Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 19, 1966 · Page 13
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, September 19, 1966
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Wesley girl home after European trip Wesley — Louise Skow, daughter of Joseph Skows, arrived home Sept. 6 from 3 months in Europe. She worked in a paper mill in Kempton, Germany, the first two months. During the last months she and 3 friends f Save by ^ the light of Vthe moonly toured 10 European countries. In Denmark she visited Karl Kiilsholm's brother and step-mother, and other relatives, friends in England and at Bam,b2rg Germany she visited Judy Ssabsirg- Van Hove and her husband. Mr. Van Hove is in service. FIVE IN COLLEGE Louise Skow has entered Cornell college, Ithaca, N. Y., where she is working on her master's degree in home eco-nomics. She has received an assistant-ship from the college. She graduated from the university at Ames in February. Daniel Skow is at- SEE Color TV WEDNESDAY NIGHT, SEPT. 21 Wednesday night — Moonlight Madness night — is a perfect time to stop by Tom's Radio & TV and watch a few minutes (or more if you like).of RCA Color TV . . . all the new fall shows are now on and we'll show you the many wonderful things you can get with RCA Color TV. Stop by and say hello Wednesday night! ELEGANT MOBILE COLOR tending a veterinarian school in Ames for his third year. Reuben Skow is completing his last quarter of his freshman y.6af. Helen Skow is a freshman at 1. S. U., Marilyn Skow is a senior at S. C. I., Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Skow are parents of the students. DORNBIER BAPTISM The baby born to the Ed Dorn- biers Sept. 4 was baptized Sunr day in St. Joseph's Catholic church by Father Phillips and she was named Susan Marie. Mr. and Mrs. Don Dornbier of Garner were sponsors. Dinner guests in the Ed Dornbier home were the Don Dorn- biers and the infant's grandparents, the Clarence Dornbiers. INFANT BAPTIZED The infant son born to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Raney of Brookings, S. D., Aug. 28 was baptized in St. Joseph's Catholic church Sunday. He was named Mark Allen. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Tom V. Forburger. Tom J. Forburger was godfather by pro xy for his son, who is in Viet Nam. NEW BEAUTY SHOP Mrs. Roland Heard held open house in her new beauty shop Saturday. Doughnuts and coffee were served. Helen Koppen won the shampoo set; Arlene Garman, the haircut and Mrs. Frank Davis of Britt, the permanent. DIAMOND JUBILEE Some members of the Evan gelical Free church attended the Diamond Jubilee of the Britt Ev angelical Free church last week Monday thru Saturday. Carrol M. Swenson is the present pas tor of the Britt church. RCA VICTOR Mwlfstc? COLOR TV • French Provincial consolette on roll-around casters • Super-powerful New Vista VHP, Solid State UHF tuners • Glare-proof rectangular RCA HI-LITE Color Tube Radio & TV 'RCA TELEVISION & SERVICE" = Phone 5-3260 Algona SUFFERS STROKE Frank Johnson suffered stroke at his home Friday and was taken by ambulance to the Britt hospital and on to Mercy hospital in Mason City. ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—S MONDAY, SEPT. 19, Engaged MR. AND MRS. Harry Staack, Tripoli, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Janet Kay, to Jae Robert Givens, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Givens, Titonka. Janet is presently employed at the Holiday Inn Coffee House in Waterloo and Jae is employed at the Acme Electric company in Cedar Rapids. The wedding will be Sunday, Oct. 9 in the Tripoli Grace Lutheran church. The Morris Givens family are former Algonans. TURKEY DINNER The annual turkey dinner will be served by members of St. Joseph's Catholic parish Sunday, Sept. 18, to the pubb'c. Serving begins at 4 p.m. STEAK DINNER The local firemen entertained their wives at a steak dinner in the Legion hall Sunday evening. There were 40 in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hauptly had as their guests Thursday of last week, their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Madsen and their daughter,'Mr. and Mrs. Llan Perau, all of Austin, Minn. They went on to Spencer to visit the Lester Madsens. On Friday the Hauptlys were visited by her brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kruger, of Golden, Colo. Mrs. Hauptly's niece and CCC STORAGE STRUCTURES AND CCC PROPERTY OFFERED FOR SALE - SEPTEMBER 21, 1966 The Kossuth ASC County Committee, acting as agents for Commodity Credit Corporation, a corporation agency of the United States Department of Agriculture, is soliciting sealed bids on the following described property. ALGONA BIN SITE: 1 Beatrice 4 Butler 6 Columbian 18 Butler 1 Butler 3,250 bu. cap. 3.276 bu. cap. 3.240 bu. cap. 2,740 hu. cap. 2,740 hu. cap. (dismantled from Site 477) Cement Block, Lumber, Aeration Tubes TITONKA BIN SITE: 4 Great Lakes 41.03? bu. cap. 4 Great Lakes 38.200 bu. cap. 1 Columbian 3,240 bu. can. Cement Block, Lumber, Aeration Tubes WESLEY BIN SITE: 2 Great Lakes 41.032 bu. can. 4 Butler 3.97A bu. cap. 6 Columbian 3-940 bu. cap. 3 Kilbv 3.287 bu. c*o. Cement Block, Lumber, Aeration Tubes HOBARTON BIN SITE: 10 Edwards 3.250 bu. cap. 4 Butler 2.7*0 bu. cap. 6 Butl°r 2,175 bu. can. Cement Block, Lumber, Aeration Tubes BURT BIN SITE: 9 Butler 5 Columbian 4 Butler 1 Beatrice 4 Martin 1 Butler 2,740 bu. cap. 3,240 bu. cap. 3,276 bu. cap. 3,250 bu. cap. 3,350 bu. cap. 3,350 bu. cap. Cement Block, Lumber, Aeration Tubes LU VERNB BIN SITE: 2 Great Lakes 2 Columbian 11 Butler 7 Martin 1 Butl»r 41,032 bu. cap. 3,240 bu. cap. 3.776 bu. cap. 3,350 bu. cap. 2,175 bu. can. family, the Darwin Klammes of Fort Dodge were callers also on Friday. Jim Walker left last week for Grand Forks, N. D., where he is attending the State universi- y. He had completed a four- year course at Creighton university, Omaha, Neb. Mrs. Ira Robinson of Perry and her daughter, Mrs. Elaine Smith of Des Moines spent the weekend with their daughter and sister, Mrs. Roland Heard and family. They attended the open house at Mrs. Heard's beauty shop which is in the rear of her husband's barber shop. Sunday dinner and supper visitors in the Frank Hauptly home were her sister, Mrs. Elmer Munster and husband and Mrs. Hauptly's sister-in-law Mrs. Hilda Krueger, all of Hartley. The Jim Raneys and their first •born left Sunday for Brookirigs following a 10 day visit in the parental Dr. H. H. Raney and liff Anfinson homes. The Music Mothers of Corwith Lesley Community school met in he Corwith building the firsi \tesday in September. They wil neet in the Wesley Methodisi hurch basement on the first \iesday in October. Mrs. Ivan r ohnson is secretary. Vine Eisenbacher reports his irst grandchild, Debra Sue born Aug. 30 to Mr. and Mrs {Rita) Al Go>nanson, of Bartles- Ville, Okla. The infant weighed 5 Ib. 10%- oz. Terry Krout of Bartlesville, Okla., was a guest in the Vine Eisenbacher home several days over the Labor day weekend. Connie Lickteig will become the bride of Robert Ricke Saturday, Sept. 24 in St. Joseph's Catholic churoh. The Jack Lick- teigs and the George Goetzes are their parents. Paul Goetz who is stationed at Offutt A. F. B., Omaha, Neb., spent Sept. 5-9 in his parental, Geo. Goctz home. Guests there Thursday evening for a chicken ry were the Frank Kisches and Arlene Gostz of Algona. Ann and Ethel Flom had as their Thursday, Sept. 8 dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Paulson, and Rev. and Mrs. Curtis Anderson, Christi and Jimmy The dinner honored the Paul son's 51st wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Arndorfer took their daughter Vicki to Cedar Rapids last week where she is taking her junior year at Mt. Mercy college. She is an Our Lady of Mercy Noviciate. The Darrell Erdmanns of Omaha, Neb., visited his mother, Mrs. Olive Erdman. and his sister Mrs. Charles Vestrum and family Friday, enroute to Canada for a vacation. Mrs. Franklin Fox had major surgery at Iowa City recently. Mrs. John Lickteig was a surgical patient at Mercy hospital, Mason City, last week. LeRoy Grandganetts and her oarents, the Geo. Roeders, spent the weekend in Creston visiting relatives. Lori Funnemark and Chris Nygaard are students at the university in Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nelson, Marlow family reunion held in Minnesota Lont Rock—A Marlow family picnic reunion was held last week >»t Robbin Island park, Willmar, Minn. There were people from South Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa and Nebraska, 102 registered. There was a business .meeting held at which Mrs. Erich Seagebarth of Lone Rock was elected president and chairman of the 1967 reunion which will be held in Iowa. Mrs. Dick Dallman of New Hampton was elected sec.-treas. Games were played and prizes given. Door prizes were given to the following: Mrs P. W. Marlow. Burt, Mrs. Ernest Hutchinson of Bancroft, and Cindy Johnsen of Redfield, S. D Oldest member of the family present was Mrs. Georgia E. Mar low of Lone Rock, youngesl member, Daniel Marlow, son oi Mr. and Mrs. Bob Marlow o Lone Rock. vesks on vacation. Jeanne Gingrich is attending State College of Iowa at Cedar Palls this year, Sihe was a 1968 graduate of Titonka high sdHoot. Mr. and Mrs. Fred DeVfies are at home after a ittofftths vaca- tfon. They went by jet to Mamburg, Germany, to visit with their daughter who is a there. missionary Ramey Reformed circles meet- thte wefek Tuesday evening, Wednesday aftei-nwti atid Circle will visit the ootiftty Thursday afterawn, James Rode is spendifig a f< weeks at the p§f etital Afittili: Rode home between the feltfce summer sessions and fall opefl; ing of classes at Mankato college, where he is a student?; GOP WOMEN MEET The Kossuth County Republican Womians organization met in Lone Rock Tuesday afternoon at the American Legion hall. There was nomination of candidates for officers for the organization. Also plans are being made to old coffees at various homes hroughout the county in the icar future. After a business neeting and a skit conducted by \ngus Cotton of Lone Rock, re- efreshments were served by a group of Lone Rock ladies. feanne and Sue, were Sunday quests of their daughter and sis- er, Mrs. Duane Reich and hus- )and at Hampton. A group of Wesleyans attended the roast beef dinner Sunday at Ledyard, served by the Catho- "ic church members. Linda Simpson, daughter of the Lou Simpsons, who had been moloyed during the summer in a Katz drug store at Des Moines, same home Sunday night. Dorothy Simpson is employed by the Farm Bureau Insurance Co. Sister Kevin, the former Ar lene Doughans, daughter of the Elmer Doughans, was one of a large group of candidates at the State University at Iowa City t receive the master's degree a Cement Block, Lumber, Aeration Tubes HANNA BIN SITE: 2 Great Lakes 38,900 bu. cap. 2 Great Lakes 41,032 bu. cao. Cement Block, Lumber, Aeration Tubes SEXTON BIN SITE: 19 Butler 3.250 bu. cap. 10 Martin 3 3*0 hu. cao. 4 Beatrice 3.7*0 hu. cap. 1 Butler 3,276 bu. cao. Cement Block, Lumber, Aeration Tubes INSPECTION: The storage structures and property may be inspected Wednesday, September 21, 1966, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. BIDS: Offers must be submitted in sealed envelopes and such envelopes must bear in the lower left hand corner the notation: "DO NOT OPEN UNTIL PRESCRIBED TIME FOR INVITATION NO. 66-11". Offers delivered by hand must be received at the address soecified in the announcement not later than 3:00 p.m. Wednesday, September 21, 1966. Offers may be submitted on an Offer Form obtained from the ASCS County Office. Offers submitted by mail must be received not later than 3:00 p.m. Wednesday, September 21, 1966. Telephone or telegraphic offers will not be considered. All grain storaae structures purchased under this Invitation must be dismantled and removed within 30 days after notice of award by the Contracting Officer, CCC, unless the successful bidder makes arrangements acceptable both to the landlord and CCC. Comes of the terms and conditions of the sale may be obtained from the Kossuth County ASCS Office. The provisions of the terms and conditions of the sale shall become a part of the offer and uoon acceptance shall constitute a valid and binding contract between the offerer and CCC. Additional information concerning this sale may be obtained by contacting the Kossuth County ASCS Office, 1306 North Main Street, Algona, Iowa 50511. Curtis P. Haahr Office Manager , , CQunselr , ha Complete Closing Out FARM AUCTION , Due to ill health we will held a public auction,on our farm locate* miles north of Swea City, Iowa, on blacktop road No, K OfIS |/ Wednesday Morning S^nt. 21 Sale Starts at 9:00 o'clock POWE'R EQUIP. — Allis Chalmers semi'tnoUnted 4 bottom!' olow, complete with cylinder; Allis Chalmers 7 ft. mower, pitless.;, Dull type; Allis Chalmers rear mounted 4 row cultivator with gaug^ • wheels on every gang: Allis Chalmers 13Va wheel tandefn disc! , Allis Chalmers 66 Combine PTO with built-in straw chopper (NeV style rubber pick-up for above combine); John Deere 4-row rotar; hoe. This machinery is all new within the last three years aru alwavs been shedded. . : , 3 TRACTORS — 2 Allis Chalmers D-17 (1962 Models) com| olete with wide front end, power steering, two way hydraulic; New Tractor Radio — 12 volt; 1 John Deere 'B' (1950 Model), roll-O; matic. hydraulic; (All tractors in excellent cond.) !. OTHER POWER EQUIP. — John Deere model 490 4-rovj corn planter, round tongue, wjth large fertilizer boxes and off-set disc's; New Idea 4 bar side delivery rake; 20' lever flexible drag| 3 section drag with drawbar for ISVfc' disc; Terfer 4 bottom stute ble turner (new): New Idea four wheel rubber tired manure spreader; John Deere 8 ft. field cultivator with shovels; John Deere 15 ft. disc; Horn manure loader; New Idea heavy dutjj 1 snow bucket. - ( .•' OTHER MACHINERY — 2 Montgomery Ward rubber tired trailers with steel flare boxes, one with hydraulic lift; New Idea 44 foot grain elevator, recently repaired; New Idea 34 foot graid elevator; John Deere speed jack; rods and knuckles; International 2-14" plow; Montgomery Ward hammer mill, PTO with traveling feed table. . MISCELLANEOUS and FEEDING EQUIP. inders; Pride-of-Farm 50 bu. hog feeder; Pride-of-Farm automatic Hydraulic cylV Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Earing f Oceano, Calif., and Mrs. Ag- ics Dudding of Bancroft were guests at the home of Mrs. Eveyn Earing Monday evening. •••••••••••••••••« ****** .,, , ,. ...^ , served m Tin at 'capacity five' year at Regis high school in Ceda Rapids. Her sister, Sister Da mian is principal at All Saint school in Cedar Rapids for he third year. Prairie Neighbors met Monday afternoon with Mrs. Mildred Baylor. Marilyn Schipull was assistant hostess. Ruth Lickteig gave the lesson on "Hair Designing." Titonka Mrs. Mary Schroeder »»»*»*******»*»**»**»»»* Mrs. Martha Boyken was honored last Wednesday on her birthday when a dinner was held for her at the home of her son the Edward Boykens. Other guests were the Wm. Boykens Arthur Boykens and Neal Boy kens. On Friday evening severa neighbor women, gathered at he home, bringing lunch and enjoy ing,a.social evening. • Kathy Willis of Denver, Colo has been at her mother's, Mrs F. Willis, home for the past tw elec. waterer for cattle and hogs, 2 years old; Oval steel watei": ank; 2 Pride-of-Farm automatic hog waterers; Hog troughs anH • ceding nans; Heat lamps; 2—16 ft. feed bunks; Olson hay fork new); Tractor chains; 300 gallon gas barrel with stand (double: ompartment); Electric motors; Bench emery wheel; 500 Ib. pia£. orm scale (good condition); Black & Decker l /z" power drill and bits; Heat-houser for WD-45 Allis Chalmers tractor; Belt pulle^ vith throw-out for WD-45 Allis Chalmers; Shovels, forks, etc.; amesway gas chick brooder; John Deere 1 hole corn sheller; Belts; Circle saw. - r HOUSEHOLD GOODS — Frigidaire electric clothes dryer; Walnut Duncan Phyfe dining room taple and 4 chairs; Desk and chair; Westinghouse electric roaster deep fryer; Card table and 4 matching chairs; 2 modern chairs; Assorted pictures and whatnots; Light fixture for living room; Childs swing set; Child's doll bed and doll buggy; Piano bench. V FEED — 100—2nd cutting alfalfa; 120—3rd cutting, alfalfa. BUILDINGS — Portable hog house, 20'x30', plank floor and skids; Brooder house, 10'xl6'; Feed house, 6'x8'; All buildings iq good cond. ''LIVESTOCK — 12 HEAD CATTLE — 7 Choice White Faced Hereford Heifers; 2 Shorthorn heifers; 3 Holstein steers; (Cattle" on full feed.) • .'; . HOGS — 8 Choice Cross-bred Brood Sows (Farrowing witti second litter on or before sale date); 20 Choice open gilts; These hogs are of outstanding breeding and are all vacc. . 300 PULLETS — Welps Leghorns, laying good. USUAL AUCTION TERMS — No property removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents. ' ^. DEAN O. SWANSON, Owner J Clark & Clark, Auctioneers Swea City State Bank, Clerk Need Printing? AT THE ADVANCE Make us prove that YORK Is your best Grain Drying Buy Drink MILK ... it's the FLAVORFUL Way to HEALTH We say the York Drying System Is the best buy you can make. But we want you to be sure it is, so we invite you to come in and make us prove that statement, , York was designed, engineered and built by grain drying specialists. They knew from experience what features you wanted. Come in today, let us show you the York Grain Prying System . , , already proved ou the farm. YORK • %*•••« GRAIN DRYING AND SYSTEMS A| f° na . 61116111 «MreM* Meal Time, Anytime .,. Enjoy Milk! Kids at play . . . children at school . . . teens on the go . . . Dads at work . . . Mothers on the move , . . and weight- watchers of every age need the well-balanced nourishment of dairy foods. For a between meals energy booster, they all like the refres-hment of a cold glass of delicious milk. 4>| 'M M 3 1

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