The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 20, 1962 · Page 26
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8~Atgono (la.) Upper Pat MfllttM 25,1965 A great musician was lost to the world with the recent death of Fritz Kreisler. Years ago when I had a Victrola I had some red seal records by him, and how my father and 1 enjoyed them. He too played the violin and thought it the king of instruments. It was with great interest I learned that Rhoda Bonar met Kreisler many years ago when she lived at Mounl Pleasant and Kreisler taught ai Iowa Wesleyan college. Rhoda had a sister, Elizabeth Crull, who showed great promise as a vio linist and was given instruction by Kreisler. She had rented a violin and Kreisler thought her tal ent so outstanding, he was anxiou for her to study in Germany wher he thought opportunities for f a career for marriage. Kreisler was noted for his kindness to thers and had several proteges. * - »' '.»••; A "Blessed Ev6nt" took i>lacc Feb. 6 at Mrs. William Gustin's vhen triplet Pomeranian puppies were born to Golden; Girl Skippy (Penny) and Bright Eyed Timmy (Tiny), two. females and one male. All together they weighed five ounces, one weighing one ounce, two weighing two ounces apiece. The dam will be two years old in March and weighs four pounds. The sire, seven inches high, weighs three pounds and was a year old in December. The puppies will be for sale and if I were in my own home, I'd be professional career could be bes furthered. He bought her a violin a very good one for $25, and gay it to her as evidence of his belie in her. But as,is the case man sorely tempted, though my choice has always run to cats. These sound so cute they are quite ir- resistable. "Peg - 0 - My - Heart" would be a cute name for one, 'Danny Boy" for 'the male, and times, Elizabeth gave up the idea. how about "Sweetheart of Sigma FARM AUCTION CM" far the other Httle "girl". * * * It had been some time since I had seen Mrs. Chester Bailey, so it was with pleasure I visited with her when she called the other day. With her was Mrs. Alfred Schenck of whom 1 have heard much from time to time but never met. * * * Mrs. Paul Palmer told me this about her daughter Mary and husband, James Fritz, who have moved from Cave Junction, Ore. to Modesto, Calif, where Mr. Fritz has entered college. Mr. Fritz .started out two hours ahead of his wife, taking the house trailer. Mrs. Fritz and year old son Jimmy were to follow in the car and eventually arrive at the given point around the same' time. As it happened, Mr. F. drove off the highway for some purpose, gas perhaps, and Mrs. F., apparently looking neither to the left t>r right, passed right by her husband and arrived in time to wait and wonder what had become of him. * » • Paul Palmer was here the other day to call on his father-in-law, Monroe Phillips. He stopped in here for a chat and remarked that years ago when he was a lad and lived across the street where La- dendorffs did for years and the John Helmers live .now, he used to fire the furnace here for the Ambrose Calls. Wood, at that! He told As I am retiring, I will sell all my personal property on farm located 4 miles West of Elmore, Minn., on state line road, or 7 miles North of Ledyarcl, Iowa, on — Monday, February 26, 1962 SALE STARTS AT 1:00 P.M. JOHNSON LUNCH ON GROUNDS MACHINERY TRACTORS - 1958 John Deere "720" diesel tractor with wide front end and fully equipped; 1955 John Deere "60" tractor with wides front, pWer steering and live power; 1937 John Deere "B" tractor; 1936 Allis Chalmers WC tractor. J D POWER — 1958 John Deere No. 42 4-row cultivator for wide or narrow front end; 1958 John Deere No. 66 4-14 in. plow; 1960 John Deere AW 14-1& ft. wheel tandem Disc with greaseless bearings; 1957 John Deere RW 13-4 wheel tandem disc; 1959 John Deere '494' 4-row Corn Planter with rubber pak wheels, fertilizer and insecticide attachments; 1957 John Deere 7-section Drag (,n wheel cart; 1959 John Deere No. 30 pull type Sprayer, complete with 30-ft. booms and drop nozzles; 1961 John Deere 3-sec. flexible drag; John Deere 4-sec. rotary hoe; John Deere 10% ft. field cultivator with hydraulic lift; John Deere No. 5 7-ft. tractor Mower with both 7-ft. and 5-ft. bars. "45" COMBINE — 1958 John Deere "45" combine with 12-ft header, scour clean and straw chopper; 1960 No. 10 Corn Head with grease bank. OTHER POWER — 1958 Minneapoiis-Moline Grain Drill, with 6-in. disc spacing, grass seed attachment and hydraulic lift; 1959 New Idea Horn Loader for wide front with brackets for John Deere and IHC tractor, also snow scoop. MISCELLANEOUS - 2-300-gal. overhead Gas Tanks, stands; Heat .„,.,„, Houser Cab for 720 John Deere; set of wheel weights; set of tractor it was good seeing Charley Os chains- set of dual wheels for John Deere 720 tractor with like new «.i«w- °™ a ,m »™\ rtn«m tV, P hal 13 x 38 tires; Lincoln electric welder, complete; big air compressor; 1000-lb. portable platform scale; 2-12 x }6 btooder houses; 16-ft. hay bunk, like new; 300 bales of 3rd cutting alfalfa; 1950 Chevrolet 2-ton truck complete with grain box and hoist; 1961 No. 30 fata-o-vator auger wagon on tandem wheels with new 6-ply tires; 40-ft. New Idea Grain elevator, new style; 16-ft. land roller; rotary hoe cart with hydraulic lift- IHC No. 200F tractor manure spreader; Allis Chalmers IO-K. straight disc; 2-4 wheel rubber-tired trailers; steel flare box; flat rack; 10-ft portable auger, 4-in, with new gas engine; 3',i h.p. Wisconsin motor with speed jack; 1959 Koyer 42-ft grain auger with hopper, PTO drive and oil lift. Los Angeles to the hddtey. game. They'expect an excess of I2,p0>6 — that's a lot of people. The new arena is a sight to see, with ffiov- irig stairways and the works. We plan to get an early start and jsee the new Los Angeles Dodger baseball park in Chavei Ravine. It is about completed and is the most elaborate in the league. The subdivisions are tearing, out the groves like crazy. In a very few years there will be no , rnbre oranges or packing houses- in southern California." * * * "Butch" Sires, son of Mf, and Mrs. John Sires, scored 300 Jn bowling at Hawkeye, Lanes Thursday. Now this is all Greek to me, but it made him jubilant, so it must be good. Art Ashton is manager of the lanes. * • •• • • • • That's enough — Small lad. "Dirt you see the stork that brought me, Daddy?" Father — "Only the bill, son, only the "bill." * * • Kcerect — "Bread cast upon the waters is more wholesome and ourishing than pie in the-sky."., I didn't realize what a really Id timer I am until I was ques- ioned about having called the me how many cords were used in a season, but I've forgotten the amount. Huge, I know. And it took several calls per day to keep the giant fed. A final service at night was banking the fire. * » v Segrid Kohlhass told me her sister Yarda and husband, Dr. and Mrs. Lyle Ellis, are spending the winter in Florida. Among the places visited so far have been Seafaring, Daytona Beach, Fort Pierce and Palm Beach. Doesn't that sound wounderful? * • • Spring must be just around the corner! Elmer and Ruth Phillips have bought a small trailer house in preparation for fishing trips and summer vacationing. » » » It is not unusual to read about — "Mrs. So-and-so poured," but this has a little different switch. Hank Geilenfeld poured at a recent party at which the rest of the participants were his wife, Mr. and Mrs. "Bud" Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Esser and the hosts, Mr. and Mrs. John Levy Well, we believe in the equality of the sexes don,t we? Usual Auction Terms Not Responsible for accidents ESCHER PIRSIG, Owner Wagner & Wedel, Auct. First National Bank of Elmore, Clerk Kohlhaas duplex oft street the GiimofS hbuSe*, Well f it's true, Harold and ms parents Mr. and MrsVE, A Gilffiore lived there for years, and I've been; at parties thefe. To me it's the Gilmore place. Likewise, the house east is the French house, the Raymond Norton house is the Putch place, the Kreseflsky house is the old Starr home — and thus it goes I Then there is the Tribon place'on Thoringtort Street, the Doc Rist and the Dick Palmer places. And no matter how many changes from residence to KdSsUth hospital ta ftoberts Rest ttonie to Good Sa- ttmritan. Home, this is still the Ambrose Call place, Yes, I'm a teal bid timer, s '..•'*' * * 1 ant proud possessor of a valentine sent me by friends whom I have thanked in person. Two hyacinth blooms are but in full and another coming on. How spring-like they look. And what a lift they give to my room as well as to me. Thanks again. Wed 25 Years, Bergmans Of Bancroft Feted Bancroft — On Sunday, Feb. 11, the children of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bergman honored them on their silver wedding at a reception for relatives and friends in St. John's church hall. Marian McGuire was. married Feb. 8, 1937 to Laurence Bergman by Father Sylvester Grady in St. John's Catholic church. They have made Bancroft their home and have farmed the same farm since that time. The have four children, Mrs. (Donna) Leland Derner, Redwood City, Calif., Kenneth, Meredith and Larry, Bancroft; one grandson Douglas Derner. Mrs. Bergman has eight brothers and sisters all Hying in Kossuth county. Mrs. Tim Doocy, Ledyard, Mrs. Richard Menke, Mrs. Cletus Dorr, Roy, Chas., Kenneth and Clarence, Bancroft, Bernard, Tltonka. Mrs. Cletus Dorr and Kenneth McGUire, attendants at the wedding, were present as well as the other brothers and sisters. Mrs. Bergman's niece, Mrs. Ves Kockler,'baked and decorated the cake. They received many lovely gifts and cards. CJDM Classifieds Par Dividendi SEE US ABOUT..... To sttlva your 9«>to ** or ' age probleml Site* from 500 bushels and up to fit your storage needs. 2*5553 Fo'r a complete package from a quality bin to concrete and erection, see'. . • Robinson Construction Co. Highway 18 East .Algona AUCTION SALE As I was unable to obtain a farm I will sell the following personal property on farm located 4 miles east, 1 mile north and % mile east (>l Frost, Minn.; or :i miles south and % mile east of Brush Creek; or :i miles north of Bricclyn. Minn., on blacktop and I'/i mile west ON Saturday, February 24 Sale Starts at 1:00 p.m. Johnson Lunch Wagon On Grounds 45 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK — 15 DAIUY CATTLE — 5 Holstein cows fresh with 4th and 5th calves; 3 Guernsey cows fresh with 4th and 5th calves; 1 Holstein heifer fresh with firsh calf; 2 Holstein past yearling heifers, open; 1 Guernsey past yearling heifer, open; 2 Holstein winter calves; 1 Guernsey winter calf. MACHINERY — 2 TRACTORS — 1953 Super "M" Farmall tractor, pulley and live hydraulic; 11)57 "300" Farmall, live hydraulic and PTO; 11157 Met'. No. 455A 4-row cultivator; 1956 J.D. No. 490 corn planter with fert. attach.; 1955 M.M. 2-row corn picker with rear elevator; 1949 Case AG combine with motor and wagon hitch, pickup, scour kleen and straw spreader; IHC 13-ft. wheel tandem disc; IHC 14-ft. single disc drill with grass seed attach; IHC 7-ft. field cultivator; IHC No. 8 windrower; J.D. 4-bar side delivery rake on ruhber; J.D. 32-ft. elevator and speed jack; J.D. 10-ft. spring tooth on rubber; Case 3-bottom 14-in. plow on rubber; IHC 4-section drag; A.C. No. «0 combine with motor; New Idea 12A manure spreader; New Idea manure loader with snow bucket; New Idea wagon hoist; IHC 2 bottom 16" plow. TRUCK — 1947 Dodge 2-T truck with box and 2 speed rear axle. SHEEP — .'to ewes to start lambing first of April. FEED — 250 bales of straw, 400 bales of mixed hay, alfalfa, clover and timothy. DAIRY EQUIPMENT — 2 unit Surge milker, pipeline for 12 cows; Masterbilt 4-can milk cooler; six 10-gallou milk cans. OTHER MACHINERY — Two 4-wheel trailers with steel flare boxes; 8 x 14 machinery trailer, tilt bed; steel wheel wagon with hay rack; David Bradley 2-whecl trailer; Koyker corn saver shield; IHC wheel weights; IHC hydraulic cylinder; 2 heat housers to fit tractors; 21 x 38 tractor chains; McCulloch 24-in. chain saw and bale rack. MISCELLANEOUS — 265 gal. gas barrel on stand; rubber tired wheel barrow; Surge electric fencer; steel posts and woven wire; electric fence posts; 75 ft. hummermill belt; 2 steel hog feeders; steel tanks; hog troughs; handy man jack; chicken equipment; oil barrel with pump; Hudson electric tank healer; 2 electric 'i h.p. motors; galvanized water pipes; plastic water pipes; 12 gauge Remington automatic shotgun; 22 rifle, single shot; Challenge pump jack; power lawn mower; and other numerous items. — SOME HOUSEHOLD GOODS. BUILDINGS — 1 12 x IS Cozy brooder house; 2 8 x 18 hog houses; 1 10 x 10 shelter range. Usual Auction Terms — No Property Removed Until Settled For — Not Responsible For Accidents HENRY KIENITZ, Owner Wcdel & Clark, Auct. Blue Earth State Bank, Blue Earth, Minn., Clerk winkle going up and down the hal the other day, learning to wal again. Supported by two nurse and a pair of crutches, he wa learning to balance himself am was doing a good job. Harrj Spongberg does his daily "const! tutional" past my door and he is doing fine too. • * • Some time ago I had an item on Alan Henrikson, son of Harold Henrikson and Mrs. Maxine Henrikson, who has received a Rhodes scholarship. He is a graduate of the Emmetsburg high school and credits his good fortune to the debate training he received there. His ability to speak with ease and on a variety of subjects contributed considerably to his winning. Alan is still a student at Harvard and is majoring in history. Hi* professors would like to see him enter into diplomatic law but he has made no decision. His vacation last summer was spent at the Iowa statehouse where he ghosted zero-hour speeches for Gov. Erbe. He has been urged to return there next summer. At present, he is doing a thesis on Henry Wallace. Many of you may scorn the humble but prolific dandelion, but ,o one person the flower has reached a rather exalted position Mrs. J. I. Merryman has some dandelion plants, potted if you please, and about to bloom. Well I'd be mighty happy to see £ green lawn right now dotted with the gay, yellow blooms. Wouldn' you? With the risk of bringing ire to the memory of my grandmother and her sister, Mrs. Thomas Henderson and Emmaline Heckart, I will reveal that they took credit for establishing the flourishing plants here. They told about bringing seeds to Iowa when they came from Elkhart, Ind., because they liked the color. Well, I have an idea dandelions were blooming before the advent of the Heckarts and it is a doubtful destinction anyhow. t « • So many Algerians know my cousin Melvin Henderson, Upland, Calif., I use excerpts from his letters every now and then to keep you informed on him and his family and he gives good word pic tures of his part of California. "A week ago Sunday a severe freeze was forecast and temperatures as low as 18 and 19. It did not materialize for which we are thankful, but a four inch rain did, and the mountains were completely covered with snow. What a sight. We had snow at the packing house, and even seme in our front yard. The last Sunday was a sum mer day. Today and all week has been just beautiful—about 75 to 80 and everything turning green and the flowering trees in bloom. We are going to the Sports Arena in Dairy Cattle and Equipment ^^MB PUBLIC 3 ATURDAY, FEB. 24 THIS IS A MORNIHG SAIE - TO START AT 9:30 A.M. 28 Head of High Grade Holstein Cattle THIS HERD IS ALL CALFHOOD VACCINATED, T.B. AND BANGS TESTED, INDIVIDUAL HEALTH PAPERS WILL BE FURNISHED DAY OF SALE. ALL COWS ARE OUT OF ARTIFICIAL BREEDING AND BRED ARTIFICIAL. COW NO. 1 2*' 3; 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 NO. OF CALVES First Calf First Calf Fourth Calf Third Calf Third Calf Third Calf Second Calf Third Calf Second Calf Third Calf First Calf Third Calf First Calf Third Calf Third Calf DATE FRESH Feb. 1 Due by Sale Date Feb. 7. Feb. 8 Jan. 20 Jan. 15 Milking Jan. 10 Due by Sale Date Due by Sale Date Due Apr. 16 Due by Sale Date DATE BRED Open Open , Open .Open Open Oct. 10, 1961 Open Nov. 15, 1961 4 LONG YEARLING HEIFERS, OPEN; 2 SMALL HEIFER CALVES; 7'BULL CALVES AUCTIONEERS NOTE - THIS IS AN OUTSTANDING HERD OF COWS THAT SHOWS LOTS OF PRODUCTION. DAIRY EQ UIPMENT Star /.can milk cooler, new May, 1961 1 - *•»* Surge pump, 2 seamless Surge buckets, IHC 4S cream separator Moll chain sqw, new chain Wood tank heater 50 ft. Super Chief rayon belt, new pipeline for 16 cows 1 — Round water tank, 8 ft, 1 — 15-in. Montgomery-Ward hammermill BUILDINGS 1 - New hay bunk; 1 - feed bunk; 1 - 12 x 16 ft. portable hog house, plonk floor; 1 - Norton walk-.n hog feeder, like new; 1 - feed bldg. 8 x 10ft. HAY - STRAW About 350 bales of second and third cutting alfalfa clover; and 100 bales of straw. . -»u „«„, banker No property to be removed from the premises until settled for. Not responsible for accidents TERMS - Cash or make arrangements with your banker. NO propeny v ^ ^ r should any occur. WALTER HIGH Quinn and Leek, Auctioneer* Iowa State Rank, Clerk

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