Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1944 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 14, 1944
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KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA. IOWA FARMS 1 has helped work at the cafe at times, and she enjoyed it for a change, ! Tommy Godden, southeast of j Burt, slipped on ice while he was PAGE SEVEN doi1K chwi ' (ne recently ankle. At (Continued from Page 6 ) , --- ______ ....... __?____ _ lmrl Pi'1'.'imct.l his rii ane. dy later, and he said he helps out first tll( -' doctor thought it might ' on the farm whenever he can ° a '"''-"'<• hut when the ankle I The buildings on the place were was xt - ri| y wl H showed ,no break. ~. ----- 1 ii--__- ,.. .... . 'But Tommy said it lilted it. Tommy said his neighbors have been very kind and! come in and help with the chores. He also told us that his brother Jake, who fanned near there last summer, was laid up willi the flu at his home on No. Dodge St., Algona. , ,,_.. cu «»» u»iv. ^ JUV^M wcric. moved there from different places; the house from Burt, The house has been remodeled and makes a good home. * .-:: * Select From These Gifts Steel Wheel Wagons Sleds Maple Ski is Footballs Vise Grip Wrenches Hand Drills Hand Saws Electric Solder Irons Ironing Boards New Art Dryers Pyrex Glassware Dinner Ware Electric Table Lamps Picture Frames Glass Coffee Makers Hall China Ware Razors KoMhaas .. -. was very ; painful just the same, and he was getting around on crutches. This i was pretty tough on Tommy, for j ., f . j as ho remarked, lie had never Vemoh Burt, who lives north- i 'f cn luid up before. Mrs. God- ' 'east of Swea City, is always busv ' lia:i bce ' n workin g at the; when we. Call. This time, last I crnp P lant > rind K!I C said she I week Wednesday he was putting ; — up a new litter-carrier in his barn, and he said he had been lucky to get one. He does most j of his own carpenter work, and it shows that he is handy with tools. He remarked that he had sold some of his cows because they developed bang's disease. * * * Frank L. Ryersoh, northeast of Burt, showed us a good self- drawn map of his farmyard when we were there last week Tuesday. It shows to scale where the buildings stand and the driveway. . He sure did a fine job on it. Then he showed us a map that a son in Washington state drew, and his mother remarked that she thought he might have been homesick when he did it. At .least he must have been thinking of home. He wanted his 'fath'er to draw a map, and maybe he was going to show the other boys there how the old home OVERWORKED' 'HELP* ,W W flnfiuhson OPTOtnCTRIST TCL.436 place looks. Mrs. Ryerson is a daughter of LeRoy McWhorter, who owns the handy grocery in southeast Algona and is now very sick. * * * When we stopped recently at the Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hofius farm five miles north of Algona on No. 169 they were dressing chickens. They raise a fine flock every year, and many folks get to eat of their chickens. They said they were dressing these for the Chrome cafe, north of town. Mrs. Hofius remarked that she *^f2*t8^<fri^!#&<^^3 We have a Real I 'A; Assortment of Chenille Bed Spreads Reasonably Priced at Woodward's Adv«rlt<«4 In Charm Good Houieketptng Clamour V« B u. Balance your hen ration with HONEYMEAD GRO-LAY CONCENTRATE—to help you get best prolits from your hen house. You simply feed HONEYMEAD GRO-LAY CONCENTRATE "free choice" with grains to your hens. There is nothing to mix—nothing to grind. HONEYMEAD GRO-LAY CONCENTRATE contains calculated amounts of Vitamins A B D and E, ribcflavin, filtrate factor and Dextrose . . . nutrients hens need to balance grains for consistently high yield of firm shell eggs, to keep down feeding costs. It's the poultry feed you are looking for! Order your suppfy of UONEYMEAD GRO-LAY CON- CEWTR/17£ today i'ro.ii yotir Hoaeymsad dealer ijrB^^ pJlllHIIIHIIiiilllillilllllllM TSALE As I am unable to do the work, I am holding a closing out sale at the farm located 2 miles north and i mile west of West Bend, on osici Flour & Feed Co. ?iexl to North-Western Freight Depot on 169 riionc 257 DRESSES High Shade Ray on Faille Radiant color, brigh* and beautiful . . . right for now and later! Dressy, distinctive details with stitched ruffle collar treatment. Style featured is one of a lovely collection. S.95 Royal Blue, Magenta, Emerald Green. 14 to 42. GRAHAMS losing-Out Dec. 21 SALE STARTS AT 1 O'CLOCK 2 2 Smooth mouth sorrel horse, wt. 1100. Brown mare 7 years old, weight 1300 || =s '' Having: sold our farm and moving 1 to town will hold a closing' out sale on the premises (5 miles north ~ HH on 44 and }4 ^ule west of Whitteinore or 4 miles south on 44 and }4 ln '' c west of Fenton on 3 ( Friday, December 22 ( S ItKGTNMXG AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS 3 2 Head of Horses 2 MM I Ono team of roan mares 6 and S yrs. old, wt. about 8000, extra good team and well matched. Head of Cattle •Ml 14 I 3 Head of Cattle 3 Two good milk cows, coming fresh soon; one yearling Hereford bull. 60 - Head of Hogs - 60 Sixty head of feeding hogs, weight about 150 Ibs. f ^^^''''^'''^'^•••••••••••••^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M^^^^^HI^^^E^^MMBB^Bdl^KHKIBSlttHIMflHHHBIH^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^•^^••••••^i^"^^^^^^*^^^"^^'*™^^™^*^*^^^'^^^^™^ Farm Machinery, Etc. Oliver 70 tractor in good condition, with cultivator; Case tractor plow, in good condition; Maytag washing machine; 15-ft, John Deere disc; Maashers horse drawn mower, new this year; 10- ft. dump hay rack; New Idea manure spreader; 8-ft. Minnesota binder; McC-Deering corn planter; Mc-Dteering steel wheel wagon with rack; Mc-Deering steel wheel wagon with box; Mc-Deering endgate seeder with grass attachment ;4-section flexible drag; about 15 tons of good alfalfa hay in barn; ga$ barrels; hay slings; set back pail haftiew, nearly new; Mc-CDeering cream separator; milk cans. All machinery wfcs bought in the last few years. Other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS— Ciisli, or make arrangements with your banker. NORTE, Owner COLWELL BROS., Auctioneers SECURITY STATE BANK, Clerk g Consisting of 2 Holstein cows to freshen soon; 5 2-year-old s,teers; 3 2-year-old heifers; 1 2-yr-old ])!il!; and :) last spring; heifer calves. \ \ > 4 DOZEN WHITE LEGHORN HENS Farm Machinery and Tools Regular F-20 tractor on rubber, in good condition, partly overhauled this fall; tractor cultivator; {rood McCormick S-ft. hinder; Case corn planter, nearly new, with 89 rds. wire; Case 2-bottom 14-in. tractor plow, 2 yrs. old; John Deere manure spreader, new April, 1«44, hardly been used; Dain side-delivery riike; Dain hay loader; 11-ft. hay rake; S^sec. John Deere spring-tooth harrow; 4-sec. steel harrow; 5-ft. mower; 15-ft. tractor disc; 10-ft. disc; 8-{ft. ground roller; 2-hole corn shelter. Hay rack with steel truck; high wagon with triple box; 4-wheeled 6.00x16 rubber tired trailer with triple box; elevator speed jack; John Deere end.gate seeder; Galloway cream separator with electric attachment; set heavy britchen harness; set of light harness; 2 sets hay slings; harpoon hay fork; potato plow; walking plow; garden plow; 25-bu. Economy hog feeder; barrel hog waterer; 5 14-<ft. hog troughs; several rolls woven fence, about 50 steel posts; Morse Fairbanks S-in. burr grinder. TOOLS AND CHICKEN EQUIPMENT Set of taps and die; heavy post drill; power cycle and tool grinder; anvil; wagon jack; spray pump; barrel oil pump: 1/6 h. p. electric motor; 6-in. 20.ft. endless grinding belt; rope and tackle; 2 Superior junior grease guns; other articles. 4 4-ft. chick feeders; 18-ft. chicken feeder; set of 15 hen nests; 2 chicken waterers; Browder chick oil burner large size. SOME HOUSEHOLD GOODS and other articles too numerous to mention. MOVABLE BUILDINGS—Good 10x12 chick brooder house; 2 8x20 hog houses; 6x8 Cozy hog house, nearly new; 2 Oliver small houses on skids; 6x12 hay feed rack on skids. HAY AND STRAW—850 bales alfalfa hay and 850 bales straw, baled out of barn. USUAL TERMS—No property renvov_d until settled for. Fred E. Gustaf son H FRED FLAIG, Auct. llllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll FIRST TRUST & SAYINGS BANK, Armstrong, Clerk,

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