Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 25, 1966 · Page 14
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Livermore winner at county Fair *.•*. f * •o V SHOWN ABOVE is Steve Berte, 13, son of the Alvin Bertes, Livermore. Steve had the champion carcass animal at the Kossuth County Fair, a 1,045 pound black Alngus. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike\Stillman. Twin Rivers, Livermore schools open Monday Livermore — The Livermore and Twin Rivers high school will open next Monday, Aug. 29 at 8:30 a.m. with a full day's session. Darrell G. DeBoom will be the new superintendent with Arnold Hill as high school principal and Hilbert Mixdorf as elementary principal. • The teachers at Livermore ,..will be: 7th and 8th grades, LeRoy Enger and Stella Heggen; 6th grade, Dorothy Turley; 5th grade, Madelyn Thorsland: 4th grade, Mrs. George Donalds; 3rd grade, Loretta Dorhout; 2nd grade, LaFav Croker; 1st grade, Mrs. Jerry Vandenburg; kindergarten, Madalyn Swearingen. Mr. and Mrs. Chet 0?an and Mrs. Earl Armstrong will again be the bus drivers out of Livermore. Jess Martin will be the janitor. Mrs. Beth Olson will be head cook for the school lunches assisted by Mrs. Margaret Vaudt. Mrs. Fred Hintz will again be school secretary. Visitors in the Karl Baessler home from Thursday until Monday were Mrs. Baessler's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Siegele, Charles and Susan of Durango, Colo. Dr. and Mrs. T. D. Rossina and two daughters have gone on a vacation trip thru the southern states. Anna Murray, who was a medical patient in the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge for a week, is now at home. The Behounek family reunion was held at the Paul Behounek cuperated from breaking her hip spen t i as t week in thie home o I net uri-rtiav* C,Vto to in o i"*t«iim^-o _ . _ . .. ^ last winter. She is in a private nursing home. LANES OPEN MONDAY The Livermore Bowling Lanes will open next Monday, Aug. 29 with George Schwetzer Verne in charge. of Lu Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilson and Cindy have gone on a camping trip thru the western states. En- route they will stop in Chadron, Neb., and visit a daughter and family. Richard Scott of Storm Lake his grandparents, the Norman Scotts. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Behou nek and five children have gon on a trip to Toronto, \ Canada home town of Mrs. Behounek, t visit relatives. They plan to b gone for two weeks. \ Mrs. Julius Becker was hos tess to the Neighborhood l Car club Tuesday afternoon at he home. A 2 o'clock desser luncheon was served and a cards Mrs. Bill Wilson won'high prize, Mrs. Henry Groh low arii Mrs. Harold Gjerstad, travel. , (lowajj ADVANCE THURSDAY, AU(i. 25, 1*66 Roy Smitlt, 75 of Livermore, rites LivSrmore — Fuineral scrvic- s for Roy Smith, 7?o, were held Monday afternoon at the Matho- di'st church with Rav. Roy Beise- meyer officiating. 'The Siever's funeral home in Kumboldt was .n charge of arrartgements and aurial was in the < c&me'tary at LuVcrne. ' Roy Smith was torn Oct. 12. 1890, near LuVerne, the son of James Smith and Caroline Deams, and received his schooling in the LuVerne vicfmity. He mar ried Alsena Walkner of LuVerne in October, 1915, arid they were tenant farmers until moving to Livermore 11 years ago, coming from Clear Lake. Survivors besides his wife are two daughters, Mrs. Roy Bosl- man (Sylvia) of Messervey, la., Mrs. Milo Smith (Izola) of Hartford, la., one granddaughter, Mrs. Victor Streede (Sandra) and two great-grandchildren, Shcrri and Steve Streede of Hartford; one sister, Mrs. Eugene Graham of Conrad, Iowa, and two brothers, Zeke and Alvin Smith of Livermore. He . was preceded in death by twin daughters. 'Mr. Smith died at his home in Livermore Friday morning. He had been in ill health for some time. sota. Mr, and Mrs. "Lefty" Gayou of Tucson, Ariz., who have spent the summer here with thfcir daughter and family, the Richard Sawyers, have returned home, where Mr. Cayou teaches. fte«6fft visitori in the ttermfcn Larson home have been their Mrs. Marcia Berryhill and son Bill, who are visiting here with his family, spent Thursday at Jackson, Minn., where they visited in the home of Mrs. Berryhill's daughter and family, the Tom Garmon home. Mr. and Mrs. Dick May of Renwick and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Becker have returned from a weeks trip of sight seeing thru the western states, going as far west as Denver, Colo. Mrs. Jack Ferguson accompanied her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Keesy of Fort Dodge, on a week's fishing trip to Minne- daughter Gertrude and family. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wehkihg and four children of Silver Springs, Md., who just returnted to the States by ship from Athens, Greece, where they had been for the past two yejars, and where Mr. Wehking was in government work. After spending 10 days here they drove on to Kansas to visit his relatives. Another daughter. Esther and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Worst and two girls of Toledo, Ohio, also spent a week at their home at the same time. Also present wds their 'son, Rev. and Mrs Clifford Larson and four children of Hutchinson, Kansas, who were enrotite to their horn-? ofti-r visiting her folks at Webster, Mass. Weekend visitors was another daughter Donna, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Loesch and three children of Albert Lsa, Minn., and Ivan Larson, who attends college at Ames. Mrs. Sylvia Kaminski and son David of Omaha spent last week in the parental Richard Ferstl home. Mr. and Mrs. George Larson of Wallingford visited in the home of his brother, Herman Larson, recently. Other visitors &re an aunt and cousin of Mr. jarson. Mrs. Tillie Christiansen ind Mildred of Estherville. Over night visitors in the Jack iharp home on Friday were Mrs. elvin Leffel and daughter Karen of Amboy, Minn., sister of rs. Sharp. ••••••••••••••••••••••A* SERVICEMEN son of Mr. and Mrs.'Leftoy G>a- harn, Algeria, has participated in this, year's annual Sei Fair at Seattle, Wash., as a : crewmfim> ber of the guided missile light cruiser, USS Providence. .. The Providence, as flagship for Vice Admiral Bernard F. Rosdef, Oommawde* First Flee*., joined with eight units of the fleet and three reserve training ships to receive an official welcome from Saaittle officials. While in Seattle,'Aug. 4-6, the entire forte of 11 ships held open house daily and divine services were conducted" Suh'day for the public. TOMATOES — In the prize garden of Ralph'.Akers and Leland Billick, Weot Liberty, one can see tomato Vines which are 84t. tall.and many of the plants still growing. PUBLIC AUCTION 1 will hold a public auction on the'farm located 2 miles north, % mile east of Swea City black top on: MOIiDAY, AUGUST 29 SAL6 STARTS AT IfM P. M. 39 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK 7 HEAD OF, CATTLE 2 Choice Ho'lstsin cows to freshen last of Septambsr with 2nd call; 2 Choice Holstein heifers to freshen last of Sept. with 1st calf; 3 Holstein cross bred 2 year old heifers: .All cattle are Bangs vacc. & T B. & Bangs tested tolled to ,r>nre 'bred .Angus Bull. 32 HEAD HAMPSHIRE HOGS 6 Hampshire Brood Sows to farrow soon with 2nd litters: 1 Pure Bred Hampshire Boar from Newlin herd; 25 Hampshire feeding pigs; All hogs are vsccinate'1 for cholera find eryRinfi1a.«. JOHN DEERE TRACTOR & POWER MACHINERY John Deere Model 60 tractor complete with power'steering, live tiyd. in excellent condition (heat houser); Jo'hn Deere 3 bottom 14" trip bottom plow; John Deere 4 TOW 'cult, with rubber gauge wheels; John Deere Model 490 corn planter with fert.; 2 row John Deere Cultivator; John Deere 12 ft. spring Looth harrow; John Deere rubber tired tractor manure spreader; John Deere 4 suc- Engaged home year. at Hayfield, Minn., this WOMEN BOWLERS MEET The Women's Bowling League "The Lucky Strikers, held their annual meeting in the Conference room of the bank Monday evening with about 30 members MR. AND MRS. Donald D. Holmes announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Margaret Ann. to Sol Odenbrett, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Odenbrett of Dakota City. The wedding date has been planned for Sept. 24. present. The president, Mrs. Jack Sharp, conducted the business meeting. The 1st vice presi- ident, Mrs. Robert Wilson, resigned and Mrs. Adolph Koester was elected to fill her place. Other officers are: 2nd vice pres. Mrs. Earl Clipston, sec.-treas. Mrs. John Renquist, sergeant-at- arms Mrs. Pete Malkmus, director Mrs. Jerry Weydert. They will start bowling next Wednesday evening, Aug. 31. BREAKS LEG Mrs. Jeanette Hewitt Ristau of Durango, Colo., a former Livermore resident, recently broke her leg in two places when she slipped off the edge of a sidewalk and fell. She had just re- MUTING MINNEAPOLIS • and stay at ^ W. R, FRANK'S jam MOTOR HOTEL AND RESTAURANT Just 5 Minutes From Downtown and Mpls. Auditorium Facing Fair Oaks Park and Minneapolis Institute of Arts DISTINCTIVE DINING 7 a.m. to 12 p.m. Daily Famous For Quality at Moderate Prices. HEATED POOL With Secluded Sun Terrace Pootside Service. 100 LUXURY UNITS Ail- Conditioned with Complete Hotel Services. Free Transportation to i Airport, Train and Bat I Centers. Also Met. SU- i diurn, Guthiie Tlieatu J and Other Poinlf Upon I School Opens Aug. 29th ,!i ' "^ •'1 Please.. Drive Carefully! S T OP DRIVERS - TA KE THESE PRECAUTIONS 1. Instill Child Safety In Your Own Mind 2. Obey All Traffic Lights and Signs 3. Be Prepared To Stop When Driving Near Schools and Playgrounds 4. Look for the Unexpected Where Children Are Congregated 5. Drive to Suit Conditions and Situations 6. Use Good Judgment When Picking Up Children In School Area 7. Exercise Extreme Care on Stormy and Bad Days CONRAD E. GRAHAM USS Providence (CLG-6) (FHT Aug. 15 — Seaman Apprentice Conrad E. Graham, USN, tion harrow. OTHER MACHINERY Case 2 row corn picker; Case 4 bar side delivery rake; New Idea No. 30 7 ft. tractor mower; 32 ft. grain elevator with, John Deere hoist; McDeering end .gate seeder.; Montgomery Wards rubber tired wagon with steel flare box; 7 row mounted tractor weed sprayer; John Deere 15 ft. disc. MISCELLANEOUS 2 Jamesway steel hog feeders; Stone Boat; Steel water tank; 2 electric motors; 2 electric fencers; Gas Space Heater; Westinghouse electric roaster; Fruit jars and other misc. household goods. MILK EQUIPMENT Surge 2 unit milking machine -with 2" pipe line for 12 cows; 2 Surge seamless milk buckets. FEED — 300 bales of 2nd cut alfalfa hay put up without a rain. Usual Auction Terms Not Responsible For Accidents No Property Removed Until Settled For BERT PATTERSON Owner Clark & Clark, Auctioneers Swea City State Bank, Clerk LOOK BIKE RIDERS - BE ALERT Always Use Hand Signals Always Ride Single File Always Stop For Stop Signs Never Hide "Double" Never Ride At Night Without a Light Never Trick or Stunt Ride Always Ride In Straight Lines Never Hitch Rides Always Give Pedestrians the Right of Way LISTEN STUDENTS - YOU CAN HELP, TOO 1. Cross Only At Corners 5. Walk on Left Facing Traffic 2. Look All Ways Before You Cross 6. Be Extra Alert on Stormy Pays 3. Stay From Between Parked Cars 7. Play Away From Traffic 4. Watch For Turning Cars 8. Wear White At Night 9. Obey the Traffic Rules Mayor Win, J. Finn Algona Police Dept. ^ Machinery Auction Located at (he NE edge of Algona, la., on Highway 18 on Wednesday, August 31, 1966 SALE STARTS 12:15 TRACTORS John Deere 4010 Gas Tractor, above aver- aqe; J. D. 730 Diesel, elc. star., wide front, sharo; J. D. 720 Diesel, elc. start, new motor; Late model M-M—GVI Diesel; Case 500 triple ranqe gas tractor, low hrs.; Farmall Sup. M, sharo. coma, o'hauled; John Deere model A, 1948; Oliver 77 gas, wide front and hydraulic; Massey Harris 33, LPTO and live hydraulic, share; J. D. 1950 B: 2—John Deere A's; J. D. 1950 A; J. D. 1949 B; John Deere GP; David Bradley Garden Tractor with disc, plow and cultivator. PLOWS John Deere 555 4-14 Trip Bottom Plow; IHC 60 3-14 Trip Bottom Plow; J. D. F-130 3-14 Trip Bottom Mtd. Plow: 4—J. D. 555 4-14 Trip Bottom Plows; John Deere 650 3-14 Trip Bottom Plow; John Deere 555 3-14 Trip Bottom Plow; J. D. F-130 5-14 Trip Bottom Plow; Case 4-bot. Plow; Case 3-bot. Plow; 2—Oliver 3-bottom Plows; 7—IHC No. 8 3- bottom slat mouldboard Plows; Oliver 4240 3-bottom Plow; John Deere No. 44 2-bottom 16-inch Plow; John Deere No. 55 4-bottom 14-inch Plow; 2—John Deere No. 44 3-bottom 14-in. Plows; John Deere No. 55 3-bot. Plow on steel. DISCS 15-foot Short Wing IHC Disk; 2—IHC 10- foot Straight Tandems; 2—12-foot Dearborn Disks; 15-foot John Deere Straight Disk; IHC 37 14-foot Tandem; 3—14-foot Kewanee Tandem; 16-foot Kewanee Tandem; John Deere RWA 13-ft. 10-in. Tandem; John Deere RW 13-ft. 4-inch Tandem. CULTIVATORS J. D. Raw Rubber Gauge Wheel Cult.; IHC, 238 Cultivator; 4—J. D. 400 Rubber aauge wheel Cultivators; J. D. 60 6-row Cultivator with 730 mtgs., near new; AC 2-row Cultivator; 2—J. D. 400 Cults, with steel; John Deere 40 Cultivator; IHC 438 Culitiva- tor; IHC 448 Cultivator; IHC 455 Cultivator. COMBINES t CORN HEADS 4—Cast A-6 Combines; 2—IHC 62 Combines; 2—G-4 M-M Combines; Dearborn Combine; John Deere 12-A Combine; 2— J. D. 30 Combines; Gleaner 6-foot Combine; 2—J. P. 12-A, PTO; 3—AC 60 Combines; J. D. 4$, 4-yrs, old, Cob, Hy. Header Control, very sharp; J. P. 25-A Combine; John Deere 210 Corn Att.; John Deere 234 Corn Att.; J. P. 434W Corn Att. MOWERS ANP SIPE DELIVERY New Idea semi-mounted 7-foot Mower; New Holland 7-ft. Mower; John Deere No. 5 Mower; 3—J. D. 494 4-bar Rakes; Lansdale Side Pel. Rake; 3—J. P. 3-bar Rakes; New Idea 4-bar Rake. ERNIE WILLIAMS ALOONA, IOWA, « NM r USUAL AUCTION TftMS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS £ UC I'^ if r ? NOTE—We have orders to clean the lot to make room for fall traders Mr. Williams will be trading every day so some items listed will be changed by sale date' We believe there will be many more items by sale date. A very good chance to eet vour machinery needs filled at your price. SEE YOU AUG. 31st at 12:15. Clark Bros. CLAIR CLARK, Ceylon, Minn, and LL0Y0 CLARK, Armstrong Iowa, AUCTION!ERS HOISTS 3—Stanhoist dr. on hoists; 2—Meyers drive on hosts; John Deere drive on hoist. PLANTERS J. D. 495 Planter with Dry Fert., with Insect.; J. D. 495A Planter with Dry Fert., with Insect.; J. D. 490 with big box fert. and Candy; 2—J. D. 490 with Fert.; 3—J. D. 290 Planters; 2—IHC 444 Planters; 3—IHC 440 Planters; 3—490s, no Fert. FIELD CULTIVATORS AND HOES J. D. CC 10-ft. Field Cult.; IHC 12-ft. F. Cult, on steel; J. D. 4-row Rotary Hoe, like new; Winpower Hoe with pickup hitch; 2— M-M 4-row Hoes; 2—J. D. 4-row Hoes; Kovar 16-ft. Sprina Tooth; J. D. 16-ft. Spring Tooth; J. D. 12-ft. Sorina Tooth. BLOWERS A FIELD CUTTERS 2—No. 2 John Deere Blowers: J. D. No. 50 Blower and 60-ft. of oipe: A. C. Blower with motor and pipe; John Deere No. 6 Field Harvester, n»w; 2-row Corn Head for J, D. No. 6, new; 1-row Corn Head for J. D. No. 6, new; John Deere Pickup Attachment for No. 6. new; Gehl Sickle Head attachment for Gehl Forage Harvester. MILLS Portable Gfthl Mill with Green Isle mixer; Leti 40-X firinder; M-W Hammermill; Letx Hammermill. PICKERS AND SMELLERS IHC 2-PR Corn PJeker, like new; 5—John Deere 227 Corn Picker*:, hookuo for anv 2 cyl. tractors; J, Deere 200 Corn Picker; 2— 6-A New Idea Corn Picker: J. D. No. 50 Shelter atMeh; J. D. No. 6 Corn Shelter; IHC Cyl. Shelter. ELEVATORS J. D. 50-ft. 15Va" Elector; 2—Mever 44-ft. Elevators; Kewanee Elevator; 2—J. D. 15- W Elevator,*; 2—New Elevator hoppers for 151/2" elevator. BALERS New Holland 77 B»ler: Case 130 Baler- IHC 45 PTO Baler; IHC 50 Baler; John Deere Bale Ejector. STALK CUTTERS 2—Continental Stalk Cutters; Brady Stalk Cytt°r! New Idea Stalk Cutter. TRUCK . SERVICE STATION HOISTS Weston Truck Hoist; Service Station car and Truck Hoist. MISCELLANEOUS New J. D. 963 Wagon: New 110-gal. trailer type Sprayer; Hagie 200-«al. trailer type Sprayer; New John Deere 29-A; M-M 9-foot Windrower; 2—J. D. L Spreaders; New Idea 12-A Soreader; 1946 Ford Pickup; Several Used Older Cars.

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