Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1944 · Page 7
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PAGE SIX KOSStfTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALOOMA, IOWA Closing-Out Public Auction on the Jennings farm ' i mile north of the first four corners on the northeast edge of Livermore. Because of my ill health, I am quitting farming and will sell the following property on Monday, December llth BKOIXSISfl AT 1:00 |». M. 37 Head of Livestock 37 18 Head of Cattle 18 Eight milch cows, some milking, others fresh soon; 4 2-year-old heifers; 2 1-year-old heifers; 4 last spring calves; 2-year-old purebred Brown Swiss bull, not registered. Head of Horses Span bay mares, well matched, 11 and 12 years old, wt. 3600 Ibs.; span black geldings, well matched, smooth mouth, wt. 3700 Ibs. 15 Head of Feeder Pigs 15 Average weight 75 Ibs. io 100 Ibs., good and thrifty. L'lM) W1IITK LKlillOICV ITLLKTS, LAYING 250 Shocks of Kxcellent Corn Fodder Sonic Wild Hay in Barn Machinery, Etc. All of this machinery is in good condition and ready to work. Model A John Deere tractor, rubber in frciit, skeleton wheels in back; corn plow for Model A John Deere; 14-in. No. 4-B Jchn Deere tractor gang plow; 20 gt. John Deere flexible sieel harrow; harrow carl; 14-fi. Oliver tractor disc; John Deere endgate 80 rods of wire; new John Deere 6-ft. mower; seeder; John Deore No. 999 corn planter and new John Deere 11-ft. dumo rake, heavy. David Bradley manure spreader on rubber; Jchn Desre wagon and box, wide tire; John Deere auto steer truck wagon and rack; truck wagon and box: John Deere, 10-ft. disc; 36-ft. Sandwich elevator with power hoist; light truck wagon; 2-row Int. horse drawn corn plow; single-row corn plow; 18-in. sulky plow; 14-in. gang plow, horse drawn; 2 30-gal. oil barrels; 2 15-gal. oil barrels; 7 S5-gal. fuel barrels; Int. cream separator; 2 8-gal. cream sans. Tank heater; electric motor and pump jack; 45-bu. hcg feeder; 3 mineral feeders; water barrel with waterers; slop barrel; hog trough; 6 hog pans; chicken feeders and waterers; brooder stove; brooder house 12x12, nearly new; 2 sets of breeching harness with 24 and 25- inch collars; pitch forks; shovels; hay forks; slings; hay knife; ocst auger; steel post driver; wire stretcher; hand corn sheller, steel; other articles loo numerous to mention. HOUSEHOLD GOODS—Home Comfort ra ige, gccd; heater parlor furnace; 13-in. oil burner. I reserve' the right io use these stoves until I move to town, which will be in about two weeks after the sale. Some other items. TERMS—Cash, or see your banker if time is desired. No properly to be removed until settled for. O. L. MILLER, Prop. COLWKLL HKOS., Auctioneers „ , L1VKKMOKE STATE HANK, Clerk SHOWER AT LONE ROCK GIVEN FOR EUONEROCKER Lone Rock, Dec. 5-*A miscellaneous shower was held Friday for Mrs. Dale Linahon, nee Lu* ella Ackarman, formerly Lone Rock, now of Ventura, but she was sick in a hospital, SQ could not attend. Some 40 people Attended, and among them from out of town were Mrs. August Peterson, Swea City, Mrs. Glenn Burt and Mrs. Clarence fender- son, Armstrong, Mrs. C. Ackarman, Burt, Mrs. Conrad Heerdt, Algona, and Mrs. James Ackarman, Ventura. Games were played, and lunch was served by the hostesses, 'who were Mesdames Alex Krueger, Hiram Ack* arman, Ralph Thompson, James Long, Jack Quinti, Emil Kraft, Fred Schultz, Wm., Fred, and Frank Flaig, Tena Jensen, Robert and Earl Ackarman, and Ernest Jensen. Vanishing Tea for U. S. W.— A vanishing tea was given at Mrs. Bernard O'Donnell's last week Wednesday evening, Mrs. Mitchell and Mrs. Delmar Fischer assisting, and attending were Mesdames Schadendorf, .C. M. Gross, Andrew Thompson, Dick O'Donnell, Roy and Otto Jensen, Hugh Walsh, Leo Nurre, Bancroft, James Murphy,' A. H; Hutchinson, and Fred Flaig, also Tena Jensen. The evening. was spent at 500. and Mrs. Gross won •high prize, Mrs. Walsh low, Tena Jensen door. The sum of $4.55 was received for the U. S. W. Farewell for Algona Boy— Mrs. Ray Bierstedt spent Saturday and Sunday at the parental Claude Sigsbee's, Burt, and all were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Bierstedt's grandmother, Mrs. Kate Dittmer, Burt, in honor of Boyd Gran/:ow, who is leaving for the army sometime this week. The Ray Bierstedts spent Sunday evening with Ray's folks, the E. C. Bierstedt's, Burt. Surprise for Birthday— A surprise birthday party honored Mrs. Lawrence Rath Friday evening at Lawrence Rath's, and attending it were the Albert Shasers, Mrs. Chris Shaser, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rath, Algona, the Clinton Raths, Lu Verne, the iHarvey Raths, and the Ralph fHurlburts. Surprise for a Birthday— A surprise birthday party was given Monday in honor of Mrs. Emil Kraft, Mrs. Claude Sigsbee Iowa's New Methodist Bishop Displays Banner of Crusade ~ DBS MOINES, la.—Bishop Charles Wesley Brashares (left), assigned last June to supervise Iowa's 1,200 Methodist churches, points out to a friend the symbolism of a mantle laid by laymen upon his shoulders during recent Installation ceremonies here. The state map shows the three conferences and fourteen districts under his Jurisdiction. On the world map the cross Is centered on the Pacific to indicate the future Importance of this area. . ' Bishop Brashares explains that >the words "1944—GrUsade for Christ— J948" refer to Methodism's five-point, post-War program, which Includes emphasis upon evangelism, stewardship, church school attendance, International collaboration and the raising of $95,000,000 for relief and reconstruction. Before his election to the episcopacy last spring Bishop Brashares had been for a decade pastor of First Methodist Church, Ann Arbor, Mich., and the preceding 12 years at Grace Church, Dayton, O. and Mrs. Gordon Sigsbee, Burt, ' Mrs. Ray Bierstedt, Mrs. Calvin Householder, Mrs. Henry Gettman, Mrs. M. E. Blanchard, and Mrs. Fred Genrich attending. ALE ! Home From Coast Visits— I Mrs. Glenn Householder got home last Thursday from a , month with her sister, Mrs. Howard McChesney, Van Nuys, Calif. Mrs. Wm. Householder and her daughter also got home (Fenton) after a visit with the former's husband at Long Beach. Eightieth Birthday Observed— Sunday dinner guests at A. J. Meyer's in honor of Mr. Meyer's 80th birthday were the A. J. Meyers Jr., the Lloyd Hutchin- sons, the Ernest Meyers, Burt, the Frank Meyers, Seneca, and the Edw. Meyers, Fenton, To Brother.in-Law's Funeral— Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hpuse- hlder and Clarence Householder attended the funeral of a brother-in-law, William Barker, Swea City, Sunday. I Leaves After Furlough— j Charles Lockwood, Rdn. 2-c, left on return to Boston Friday after a 27-day leave with his par- Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lock" Wood. Wave Back to Job— S. 1-c. Marjorie Pettit, of the Waves, has returned td Wash. J ington, D. C., after ten days at the parental George Pettit's. Other Lono Rock. , The Karl Ewoldts spent Sim* day evening at Marlow's. The Emil Persons were dinner, guests at Floyd Duncan's, Burt. Mrl and Mrs. Wilfred ftadig had dinner with Wilfred's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig. The Leonard Warners, Bancroft, were dihi ner guests at Mrs. Warner's Sister Mrs. Dick O'Botinell's. : Sunday dinner guests at Emil Kraft's were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schullz, Mrs. Mildred Meskimen, and the latter's son Lawren'ca, Cylinder, and the • Fred Kulow's, Osgood; and Friday evening callers were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Reisner and Mrs. Minnie Reisner, Lotts Creek, Mrs. Albert Thompson, of DCS Moines, and her son Mervin, a flight lieutenant, spent from last week Monday till Thursday with the former's mother, Mrs. M. E. Blanchard. Mervin had been at Lubbock, Tex., but was expecting a transfer to Louisiana.' The James Doocys, the Arthur Claussens, Swea City, and the Leo Lampes and Dorothy Lampp, Bancroft, were Sunday dinner guests at Bernard Jensen's, and Alan Claussen, who had spent a week at Bernard's, went home with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger were Sunday dinner guests at George Long's, and, the Longs spent the evening with HAr.-s. Long's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ackerson, Wesley. '.•>• The Ornie Behrends family and the Ralph Hurlburts spent last week Wednesday at Fairmont with the parental Ora Hurlburts. The Ralph Hurlburts were Sun- clav dinner guests at Ornie's. The Lyle Marlows were at Victor Whalen's, Dolliver, for dinner, and were supper guests at Mrs. Marlow's sister Mrs. DWELLINGS . HOUSEHOLD GOODS - FARM PROPERTY R.S. Blossom Insurance Agy. General Insurance • LOW RATES AUTO - TRUCK INSURANCE Bonds — Work Compensation — Health — Accident — Life 5tf , Complete jjj= Having sold my farm and decided to move to to\vn, I will offer and sell Io S *''« lite''"'*! luul l»est Itidder, without, reserve on my farm located 1}4 miles west S oi Whittemore, on old IS on I FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15 = U'MJII >VA«OX (»' fJUOi;M)S SALK STARTS AT 1 O'CLOCK 12 : Head of Horses = TWO U001) SMOOTH MO ITII WORK HORSES 118 Head of Cattle 18 One Guernsey, 1 Spotted, 1 llolstein, (> Swiss and Guernsey crossbred, 8 fresh now. All these cows are about .'5 to 7 years and a real bunch of dairy coivs. One Brown Swiss heifer, 2 years old; 2 spotted red and white heifers; 1 black heifer; ,'{ red heifers; 1 red steer; 1 spotted steer, 1 year old. All t. b. tested. Machinery, Etc. One F-20 McCormick Tractor and 2-row Cultivator Mc-Deering manure spreader; horse hay buck, new; Dain hay stacker, good shape- Emerson corn planter with 300 rods new. wire; 3-sec. drag, 20 ft.; 9 ft. Case field cultivator like now; surface cultivator; McCormick horse cultivator; 8-ft. Deering binder, good repairs-' John Deere 2 or 3-bottom Iracior plow, 14-in., with breaker bottoms; 10-ft. disc; McCormick 7-ft binder; hog chute and troughs, waterer and feeder; hay rack and wagon; Mc-Deering all steel wagon with roller bearings; McCormick-Deering endgaie seeder; scoop board; hand corn sheller; Wenzelman 32-fi. elevator with hoist and speed jack; garden plow; slip scraper- Me- Cormick-Deering 5-ft. mower, like new; McCormick-Deering 10-ft. hay rack, self dump extra good condilion; cistern pump; 40 ft. IVi-in. pipe; barrel spray. Fairbanks 600-lb. scale; garden seeder; grindstone; school seats; 2 %-in. cables, 60 and 90 feet; some eave spouting; oil drums; britchen harness; 100 cross ties; cooling tanks- steel lank; electric DeLaval separator, 800 Ibs., used two years; cream cans and milk pails'; feed barrels; 5 cross-cut saw, almost new; pump jack; 40 bundles lath; Sandwich 2"/2-horse en- gme; belts; 25 tons prairie hay; 4 rope.hay slings; trip rope, 60 ft.; wheel barrow; hand seeder; McComb brooder stove; chick feeders and fountains about 800 ft. good hard manle floor^ mg; 1-in. by 2>/4-in. 175 NEW HAMPSHIRE RED PULLETS, LAYING NOW HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC.-Stove mover; heating stove; 5-ft. bath tub; kitchen cabinet; bedstead; kerosene lamps; lanterns; laundry stove; kraut cutter. Other articles too mi- merous to mention. i.1 TONS OF GOOD Ul'LAM) WILD HAY IN BARN TERMS—Cash, or make arrangements with your banker. I Chas. H. Aman j HI ('HAS. (jri.VN, Auctioneer 10VTA STATE BANK, Algona, Clerk g illllllHIIIHIIII!^ CLOSING-OUT SALE Having rented our farm, we will hold a complete closing out sale at our farm located 5 miles south, & mile east of Sexton; 7 miles north, % mile east of Lu Verne, on SALE BEGINS AT 12 O'CLOCK r j December 14 LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS Head of Cattle Six Shorthorn inilk cows, 3 milking, 3 to freshen soon; 3 y e a r 1 i „ g Shorthorn steers: 3 yearline Shorthorn heifers; 8 bull calves, wt. about 250 Ibs.; 1 heifer calf, wt. about 250 Ibs.; ! roan SliorthoS Lull calves, wt. about 400 Ibs.; 1 red hetfer, 7 mos. old; 1 roan heifer, 7 mos. old. &l««thorn 3 - Horses 6* Mules - 3 Grey mule, smooth mouth; roan 4-yr,. 0 ld work horse, wt. about HJOO; roan marc 3 years old. Head of Hogs 50 head of feeder pigs, wt. from 175 to 200 Ibs. All vaccinated. MACHINERY, ETC. F-12 Farmall tractor, rubber in front, good condition; 12-in. Little Genius gang plow; 10-ft. John Deere tractor disc, nearly new; New International corn planter with fertilizer attachment, 160 rods wire; 2 new Jamesway 500 chick size oil brooders; large assortment chick feeders and wzierers, some steel, some wood, chick size and flock size; good 4-sec. flexible drag; Min- nesola binder. 8-ft.; all steel Farmer's Friend portable grain elevator, speed jack and hoist, 40-ftl; Minnesota 10-ft. rake, new; Deering 6.ft, mower; 4-wheel trailer and box, fair rubber; trailer and box; Buck Eye wagon. Two-row cultivator tractor; John Deere low-down manure spreader; John Deere endgate seeder; new hay rack with steel running gear; sickle grinder; 12xl4-ft. Cozy brooder house; 6 side (7-ft. on side) brooder house; new 20x14 ft. hog house; 9x24 ft. hog house, all buildings on skids; 2 electric fences, 1 battery set. I electric set; movable plank feeding floor; 2 wooden self feeders; new round steel self-feeder; water tank, steel on skids; cob house, 8x12 ft. on skids. Three SO-gal. gas barrels; M-jal. oil barrel; 10-gal. oil barrel; 16 hog trough*/JarV» and small; McCowntek- Deering No. 4 cream separator; several milk pail* and cream cans; set of Blue Ribbon harness; set new fly nets; 3 horse collars; tank heater; John Deere hand corn sheller; cooling tank; 19 ft. cattle feed bunk; 2 log chains; shovels; grease guns; forks; hoes; rakes; tools; and other articles too numerous to mention. •^^'^•^•^^^^^^••••^•MHMiMMMHMMlMHHMIHIVMVl^MMHVHHHBHMBPVHHMHMHBMMUb^H TERMS—Cash. No property to he removed until settled for. HOUSEHOLD GOODS 8-piece dining room suite; 2-piece parlor suite; 2. "* swrBarejssitt. 1 '*"• -* 450— CHICKENS— 450 FEED Steaw in barn. 16 loads. 500 bu. Control *e*d oats. H. BKUMMOM), Auctioneer ELMER AND VIOLA EMERY FAEMER'S STATE BANK, I* Ve r.«, dwt Dick O'Dohnell's Mr. and Mrs j' with the daughter v" . Bch at Esthervillo Snfnw Tginia . Culborteo " "« *-iLJvinji V11JP Xnti.,,,1 "•••«« Culbortsons were ^'^ er Aerie's, Fenton ° C ' S ' The Vincent Bohmm spent Sunday at S (ls fa " son's, Seneca- hn n m ' 1n boTjalds. at ' th» t, OTW( 'Of 1 home. fc Haf o!cl Mrs. Morris's , o were Sunday li the Charles £ r ? Mr. and Mrs. s yv * dorfer and William p" Cecil jffi ters Kather ne and r i J Mrs. Lydia BACKUP! YOUR i Increase | Payroll ml,. ZMenWaiedatS Manager of large, well feed, company mus t a two men for good paying' in the localities where newspaper is circulated, „ ier service and do sales w Farm experience or any of sales experience help Must have car. Pleasant, ] maneni work. Send only n; and address. Personal in,, view arranged. Write Box care this paper, Name Address Auction SALEI Three miles north and ,. . west of Humboldf on Hut! road or 2!/ 2 miles east of Rut! Iowa, Monday, December 111 BEGINNING AT 12:30 P.M,| Yocum Lunch Wagon on Gn 33 Head Livestock 31-Head of Cattle 25 PURE BRED ANGUS-I cows with calves at side! w»J calve this winter; bred coming 2 years; 6 bulls, able age; herd bull. 5 yew MILK COWS—2 Holsiein this fall; 2 Swiss, 1 fresh byi other this winter; 2 fall 2-Head of Horse Bay mare and gray m 1850 Ibs. each; both mouth. BALED STRAW MACHINERY, ETC. McCormick-Deering 2 16-in. plow; 6 ft., Case Case side delivery rake; <loader 2 yrs. old; John I* row tractor planter; John planter No. 999, with 80 r wire; 4-section, heavy . u harrow; Massey Harris disc; Montgomery-Ward na mill and belt; McCormi* ing No. 4 electric separator rack; fodder rack; flare top on toox; triple box wagon Deere running gear; steei running gear; endgate bob sled; 4 feed bunK chute; 2 Rotary hog wooden feed troughs; tou. wooden feeder; 8 gal. c waterer, heavy; 3 gal. &"* chick waterer; vise; forge, lb. platform scales; v,«» pump tools; electric fencer, nearly new breeching « collars; feed cooker; Vt »- Pj trie motor; 8x12 brooder 6-pen farrowing house, round cooling tank; 2 rope hay fork; hay, manure, " silage forks; fans for Eigi mill; die set; other m items too numerous to TERMS—Cash, no b« removed until settled i* Mrs. Mildred Wilcox PROP. Auctioneer FIRST NATIONAL ClcrK

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