Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 7, 1965 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 7, 1965
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Service at Burt Monday for old timer Burt Funeral services for Merman Neitzel were held at the Burt Methodist church Jan. 4 at 2 p.m., Rev. M. C. Davies officiating. Lawrence Chipmati sang accompanied by Mrs. M. C. Davies, organist. Pallbearers were Wayne Mann, Ben Bahling, George Manus, Ralph Bristow, Alvin Baumgard, Dr. M. 1. Lichter. Burial was in the Burt cemetery with Garry Funeral Home, Bancroft, in charge. Herman Neitzel, 89, died at his home Dec. 92 of a stroke. He was born July 4, 1875 in Berlin, Germany, and came to America at the age of 9. The family farmed in the Burt-Lone education in the BUft school, i He married Kate Marlow Feb. 25, 1903 at the Burt parsonage. They farmed in the Lone ttock area till 1916, then farmed in Wisconsin 10 years, and theft retired to Burt. She died May 30, 1960. There were three children, a son Durwood Neitzel, Whitte* more; and two daughters, Evelyn, Mrs. Lyle Johnson, Lake Crystal, Minn.; and Leona, Mrs. Clint Henderson, Algona, 10 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren. One sister also survives, Mrs. Amelia Polhemus, Burt. His parents, three brothers and three sisters preceded him in death. He had lived in Burt area for 70 years. HAS CRACKED PELVIS Ruth Hasse is a patient in university hospital at Iowa City after an accident when she was walking to work. A car skidded on the icy street and the fender hit her, cracking her pelvis. As Rock area and he received his soon as she is able she will come THE NEW CASE "930" has arrived at Taylor's YLORS home id Mayor Nets J. Nelson reports ntilding permits for 1964 included 5 new homes, 1 new of> ice, and 11 repair permits. Guests of Mrs. Etta Holdren Stew Years were Seliva Cliftdn, Lulu Hawcott, Gladys Hawcott arid the Wallace Hawcotts. The Thomas Herricks moved Jan. 2 to the Glee Bullock residence on main street, which they rented. Thomas Herrick is commercial teacher. Woman's club met Jan. 4 at Mary smith's, assisting hostess Mary Jean Andrews. The topic was public affairs. A talk, Women Against Arthritis, was by Lavina Hanson. Take One Step Evelyn West Ayrault was by Marlene Stenzel. The Thees Schnakenbergs, LuVerne, were guests New Years at Roscoe Mawdsley's Jr. The birthday of Mrs. Mawdsley was also observed. The annual Congregational meeting starting with a 6:30 supper will be held at the Presbyterian church Jan. 7. Frank and Marie Drown, Missionaries for 20 years to the head hunters in Ecuador showed pictures and told of their exper iences there Sunday, Jan. 3 at Burt Presbyterian church. The Drowns and 5 children are now in Curlew, on a year's furlough, and wia return to Ecuador in June. They visited Burl; and told of their work as Missionar htve a daughter, Gent, 9, tfld son Tommy 1. Mfs. Wolf is the former Marlene Black. Grandparents arc the Stanley Blacks and Homer Wolfs, and great grandparents are the Anthony and George Wolfs, Ban MMMMMIMMMMMMI Bceds have had thelf slstef «fid aunt as giscst several days over Mcvv Years, Mrs. Ruth Wood, Ihicago. She spent Christmas Titonka Mri. Miry Sthroedef es in 1956. Lunch was served fter '.he meeting. A family dinner was held at Martin Becker's, Algona, Sun- lay, and present were the Frank Beckers, George Beckers, Har- Rex Taylor, shown with a new "930" Case, is proud to present the newest of farm tractors to the Kossuth County Area. The new 100 HP "930" Case row-crop tractor is now on display al Taylor's. This new tractor can be seen anytime. Drop by and see the best tractor buy in Kossuth County — the Case "930.' Taylor Implement Co. "Your Case & Behlen Headquarters" 5-2467 ALGONA croJt. Gctta and Tommy ave s'.ay- ng this week with the Stanley Blacks. Guests of Mrs. Lulu Ringsdorf and Mrs. Amelia Polhemus New Years were the Roy Ringsdorfs and Donald Ringsdorfs. Guests New Years at Ruth Hodgson's were the F. L. Rycr- sons and Mrs. A. H. Meinzer. The Russell Robas, Elmore, and Carol Ann Roba, Minneapolis, were guests New Years at F. C. Soderberg's. The Duane Grosses, Forest City, Form Sewicks, Algona and Mrs. C. M. Gross were guests of Mrs. Art Leason and Lura Sewick New Years day. Harry Sewick, Ireton, visited at his sister, Mrs. Art Leason, Thursday to Sunday. Guests Sunday at Glen Grouse's, Humboldt, were the Billy Giffords, Mrs. C. M. Gross, Mrs. Art Leason, the Duane Grosses and the Perry Grosses, both of Forest City. The Dr. J. G. Clapsaddles left by plane Jan. 6 from Mason City for Houston, Tex. Their grandson Jerry, son of Dr. Dean Clapsaddle, Clear Lake, drove their car to Houston. They wil" go by car to McAllen, Texas, fpi the winter. Jerry Clapsaddle is attending the university at Houston. The Clapsaddles spent the Christmas holiday at Dr. Dean Clapsaddle's. The W. F. Gild- ners, Mason City, were also guests. Mrs. Gildner is the for- The meeting of the official joard of Titonka Methodist hurch, which was to have been icld Jan. 25, has been changed o Jan. 7. The Legion Auxiliary met Monday for their regular busi- ress meeting, at Mrs. Stan Maris's, with Mrs. Henry Orthcl o-hostess. Diane Gartner, student at Worningsidc, was at the parental larold Gartner's from Dec. 18 mtil Jan. 3. They all spent five days over Christmas at their other daughter, the Marc Lang- and's, Denver, Colo. Mrs. Mary Budlong spent Christmas at her son, the Don Budlong's. In the evening they were guests at a daughter, the D. B. Buffingtons, Forest City. The Rev. Max Goldmans were evening guests. Mrs. Mabel Pannhoff, Mason !ity, was a New Years guest ol tier brother, the Frank Fishers The Harry Bceds and Chas vith a niece, the Wilbur Sen- •aitis, Clear Lake. Mrs. Grace Jackman, Algona, visited Sunday at Mrs. Mary 3udtong's. Raliegh Pannkttk, Omaha, spent several days at Senus Isc- nrand's. He went to Minneapolis to visit his brothers. New Years guests at Erwin Eden's were the Dr. Alders, Forest City. Edith and Hazel Budlong left Dec. 27 for Mesa, Ariz., for the winter months. The Verne Rafdals spent from Dec. 18 to 31, on a trip to Olympia, Wash., to visit her sister, the Marvin Bchretuls. The Tod Dunmircs, Rockwell Citv, were guests Saturday at Wilbur Sexton's. The Alfred Ocsterrciclicrs arc leaving Friday for Los Angeles to spend the winter. They will visit her son, the Captain Thomas Aichers, Omaha, and also in Phoenix and Mesa, Ariz, on the way. The Lewis Larscns, Lime Springs, spent the weekend be- New ¥*•*'* with Mi Moth' er, Mrs. Minnie Larson. They all were at Glen Larsen's Dec. 28. A sister, the Verner Laus and Diane, Anita, Patricia and Virginia Moore were others present. The Melvin Ricks visited the mental Simon Ricks New Years. New Years guests of Mrs. Minnie Larson were the Wm. Spei chers. The Kenneth Zimmermans, DCS Moincs, were New Years guests at Sen us Iscbrand's. Advertise in the Advance — largest PAID eirculetionl WIRING Connected or Corrected ' UTT ELECTRIC "JIM UTT" I Phone 295-2223 ALdGNA (fowl) AOVAMCI-S THURSDAY, JAN, 1, 196S BRICK is our business" • RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL "General Construction and Plastering" — For Free Estimates Call — 5-3721 Prothman and Sons ALGONA, IOWA old Beckers, Roscoe Mawdslcys, (r., Thees Schnakenbergs and Mrs. Ethel Haines. Monday the roup attended 'the funeral of jeRoy Koppen at Sacred Heart chunh in Ledyard. 'LeRoy Kop>en, son of Peter Koppen, Lake- .a, was a cousin of the Beckers. Larry Hinckley phoned his [oiks he had lost his car, a 1960 Pontiac, in a fire at the Sioux City body shop where it was being repaired after the accident Nov. 29. The Fred Lupkes' and Marlys were guests Jan. 3 at Alvin Baumgard's. The J. J. Olsons, Osage, were guests Jan. 3 at Ed Fredrickson's. They received news that another brother L. H Olson, 72, died Dec. 28 at Hesperia, Calif, after a stroke. The Stanley Blacks spent the weekend in Minneapolis at Perry St. John's. Mrs. St. John is the former Mary Helen Black. The Eugene Wolfs have a. 6Vz Ib. daughter born Jan. 4 at the hospital in Estherville. They Tom Staley will pay you a dollar if you'll test Pig Kisses BEACON DIVISION OF TEXTRON INC. PROFESSIONAL FEEDS 1401 Armour Road •"/Mrtui City 16, Missouri • GBifld 1-385S Merton Ross, Manager • , Farmers Service Center, ino. Algona. Iowa Dear Merton: «-. these pigs will ignore the Pig Kisses." Well vou know what I said! You see I didn't 'consider this to be gambUng. because I KNOW what little pigs are goin t to do when you set Pig Kisses in front of them. But this test sure made a believer out of my hog feeder ?riend. And it opened my eyes to how easy iVis to, sell Pig Kisses if you can just get a fellow to test them. If any of your customers would like to test Pig Kisses. we'll be glad to pay them a dollar for their effort, •Guess Who I TWS:pk Sincerely, ThoBM W, Staley, Profession*! Fetd« company Tom Staley, Professional Feeds, 1401 Armour Road, Kansas City, Mo. out this coupon §nd send it (9 Name. Authorize* FAHMIM I|HVIC| CJNTII, IMC, JMfltf Dealer Attach your original invoice showing the purchase of 50 Ibs. of Professional Pig Kisses and receive $1 f torn Tom Staley, (Your invoice will be returned.) mer Rachel Clapsaddle. Mrs. A. C. Hinckley received word Wednesday that her brother-in-law William Hart, Portland, Ore., 48, died of a heart attack while at work. Mrs. Hart is the former Lillian Krohnberg, daughter of the Henry Krohn- bergs, former Kossuth residents. Aid of St. John's Lutheran church will meet Jan. 7 at the church with hostesses Lena Abbas, Esther Miller, June Presthus. The topic was a Mission film, What's new in the Phillipines? The market basket was by Lois Scheer, Ivadell Riggert, Lydia Schwietert. Past Matron's club will meet Jan. 14 with Erma Pratt and Lorraine Campney. Roll call is What's new. The program is by | Trella Patterson and Millie j Klamp. U & I Circle will meet Jan. 12 t Magdalene Ortman's. Roll call s payment of dues, and the program an extension lesson. The fiharl964 meeting of the Lions club was guest night served by the Band Mothers club at he school house. F. C. Soder- xsrg was presented a pin for 13 'ears perfect attendance. He was t charter member and never missed a meeting. Ray WeWhor- ter received a pin for 9 years perfect attendance, and even when traveling always attended meeting somewhere, the most recent one in Canada. Kenneth Cook received a pin for 6 years attendance and H. J. Lacy and Kenneth Sarchet for 1 year. New leaders for the Burt Bombers are John Mescher and Roger Scuff ham. The January- meeting will be at Ervin Ulses's. The Brian Zwiefels moved Jan. 2 to the house they purchased from Leonard Stenzel. The Tom Kissners, former occupants, moved to Algona. Mrs. Elsie Lockwood left Jan. 3 for Punta Gorda, Fla., for the winter. Guests Jan. 4 at Celia Scott's were the Robert Dransfeldts, Harold Andreasons and Roger Scotts. Celia Scott and Beth Miller had birthdays Thursday with a o'clock luncheon at the Miller home. Mrs. Alta Froh, Roland, came )ec. 24 for a week with her sis ter, Mrs. 0. A. Campney. The John Buschers, Billings Wont., returned New Yeaia a£- :er ten days at the parental 0. A. 2ampnoy's. A family dinner was held Dec. 27 at Darrell Da vis's and New Years dinner at 0. A ampney's. THOMAS FUNERAL GNAPEL FENTON Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors 3EUABLE 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE PROFESSIONAL* FEEDS FARMERS SERVICE CENTER, INC ALQONA, IOWA Funerals May Referred To Us With Confidence Phone 23 — FiNTQN RINGSTEP PHONES: 31007 — 21006 — $0409 HAROLD ANGUS FAR SALE Having decided to quit farming, I will sell the following described property on my farm located one mil* north of the junction of 169 and 18 north of Algona, or seven miles south of Burt on highway 169 on ... ! / , ' » . ' Friday, Jan. 8 Sale Time - 12:30 P.M. Ulhoff Lunch Wagon on Grounds FARM MACHINERY 1—1957 W-D 45 Allis Chalmers, completely overhauled last spring, with wide front end, also spindle and axles for narrow front end of WD 45, with near new rubber MC D Endgate Seeder 2 pr. Tractor Chains 1—WC Allis Chalmers 1—JD B with motd. Sprayer, Boom and Drops 1 JD B with 2 Row Cult. AC Loader with Snow Bucket, mtd. for Wu 45 or WD A-C 4 Row Cultivator with rbr. gauge wheels, mts. WD 45 > 1—JD No. 55 Plow, 3-14 i 1—1961 M.M. No. 88 Combine with Pickup, PTO, and straw chopper, A-l, Wagon Hitch i New Idea No. 300 Corn Picker, 2 row Pull Type with Rear Elevator, A-l 1—JD Elevator Wide Type 40 ft. Truck Hopper, electric motor and 75 ft. heavy cord, A-l JD Drive On Hoist JD Corn Planter, 490, Liquid Pert., A-1 1—300 gal. Liquid Fert. Storage Tank JD 18 ft. Disc 1—Lindsay 4 Sec. Harrow with Steel Folding Draw Bar 1—New Idea Trailer Type Mower, A-l 1—JD Side Rake 4-Bar, on Steel 1—1960 JD Manure Spreader Model R, like new . 1—Binder converted to Windrow- er •; ",,••-...',.;.; , v ;.:,.:~^>,v ••' 1—IHC Spreader on Steel Livestock 18 - Head of Cattle - 18 " 10 choice Angus Cows consisting of, 8 bred cows, 2 heifers coming with first calf, start calving March 1st. Cows will have a fresh Bangs test and pregnancy test. " 4 heifers weighing about 600 Ibs. " 4 steer calves weighing 650 Ibs. 280 - Feeder Pigs - 280 " 140 weighing about 155 Ibs. " 140 weighing about 130 Ibs. vac. for cholera, Erysipelas and dipped. AUCTIONEERS' NOTE Harold's hogs have ten year of farmers hybrid feeding behind them; he has always sold his butcher hogs straight across as No. 1 with no sort. If you are in need of foundation stock be sure and attend as there will be 50 head of open and tested gilts sorted in lots to suit the buyer. 1200 BALES ALFALFA, BROME, ORCHARD GRASS HAY — Put up without a rain and in the barn. »l-r-Ward'« 15 inch Hammer Mill with 30 ft. Drive Belt • 1—Clipper Fanning Mill • 1—Ward Running Gear, heavy duty, wide track, 8.00 x 15 good tires • 6 x 10 Barge Box, Steel, 2 inch wood •floor • 1—Rubber Tired Running Gear with wood flare box £ 1—JD Running Gear with 16 ft. Bale Rack 9 1—Straight Grain Box • 1—Olson Stalk Rake for 3 bottom plow • 1—Champion Portable Heater, ••.'• therm control, like new, 140,000 ' ; BTU, U. L. Approved A . r-^-Colemah Oil Burner with 5C ' t&rBarrel, 30 ft. of' V4 inch'cop-' -. per pipe Buildings and Feeders 1 Brooder House 12 x 16, good shape, double floor, and insulated Gas Brooder, Chicken Feeders and Waterers 2 Norton Walk In Hog Feeders 10 ft. 2 Hog Waterers 70 Gal., and other hog troughs and pans 12 heat lamps and reflectors 4 feed bunks, 14 ft., 1 hay bunk 3 x 14 1—300 Gal. Gas Barrel, hose and stand 3—30 Gal. Oil Barrels and Pumps 3—55 Gal, Barrels 1 heavy log chain, 1 shop bench with heavy vise, 9 steel stanchions, hand corn shelter, time deck, steel water tank, 3 rolls of slat cribbing, 2 cast iron cob burning tank heaters, 32 ft. extension Udder, lawn mower, like new, sickle grinder with heavy duty '/« horse motor. HOUSEHOLD GOODS 1 Maytag Washer with rinse tubs, 1 sink with drain board and fixtures, steel lawn chair. 1 Hose Reel with 125 ft. of gar. den hose on wheels. • TERMS—Cash. No Property To Be Removed Until Settled For 9 Not responsible for accidents Harold Angus Quinn I Yungeberg, Auctioneers Burt Savings Bank, Clerk

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