Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 14, 1966 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, November 14, 1966
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4-ALOONA <l«w«) ADVANCI MONDAY, NOV. U, Bulldog Tales by Cathy Chrtichlllt. Students received a vacation ler, and to helfr him celebrala last Wednesday; one which his 88th ttrthdaVi they ail wanted? It was Pam.it- Teacher conference that day and I'm sure not everyone got a report tha,t they wanted to hear. Some students probably wished- they would have had school that day instead. •.#,., # •* Saturday night the Algona High School Drama Dept. gave their first play of the -year entitled "Our Town" unde* the direction of Elmer Sonksen. It took place in the 1900's in an average size town. The play deals with the lives of the town people. # # # v Mock elections were held at the high school and the result differed quite a but from, the real ones. In the mock election all the winners were Democrats except for the senator. ..race arid Miller won that. The results are as follows: Governor: Hughes, 253; Mur' ray, 166. Senator: 202. Miller, 208; Sniiith Representative: Hurlburt, 221; Kiilsholm, 188. Oomgrassman: Greigg, 229; Mayne, 186.' # * '< * " This week begins the 1986 Winter Sports Season. The wrestling squad opens their sear son this Wednesday at Britt. There will be pop buses going to cheer the wrestlers on to their first victory. The cheerleaders for the wrestlers are as follows: Sandy Harms Marne Parrott, Linda Martin, and Phyl Moul- toa. The basketball ;taam plays their first game Friday 'against Swea City, here. The/ basketball' " *"' cheerleaders are: , , Barb Knudsen, Jean 'Jorgensbn,' and Lark Whittsmrore. 1 ' Cor with Mrs. Harry L. Maw >ltMr. and Mrs. Walter Kirchgatter and Mr: -arid (Mrs. [G^B. Robinson were Saturday evening supper guests of Mrs. Kbuba and Mrs. Lucille Johnscwi, : JMrs. EsUier ; Kouba i and Mrs. Lucille Johnson visited.- Grace Kouba at Wesley Sunday after noon. ":> /iMr. and Mrs. '•: William Wood home after their Hancock Memorial hoftptfel, in And w»« trtmcd Julie Lywi; Mrs. fo*»,er ( Koub4 and Mrs. Lucille Johnson vftttid, Grace " ' nt Wral^ Sunday liter- ttn n Hot ry to have ititdvetiantly dttlMed anyone, , . , ^ ' Among the women who funf* food and or helped were Mo^Ahiiirfia aj ,. , * f . ,w > t - 1IWAUM IK a . _ . . _. _. . %*• .' ' V , v;>.... ttewse. noyd Btefcke, The American Legion Aitidli- Difer, AH Larson, Walter Mag My, met Tuesday everting at the nuson, Kenneth Brones, Virgil of Mf«, Ufe OWey ST. Tokheim, Everett Thorson, Wart- Richard Mall, Oskaloosfc, Kenneith Gregso,i of Mason City, Glen Marr of Minnesota, Elmer Marr and Charles Sorenson are on a hunting tr;p in Montana. Mrs. Elmer M^-rr. Mrs. Rich* ard Marr, Mrs. Viola Brown, and Mrs. Warren Lenz And son were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Harold Brown at Industry. Mrs, Bessie Stcifl of Forest City and Mrs. Evelyn Michaelson of Kanawha visited Saturday at the John Oxley home. George Gray, spent the weekend with his children in Des Moines. Mrs. Albert Johnson, Mrs. Ethel Beer and Mrs. John Oxley spent Thursday in 'Mason City, ' 1 Mr. atnd Mrs. Carrol Cram yis- ited Sunday with htt mother, Mrs. C. E. Cram at. the Darrell Morris home jn^Lohryille. t Mrs. Elwood Geary attended a bridal shower Wednesday evening at Klemme for Miss Donna Stille, who will become'the bride of Dennis Schosniwetter, November 23. ,'. ,. A • .Mrs: Albert Fish and Brett' spent Thursday and Friday in Fort Dodge at the Jack Niewald home. ' Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mullins spent the weekend in Chicago, with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Mullins. ' Mrs. Ethel Beer .enjoyed Sunday dinner with Mrs. Harold Oxley. Mrs. Ethel Beer, Mrs. John Oxley and Mrs. 1 Gail Skelley attended the bazaar at the Meth; church in Forest City on , . , , with MM. Late Oxley Jf, and lifer O'Green, Harvey L, L«r»on t , Mrs, ftidwrd Milter, instating, Matry Larson, Jim Rock, Art. Mrs. R, C. Welter, Vicfe president drew Brones, Terry Johnson, ppwidtsd at the meeting in,' the Laurel Peterson Everett JoHna^ absence of our president. The ton, Earl Kvamsdale^, Archie^ Chriitmas and exchange of gifts Ditsworth, Robert Blomster, fid wili;be held at the next regular I die Bauer, Ole Kvam*dwe. (W mectihig, at Jerry Cafe. Mto; | hopts no names have been omit C., B. Robinson, Mrt, R, C, Welter, Mrs. Ethel Beer, Mrs, Maurice Devine, Mrs. Perrie DeGroote and Mrs, Late Oxley Sr. attend' ed the county meeting at Garnier. Mi*, and,Mrs. Albert Slobe of AlgOna were Saturday .night sup- Mrs. Harold Lund, Fairmont,. Mihn., will be at Mrs. James Rock's Tuesday, Nov. 15, to show Christmas ideas. This will ba a cothbined meeting of the Eagle and , the Swea-Harrison Home- par guests at the honie of their-makers club. Members are to daughter and family,' Mi's. Jamas Daniel*. , - f ; ", ' v x ' •• . . ' Jartis Bi-ockman 'received her God and Community award Sun- at the Methodist church. . / Mr and 1 Mrt. Robert Roixick, returned th their home atkftpel- week, bring gift and other Christmas ideas for'display. "The Sam Links were at the Tom Preston's Sunday. /Guild group met with Mrs! Fred'C. Newlin and Pauline last i,, Montana, after a visit, it the '/Treva Peterson and Mrs. Dan- Lester Hash and Charles',Higgles ny Peterson, Estherville, were Vi ra«ir« 11 • '' i. f ^^*—- -* •- ^Ji^S, A —._.— _ A Al_ ^ •• t ptt, • Mrs Richard lossa, .is^aying with her. . Mrs., Elmer Marr while trtp ( Mr.- ye, a. ' Mrs:? Gerald Richardson of Brit|(yi8ited Sunday afternoon at the Albert Fish home. .The H,O.M,E, .club jnet, , . nesday evening at the home of Mrs. Don May. Favors were, made for the Hancwk Memorial hos- '- pital at Mr. and Mrs; Fred homes, Mrs. LaVernc Bosworth^.returned to,her home frbm the Lut*>eran hospital in Fort Dodge. harvest corn in Swea- SWM Eigl«—Friends' *• and neighbors gathered at Mrs. dell Ditsworth's Wednesday to harvest the corh crop.^ Men brought corn pickers", l picker- shelters, elevators, wagons.. obrn shelhrs, trucks, and' riuiherouB other machines and items relevant to the job. ' , * ', " On 'hand were ,"Jack< Reece, Wallace Dawson, Irviri Reutxel, iPairmont, Minn., O. R. .person, Harold Carr, Walter Geracricow- ski, Laverne Larson. Harry Hurlburt, Torn, Hurlburt, Leonard Larson, , Earl Kvorodale. An- w Brones, E^diel Btu, Sunday visitors at the Hans Peterson's. ' Djile Peterson helped the Arthur Dahlkes move to a farm n4ar Ceylon last week. They had be>en;farming near Haifa. They are the parents of Mrs. Danny Peterson. , , Mrs. Clayton Angel and 'Mrs. Hans Peterson visited Treva Peterson and Mrs. Dan Peterson at Bstherville Friday. -"' Mrs/" Robert Borgert, Jean Carol, and Barbara, Omaha, visited recently with her sister, the Wayne Thompsons.' He is a colonel '• at Offutt air -base at Omaha'. Mrs. Thompson and Mrs. Borgert are the daughters of the late Fred Borggrehs. As I have decided to quit farming I will sell m. . wett of W«st c Bend on pavement then 2!/i miles south, or milo south, on .e , 7 miles east and Riverside Lodiet Aid will sell lunch. -TRACTORS- , Claude Johnson, Oi-viUe 'Thore- Richard O'Green; Mcynard Madson, Arnold Madson, Art Larson, 4 SamjiLarfon, Merlin Carlson, Claude ohnson, OrvUle There- son, Ole Kvamsdale, Walter Magnusoh,' Art Kracht, Kettneth • Wcnes; * pfniar Guihri, r. : Floyd Brekke, •' Everett/ " " '" ' '"' " —" " ' reii'Brones; Irvih Terry; Johnson, Steve DlUwbrth, re^turned^/tp r spevidi^two (daughter :!aTid family,^ Mrs. Ray Gill at Iowa City. }t Sunday guests at the home of iMrs. Sylvia Izzard ,were, Mr. and ;Mrs. Maynard Hoick of Britt, Mr. and Mrs. Ted; Johnson and fam- :ily and Mr, and Mrs. Richard Nail and family. Mr, and Mrs. George Wolfe , of Algona visited Sunday evening at the Arthur Livingston home, ; '.*Mrs, Steve Davine-Sr., is a pa- ;tient at the Marcy hospital in Mason City following surgery, r* .Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Erdman •spent Sunday 'with her father wife,, Ferry Smith at Schal- ied rthem and visited her daugh ter, Carol Root ; who is teaching in Minneapolis.;. , t Sunday guests at the home of Mrs. Sylvia Izzard were Mr. arid Mrs. Maynard Hoick and family of Britt, MivandMw. TedJjpiMi- son and family and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nail and family. <:• / ;., Mr. and Mrs. George Wolfe of Algona visited Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and 'Mrs. Arthur Livingston. '•••'• •:-• ^' $ ^" ; -•• ywelv?; women from St. John Lutheran church attended guest day Friday 'at Good Hope Lutheran church in, Titonka. Mrs. tfuxhi, of India was the guest •speaker;^:.,.^y * --^v^v'---^— ; Mrs, Steve Devine Sr, underwent surgery at the Mercy ho* pital in: Mason Bty^c .?".? H A daughter was born on Friday, November 4, to Mr. and Mrs?. Richard Hauswirth, at the QrviUfe RippeiUrop. U •' ••. ''"•;- i '>-. \.* ;• ;* • •'••'• i'':a.^:''.'f'' THOMAS FUNERAL OHAPtL FEMTON .Experienced , , Smbalmers and Funeral Directors * RELIABLE 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE Funerals May Be H Referred To Us ^. -With Confidence Phon* 889-2796 — PENTON ,,fHONES: •' : ' WA.1006 - »I6-1001 - 884-1970 1958 Formal! model 45Q gas tractor with new tires, about 2600 hours. M.M. model U.B. tractor, good rubber, / , been overhauled, runs good. W.C. Allis-Chalmers tractor, good rubber, and works real good. - 1954 G.M.C. 3 /4 ton pickup, good tires, low mileage since over./\~ hauled; . . J. '..',, iTpo rushed to ehat? Ypu need a Kitchen . You get more done when you have a handy, ,Jielpfu! Trimline 4 ' extension phone in ybu'r kitchen. So pretty-prattle?!, too. Th$ lighted dial comes to you! TO ORDER, call the telephone busine§| pffice or ask your telephone man. Northwestern Bell Current Dividend Rate Home Federal Savings & All Atcogntt | v ||y1iiiwrM tf 115,000 e from Oie 15Ui^-Earn from the 1st SINCf |»)7 ^ AtOOWA, IOWA Sawn^s AtooMHts ii^ur§4. up to $15,000 by the Savings and lx>an insurance Ck«ix)ration of Washington, D. C. llllllllllllllllllliillilMillilPlllllilliBlilllllilllilli .. • • ., : •••"• i ". ••' - ". :,•••. •' -> .t.v ;i •• M.M. 4-row cultivator, rubber press wheels/ •.. fortt.B. ""•:- ^ w '' ; ,^' : ". : ';::;i|- ' New Idea No. 6A pull type picker; real • ^cjeani,;|t|> : : ;••:. }Jl+ '^^^^,.-^^^ • New Holland Super 68 baler, pa.rf ect. eon' '' John Deere 46 ft. wide type groin elevator, P.T.O., heavy chain, underslung hoist. John Deere 490 4-row corn planter, late model with round tongue, off-set fertilizer and insecticide attachment. John Deere 16 ft. spring tooth. John Deere 4-row rotary hoe. John Deere 4-section 22 ft. drag. John Deere model L manure spreader with -liie^faproiii-^t ;-v- i .i-:*., • %$:#* , • '^• • ••• K*;:•. . New Idea 4-bar tide delivery rake with low ...•'••/». :' ,• ., j - ' • !• - _'!..-- •, • * -' . •- ! John Deere No. 5 - 7-ft. power mower. John f)eere 14 ft. grain drill, 7 in. single openers, on rubber, grass seed at- John Deere drive-on wagon hoist. Farmhand manure loader with manure and snow bucket. Oliver 3*16 in. hydraulic plow. | ; Case 3-16 in. plow, mechanical lift. Western 15ft. land roller. Case A6 combine with motor and wagon 6 ft, hume reel, like new. ' 9 ft. Cose spring tooth. Clipper fanning mill, in good condition, Mossty Harris 21 straight disc, 16" blades, Humboldt stolk cutter. Heat houser for each tractor. 12OS criss-cross tractor chains* WAGONS, Etc. 2 John Deere 953 farm trailers, good rubber. John Deere wood flare box. Mandt steel flare box. l*™MM^i!»& Extra (flat beef. 325 gallon gas barrel and steel stand. 300 gallon gas barrel and steel stand. 110 gallon gas barrel. 2-50 gallon fuel barrels. 120,000 B.T.U. Champ portable fuel oil heater with 2 thermostats. Air compressor, 1 H.P. electric motor. 5 H.P. gas engine. 1000 Ib. cap. platform scale, like new. 16 ft. almost new steel gate. Tap and die set, 1/4 to 5/8 in. Pride-of-the-Farm high pressure hog water- 2-60 bu. Pride-of-the-Farm round hog feeders. > ' ' v* < 40 bu. Pride-of-the-Farm round hog feeder. 3-10 bu. round hog feeders. Round cast iron tank heater. 2-6 volt electric fencers. Gas brooder stove, 500 chix size. " ' Heat bulbs ond reflectors. 2 small house yard gates. Many small items too numerous to mention. Blond dining room table, buffer and 4 ' chairs.-'-- • ' • . ; '' : •'.••'':''.' :: .."•'' MILKING EQUIPMENT Surge 2-unit milker, pipeline for 10 cows. 2 medium size Surge buckets with lock-on pulsotors. 10 Stor-line drinking cups with VA in. plas- ticpipe and T-joints. Stewort Clip Master cow clippers. HAY & STRAW 250 balet good alfalfa hay, conditioned and put up with no rain, in barn. 300 bales good clean straw, all under roof. 75 head of mixed ewes, most Columbia ewes turned witd 2 Purebred Columbia bucks August 30. 16 feeding lambs. Holstein cow fresh abourlsTof August good fom.ly cow. CV and Bongs tctttd TERMS; Cosh, 6r make arrongemcnti with clerk bofore toIc, No property to be removed Hi *«ttlcd for, Not responsible for occ idonti should «ny ««|«r f r « w « v w AUCTIONEERS: Charley Quinn ond Jay Arnold t V { (

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