Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 10, 1966 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 10, 1966
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ADVAN^I 10, 1966 25th wedding of I i.j . ,J|fneea rr The Kenneth Thomp|is were given an open house Nov. 6 at' the St.' John's Parish ttall, Ringsted, for" their "25th ^Mding. The bride's brother, Arnold Hauge, Fertile registered ' ' " . , ". 'lihe program was announced ", W*%. HSriry L6oft. A : prelude WTO ty Mrs. Jatn,es Mallory', Lu- yferhe; The Rev. Harold 'Ander- •oti 'spoke and gave the' prayer. ' and Carla Eide, nieces n^; Mrs. Marie Heerdt, gave a story on the . A newspaper account of the wedding was read by a ntece, ',' Jean Hauge. She wore the bridal gown worn at ; the "5 years ago. She was by her coUsiri,' Terry V "Bancroft, who 'wore the „_ -.._jf Wedding suit. jvtttther ' participants present WBryMildred Wilberg Btimiick- 8«j, bridesmaid, Joy Thompson, "*•*"* mart, the bride's sisters arid rs, the fioWer girl, Lois an 'Holdorf, TVfankato, Pianist, Mrs. Lavonne Madden Mallory and Abel Hauge, who y/as-soloist. .A vocal duet was .by Marilyn and Delores . , . . • Refreshments were served at a table centered with a four tiered cake. Pouring were Mrs. Ckso^e Johnson, Armstrong, and .Mrs. Delores Grundsvold, Fort Dodge. Cake cutters were MM. Marie Heerdt, Ringsted, and Mrs. Louise Charlston, Al- goha. . • Servers were Marlene Latsche, Spencer, Mrs. Connie Satern, Forest City, Mrs. Ronald Hedin, Albert Lea, Bruce and David Saltern; Forest City, Kent and Paul Hauge, Fertile, David Hauge, Lake Mills. Mrs/Marian Widdle Hauge, Bancroft, Linda GI • ' Mildred and Delores Charlston, Lake Mills, Patricia Bartelson, Forest City, had charge of the gift table and the Chuiplc Volks, Algona, were hosts. , Kitchen hostesses included Mrs. Carl Matheson, Estiherville, Mrs. Henry. Wilbergj Mrs; Paul Hassel and Bertha Olson, Senr eca^^md, Mrs. Blanche Larson, Bancroft. Towns were Forest Gitjr, Leland, Lake Mills, Fertile, Algona, Fort Dodge, Fairmont, AJbjrf: Lea, Waltham, Minn; Spencer, Milford, Cylinder, Esthervitle, Armstrong, Fenton, Bancroft, Ririgsted, Summers, Jewell, Ames, Lone Rock, Bode, Sweia "City, Mallard, Mooreiand, Marshailltown, Whittemore, Cal- eitdar, Minneapolis, Mankato, St. James, Burt and Joice. A special surprise during the afternoon were long distance calls from a niece and nephew, the, Donald Heerdts, Laramie, WyO,, and. the Martin Charlstons, Cheyenne, Wyo. ATTEND FUNERAL Several Seneoans attended show MR. AND MRS. Bill Wyatt, Algona, spent Friday afternoon at the Hobby Show displaying his collection of rocks. Mr. Wyatt does a lot of work with jewelry making, which was displayed in the cases. ' JanJce Circle At 7:§6 f>.fn. esses Genevievt Spry atid Gertrude Ackerman, Program by Marlene Davis atid Minerva Curtis, Roll call - Joshua/ Gladys Circle a/t 2 p.m. ho3.t9s5e3 LulU Hawcott and Helen Vogel. Program, Ivy Simmons and Lslie McMullen, Roll call, Thanks artd by Lorena Roark. ' funeral seryuces for Paul Lee who' died in • Michigan. Services were hold at.the 'Giiry Funeral Home, Bancroft Thursday v^ith burial at Burt. - The Ifaul Lees formerly h'ved a half mile south of Depew. They moved to Burt' where they dperaied a cafe.' A brother,- Elmer Lee, formerly lived in the Seneca area and now lives at Eatherville. Seneca Mends of the Lees served 're- freshnienits to the famliy and frienids at the Seneca" Lutheran church. CCC CLUB MEETS Mrs. Clifford Gangestad had the Jack CreeyCCfc club Thursday. Then took up a Thanksgiving offering to be sent to" The Christian Home at Council Bliilfs: 'Mrs. LeeT;Moore had the entertainment of readings, poems, puzzle games and Bingo. Present were Mrs. Lee Moore, Mrs. Gilbert England, Mrs. 'Grin Aanonson, Mrs. Eva Aanonspn, Mrs. Lawrence Anderson, Mrs. Lloyd Berkland, Mrs. Raymond Fry, Mrs. Lester Handeland, Mrs. Louis Maas, Mrs. Adolph Meyers, Mrs. Glen Lundgren, Mrs. Joe Oakes, Mrs. Arnold Oleson and son, Mrs. Velma Planting, Mrs. John Wiersma and Gary, and Mrs. Roy Moore. HAVE SILENT AUCTION Mrs. Herbert Krause's house almost overflowed with baked goods and goodies when, fhe Seneca Modern Mixers brought foods to be sold at silent auction with the proceeds to the ohrist- ian Children's Home at Courtcil Bluffs, Mrs, Otis England, Ring: sted, and Mrs. Clifford Gangstad were guests. Mrs. Gangstad is a new member. The Christmas party will, be held at Mrs. Henry Looft's with a gift exchange. Plans will also be made for the couple. parties at the January and February meetings. The August Nelsons,, Fenitom, Fred Browns, .Mason Ctay, ;and Mrs. Nellie Thorson, Rings/ted 1 , were Thursday guests of Mrs. Christens Vahldieck, Wallingford. Sharlone and Anita Gangs/tad, eniployed at Minnesota 'Mining, Fairmont, spent the weekend with their^ parents, the Clifford OR — FORENOON DAIRY AUCTION ided to quit making I will sell my (jairy cattle 7 . , . lent on the ; ;farm located — 9 miles- north ottS ike on the north edge of Big Spirit (Shore Acre'Farrhj ^— O.. miles south'of Jackson 6n Highway "71, 3 mites west, 1 mile soujh and 1 mile west — OR — west of Superior to Highway 71, 6 miles north, 3 miles west, 1 mile south, 1 mile west — ON — MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14 SALE STARTS AT 9:30 A.M. 35 Htad of CaHl* 24 HEAD OF HI-GRADE HOLSTEIN COWS No. I—To freshen Jan. 15 with 4th calf. No, 2—To freshen Dec. 14 with 3rd calf. No. 3—No breeding date — 3rd calf cow. No, 4—Fresh Sept. 20th with 4th calf. No. 5—Fresh Oct. 4th with 3rd calf. No. (MFresh Oct. 5th with 4th calf. No. 7—To freshen Feb. 28 with 4th calf, still milking. No. &—Fresh Oct. 12th with 2nd calf, bred Oct. 31st. No. 0—To freshen Dec. 29 with 3rd calf, No. 10-^ Fresh Sept. 29th with 2nd calf. No, 11—To freshen Dec. 9 with 3rd calf. No. 12—Fresh Sept. llth with 5th calf, bred Nov. 1st. No. 13—Fresh Sept. 10th with 3rd calf, bred Oct. 29th. NO- I*—To freshen Dec. 7 with 3rd calf. No. 15—Fresh Sept. 15 with 4th calf. No. i6—Milking — 4th calf. NQ. 17—Fresh Sept. 7th with 3rd calf. NQ. 10— Fresh Sept. 28th with 4th calf. Ni i8—Fresh Sept. 22nd with 2nd calf. No,. 2JMTo freshen Jan. J5th with 4th calf. No. 21—To freshen Feb. 4th with 3rd calf. No. 2£—To freshen Dec. 9th with 4th calf. No. ?3b™-To freshen Nov. 15 with 4th calf. Nft, 24-^To freshen Feb. 19th with 3rd calf. 1! Bltck White Ficed Calye* frojn Above Cows. Four Generations of Art. Breeding. All are TB and Bangs Fed. Tested. Bred this year to a purebred Hereford Bull. MILKING EQUIPMENT — 3 Surge Seamless new style buckets- Surge Model S.P. 11 milker pump,. 115 ft. pipe with stall cpcks for 30 cows; 43 10-gal milk cans; 12-Can star Milk Cooler; 6rCan Master Built spray type side door Milk Cooler. No Prcutrty RfiDoyeJ Until Settled For Net Responsible for Accident* U*u|l Auction Term* Everett "Jeff' Johnson Wttater *nd Clerk — Auctioneer* Ut Netiooil Rink of Spirit L»k« ^ Clerk Gangestad. The Alfred Petersons visited Wednesday with her brother, the .Clifford Woodhecks, En> metsburg. .'" . f >.<•>,I.P.. ... - i -. . Mrs. Gerald Reimers had her birthday Friday with a .coffee for Mrs. Cecil Baldwin, Mrs. Alfred Peterson, Mrs. Robert Lynch, Mrs. OJaf Oftedahl, and Mrs. Eddie ReimerS, Fenton Former Burt man buried at Burt Thursday Burt—Final rites were held for Paul L&e, 74, at 2 p.m. Thursday, at the Garry Funeral Home in Bancroft, Rev. Oliver Johnson, Cylinder, officiating. Burial was in Burt township csmetery. Mr. Lee left Burt 30 years ago. He died Oct. 30, at the CoWles Nursing Home in Shelbyville', Mich.; of a coronary occlusion. He was born, April 18, 1892, and married Lillie Kiebar, who died in 1936. Survivors are two sons, Harold and Norman, both, in Lincoln, Nebr. and two daughters, Mrs. Ralph Carney, Riverside, Calif., and Mrs. James Holt, Muncie, Ind. Noae were able to attend final rites. MARINERS MEIT Mariners club met Sunday at the Bunt Presbyterian church with ten couples preAent. Devo^ tions was by Harold and Viola Becker, and the program by Robert and Maxine Angus. Hosts were Frank and* Virginia Becker and Duane and Marjorie Mawdsley. The surprise number was rhythm games by Russell and Ruth Patterson. , CUB SCOUT MEETING Cub Scout Post No. 48 will have the '1st fall pack meeting at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the School gym. All boys 8, 9 and 10 are eligible for this orientation and reorganiizational session. The boys and their parents will attend this meeting. SHOWER DATED Ah" open "house shower for Jane Mitchell will be held at 7:30 p.m., Nov. 19 at the Burt Methodist church. No invitations are being sent to alL The committee in charge extends a cordial invitation! to all. and fiiniuiiC Friday:, The" ahhual 4*H award niight Will be held at the Burt Legion haM, ThOrtday for the BUrt Blue Bird* and the Plum Creek clubs. , , } The Ward McWhorters and Lynn, Rogers, Ark., visited three days la*t,week with the Frank Ryersorts. LyrtH McWhortei- Was a Peac6 Corp^ worker in'.Tui-key and also visited in Egypt, West Germany and England and had many pictures taken while she was in these countries. Fortnightly club will meet Nov. 11 at Gehcvieve Graham's. CIRCLES WILL MEET Circles of the W.S.C.S. will meet Nov. 16: Shirley Circle at 2 a.m. at Cunningham Tea Room with hostesses Lurena Soderberg and Irma Doege. Program by Vera Schwietert and Beth Miller. Roll call, proverbs, and special, Elizabeth Kennedy. The Junior Girl Scouts made posters urging votes. The posters were distributed Mondays Junior Girl Scouts and Cadets are taking orders for mixed nuts, roasted peanuts, and crunch candy this week to be delivered at a later date. Junior Girl Scouts will meet after school at the Town Hall Thursday. ' '• Birthday Circle will meet Thursday With Mrs. Clara Van Steeniberg. Band Mothers club will meet Nov. 17 at the schoolhouse. Walter Rentz is having two weeks vacation. The Richard Ohipmans, the Lawrence Chipmans and Edith Chipman, and W. R. Chafee and H, E. Rachut Sir. visited C. B. Chipman Sunday at Mercy hospital in Mason City, r Patricia Zwlefel, student ait Emmeteburg Junior college was home, for a weekend. Aid of St. John's Lutheran church will have a bake sale, Nov. 19 at the Cunningham Tea Room. -v! The ;Mrs. iCarl Reynolds "we«;e guests at the Sylvester Robinr son's, Bancroft. Last Sunday the Carl Reynolds attended the open house at William Rike's near Woden for their 40th wedding. The Rikes are former Burt residents. ; Veteran's Day will be observed at the Burt Legion Hall wiitfi 4 pot luck Supper tor Tftetnbers PUBLIC AUCTION We will hold a public auction on farm located 6% miles North of Swea City on blacktop road on: FRIDAY FORENOON, NOVEMBER 11 SALE STARTS AT 9:30 A.M. 26 HEAD OF HEREFORD CHOICE CATTLE 10 Hereford cows with 11 calves at side (March and April calves) Lepto and Black leg vaccinated, T.B. and Bangs tested; 4 coming 2 year old calf hood vaccinated Heifer; 1 Pure bred 3 year old Hereford Bull; POWER MACHINERY 1949 John Deere model A tractor with power troll & automatic; John Deere model B tractor; 1950 Model S.C. Case tractor; John Deere 4 row tractor cult.; John Deere 2 row tractor cult.; .John Deere 4 row .rotary hoe; John Deere. 40 ft. 2 wheel grain elevator truck hopper; John Deere 4 bar side delivery rake on rubber; .John Deere No. 5 7-ft. tractor mower; Me D. model 200 rubber tired tractor manure spreader; Me D. 3 bottom 14" tractor plow with plow chief bottom; Terfehr stubble turner; Case 12 ft. spring tooth harrow. OTHER MACHINERY AND MISCELLANEOUS John Deere model 953 rubber tired wagon with wood flare box; John Deere steel wheel wagon; John Deere corn shelter with electric motor; 80 bu. round hog feeder; 5 bu. round hog feeder; 2^2x6 steel tank with hog waterer; 2x2x10 steel tank; Plank cattle hay bunks, feed bunk; 14x20 portable hog house with plank floor; 30 gal. oil lubster; Chicken feeders, waterers; Other misc. items. Warren Thompson, - Ownr Frank SanHner Estate will sail KM f allowing 21 HEAD OF CHOICE PURE BRED ANGUS CATTLE 10 Black Angus cows, T. B; and Bangs tested. 2 of these cows are pure breds from Murray Herd 4 years old. Cows are T. B. and Bangs tested; 1 Pure bred Angus Bull 3 years old from Murray Herd; 10 Fancy Black Angus calves; good enough for club work. POWER MACHINERY 1949 model 30 Cockchute tractor, live PTQ and hydraulic; Me model 2 P. R. 2 row pull type picker; New Idea 4 bar side'delivery rake; John Deere 12 ft. spring tooth harrow; Oliver 2 bottom 16" tractor plow; New Idea manure spreader; Humboldt stalk cu^er; Kovar 4 section harrow. OTHER MACHINERY i MISCELLANEOUS Case rubber tired wagon with good rubber and flare box; Me D. end gate seeder, garden tiller, like new; Portable air compressor; Lincoln electric welder comp.; 500 gallon water tank on 2 wheel trailer; Wheel barrow; New never used Knjpeo heater; 16 ft. extension ladder; .410 shot gun; .22 pump rifle; Dpufcie barrel shot gun; 4 rows slat cribbing; Several 1 x 12 boards; Grain aeration fan; 300 gal. gas barrel on stand; 18" McCulloch chain saw; Tap and dye set; 12 x 16 brooder house in good condition; Tools and other misc. items. • . . Van tlanaan will aall tbi fallowing Mllnp 20 x 40' dwelling; 20 x 30' hog house; 16. x 32' chicken housj; 10 x 12' building suitable for tool shed. Buildings must be rempved from fte property before December ]& 1066- USUAL AUCTION TERMS No property removed until settled for. Not resnoftsiWe for aecidenjts THOMPSON, SUrTKfl, JEKH1» Quiiin i Clerk, Auctioneer Swee City Hit* link, Clerk Advertise in the Advene*; Largest PAID circulation Livermore Mr». Maymt Scott Mr. and Mrt. D*lt Jolntr «nd Sharon, Mf. and Mrs. Don Christiansen and two children Were dinner guests Friday eve>- ning at the John Warner home in Humboldt in honor of Mr. Christiansen's birthday. The two ladies are his sisters. r. and Mr«. Ervln Emlek and ^children of Mount Vernon moved to Humboldt. They r to build a new home soon, but have rented a house for the time being. Mr. Emick is a truck and Vi n home for the past 10 days been Mfs. Agan's Mstef and hiiS- band, Mr. attd Mrs. gd Luch J singe* df Ltfng Beach, Calif/ Sat* urday they 111 dftv* ov«f to Sioux City whete they Spent tile weekend in the Eldon Jacobson home, daughter of the Ogans. From here the LucJwtngers will go on to Ohio to visit a daughter. They also visited a brother and family, the Fritz Guggers nt Renwick with the Ogans also be ing supper guests pise evening. Mr, and Mr«. Harvey Morey, accompanied mother, Jim and wife Who also live in Alemeda but Jim is In the Navy and Staitioned at the Naval Base iti San Francisco. Vlilfor* tit the 6rnt»t Logue home over Saturday and Sunday were Mr9..Logue's brother, Leslie Ban,bom, her sister, and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bruce, all of Red Oak. .Oflher Sunday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Nickle and children of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Schultz and children of Humboldt and Mr and Mrs. Dick Schultz and Dennie. MMMMMMMMMMMIMIIIIMMMIIMMMMM) CARPET HEADQUARTERS — Of North Central Iowa — Carrying In Stock — The Most Complete Selection of Carpeting in f hi* Area SEE OUR DISPLAYS NOWI BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE x »ulk Wagon Service Fuel Oil and Gas Free Premiums With Gas Purchases ar our station. You'll Like It! VIKING OIL Roy Stoffel, Mgr. N, Main St. "Homkiilfinc b>r SiNciaHf" We'll appreciate a chance to estimate without obligation on any town or farm construction. TIEIZ CONSTRUCTION CO. Phone *?0 BURT, IOWA LINDE IMPLEMENT CO, Farm Equipment • Allls Chalmers • Gehl • New Idea M Sertln v V Northern Iowa A Southern Minnesota for the past 29 Veers — 1937 to 1966" 272.4601 Swea City TAYLOR • Behlen Buildings. ,• Kewanee Discs. • Case Parm Machinery The Beet of Everything" Phone 295-246' , Algona WAAAAAAAMMMMfl* CARGILL, ING WMI BEH WIBBEN BuiUm* Contractor All Types Building Cabinet Work 22 S«uth Heckart, Algena Dial 295-2160 Please call after 4:00 p.m. GRAIN STORAGE And CASH BUYERS OF Ul GRAINS CARGLUNC. Dale Kleingartner Manager FEATURING: • Famous Nutrena Feeds • Aqua - Aramonii Liquid Fertilizer • Grinding & mixing on the premises / i DALE KLEIN6ARTNER, M<Mf «r TOP QUALITY PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE Koiiifth County A*Vt|ie« MO VINQ. STORAGE OMTINQ We Move HouMhold Anywhere «. Fully Furniture § " in Ittrt,, ^ W^wf iWH If 9Mlf ^w^Pw^^lj AiftM'i Httm*i!!iitJ

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