Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1944 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 23, 1944
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r* * FARK three Imet aprons „. . . Henry Greenfield,' ,• T?n<?sell Winter, ta.- 3 A g mo U ng out S of"u5n attend- i r,. the Wilfred Carlsons, Arthur Andersons, Myron on, a" d Mrs. Anna Larson, [ swea City-_ _ ltt on Guest Leaves- clark , DesMomes, ^who weeks, left for Sunday. The Warburfons ,£ o Algona, where he by his daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Carl John- i'd his grandson, Clark who took him to their 'Fort Dodge, and were to n to DCS Moines Wednes[in time for Thanksgiving Iff. ary Gives Address— lev and Mrs. E. .H. Busch[Mrs W. E. Gutknecht, and 1C A. Gutknecht attended a loiiary meeting at the Burt fcyterian church Friday. Mrs. Smith, a missionary from who returned to America He Gripsholm on an enforced ugh, was main speaker. ,.nant Guest of Murrays— mday visitors at the Dr. H. Hurray's were Mr. and Mrs, F Hanson and the Peter Han| Forest City, and Lieut, and |W. R. Hanson, Fort Lauder- Fla., and their small son, [lieutenant on furlough and fling this week here. i in Get-Together— „. Leon Rustad, of Sioux , and daughter Rae were last guests of the W. D. Leys. ; Rustad and Mrs. Ley were ge chums when attending listana at Sioux Falls. Mrs lad's husband is in service in Son to Army—. icl'or and Mrs. H. H. Murray : their son Dennis to Algona day morning, and he lef tee for Dos Moines to be in I into the army. lie \ Oflicr Lakota News. pnday evening callers a Lester's, Swea City, to I Vance celebrate a -birthday : Harvey Claussen and Ray ' Adden, Thief River Falls ., the Raymond Beckers, the fge Ennens, and the Henry offs, Lakota, the Henry En- Elmore, the Roy Ennens, Rock, and Mr. and Mrs. Icr Steenhard, Swea City. iday dinner guests at the nond Becker's were Harvey ssen and Raymond Adden/ If'River Falls, Minn., Mr. an'l Henry Olfhoff, son .Harold,: Arnold Becker, and her son ist week Monday and Tues- Iguests of the Rev. and Mrs. Ihrnan were Glaus Rigter and ster, Mrs. John Fonken, of Glen Parcel, southwest of onka, is a now man there for Bartletl Bros., who i,,,. mn . f . armin «' operates both' il, f . Tike theater and a west sid,. ,.,r,, at Titonka. Glen was at, Anna 3ehnk.es when we met. hi,,, lauling corn from cornhickei- \,', the crib, and the pickers were »-„- -J? im P lenl y bl 'K.V. Hat-old Miller, Tilonka, farms there ami '.he men were picking with !•,«, wo-row pickers. E. O. Chamberlain, wesl n! frv- ngton, w,as a busy man Tluu s- day when we arrived. He . V a; nauling out manure. He had n->' )icked all of his corn, for !„' thought some of it was earn-in" .00 much moisture to be crib'i ••• •' Wrs. Chamborl.-.in told us ','liai ,he Chamberlain son w;is \vaitiii" for his call to military servir" * •;.-. * Last week Tuesday we spent a few minutes at Robert Oirli .f. son's, northwest of Ledyurd His neighbor, Ralph Johnson, was there, and Robert said he was i<o- ng to a sale. These folks phi; corn by hand, nnrl a son was- iiisl ready to go to the corn field. "n<, nust be a good corn picker, from the size of box he had on his wagon. 'H. A. Nelson, west of Tilonka. was fixing up a tongue for one of his corn wagons, when we saw him last week Monday. Last. year, when we called there at about this time, he had his corn all picked, so he took a litlle time out ,to hunt pheasants. This time Mrs. Nelson said the fine hunt-: ing dog had run away, and there was still more than a clay's picking to do. We saw Edward Hauptm.m, soulh of Wesley, last Thursday, and he is feeling much himself again. Last year he was just recovering from an operation. Though a man up in years, he is doing his own farm work, has his corn picked, and is ready for: the winter. " ! At the Farmers elevator nt Wesley last Thursday we found that Mrs. L. L. Lease is the busy ; bookkeeper. We had a short visit with her. Klaus De Boer. north of Wesley, was there, also Wallace Donovan, of Hulchins, both stockholders in the elevator, and they .are fine men to know. When we called on F. E. Kent at his big Ford garage at Algona lasl week Monday we found him C. H. KLAMP Fiold representative he was operating iv machines which parts. This is Hiii-old Ki.ich- l'"ivman. Thereof girls work- use Lopcr, for « how to use KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA rorth of Grant Center schoolhouse, and ho was plowing ;;rornd where he had had corn. He remarked that ho had more Kill plowing done this time than ever before. Prom tho looks of his well-filled corn cribs, he raised a good crop this season. PAGE FIVE SEXTON A week or so ago 'wo si ipncrl. to see Albert A. Johnson east of! wero nl Lao Steven's, Bancroft, and found him in hisi dl ' n ' Saturday. ' Mr. and Mrs. August The John Schulors and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Karels, Swea City, were Sunday dinner guests of the Oscar Hammonds. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven near Wo- ers there were Mr and Mrs. John Pink and the Earl' Stotts, Titonka. ' Mrs. Guy Thomasson, Marshalltown, is visiting Her mother, Mrs. Pearl Bcukema. 1G9 A. 3% miles N. I good laying MILES E. AND 5 from Algona over graveled highway. ''. K. U, •'•I'- Tu'-.-idfiy at the .Ins I '"'• '"-''Iliv/c.sl. O f Led-! • I/loyd said her hus- j ! 'if :-.o,i r;|en were pick- i ''•' |l: ''"'- She told us| !-;i'l !:idded her a lot! '•'"'• u-c wrote ,;,l)out the ' .'•''••' ! ''. 'I'lie dogs are all! v i'r. There are throe i "M'l last year at this were sie'c. work shop. He lias .a Rood lino , of tools, wherewith he does a lot! 'V' 11 , 111 ' d p u , g . hlcr ,. Mrs ' of his own repair work. Mrs.! " ld( -. Johnson was hanging out heri )iium wash, and she said she and Albert ware kept plenty busy. At the Eva Anderson farm south of the Grant Center school-building one day lust week Mrs. Anderson's son was hauling corn. A corn picker machine to do some of the picking had been hired. fri ^i'\'' t Jr., who lives '•'•''•:•'!- of Tilonka. was plow- 'i'''!'nd hi.-:! week- Mondjy 1 hi> had had corn, which ;ill !/if|-:ff|. Many farmers V'' vv "'•"iii.f; a lot of their .'in;; done. '. M. r;;ddV" Kirsch- Roland .and Mr.i. William Kirsch- spent the weekend with relatives at Mason City, and Mrs. Wm. Kirschbaum remained at her daughter Mrs. Harry Malaney's for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders were at the Lou Boleneus home Sunday .afternoon, and.other call- AN INVESTMENT IN THE FUTURE * VICTORY BONDS About 134 acres level to gently sloping cultivated ground, Clarion and Webster soils, balance choice blue grass pasture. Six- room house, part basement, and screened-in porch, garage, almost new portable brooder house and double crib, long chicken house, | tool house, granary, hog house and large barn with mow, stanchions and loan. All buildings repaired and painted white this fall. Good wind break and well grassed front yard, high line close, school one mile. Low taxes. Abundant supply of good water, i real estate broker or write Har- Will sell this farm worth the | old Oldhnm, 4229 Beaver Crc<?t money if bought soon. Sec your i Drive, Dus Moines, Ownor. ulf} t (1'ddm":-!. east of Wes-1 .".(•II in.y rearly for a .sale ' The:-.(; ftood folks will r Califoniia soon, and: he missed by a lot of [ Th'Te are three boys in i 1'if f.-iinily: Wayne, 8; Marvin, 7- ;iM<l Paul. ;j. The Giddings family wen- our next door neighbors at Ak;onu !<>r two years, and thev wei-e Hie best of neighbors. U(! harl a lot of Hood times with Ine hoys, and \ve wish them the best of luck in their new Hire. Last week Wednesday we found Edward Elwood, southwest of Irvington, doing some repair w °rk on his corn-picker. He has S, Uv °- row pull-type machine. Mr ' E!wood said he still had some ' r. v !i r '"' d;lv ' s Picking to do. His llltlp dau ? hlo! ' Sandra, aged a, attends kindergarten at Algona, and she told us she knew where wo live. Last Thursday when we called at A. J. Carman's, south of Wesley, it was noon, and we h.acl a fine visit with him and his wife. vcn- . Last Thursday when we called at A. J. Carman's, south of Wesley, it was noon, and we had a fine visit with him and his wife. They said they still had not heard from their eldest son Paul, who was reported missing in action more than two months ago. They have another son in service. II. N. Chri.sfensen. northeast ofj Burl, was fixing up a door for I IMS chicken house last week! Tiirsd-iy when we reached hisi place. Hi.; litllo boy was hclp- m};. and H. N. said the lad wasj his "I'oreniiin." Mr. Christenscn' had not picked much of his corn, | and he was hoping the weather would clear up, for it still showed plenty of moisture. The other day we called on Myrl Johnson, on one of the M. P. Haggard farms, the first farm W.POST BllAY A1SI) TRAIS'SF'J'IK Storage of All Kinds Long- Distance Hauling Every load insured against loss and damage of all kinds. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling and draying. PHONE 298 Algona, la. Kamrar. Mrs. J. O..Converse, Minneapolis, came recently for a week with her father, Arthur Hastings, and her sister Audrey. FUR! o]> Miirlu'1 Prices Paid for Mink, Muskrals, I?(Ml Foxes, and Skunk Greenberg Phone US 11-15 FOR LARGE Strong Litters |lh your sows with "Fox-No. Imeral" two weeks Mote Ming, then se»-1e«d Fox- Irate 2-1-40 to ihe sows all ugh the geslalion period. nee your grain with 100 3f Foxcentrate to 1400 Ibs. |9iam for your pigs from > to market. Cheaper gains our money back. I-1. Hildman "rile, see, or phone 3722 WESLEY, IOWA ALE u .T-; fn ? Jle * north ; Titonka road. and two >vember25 TIME: 1:00 P.M. quit far ™ng T will auction, the folio w- h iayrake - with corn . h f 3 _ Island .plow:, 2 2. '{>, :manure mamtainer, dump *~V — single har- work harness, capstan, wes ; « mi scellaneous 0 Hem 8 ? r " TERMS: Caffe. As I am quitting farming, I will sell the following described property at the farm located two miles west of Algona on Highway 18 on , NOV. 29 SALE TO START PROMPTLY AT 1 O'CLOCK 7 - HOESES • 7 One team sorrel mavcs, 5 years old, wt. about 3300. One team roan mares, 3 and 4 years old, full sisters, wt. 3200. One team black and bay smooth mouth horses, \vt. 3000. One roan gelding, 7 years old, wt. 1800. in DeYoung 35 - 13 Shorthorn and while face cows, 4 fresh now, the others to freshen cember. 13 Yearling white face calves. 5 White face spring calves. 4 white face calves. SHEEP 5 Ewes. 1 Buck CHICKENS 100 Leghorn Hens FARM MACHINERY ^s^^K^ box Minnesota hay loader; 5 -section exe arrow, new; endgate seeder, Sew; MSSck-Sering mower on rubber; 8 ft. grain binder. Kovar sprmg tooth harrow, new; 10 ft • J^ 2 ^ d ^ Interaational f eed grinder; Interna- Ford Ferguson weecler foi FOH! Uac «^ rfttor No 4; feob sled; tional hand corn sheik, Moumck g ^^ ^ ^^ bunks; brooder house; cream tank; brooder an shed, from sale date to February 1. TERMS: Cash, or if time is wanted, see property to be removed until settled for. clerk at the sale .or before the sale. No §•»•• ,jj m mm- JU A. MATERN, Auctioneer IOWA STATE BANK, Clerk Our Last Farm in Kossuth County is being offered For Sale v With March 1st Possession RE 3816 WADSWORTH 320 ACRES Located 1 mile east and 2 miles south of Swea City in Sec. 33-99-29 Improved wilh plenty of bldgs., elciricily; all tillable Webster and Clarion Soil. A producer. THIS FARM IS POSITIVELY PRICED TO SELL Liberal terms if desired. Mr. Farm Buyer: Whether investor or tenant, inspect this one Let your local realtor show you this farm, or contact E. T. Hauptmann, Rep. AETNA LIFE INSURANCE CO. Corwith, Iowa DWELLINGS • HOUSEHOLD GOODS - FARM PROPERTY R.S. Blossom insurance Agy. General Insurance LOW RATES AUTO - TRUCK INSURANCE Bonds — Work Compensation — Health — Accident — Life 5tf SMALL COST ON SHORT TIME LOANS YOU CAN BORROW $50.00 AND REPAY IN FIVE MONTHLY PAYMENTS AND THE TOTAL COST IS ONLY $4.50. You can gei $100—$200—$300 at proportionately low cost. Many folks find our service very helpful when ihey want extra cash quickly. Loans are handled privately—no inquiries of friends or relatives. REMEMBER—The cost is small on short time loans.. Let us help you today if you can use extra money. ' SPECIAL PLAN FOR FARMERS Phil J. Kohlhaas Algona, Iowa. Phone 22. General Insurance Agency Your Fall pigs need a balanced ration . . . corn and other grains supplemented with proper amounts of proteins, minerals, vitamin sources and Dextrose — to live and grow and gain — to build sturdy frames — to keep down feeding costs. HONEY MEAD MEEL is designed to do the job — easily, dependably, economically. Put your fall pigs on HONEYMEAD MEEL — and kee[> them on it. A COMPLETE LINE—There is a complete line of HONEYMEAD BALANCED PROTEINS for every feeding need — for hogs, sows, pigs, sheep, cattle, chickens and fcirkeys. Algona Flour & Feed Co. IS'ext to North-Western Freight Depot on 1«!) Phone 257 PUBLIC As I have sold my farm and will quit farming, I will sell the following' described property at my fiirm located 1^ miles East, }£ mile north of Whittcmore on old IS; 8}£ miles west, }•> mile north on old 18, known as the old Kick place FRIDAY, DEC€MB€R 12 O'CLOCK S1IAKP Head of Horses 6 One hay gelding- 7 yrs. old; black gelding 10 yrs. mare coining ii yrs; 2 sorrel mares coining 2 years. old; sorrel gelding 8 yrs. old, wt. 1000 Ihs.; sorrel II - Head of Cows - II Six high grade Holstein milk cows; 2 yearling Holstein steers; 2 Holstein heifers; 1 Holstein calf. 24 Head of Hogs 24 FEEDER PIGS, 100-125 LUS. 24 CHICKENS- FEMALE SHEPHERD CATTLE DOG -225 late May Pullets. PRAIRIE HAY, ALFALFA HAiT FARM MACHINERY, ETC. Grft. .King ..& Hamilton elevator; 14-i«. International tractor plow, new^ 11-ft. International .disc; John Deere hammermill, 4 yrs. old; 8-fh ciilti- packer, new; John Deere 999 corn planter; 8-ft. Deering hinder and canvas; John 'Deere spreader; 50-ft. International mower; John Deere broadcast, new; 1 4-septlon harrow; 1 2Tsectiou Jiarraw; hay rake, self dump. Low-Hvheel running gear, steel; 8-ft. spring tooth harrow, wide wheel running gear; low wheel running gear; 2 single-row cultivators; potato plow; tractor cross cut saw, 2_ blades; hay rack; separator with electric motor, 110 volt; pump jack and electric motor, 110 volt; 2 wagon boxes; 4-wheel trailer, 4 good tires; fanning mill; Chevrolet motor with speeed jack; horse power; speed jack. Montgomery-lWard electric .fencer; 140 .rods electric fence wire; 200-ft. 1-in. galvanized piping; 50 ft. G-in. rubber belt; Maytag gas nitytor; hog feeders; chick feeders; and other articles too numerous to mention. BUILDINGS— 1 ind. hog -house, 16x8 ft.; ind. hog house, 12x18 ft.; garage 18x8 ft.; huliding, 10x10 ft,, building, 10x8 ,ft»; huJUliug, ,12x8 ft*; hrooder 'house, 10x10 ft., new; brooder house, 10x8 ft., new; 100 ft.'lN'o. 0 outdoor electric wive; 3 electric radios; 2 2-v battery radios. Cash, or see your banker. F.F. FRED FLAIG and JOHN UHLENHAKE, Auctiueers FAHMERS STATE BANK,-Wlilttomore, Clerk,

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