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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 13, 1962
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February 13, 1961 Political Pot Now Boiling A good, old fashioned political donnybrook seems to be shaping up in the fourth supervisor district of Kossuth county — if total number of candidates is the determining factor. A check with County Auditor Marc Moore Tuesday morning (today) disclosed that no less than four men have filed for the posi tion so far. Lone Republican is Raymond Bergum, Bancroft, while Democrats in the fold to date are Leo L. Ramus, Lone Rock, Homei B. McCarthy, Bancroft, and Charles Newel, Fenton, incumbent. The fourth district could furnish a lot of fireworks during the primary election June 4. Primary winners will then vie for county posts in the general election Nov. 6. •' John Hode, incumbent, and ^Republican, and Richard C. Cos•grove and Ben Siehlman, all of Titonka, Democrats, who will run "against each other in the primary, -have filed for the supervisor post ;in the third district. " At the present time, there is one candidate in each of the first and second supervisor, districts. They ere Charles Plathe, St. Joe, in the Audrey Gardner Homemaker Of Year At Burt first, and Jens Sorensen, Algona, in the second. Both are Democrats. A. M. Kollasch, fifth district supervisor, Swea City, is not up for election this year. Clara Walker, recorder, and Rosella Voigt, treasurer, have announced for re-election and Gordon Winkel, county attorney, has indicated he will also seek reelection. There will be no race for the clerk, auditor or sheriff posts as they were elected to four year terms in 1960. It is apparent that more candidates will file for election before the deadline date, April 10, as 1962 has shown possibilities of being an explosive election year. An Algona man, Milton Norton, lias filed for justice of the peace and Casey Loss, Algona Democrat, isolated to file for re-election to che state legislature. jSlRTHDAY Mrs. Susan Hoxsie of Marcus recently celebrated her 100th birthday. She still lives in the house she and her late husband William built many years ago. Now- V-8 power is standard! Now you can buy light and medium-duty INTERNATIONAL Trucks-get V-8, engines aa standard equipment These are the truck-designed V-8's you've probably heard about They give you remarkable gas economy along with speed, and hauling power. Save on first cost now. Get the truck that'll be worth more when you sell it Come in today I Burt — Audrey Gardner, Burt high school senior, has been named the 1962 Betty Crocker Homemaker of the year. She achieved he highest score in the test over cnowledge on homemaking. Audrey was also named one of che top 10 finalists in the state, thus entitling her to compete for two scholarships awarded in each state, one for $1500 and the second one for $500. Audrey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gardner is very active in all music groups both instrumental and vocal; represented the Burt band as their queen at the Mason City band festival in June, is county president of the Girls 4-H and is active in church organizations. (UDM Engraving) Whittemore Man Attends Rites Ostwald and daughter Carol, Mr. i and Mrs. Edwin Gremert and fafii- ilv Mr. and Mrs. Bert Seely 'ahd family, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seely. Mr and Mrs. Lawrence Meyer and family, Mrs. Miltori Espe and fatti-* ily and Mrs. Gerald Ollom. Dean .Potratz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz, was pleas* antly surprised Thursday evening svhen a group of relatives and friends gathered at his parents home to celebrate his birthday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. William Buss, Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin and Mr. and Mrs. Wilmar Wichtcndahl and son Leon Of Letts Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Potratz and daughter of Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Arihur Held- enwith and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Potratz and family of Whittemore. Mrs. Amanda Ruhnke entertained the South Side 500 Club Thursday evening at her home. Mrs. Lydia Wichtendahl won high, Mrs. Marie Schmeling 2nd high and Mrs. Peter Kollasch, low. WESLEY By Mrs. Viola Studer For Brother 'Whittemore — Larry Devine left last Saturday for Montana to attend last rites of his brother, Joseph, who was killed in an airplane crash Jan. 2S. Mr. Devine was co-pilot of the plane owned by Gov. Nutter of Montana. The governor and two other officials and three crewmen aboard the plane were all killed. Mr. Devine' is survived by his wife, two sons and two daughters, his mother, Mrs. Edwin Uevine Brogotti and a brother Francis of i>igourney, his brother, Dr. James Devine of California. The latter is a former doctor here. iNTERKATIONAt Thicks with V-8 power have more hauling power, more speed under load. See us about trucks...we knowl ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. ALGONA, IOWA I/VTER/VATIOMIL' TRUCKS WORLD'S MOST COMPLETE LINE Mrs. John Muehe entertained at a quilting party at her home Thursday, Jan. 25. Her guests were Ruth Mary Hrubes, Marlys Loveless and Clara Hauptman. Rich Reiling recently bought the Wesley sale barn from Carl Arnold and it will be known as Reil- ings Hog Market, managed by Cletus West. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Pierce entertained their 500 club Wednesday. High and low score prizes for women were won by Mrs. Will Hauptly and Mrs. Leo Goetz and for men it was Will Hauptly and Leo Goetz. Mrs. Josie Gouge earned the travel prize. Mr. and Mrs. John Hildman will entertain the group Feb. 7. A baby boy was born Jan. 27 in the Britt hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Arndorfer, who also have 22 month old Lori Ann, who was cared for by her grandmother, Mrs. Jack Kutchara. The infant was baptized Kevin John in St. Benedict Catholic church Feb. 4. Mr. and Mrs. Kutchara were sponsors. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hrubes anrt son of Crystal Lake were Jan. 28 guests in the Bill Hrubes home. Luke Youngwirths entertafled, he sutz us 600 Club Wednesday evening. Mrs. Harold Weber»anU Mrs v\Ma'ed BeCKeT won high ana low score'prizes for Women, Wilfred Becker and Harold Weber or men. Wiured Becjcers will en- itrtoin tne group Feb. 14. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Meuref spent several aays last week With hei iwm sister, Mrs. Sue firamble, at jeaerson, a. D. _ A daugnter was born Thursday to Mr. a.iu Mrs. Oscar Monson in me brut nospital. They also have two sons. •me American Legion Auxiliary met Tnursuay evening With Mrs. Luiu Haiug. Mrs. Pnilip Goetz was wsiswnc uostess. Tuey voted to give $3 to tne March Of Dimes. Uonna Bleich began practice teaching Feb. 5 in a Mason City scnooi. one is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bieich and is idKing ner senior year at the ceucmjs college, Cedar Falls. Mrs. Maureen Harr, Sheryl and Marieen went to Whittemore Jan •t& to attend cnurch services a the Lutheran cnurch and the bap iisin of Mrs. Harr's grandson Scott Harian, who was born Jan 11 to Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Lein inger. Sheryl and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Maahs were sponsors. Debaters Pull Surprise At Manson Tourney Algona high school's debaters wound up first and second in class B at the Manson Debate Tournament Saturday, Feb. 3. The C- team actually placed first, with the B-team placing second. The varsity A-team will enter the Northern District Contest of the Iowa High School Forensic League this Saturday at Mason City. The B and C teams have ended their seasons after chalking up a record of 24 wins and 15 loses for the year. Sharon Smith and Bob Pratt, affirmatives, won all three rounds and Marilyn Skow and Jim Stanton, negatives, won two and lost one for the C-team at Manson. For the B-team, John Schutter and Alan Holt were unbeaten as negatives and Allan Bode and John Phillips won one of three as affirmatives. The winning C-team was awarded a trophy as tops in the meet. The A-team placed fifth in a field of eight teams at the meet as af- irmatlves Gary dolwell and Kay \gefttt and ftegattves Glenn Buchanan and Tim Dailey each had 12 records. Barbara Brandow Is Homemaker Of Year Here FARM SALE WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21 Lutek WUU O., The Or.»d. S.l« SUrt. rt IMS O'Cl.ok J. • rr-HI, in* 77 - HEAD OF LIVESTOCK - 77 OF CATTLE - 1 Holsteln cow to freshen in Spring, with 3rd *£^*Sfag Heifer, open, 1 Shorthorn 3rdI calf Cow to Lshen in Spring! 11 Shorthbrn and Hereford Cows to freshen in April. All Cows arc bred to Purebred Hereford Bull and all have bdcn milked. ^ Outstanding Choice Purebred 4-Year-Old Hereford Bull with papers. SHeretord Fall Calves, 6 Hereford Winter Calves. - Health Certificates Furnished. 51 HEAP 'fo HOGS - 19 Landracc Glits to Farrow first part of April; 4 Yearling 2nd Litter Sows; All sows ate vaccinated and bred to a Purebred. Rurpc Boar. 27 Choice Winter Pigs from above Sows; 1 Choice Duroc Boar. Barbara Brandow Barbara Brandow, Algona higl school senior, has been named American Homemaker of Tomorrow in competition in the 1962 Betty Crocker Contest here. Her selection followed an examination taken by senior girls here Dec. 5. Miss Brandow now becomes eligible to compete, along with winners-from other high schools, for die State HomemaKer of Tomorrow title. The winner of the state award receives a $1,500 scholarship and a $500 scholarship goes to the runner-up. (UDM Engraving) Riverdale Rustlers Jan. 23 at St. Joseph's school hall, Riverdale Rustlers II held their monthly meeting. Charlene Thilges gave a demonstration and Bernadette Hilbert and Sandy O'Brien gave talks. After the business meeting recreation, was held and lunch was served. Hostess was Rosa Lee Illg. 5th At Lamb Show Dennis Fritz of Wesley showed the fifth place individual fat lamb at the District Western Lamb Show at Spencer Saturday. Richard Fritz exhibited the eleventh place individual. Dennis and Richard and Ronald Struthers of W v est Bend each exhibited a pen of 20 POUR TRACTORS — 1957 McCormick-Deering Model 350 Tractor, Live PiO and *A; 1H56 McOormick-Ucenng Wouei 4«« Tractor, com- mc£ with Power Steering; 1952 McCormick-ueermg Model H Tractor; 1950 McCormick-Deering Model H Tractor. POWER MACHINERY — 1959 McCormick-Deering Model 2MH 2-row mounted corn picker complete with grease bank, blower, top shield,™oad leveier, stalk deUectors, super sndot, picked 350 acres; Case Combine complete with motor, pickup, su-aw spreader, like new; i«6u Jonn Deere 4-vow Rotary hoe; i»«0 uoton Deer, 40-n. Wide Type Grain JjJlevawr with Heavy chain, 3 spoius, truck hopper,.PIO drive (newest elevator out); ii.s.9 McCornucK-ueering mouei 37 12-ft. 9-in. wheel tanuem tractor aisc; •iwia-urauiic trauer type sprayer with tank, down spouts, hand boom; 1960 McCormick-Deermg Model 33 7-ft. rac or mower; laSa McConmck-oeering Model 60 3-bottom 14- n trip bottom tractor plow; McCormickDeenng 438 4-row tractor cultivator ii rubber gauge wheels; New Houanu-Model 66 baler with motor, sarcerTbL c u u.e ana hitch, like new; John Deere model 490 4-row Corn planter, complete wuh double disc, fertilizer, rubber pack wheels, atest 490; McCormick-ueertng model 31 manure loader jith snow oucket; McCormick-ueering model,200 manure spreader; Case^ stalk cutter with new style hammers, lik.e .new; McCormick-Deering Side Delivery-Rake; McCormick-Deering No. i 2-botlom 14-in tractor p ow with p?™ cniei slat moid boards; John Deere lint. Field Cultivator lohn ueere 15-H. tractor, disc: Gehl 10-in. hammermill with PIO drive; Joffi Deere Cylinder SHeller with cob stacker: 4-section flexible harrow with Noble evener; McCormick-Deering endgate seeder; McCormick- Deering NQ. 8 windrower; Jay Hawk Hay Stacker; McCormick-Deering Model 238 cultivator; Easy Flow 10-tt. Fertilizer spreader; Stubble turner; Drive-On Hoist; and other smaUer items. . Usual Terms. Not responsible for accidents. No property removed until settled for. , THEO. GREEN ESTATE FARM SALE • As I am discontinuing farming I will sell the following described personal property on farm located: 12 miles east and 8 miles south of Fairmont, Minn!; or 7 miles west and X miles south of Blue Earth Minn.; or -1 miles east of East Chain Consolidated School ON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15th Sale Starts at 1:0(1 p.m. Ditsworth Lunch Wagon On Grounds I'OVVEIt MACHINERY — 2 THACTOKS — Late l'J5:i International Super M tractor, live power and hour meter, 19-19 International H tractor, superized; International 13-ft. tandem disc, 2 yr. old; International No. 15 :i-bottom 16-in. plow, high clearance, throw away lays, 2 yr old; International No. 438 1-row cultivator; 1957 International 7-ft. tractor mower, No. 27V; 1953 International No. 61 combine with motor; International 21 J .K. corn picker, 2-row; International No. 200 tractor manure spreader; International endgate seeder; John Deere No. 490 corn planter with fert. attach.; Noble 5-section flexible lever drag, 3 yr. old; Case rotary hoe, 2 yr. old; Case 20-ft. disc; Little Giant 48-ft. elevator; Stan-hoist drive-on hoist; speed jack; Papec feed null with PTO- Massey Harris 4-bar side delivery rake; Windrower for 7-ft mower; Tractor mounted field sprayer; Kenyon manure loader; Tractor mounted buzz saw; Clipper fanning mill. OTHER MACHINERY — Rubber tired wagon with steel box and hoist; Rubber tired wagon with wood flare box; 2-wheel trailer; Stubbl- eleaner tor 3-bottom plow; Koyker corn saver; Hydraulic ram. MISCELLANEOUS — 325 gal. gas tank on stand; Walk-in ho; feeder; 2 steel hog feeders; 2 hog fountains; 3 feed bunks; 1 steel stocl tank; 1 fuel oil tank heater; 2 back scratchcrs for cattle; Other smal tools. TKUCK — 1958 3 ,i-ton Ford pickup, 4 speed trans., with custom built box for pickup. JPJGS _ 53 head of feeder pigs. — 7UU bales ol al|a " a na y ; 4t) ° |)alcs of straw> HOLD GOODS — Frigidaire 20-ft. deep freeze; kitchen tabl and chairs; wrUJng desk; 13 x 15 green rug; boys bicycle; oil heating Stove; picnic table; barbecue grill; lawn mower, new; and other items. "^UCTIONEEB'S NOTE: — An especially sharp late 1953 Super ( ,u» (raptor. Also the "H" tractor and the other machinery is in good skane We wilj sell tb<? W»«W tools first, aren't many of these, then the household goods, so we'll be right on the big machinery a little alter O Feed and hogs will sell last. - Wedel & Clark. Hospital Report Mrs. William Meyer Sr. who has >een a patient in Lutheran hos- sital in Fort Dodge the past three weeks, underwent surgery Friday n wtiich a tumor was removed rom her upper colon. Jack Spurgeon was released! from the Palo Alto Memorial hos- )ital in Emrnetsburg Saturday and was transfered to an Iowa City hospital. bmaline Farrell has been a patient in an Iowa City hospital the past week. Frank Foley and Rev. Philip Dailey are both in a Rochester, Minn, hospital for a check-up. Randal Lauck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Lauck, was released from Palo Alto hospital in Emmetsburg Sunday. Reinhoid Ostwald, who was a pa tient in St. Ann hospital, Algona, was released Friday and is recuperating at his homo. abies Baptized Scott Harlan Leininger, infant on of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Lein- nger, was baptized Sunday, His ponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Edvard Maahs Jr. of Emmetsburg nd Sheryl Harr of Wesley. Din ter guests in his honor were Mrs Maureen Harr of Wesley, Mr. and tfrs. Edward Maahs of Emmets mrg, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Giran of Bagley, Rev. and Mrs. Clw Sautsch and daughters and Mrs Aurelia Leininger. Afternoon ca lers were Mr. and Mrs. Denni Wehrspan. In the same service the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Twedt was baptized. She was named Kathryn Ann and her sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Stanford Monson. Rev. Cleo Kautsch, pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran church, performed the baptismal rites. TOP CAR QUINN& CLARK, Auct. * 199S * 1695 $ 595 * $ 595 $ 295 Auctfsn Terms -, No Properly Removed Until Settled For - flpj JlesjMMUMWe FW Accidents. CLIFFORD IK, Owner Park, 4tt"ct. Faimo»t N*l)Wrt » auk - Fairmont, Clerk Mr. and Mrs. Frank Piekarski, Cletus Mueller of here, Mr. anrt Mrs. Herman Thilges, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Will, LuVerne, and Mrs. Pearl Elbert, Spencer, attended last rites of Mrs. Theodore (Mamie) Engler, 6B, of Minneapolis Tuesday. Mrs. Engler and Mrs. Piekarski were sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dietrick are parents of a boy born Jan. 27 in St. Ann hospital. They now have seven boys and five girls. .Mr. and Mrs. Fred Williams have a new daughter born Jan. 26 in St. Ann hospital. They now have two boys and a girl. A number of relatives gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs George Meyer Sunday to celebrati Mr. Meyer's birthday, which wa on Saturday. Guests were Mr. am Mrs. Erwin Bruhn of Cylinder, Mr and Mrs. Eldon Fehr and family o Rodman, Mr. and Mrs. William $ 395 $ 135 VALUES 1960 Rambler 4-door Custom station wagon, radio, heater, overdrive, all black, white sidewall tires, very nice ------ , ----------------2 - 1959 Rambler 4-door Super station wagons, radio, heater, overdrive; 1- White and red and 1 - 2-tone blue, EACH --------------1955 Rambler 2-door, radio, heater ---------------- - -------------1954 Rambler 2-door, radio, heater ------------------------------1954 Rambler 2-door station wagon, radio, heater, overdrive ---------1953 Rambler convertible, radio, heater, new top ------------------__ 1953 Nash Statesman _,. -----------------------------------1956 Olds Super 88 4-door, radio, heater, automatic transmission, very nice ------------------ --------------------------------1956 Olds Holiday 98 2-door hardtop, radio, heater, power toatt .steering and windows, automatic transmission, red and white, read sharp — 1954 Buick 4-door Special, heater and aromatic transmission ---------1952 Buick Special, radio, heater, automatic transmission, cleon -------1959 Chevrolet 4-door Bel Air, radio, heater, automatic transmission, green and white, real nice ----------------------------------1957 Chevrolet 6-cylinder station wagon, heater and stflndard trpnsmis- sion, red and white, real nice ---------------------1957 Chevrolet 4-door station wagon, radio, heater, autpmatie transmit sion, V-8, gold and white, real sharp ----------- - ------------1954 Chevrolet 2-door Delray, radio, heater, very nUe ---------------1955 Dodge 2-door hardtop, V-8, radio, heater, automatic transmission - 1952 Dodge 2-door hardtop --------------------1953 Cadillac, 62 series, radio, heater, automatic tron*mi«ion, tbi. «ar i* ^ very nice, clean with white sidewalls -----------------------WE HAVE ON HAND 1 5 NEW RAMBLERS, ALL MODELS, FROM AMBASSADOR TO AMERI- CAN. STOP IN TODAY ! ! WEST BEND AUTO CO Phone CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper SALE As I have decided to quit farming, I will sell my personal property on the farm known as the Foley form, locqted '/2 mile iouth, 3 miles west and '/2 mile south of Whittemore; or 7 miles north, 2 miles west and Vi mile north of West Bend, Iowa on Thurs., Feb. 22 * 475 $ 695 No Junk, So Be Here At 1 O'clock 1 P. M. Sharp IHC "C" Tractor - 1952 model, on good rubber; 2 row cultivator, 7 ft. mounted mower; F-20 Farmall. IHC 2ME corn picker, mounted on F-20 tractorwith good tires; New Holland husker-shVller, model 150; IHC 4 bar side rake -.itiiit.T'i>ri on rubber, very good shape; JD 48 ft. wide type grain ^levator, underslung derrick, steel ^ehaln, truck hopper; 3 h.p. electric motor and elevator speed jack; JD tractor spreader, 3 years old; JD 11 -ft. •M^OttB^fetfOHO^^^MtetadMMMM^*'' "> -^MM^B' *• » rut -<4HK * ~*— »4Mrt ^tOtfrfM^ 4 field cultivator, on rubber; JD 15 ft. disc; JD 4-section drag; IHC 2-16 In. plow, on rubber; Stalk Cutter; IHC endgate seeder; 1952 Case A-6 Combine, with motor and pickup, shedded and In good condition, no custom work; IHC Q ft. binder windrower, good ****<•#-., * • _*.(*«-.•.• .**tw» i'*,"- 1 f^i V"' 38 "***?!'****'. "•••">;»- .^"f anvas; 1 heavy duty Sears 4-wheel farm trailer; 1 — 4 arm trailer; 2 wood flare boxes; 1 steel running gear; Wood wheel wagon and box; 1 hand corn shelter; 1 - 10 In. burr mill; >» . Jv£* > *n" jpnmMftHfrf iM0MOMiNWi^m» i, j j^m» > •* 8 H, ste*| stock tank; Afr compressor and grinder, vice, post drill; 1 brooder house; 200 bw, hop w|f feeder. ' ' ' PHONE 3387 WIST BEND, IOWA . whee fqjt«w in March.. ? 7 whit* rain; 300 boles ftraw In barn, hay In barn, no T6RMJ: Caih or make arrangements with clerk before tale. No, property to be removed, untij lettjed f pr . Not responsible for accident!, should any occur. DAN FOLEY mm ft. P«nfc, Wh!»twntf«, The Want Ads ~ It Pays!

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