Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1944 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 14, 1944
Page 12
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PA6E SIX kOSSUTH ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA TOYLAND All kinds of toys for boys and girls —dolls, pull toys, stuffed animals, push toys, games. Christmas Tree Standards FARMS Y. DEC. U C5, H. Field Representative We spent a few minutes at the miss these friendly folks. We E. O. Mann farm, -northeast of . were shown a picture of a dntigh-; Burt, last week. It was the noon ' tor who attends high school at, hour, .and we had a fine visit) Lakota and will he graduated j with these folks. Both Mr and . when the school year is out. j Mrs. Mann have now passed the 80-year mark, but they keep well. Their son Dean does the farm work. Friday 1 Last week Monday Jake Smith, j northeast of Burl, had just come i home when we arrived, and he j said he had been at Burt for a at George: little shopping. Jake remarked We called _ ^ _ ,,,.--.., - -~., Meyer's, northwest of Lakota on j on""our fine fail amf said~he"n"ad No. 9, it was noon. Mrs. Meyers' ;J J1 his fall work dune up in sister and the latter's husband Ij'good shape. wei'e there. They are Mr. and| : ' # * •'•• Mrs. John Vokoun, who live aj We were briefly at-Charles Eg-j fcwe miles west of there on No. j gerlliY,, oast of Swca City, last; 9. * Mr. and Mrs. Meyer have two j week Wednesday, and found Mrs. j fine boys, and we were surprised i-Eggerth baking -a lot of good to learn that both of them acUi-1 things to cat. She had some ally like gum. They will soon be j.bread she had just taken out of going to school. I the oven, and it looked mighty * * * .good. Churles has built a new We had a little visit last week building in which he dries his Wednesday with Otto Karels, j seed corn. He has one of those northwest of Bancroft, while he drying machines that forces hoti Household Gift Suggestions Hall's Teapots Tool Boxes Seasoning Sets N .« ,.- , , Dinner Ware Relish Dishes Medicine Salad Sets Cabinets Pyrex Ware Casserole dishes Custard cups Cake pans Flame Ware Cocktail Trays Plateau Mirrors Fluffy Plaques Planter Pottery was cleaning out the barn. It seems only a few years since ho was a little boy. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Karels, farmed here up to only two weeks ago, when they moved to Bancroft, where, Otto said, they bought a home on the west side of the railroad tracks. Otto is now married. We figured, to look at him, that he is more than six feet tall. Fancy Pottery Cookie Jars illes Hardware When we stopped early last week at Harry McChane's, northeast of Burt, he had gone to town, and Mrs. McChane was just going out for her afternoon chores. The McChanes have lived on this farm a long time. It is knwn as the Gibbs farm, and the farm is still thus owned, tout the family has other land in Arkansas where they live and raise rice. * * .-:-When we made a stop one day last midweek to see Harry Looft, northwest of Bancroft, he was not at home, but we had a short visit with Mrs. Looft and one of her little boys. The boy was not feeling any too good that day, so he had stayed home with Ma instead of going to school. We stopped Friday to see Cecil i Black, northwest of Lakota on i No. 9, where he now lives on the ! C. O. Peterson estate farm. Mr; Peterson was formerly a county supervisor. Cecil formerly lived a half mile north of the Peterson place, but Carl Johnson, Gerled, moved to that farm. Cecil said he would be moving to Keister, Minn., March 1, and we shall Closing-Out I will hold a closing out sale on my farm located 2 miles south, 1 mile west of Lone Rock, on MONDAY, DEC€MB€R 18th SALE STARTS AT 1 O'CLOCK LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS 8 Head of Cattle 8 2 Holstein cows, 1 fresh and 1 to freshen soon; 6 high grade Holstein heifers, 1 year old. 2 Head of Horses 2 2 sorrel geldings, weight 1600 Ibs., age 10 years old. 80—TONS OF SILAGE—80 Farm Machinery, Etc 14-ft. Oliver disc; 1 silage rack; McCormick-Deering endgate seeder; John Deere corn planter with 120 rods wire; John Deere 4-section drag; John Deere corn binder; John Deere 16-inch tractor plow; Sandwich grain elevator with wagon hoist and speed jack, also horse power; 14-in. Ward's hammermill; McCormick-Deering side-delivery rake; M»Cormick-Deering 6-ft. grass mower. Hay rack with running gears; dump rack; 2 wagons, 36-in. box; 16-ft. land roller; 8 ft. oats swatter; 2 10-bu. Rotary hog feeders; 1 200-bu. hog feeder; clipper fanning mill; 8-ft. spring tooth harrow; New Idea manure spreader; 2 6x8 individual hog houses, good as new. HOUSEHOLD GOODS—5-ft. electric refrigerator; McCormick - Deering cream separator; 2 Alladin kerosene lamps. TERMS: Cash or make arrangements with your banker. Walter Krause FRED FLAIG, Auct. N. L. COTTON, Clerk air through the corn. Charles is!' thfc hybrid seed corn raiser in the North End of the county. One day l-:st week Mr. and Mrs. E.. A. Junkcrmeicr, west ofj, Burt, had just come home when i j we saw them, and they had • \ called at a neighbor's, Fred Ha- begcr's, first farm south on No. 169. Mrs. Junkcrmeicr said they had some good • coffee there. . E. A. told us that he raised some) I over 2000 bushels of corn in spite of the wet season. You former Ledj'nrd neighbors, listen to that. The other d?y we were at Mrs. Joe Elsbccker's, southeast of Bancroft, and her son Otto and a brother were at the house. Wo still miss Mr. Elsbecker, with whom wo always had u fine visit. He died a few years ago. Otto remains at home with his mother now, but he used to "batch it" a i j mile c?st from the home farm. Now his brother Walter lives on that farm. These boys are good farmers. F. X. Deitering lives on the first farm north of Bancroft on No. 169, but his son Walter, who lives with him, does most of the fft'm work. When we stopped there last week Monday the Dei- terings said they had been to visit a daughter recently. She lives at Burlington, and while the Dei- tcrings wore away, Andy Deitering, the faithful mail carrier out of Bancroft on "Rfd. 1, did the j' if v*-~ Y£ '^^^ WARM WEARABLES! Babies are our specially—and come Christmas we've the pick of baby gift winners! Cozy wearables to keep them warm, well dressed and happy thru Winter. All at bucket prices! • Warni buntings 3.00 and 3.98 • Dresses 1.59 to 2.98 • Blankets 79c to 4.98 • Bonnets 1.00 to 2,50 Children's Store 2nd Floor chores. We also talked with An(Continued on Page 7.) Closing-Out As i have decided to quit fanning, I will hold a Closing Out Sale of all my personal property located 'i- mile south and \/\ mile east of Lone Rock or Si/, miles east of Fenton or 1 mile north ami 'I'/, miles west, of iinvt, on SALi: STARTS AT 12 O'CLOCK SHARP LUNCH WAGON ON THE WKOIJXUS 3 Head of Horses - 3 One black gelding and 1 roan gelding, 8 and 10 years old, wt. 3(500. This is an extra good pair of work horsses. One bay gelding 5^ yrs. old, wt. 1400 well broke. Head of Cattle 24 Live milch cows, these are extra good cows; 5 steers coming 2 yrs. old; 7 heifers coming 2 yrs. old; 2 black spring calves; 4 summer calves; Hereford bull coming 2 yrs. old. This is an extra good bunch 01 catlle - • i..' 1 Farm Machinery r graln blndei " °- ft McCormick-Deering mower; 16-ft. McCornndc- k-Deering corn planter with 240 rods of 3 ft. 4 in. wire; McCormick r,nnv , VrPn r 8 ' Uoorn g d.sc; 10-tt. disc; M- paner wt rods of 3 ft. 4 in. wire; corm ondKate seeder; ^bottom 16-in. Moline tractor plow; 20-ft. Rock island drag and cart; 11- t. Kover 3- P -!nd o °?ow ; a i!T; Mc C°™? ick - De «-las ^ngle-row cultivator; Emerson single-row cultivator. J. .n .10. -2-1 ow cultivator; Deenng corn binder; 12-fl. hay rake; McCormick-Deering side delivery Sod S°aTr^T?f 8 ma 'r re T ead , ei ' : 48 - ft King "d Hamilton grain elevator with hoist and rucks spouting; 2 wide tire wagons with triple boxes; iron Wheel wagon and 2 hay HAY-BOO hales of Timothy and Clover mixed. Moxtly Clover. Tills hay Is all in the Iiani. oak dining room chairs; 10-fi. dining room oak !... merous to mention. Two dressers. washing machine wUh gas engine; and many other articles too nu TERMS — Cash, or see your banker. A. T. Foth OWNER FHEI) FLAIG, Auctioneer LONE ROCK BANK,

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