The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 16, 1961 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 16, 1961
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Phone Company At Lone Rock Holds Meeting Lone flock — Members of the Lone Rock Cooperative Telephone Company held their annual meeting Thursday evening, Mar. 9, at the Legion hall. Two directors whose terms expired were re-elected, Harlan Blanchard and Edwin Licb, who will serve three year terms. Organization of the board of directors is as follows: president, Harlan Blanchard; vice president, Owen Berhow; secretary-treasurer, Donald W. Houck; directors, Ralph Bierstedt and Edwin Licb. Following the business meeting Dr. and Mrs Bourne of Algona showed slides and gave an account of their trip to the Par East, Door prizes were given to Ralph Thompson, Roger Long McCURDY ... Does It Again! Top Yielding Oafs In Minnesota & South Dakota Yield Test This Year. AND NOW- TOP YIELDER In Iowa State Yield for Two Year Test. Early Varieties JEWELL .... Tops The List Medium Varieties GOLDFIELD . . Tops The List Supply limited Write.or call collect for additional informatioa on the Iowa State Yield Test, and for particulars on the 1961 RAMBLER Station Wagon Oats Yield Contest. McCURDY Seed & Supply Co. FREMONT, IOWA • (10-11) and R6y Jensen, Ai State Meet '"'" Coach Lou Paulson and his basketball team attended the Girls State Basketball Tourhar ment in Des Moines Friday and Saturday. Mr and Mrs D. G. Koeppel, Mr and Mrs Tomlinson and Mrs Harold Werhspann .of Fenton each took a car of girls down. The girls .were Beverly and Barbara Wehrspann, Barbara and Linda Tomlinson, Gail Hah- telman, Cheryl Gross, Marjorie Johnson, Judy Geitzcnauer, Peggy Voigt, and managers Vergene Bierstedt and Muriel NordineS The cheerleaders, Sandy Ellefson, JoAnn Dreyer, Lynn Kei'ber, Susan Montgomery, and Lois Finnested, also went. Win Top Honors , Lavonnj! Thompson, president, and JoAnn McCleish, vice presU dent of the Lone Rock Lively Rockets, took lop honors for their demonstration on milk is not for sissy's, which they presented at the Algona 4-H Day held Saturday. Mr and Mrs Elmer Phillips ot Sexton, Mr and Mrs Marten Smith of Algona and Mr arid Mrs Pershing Marlow were Sunday .guests in the Marvin Marlow home, i Sunday afternoon callers were Mr and Mrs Lawrence Pr.e- sthus of Burt and Mr and Mrs Will Gifford. The group celebrated David Marlow's 10th birthday. Mr and Mrs Everett Hanni spent the' weekend in Ame; where they attended a dinner held at Memorial Union for the tour groups to Europe and Russia in 1958, 1959 and 1960. They were also Sunday guests of Dr. and Mrs Pak Chan at Ames. . Mr and Mrs Dale Wegeher were Sunday callers in the JTred Wegener home at Algona. They helped them celebrate their 49th wedding anniversary. ' Mr and Mrs Clinton Rath were PLANTATION BALLROOM Whlftemore, Iowa' milt No Dances During Lent Except St. Patrick's Dance - March 17. Don Hoy (Doors Open Early) No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Ope. 1 ! at 8:30 AUCTION As I have rented my farm I will hold a public auction on my farm located 2 miles North of Ringsted or 5 mites South and 1 mile West of Armstrong on — TUESDAY, MARCH 21 SALE STARTS AT 12:30 P. M. LUNCH ON GROUNDS 123-HEAD OF LIVESTOCK-123 81 HOGS — 16 Hampshire, Yorkshire and Poland cross gills, bred to Hampshire boar, to start farrowing April 20th, Vaccinated for Cholera, 65 Feeder pigs. Hampshire, Yorkshire, and Poland cross, 120 Ib. Vaccinated for Cholera. 42 SHEEP — 41 Columbia and Suffolk ewes, bred to Columbia buck, to lamb first week in May; 1 Purebred Columbia ram. 24 HYCROFT PULLETS. MACHINERY 1954 John Deere "70" tractor, live power, live PTO, Roll-O-Matie, Easy-ride seat, good rubber; 1950 John Deere "A" tractor live hyd., Roll-O-Maiic; 1951 John Deere 4-Tow cultivator, rubber gauge wheels; 1950 John Daere "490" corn planter with fertilizer attach.; 1950 John Deere 3-16" plow, hydraulic lift; 1950 J.D. 7-ft tractor mower; 1950 J.D. 15-ft. disc; 1954 J. D. model L tractor spreader; J.D. running gear with 5-ton Midwest Hoist and 6 x 10 ft. Holder box; J.D. 4-bar side delivery rake on rubber; J.D. 14-ft. field cultivator with hydraulic lift; J.D. 4-row rotary hoe; J.D, 5-section drag with folding steel evener, like new; J.D. endgate seeder; J.D. drive- on hoist; J.D. 6-in. hammer mill; J.D. forage blower with 40-ft of pipe. 1954 New Holland forage harvester, corn head and pick-up heads, PTO drive; 1954 A-6 Case combine, pick-up attachment, VF-4 Wise, engine, roto scour kleen, straw spreader; 1962 American all-crop drier with 5 h.p. motor 1952 Minneapolis Moline ff-fi. windrower;. 1953 Minneapolis Moline model D corn shelter, 32-Jt. of drag, PTO drive; 1952 New'Idea 2-row pull-type corn picker with rear elevator; Brady stalk cutter; Brayhill 7-row sprayer, with down spouts, like new; IHC 10-in. burr mill; Horn manure loader, snow bucket, grade blede; New Holland running gear, with 7x 4 x 12-ft, unloading box with false endgatei Rubber running gear with Horn steel flare box; Polaris 7-row sprayer, tractor mountings; King nd Hamilton 42-ft. elevator, overhead hoist; TRUCK 1956 Ford C-600, 2-ton. 16-ft, Fiasco combination grain and stalk rack, Heil hoist, Rubber, box and hoist like new. Only 18,000 miles on new motor, BUILDINGS — 8 x 8 ft. fuel building with two built-in gas barrels, 285 gallons each, hose and nozzle and gas meter; 12 x 20 ft. brooder house with 6 x 12 ft. feed bin; 6 x 10 ft. feed house; 12 x 8 ft. feed house. FEED — 1.200 bales of 1st cutting alfalfa hay, Piled in 100 bale lots. HOUSEHOLD GOODS — Kitchen table and 4 chairs — Double bed and spring — Dresser — Stroller ~- BathinelJe -~ Youth chair — Typewriter — Adding machine, MISCELLANEOUS — Heat houser; 10:38 tractor chains; Tap and die set; Lincoln high pressure greaser; Hallup 200 Amp. welder; Sure cut chain saw, 20-in. cut; Pipe thread dlw; 7-in. skill saw; '/» in. drill; Vise; Air Compressor; Steal rotary parts bin; Wooden part* bin; Rotary hoe shields; Hog waierers; Thieman 60-bu. feeder; 2 swinging feeders; 2 galvanized tanks; "pride of Farm" combination wa- terer; 3 cattle feed bunks; Portable cattle hay feeder; Sheep and calf feeder; 2 pump jacks; 2 h.p. motor; 3-'/« h*p. motors; Anvil; Baib wire roller; 2 ratchet wagon unloaders; PTO post hole digger for 5D; Roll-away nests; 40-ft. extension ladder; Chicken feeders and water- era; Socket set; Egg Washer; A.P. Woo4 gas brooder; 5 h.p. outboard motor; 8" bench Blacksmith grinder; Loading chute on rubber; Many oiher items loo numerous to mention, USUAL AUCTION TERMS CURTIS P. HAAHR owner Clark & Bensen, Auct Emro«t County Bank of JUngited, Clerk (Sunday callers In the Sid Payne home in Ledyard. Mr and Mrs Clinton Rath visit- ted Sunday in the home of Mrs Rath's parents, Mr and Mrs Rennix Wilson at Kanawha. Debra, Susan and Michael Householder, children of the Ellwyn Householders of Algona, spent from Friday until Saturday, evening in the home of their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Glenn Householder. , Mr and Mrs Jim Marlow were Sunday evening callers in. the Dell Marlow home. Mr and Mrs Dick Dallman of Algona were Sunday evening guests in the Dell Marlow home. Mr and Mrs Orlwin Tietz were Sunday guests in the John Gramenz home in Fentdn, Mr and Mi's Ray Tietz of Spirit Lake anc'j Mr and Mrs Rolland Watson or* Titonka Were also visitors in the Gramenz home in Fenton. Mr and Mrs Ralph Thompson attended" the celebration honoring the 40th wedding anniversary ot Mr and Mrs Justin Anderson pf Lebanon, Mo. in the Raymond Westling home near Burt. Mr and Mrs Anderson formerly were re- siderits on the Owen Berhow farm near Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Delmar Fischer and Steven, Mr and Mrs Henry Schroeder, Mr Owen Berhow and Neva Thompson also were guests in the Westling home to help the Andersons celebrate their anniversary. Mr and Mrs Wayne Decker and infant son Wayne Clinton were .Sunday evening visitors in the Darryl Householder home. Mr and Mrs 1 Lyle Pierce of Britt were Sunday evening guests in the W. L. Champion home. Mr and Mrs' Bill Champion and girls were also Sunday call- 0rS.. Mr and Mrs Lester Gray of Buffalo Center were Sunday af- ternson visitors in the Champion home. Mr and Mrs Melvin Meyers and Bryan were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger. , Mrs Clarence Kraft, Mrs Delmar Fischer and Mrs Rose Kraft atended the bridal shower for JoAnn Mitchell in St. John's Lutheran church in Fenton Sunday Mar. 11. Patsy "circle of the Lone Rock Presbyterian church will, meet Thursday evening in the home of Beulah Lee at 8 p.m. Donna Hurlburt will present the lesson. Lucille circle will meet Mar. 1(5 In the afternoon at the home of Grace Fischer with Goldie Behrends assisting. The lesson will be presented by Lucille Blanchard. Thelma circle will meet Mar. 16 in the afternoon at the home of Marian Knoll withAMildred ' Hammerstrom assisting.;- .Esther Jensen will presentvtKe'le's' Mr and Mrs Wendell "Steven and Pam of Laurens were Sunday guests in the Don Blanchard home. Mrs George Lee and Lyle Johnson of Algona were Sunday afternoon guests in the Leo Ramus home. Mr and Mrs Don Meyers and family of Algona were Sunday afternoon callers in the Roger Long home. Mr and Mrs Leslie Baxter of Lone Rock were* Sunday guests in the Robert Baxter home in Ruthven. Mr and Mrs Arnold Laabs were Friday evening visitors in the Wilfred Laabs home'in Fenton. Mr arid Mrs Jim Long were Sunday guests in the Orrtie Beh- rcnds home. Tech/Sgt. and Mrs 1 .Eugene Pruitt and children, David, Kevin, and Denise .of Dover, Del., are visiting in the 'Orrtie Seh- rends home. Sgt. Pruitt will be sent to Goosebay, Labrador, the first of April and Mrs Pruitt and children will remain for three months in the parental Behrends home. Mr and Mrs Roger Osborn, Debbie and Craig Were Saturday evening callers in the Maurice Weisbrod home. Mr and Mrs 'Leonard Holtz and Mr and Mrs Harvey Rath of'Al- gona Were Sunday evening visitors in the Maurice Weisbrod home. • Charlotte Wichtendahl returned to Deerfield, 111. after spending a week'in the parental Edwin Wichtendahl home. Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer and family were Sunday evening visitors in the Arno Juhl homel ' Mr and Mrs Willis Cotton returned home Friday, after a 2% month vacation at Mesa, Ariz. Mr and Mrs Cotton spent much time with Mr Cotton's sister, the former Mabel Cotton and the H. S. Schellitos of Spencer who are •vacationing in Mesa. While in Mesa they visited with the William Stoebers of Mesa, former Fenton residents. They called on the Bob Chestnutwoods in Phoer nix and made the acquaintance of the Chestnutwood's new daughter. SENECA NEWS Farewell For Gardner Mr and Mrs Virgil Gardner wei'e honored at a farewell party held for them Friday evening at the Claude Johnson home. Enjoying the courtesy were the Elmer Hanisch family, the Verle Smiths, the Raymond Bergums, the Fred Johannesens, the Lewis Breeses, the Irvin Vottelers, Mr and Mrs Russel Kauffman and family, Mr and Mrs Raymond Gardner and Eugene, Ronnie Johanesen and John Rolling. Mr and Mrs C. O. Bailey were unable to be present. The evening was spent at cards with high prize for men going to Claude Johnson, high and travel for women to Mrs Fred Johan- ncsen, and low prizes 'to Ronnie Johannesen and John Rolling. . The honored guests were, presented with a purse of money as a remembrance from their neighbors. The Gardners moved recently to a farm located between Eslherville and Spirit Lake. Mr and Mrs Charles Beavers attended funeral services Monday afternoon at Estherville for Tommy Thompson, 85, a long-time family friend. Bobby Binzen, student at Mankato State Teachers College spent the quarter break with his par- ONE STOP SHOP FOR AIL YOUR REMODELING JOBS One call does it all when you bring your remodeling projects to us. Helping home owners to improve their properties is a big part of our business and we have the answers to every problem. We have all of the materials, we can recommend skilled workmen, and we'll be glad to help with the financing. There's no cost or obligation for free plans and estimates, so come see us now. FREE ESTIMATES KITCHENS ADD A ROOM ATTIC, GARAGE CONVERSIONS PLAYROOM- DORMERS ROOFING & SIDING INSULATION LUMBER & { BUILDING ' MATERIALS for home improvement KELLEY LUMBER CO "Our Business Is Building" SEXTON - QTTOSf N - AIGQNA ents, the Bob Blnzens. Donald Nielsen, a student at Iowa Slate University, spent the quarter' break with his parents, the Carl Nielsens. Mr and Mrs Henry Looft spent the weekend with their son and family, the Jack Loofts at Rochester, Minn. Dick Looft of Minneapolis joined them on Sunday. Mr and Mrs Calvin Vaudt and family were Sunday dinner guests at the E. K. Johnson home at Fenton. Other guests included the Kenneth Johnsons, Mrs Kate Wegener of Algona, and the Forest Hanifans of Toledo. The dinner honored Candace Vaudt, Mrs E. K. Johnson, Lynette Johnson and Barbara Hanlfan, who observe their birthdays in March. Mr and Mrs Ben Sloter and son of Troy Grove. 111., and Mr Norman Watson of < Mendota, 111., spent Saturday and Sunday at the Everett Withams. Saturday evening guests at the Everett Withams included Mr and Mrs Fred Davis of Burt, Mr and Mrs Fred Johannesen, Rickey and Debbie, in addition to their house guests, the Ben Slo- ters and Mr Watson, from -Illinois. 5 Seneca Farms Change Tenants Several moves have been made recently in the Seneca area. The Virgil Gardners have rented a farm a mile west of'Estherville. A family from Fort Dodge, the Harold Lemmons,, will move to the farm vacated' by Gardners. The Norman Wegeners are moving to a Spies farm near Graettinger. The place they vacated will be the home of the Wayne Ohnemus family of Cres- co township. Mr and Mrs Bill Bernhard will take possession of the Thilges estate farm. Mr and Mrs Miles Walker ot Blue Earth will farm land owned by Mrs Woodrow Kracht. The Walkers have rented a house in Swea City until quarters closer to the Kracht farm are available. • The Newel estate farm, two miles north of Fcnton, has a new tenant, George Dorwciler and family of St. Benedict. Pay Hikes For Swea Teachers The Swea City Community school board recently decided to offer contracts to all the members of the current faculty. Raises were given, all teachers ranging from $100 to $300 per Thursday, March 16, 1961 Algontt (la.) Upper Dei Molnes-3 year. The scale depends pn their tenure, educational preparation and extracurricular duties. Several, resignations are expected to he received from teachers in the elementary grades. The board decided that an additional grade teacher would be hired for next school year. Hydrophobia, or raoies, is the chief danger from animal bites. Ability to stop on a dime comes in handy when ploying slot machines. RUMMAGE SALE AND BAKE SALE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. DEKALB CORN IS "CLIMATIZED" TO FIT YOUR FARM __ To« cail grow DeKalb Com Hybrids bred to fit the soil and weather conditions of yoor" *wn farm ... varieties tailored to suit your exact needs. Let your DeKalb dealer show you performance tecords on DeKalb varieties—"climatizcd" to do a top job for yotu. DEKALB CORN Engene Hood, Algona Frank Droessler, Bancroft Lawrence Besch, Whittemore Peter C. Reding, Bode Homer Matth iesen, Fenton COMPLETE CLOSING OUT AUCT Due to the recent death of my husband I will hold a complete closing out auction on my farm located 3 miles west 1 mile south and V* mile west of Fenton or 1 mile north 2'/j miles east of Depew or 7 miles south and Vi mile east of Ringsted on — MONDAY - MARCH SALE STARTS AT 1:00 P;M. . ,\ A CHIN 1956-300 International tractor. In good condition. 1956-438 International 4-row Cultivator. 1958—30 John Deere Combine, PTO, scour-kleen, and straw spreader and pick-Mp attachment. International 16' Disc. Farmers Friend Elevator, 40' on rubber. David Bradley Barge Box, trailer and hoist, (hydraulic hoist is one year old) Minneapolis Moline tractor manure spreader. Rubber tired trailer with wood flare box. International 4 bar side delivery rake. Windrower 8' converted. Stand drive-on hydraulic hoist. International 3-14" plow. 1949 International M tractor. Just overhauled! in Dec. In excellent condition. International 2M Corn picker. 960 International 14' Tandem disc. International 7' mounted mower. Spring tooth Harrow 12'. 6 row Mounted Weed Sprayer. 5 section Flexible Drag. International 440-4 row Corn Planter with fertilizer attachments. Flat trailer. International hydraulic, manure loader. Buzz Saw (to fit on tractor). Hammer Mill. L Milking Equipmen Milking Machine — Surge Pump — with 2 Surge buckets — Pipeline for 20 cows. 1956 Electric Milk cooler (6 can). 22 drinking cups for dairy cattle. 18 — HEAD OF PIGS 13 Feeder Pigs — Vaccinated; 5 Black Poland Oilts, Bred to purebred Black Poland boar. To Farrow 20th of March. BUILDINGS Hog Shelters 2. Portable Hog House (6 pen). Portable Hog Feeder. Hog water tank (1 yr. old). Hog Feeder (round) - (1 yr. old). Electric tank heater. 1 'Large jack. Road Drag. 8 rolls of slat cribbing. Hog feeder* and waterers. Electric Motor ('/ 4 H. P.) Electric Motor (3 H.P.) Forney Welder Electric Fencer. 60' endless belt. 300 gal. gas barrel. 2-16' feed bunks. Heat Houser to fit M. John Deere Hydraulic ram Electric brooder stove. Heat Lamps TERMS: Cash. Nothing to be removed until settled for — Not responsible in case of accidents. MRS. DONALD lloyd Borkland and lyle Bensen, Auctioneers. 1950 International 3/4 ton Pick-Up - four speed - just overhauled in December 18 HAY — STRAW 300 BALES OF ALFALFA HAY (in barn). 200 BALES OF STRAW (in barn). 500 bushel of Bonham oats. 60 ton of Corn Silage. ISCELLANEOUS 200 foot of 3/4 in. galvanized pipe. McCormick Peering wheel weights. 1,000 foot of plastic tubing. Vise, log chain, forks, shovels, spades, wrenches, water hose, other items to numerous to mention. Some household goods including kitchen table and 4 chairs. Owner First Trust and Savings Bank, Fenton, Clerk

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