Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 22, 1971 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, March 22, 1971
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10 — Kossuth County Advance Monday, March 22, 1971 Wesley Man Observes 90th In Florida Charles L. Froehlich, one of Wesley, Iowa's old timers, celebrated his 90th birthday on the 12th of February at the home of his son Edward in Pensacola, Florida. A dinner and Open House was held in his honor, out-of- town guests were his oldest daughter Marie Ricke of Williams, Iowa, visiting in Florida, and his youngest daughter Helen Huber and her husband Steve of Algona, who are spending the winter at Gulf Shores, Ala. His other two sons, Carl of Wesley, and John of Chicago, 111., were unable to attend. Mrs. Froehlich, his wife, died in 1959. Charles received many gifts, including two checks for $90 and birthday greetings from the Froehlich families and friends. Besides his five children, his family consists of 20 grandchildren, 48 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. Except for a six week confinement in the Baptist Hospital in Pensacola last fall with an internal infection in his right leg, Charles is in good health and is looking forward to returning home this spring. He says Florida is a great place to live, fine climate and nice people, but just too far from Wesley. Wins $25 Bond Diane Patterson, a senior at Lu Verne .Community School, has '•>een named a winner of a $25 U.S. Savings Bond in the Sixth Annual Thorp Credit Inc. Scholarship program according to John /. Altepeter, Manager of the Thorp office inEstherville. Diane is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Patterson of LuVerne. Centennial The United Presbyterian church of Denison observed the 100th anniversary of its founding with special services March 14. It was in 1871 that a missionary and six men gathered to organize the church at Denison. MOST COMFORTABLE SHOE -a n~ SHOES .Algona:, Ipyya 505.) A, Memo To Subscribers Our subscribers have read of the impending increase in all postal rates, with first class going from 6<? a letter to 8?, or a 33 1/3 percent boost. Not so well known is the fact that second class rates, under which newspapers are mailed, are also going to be increased, but far more than the 33 1/3 percent. Projections of the increase in second class mailing run between 125 and 145% over a five year period. The first increase is slated for about May 15. Such an increase is understandably considerable, and we ask the cooperation of our subscribers in subscription renewals to help us hold the line on subscription rates. Each subscriber's stencil should have a month imprinted adjacent to the address. This is the month of subscription expiration. Renewals as promptly as possible would save us a considerable amount of mailing of notices and other paper work involved. With full subscriber cooperation we will endeavor to hold the line on our own rates. Prompt renewals would be of great help, to our mutual advantage. May we please have your cooperation. Davidson-Larson Wedding Feb. 28 At Swea City Judith L'ee" Davidson -and James Harvey Larsen exchanged marriage vows Feb. 28 at Immanuel Lutheran Church of Swea City. The Rev. Julius 'Peterson officated for the 3 p.m. double ring ceremony that was followed by a reception in the church social hall. Parents of the ctmple are Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Davidson of Swea City and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey C'. Larsen of Armstrong. Mrs. Thomas Elliott was matron of honor and serving as bridesmaids were the bride's sister, Cynthia R. Davidson, Jan Bruce and Gretchen Paulsen. Richard Swiggum was best man and groomsmen were Thomas Elliott, Gary Erickson and Thomas Saxhaug. Stephen Taylor and Thomas Davidson, brother of the bride, ushered. The bride graduated from Swea City High School and Iowa State University at Ames. The bridegroom graduated from Swea City High School and St. Olaf College in Northfield. Mr. and Mrs. Larsen will make their home in Ames. LETTERS TO EDITOR LETTER OF THANKS To Kossuth County Residents: I want to express appreciation to all persons in Kossuth County FARM AUCTION I will hold a closing out auction on the farm located 1 mile South and Vz mile East of Swea City on: Wednesday, March 24 Sale Starts At 12:30 P.M. TRACTORS — 1969 Allis Chalmers D-17 gas tractor, power steering, wide front, new pistons, sleeves, all overhauled; Good heat houser for D-17; Allis Chalmers late model WC tractor, good paint, good tires, real sharp; Farmall H tractor, good paint, good tires, runs good; Farmall F-20, runs. POWER MACHINERY — Allis Chalmers model 66 combine, PTO, rear auger, good canvas, pickup and straw spreader; New Idea model 501 loader and snow bucket, mounted on D-17. WAGONS — New Idea 12-A tractor manure spreader; 4 wheel trailer with steel flare box; 2 — 4 wheel trailers with wood flare boxes; Steel wheel wagon with flat rack. OTHER MACHINERY — Polaris trailer ytpe 9 row sprayer with drops; Lindsay 4 section lever flexible harrow with heavy steel evener; New Idea 4 bar side delivery rake; 2 row Humboldt stalk cutter; 15 ft. Land roller; 2 — 16 inch IHC model 8 plows; Binder windrower; 4 bottom Terfehr stubble turner; 16 ft. 4 in. grain auger with electric motor; motor; Rock Island endgate seeder. JOHN DEERE POWER MACHINERY — John Deere BW 14 ft. wheel tandem disc, 20 inch blades, new in 1969; John Deere model 620 4-14 inch plow, real sharp; John Deere 490 planter, large fertilizer boxes, round tongue and rubber press wheels; John Deere 4-row rotary hoe; John Deere 12 ft. spring tooth harrow. MISCELLANEOUS — Silver Seal portable air compressor (new); Criss cross tractor chanis; Hand corn shelter; New 8 room Martin bird house; Electric fence steel posts; Grind stone; 44 ft. Steel elevator for corn; Hand lawn mower; Surge electric fencer; 4 Prong hay fork; Speed jack; Log Chain; Good used tires; Chicken feeders; Egg washer; 2 Round hog feeders, 10 bu. and 20 bu.; 50 gal. Pride-of-Farm hog water Some round cement hog troughs; Other hog troughs RIDING HORSE - Pinto 8 year old gelding, well broke. Dale Shipler - Owner AUCTIONEERS - Charley Quinn, Bancroft, la Clair Clark, Ceylon, Minn. CLERK: Swea City State Bank for their generous contributions to the . 1971 March of Dimes. Each year over 250,000 children are born with significant birth defects. As in past years, Kossuth County residents have led the way in this fight against birth defects and have made available funds to be used in research, public and professional education, and patient aid. Due to an error in mailing, many rural residents who normally receive a kit to be passed from neighbor to neighbor, also, received a yellow March of Dimes Mailer. We regret this duplication in our request for funds and offer our apologies. National Foundation-March of Dimes public education materials, patient assistance, and club and organizational programs are available upon request. Sincerely, /s/ William A. Dyar Field Representative Subscribe to the official county newspapers. Only $6 per year for both the Advance and Upper* Des Moines . . . . DIAMOND'S Attention All GIRLS: Stop in for WRANGLER Jeans, Cut-offs, Jamaicas and Bermudas . . . j Algona Lady Dies; Rites Wednesday Funeral services for Mrs. Catherine Hornbuckle, 83, who died Monday at the Good Samaritan Home, were held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday in St. Cecelia's Catholic Church with Msgr. L. J. Hoffman officiating. Burial was in Calvary cemetery, the McCullough Funeral Service in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were Alvin Klein, Woodrow Johnson, Duane Arend, Larry Gisch, Raymond Kramer and Alfred Zeller. Catherine Hornbuckle was born June 21, 1887 at Algona, daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth Lentsch Beiser. She was married to Lee Hornbuckle August 18, 1909 at Madison, S.D. They lived in the Algona and Graettinger areas until moving to Spencer where Mr. Hornbuckle died in 1967. Mrs, Hornbuckle is survived by one son, Harold, Waterloo, and one daughter, Hazel, Mrs. Charles Woodlin, Newport, N.J. There are two grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Also surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Eva Deim and Miss Mary Beiser, both of Algona. One son, Kenneth, is deceased. Tj;iden and Lois Bentley were appointed to plan the display they will have for the day. Illustrated Talks were given by the following: "different forms of milk and cost of each" by Lois BRiitley; "Vegetables, why?" by Linda Beal. Demonstrations were "how to prevent crust from forming on pudding" by Kristin Bahling and Mavis Rike; "baking potatoes" by Rachel Eden; "how to make rolled biscuits" by Terry Tjaden; "how to prepare various relishes" by Marlys Eden. The leaders showed a "variety of toppings to serve on puddings". Rachel Eden was hostess and the girls also ate the foods they prepared, -o- CHURCH CIRCLES Three circles will meet of the United Methodist Church on Wednesday, March 24 at 2:00 p.m. June Circle will meet in the home of Fern Boekelman with Mabel Dunmire co-hostess. Devotions will be led by Norma r thow who know 1 MIIMIMEAPO1 know th* Ricks and lesson given by Florence Eden. Lois Circle will meet in the home of Rae Harris with Ethel Downs co-hostess. Devotions will be led by Hazel Willis and lesson given by Jo Ann Hoover. Grace Circle will meet in the home of Luella Givens. Devotions given by Ann Isebrand and lesson by Grace Neeland. -o- GUILD TO MEET The Ramsey Reformed Church Guild will meet. Executive meeting at 1:00 p.m. and Guild at 1:30 p.m. The lesson, "Lent (Easter or Lenten Season) will be given by Mrs. Roger Rippentrop, Mrs. Henry VanHove and Miss Alice Pannkuk. Hostesses will be Mesdames Eugene Beenken, William Everding, Robert Bunkofske, Meint Huesman, Senus Isebrand and Miss Gertie Sonnenberg. Mr. and Mrs. Darvin Bowers and family were Saturday visitors in the Floyd Reibsamen home. Mr. and Mrs. Art Boyken and girls were weekend visitors of their daughter and sister, Martha Ann Boyken at Omaha, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Heiko Boekelman had as guests for Sunday dinner, Mrs<- Jennie Brown and Betty, Slater, la., and Mrs. Joe Johnson and Gen, of Blue Earth,, Mr. and Mrs. Harm Kettwich were Saturday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kettwich at Fairmont, Minn. | TITONKA 1 By Mrs. Alfred Baade BUFFALO BOOSTERS The Buffalo Boosters met on Saturday for their regular monthly meeting at the library. Roll call was answered by the Junior girls "why I should dring milk?" and Intermeidates and Senior girls answered by "a fresh vegetable I have never eaten". Nine members were present and two leaders. Lois Beal led the pledge of allegiance and Linda Beal the 4-H pledge. Plans were made for Algona Day, April 3rd, and a committee of Linda Beal, Thea Dunmire, Marlys Eden, Terry For Convenience. For Lux ury Accommodations, For Friendliness, For Budget Rates, For Resort-like Atmosphere, Easily Accessible to all Highways'; • 100 Air ConditlMtd ftooni ind StiHM • HMIM) Kb*-ill. Mrnmi* PN| • Comelilt Hotel StrvlcM • 24-hour Switchboard •Color TV • Mr Sfttir Straico • Pirkinej hi Front ol Your horn EXCELLENT FOOD Holiday Coffee Shop and DiniriK Room Open (>;[>() A.M. io 1():(X) P.M. Cocktails Single Room» 113.80 to tiS.SO Dbl. Rooms f 16.80 to $19.80 Children Under 12 Free in same room with iidulis FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 612-588-4665 HOLIDAY MOTOR HOTEL JCT. HIGHWAYS 100 and 55 WEST MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA 55422 Our Specialty Is Car Care with a Flair Our experts are always on hand for all your car needs. When quality counts, count on us. VIKING OIL CO. ROY STOFFEL, Owner FARM AUCTION LOCATION: South edge of Blue Earth, Minn. 1 block west of Jakobe Lumber Yard. As I am changing my farm* ing operation, will sell the following personal property at auction on Wednesday, March 24, 1971 Salt Starts at 1:00 o'clock TRACTORS - Massey Harris "44-Special" gas tractor, fully equipped, has new paint, very good rubber; Massey Harris "33" gas tractor, fully equipped, new paint; 1964 Ford "801" tractor with individual loader. COMBINES - 1967 Massey-Ferguson "No. 300" SP combine with 13 ft. grain head, hydraulic reel, also cab, chopper, rear weights and rice tires; 1967 Massey Ferguson, 3-row, 30 in. corn head; 1961 John Deere "45" combine with 12 ft. grain head, chopper and pick-up; John Deere "No. 210" 2-row corn head. PLANTERS - John Deere "495-A" 4-row planter with fert., insect, and herb, attachments; John Deere "495-A" planter, equipped with 6-row, 30 in. with herb, attachment; 1967 Case 4-14" Semi mounted plow; 1965 J.D. 18 ft. tandem disk, greaseless bearings. TRUCKS - 1956 Ford truck with box and hoist; 1950 Ford truck with box and hoist, OTHER MACHINERY - John Deere 6-row 30 in. rear mount cultivator with roto-shields; John Deere 14'/2 ft. wheel tandem disk; John Deere 13/2 ft. field cultviator; Oliver 4-bottom 16 in. semi-mounted plow; Kewanee 50 ft. 8 in. grain auger with PTO drive; 2 - 4-row rear mounted cultivator; 2 - 4-section drags with eveners; 3 - heavy duty 4-wheel trailers with steel flare boxes; Trash rake. MISCELLANEOUS -- Portable welder complete with gas engine; 750 gal. fuel tank with pump; Used tires and wheels; tractor radio; Hydraulic cylinders; tractor umbrella; other miscellaneous items. ART OELKE, owner Phone 526-3966 — Blue Earth AUCTIONEERS: Wayne Wagner, No. 22-03 Herman Wedel, No. 46-05 CLERK: First National Bank, Blue Earth, Minnesota 11:30 Monday March 22nd BELMOND IMPLEMENT, Inc An of April l»l, we Imvf leaned our faellltlei lo J. I, Caw Co, The following Item! ol equipment mull b< uilil to Ihe hliheit bidder (o cli-iir our bulldlnii and lni» for lli« now Kmanl, Hevoral llemi have been confined for nucllon by Ilrnitinr Implemenl Company of Kan- nwhn. A» wo nr« I radlng evrry dny, Ill-tun niuld change prior to date of gale. ALL BALKS MUST BE REMOVED WITHIN 7 DAV8. Tractor* I—Jl) 11020 .Serial (1.11IW (lilllll, W.F., Gnu I —IMC 7(1(1 Serial 1 1 KM (10(1 1 ) C!i» ,1-polnl I—AC Wl) Scrlol 1(1159. I—.Mil II Serial 21)507 (11)5111) I— Jl) A Serial 827057 IIH4KI 1—Jl) ri Serial 62.|:i() (I!).i2)' I—DC Cane Serial '123288 I—Jl) 711 I) Serial 7022601 (11155} 1IIC M Serial II.1R6 (1041) I—AC D-17 Serial 14202 (I0.<8) MIC M Serial 04001! IMC 10(1 Serial HIM (Ifl'iM Mil II Special Baler* I—Ml (10 — PTO Combine* I—Jl) .'III Combine — Slraw chopper 1—AC 72 Combine |_»M> Case Self-propelled Combine & F:H5 2 row cornhead I —Illl IMC Combine I—AC 00 Combine Corn Heads 402 Case Corn Mead — used 402 Cast 1 Corn Mend — New Ml.i Corn Mead STARTS AT 11:30 A.M. Planter* I—New Cai« 8-row .10.In. planter Grinder* I—Gehl Grinder mixer 2—F81 Farmhand Grinder-mixer 5 years old .1—Farmhand Grtnder.mlxer 7 yearn old I—.ISO New Holland — ! yean old I—Scale Alt. for Farmhand Grinder-mixer Cultivator* I—lilllliton — 4 row — rear mounted — with shield. 1—IMC 453 — mounted cultivator I—IMC 481 — cultivator for M I—Jl) 400 Cultivator AC 4 row cultivator Miscellaneous 1—Caie JT 56 5x18 plow 1—AC 3x14 plow 1—JD 458 dryer I—Farmhand 4-rmv Stalkcutter 1—JD N PTO Spreader 1—JD No. 74 Chopper With 2 hcadu 2—Case Choppers I—Sears Roebuck Elevator 50 ft. 1—Lundell Blower with long table I—JD No. 110 Chuckwagon 1—15 ft. Sprlngtoolh 1—JD 12 ft. Springtooth 1—No. 37 IHC Disc. 1—CUM 14 ft. Disc 1—Kewanee 13' 6" Disc 1—8x10 Box — 1—6x12 Box I—IHC Trailer & Box 2—IHC Trailer & Flare boxes & Hoist 1—Johnson Trailer and Flare box 1—Set M & W Hubs — 830 Cau 1—Case 4x14 plow 1—6x10 Barge box with NI gear 1—Grinder 1—IHC Scml.mounted mower 1—M & W dual wheeli 15x5—38 tires fltl 560 IHC 1—M & W Hubs tils M I—New Cose Bale thrower, common to many models. No property to he removed until selllcd for Not renpomtibte for accidents. All Sale* Must REGISTER FOR NUMBER —We are selling by number, so Be Sure Be Removed To Keirlsler and Gel Your Number Before Sales Starts! Sale will Within 7 Day* " art promlly at 11:30 a. m. sharp. FOR LISTING WRITE FOR AUCTION BILL AUCTIONEERS NOTE: We are hired to sell the things listed on this bill regardless of price. Every Item will have a new home. THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY! DON'T MISS THIS SALE! LUNCH SERVED BY JAYCEE ETTES ARRANGED BY AND CONDUCTED BY: — MID-CONTINENT AUCTION CO. Col. R<iy B. Johnson — Buffalo Center. Iowa Col. Don Babbit — Conger, Minnesota Col. Arnle Murra — Forest City, Iowa NORTH ON HIGHWAY 69 — BELMOND, IOWA 50421 a weekly message relating the world of today to the lessons of Faith and Church ... "For the earth is the Lord's and the fullness thereof." —Psalms 24-.1; 50:12 In these modern times, many of us have placed great value upon the "good things" of life—the conveniences, the work-savers, the machines and appliances. These good things represent little more than something to buy, to own, to have and to use .... eventually to throw away. In reality, we have more appreciation for the sight of a tree" that manages to take root and grow through the crack in a city sidewalk, for a flower we may nourish and grow on the patio, for the produce of a backyard garden. We appreciate trees and flowers and fruits because we appreciate the wonders of the earth which God has created. We have not really forgotten that, in the beginning, there was the earth and the sea and the sky—the gifts of God to mankind. Sometimes we tend to forget, but we never do—not completely. JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Oliver - CMC Trucks - Gehl Firestone Tires - Stanhoist ESSER DRY CLEANERS FREE Pick-up and Delivery Phone 295-2827 - Algona, Iowa POST MOVING and STORAGE Local & Long Distance Phone 295-2275 - Algona, Iowa PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO. Herb Hedlund, Production Manager Wm. Ambrose,. Research Mar. SWANSON'S - ALGONA "Where Shopping Is A Pleasure" COLONIAL MOTEL Junction 18 and 169 VAN'S CAFE Junction 18 and 169 Closed Tuesdays WAYNE FEED SUPPLY CO. Wayne Feeds — We Buy Eggs and 216 West State Street, 295-5206 ALGONA VAULT SERVICE Algona, Iowa KOSSUTH MUTUAL INS. ASSN. Your Friend - Before and After the Fire ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Your Friendly IH Dealer - 295-3501 IH Tractors - Trucks - Farm Equipment

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