Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 29, 1971 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, March 29, 1971
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8 — Kotsuth County Advance Monday, March 29, 1971 Housewarming For Newcomers At Portland PORTLAND - Ahousewarming was held for Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Shipler and Denise Sunday evening. The Shiplers moved into the Burt-Titonka area just recently. Attending the house warming were Mr. and Mrs. Vern Shipler, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Harms, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hoover, Mr. and Mrs. Don Eden, Mr. and Mrs. Don Baade, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Heesch, Mr. and Mrs. Harm Huisinga and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Christensen. The evening was spent playing 500 and Mr. and Mrs. Shipler were presented a gift of money. Lunch was brought in by the guests. -o- Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Finley and Virginia of Armstrong were Sunday dinner guests in the Billy Christensen home. Mrs. Sarah Stewart and Mrs. Earl Shipler went to Jewel Saturday where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Russell Henry and family. Mrs. Robert Thompson of Algona, Mrs. Alice Shipler and Kent of Whittemore, Mrs. Roger Thorsbakken of Emmetsburg and Mrs. Roxie Mogler, Dawn and David spent the day, Wednesday in the Harris Harms home. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Phelps attended the funeral of Mrs. Lucy Hacker, Tuesday afternoon at Buffalo Center. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Harms were Sunday dinner guests in the Harold Harms home. Roger Harms of Lynn Grove and Daryl Harms of Cedar Falls were home for the weekend. Norma McGuire of Burt was a Tuesday overnight guest of Deb- The Lions Feed The Christians Frigidaire •Amana •Westinghouse SALES & SERVICE BEED HARDWARE & APPLIANCE ritonka, Iowa Phone 928-2127 "Hi Neighbor... you got the answer to cleaner corn fields and better profits? Well I have — yes sir. namroD HERBICIDE BY Monsanto is just great! It really cleaned up my corn field." Year in and year out Ramrod* has been one of the most dependable, most consistent grassy weed killers on the market. , Use Ramrod* granules or wettable powder - it doesn't make any difference-either works effectively in a wide range of soil types and under wet or dry moisture conditions. Ramrod* works without incorporation and does not leave any harmful residue for rotated crops. See Your Farm Chemical Supplier right away about complete rate and application details. ARCO M * Phpmiral Pn MOHSantO UllvllllUill Ulfl SI. Louis, Missouri 63166 * BURT - Bob Detrick, phone 924-3414 * RODMAN - Doug Jergensen, (712) 887-5651 * HANNA - John Gales, ph. 882-3392 * HAIFA - Randy Grieman * WODEN - Jerry Harms : f ••>.:*< ^.••^?3&l&^tmW-%^% DICK BUSCHER, Lions Club president, is shown above as he presented a check in the amount of $78.85 to Rick Nielsen, FAC Youth Huddle president. The money was raised at a Lions Club-sponsored FCA benefit roller-skating party held Tuesday, March 23. LaRue Weaver was chairman of the event. In the photo, left to right, are Roger A. Wilson, FCA Adult Huddle president; Rick Nielsen; Dick Buscher; LaRue Weaver; and Ted Chrischilles the Lions Club representative to the FCA. (Algona Publishing Newsphoto) bie Harms. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Harms were Friday evening visitors in the Alfred Redenius home at Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harms were Sunday evening visitors in the Harris Harms home. Mr. and Mrs, Bernard phelps visited Mrs, Phelp'smother, Mrs. Minnie Sporting last week on Wednesday in the Lester Hacker home at Fort Dodge, On the way home they stopped to visit the Bill Stows at Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Carlson and family of Burt visited in the Raymond Carlson home at Titonka, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs, Somner parsons went to Rochester last Monday where Somner consulted a doctor about his hip, He will go back to Rochester April 14th for surgery. Diane Moore and Mary Luick came home for the weekend at the parental Levant Moore home. Mrs. Duane Mawdsleyattended a reception last Sunday at Livermore for their old coach who had just been inducted into the basketball Hall of Fame. Mrs. Mawdsley also visited her folks Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hauck at Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Schealr ler and family of Burt visited in the Johnny Spear home Sunday afternoon. Kiwanis Club Kite Flying Contest Apr. 3 The Algona Kiwanis Clubs annual kite flying contest is scheduled for Saturday, April 3, at the Bertha Godfrey school, starting at 1:30 p.m. The only touch of gloom thrown on this "fun day" for kids and their parents Is the uncertainty of the weather. The committee has set April 17 as the second choice of time in case of bad weather. Good sportsmanship will be the rule of the day where no contestant shall be over the age of 13 on the date of the contest, and all entrants under 7 must be accompanied by a parent, big brother or sister. All kites must be registered before night and must fly, to be eligible for special prizes. However, every contestant who registers for the contest will receive a prize. The special prize categories are.- Best hand-made kite; most unusual kite design; largest kite (to be measured by total length of cross bows); smallest kite (to be measured same way); best decorated kite; most skillfully handled kite while in flight; longest kite tail (must fly); highest flying kite; hard luck story; best of contest (girl); best of contest (boy). All decisions of the judges are final and all judges will work together in the selection of the boy and girl for the best of contest awards. Prizes have been donated by Hutzell's Office Supply, Honsbruch Drug; Dole Construction Co., Coast-to-coast, Bomgaars Ben Franklin, Harrison's Variety, S & L Store, North Iowa Public Service and the Fareway Store, Livermore Mrs. Molly Foth has gone to Thornton where she will keep house for her three granddaughters, Sandy, Linda and Becky Foth, Linda and Becky are in high school and Sandy is a first grader. The girls have been living with a brother and his wife since the death of their parents, but now have a house of their own. Mrs. Dick Shultz and her mother Mrs. Ernie Logue went to Mason City on Tuesday and were overnight guests in the home of her sister, the Floyd Nickels. Legal Notices IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 9941 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Perry Torino, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Perry Torine, Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 26th day of March, 1971, the Last Will and Testament of Perry Torine, deceased, bearing date of the 7th day of December, I960, was admitted to probate In the above named Court and that Francis Torine was appointed executor of said estate. Notice Is further given that any action to set aside said Will must be brought in the District Court of said County within one year from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the Clerk of the above named District Court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance; and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such CHUCK SMITH Irvington - ph. 295-2343 BOB HUDSPETH Corwlth - ph. 583-2487 IF WEED AND FEED IS YOUR NEED... Then let us pre-plant yourAAtrex and liquid fertilizer together. ELDON DUNCAN Fenton - ph. 889-2720 JAN GARDNER Woden - ph. 926-5715 KEITH SNAVILY Cylinder - ph. 424-3292 claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 26th day of March, 1971. Francis Torine Executor of said Estate Swea City, Iowa 50590 Hutchison, Buchanan, Andreasen & McClure Attorneys for said Executor 111 North Dodge St. Algona, Iowa 50511 Date of second publication: 5th day of April, 1971. (Published in the Kossuth County (Iowa) Advance March 29 and April 5, 1971). STATEMENT OF NONDISCRIMINATION Lone Rock Co-op Telephone Co. has filed with the Federal Government a Compliance Assurance in which it assures the Rural Electrification Administration that it will comply fully with all requirements of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Rules and Regulations of the Department of Ag- grlculture issued thereunder, to the end that no person in the United States shall, on the ground of race, color, or national origin, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination in the conduct of its program and the operation of its facilities. Under this Assurance, this organization is committed not to discriminate against any person on the ground of race, color or national origin in its policies and practices relating to applications for service or any other policies and practices relating to treatment of beneficiaries and participants including rates, conditions and extension of service, use of any of Its facilities, attendance at and participation in any meetings of beneficiaries and participants or the exercise of any rights of such beneficiaries and participants In the conduct of the operations of this organization. "Any person who believes himself, or any specific class of individuals, to be subjected by this organization to discrimination prohibited by Title VI of the Act and the Rules and Regulations issued thereunder may, by himself or a representative, file with the Secretary of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 20250, or the Rural Electrification Administration, Washington, D. C. 20250,, or this organization, or all, a written complaint. Such complaint must be filed not later than 90 days after the alleged discrimination, or by such later date to which the Secretary of Agriculture or the Rural Electrification Administration extends the time for filing. Identity of complainants will be kept confidential except to the extent necessary to carry out the purposes of the Rules and Regulations." (13A) DEPARTMENT OF SOIL CONSERVATION STATE OF IOWA NOTICE OF ELECTION OF You'll Like This Combination! Rex Taylor sells you the quality Behlert Steel Buildings, Grain Storage and Drying Tanki and Albert Becker of the Becker Conitructlon Co., does the 'concrete and erection work for you. After working together for 12 yean, each man knows his job real well. When Mr. Becker goes on the job, you can very quickly see he knows what he is doing and has the equipment to do the job for you, our customers, that you and we can be proud of. You'll be happy you purchased your new products from us. You'll find we do top quality work and sell top quality merchandise. See us soon — you'll never be sorry. WHERE ? TAYLOR IMPLEMENT AND CONSTRUCTION COMPANY ALGONA, IOWA DAIRY AUCTION I will sell my milk cows and equipment at public auction on farm located 2 miles East of Armstrong, Iowa Sale Barn on: THURS., APRIL I 10 A.M. 58 HEAD OF MILK COWS 36 HOLSTEIN & 2 AYRSHIRE COWS All cows are T.B. and Bangs tested. Papers on cows will be furnished day of sale. Milking Equipment - Conde Pipeline milker, 100 ft. of stainless steel pipe, 6 unit pump with 2 hp. motor, 3 claw units, only 6 years old, with 3 can headers; Star 8 can milk cooler, very good; Surge water conditioner, 2 years old; Coop 50 gal. hot water heater, gas; Stainless steel double wash tub. * * * * Donald Miller will sell the following cows and milking equipment at this sale; 16 HOLSTEIN COWS 4 GURNSEY AND JERSEY COWS Milking Equipment - Model D Surge pump with 2Vi hp. motor, 80 ft. of 1 V 4 vacuum line; Cherry-Berro 290 gal. bulk tank. DONALD MILLER, OWNER VERNON "RED" PEHRSON AUCTIONEERS - Quinn, Clark and Clark CIERK - Swea City State Bank COMMISSIONERS FOR THE KOSSUTH COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION DISTRICT, ENCOMPASSING LANDS LYING IN THE COUNTY OF KOSSUTH IN THE STATE OF IOWA: To all qualified electors residing within the Kossuth County Soil Conservation District: Notice is hereby given that on the 30th day of March, 1971, between the hours of 9:00 a.m., and 12:00 a.m,, an election will be held for the election of Commissioners for the Kossuth County Soil .Conservation District. Polling places for the election are as follows: Soil Conservation Service Office, 1306 North Main Street, Algona, Iowa 50511. Eligible voters residing within the district shall cast their ballots at one of the polling places. Eligible voters who will be absent from the district on the day of election, may apply in person, or in writing, to the County Auditor at Algona, Iowa, for "Absentee Ballots". Each applicant for an absentee ballot shall state his name and address when application for such ballot Is made. DEPARTMENT OF SOIL CONSERVATION BY: /a/ Fred Cherry Chairman, State Soil Conservation Committee Department of Soil Conservation (12A & 13A) EACH A II OR EQUIVELANT ON YOUR GRADE CARD GIVES YOU A FREE PASS TO THE JOLLYTIME SKATING CENTER. BRING THEM I WE'LL BE LOOKING FOR YOU. 8:00 A.M. MORNING 8:00 KM, PUBLIC AUCTION AH I hnvo rontod my land I will hold n public unction on my fnrm loontod from the north odgo of West Bend 1 mllo onHt nnd V4 nn> north or 7% mlloa aouth of Wblttomoro on bliiok top, on Wednesday, March 31st TRACTORS IMJ MAIIIY HAMII M OAI TRACTOH Uv* Hydriulk, motir ivtrhiulid, IfJO JOHN Dllftl MT Trxt.r rum Mod. JOHN OHM A Itr |unlt, MAOHIHERY INTMNATIONAU 410 PLANTIR, *ry firllllwr iltMhftumi, MiCORMICK OANDY INHCTICIOI/ KIWANII WHIIl TANDIM DIICj MAIIIY HARRIt 4 r.w CULTIVATOR mtunli 44 M,H, 4 w«ll«n HARROW; WINO POWIR 4.row ROTARY HOI/ OUVIR J,M In. PLOW with HYDRAULIC CONTROL) JOHN OHM ].!« (n, PLOW) HORN LOAOIR with MANURI tUCKIT JOHN OHM A| », M, t\.lt. PIIID CULTIVATOR) JOHN 0««f IM», PIILO CULTIVATOR) 1 ROW ITALK CUTTIR) ll-ft, ITRAIOHT OIIC) JOHN DIIRI 1.ROW CULTIVATOR) I.H.C. IIDI DILIVIRY RAKIi TIRPHIR 1 iill.m ITUIRLI TURNIR) WAOONB ETC. PLAT 110) IMALL I.H.C. IPRIADIli) OLD WOOD WHIIL WAOON) MISCELLANEOUS LITTLI OAINT »»•(», ILIVATOR) » M,H, WHKL WIIOHTIi HUMI MIL POR CAII COMBINRl PLATFORM KALI) IOMI UIIO LUMRIRi 100 ITIIL POITI, IOC WOOD POITI, 4 ROLLI WOVIN WIRI, DUMP RAKI; HIATHOUIIR lir M.H, 44, ( M IICYCLI 1 H,P. ILICTRIC MOTOR in «rtj LAND LIVILIR) ILICTRIC DRILL PRIM, V, IN, ILICTRIC DRILL) 1IIT OP IOCK. IT WRINCHII) L«0 BINCH V|ll, OLD CAII COMIINI .nd OTHIR JUNK IRON) 500 CHICK ILICTRIC RROODIR, «-ln.h TAIL! JAW) 1 Hydr.ullc CYLINDIR .nd HOIII) FEEDING EQUIPMENT «tO PRIDI «f Ih. PARM Hound HOO PIIDIR '^K KI ' •«*"«""•«, 4«4 », PHD IHIDf I»U ft, PORTAILI IHID) I«IO ft. PORTAILI IHID, TERM; CASH. NOT ftllPONIIILI POR ACCIDINTI. NO nOMRTV MMOVID UNTIL IITTLID TOR. Carl Elsenbast, owner itlAtlAAtUM *•• _ . _ Auctioneers: Don OUude, and Charley Quinri Olerk: Iowa State Bank West Bend LARGE SPRING MACHINERY AUCTION located East on Highway 18, Emmtttburg, la. FRIDAY, APRIL 1,12:45 P.M. 9 - Plows 10 - Planters 11-Cultivators 14 - Pickers Forage Equip. Miscellaneous 3 - Crawlers 30 - Tractors 11 - Corn Heads New Equipment 6 Mowers & Field Cultivator Windrowers 7 - Trucks & Pickups Attachment for Combines Field Cult. & Disks, Harrows 20 - Combines 3 - Mixer Grinders FREE INTEREST ON CORN HEADS AND COMBINES TO 9-15.71. As little at 10 percent down payment I — Other Termi Available — PALO ALTO COUNTY IMPLEMENT CO. AUCTIONEERS - Clalr Clark Ceylon, Minn., lloyd Clark, Armstrong, IP.; Lyle Btnttn, Rlngited, la. CLERK - Palo Alto County Implement

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