Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 11, 1971 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, January 11, 1971
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BUSINE! NEWS NOTES Kossuth County Unemployment In October ALMOST TWO MILLION dollars in unemployment insurance benefits was paid out in Iowa in October. For 36,164 weeks of unemployment, the total given out was $1,876,730.08. KOSSUTH COUNTY gave out $3,354.41 as payment for 74 weeks of unemployment. The Unemployment Insurance program is financed by contributions from employers. ****************************** HENRY C. GEILENFELD and Michael F. Schaaf, both of Algona, announce their purchase of the McCullough Funeral Home, Algona and Whittemore, from former Algona resident Robert W. McCullough. The transaction was effective Jan. 2, 1971. THE FIRM'S SIGNATURE has been changed to: Henry C. Geilenfeld - Michael F. Schaaf McCullough Funeral Services, Inc. Algona, la. Whittemore, la. GEILENFELD, an employe at McCullough's since 1945, is now an owner, the president and the chairman of the board of directors of the new corporation. Schaaf, a relative newcomer to Algona, is also a partner in the business and is the corporation's vice president and secretary. GEILENFELD IS a native of Algona, having been born and raised on a farm north of town. He graduated .from Algona High School and the St. LouifScnool 'of Mortuary Science Store returning to Algona in 1945. 'He i$<;a ift?rnl>er of the AlgbmFire Department, the Lions Club and the Trinity Lutheran Church. SCHAAF HAILS FROM Emmet, Nebr., and worked in Spencer and Avoca, la., before moving to Algona. He is a graduate of Ipwa Lakes Community College and Warsham College of Mortuary Science in Chicago, m. He is a member of the Algona Rotary Club and St. Cecelia's Catholic Church. New Disposal Service For Algona A n«w disposal service began operation in Alaona on January 1, 1971. The B-Gone Disposal Service, owned and operated by Lamont A. Wellendorf and Gary McDonald, will begin trash pickups in Algona on both a residential and commercial basis Friday. B-Gone offers once or twice- a-week pickups for residential customers and commercial firms can make arrangements for light or medium pkkups. CLARION - An Arkansas truck driver was rolling, along Highway THIS: •N- J THAT I 4 — Kostuth County Advance Monday, January 11, 1971 Lone Rock Aux. To Host Card Party Thursday LONE ROCK - The Lone Rock American Legion Auxiliary will sponsor a card party Thursday evening, Jan. 14 at 8 p.m. at the Lone Rock Legion Hall to which the public is invited. Lunch will be served by the committee in charge. A freewill offering will be taken. Mrs. Willie Kruse and son Darin returned home New Year's Eve after a trip to Houston, Tex. Mrs. Kruse accompanied her mother, Mrs. John Harms, Wellsburg; a brother, John Ervin Harms, Waverly and a niece, Marcia Furman, Bradford on a flight from Waterloo to Houston December 24. The group visited another brother, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Harms and Lisa. The visitors enjoyed their tours of the Astrodome and of NASA. They also drove to the gulf and ferried to Galveston. -o- Mr. and Mrs. George Harms, Jr. of Redfield, S. D., returned to their home on Sunday after several days of visiting with relatives in this area. The Harms were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eric Seegebarth, Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Marlow of Burt and the Richard Bristows of Lu Verne. -BACK TO CALIF.- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gross took their son Dennis to Des Moines, Wednesday, Jan. 6 for his return trip to Davis, Calif., where he attends the University of Calif. Dennis took a 7:10 flight Thursday morning after his return had been delayed due to the snowstorm. -o- Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Radig, Doug and Dion were Wednesday evening guests at the Hugh Lewis home in Fairmont, Minn. Also visiting at the Lewis home were their children Tech. Sgt. Richard and Mrs. Lewis, David and Pam of Warren Air Force Base, Cheyenne, Wyo., and Sgt. Virgil Lewis of Duluth. Virgil had just returned from a tour of duty in Alaska. The Lewis family are former residents of ' Lakota. 69 eight miles west of Clarion Jan. 6 when another motorist stopped him and told him smoke was coming out of the back of the truck. Unable to quell the blaze with a fire extinguisher, the man drove to the Clarion fire station where it took two hours to stifle the flames. In the meantime, $5,000 worth of strawberries bound for Minneapolis from New Mexico were lost. The fire was believed to have started when a spare tire fell down and hit a propane space heater used to keep the strawberries from freezing. FROM OTHER TOWNS j HUMBOLDT - A Humbolclt woman has been selected as queen of the pro football Super Bowl to be played Jan. 17 at the Orange Bowl in Miami, Fla. Mrs. Lome M. Michaelson was notified Jan. 6 that she has been named queen and will appear on national television at the game. Mrs. Michaelson's appointment was earned by her husband's achievement as the top production representative in the u. S. over the last four months for Wadell Reed, inc., an investment firm. -o- . CLARION - Proving that Suo- malianan (Finlanders) are not the only ones who can enjoy a Sauna (Finnish stearn bath), Jerry Gunderson of Lake Worth, Fla,, and Clark Holthaus of Clarion bathed in hot steam, then rolled in backyard snow. "The first 30 seconds weren't bad," Holthaus said. "But then the cold really gets to you." Holthaus is president of All Star Pro Golf in Clarion. -o- Complete Closing Out AUCflON As I have sold my farm I will hold a public auction on farm located 6 miles South of Jackson then 2 miles West on blacktop -OR- 2 miles North of Minnesota & Iowa Line on Highway 71 then 2 miles West on blacktop on: FRL, JAN. 15, 10 a.m. Egesdal Lunch On Grounds 35 HEAD OF CATTLE - 17 Hereford cows (3rd & 4th calf cows), Pure Bred Shorthorn bull ( with cows since July; 3 Hereford cows with calves at si'de; 15 Cross bred bull and heifer calves. 10 HOGS - 10 York and Hampshire Cross Bred Gilts to farrow in Feb., bred to Duroc boar. TRUCKS - 1961 Ford model F-600 with 13'/a combination grain and stalk rack, 4 speed transmission, 2 speed axle, 292 - V8 motor, excellent condition; 1962 Ford model F-600 tractor with air, additional 5th wheel t 4 speed transmission., 2 speed axle, 292 - V8 motor with new short block; International model KB 7 truck with long wheel base, vaccum brakes, 5th direct, new sleeves and motor; 1957 Ford 3-4 ton pickup, 4 speed transmission, V-8 motor. 4 TRACTORS - 1966 John Deere model 4020 gas tractor complete with 3 point different, lock, dual hydraulic, wide front, cab, low hours; 1953 John Deere model 60 with live PTO hydraulic, mounted 45 loader; 1951 John Deere model A with picker, with mounted 2 row model 227 corn picker, with grease bank and spiral rolls (tractor is late '51); Massey Harris model 30 tractor complete with loader and 2 way pump; Duals for 4020 snap on wheels, 13x38. SHEUER; COMBINES & CORN DRYER; JOHN DEERE POWER MACHINERY; OTHER POWER MACHINERY; HAY EQUIPMENT; FEEDING EQUIPMENT I MISCELLANEOUS. No Property Removed Until Settled For Usual Auction Terms Not Responsible For Accidents MARTIN CHERGOSKI, owner Ken Webster, Clarence Schuman, Clair Clark Auctioneers First National Bank of Jackson — Clerk Former Algona And Irvington Minister Writes From Sioux City A holiday letter from the Rev. and Mrs. Myron Brower, Sioux City, brings the news that they observed their 25th wedding anniversary in June, with the Brower children, the church and many friends participating. The son-in-law, Carl, is a seminary senior at Dubuque, and will graduate in June. His wife the former Mary Jo Brower teaches 2nd grade in Dubuque. De Anne, is a senior at Buena Vista and will also graduate in June. She is looking forward to a camping trip to the Southwest in January. Their son, Stephen, is enrolled at Morningside College, Sioux City, and lives on campus. He has a football and track scholarship and in December made the varsity track team. The Browers ministered to the Algona and Irvington Presbyterian Churches from 1952 -1964. -o-HOME FROM HOSPITAL- John Schulz, Algona, former Irvingtonian, was able to return home before Christmas after having been hospitalized at St. Ann hospital for approximately seven weeks. -o-MOVE TO BURT- Mr. and Mrs. James Gatton and family who have been living in the Irvington area since their marriage, moved to Burt, Saturday, Jan. 2, where they recently purchased a home, -o- Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Wiley and three sons, Ripon, Wise., recently spent a few days with the Raymond Metzens here and with relatives in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Wiley was hospitalized for several weeks last fall suffering from pneumonia, but has now completely recovered. New Year's Day dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Black and family were, Mrs. Luella Smith and Kenneth from Estherville; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hagg and Mr. and Mrs. George Kain, Maribel and J.C. of Algona, and Mrs. Frank Pruismann from Sexton. Visiting at the Blacks on Jan. 2 were, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Pruismann and family from Blairsburg. Ray Chamberlain, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Chamberlain of Algona, spent his two week Christmas vacation with an aunt and family, the Maynord Guderians at Phoenix, Ariz. Ray is a sophomore at the Kellogg Community College, Battle Creek, Mich., and made the trip with the family with whom he stays in Battle Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves of this area were New Year's Eve guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cook, Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Colwell and family, Ankeny, were visitors over the New Year's holiday at the home of Mrs. Colwell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Cape sius. When the Col wells returned home they took with them their son and daughter, Bernie and Diane, who had been visiting for a week at the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Capesius. The Charles Col- wells also were dinner guests New Year's Day at the home of Charles's mother and uncle, Mrs. Florence Colwell and and Claude Fowler in Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer, Lone Rock, and their daughter, Mrs. Jim Sloan of Algona, were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Siemer, Wednesday, Dec. 30. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Davidson and daughters, Lu Ann and Robyn, and the granddaughter Jan Arndorfer, drove to Mallard Tuesday evening and were supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Arndorfer and family. The Davidsons were also returning Jan Arndorfer, daughter of the Tom Arndorfers to her home, after she had spent the Christmas holidays with them and brought home their daughter Jayne Froehlich who had been visiting at the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Arndorfer -HORSE TRAINER- Mrs. Barbara Noll, Sioux City, recently spent a day at the John Schnakenberg farm looking over the race horses. Mrs. Noll is a trainer. -o-VITZTHUM HOME NOW- Francis Vitzthum, Whittemore was returned to his home before Christmas from Mercy Hospital, Mason City, where he had been since being injured in a motorcycle accident Nov. 29th. Francis, a son of the George Vitzthums, still wears casts on an ankle and one hand and is confined to a wheel chair, the hand cast preventing him from using crutches. -o-BACK TO SERVICE- Pvt. Terry Ziesmann, accompanied Spec 4 Jerry Sankey and Mrs. Sankey of Fort Dodge back to Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., Sunday, Jan. 3. The group left at 8 a.m. and arrived at their destination about 7:30 p.m. Terry had a plane ticket to return on Monday but as space was not available he was taken to Ft. Dodge by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ziesmann to accompany the Sankeys. He called home to report that of the 56 in his barracks only 5 were able to make it back on time because of the storm. Terry, who was Ai I have decided to discontinue farming I will hold a public auction on the Hugl Williams farm located 3 miles south, 1 mile west and 3 /4 mile south of Titonka or 7V: miles east and V* mile south of Burt, on 12:45 P.M. Thurs., Jan. 14 LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS 12:45 P.M WAGONS ETC. ~ 2 TRACTORS 2 1958 JOHN DEERE MODEL 620 Got tractor, good tires, power steering, live power, roll-o-motic, fluid in tires, good original paint and real sharp. LATE 1952 JOHN DEERE B Completely overhauled, good tires, good paint, with Duncan loader to be sold as a unit. COMBINE 1966 International No. 203 Self Propelled combine, 13!/j ft. header, robot control, hydraulic controlled Hume reel, straw spreader, pick up, full vision cab with fan. Real sharp and clean. POWER MACHINERY New Idea 305 mounted picker. New Holland 270 hayliner, P.T.O., like new. Darf 5 wheel hay rake, new. 1966 Allis Chalmers No. 500-4 row planter. M.M. 14 ft. wheel tandem disc, 18 inch blades. Windpower 4 row rotary hoe. John Deere 55 A-3-14 inch plow. John Deere No. 40 cultivator, mounts 620. John Deere No. 5-7 ft. power mower. OTHER MACHINERY International 20 ft. harrow, steel evener. New Idea 44 ft. wide type elevator. Kelly Ryan 36 ft. portable elevator, P.T.O. A.C. 2 row stalk cutter. John Deere model H spreader. I.H.C. endgate seeder. Co-op 2-14 inch plow, Energy drive on wagon hoist. Westcndorf heavy duty farm trailer, oil new 9x14 inch 6 ply tires, with 6x12 ft. Dohrman wood barge box and 8 ton Brayhill hydraulic hoist. Westendorf trailer with extra good 16 ft. ' flat bed. I Westendorf trailer with new 14 ft. flat bed. Farm trailer, good tires, 5x10 ft. wood ' barge box. Old trailer with 6x12 ft. wood barge bo« • for feed wagon. MISCELLANEOUS Clinton 3 H.P. gas engine has run about 2 hour*. 300 gallon gas barrel and steel stand. John Deere 2 way hydraulic cylinder. Single hydraulic cylinder. Steel yard and rood drag, cattle oiler. 2 good tractor umbrellas. 13.6x38 tractor chains. Vi H.P. electric motor with centrifical water pump. Jefferi high speed rotary shields. Red I White portable air compressor. Johnson gas tank heater. 30 steel fence posts. Some good 1 inch A 2 inch used lumber. Wood and cob tank heater, used tires. 3 rolls slat cribbing. Me. D. cream separator, 2-16 ft. feed bunks. HOG EQUIPMENT 2 Pax 85 bu. 12 hole hog feeders, just Ilk* new, 12 ft. x 24 ft. good hog feeder platform on skids. 25 bu. round hog feeder. Pax 15 bu. steel pig feeder. 4 steel hog water troughs. 4 wood hog troughs, 3 steel barrels with hog fountains. 12 heat lamps. SHEEP 10 good ewes turned with purebred Suffolk buck October 8. Purebred Suffolk buck 4 years old. STRAW ISO boles good stow in blarn. home on a 15-day leave will continue at Ft. Leonard Wood for five weeks of A.I.T. Personel training. Jerry Sankey is the son of the Robert Sankeys formerly of this area. -o- New Year's guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Divis and family, were Mr. and Mrs. Ranney Leek and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gulledge and small daughter Brenda Marie, who have been spending some time visiting at the home of Mrs. Gulledge's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Siemer of this area, returned Wednesday, Jan. 6, to Waukegan, 111., where Mr. Gulledge will be employed. New Year's Eve guests at the Durwood Walkers were the Erby Shiplers and the Gerald Schmitts. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wickwire, accompanied by their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Holtz, Maruoketa, returned Saturday, Jan. 2 from a trip to St. Petersburg, Fla., where they visited Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Wickwire. The T. E. Wickwires were residents of this vicinity for many years. LuAnn Davidson, recently spent several days visiting at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Davidson at Lu V.erne. The Dennis Olsons visited Saturday evening, Jan. 2, at the Durwood St. Johns, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Elmore - NOTICE - The ALGONA EDUCATION ASSOCIATION will accept bids on Group Life Insurance and Income Protection Insurance. See Adolph Knobloch or Howie Stephenson at Algona High School. Bids are due January 18,1971. Auctioneers Note: We hove never sold cleaner, sharper and better kept machinery than Mr. Shipler has and don't forget there will be no tools or small items sold so pleas* •« here at 12:45 sharp. Quinn and Leek. T«rms: Cosh. No property removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents. FAY SHIPLER, Owner Auctioneers: Charley Quinn, Bancroft; Dutch Uek, Wesley. Clerk: Titonka Savings Bank. * WE (LL MAKE YOU FEEL Rl QHT AT HOME HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN Association of Algona State and Harlan Streets, Algona, Iowa 50511 • STATEMENT OF CONDITION December 31,1970 ASSETS First Mortgage Loans $30,470,564.98 All Other Loans 325,376.23 Real Estate Owned and in Judgment 637,345.67 Cash on Hand and in Banks 24,993.62 Investments and Securities 2,,605,982.75 Fixed Assets Less Depreciation 180,924.95 Deferred Charges and Other Assets 406,295.89 Total Assets —_ $34,651,484.09 LIABILITIES Savings Accounts $29,813,326.56 Advances from Federal Home Loan Bank . ; 500,000.00 Loans in Process -. . 766,910.37 Other Liabilities 597,815.84 General Reserves $1,882,525.26 Surplus 1,090,906.06 2,973,431.32 Total Liabilities and . Net Worth ____ $34,651,484.09 ACCOUNTS NOW INSURED UP TO $20,000.00 MEMBER FSLIC • m VVV DIRECTORS: C. R. LaBarre, Chairman of the Board. M. J. Mowers, President. Hon. G. W. Stillman, District Court Judge. G. D. Shumway, Attorney at Law. Harry L. Greenberg, Greenberg Auto Supply Inc. Dr. Karl R. Hoffman, Dentist. Duane E. Dewel, Publisher. M. G. Norton, Justice of the Peace. OFFICERS: C. R. LaBarre, Chairman of the Board. M. J. Mowers, President. Mark R. Stanton, Vice President & Secretary. Richard A. Ringsdorf, Treasurer. Jean Miner, Cashier. Jerry S. Broselle, Accounting. Shumway, Fristedt & MacDonald, General Counsel. NOW, MUCH MORE FLEXIBILITY ON YOUR SAVINGS We're now compounding interest quarterly on pass book savings - and crediting or paying it to you quarterly on March 31, June 30th, September 30th, and December 31st. Much more flexibility and your passbook savings will earn more too: Save $200.00 or more during January and receive your Salem China or Rose Royale tableware. HOME FEDERAL ALGONA, IOWA ••k "/A on REGULAR PASSBOOK SAVINGS Certificate Rates (Compounded Quarterly) »* 5 0 "/A on 1 YEAR CERTIFICATE SAVINGS TT f V ($1 ' 000 Minimum) on 6 MONTH CERTIFICATE SAVINGS ($1,000 Minimum) 6* A ° n ,* ;L Y . E . APl CERTIFICATE SAVINGS (110,000 Minimum)

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