Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 8, 1966 · Page 17
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I ,?>•>% Coffee Break . . » Too often Iowa couples confess they quarrel as violently a* the faculty pair in "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf." Heaven forbid! . . . They ought to take movies of 100 miles of Iowa State Fair faces on the Midway, use 'em to pacify the Reds. . . . Does ability to buy repulsive modern art denote good taste? (Money doesn't care who has it.) * * * Four people at a table in DM's best club agreed television could not be worse if run by a government bureau. (Maybe it Wouldn't be bolter, either!) As for radio — let 'em devote afternoons to eccentric old men talking to themselves. An admirer of a luscious Iowa woman has presented her with a baby-grand piano. Her husband avers wittily that No. 2 admirer hasn't even noticed yet; it fits so nicely into a corner of their living room. Would a diamond bracelet have been more discreet? * * * If the cops shot into the tires of every car which xooms past our driveway on the Avenue at 50 m.p.h. the curb would be lined with wreckage. That's 20 miles above the legal limit. These adult delinquents race home to their loved 'ones to take off their shoes. * * * We drove to Minneapolis for an Iowa girl's wedding; saw a big l«lfgame in $3 seats near third base, 2 homefUns in one inning; threw rice at the blessed pair (somebody thrust rice into our hands); took sauna baths at a swim pool with 4 saunas under a pleasure dome built by Khubla Khan. And were we GLAD to home! get COMPLETE CLOSING OUT FARM AUCTION Due to ill health we will hold a public auction on our farm located 2 miles north, 2 miles west, l /4 mile north of Swea City or 7 miles C'ast, 1 mile north of Armstrong on: MONDAY, SEPT. 12 SALE STARTS AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP 3 TRACTORS — Alis Chalmers model D-ll (bought new in 1960) complete with wide front, power steering, 2-way hydraulic; 1954 John Deere Model 60, roll-o-matic, hydraulic live PTO; 1951 Ford with step up and step down transmission, complete with loader manure scoop and large snow bucket; Heat Houser for above tractors, also all new batteries for above tractors. JOHN DEERE POWER EQUIPMENT — Model 490 4-row corn planter, offset disc. fert. with large fert. boxes; Model 400 4-row cultivator with rubber gauge wheels; 4-row rotary hoe; llVfe ft. field cultivator with hydraulic; 15-ft. tractor disc. OTHER POWER EQUIPMENT — Allis Chalmers Model 60 combine with PTO, rear auger, pick up and straw spreader in excellent cond.; Kewanee 13 ft. 4 inch wheel tandem disc; Cockshut 3 bottom 1.6" tractor plow; Teifehr 4-bottom stubble turner; Case 3-bottom 14" slat bottom plow; Case 4 bar side delivery rake; Cont. stalk cutter; New Idea model 12-A rubber tired tractor and manure spreader; Lindsay 20' lever flexible drag. OTHER MACHINERY — New Idea rubber tired wagon 15" rubber, wood flare box; Montgomery Ward rubber tired wagon with steel flare box and Victor end gate seeder; 36 ft. grain elevator; Stan Hoist, drive on hoist, with new Va hp. electric motor; New Idea 4 wheel rubber tired spreader. New A-C Mower — New 7 ft. Allis Chalmers Mower pitless. Pickup — 1951 Chevrolet pickup, good rubber, low mileage. Sheep — 13 head Purebred Blackface sheep, 3 to 4 years old; 1 Crossbred Buck. This buck has been running with ewes. Miscellaneous and Feed Equipment — Household Goods — Old antique clock, excellent cond.; 2 oak 30" x 20" antique matched picture frames; small child's reed rocker; fernery; Ingham clock; Coca-Cola chest; oil heater; house clock; electric floor & desk lamps; large roaster; butter churn; planters and what nots; fruit jars and other items. USUAL AUCTION TERMS No Property Removed Until Settled For Not Responsible For Accidents ART P. PETERSON, owner Clark & Clark — Auctioneers Swea City State Bank — Clerk REALISTIC! EVERLASTING! (Only 111 days till Yule) Gaily we'll bedeck the hall Next year it can be just as jolly, Still fresh the styro mistletoe Still green the poly holly. —JANESVILLE JILL * * * A plucky litle group of Horatio Alger devotees complain ihere are no Alger books at DM's public library. They claim if every juvenile delinquent at Eldora read 10 Algers they'd b>2 washed free of their sins. Come, come, Librarians, a FEW Algers, as an experiment. * * * My heart bleeds for Iowa golfer Floren Di Paglia who took 7 strokes on a 526-yard hole. The paper says he suffered a "nightmarish experience." For me a 6 on such a hole is an "eagle". ... I think the Iowa State Fair is in safe hands; we tron who has known quit* a few divorcees testifie* most of 'em are skinny. * * * CASUAL HINT: "BE ALOOF" How bright the zeal of a reformer burns! To elevate the missionary yearns. But wagons can't be hitched to every star; We learn to take men as they are. —LOUISE SCOTT Cor with Mrs. Harry L. Maw can count on 'em to keep it stylishly corny. . . . Yes, I favor the abolition of penitentiaries — brutal post- grad crime schools; what I favor for some crimes is public whipping, with mirrors. Cindy Bilbrey of Fort Dodge spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gjersted Jean Fleming of Des Moines spent the weekend with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Flem ing. Mary Will of Mankato, Minn, spent a few days with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Robinson were Sunday dinner guests o Mr. and Mrs. Gotch Will. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dimond am family of Milwaukee, Wis., spent the weekend with his grandmother, Mrs. Abbie Bush. Mrs. John Babcock visited Mrs. rourley home in Lake City. Mr, and Mrs. Norman Kolbe incl family of near Stic City and Wallie Geary of Fonda were Sat- trday evening supper guests at he Elwood Geary home. Wallie Geary was an all night guest. Mrs. Toin Welter, Mrs. Helen Studer and Mrs. R. C. Welter vis- ted Lydia Hubsr and Bertha /enteicher at the nursing home in Burt Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Williams and Vtr. and Mrs. Oral McCullough of forest. City spent the weekend 'ishing in Minnesota. Sunday guests of Mrs. Harold 3xley were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fatka, Mrs. Martha McAdams and Alta Bonkcr of Mason City and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Yaw Were afternoon callers. Mr. and Mrs. Rick Hauswirth visited Sunday evening at the Myron Cram home. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Cram, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Glawe, Mr. and Mrs. George Guenthcr and girls and Kathryn Hansen attended the Hansen reunion Sunday in the park at Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Cram re turned home Monday evening from Colorado Springs, Colo, where they took their grandsoi David home and visited their son Weston Cram and family. The> also did some sightseeing in th Rocky Mountain national park Estes Park and also took in th nephew Mr. and Mrs. Gail Got- anson and boys and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Daniels of Mason City, and the Jim Daniels and girls. Mr. and Mrs. John Daniels of Britt were afternoon callers. Mr. and Mrs. John, Mullins and Ir. and Mrs, Jim Mullins enjoy d dinner Friday night at Chare's supper dub in Algona, in onor of the Jim Mullins anni- ersary. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Spang- ar spent the weekend with Mr. nd Mrs. Roger Zimmerman and "odd in Cedar Fails. Mr. and Mrs. Earl McClelland Lftd family moved Saturday to heir new home in Storm Lake vhere Mr. McClelland will serve as manager of the Monsanto Fer- ilizer plant. Mr. and Mrs. Eu gent Waltman have purchased the McClelland property in Corwith. Pastor and Mrs. Walter Disch ESTATE AUCTION SALE "—quarrel on a lake dock" This vacation scene was limned to our inspired artist orally. He drew it a few days later from memory. This young sport on the dock has vetoed his girl's whim to fake a ride in another beau's Fast boat. So she's having a gentle tantrum. He's having a tantrum, too. They'll reconcile when the sun goes down. Another good: Iowa boy makes Pat Killingsworth, who grew up around Webster City & worked with us in DM & DC, is now on the contraptions the moon in a few a top exec at LA Saturn & Apollo headed for years. I 'have a wardrobe trunk he made me as a youth; he's a perfectionist. It's wonderful for train & ship trips; too heavy for air. In order to settle the estate of the late Ted DeBoer, Jr., a complete CLOSING OUT FARM AUCTION sale will be held at the farm located 2 miles South on Highway 226 and Va-mile West of Titonka, Iowa; or 9 miles North and Vi-mile West of Highway 18 on . . . SATURDAY, SEPT. 10 SALE STARTS AT 12:30 p.m. — LUNCH ON GROUNDS John Deere Machinery John Deere 3020 Tractor (full power). Tractor has been used only 446 hours! John Deere No. 227 Corn Picker, 1964 model (picked only 140 acres of corn) John Deere llVa' Field Cultivator John Deere ABG 4-row Cultivator, model 400, with 3020 mtgs. John Deere No. 5 Mower, 7' John Deere 4x14 Plow, semi-mounted, No. 145H 1960 "494" Corn Planter — John Deere — Fertilizer and Insecticide Attachments John Deere Model H Spreader John Deere 46' Elevator John Deere Sub-Soiler John Deere Running Gear, Heider Box and Hydraulic Hoist 1964 — Model No. 68 — John Deere Auger Wagon Two Other Tractors And that reminds me: This idiotic airplane strike reminds quite a few lowans like us that we'd like a train trip soon to Boston or Frisco. More fun on a train, & more relaxing, too. What's the big hurry? We hope trains perk up a bit & go after the biz. * * * ... A DM sportsman who's hunted a bentwood rocker for 9 years now has had offers from 5 sellers. . . . And one visitor from California (an ex-lowan) says drivers scare her more in DM than on the fabled LA speedways. ... A beauteous IOWA ma- Alice Schotts at the Hancock Memorial hospital in Britt on Saturday. ; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd StroUp and her Tom of Hampton and Mrs. Ron- ry. nie Stroup of Mason City were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Viola Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Marr spent the weekend with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Marr at Kalamazoo, Mich. Mrs. Esther Kouba spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. George Yeoman in Algona. William Robinson and Debbie, of Ackley, visited Wednesday evening with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Robinson, Kenny Robinson who has spent several weeks here returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Max Sloan and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sloan and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sloan of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Carlson and son of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sloan and family of Inglewood, Calif., spent the past week in northern Minnesota, fishing. . Pam Hegel and Karen Kott re; turned to their home at LaCross, Wis., after a visit with Pain's .aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. John 'Oxley."' J " Mr. and Mrs. John Oxley visited Mrs. Oxley's brother, Milo Lackore, of Forest City, at the Park hospital in Mason City. Funeral service for Mrs. Hattie Hoick, mother of Mrs. William Gourley, were held Friday afternoon at the Lutheran church in Kanawha. John E. Puffer, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Puffer, is in the U. S. Al,eONA (Iowa) ADVANCES ftobert. THURSDAY, S6PT, I, 1W6 arid family are vacationing With their parents, Mr. and Mra. Led" nafd Disdi of Mofiifoe, Wis% and Mr, and Mrs. Hbyt Woody at Reasoner, la. Mf\ and Mrs. Wayne Fleming and family'moved to GuttertbUrg from, Clinton. Mr, and Mrs. John Mullins and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Nelson of Kanawha helped their grandson, Mark Mullins, celebrate his fifth birthday at his parents home, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mullins in Clear Lake. Women attending the retreat at the Regular Baptist camp grounds near Clear Lake Friday and Saturday included Mrs. Walter Dish, Mrs. Earl Wilhite, Mrs. Viola Brown, Mrs. Berniee Oxley, Mrs. Harold Oxley, Mrs. James Zwiefel, Mrs. Ray Perkins, Mrs. Albert Fish and Mrs. Mf. atid !«rg. AMI Meyers Dayton oaks Fort Dadge .... Mr*. Laura Brockman into the house vacated Days wh<* moved to The American Legioli ary met Tuesday at the h*,...^^ Mrs. Dallas Mwodd, with Mft* Aft Tabb and Mrs. Paul Van Mel^ ton assisting. ' Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Willrett of Burt visited Sunday evening 'at the home of Mr, and Mrs, Arthur Livingston. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Long Jf. and, family, of Eagle Grove, visited' on Saturday night at the home" of Mrs. Carl Long Sr. 4 Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Scott visited Saturday afternoon at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Emil Peterson at Hutchins. even your children like to do dishes fair at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fish tended the funeral Saturday of her uncle Lloyd Santee at Per- 00 CI Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jurgensen, Mr. and Mrs. John Oxley, Mrs. Harold Oxley, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Meyers of Hampton, and Mr. and Mrs. George Kappel all enjoyed a picnic Sunday evening at Steamboat Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jurgensen were Tuesday evening dinner guests of George Campbell at Britt. D. Y. T. club members held their meeting and picnic Friday afternoon in the Corwith park. Mrs. Earl Wilhite and Jim took Vickie Wilhite home to Des Moines Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wilhite and children, of Russell, vacationed from Wednesday to Friday at the parental Earl Wilhite home. > Marilyn Krauss, who teaches 4th grade i i Webster City, spent the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. George Krauss Donna Lyle of Webster City ac companied her. Sunday dinner guests at the John Daniels home were his sisters, the, Stan Clarks of Jop lin, Mo., Alma Haugland of Lea venworth, Kans., and the Henrj Goransons of Clear Lake, also a with an... electric dishwasher! Algona Municipal Utilities armed forces. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tabb returned to their home from a two week vacation trip into Minne* sota, visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson of Des Moines spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Orville Anderson and Mrs. Marion Nail. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Welter visited Sunday at the Bill Welter home at Carroll and at the Lyle 1948 M FARMALL Two Pickups ALLIS-CHALMERS WC 1958 Chevrolet (<% ton with 4-speed transmission) 1950 Chevrolet (% ton) 1964 Lundell Tandem Disk (13 ft., 4 inches) 4 Section Drag IHC 3x14 Slat Bottom Plow M-H 8' Combine, PTO M-M Side Rake IHC 10' Binder, PTO Mounted Sprayer with tank Model No. 600 '63 Lundell Flail-type Stalk Cutter Stan-Hoist Loader and Snow Bucket IHC Endgate Seeder Demco Insecticide Appli. Auto. Roller Mill, PTO Cement Mixer Stan-Hoist Running Gear with Heider Box and Hydraulic Hoist Two Running Gears with straight boxes Clipper Fanning Mill Buildings, Feeders and Mountains — Two Brooder Houses — one 8'xl2'; one 12'xl4'; One Shelter House; 4-Pen Portable Hog House; Two Pride-of-the-Farm Hog Feeders; 8'xlO' Walk-in Hog Feeder; Two Hog Fountains; Automatic Hog Waterer; Water Tank Butler Steel Bin, 1000 bu. . Tools and Shop Equipment — Vs" Electric Drill; Two ¥4" Electric Drills; Electric Welder; 6" Skil Saw; New Portable Air Compressor; %" Drive Set; Set of 11x38 Tractor Chains; Many other tools and articles too numerous to mention! Chicken Equipment — Straw Usual Farm Auction Terms . . . CA.SH or make arrangements with your banker. No property to be removed until settled for. Not 'Responsible For Accidents TED DeOOER, JR., ESTATE „ Beenken and DeVries Bros., Auctioneers Titonka Savings Bank, Titonka, low*, CUrk ! NATIONAL BARROW SHOW j \\ ^OME OF CHAMPIONS Austin, Minn. September 12 -15.1*6* AUSTIN, MINN., SEPT, 12-15, 1966 »»»»»««««»««««»••••««•»»«•••»«»»»•»»»»««»»•« MR. FARMER - READ THESE FACTS ABOUT FALL FERTILIZER .... Facts about Fertilizing in the Fall! What Are the Advantages of Fall Fertilization? It assures you of more time next spring to get your crop planted early. Each day's delay in planting corn when soil conditions are right can cut yields by one or two bushels per acre. Reduces soil compaction. Fields are usually drier and firmer in the fall than in the spring. If the soil is compacted in the fall, the damage will be corrected by freezing, thawing, wetting, and drying during the winter. Compaction occurring in the spring may remain through the growing season. Fertilizer prices are lower in the fall, and your Cargill fertilizer supplier has more time to provide the good service you expect and are entitled to. ..-.., Proper fall fertilization speeds up the decomposition of crop residues. turned into rich humus more rapidly. The stalks, roots, and ^tubble are !. . How about loss of Nutrients? PROGRAM Men., Sept. Tues., Sept 13 —Judging 'contest! for 4-H, FFA and college teams, and Ham-Loin Index Contest for all. —Evening banquet — speaker, John Burger, community relations coordinator in the Public Relations Department of General Mills, Inc., Minneapolis, Minn. —Judging — Hampshire, Poland China, Chester White, and Duroc barrows, boars and gilts. —Soles of price-winning boars and gilts, these same breeds. Wed., Sept. 14 —Judging — Berkshire, Yorkshire, Landrace, and Spot barrows, boars and gilts, and cress- bred barrows. •—Sales of prise-winning boars and gilts, these same breeds. Thurs.i Sept. 15 —8:00 a.m. — Judging — purebred and crossbred truckloads of 10 market hogs, Champion Truckload. •—1:15 p.m. —• Premier Sires, Breed Champion Barrows, Grand Champion Borrow, —3:30 p.m. — Sale of Market hogs. EXCELLENT SHOW WINDOW FOR THE ALERT SWINE PRODUCER $e« On Display 2,500 meat-type borrows, high-quality boars and gilts from every Corn Belt state and others. Outstanding exhibits of boars (8 breeds) from certified litters. 75 truckloads of market hogs UO to a load), purebred and crossbred- Two buildings filled with displays of modern hog-car* equipment, feeds and other services. "THE WORID SERIES OF SWINE SHOWS" The University of Minnesota states, "Fall applications of phosphorous and potassium are acceptable on UNFROZEN FIELDS of all soil types." However, they caution against fertilizing STEEPLY SLOPING, FROZEN GROUND where there is danger of the fertilizer being washed off by heavy rains or rapidly melting snow. Plow-Down vs. Disk-In Plowing down fertilizer is more effective than disking it into plowed ground. With plow down, the nutrients are in moist soil where they are available to the growing plant during periods when the topsoil is too dry to supply nutrients. , What about Nitrogen? Ammonium nitrogen applied in the fall is held by the soil c.lay particles and organic matter and cannot move very far until it is nitrified by soil bacteria. How soon nitrification occurs depends mainly upon soil temperature after application. Most agronomists agree that fall applications of nitrogen should be delayed until the soil temperature at 4 inches depth is 50° F. or less. Many farmers apply half of their ammonia needs in the fall to aid decomposition of crop residues. Fall application of nitrogen is not recommended on SANDY SOILS due to the possibility of loss by leaching. Make arrangements now for all your fertilizer needs-•• using CARGILL Fertilizer! uAnuILL* INu SOUTH PHILLIPS STREET

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