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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 8, 1966
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Algono (Id.) Upper Dti Melnes Tuesday, March I, 1966 HOSPITAL NEWS Feb. 22 - Admitted: Karen Kern, Mrs. Velma Patton, Mark Stanton, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Pershlng Marlow and baby, Burt; Joseph Derner, West Bend; Mrs. Margaret Scheppman, Algona; Mark McGuire, Bode. Feb. 23 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Dahlhauser, Algona, girl, 7 Ibs., 8 oz.; admitted: Mrs. Avis Bradley, Harvey Rath, Algona, medical; Mrs. Marcella Farrell, Whlttemore, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Rex Kooyman and baby, Algona. Feb. 24 - Admitted: William Saiter, Algona, medical; dismissed: Leo Elsbecker, Bancroft; Don Smith, Sr., Algona. Feb. 25 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Terry Shafer, West Bend, girl, 7 Ibs., 8 oz.; admitted: Patricia Spencer, Algona, medical. Feb. 26 - Admitted: William Gouge, Orlando, Florida, medical ; Frank Tague, Algona, medical ; John Reid, Barbara Wicks, Algona, accident; dismissed: Gloria Kennedy, Irvington; Du- Wayne Germann, Fenton; Mark Stanton, Algona. Feb. 27 - Admitted: Donald Smith, Bancroft, T & A; Shelly Kramer, Fenton, T & A; dismissed: Mrs. Leonard Dahlhauser and baby, Algona, John Reid, Algona; William Gouge, Orlando, Florida. Feb. 28 - Dismissed: Barbara Wicks, Mrs. Caroline Wesselman, Algona. Still Need Registrations, Adult Driving The Adult Driver Education class at the Algona Community School is planned to begin March 7 at 7:30 p. m. Fritz Nielsen will be the instructor. He has had 11 years experience in conducting driver education programs. The class will meet in the high school building. Tuition charge will be $30 per person for instruction and materials. A driving Instruction permit will be needed in addition. Twenty hours of classroom work and 6 hours behind-the- wheel for each student will be included in the instruction. Classroom instruction will be for 2 hours on 10 consecutive Monday evenings, unless arranged otherwise. Behind - the - wheel will be after 4 p.m. during school days or Saturdays. A car will be provided through the school for instruction. It is desired to have enrollment made before March 7 beginning, but the tuition may be paid at the first meeting. Questions or enrollments may be directed to Elgin Allen, high school principal, or Frank Brusie, Al- . gona 295-3518 , or by writing to Frank Brusie, Adult Education, Algona Community school. It will be necessary to have 20 people express an interest in Adult Driver Education in order to conduct the program. Some enrollments have been received, but more are needed. Anyone not currently attending a high school is eligible to participate. FARM AUCTION As I have rented my farm I will sell all my personal property at the farm 2 miles east and V4 mile south of Swea City on THURSDAY, MARCH 10 12:30 SHARP 12:30 SHARP 2 TRACTORS - 1953 M.M. Model ZA tractor with live hydraulic, recently overhauled; WC A.C. tractor in good condition. MACHINERY — 1938 A John Deere with mechanical loader; 1953 M.M. 4-row cultivator with rubber guage wheels; John Deere 490 corn planter with fertilizer attachments; Oliver Model 4240 3-14 plow with trip back bottoms; Oliver Raydex 2-16 plow on steel; U'8" Kewanee wheel tandem disc; McCormick Deering 9 ft. field cultivator on steel; 12-ft. spring tooth harrow; Lindsay 20 ft. 4 section drag; Massey Harris No. 6 7-ft. tractor mower; John Deere 4-bar hay rake; 1956 Case A-6 combine with motor; M.M. 8-ft. windrower; John Deere 42-ft. wide type elevator; New Holland 77 hay baler with motor; 6A New Idea corn picker, rear elevator; 12A New Idea manure spreader; Knoedle Burr Mill with incline: Wards trailer with galvanized flare box and hoist- Rubber tired trailer with steel flare box; Rubber tired trailer; 2 bale racks; 2 — 15 ft. discs; 16 ft. 4 in. grain auger with motor, MISCELLANEOUS - Cattle oiler; 12 - 38 tractor chains; Jet wire roller; Acetylene welding torch with tanks; Forney electric welder with attachments; '/i in. Drill and bits; Skill saw; Vise; Emery wheel with motor; Heavy 14 ft. log chain and other log chains; Grease guns; Wrenches;-Silage fork: Miscellaneous small tools; 100 steel posts; Some old iron; 2 wheel trailer with a 6x10 box, 2 in. floor with spare wheel. SHEEP — 20 head of ewes with lambs at side. HAY — 500 bales of alfalfa orchard grass hay. 100 BUSHEL walk in hog feeder; 10x12 brooder house. KELVINATOR ELECTRIC range in good condition; Fruit jars; Cupboard; Like new 7' pool table. THE FOLLOWING ITEMS ARE CONSIGNED BY EDDIE BAUER —. A-6 Case vomblne with motor; Continental stalk cutter; Model N John D ere P.T.O. manure spreader. TERMS — Cash, 01 make arrangements with clerk before sale. No propei i to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for ace. ents should any occur. ELMER KOLIASCH, Owner CLERK - Farmers & Traders Savings Bank AUCTIONEERS - Quinn and Clark NRTLAND By M«7 Victor ftteh The infant daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Pershlng Marlow has been named Lisa Ann. Mother and baby are home and doing fine. Freddie, 5-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Carlson, had the misfortune of getting a broken arm from a fall on a slide Feb. 15. He started back to school Feb. 28 and is getting along fine. Mrs. Ruth Sparks and Dean visited in the Howard Sparks home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sparks visited in the parental Guy Dimond home Saturday evening. Mrs. Robert Wood and Randy visited in the Ralph Carlson home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and Judy and Mr. and Mrs, Richard, Grosser were Saturday evening visitors in the Harold Andreasen home. Axel Carlson, former Portland residenti suffered a heart attack Feb. 21 and was taken to the Britt hospital by his son Ralph. ' He has been there a week and Is getting along fairly well. Mrs. Mary Rasmussen visited in the Howard Sparks home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wood, Jean and Randy were Sunday evening visitors in the home of Mrs. John Von Bank, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Larsen, former Portland residents, are parents of a little blonde haired, blue-eyed thirteen month old baby boy they recently adopted. His name is Steven Dean. Mr. and Mrs. Larsen, Nancy and the little fellow were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Louie's mother, Mrs. Minnie Larsen. Twentythree relatives and friends called during the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Grosser and Gary and Mr.andMrs, VernKrug of West Bend, were Sunday dinner guests in the Victor Fitch home. Mrs. Edward Hubbell and four children of plover were Sunday visitors in the Bernard Phelps home. Mrs. Hubbell is a niece of Mrs. Phelps. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Phelps went to Fort Dodge Monday where they had dinner and visited Mrs. Phelps' mother, Mrs. Minnie Speriing. The Four Corner Social Club will meet Tuesday in the home of Mrs. lola Bartlett. "Religion brings doubt. Christianity answers our doubts/' i ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Amos LeGuire, Mt. Vernon, observed their 65th wedding anniversary Feb. 13 in Mt. Vernon where they are still active as custodians of the Presbyterian church there. Mr. Le- Guire is 85 years young and his wife 84. FARM AUCTION As the form has been sold, and unable to rent one, I will hold a public auction on the farm located 7'/i miles north of Swea City on blacktop or 3Vi miles south of East Chain school, on FRL, MARCH 11 10:00 A.M. MACHINERY 2 TRACTORS 1956 Allis Chalmers WD-45, real clean and new rubber, wide front, good heathouser, chains, wheel weights 1947 Allis Chalmers WC, good tires Allis Chalmers 4-row cultivator John Deere Model 55A - 3-14 in. plow. Allis Chalmers No. 60 P.T.O. combine, complete 48-ft. New Idea wide type elevator, under- slung derrick New Idea No. 17 manure spreader John Deere 490 - 4-row planter, dry fertilizer Kewanee 13 ft. 6 in. wheel tandem disc New Holland Super 66 baler, P.T.O. New Idea Model 31,7-ft. trail type mower New Idea 4-bar side delivery rake New Idea 6A, 2-row corn picker, rear elevator John Deere 15-ft. disc Lindsey 4-section lever flexible drag 4 section spring tooth harrow Stan Hoist drive-on wagon hoist I.H.C. endgate seeder M.W. farm trailer, steel flare box, wood floor New Idea farm trailer, wood flare box . MISCELLANEOUS V type hay bunk, feed bunk Cob burning tank heater 17 CATTLE 17 Hoi. cow to freshen by sale day with 4th calf Hoi. heifer fresh January 2 with 1st calf Hoi. cow fresh Dec. 25 with 2nd calf Hoi. cow fresh Jan. 10 with 2nd calf Hoi. heifer to freshen about sale day Hoi. cow fresh Dec. 25 with 3rd calf Hoi. cow to freshen with 4th calf 1 st of April Hoi. cow fresh last of Nov. with 4th calf Hoi. cow to freshen about sale date with 2nd calf Hoi. cow fresh last of Nov. with 5th calf Hoi. cow fresh 1st of Dec. with 3rd calf Hoi. cow fresh 1st of Dec. with 6th calf Hoi. heifer 10 months old, C.V. 2 heifer calves 1 bull calf Most of these cows are C.V. and now clean TB and Bangs tested 1 Reg, Holstein bull, 16 mos. old with production records MILKING EQUIPMENT Star 6 can side door opener, spray type milk cooler, like new Surge 2 unit milker with pipeline for 10 cows 1 latest style large Surge bucket 1 seam Surge bucket 12-10 go I Ion mi Ik cons FEED About 600 boles good alfalfa hay in bam put up without rain About 150 bales straw |L C £ ih ' M/? qke orr « n p emen *« *j th «!•* W*" «'«• No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accident* should any occur. Harold Mi no, Owner CD IK CU«AA ^^2*—. •?&.&_ B _•_ A »*.^^K_%. _ __. __ CLERK - Swea City Star* Bonk AUCTIONiIRS - Quinn ond Clork

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