 Gas Tractor, power steering, live power and runs good 1953 John Deere Model 60 Live power, live pump, roll-o-matic and good tires A His Chalmers Model W.C. Tractor, new clutch last year, runs good POWER MACHINERY 1963 New Idea No. 311 picker, real sharp, has picked less than 400 acres John Deere 494 corn planter, large corn boxes and large fertilizer boxes, off set fertilizer, disc openers, in extra good condition New Idea 5 bar latest style roto type rake on rubber with rubber mounted teeth New Idea trailer type 1 ft power mower J.D. U ft field cultivator on rubber with hydraulic lift. Like new Case A6 Combine, pickup, straw spreader and good Wisconsin motor 21 ft. M.M. straight dsic with greaseless bearings Continental stalk cutter 15 ft John Deere disc 2 — I.H.C. No. 8, 3-14, in. plows with slat bottoms 10 ft binder windrower John Deere No. 400 cultivator with rubber gauge wheels J.D. Model H 4 wheel manure spreader HOUSEHOLD GOODS Stan Hoist manure loader with snow bucket and mounts for J.D. 60 or J.D.A. tractor New Idea 38 ft wide type grain elevator. Real good Speed jack and overhead wagon hoist Kovar 4 section lever flexible drag with steel folding draw bar Drag to pull behind field cultivator Power wood saw mounts, J.D. 60 or A tractor New Koyker corn saver 2-2 way hydraulic cylinders Endgate seeder WAGONS M.W. low load farm trailer with steel Horn flare box M.W. heavy duty wide track farm trailer with steel Horn flare box 4 wheel farm trailer with steel Horn flare box 2 — 4 wheel wagons with flat beds BUILDINGS 2 — 12 x 14 ft. good brooder houses 3 - 12 x 16 ft. 4 pen hog bouses 2 — Morton 12 ft. walk in hog feeders 2 - 16 ft. feed bunks 20 x 20 ft garage 10 x 16 ft. tool shop, double floor, and insulated MISCELLANEOUS TERMS: Cash, or make arrangements with clerk before sale. No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents should any occur. HOOK 6 HOLM, OWNEIS AUCTIONEERS: Charley Quinn and Dutch Leek CLERK: Burt Savinaa Bank

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