Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1966 · Page 17
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 17

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 21, 1966
Page 17
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*#«.,,* * . r *X ^ 1 , tr *>H H -, A (* v/ 10 -20 Years Ago By Molly MicDonald A weekly feature of by-gone days David ftotitt,. Alvin. and Latry ALGONA {!«*•) AOVANCf-! "—••- *-••••• - THURSDAY, DEC,-tt/IN* . Jackie Blue) IE, James Ostfumy Jerry Bob Anderson, Dicky fiedtotv Wawen Iriggs and Billy Lauritzen. "Mrs. Jilii Godtfon «nt*rtaifi- ed at a birthday dinner Thursday for their soti Warren. Madonna. McCJulre, ne*t door neighbor, shared the courtesy an left yesterday Wortiitig by car for a month in (Mfoirnia. Miardd is aSSbdated With his father; H. R. s local contractot and buildier, "Local dMtiifs who atttftitod a district dental meeting in Ma for she celebrated a birthday son City were, H. L. McCorkle, «._ _,,, „ ,. _ Baker M M Olson fthd the same day. "A ' Bryant school annual December 13, 19*6 Tht Elvit Presley Imperton- ation Contest at the Algona theater drew a crowd of over 500 teen-agers. Pictured as they ottt-Presieyed Presley were Paul Pfeffer and Bill Fox, Perry St. John and Bill Hutchison, Algona.' The Smokt Shop, closed since a Labor Day fire destroyed the building, re-opened that week under new ownership of Lawrence Gillespie and Stewart McFadden. John Bieser retained possession of the building. James L. Kelley, son of Dr. and Mrs. Norbert J. Kelley, was one of eleven, Iowa young men chosen as candidates for two Rhodes scholarships for a five- state area in the midwest. He was a senior at S.U.I. Highest scholastic honors at .Fenton high school for the second six weeks went to Janet Behne, Joan Gushing, Marlys Jentz, Beth Newel, JoAnme Sunda, Joyce Voigt, Susan Hantelman, Judy Juhl, Vergene Norlund, Jane Ruger and Evalon Settler. William F. Finn was elected teachers' party was held Saturday evening at Glendora Bur-' bank and Veta Hocke's apart* men*. . .Present were Barbara Pool, Edna Oldaker, Gene Lucas, Helen Pink, Lola Kowalke, Katherine Van Ness, Antoinette fionnstetter and Kathleen Mullaley. G. D. Walrath. Mrs, j, M. Herbst and her sis- er Madonna Quinn spent Sat' urday at Esitherville with the Peter Ohubbs> Mrs. Chubb be- ng another sister." president of the Algona Chamber of Commerce to fill the vacancy left by Bill Zimmerman who was moving to Spencer. Wes Bairtlett was named to replace Mr. Finn as vice president. Dean Parrott had a lively birthday, thanks to Al Buchanan, "Dutch" Honsbruch, "Stu" Albrecht and Clair Rowe. The honoree's gifts included a gold fish, two bantam hens, a parakeet, a frog, a guinea pig, a rabbit and a stray dog. As the last of the presents arrived on Deleres Marlow was crowned queen of the Lone Rock all- school carnival by school board president Art Priebe. Don Jensen was king. On, the royal court were Joan Zwiefel, Alice Schmidt, Joyce Marlow, Charles Hawks, Kenneth Thomson and Victor Dreyer. ' . ,. December 10, 1936 Members of the Algona high school debating class were to meet the Mason City debate team in a contest Saturday afternoon. The Algona pupils taught by David Phillips, were Barbara Haggard, Dick Keen, Dick Norton, Margery Phillips Harry Greenberg, Bob Dewel Erma Lee Deal, Eleanor Thor pe, Margaret Ann Beardsley, El frieda Layman, Do.rothy Dailey Louise Smith, Mere.diitih E^.fli ardson and Ruby Turner. M. L. Roney's niece, Mrs. Vivian Kubec, Des Modnes, had an article in the Sunday Register on a new topic for betting in Des Moines—the outcome of King Edward VIH's romance with Mrs. Wally Simpson. She wrote that "Most Des Moines people a're on Dan Cupid's side." Found in Hodgepodge by D.E.D. "President Bob James recently appointed Lloyd Bohannon editor of the Rotary Rag, "A number of Algerians are Charter subscribers to Life, the new all-picture magazine launched by Time, Inc." Portland Mrs, Victor Fitch effi at the 1 piaflo attd ftatfteS Secret Sfcitelt wefe The Portland Progress Club neld their annual Christmas party, Thursday afternoon, Dec. 15, in the home of Margaret Govern with Thelma Meister and Linda Meister, assistant hostess. The Christmas Fair began with, a 12:30 luncheon. Members attending were, Arlene Marlow, Ethel Smith, Arlene Wood, Elizabeth Kennedy, Marie Parsons, Ella Lampe, Edith Jandl, Vera Fitch, Hazel Steven, Viola Becker, Margaret Govern, Linda Meister, Thelma Meister, Vivian Dutton, Stella Wiskus and, Flossie Bartlett. Guests were, Hazel Larson, Ruth Turnkill and Virgie Smith. ' Our 'chairman, Marie Parsons, opened the meeting with a Christmas poem. Rolj aill was the revealing of our ecret Sisters. .Christmas gifts ivere passed out. Christmas longs were sung. Margaret Gov so a cookie exchange, tot the January 19 meeting Mil be Ariefie Wdod aiid EdM Jitfc dl. Roll call, a Christina* i#H 1 enjoyed most, alto dues. Program: rJJrtrtg a recipe. Full time, Margaret ern, Thelma Meister and Linda Meister. The community was shocked and saddened by the sudden lossof a very de*r frtettd ilia neighbor, when Dwight Ruse of Portland quietly slipped away Saturday evening at 7:30 with, i heart attack. He had a fri**dly smile for everyone and, loved by all who knew Him. Mr. and Mrs. Ev C. Schwt* were Sunday dinner tl |tiestssW the home of ,Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Baum. They also call- Baum and Mr. and Mrs. Glendoh d on a cousin, Mrs. Bather Baum. Mrs. E, C, Schwtetert attended her bridge Christmas Party. Tuesday afternoon, in the home of Leona Lacey at Burt. ' : Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Parsons [eft Friday morning for Arting^ ton, Texas, where they will visit their daughter Barbara aiia family, after a visit tber£ th|y will leave for San Anton%',,Tefc- as where another daughter and family live, the John Obveras. At I have decided to quit forming I will hold o publk •action on the Jatm 3 miles eost of __ mile south or S miles south, 1 mile we»t end </, mile south of Efmore, or*Z Miles iiortn o* lokofc •* 14f> 1 ' Yt mile north on '".. ' ...-<. WED., DEC. 18 m m tf </ d Donna's Lunch on Grounds the Parrot doorstep, the phone rang and a voice inquired "Where do you want the horses put?" According to the Advance, "Parrott almost fainted!" A condemnation jury set a price ;of $32,900 on. 34.42 acres of land owned by two Algona men which would be used for a new Algona high school in the future. The members of the jury were H. W. Miller, Paul Seeley, Joel Herbst, Lloyd. Robinson, C. R. LaBarre and A. H. Borchardt. It was estimated that Algona would need a new high school in five years. Barbara Bourne, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne, was to take part in two Christmas musical presentations at Carleton College where she was a freshman. The youth fellowship of the Congregational church was to give a special service that Sunday evening. Among those taking part would be Steven Hallauer, Patty Cowan, Ben Herbst, Judy Cowan, Kim Deal, Dave Hutchins, Becky Buchanan, Tom Anderson and Richard Hutchins. Richard Palmer and nine Algona high school speech students attended a conference on government policies in Iowa City. Making the trip were Connie Priebe, Marilyn Dreesman, Sharon Powers, Darlene Skog- strom, Beverly James, Jim Anderson, Gary Bernau, Tom Hutchison and Fred Strahorn. December 19, 1946 Algona high school wrestlers defeated Fort Dodge "B" squad in the season's opener. On the winning team were B. McDanel, Webster, Klein, Lashbrook, Hagg, Holt, M. McDanel, Young and Washa. New officers of the Swe» City Lions club were Roy E. Bravinder, president; Roger Linde, first v.p.; George E. Harner, second v. p.; Michael Kennedy, third v. p.; Clayton Rookon, secretary-treasurer; Leslie Cassen, Lion tamer; Herman Bowman, tail twister; Virgil Blomster and Ralph Walker, Jr., directors. Three St. Cecelia'* student* spoke over radio station KGLQ in Mason City that week. They were Kathleen Huber, Ramona Mayer awd Merrill Walker. The Whittemore Community . Club elected new officers: president, Robert Gengler; vice president, Frank Eibert; secretary, Robert Fleming; treasurer, Francis Mullin; executive board, A. D. Brogan, Frank Elbert, Maynard Roeber, Thomas Rooney and Maurice Steier. From the Socifty Column: "Mto i- i- An*>ri*J» «***'" tained a group of boys Saturday li eelebralMM* of her son Phil's birthday. The guests were 4-TRACTORS-i After visiting there for'a' time the two families will go'to Boston, Massachusetts rwhere' 'they will spend Christmas With;John OUveras parents. ;i : ! '' ' Mrs. E. C. Schwietert attended the Fortnightly Christmas party. in the home of Esther Bahling with Elva Boetcher as- sisting'hostess. " •' ,.-'^ ; '^ Joy to \ ti/.^ lAvw!"*^..-; May the "spirit of His birth .warm \ your hearts joyous love. The Lone Rock faculty and home talent play was puesented to a large crowd in. the school auditorium. Vocal selections were done by Frederick Sdiultz and Lillian Coornbes and a quar tette consisting of Roy Leeper Gerald Godden, Vernon Hollist er and Coila Jane Hollister. Dr. J. A. Meuller of Fenton was in Rochester taking a week's post graduate work in surgery at the Mayo clinic. From Locals: _ "Mr. and Mrs. Harold jTCow «$«?&aa^&^t*&^ SMSWS»<Bfr«IS^ THE SMOKE SHOP ALGONA, IOWA BEST WISHES FOR . A HAPPY OLD FASHIONED CHRISTMAS. McCormick model 504 tractor, fast hitch, T.A., live PTO, 3 way hydraulic, power steering, oversized tires, 4 wheel weights for 504 or M.T.A., swinging draw bar, less than 800 hours. Super M.T.A. bought new in 1955, live hydraulic, live PTO, T.A., wide front, new fear tires and real sharp. 1953 Oliver 66, live PTO, 2 row cultivator for 66. 1947 McCormick model H tractor with Stan hoist loader, tilt bucket, floating valve, manure and snow bucket. ... .. MCCORMICK POWER MACH. McCormick 2 P.R. picker, rubber rollers, blower, like new, picked less than 250 acres. McCormick model 64 combine with large C motor, hume reel, new canvas, pickup and straw spreader. McCormick 12 ft. double disc grain drill, 6 in. spacings, grass seed attachment, like new. •••.•-••.-. *. .-,-.-.-.-; -.•• = .«••. - •'• ••'••• McCormick No. 463 4-row rear mount cul- *- tivator, fast hitch, rubber gauge wheels* McCormick No. 60 3-14 in. trip bottom plow McCormick No. 8 3-16 in. plow w/Super Chief bottoms. McCormick No. 8 2-14 in. slat bottom plow with power lift. McCormick No. 8 8 ft. windrower. McCormick wheel mounted sub-soiler. McCormick model 37 14-ft. wheel tandem disc. **!VI11^ McCormick adapter to make a 2 point hitch out of a 3 point hitch. Hoai* H'-^.oy series 260 sprayer, 24 H.P. KohJer rsvofor, lights, speedometer, less than 550 miles. 1953 Chevrolet *A ton pickuo, 4 soeed transmission, all overhauled, 8 ply rear tires. UNIVERSAL MANUFACTURING CO, j ] | 'i Algona, Iowa «$tt$m^ OTHER POWER MACHINERY Kewanee model 600 52-ft. wide type elevator, truck hopper, PTO, like new. Dodoer roller mill, encline auger, magnet, PTO, like new. Nobel high clearance granular applicator, like new. J.D. model 490 corn planter, double disc and fertilizer attachment, J.D, llVfe ft. field cultivator with dual lift, New Holland hay conditioner, Westindorf 4 row rotary hoe. 6liver 2-16 in. raydex plow. Nobel 6 section hnrrow w/rubber transports New Idea 4 bar side delivery rake. McCormick 3 bar side delivery rake. 21 ft. Western land roller, M,M« 7 ft. power mower. Sod buster. 12 ft, New Idea fertilizer spreader, 18 ft. stroight disc. 150 boles good straw. ^^flemilf******- I . . -150 Welp 937 yearling hens, laying good. WAGOMS, New No. 20 Groin-O-Vator, tandtm oxtl, front unloading eftvator, 9 ft. au^er, tx- tended sides. ' ' No. 20 Grain-O-Vator, rear unloadcr, tit- tended sides* ••.-.,-, * ;; «* New Holland No* 475,175-bu. cap. manure spreader, 11:25x24 in. tires. , New Holland heavy duty 5 ton farm trailer. Midwest 5 ton hoist, 6x12 ft. barge box, extended sides, 2 in. floor. , .< r ^ 6 New Idea No. 925 rubber tired trailer with Du Al hydra-powr box. , < u ^^ New Idea No. 925 rubber tired trailer^ new 7x12 ft. barge box, hoist and new 8 ply : tires. ; - ; •-- ; ••. •'..••• - • * •,- y . |>(] J. Deere rubber tired trailer, 6x12 Freeman box, 2 in. floor. •• ••. New Idea No. 925 trailer w/Hornffare b6x. 2 New Holland heavy .duty. rubber tirel trailers with 16 ft. bale racks. • Ford rubber tired trailer, Schwartz hoist, & New Idea steel flare box. • Farmers Friend 32 ft. elevator. , ; Clipper fanning mill w/electric motor. Energy drive-on wagon hoist. 2 speed jacks, 13x38, 11:25x28 tractor ''.chains.'" .',;• ' ''"" ' • BUILDINGS 175 bu. walk-in hog feeder. 9 ft. x 20 ft. - 3 pen hog house, 2 in. floor, real good., J 6 - 5x7 ft. individual Economy hog houses. 3 - 10x12 ft. Brooder houses. i- 70 gal. Utility new hog waterers. 70 gal. Ideal hog waterer. ; " 80 bu. steel hog feeder, 40 bunches of lath. Jamesway electric brooder, 500 chick size. 3 - 325 gallon gas barrels & steel stands. HOG1 48 - 3 way cross gilts, turned with 3 purebred Hampshire boors Nov. 15. , . 75 - 4 way crtiss fall pigs; 2 purebred Hampshire boars, out of Alrin Richardson herd. Hogs are double vaccinated, also for lepto end clean bangs tested. Gilts and boars clean bangs tested; CATTLE Registered W.F. bull whose sire come from the famous T. & O. ranch in New Mexico. r» ••••«•• :A **«i sire .Rkhlon«l:Wiiffen II -» Real Prince An« 662 dam Miro Anxiety ..... -—••-.*•; Holstein cow fresh Dec. 8, Black W.F. calf. Both cow and bull tested clean. __ MISCELLANEOUS Tox-O-Wick cattle oiler, stand and double wick. Tox-O-Wick Hog oiler. Tox-O-Wick Cattle oiler, face fly applicator Caswell cattle oiler. 2 V-tyoe hay bunks. 4 feed bunks. 1000 Ib. Fairbanks Morse platform scale, like new. 2-15 hole Jamesway steel nests, chicken waterers, feeders and hog troughs. 3 S I.H.C. cream separator, New wood and cob tank heater. Winchester automatic 22 long rifle, used very little. Koyher corn saver, Many good tools etc. ! Heat houser for 88 Oliver, like new, Mgytag square tub white washing machine. HOT |: Mr MiUeho ojsen tbe b«it of care of his livestock and equipment. This will be out of the better soles of the year. Be here ft 10 o.w, shorp. " TfRMS: Cash, or make arrangements with clerk before sole. No property to be removed until fettled for. Not responsible, for accidents should any occur. CYRIL J. MILLER, Owner u« i AUCTIONEERS: Charley Quinn & Clair Clark CLERK: Ftrmerf § Tr«<fcr* S«vJH 9 « lank, N»«r*H

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