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t$-AI§ana (la.) Upper Det Moinftt thuwday, Jen. IS, 1968 Two Garrigan Girls In NCIBA Band Concert ttmtm^^ AROUND ALGONA M^ BY RUTH SfflERK KAREN FUCHSEN MARGIE FROEHUCH GHS students Margie Froehlich and Karen Fuchsen, chosen members of the North Central Iowa Band Members Association Honor Band, played in the annual NCIBA concert Jan. 13. It was held at Mason City High School and two bands participated. Margie, first cornet player, and Karen, first clarinet player, were chosen through the recommendation of their band director Norbert Rezac. Auditions for chair placements began at 9a.m. and rehearsals were held throughout the day. At 7:30 p.m., Bob Lese, directing the first band of which Margie was a member, began the evening performance with five numbers. Ken Carpenter then took over the second band, which included Karen, and brought the evening to a close with five pieces. Special guest for the program was Karl King, famed Iowa composer. Nettie Brovald, 92, Livermore, Services Today Mrs. Nettie Brovold, 92, Livermore, died early Tuesday morning at the Sisson Nursing Home in Humboldt where she had been a patient since April, 1967. Funeral services will be held Thursday at 2 p. m. at the Immanuel Lutheran church at Livermore with Rev. William Stock officiating. Burial will be in St. Olaf s Lutheran cemetery at Bode. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Larry Wilson, Livermore; two grandchildren; six great- grandchildren; three sisters, all of Minneapolis, Minn., Mrs. Ragna Morud, Mrs. Signe Kolsrud, and Mrs. H. L. Nelson. Several brothers and sisters also survive in Norway. Mrs, Brovold was born in Norway, the former Nettie Forseth, and came to Bode in 1895. In 1897 she married Ole Brovold at Livermore. The couple lived in Bode and later in Livermore. Mr. Brovold died in 1949 and Mrs. Brovold continued to live in Livermore until 1969 when she spent four years at the Sisson Nursing Home. She made her home with her daughter, Mrs. Wilson, until returning to the nursing home in April of last year. Mrs. Brovold was a member of bnmanuel Lutheran church. MARRIAGE Mr. and Mrs. August Gier- Hiann of Kiron recently celebrated their 72nd wedding anniversary. Mr. Giermann is 95 and Mrs. Giermann is 93. They lUU maintain their home and injoy tbt daily visits of relatives GAYLE PHILLIPS and Rod Ricklefs returned Tuesday to Grinnell to resume their studies after spending the holidays and semester break with their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grady Phillips and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ricklefs. Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. Ricklefs drove the young people to Grinnell Tuesday, returning the same evening. MRS. DON HEMMINGSEN was hostess to her bridge club Thursday, with Mrs. Ted Herbst holding high score. There were two tables in play. MRS. R.M.PHILLIPS returned recently after a three-week trip to California. In Santa Barbara she visited her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. David Phillips, as well as their two-month old son, Danny. He is Mrs. Phillips' first grandchild and this is the first time she has seen him. She also visited a cousin, Marjorie Donaldson, librarian in Los Angeles. Mrs. Phillips is the librarian at the Algona Public Library. MR. AND MRS. William C. Dau left Jan. 11 for Islamorada near the Florida Keys. They expect to be gone about three months. MR. AND MRS. Fred Kent, Sr. left earlier this month for Florida where they are vacationing at Pompano Beach. They expect to be gone until about the end of March. MRS. NAT BANGS, JR. is hostess this afternoon in her home to the St. Thomas Guild. Co- hostess is Mrs. Ronald Gardner. Rev. Milo Dailey, rector of St. Thomas, will present the program on the wedding and funeral customs of the Episcopal church. MR. AND MRS. G. W. Stillman leave today by plane for Sarasota, Fla., where they will spend two weeks with their daughter, Ann, and family, Dr. and Mrs. John Morrill and children. Dr. Morrill is a professor at the University there. MR. AND MRS. Dean Jergerison spent from Wednesday until Friday last week in Des Moines where they attended the state convention of the Dairy Queen Association. DAVID GERARD ELMORE, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Elmore, was baptalzed Dec. 20 in St. Cecelia's Catholic church. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Wagner. David was born Dec. 14 at St. Ann hospital and weighed 9 Ibs., 5 1/2 oz. He joined two sisters, Kathleen, 3, and Susan, 1 1/2. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J.'M. Elmore and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Studer, all of Algona. JUDY PARROTT, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Parrott, and a student at Northern Iowa University at Cedar Falls, will arrive Jan. 22 to spent the week with her parents during her semester break. Mr. and Mrs. Parrott will go to Des Moines for overnight Sunday and go to Cedar Falls Monday to get Judy and bring her home. MR. AND MRS. John Fraser took their daughter, Jean, back to Iowa City after the holiday vacation. They were accompanied by Carol Sloniker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Miles Sloniker, and Barbara Percival, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Percival. All three girls are students at the University of Iowa. MRS. WADE SULLIVAN was hostess to her bridge club Friday, with two tables in play. MRS. LLOYD ROBINSON was hostess Tuesday to members of the Delphian Society for a 1:15 dessert luncheon. The program was presented by Mrs. Theo Hutchison, who talked on her recent trip to Africa. SALLY STEELE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William F. Steele and a student at the University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, will spend next weekend with her parents. House guest will be Fred McWhorter, also a student at Northern Iowa. MRS. KIRK HAYES will be hostess to the Bel Canto music club Wednesday. Co-hostesses will be Mrs. W, B. (Bing) MacDonald and Mrs. R. M. Thoreson, The program will consist ol organ and piano duets, performed by Mrs. Hayes and Mrs. George Sefrit. DALE ANTHONY MOORE, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Moore, was baptized by Rev. Walter Morz in the Presbyterian church Sunday. The baby was born Nov. 6 at St. Ann hospital and joined a brother, Rex Allen, 13 months old. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. August Schmidt and maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Manley Johnson, Rolfe. Dinner guests following church services were Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hildebrand. BRUCE SUNDET, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sundet, left Jan. 6 for Los Angeles where he visited for a couple of days with an aunt. Jan. 8, he left by plane for Hawaii for his interim studies in biology, during which he is studying sea and plant life. He is also making side trips with other students there. He telephoned his parents Sunday evening and said that the temperature there was 93 degrees. His parents expect to meet his plane at Minneapolis Jan. 27 and he will return to his classes at Luther College at Decorah. His sister, Sharon, also engaged in Interim studies, remained at Luther College wher-3 she is studying in a special course of personal finances. Her parents hope that she will be able to come home Jan. 26 for a short visit. HOSPITAL NEWS JAN. 1 - Admitted: Chester Albright, Kenneth Thilges, Algona, surgery; Theresa Ost- winkle, Algona, medical; dismissed: Sister Mary Ambrose, Bancroft: JAN. 2 - Births: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Reding, St. Joe, boy, 8 Ibs., 6 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rich, Algona, girl, 7 Ibs., 12 1/2 oz.; admitted: Janice Schmitt, LuVerne, T & A; Mrs. Ruth Luedtke, Fenton, medical; Jeffrey Elbert, Whittemore, surgery; Mrs. Eldora Schmeling, Whittemore, medical; dismissed : Mrs. William Doocy and baby, Bancroft; Mrs. Duane Habeger, urt. JAN. 3 - Admitted: Kevin Ruhnke, Algona, surgery; Bert Olson, Algona, medical; Ray Barber, West Bend, medical; dismissed: Maurenius Hansen, Irvington; Janice Schmitt, Lu- Verne. JAN. 4 - Admitted: Lizzie Giddings, Burt, medical; Ernest Widen, Corwith, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Anna Nelson, Kevin Ruhnke, Algona; Jeffrey Elbert, Whittemore. JAN. 5 - Admitted; Richard Ringsdorf, Rosella Boekle, Algona, surgery; Randa Hansen, Fenton, medical; Bertha Batt, medical; Katherine Wagner, Ottosen, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Mary Benschoter, Algona, JAN. 6 - Admitted: Daryl Ristau, LuVerne, accident; dismissed : Ray Barber, West Bend; Mrs. Ruth Luedtke, Fenton. JAN. 7 - Admitted: Kathryn Capesius, Algona, medical; dismissed : Chester Albright, Mrs. Thomas Rich and baby, Algona; Mrs. Donald Reding and baby, Bode. JAN. 8 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Haack, Algona, girl, 6 Ibs., 12oz.; admitted: Johanna Elbert, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Allen Boelke, Mrs. Paul Ostwinkle, Kenneth Hansen, Algona; Randa Hansen, Fenton. JAN. 9 - Admitted: Cynthia Kramer, Algona, T & A; James Allen, Algona, medical; Joseph Loos, Buffalo Center, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Lizzie Giddings, Burt. JAN. 10-Admitted: Kenneth Schlitz, Bancroft, medical; Mrs. Maggie Thilges, Bode, medical; dismissed: Cynthia Kramer, Algona. JAN. 11 - Admitted: Mrs. Ruth Luedtke, Fenton, medical. JAN. 12 - Admitted: Mrs. Louise Young, Cathy Dorweiler, Algona, medical; dismissed: Richard Ringsdorf, James Allen, Algona; Everett Maahs, Whittemore. JAN. Mrs. T. girl, 7 County Chorus Names Officers For The Year 13 - Birth: Dr. and J. Leasing, Whittemore, Ibs., 9 oz.; admitted: Ed Detrick, Harry Godden, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Dennis Haack and baby, Algona. JAN. H-Births Mr. and Mrs. Francis Erpelding, Algona, boy, 7 Ibs., 6 1/2 oz,; admitted: Mrs. Elizabeth Williams, Bancroft, medical; Theresa Montag, West Bend, T & A; dismissed: Andrew Hansen, Kathy Dorweiler, Algona. JAN. 15-Admitted: Timothy Wehkor, West Bend, medical, FREEMAN GROAT A dinner meeting for members and wives was the setting for installation of the 1968 officers of the Kossuth County Barbershop chorus Saturday evening, Jan. 13. Area vice president, Bruce Watnem, and Counselor Greeman Groat were installing officers, both being members of the Ft. Dodge chapter of the Society for Preservation and Encouragement of Barbershop Quartet Singing in America, an international organization, of which the Kossuth chapter, headquartering in Algona, is a member. The new officers include Ron Schultz, Humboldt, president; Jim Cowan, Algona, first vice president; Bill Faulstich, Whittemore, second vice president; Art Olson, Algona, secretary; Bill Holldorf, Algona, treasurer; and the following directors—Bill Cassel, Algona; Russ Cole, Algona; Clarence Isebrand, Titonka; and Herb Raney, Bode. Ed Ruhnke of Algona, immediate past president, also serves on the board. Freeman Groat of Ft. Dodge is the new director of the Algona chorus and demonstrated his ample talents for this work at the first '68 practice Jan. 8. He was Barbershopper of the Year in the Ft. Dodge chorus for 1966 and is assistant director of that chorus for which he does some of the musical arranging. The annual big show of the chorus, the 1968 Parade, is scheduled for April 6 andCorwin Peer is general chairman for that event to be held in the Algona High School auditorium. The Algona chorus has members coming from many surrounding areas and towns to the practices each Monday night at 8 p. m. at the Algona Hotel and extends an invitation to any men who like to sing to come and visit or Join the organization. The chorus, or quartets out of the chorus, provide programs during the year for various organizations or community functions and has as its objective to "Keep America Singing" - which is also the signature song of the international organization. County Board Okays Work On Lengthy Ditch Kossuth board of supervisors Thursday approved the contract and work on more than 20 miles of open drainage ditch. Final cost of. the ditch was $26,459. This was 20 percent above the estimated cost of $22,000 because more dirt was excavated. Marvin Kruse, engineer for the project, said that the Fagre Construction Co. of Estherville bid $19,806 on the project in April, 1966. However, he said the bid did not include the cost of tile outlet repairs and the cost-plus factor in construction. Total cost of the project will be assessed to property owners benefiting from construction of the ditch. Although the ditch is a joint drainage project involving Palo Alto County, all the work was done in Kossuth County. The ditch runs from Fenton to the Humboldt County line. New Assistant William F. Steele, executive secretary of the Algona Chamber of Commerce, will have a new office assistant, Jean Kunkel, who will start her duties in ten days. ' Sandra Haag, who has been assisting in the office for about 1 1/2 years, is leaving at the end of the week and will soon be married. Substitute next week will be Mrs. Roger Frink of Fenton, who was formerly assistant to Mr. Steele. St. Joe CDA Is Planning Guest Night ST. JOE - C.D. A. met Wednesday evening with Mrs. Marvin Reding, grand regent, presiding. The court's Guest Night for husbands and guests will be held Jan. 24 instead of Jan. 21. Committee in charge are Mrs. Peter Becker, Mrs. Daryl Baker, Mrs. Harold Illg, Mrs. Paul Thilges, Mrs. Edward Thilges, Mrs. Eugene Thul, Mrs. John Altman, Sr., and Mrs. Connie Kohlhaas. Apot-luckdin- ner will be served at 6:30. Mrs. Ted Hilbert will be courtesy chairman for the next three months. Mrs. Marvin Reding and Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas are delegate and alternate to the 28th biennial State Convention to be held in Cedar Rapids May 17-19. The annual Shrine tour is scheduled to leave Dubuque Aug. 3. Mrs. E. M. Gales, lecturer, gave a reading on "Save Soul." Following the meeting, lunch was served, followed by a social hour. 500 was played with Mrs. Art Kohlhaas and Mrs. Ted Hilbert receiving prizes. Mrs. Don Illg received plate prize. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brofer, Ft. Dodge, were Monday callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner. Mrs. John Thul entertained her 500 club Thursday with Mrs. Don nig, Mrs. Richard Thul and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner guests. Receiving prizes were Mrs. Sylvester Wagner, Mrs. Don nig and Mrs. Ralph Reding. Mrs. Tony Becker entertains the club at their next gathering. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. B. Devine are spending the winter in California and visiting relatives in the Los Angeles area. Mr. and Mrs. Alphons Berte are on a trip and vacation through the southern states. Mrs. Maggie Thilges entered St. Ann Hospital, Algona, Wednesday afternoon as a medical patient. Steve, 5, and Mike, 4, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Girres, returned home Wednesday from Mercy Hospital, Fort Dodge, where they underwent tonsillectomies. Bob, Dick and Kenneth Erpel- ding and Duane Hilbert are attending and have entered the livestock show at Denver, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Gales have moved into their new home in St. Joe from the country the iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiffifiii HiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiimiHiiiiimiiiiwini IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 9270 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTORS, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Nina F. Kracht, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Nina F. Kracht, Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 15th day of January, 1968, the last will and testament of Nina F. Kracht, deceased, bearing date of the 29th day of September, 1967, and Codicil attached thereto dated December 24, 1967, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Ruth Schmidt and Leo Schmidt were appointed executors of said estate. Notice is further given that any action to set aside said will must be brought in the district court of said county within one year from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given 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 15th day of January, 1968. Ruth Schmidt Executor of said Estate Lone Rock, Iowa 50559 Leo Schmidt Executor of said Estate Lone Rock, Iowa 50559 Linnan, Lynch & Straub Attorneys for said Executors 111 North Hall Street Algona, Iowa 50511 Date of second publication: 23rd day of January, 1968& (5-6S1 FANTASTIC NEW HOME BARGAIN 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH DOUBLE GARAGE NfcW TWO YEARS AGO. Built with the finest matenal and finished extremely well. You cannot replace this home for the LOW LOW SALE PRICE. .SAVE THOUSANDS OF $$W Let us show you this fine new home. The owner says > sell this month. Herbs! Real Estate JOEL M HERBST (O*er Penneyi) TED S HERBST 295 3733 BIG BEAR SPECIALS (25 to 100 watts) LIGHT BULBS... 6 for 6k HEET can 19c DOG FOOD . . 25 Ibs. J2.27 (5 LBS 58c) STP can 71c (12 gauge, 4, 5 and 6 shot) ^ TO CHECK OUR CLOSE-OUT TABLE! Hi way 18 West Algona, Iowa past week. Robert Joseph Reding, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Reding, born Jan. 3, was baptized in St. Joseph's church Sunday by Rev. L. C. Schumacher. Sponsors were- Marge Brcka and Marvin Reding. Jeff Kohlhaas, 4, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kohlhaas, was a medical patient in Mercy Hospital several day LARGfc LARGE MACHINERY AUCTION A§ we nre In (he process of forming a corporation w« are using this means of disposing of the used machinery at public nuctlon. Located East on Hijrlnvay IB EMMETSBUUG. IOWA FRIDAY, JANUARY 19 63 Salr Starts at 10:30 A.M. Sharp TRACTORS — 63 l»M F«rm«li model U06, fast hitch, wld« front, T.A., cab; 1«7F»rmall m .., c UOS, fast hitch, wld .. «7F»rmall model U ..hitch, wide front, T.A.; "M ftfpj" ra 0 "?' ?°* <"««'• Wit Wtch, wide front, T.A.; F»rm»ii wodei e66 oaj, fast hitch, T. A., fenderi; *"">> 'I, model 60s «as, fail hitch, T.A., fenders, wide front; J-f.«rma.ii model 784 oas, fast nltcn, T.A., fenders wide front; Fat-mall model 70< las, standard arsr/ Difr T.A.I New idea model 300 I row BUM; Mclinc model 1700 sheller, PTO; J-IHC No. IS sheliers; '61 Farmalf modsl MO standard Jraw bar, T.A.; leh TA° d " ' M i'frh lr T A' qls ' S6 ° " 5t '* st fast aas, fast J-jjFifmtli"niodel 4<0 gas, stand- •IHC model 4/0 gas. standard, Dower steerlnq; IHC model 4SO L.P., fatt hitch, .fcta hSR? "•«•'"•• S "" mod CORN HEADS IHC model 227; . . IHf ri'cdol 438, 38 IncJi; IKC model 430; IHC nndtl 430, 30 Inch; IHC model 3}; 2—IHC model 4J9, 3» inch; J—IHC model 41, 4 row; 3—IHC model i2; 4-'HC model 22*; «-IHC model 228; Case ? row No. 34; EQUIPMENT Farmhand Osco 4 row itllk cut' le ; Lindscv 4 row stalk shredder) Farmh»rd FSl mixer grinder; Sear Cat mixer srlndor; Kohe- i row sprayer with pumB IHC No. S seeder; IHC No 47 PTO baltr; Hfwkh.it joo bushel spreader) KM! Bros, jravliv flow boxes, No. 300, »8 bushel) COMBINES Case model <5, PTO; Case mrdel A-». PTO) Farmal) model 350 diescl, stand- IH^mo'dci 350 gas, fast hitch, John "oeere 4020 dlesel, new W F"I ?' lflfh tr "'"' lr ' ntl 303 aas, Stan' header control; IHC model 141, 11 ft.; IHC mrdel 151, 14 ft., cab, pewer s'acrinq. head»r control) IHC model 91, 10 ft. hume. head- c- r-ntrolr IHC' model 91, 10 ft.) IHC model 201. standard real; ...—I .u«u'r, i 2—IHC model 203, 13 ft., stand- 7-IHC model 300 gas, fast hitch ,.;~ a '^i „., u ..... _T.A.; IHC model J03, cab, 10 ft. hum* r?el, header control; IHC model 203, cab, 11 ft. hum* reel, header control) IHC mndel 201. cab; i IHC model 303, platform/ chop- 400 qas, fast model Farrnail model 400 gas standard r.A.; Suorr MTA pas; June- MTA dlesel; Sunor M Sup«;r M oas, lower steering; 5-Siincr M nas; M Farm»ll. power sf'-erlna; John n/ier* model 50 q»<: IM' John Deere model 2010 gas with heavy duty Jc*n Deere ( o^o p r,' John Pe«re model 1010 gas with Inadrr and bid' hoc; r- Wllh J-John Deer model A's; 2-John Deere model O's; Allis rhaiTiei-s wo with ioad»r; SidranftV- rls 44 Spccl » 1 ' llv « Oliver m"d''l M <MS, ry c hyl : Oliver mojel 77 MS. live hyd.i M" Inn mo^el M-S ons; Mjiine mod-.i J3M UtMlty, power stuerlno with loader; Mnllne mrdf 1 ' Z£. |fv0 numnr Fov mn^l p.M tvMl, IraVr; P F T,? i" odBl 8M wllh ""d?r fast h |tch. nower sleerlr'-; I'' 1 , IHC mod-l TD«2 Crawler ."•ld h ^qTne, IOad( ' r ' " 6W lr " e!(t rMern^r" 1 ^'! TD ' W " h dozor ' " 11020 J ""* 5 ' no ho " r CHOPPERS & BLOWERS Lu«dall 3 rnw cutt-r; New^Holland No. J3 flail chop- H"mbolt cutter; John Deere field harvester, ] row nean ; he»d;°' 5 ° choppcr wllh J row Brady j row stalk cutter with IHC model 303, platform, headtr control, chnnccr; IHC model 303, cob, 13 ft. reel "it, header contm|, hume reel) IHC model 303. 13 ft. holder control, rab, standard reel) IHC mod"! 303, 13 ft., huma r*«l, iccl hit, header control, cab; IHC ncdel 403, nlatform) IHC model 403. 13 ft. hume reel, header control, lov» bar, cab, chopper, silo wheels; I"C model 403-U946, hydrostatic d'l"e, 13 ft. platform, hum* reel, head""- control, lift cab) IHc mndel 503. cab, header control 16 It. plaUnrm h'lme reel) Jf-n Drpre model 55 E.B., cab, ill chopner, header control) John o-ero moH»l «55. cab, 1J ft. 'ove bar, hume reel; Ca-e model 800, 13 ft., h«ad«r r.?nirol, chopper, j-row corn Ma««e\i M.TT|< Super 27, hume, chmpe' 17 (t.j S'.ncr 92, platioim a-id corn h->»d; IHC mod»l 140, PTO header control, hume real, chopper and pickup; ELEVATORS J-Nejw Id", 52 ft. elevators; NPW Idea 44 ft. elevator; OHowa elevator; Krwanoe elevntor; John Deere 40 ft. elevator; MISCF.IJLA NEOUS Wide front for M; W'de front for C; 1D4 IHC dual wheels; A1 . tMjIe- * blower with feed Kools blower with fend table; Fox blower, hopper type; BOXES. TRAILERS, AUGER WAGONS No. 10 Griln-0-Vator, rear au- i'Jnhn p»(j'r« No' U 'auger visjon; ' St J5 9 ^fol^ WQ JrP", hols/, «nd 2 Tri1far; F '* r * box ' h ° lst - ind Flare Box; Running, gear; Wards trailer; J'fin neere Flare Box; Flare bix, hoist and trailer; D'lMor hvdraijllc flara box; J.jhn Deere spreader; John Deere R spreader; PLANTERS J?t>n Deere model 490; [HC m odel 520; model «0, «-row wllh fer- wlth findv; 4W/ LOADERS .IHC M or H) . loader) may Harris 33; 100 or 830 case; TRUCKS : MOO. wllh rebuilt en- r . ?chwarli roil back hoist •J WlnCn/ C.btvrolet I ton pickup; '• riw S100 pickup; fiam'axia V Q " ' rilllr lan ' WMion stock trailer, single axle. HAY TOOLS Naw Holland No. 71 bater, PTO) Naw Holland No. 4 motor; IHC No. II ild* rake; CORN PICKERS & SHELLERS lollnj J row pull, type; 1C J PR. pull type l-row; l M heavy duly, automatic IHC^iMH with greast bank; IHcfM; MB; Ford 2 row mounted picker; ..LLAGE TOOLS' s John Deere 11 ft. field cultivator; Jnhn peer* 14 ft. field cultivator; IHC 10 ft. tandem) O'li/er 14 ft. wheel tond«m; IHC No. 37 14-ff. disk; Kewanea u ft wheel tandam; Johj Deere 15 ft. tandem; 17 ft. «pr'nq tooth; I'lC 20 ft. spring tooth) Nnhla tteua can) t. drawbar, 3 point; Tool bar for spring tooth; PLOWS c rm>del 700, 7-14" IHC^rnodel 700, 7-»" en land IHC model 950, 5-U; mr mode 550, J-14; IHC model 70, 4-U/ »-]HC mode 10, 4-14; ?r:i"* modal 40, 4-14) |HC mode to, 3-14) We model I, 3.14) |r) rnod«l 531, J-K mounted t jHc" model 4f 43, 4-14) IHC modal 4tl, 4-14; John Deere modal F45, 5-14, 1 vr, old) 3t°ta..fj«»'» J n«!. d .!i.'{?-. *"/ Jl—John" D*era"modVl' «!OT3-14) John Doers mode 55, 3-14; Jnhn Deere model 55, 3-14; Oliver 3-U) c*se 4-Ui Oliver 5-14 pull trip bottom) 4—John baar* model 555, John Deere model 555, 404) ^"".Peere model 444, 4-li) CULTIVATORS 5—IHC model <i4(t) 2-1 Hr model 438) John Deere model 400) •""wileW, m ° d " 6T( «' rOW ' IHC model• 4«, 4 row front) 4—IHC model 441, 4 row; 1-IHC model 4(5, 4-row, wide Tronir IHC model 445 4-row/ INTBRRST , .,„ -PINANCIhO ( '" 00 to ombine* ept. 1948. Jarmeri sold over $1,500.0 shop. AUCTIONEEH'S NOTE: Palo Alto Implement Co. each year takes this means of disposing of their used equipment. A noocl selection of tractors and the balance of the machinery m good usable condition. If in need of any machinery whatsoever plan to attend this sale. Don'i forget, Ralph is re-organizing into a corporation. We must Mart sharp at 10:30 a.m. For more details write or call Palo A to Implement at Emmetsbnrg or auctioneers Clair Clark, Ceylon, Minn.; Lloyd Clark, Armstrong la or Lyle Benson, Ringstecl, J; t . ' r N e 0 s B o P n r ,°lb1. rll |or Re ,Tc 0 .d,n., Unt " ""'"' lor ' U ' u " •«»•» '•««. Not OWNER: Palo Alto County Implement Co. CLERK: PALO ALTO COUNTY IMPLEMENT CO AUCTIONEERS: mffitimfatf POWER TAKE-OFF GENERATORS WHY SUFFER THE LOSS OF HEAT & WATER ? PROTECT YOUR INVESTMENT FROM POWER FAILURE WITH A STANDBY GENERA. TOR FROM FORNEY, FOR ON-THE-FARM DEMONSTRATIONS CALL KEN ROiTHLER - 295-3039 OR DON MCCARTHY - 295-5931 ALGONA, IOWA (98-7)"

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