Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 8, 1971 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, March 8, 1971
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March Is DECA Month THREE OFFICERS OF Algona's DECA Chapter were present to witness the signing of a Declaration by Mayor William Finn announcing the month of March as DECA Month in Algona. The officers, standing left to right, are: Mike Ruhnke, treasurer; Mike Owen, chapter recorder and Debbie Brandt, secretary. The Distributive Education Clubs of America are celebrating their 25th anniversary and National DECA Month. DECA is the only national 'youth organization operating through public schools to =•' attract young people to careers in marketing and distribution. The organization, founded in J 946, has a national membership of 125,000 students in all Swea VFW Women Make Welcome Kits SWEA-EAGLE - Mrs. Robert Holm was hostess for Lt. Harry R. Montgomery Auxiliary to Post 3963 for a hospital meeting.. Mrs. Warren Thompson assisted as hostess. The ladies met Monday evening, March 1, to make welcome kits for'a V. A. Hospital articles were brought to fill them, and members made cash donations to the total amount of $6.00. Boxes of bibs, bed pads and carpet rags were packed to send. Carpet rags were also sewn. 50 states, the District of Colum-< bia and Puerto Rico. The Algona Chapter conducts a continuing program to develop leadership among DE students. Its members study a half day in school and work part time in jobs which compliment their academic training. The National organization is supported 'by leading American business firms, has a scholarship program, makes awards to outstanding students and conducts student leadership conferences. On March 9 and 10, DECA members will go to Des Moines to participate in the State Leadership Conference competing in various contests dealing with the many fields of marketing. Attending were hospital chairman, Mrs. Carlos Engleby, Mrs. William Mather, Jr., Mrs. Earl Kvamsdale, Mrs. Norine Danielson, Mrs. Elizabeth Holm, Mrs. Jens Madsen and Mrs. Kenneth Brones in addition to the hostesses. -o- Mrs. Joe Johnson attended the funeral of Mrs. Burt Harris at the Truman Church of Christ at Truman, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Miner of Cedar Rapids became the parents of a girl, Feb. 24. she is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Martin, and the great- granddaughter of Mrs. Johncarl- son. The baby's name is Tessie and her grandmother is the former Betty Muth. 1% Ik If/ " T th ° M "' A""? PreiHlu » form "o"'««l 3 mil., «outh of Tf« I, */ -I /2 mi ' ef « 0if .? n black to P «««! ^en i/ 2 mil. north; or from Trtonko, 6'/2 mile, weir and Wmile north; or .from Burt 3 mile, north, 2'/2 miles east and Vi mile north on 12:30 PM Sat, March 13 12:30 P.M. 4 TRACTORS 4 Lite 1964 Oliver 1800 Diesel Tractor Wide front, power steering, 3 point hitch, 18:4x34, tires, front end weights, hydro power drive, overhauled last fall. All season cab with fan. FARMALL 400 GAS TRACTOR Live power, good point, 14:9x38 tires, real good condition. JOHN DEERE G TRACTOR Roll-o-matic, power troll, good paint, new 14:9x38-6 ply rear tires, runs perfect. FARMALL F-20 Road gear, good tires .and runs good. COMBINES John Deere No. 42-3 row combine, PTO, hume reel, love bar. A real sharp combine. 3 row pickup for J.D. 42 combine to be sold separately. Ford 6 ft. combine with PTO and pickup. Case A-6 combine, Wisconsin motor, runs good. WAGONS, ETC. Case No. 95 manure spreader, works good. Cose farm trailer, 6x10 ft. steel Heider box and hydraulic hoist. Form trailer with 2 inch 16 ft. flat bed like new and good tires. Electric form trailer with MeCormick steel flare box, 2 inch floor, good tires. Midwest hoist. Stan Hoist farm trailer with 6x10 ft. steel barge box and hydraulic hoist. Tilt bed 2 wheel machinery trailer. Farm trailer, hydraulic hoist and old box. M.W. farm trailer with straight wood box and I.H.C. endgote seeder. TRUCK 1954 Chevy ton truck with 7'/ 2 ft. x BVii ft. combination grain and livestock box, dual wheels, good snow tires and runs real good. STRAW 500 large bales good dry straw in the born. POWER MACHINERY New Idea No. 300-2 row pull type picker, 8 rolli. Caw 4 row cultivator, 400 teriet, mount* 800 dieiel. New Holland 77 baler with Wliconiin motor. 2 MM 8 ft. wlndrowen with PTO. Stan Holtt loader with both bucket*, mounti 400. Cote 4 row rotary hoe. Kelly Ryan 40 ft. ulovoror. JOHN DEERE MACHINERY John Deere F-145H, 5-14 in. heavy beam trip bottom plow, one arm anti friction coulter!, John Deere 494-4 row planter, large dry fertilizer boxes, double disc opener* and rubber press wheels. Co-op herbicide attachment to be sold separately. John Deere AW 14 ft. wheel tandem disc, 18 inch blades. John Deere 7 ft. tractor mower. John Deere No. 40-4 row cultivator, mounts J.D. G. John Deere 15 ft. straight disc, hydraulic control. John Deere 12 ft. field cultivator with land leveler. John Deere 4 bar side delivery rake. OTHER MACHINERY Lindsay 4 section lever flexible drag, steel folding evener. Continental 2 row stalk cutter. Century sprayer with hand boom and drops, mounted on F-20. Money Harris 18 ft. straight disc. 11 ft. MeCormick field cultivator. Terfehr 4 bottom stubble turner. Lond leveler for tandem disc. MISCELLANEOUS 14 ft. 4 inch grain auger with electric motor, Knipco F-85 space heater. 14:9x38 straight tractor chains. Set of good criss cross tractor chains. 300 gallon gas barrel and steel stand. 300 gallon fuel barrel and wood stand. I.H.C. 4 cylinder engine to run elevator. 100 and 150 gallon fuel barrels. . 2 Olson bale forks. 2 wheel fertilixer spreader. Oliver, John Deere and Case 2 way hydraulic cylinders. Prince 1 way hydraulic cylinder. Speed jack. New 28 ft. aluminum extension ladder. 3 good tractor radio*. Several !4 and '/j H.P. electric motor*. Heothouser for 400. A few good tools. FEEDING EQUIPMENT 80 bushel Pride of the Form hog feeder with cast iron bottom. 60 bushel Unico round hog feeder, cat! iron bottom and just like new. 70 gallon double drink hog weterer. 16 ft. hay bunk, hay and feed bunk. 3 feed bunk*. Terms: Cash. No property removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidenti. Car/ Peter. Owner Auctioneers: Charley Quinn, Bancroft and Dutch Leek, Wesley. Clerk: Iowa State Bank of Alaono. Good Hope Church Circles Date Meetings TITONKA -The Good Hope Lutheran Church circles will meet, all with the lesson "The Ministry Fosters Unity - Not Divisiveness." Darlene circle will meet Tuesday, March 9, at 7:30 p.m. in the church. Mrs. Donald Baade is the leader; Mrs. Jerald Harms will give the offering mediation; and Mrs. Robert H. Spear is the hostess. Margaret circle meets Tuesday, March 9, at 7:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Dverg Krantz with Mrs. Walter Baade, the leader; offering meditation by Mrs. Donald Dix. Mildred circle will meet Tuesday, March 9, at 7;30 p.m. in the church. Mrs. George Alke is the leader; offering meditation by Mrs. Viola Spear; and hostess is Mrs. Maurice Erpelding. Lillian circle meets Wednesday, March 10, at the church at 9:15 a.m. with Mrs. Neal Boyken, the leader; offering meditation by Mrs. Ehno Folkerts; and the hostess is Mrs. Henry Baade. Alice circle also meets Wednesday, March 10, in the home of Mrs. Dwight Garrett at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Keith Bartelt is the leader and the offering meditation will be given by Mrs. Henry Stecker. Zelda circle meets Wednesday, March 10, at 1 : 30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Ted Van Hove with Mrs. Oscar Norland, co-hostess. The leader is Mrs. Herman Welhousen and Mrs. Jae Givens will give the offering meditation. - o CHARIVARI PARTY Mr. and Mrs. Henry Beenken were pleasantly surprised Saturday evening when relatives came for a charivari party. All enjoyed a social evening and lunch was brought by the guests. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. John Beenken, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Schutjer, Mrs. Viona Wel- housen, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Welhousen, Mr. and Mrs. Evert Sleper, all of Titonka; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bode, Steve and Julie, Algona; and Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Eden, Wesley. - o TO BUY SHOWCASE Twenty-four Senior Citizens enjoyed a pot-luck dinner Monday at the Center. They decided to contribute for a showcase to be on display at the Historical Society building in Algona. Another card party will be held at the Center Tuesday, March 16, at 7:30 p.m. Hostesses will be Mrs. Ellen Loeschen and Mrs. Ella Fisher. - o RETURN FROM TRIP Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sleper returned from a week's vacation trip. They flew from the Sioux Falls, S.D. airport to Denver, Colo, where they were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Evert Rippentrop. They then flew to Phoenix, Ariz, where they visited Mr. and Mrs. George Schmidt, Jr. and family and also went sightseeing while there. - o - W.S.C.S. TO MEET The WSCS will meet at the United Methodist Church Wednesday, March 10 at 2 p.m. A film, "W.S.C.S. Alive In Iowa," will be shown. Lenten meditation will be given by Lucile Hansen and hostesses are Sharon uken, Thelma Zwiefel and Hazel Stott. - o HOME FROM HOSPITAL Mrs. Fred DeVries returned Tuesday following a week's stay at Mercy Hospital, Mason City, after suffering a broken hip. . - o Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Klasse returned Sunday from a two-week trip to Brownsville, Tex. While there her sister and.husband, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Heitland, Buffalo Center, joined them and all returned home together. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Baade and Mrs. Dick Baade visited Sunday in the home of Mrs. Laura Baade, Britt, who had recently returned home following major surgery at Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Baade, Jerry and Randy were Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Goetsch, Clear Lake. Leon Pannkuk, Ames, spentthe past week visiting in the home of Barbara Ann Andre Weds Keith Christensen Feb. 13 SENECA - Barbara Ann Andre, daughter of Mrs. Kenneth Andre of rural Fenton and the late Mr. Andre, and Keith Allen Christensen, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. c. Christensen of rual Ringsted, were married on Saturday evening, Feb. 13, at the United Methodist church at Graettinger. The double ring candlelight ceremony was performed at seven-thirty o'clock by the Rev. Harlan F. BabcockofGraettinger. Judy Angus of Lone Rock, friend of the bride, registered the 300 guests who were ushered to their seats by Jerry Christensen, of Ringsted; Melvin Andre, Graet- tmger; Dean Gelhaus, Ledyard and Milo Lammers of Graettinger. Karl Andre, brother of Hie bride and Terry Christensen, nephew of the groom, were the candlelighters. The bride, given in marriage by her paternal grandfather, John Andre of Graettinger, was attended by her sister, Joy Andre, as maid of honor and Susan Luedtke as bridesmaid. Lowell Christensen of Ringsted attended his brother as best man and Kenneth Madison of Ringsted friend of the groom, served as groomsman. Brenda Johnson, Galva, cousin of the bride, was flower girl and Jeffrey Gelhaus, nephew of the groom, carried the rings on a white satin pillow. Evelyn Bierstedt, Fenton, was at the organ and accompanied the soloist, Steve Hansen of Estherville, as he sang "The Wedding Prayer" and "The Lord's Prayer". The reception which followed was held in the church parlors with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Johnson of Galva, aunt and uncle of the bride, as host and hostess. Punch \vas dipped by Debbie Olsen and Connie Flint. The four tiered wedding cake topped with a silver cross was cut and served by Mrs. Milo Lammers and Mrs. Maynard Olsen, aunts of the bridal couple. Presiding at the coffee services were Mrs. Merle Flint, Ringsted and Mrs. Henry Lammors, Graettinger, aunt of the bride and groom. The gifts were opened and displayed by Mrs. James Miller, Mrs. Melvin Andre and Mrs. Darryl Anderson. Waitresses were Christie Lura, Karen Jentz, Bonnie Oleson, Marsha Johnson, Cindy Christenson and Becky Flint. Following a short honeymoon trip to Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Christensen are at home on a farm near Ringsted. The bride is a senior at Seti- tral High School and the groom is a 1966 graduate of Ringsted high. He is presently engaged in farming. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Pannkuk, during his college semester break. Mr. and Mrs. Lamont Junkermeier and Tracy were Sunday dinner guests in tiie home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Junkermeier, Lakota. In the afternoon all went to visit Mrs. Lou Junkermeier at St. Luke's Nurs- FARM AUCTION WeVrSnd'Vi miu£lS B 5Tt^?i B ?ki W A,' h °' d ,° pub ' ie S UeH ,°" ?" fhe *««'*«*** 3 miU^Nor ™* 1 /4 milc South of Jch 18 & 169 Alona Ioa » of Whittemore, Iowa on will hold a public auction on the farm located 3 miles^North, 3 mile , Algona, Iowa, or 3 miles North, 6Vz miles East and *A mile South FRIDAY, MARCH 12 1000 *3!h. 13.638 daU "" TRACTORS bo * ost v' 3 traetOr front wei9ht$ ' r ° di °' »•* ° f i3 * ** > " a "°" *""» "d, 3 point hitch, radio, front & rea MACHINERY 6 New dea f ar * oadr box plow; Oliver 4240 3x14 trip plow; Glenco 18' rear mounted field cultivator carrier; MeCormick 9 side rake; MeCormick 4 row hoe mounted on carrier cart scoop and manure scoop; 2-8x10 barge boxes with hoists; 2 New Idea 6 ton trail '/•- lo ««* racks on New Idea running gear; Oliver 374 rear mounted cultivator A.C. 4 row-cultivator; 456 MeCormick 4 row planter with disc shoes, fertilizer, herbicide wheels; MeCormick 7 trail type mower; 90 bushel MeCormick spreader; MeCormick end & disc; MeCormick 2 P.R. 2 row picker; 8 row self-propelled sprayer; New Holland 77 mounted disc drag; Stan-Hoist 50' elevator; 18'3" auger with 3 H P MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 7 4 /2 - kp ; m i° t0r; r , C ,/ r ™ un * ed P. 05 ' hole <"99er; 4 and 8" auger; corn shield for tractor; Johnl *'. "1 ti anS; , 3/ i£ P> ?! 0eHe m0f ° r 55 ° 9°"°" barrel with s * and °" d noMle; 300 gallon fue barrels on stand w.th no«le; 300 gallon gas barrel; 1000 gallon steel tanks; several barrels; electric '' 6 ? m T" aneOUS ltfims ° f t0 °« S °" d wr.!«h... ALSO -pan; saddle, riding saddle, 4 pres i» lfl ia d Ub 2 H Ill i i J- ' " ana wire. BUILDINGS & LUMBER 8 ' ' 5hed; creo *°* e P° sts ' ° be moved b * September 1st; 2 - 12 x 14 hog houses, c, eed shed with P' ank floor '- 2xl2 - 14/ P la " ks <- 2 * 6 - ^ corner posts; 4x6 and 4x8 blocks; electric fence posts , LIVESTOCK AND FEEDING EQUIPMENT * IsS^n^ ^ P *«?'{ *i* "I"* ^^^ !) am P boar; 2 P Onies; 625 Wel P <s "v 11 " 6 ; 150 bales ha 50 bal aina sT* IsS^n^ ^ P *«?'{ *i* "I"* ^^^ !) am P boar; 2 P Onies; 625 Wel P <s "v 11 " 6 chickens, laying 85 / 0 ; 150 bales hay; 50 bales straw; 100 bushel Norton walk-in feeder; Butler 30 bushel steel feeder; bimkt ' 9 '' Creep feeders; 2 " 16 h °g Boughs; electric corn heater with thermostat; 4 - 14' cattle feed TRUCK AND MOWER .. combination grain and stock box; MeCormick No. 60 power riding mower. *• >t " £ 9 ! w '*h most of the machinery near new or in near new condition, so plan to attend this auction it wanting good machinery. oeeinf SS of sale. No property removed unHI settled for. Not responsible for accidents should any IUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS HERMAN THILGES Raymond Spencer, Ronald Peck, Auctioneers OWNER Security State Bank, Clerk ing. Home in Blue Earth. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Sweers, Minneapolis, were weekend guests in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mayland and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Sweers, Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Spear and family were Saturday evening visitors in the Alfred Redenius home. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Givens were Sunday dinner guests in the Jae Givens home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Boekelman, Calvin and Carol were Sunday evening visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs f Robert Boekelman. Capt. Gerald Welhousen arrived home for a week's visit in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Welhousen. Gerald is enroute from Ft. Sill, Okla. to Washington, B.C. where he will have a medical check-up at the Walter Reed Hospital. Mrs. Robert Stevens and Suzanne, Coon Rapids, Minn., came Monday to spend a few days visiting their mother and grandmother, Mrs. Emma Callies. Randy Pearson, Algona, spent a week visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Evert Sleper. Dr. and Mrs. J. K. Hill attended the veterinary convention Tuesday and Wednesday. Kojjuth County Advance — 3 Monday, March 8, 1971 ll"ll"lHnlllllllllll!lllllllllll!ll!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIimit| Burt News! iiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiil PLUM CREEK 4-H Thirteen members of the Plum Creek Boys 4-H Club met at the Harold Bode home Feb. 18 with Steve Bode as host. Don Madsen, the boys' leader, gave a talk on "Steps in Beef Processing." Entries were made for boys to enter both a senior and junior basketball team in the annual 4-H basketball tournament to be played in the near future. Assistant leaders, Kent Seely and Harold Bode, were also present at the meeting. Howard and Stanley Elmers will host the March meeting at the home of their parents, the Ervin Eimers. (Norman Becker, Reporter). - CELEBRATION- A reception was held Feb. 21 in Guttenberg for the 65th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bowman. Wedding Goes On Despite Blizzard; Guests Snowbound SWEA-EAGLE - The wedding of Keith Holm, Swea city, and Virginia Sager, Fairmont was marred by one of the worst snowstorms of the winter. The couple was married Friday evening, Feb. 26, at Immanuel Lutheran Church at Swea City. A last minute decision to postpone the wedding was foiled when a phone call was made to Fairmont to contact relatives of the bride to tell them of the change of plans, and it was found they were already on the way to Swea City. Vows were spoken before a small assembly of guests and festivities went on as planned only with a fraction of the number of guests present. Only one local couple braved the storm to and from the wedding. Guests from out-of-town were snowbound at the church and spent the night there, with blankets and sleeping bags to make them comfortable. Some were guests of the townspeople. The bride and groom were snug in their own home in Swea City. The groom, a local boy, has been employed in Swea City. How lucky can you be ???? Public Auction As I have rented my land I will hold a public auction on my farm located 8 mile, east and J/j'. mile nor rfof Rmgstcd, 7 -miles west and '/, mile north of Bancroft or 2 miles o'lloS! & or?" Ot SWC ° Pfy ' °' 5</1 mileS n ° rfh ' ' mi ' e WCSf and * "«•"•'* epM Thurs., March 11 LUNCH ON GROUNDS 4 TRACTORS 4 J Late 1966 Farmall 806 Gas Tractor 2 point hitch, 18.4x38 tires in rear, front end weights. 1962 Farmall S60 Gas Tractor New rear end, 1951 M.M. Model U Tractor Power steering, good tires. POWER MACHINERY 1966 Ncw Idea Model 319 mounted Super picker with No. 316 12 roll husking unit. 560 mounts. International 456 corn planter, large dry fertilizer boxes with high speed auger, insecticide or herbicide, rubber pres* wheels. , International model 550-5-14 in. mounted steerable plow with one arm greaseless coulters. International model 60-4-14 in. pull type plow. International No. 461-4 row cultivator. 1969 John Deere B.W.F. 15 ft. tandem disc, flotation tires, 20 inch cone blades. John Deere No. 14-4 section rotary hoe. 28 ft. Crush Buster spring tooth harrow. 1969 Kelly Ryan 40 ft. extra wide (20 inch) elevator with truck hopper. OTHER MACHINERY 2 row Brady flail type stalk cutter, New Holland No. 611 field chopper with hay head. Allis Chalmers blower and 50 ft. of pipe. Kewance 4 section lever flexible drag. Hagie high boy sprayer. Terfehr 4 bottom stalk rake. MISCELLANEOUS Set of Peterien 12x38 inch bolt on dual wheels, will fit mott 38 inch rimi. Corn aerator with Vi H.P. motor. Utility pressure cattle waterer. Cattle Oiler, 8 inch bench taw and 1/3 H.P. motor. 3-2 way hydraulic cylinders. 3 H.P. outboard motor. Home mode cab for 706 or 806. 2 Heathouiert for Minneapolis Some feed bunki. 1 power lawn mower. WAGONS 2 htary duty farm wagon* with 8 ply nylon tlrei, 7x12 ft. wood bor ( e box, 2 In. floor and 7 ton hydraulic hoiit, M. W. farm wagon with 6x10 ft. wood barge box and 5 ton hydraulic hoist. Wagon with flare box. Rubber tired wagon, wood fiare box and IHC engate seeder. LUMBER ETC. 25 rolls of 50 ft, slat cribbing, niver used. 1500 board ft, of used 1x12 inch rough boards 8-10-14 and 16 ft. lengths. 2000 board feet of 1x8 inch shiplap, 8 and 10 ft. lengths. CATTLE COMBINE 1968 Massey Ferguson Model 205 self propelled combine, 13 ft. header, Love cutting bar, hydraulic controlled Profiteer reel. Massey cob with air fan. Combined less than 500 acres and no corn. Choice quality yearlings, 17 steers and 9 heifers. 15 Hereford cows. 10 black and black white face cows. 1 Shorthorn cow. 1 registered Black Angus bull. . Black bull turned with these cows July 1. Cows and bull T.B. and bangs tested and cows are pregnancy tested. Cow's are also A few household items but very few tool* or small items, so don't be late. Auctioneers Note: These are real choice calves and extra good brood cows. The machinery is sharp and well kept. Terms: Cosh. No property removed until settled for. Not responsible for accident* VERL SM/TH Owner n ' Minr """" L »'« Clerk: First Trust & Savings Bank of Armstrong. low, and Ch,,|. y

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