Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 3, 1966 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 3, 1966
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Good neighbor deed tor ' ' a^F j !-•?,- a farmer PICTURED above are "good neighbors" who helped pick corn at the fester Walker farm last Monday. Mr. Walker is recuperating from an uljter operation at Iowa City. The farm is located northwest of Algona; ' ' ' ' ...... Front row, left to right: Roger Walker, Les A - teij Y Walker, Gene LQ.vs.tad, Vern; Walker, Russell Walker, Merlin Walker, Ralph Walker, Allen. Wal- ker, Duane Metzger, Chuck Biustrom, Lawrence Kirsch and Cecil Bjustrom. I Second row, left to right; Jim Lindhorst, Albert Metzger, Garbrant Wibben, Phil Eischen, Joe Besch, Duane Arend, Larry Devine, Cliff Lovstad, John Rich, Durwood McCarthy, William Broesder, Willie Kruse, Maynard Kueck, and Dick Kuecker. Women who helped with the noon meal were Mesdames Alvina Walker, Amanda Walker, Luella McArthur, Leon a Lovstad, Ruth Eischen; second row, Minnie Wglker, Medella Walker, Grace Bjustrom, Edna Broesder, Linda Kirsch, Viola Metzger, Ruth Arend and Bernice Walker. Children pictured are Dan Walker, John Walker, Brian Arehd and Carol Walker. ' ' " ' ' Photo by Glenn's Studio. WINS PROMOTION Long Binh, Vietnam (AHTNC) —.Dennis D. Graham, whosei wife, • Norma, and par&nits, the Harvey A. Grahams, live ait Algona, was'promoted to specialist fourth class in Long Bitih, Vietr nam; Oct. 10, .where he is assignr ed to the 576th; Ordnance Comr pany. The new grade is equivalent to corporal.; He is ; 'a jeep driver in the company, and entered, the Army in July 1965; He was graduated from Algona high school in 1962. 'PULL THE LEVER FOR' HAROLD TRAU6ER First District SUPERVISOR — Republican — • Veteran & Active in Civic Affairs • Councilman Five Years •> Town Clerk Fifteen Years • Grocer For Twenty-five Years • Young, Experienced Businessman LuVerne, Iowa YOUR VOTE WILL BE APPRECIATED Farmers Service Center -OF ALGONA- Proudly announces... MR. CLYDE HALL TRAINED CHECKERBOARD SERVICE MAN Clyde, 9 former farmer and trained serviceman, is well ified to: 1. Provide you with the latest management, disease prevention and feeding research information. 2. Help you in keeping records so you can find out for yourself the results that can be obtained by following Purina's Four Checker Program. 3. Provide you with regular on the farm delivery service. WE INVITE YOU TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS NEW SfRVICE BY FARMERS SERVICE CENTER AND THE RALSTON PURINA COMPANY, THE WORLD'S LARGEST FARM FEE DING RESEARCH CENTER. Farmers Service Center Soyth Phillips Street Alo.ona y l«wa 4-ALSONA (law) ADVANCE Irvington By Mae McLean Mrs. Marguerite Hayes, of Irvington, 'and Mrs. Agnes Whalen, Mason City, were Sunday guests at Tom .Garry's, Bancroft. The women are former classmates at St. John's school. Attending a meeting of Catholic Women's Workshop at St. Ce : celia's parish hall Oct. 27 were Mrs. Clarence Arndorfer, Mrs. Al Kohlhaas, Mrs. Donald Bormann, Mrs. Roman Thill, Mrs. Leo Ludwig and Mrs. Robert Eis u ohen, Visitors at Mrs. Florence Colwell's Qot. 30 were the Neil .Col- wells, Ames, Bob Mungers and Mrs, Marie Colwell, Algona. JVfrs. Hazel Markovetz, Urban dajej spent the2 weekend with friends in Algona. Enroute home Sunday she called at Verl Patterson's. The v Elmer'Doles met the latter's sister, Mrs. Lawrence Menke, Bancroft, at the Mason City airport Saturday. Mrs. Menke was returning from Camp Lejuene, N. C., Where she had been for three weeks with the Capt. Wm, Russells, who had a sop Wm. Earl, born Oct. 16. The Russells also have a daughter, 8. Mrs RusspJil is a daughter of the Men- fces. Mrs. Menke soent Saturday night with the Doles, and Lawrence who had just returned from North Dakota where he had been buying livestock, cam© for her on Sunday. Sunday visitors at Lawrence Miller's were the Robert Apple*gates, Atlantic, and Mrs. Darryl Swartz family, Evansdale. Mrs. Nell Potter, Algona, had the group as guests Sunday. The John Jennings, Sexton, and Clarence Canaday family were Sunday guests at Margaret Kent's, Algona. Thirty young people and char perones from the Irvington church had a hay ride last week Thursday evening with Clarence Canaday furnishing the vehicles and doing the driving. The group returned to the church for re* freshmenits. Friday night the Sunday school pupils had a masquerade Halloween party at the church dining room with 50 present. Gary, small son of the Lawrence Millers, was cut just above one eye recently when a; hoe which was being put away'-i fell the Wade striking him. %j <4) Cub Scouls visit Advanct plant Den Mother Mrs, Chuck Schafer and her assistant Mrs. Pat Watson along with eight of their nine Cub Scouts visited the Advance Tuesday. The Scouts from Pack 29, Den 5 included Craig Mawdsley, Rickie Watson, Dar Downs, Bruce Knudsen, Dirk Schafer, Jim Martin, Allan Marshall, Charles Kuester. Absent was Britt Meyer. Also visiting was Paula Schafer. • , Fred Duerr weds in Nebraska Georgia Eileen . Breakiron, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Breakiron and Fred J. Duerr were married Oct. 22 at the Base Chapel, Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska. Chaplain Hall, Captain USAF, officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride's escort was Bill Friel, Offutt AFB. Maid of honor was Kathy Ryan, Offutt AFB. Best man was Dave. McDonald, Des Moines. Organist was Airman Schwartz. A reception was held follow ing the ceremony. Mrs, Leo Johnson served punch and Mrs. Arnold Hessenius poured coffee. Host and hostess were Bill Friel and Kathy Ryan. Qut of town guests came from De% M>ines; Algona. and Curlew. She is a graduate of Connellsville schools, Connellsville, Pa Irvington By Mac McLean of Wesley, dies here Saturday Wesley — Funeral services •or Mrs, Anna Cink, 84, of Wes- ey, will be held Thursday morn- hg at 10 o'clock. A solemn requiem high mass will be said by Father ft. W. Phillips in St. Jo- tejph's Catholic church here. Burial will be in the St. Joseph's cemetery here with the Hamilton funeral home of Algona, in charge of arrangements. She died at St. Ann hospital last Saturday night. S^ix grandsons will serve as pallbearers. Anna Ciha was born in Czechoslovakia on Jan. 8, 1882, the daughter of Frank and Anna Ciha. She came to Iowa in 1900 and to Kossuth county in 190,6 after marriage to George'Cink on Oct. 16, 1906 ~at Cleveland, Ohio. Her husband preceded her in death on Feb. 24. 1965. Mrs. Cink was a charter member of the Wesley C. D. of A. ' Two sons and two daughters survive. They are Martha. Mrs. Anthony Grandgenett; St. Benedict; Edward, Woden; Helen, Mrs. Louis Wingert, Buffalo Center; and Louis, Wesley. There is also one brother, James Ciha of Cleveland, and 24 grandchildren and 39 great- grandchildren. The Leonard Arndorfers and Leo Gostzes attended the wed' ding of a nephew Wayne Arndorfer, and' Marge O. O'Rourke, at St.'Patripk's Catholic church at Britt Saturday. He is a son of the Clarence Arndorfers of Algona. The dinner and reception was in the parish ball. John Hammer /.•••',. \ rites Wednesday at St. Cecelia A retired Algona farmer, John E. Hammer, 73, died at St. Ann hospital Sunday morning.. Funeral services for him were held at«St.steecelia's ^Catholic ihurch Wednesday morning with flsgr. P. P. Gearen officiating. The Hamilton funeral home Was n charge of arrangements and mrial was made in Calvary cemetery with military rites at the graveside. Serving as pallbearers were six nephews: Richard Hammer, larold Weaver, Robert Holtz- lauer, Ronald Hammer, LeRoy Thilges Jr., and Wilbur Balk. John Hammer was born at St. Benedict on June 4, 1893, the son of Edward and Theresa Hammer. He was married to Mary Manthei on Sept. 29, 1933 at St. Joe. Besides his wife, surviving are three children, all of Algona: De lores, Donald and Edwin. There are also two sisters and a brother: Mrs. Laura Balk, of Henderson, Minn.; Frances, Mrs. A. Holtzbauer, Algona; Victor Hammer, LeSeuer, Minn. One brother preceded him in death. There are also 10 grandchildren He farmed in the Algona area for many years. Mr. Hammer served with the Armed Forces during World War 1 and was a member of the American Legion and V. F. W. posts. Mrs. Elmer Dole is recuperating from a broken left wrist when the chair in which she was sitting tipped over. Mrs. Elmer Dole plans to accompany her mother-in-law, Mrs Mary Dole, Algona, to Iowa City Monday for a check-up Tuesday - WOT - DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR Mancil R. Hurlburt STATE REPRESENTATIVE of KMSHth County We need legislators who are concerned about the interests p| the people of lowi Thos^s who would be an pbsjtruction to good legislation are hftjer left aj; Home. I.wJIJ SWPpprt Gwfirapj 1 Hughes' program for building 9 better futurf for our state and our people. MMMMMMMMIMMM FIGHTS... Johnson - Humphrey - Freeman - O'Brien -and any other cabinet member who; invades our district to save Stanley's vote for Lyndon. They tell Stanley how to vote in Congress, Dpn ? t let them tell YOU how to vote! Be independent-minded. Vote for CONGRESS Republican Maynt forCongfMt CommiUo. Rob»rt •****(? j. e°' jvev „* °\.Yi e> ' jt* r&" !6 Vt>!V ****jr- V^ •S^* > yjlP »|OV. -f9*" /<CV ,*&**• r "t» ^ V PUBLIC AUCTION As I am going into another business I will sell at public auction the following personal property on farm • .ocated: First place south of Lewisville on Highway 15 on west side of K road,_or 6 miles north of Truman, Minn,, on Highway 15 on WEDNESDAY, NOV. 9 Sale Time 1 o'clock Bachman's Lunch Wagon on Grounds J. D. MACHINERY • TRACTQRS — 1961 John Deere "3010" tractor, 2,000 hours; 1957 John Deere "520" tractor, 3,000 hours; 1966 John Deere "Cozy Cab" — fits "3010" or "4010"; 3 point hitch for JD "3010"; Wheel Weights. COMBINE — 1964 John Deere No. 42 combine with 9 foot head — picker head can be put on. ELEVATOR — 1964 John Deere 50 foot elevator, 18% inch truck hopper, PTO. OTHER MACHINERY — John Deere RG4 rear mount cultivator, 3 point hitch; John Deere 3 bottom 14" mounted plow; 1957 Jphn Deere 147CC 10 foot digger; 1957 John Deere KW 10 foot disc; 1952 John Deere 12 foot grass seeder, Model B, on rubber,, markers for drill; John Deere Rotary Hoe; John Deere No. 5 7-foot mower; 1954 Minnesota 4 bar side delivery rake; 4 section lever flexible* drag; 3 bottom stubble cleaner; Hay loader; Old plow. MISCELLANEOUS — Platform scales; Hand corn sheller Steel- Cement tile, 30" and 24"; Gas brooder stove; Homko 22" lawn mower; Fence posts; Tools and other items too numerous to mention; Tools for older cars. Stevens Model 311 12 gauge double barrel gun; Roll-away bed 1965 '-'23B" sub-soiler, 3 point hitch; 1961 trailer with hoist and flare box. FEEDER PIGS — 60 feeder pigs, approximately 35 Ibs Usual Auction Terms -r Not Responsible For Accidents No Property Removed Until Settled For , CLINTON MORRIS, OWMT Wedel A Clark, Auctioneers Merchants State Bank of Lewisville, Clerk CLOSE-OUT PRICES Taylor Implement Co

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