The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1966 · Page 18
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*%»«« (I..) Ih. M.I.M- at. 29 Cub Scouts Given Awards Here Feb. 15 Pack 70 of the Cub Scouts held their annual Blue and Gold banquet at the high school Annex Feb. 15 with Den I having flag ceremony. All dens were represented with almost perfect attendance. After the banquet a regular Pack meeting was held and awards given to the following: Bill Bernardo, Robert Egel, Jeff Stephenson, Ricky Buscher, Randy Buscher, John Robinson* Jim Welp, Dean Kern, Joe Bernardo, Jim Cassel, Tom Kinseth, Jeff Rich, Tim Zittritsch and Kevin Hensley. Anthony Hauser, Elaine Meyers, Warren Hauser, Mike Burris, Erman Hanson, Owen Davies, Scott Dodds, Jack Limbaugh, Jerry Bramley, James Monson, Maurice Graham, Frankie Fosnaugh, Nick Decker, Donny Christian and Rick Calhoun. Entertainment for the meeting was the Anadynes, Phil Taylor, Brocke Laws and Brad Kraft. Mike Burris and Erman Hanson were each presented with a Bov Scout handbook, Rocky Welp, Cubmaster, presented Mrs. Hauser with a 5-year den mother's pin and Rocky was presented with a gift of appreciation from the den mothers and also a Cubmaster's appreciation certificate. He is retiring as Cubmaster for Pack 70 after 3 years and Rev. Merlin c. Davies from Lone Rock is taking his place. The closing was done by Den 4. Kiwanis, Rotary Fete Cub Scout Den Mothers Kiwanis and Rotary clubs honored Cub Scout den mothers at their regular luncheon meetings last Thursday and Monday, respectively. Institutional representative of the Kiwanis Club is the Rev. Frank Harcey and of the Rotary club is Dr. Dean Koob. Jerry Thuente is a member of the district executive committee, and Elgin Allen is active. Mothers of the Cub Pack which meets at Bryant school include Mrs. Gene Schattschneider, Mrs. Jim Buscher, Mrs. Herb Hensley, Mrs. John Eller, Mrs. Ralph Hauser and Mrs. Frances Munson. Cubmaster is Rocky Welp and assistant is Rev. Merlin Davies. Den mothers of the Cub Pack which meets at Lucia Wallace include Mrs. Jim Harris, Mrs. Schoby, Mrs. Leonard Plaehn, Mrs. Jim Lytle, Mrs. Phil Diamond, Mrs. Julian Chrischilles, Mrs. Marie Penton, andMrs. Jim Peterson. Mr. Peterson is assistant Cubmaster, with Ed Sindelar the Cubmaster. There is always a need for more den mothers, and volunteers would be most welcome. Mayor's Assn. Holds Monthly Get-Together William J. Finn, Mayor of Algona and president of the Northwest Mayors Association, presided at a meeting of the organization last Friday at Spencer. Discussed were several subjects affecting the area: The road use tax program, a diagonal road from Des Moines to northwest " Iowa, participation in the federal services program on a regional co-operative basis and direct dial telephone service to all of northwest Iowa. An increase in membership of towns in the area is being sought, as well as participation in the meetings of councllmen and other city officials, World Day Of Prayer Here February 25 The World Day of Prayer observed each year, the 1st Friday of lent and sponsored by United Council of Churches, will be observed in Algona Feb. 25 at the Presbyterian church. The planning committee met with Mrs. Bill Finn, chairman, and the following representatives from local churches were present : Mrs. Roy Hutzell, 1st Methodist, Mrs. Everett Hanna, Good Hope, Mrs. Ollie Nasby 1st Luth., Mrs. Jim Kolp, Cong., Mrs . Ed Gilmore, Episcopal, Mrs. Alvin Huenhold, Presbyterian. I Harvey Anderson's tnySlilcSt COUPON SPECIALS OPEN TIL 9 P.M. TUESDAY I/J ||/~f. j I WILL SELL ALL MY PERSONAL PROPERTY ON THE FARM LOCATED 1 MILE EAST, 1 MILE NORTH AND Vt MILE EAST OF GRAETTINGER, ON Oitonfc Friday, Feb. 25 Sale Starts at 11:30 77 HEAD OF ( ( CATTLE GUERNSEY COW NO. 1, freah Nor. 16 with second calf, bred back GUERNSEY COW NO. 2, freah Dec. 15 with second eatf, bred hack GUERNSEY HEIFER NO. 3, fresh Oct.20 with first calf, bred back GUERNSEY COW NO. 4, to freshen before aale date with third calf. GUERNSEY COW NO. 5, fresh Dec. 2 with fint calf. GUERNSEY COW NO. 6, freah Jan. 6 with third calf GUERNSEY COW NO. 7, freah Nor. 29 with second eatf, brad back GUERNSEY COW NO. 8, freah Jan. 10 with second calf, bred back GUERNSEY COW NO. 9, freah Jan. 20 with second tell, bred back GUERNSEY COW NO. 10, fresh by sate date with second calf GUERNSEY COW NO. 11, freah Dee. 10 with third calf, bred back GUERNSEY COW NO. 12, fresh Jan. 2 with third eatf, bred back GUERNSEY COW NO. 13, freah Dec. 8 with third eatf, bred back GUERNSEY COW NO. 14, freah Jan. 3 with third eatf, bred back GUERNSEY COW NO. 15, to freshen hut of Feb. with fourth eatf GUERNSEY COW NO. IS, to freshen by sale date with second calf GUERNSEY COW NO. 17, to freshen second week in March with second calf 8 GUERNSEY COWS, to freshen in March and April with second eatf 2 WHITE-FACE SMALL CALVES 3 Cominc Yearling White-Face STEERS Coming Yearling. White-Face HEIFER 7 STEERS A HEIFERS, White-Face Calve* HOLSTEIN HEIFER CALF, Vaccinated BLACK HEIFER CALF 17 ChtiM ltTt.br* Cttlli 19 HEREFORD COWS, bred to calf in April, (Bun turned in July 1) 16 Hereford Steer A Heifer CALVES, Vace. 2 CHOICE 2-yr-old HEREFORD BULLS 15 Head REGISTERED A HY GRADE Horses 4 Tractors 1953 ALUS WD TRACTOR All overhauled with WD 45 sleeves and pistons, radio and Heat How. 1951 WD ALLIS TRACTOR with wide front 1(52 ALUS CA TRACTOR ALLIS WC TRACTOR with Mounted 2-Row Cora Pkker 11 Yorkshire & Black Poland Chin. Gilts Brad to Done Boar, to farrow in April (Boar tuned In Dec. 28) Allis Chalmers Power Machinery 1956 Model 66 COMBINE, with PTO, pickup, straw spreader and wagon uoloader AC MANURE LOADER with snow bucket, manure bucket and dirt blade AC No. 7 7-f t MOWER new type, without pitaua AC 4-row TRACTOR CULTIVATOR AC SUB-SOILER 2 AC 3-14" MOUNTED TRACTOR PLOWS AC 1855 BALER AC 2-Row CORN PICKER -Mack'* Millionaire" Doable Re*. American Saddle-bred PALOMINO STALUON ASHBA No. 45302,- PHBA No. 1(827, Foaled, May 18, 1961. Sire, Mack Wonder Boy; Bum, Golden MflUon. "MISS ROYAL GOLD" PHBA No. 186*7; Foalsd, April 4,1961; Sire, Andenon Royal Russell; Daa, Stone- wan Gold Penny; Bred May 4 to Herd Sire. "STONEWALL GOLD PENNY" PHBA No. 13769; Sire, Stonewall Adatiral; Dant, Hydass Beauty; Foaled, May 17,1953 (bred to herd aire) "STONEWALL GOLDEN LADY" PHBA No. 18C98; Foaled, July 23,1960; Sire, Bourbon Golden King, Dam, Stonewall Golden Penny; bred May 31 to herd sire. "LADY" PALOMINO MARE Bred May 4 to herd sire "QUEENY" PALOMINO MARE Bred May 28 to herd aire, «-yn.-old PALOMINO coming 2-yr.-old GELDING from Stonewall Golden Lady PALOMINO coming 2-yr.-old GELDING front Miss Royal GoU PALOMINO YEARLING FILLY, from Lady PALOMINO YEARLING FILLY from Mia* Royal GoU PALOMINO Yeariint STUD from Qnecnle SORREL YEARLING STUD from Stonewall Golden Penny ALBINO YEARLING FILLY from Stonewall Golden Lady All Abcre Celts an from Herd Sire Spotted Brawn * White SHETLAND MARE 4-ym-oU, Bred June 5 SorreU 2-yr.-old Getting SHETLAND PONY NOTE: Franklin L. Henom, a Vice President of Palomino Hone Breeder* of America, will be at the aale to read and interpret papers. OTHER MACHINERY J. D. 490 TRACTOR PLANTER 4-row, with fert, insecticide, (round tongue planter) McD 37 13-ft «"-Wheel TANDEM DISC New Idea TRACTOR MANURE SPREADER Model 14-A, rubber-tired Hefty-Ryan UNLOADING WAGON Model 55, Tandem Wheel, with PTO McD. 10-tt. BINDER WINDROWER J. D. 49* 4-raw CORN PLANTER with fert J. D. 15-ft TRACTOR DISC AC 15-ft TRACTOR DISC Marakaltown 14-ft FIELD CULTIVATOR •I-SBCTION HARROW IH KNDGATE SEEDER brackets for barge box 7-row Tractor Type WEED SPRAYER with down apssito PoBard l«-ft .-wheel ROTO RAKE Meyers SMt GRAIN ELEVATOR with PTO Owatoana 28-ft GRAIN ELEVATOR withgunMtor 16-ft ALUM. ELEVATOR, K h-p. RUBBER-TIRED BRADLEY WAGON IS" rubber, Hoist A Barge Bsx RUBBaW-TIRED BRADLEY WAGON If nhber, Hoist * Barge Box New Hollaad SILO UNLOADER -with 5 a.*, motor, M-ft. ha*ry cord AUCT, NOTE: Due to large amount of livestock we will start at II ;80, expecting to be selling the hones kurtysUch will be approximately 8:80. All bones originally from KitUeson and HenonxVerda. Hereford cattle are choice. Guernsey cows are either jurtfrethor«jHTDjrju/hesvy. Not too many small items, to be on time. Miscellaneous TWO 24-f t PLANK HAY SKIDS DIRT SCRAPER 3 ROTARY HOG FEEDERS 4 FEED BUNKS 2 FARROWING CRATES TRACTOR CHAINS, HEAT HOUSER HYDRAULIC JACK GAS TANK AND STAND lOxlt BROODER HOUSE KNIPCO MODEL 85 HEATER RUBBER-TIRED WHEEL BARROW NEW HORSE BLANKET SADDLE, BsUDLE MANY MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Feed-Hay-Straw 2M mmmm NEMAHA OATS 4M BALES M Cults** ALFALFA HAY Mt BakwTrd Cuttta. CLOVER-ALFALFA 2,«M BALES BROME HAY 2M BALES OF STRAW USUAL AUCTION TERMS. NO PROPERTY TO BE REMOVED UNTIL SETTLED FOB. NOT JUSofWIninU fiHI HARVEY ANDERSON BORTVIT, BROWN « CLARK, Auctioneer. (Tim*. Prim araetUnsw lew*) CRAETTINGER STATE BANK, Onfc AFTA SPOT REMOVER PRESTONE DE-ICER REG. $1.29 TRANSISTOR BATTERY FITS MOST 9 VOLT TRANSISTOR RADIOS REG. 39c PAINT ROLLER TEFLON CLEANE THIS COUPON WORTH 1.00 On Scott's Turf Builder 10,000 SO. FT. SIZE BAG FREDERICK V & S HARDWARE ALGONA, IOWA

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