Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 11, 1965 · Page 15
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 11, 1965
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Around Algona byONIETADlDRIKSEN Phone 295-2605 Mr and Mrs John MeGtiire left Saturday by car for Call* forma and while on the Coast will fly to Hawaii for a brief stay. Mr and Mrs C. R, Schoby left yesterday for Prairie Village, Katts., where they will visit till Monday with the latter's son, Robert Hicks, and family. They stopped over at Des Moines last night and Chet attended the Republican fund-raising dinner. Lloyd Wtllendorf and hit ton Lamont went to Des Moines Saturday to visit the former's brother Merle at Veterans' hospital where he'd undergone several operations and was threatened with pneumonia. He was however reported to be improved by Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Dort Cook, former Algonians who now live at Storm Lake, were made grandparents for the first time by the birth of a daughter on Feb. 1, to Mr and Mrs Don Cook, Jr., at Iowa Methodist hospital in Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Murl Potter with Mr and Mrs Wm. Dodds were accompanied to Omaha Saturday afternoon by Dr and Mrs J. B. Winkel. All remained there overnight and at 12:15 the Winkels left by jet plane for Hawaii where they were to arrive at 11 that evening, our time. They expect to be away about two weeks. Mrs Fred Will accompanied by Mrs John Uhlenhake of Whittemore, went by bus to Omaha Saturday when advised of the death there of Henry Neuman whose funeral was held Monday. The Ray Funks and Wm. Funks also attended the service. Mr Neuman, a former Algona plumber, had been ill for a long time with cancer and was hospitalized most of the time for more than a year. Mrs llhlenhake is his sister. Mrs Neuman is the former Clara Funk, a sister of Ray, William and Mrs Will, there is one daughter, Pern, who is Mrs Wil> Ham Gross of Grand Meadow, Minn. Mrs Robert Harvey of Swea City has been in the hospital at Fairmont since Jan. 5. One day last Week Mesdames C. R. Schoby,, J. D. Cash and Arthur Benschoter drove there to see her. Mr and Mrs Harvey formerly lived on a farm east of Burt before retiring. She was Irma Zanke before her marriage, a well known Union township girl. from <3ood Samaritan home to Park hospital, Mason City, on Sunday where she was td Undergo minor surgery and hopes to return in a week to Good Samaritan where she has been convalescing from a broken hip. Harvey Johnson is a patient at Veterans' hospital in Des Moines where he had surgery Tuesday. He and Mrs Johnson had gone down ten days earlier will give a 15 minute meditation over radio station KBEW, Blue Earth, at 12 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 14. He will be heard at this time each Sunday. PTO will meet Feb. 22. Soren Pederson will show pictures taken in Alaska last summer while the Pedersons visited there. The program committee is the Maurice Keils, chairmen, Edwin »»MV* bWll*-s VJV/fTU Wll \*«JO irfM««»v« _,^ • . •', , and she has been staying with Spntjos and Duane Johnsons t , - • - - . */ CJ T'l* n T n l^A. T^«_ u* M *.*•> *M j*l n •*« 1* r\i* ,\ his daughter, Mrs Oscar Simons, at Ames, and with Des Moines friends while he is hospitalized. Dr and Mrs P. O. Dorweiler went to Waterloo Saturday to see the tatter's brother, Earl Hutchison, who is hospitalized there following a heart attack. Their sister-in-law, Mrs Rae Hutchison, a sister of Mrs J. B. Asa, entered Schoitz Memorial hospital at Waterloo on Saturday for observation and was visited on Monday by her two daughters who live in the Doan area: Mrs Ray Cunningham and Mrs Fred Asa. Mr and Mrs Harold Mosher who recently sold their farm north of town, left Thursday for Chula Vista, Calif. They were accompanied by their two fathers from Eagle Grove and have rented a house for two months right next door to their daughter, Donna Jorgensen. It was sublet to them by a Navy wife who is spending the 60 days with her parents but did not .want to give up her home, and afforded them a fine opportunity to live in the West tor the rest of the winter and have the fathers with them. Engaged MR. AND MRS. Clifford W. Haase announce the engagement of their daughter, Karen, to Robert K. Underwood, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Under- Wood, Sr., Coif ax. The bride- elect is a graduate of Algona high school and Iowa Methodist school of nursing, Des Moines. She is .employed as a clinical instructor at the Mental Health Institute in Clarinda. The groom is a graduate of Wentworth Military Academy, Lexington, Mo., and is stationed with the army at Ft. Gordon, Ga. A September wedding is being planned. Saturday night at the hall with heir daughters and various activities were arranged for them; a. Tea,.Style Show and they at- ended a Symphony concert on Saturday evening and Glenn and the father of Ann's roommate spent the night at -the Larry Leaneaghs'. Mr and Mrs Glenn Seger drove to Ames Friday evening and back Sunday. It was Mothers' Weekend at Roberts Hall, the dormitory where their daughter Ann is living during her freshman year. Mothers spent COMPLETE CLOSING OUT Due to the accidental death of my husband, I will sell at Public Auction the following described property on the farm located: Vz mile South of Cylinder, IVa miles West, 3 miles .South and % mile West — or — 4 miles East of Emmetsbiirg Highway 18 then 5 miles South and'% mile West, on TUESDAY, February 16 SALE STARTS AT 12:30 SHARP LUNCH ON GROUNDS -MACHINERY- 2 — JOHN DEERE TRACTORS 1963 Model 4010 Tractor, complete with fast hitch, wide front, power steering, front and rear wheel weights. Tractor complete in every way. Only 748 hours. John Deere Model 530 Tractor, power steering, roll-o-matic, heat houser, complete in every way. NOTE — This machinery has all been bought new in the last few years. Mr. Brunsen was at one time a J, D. Dealer at Kanawha, Iowa, therefore, owned the right kind of John Deere equipment. Don't miss this Sale, Clark Bros., Aucts. JOHN DEERE POWER MACHINERY John Deere model 494 4-row Corn Planter, dry fert., disc openers, insecticide, rubber press wheels, 1963 IBVa foot model F. W. A. Wheel Tandem Disc, like new with dual wheels. J. D. 6-row Rotary Hoe J. D. model 30 Combine, Hume reel, pick up, straw spreader, PTO, like new. 1963 J. D. No. 9 7-ft. Tractor Mower. John Deere model 40 4-row Cultivator with rubber gauge wheels. J. D. model 207 Gryamar Stalk Cutter, John Deere model 810 4-bottom 14-in, mounted Tractor Plow. John Deere 14»/i> ft. mounted Field Cultivator, like new. John Deere model B rubber tired tractor Manure Spreader. J. D, 6-section Lever Flexible Harrow. John Deere 50vft, Grain Elevator witty heavy chain motor drive. John Deere 4-bar Side Delivery Rake. J. D. — 227 — 2 Row Mounted Corn Picker OTHER POWER MACHINERY Twin draulic Manure Loader with Snow Bucket. Twin draulic trailer type Weed Sprayer with tank and down spouts. Winter's 4-bottom Stubble Turner, . McCormick-Deering Endgate Seeder. FEEDING EQUIPMENT — J, p. model 68 Auger unloading Wagon; 3—16-ft. Feed Bunks; Sheep Bunk; 3-rLirge steel round Hog Feeders, like new; 10—Farrowing Crates; ^bushel Rotary Hog Feeder; Other hog feeders and troughs, WAQONS — 2 T-T John Deere model 1Q64 rubber tired wa^ gons with 700x15 6-ply tires, heavy duty UndeU hoist ind 6x12 Heider Barge box. PICKUP — 1958 Chevrolet Vz ton Pickup. MISCELLANEOUS - 3 h, electric Motor; Air Compressor; Wright I84n. Saw; Stanchions; Steel Posts; kog Chains; Good clean line of Shop Tools. SOME HAY AND STRAW Usual Auction Terms — Not responsible for accidents. No property removed until settled | Qr . ELDO BRUNSEN Estate Clair Clark, Ceylon, Minn., and LI9yd CUrk, Armstrong, Avcts, Cylinder itftt i*Jifc d«rk Mr and Mrs E. K. Huber accompanied the body of Mrs L. J. Malueg by train from Chicago to.. Fort Dodge Saturday morn r rig and returned home Sunday night following funeral services ;hat afternoon conducted by the Ffey Merlin Davies at the Methodist church .in the absence of R.ev Coughenour. Mrs Malueg's home is closed for the present and her two daughters, Mrs Hu- be'r .and Mrs Olin Parrott of Seattle will come to Algona later to aid Mrs Irwin Malueg in dismantling it. Mr and. Mrs Louis Lynk are remaining in the upstairs apartment. A . granddaughter, ..Diane . Malueg,. accompanied by Keith Dwire, of Anco, Minn., came home Friday evening from Mankato State and they returned .to .the college Sunday evening. Mrs L. W. Keith was taken Mr and Mrs Ralph Walker with their daughters, Nancy and Mrs Roger Dreyer and her husband of Sioux City left Saturday for California and a two weeks, vacation. They will stop to see relatives at Tucson, Ariz., and will visit Ralph's brother Carl at Long Beach, but plan to spend most of their time in sightseeing. Kindergarten check dated at Ledyard Ledyard — March 16 has been set for the Kindergarten roundup for the Ledyard school. Letters have been mailed to the parents with dental cards and medical forms to be filled out and brought to the meeting with the child's birth certificate. A child must be 5 years old on or before Sept. 15 to be eligible. Anyone missed should contact Mrs. Wilma MacKinnon. A dentist and an optometrist will be present with the Kossuth nurse and elementary supervisor. This meeting is for the parents only. AT CONFERENCE Mrs. Gus Simonsmeier, Mrs. Dwight Garrett, Titonka, Kossuth Legion Auxiliary president, Mrs. Elmer McDorman, Lake Mills, Winnebago president, and Mrs. Ray Arnold, Klemme, Hancock president were in Des Moines for the mid year conference of the Auxiliary. Mrs. Si- monsmeier is the 8th district secretary and treasurer. WILL BE MARRIED The Bernard Keefes, Ledyard, announce the engagement of their daughter Rosemary Jean to Patrick DeCamp, son of the Russell DeCamps, of Adel. She is employed as a dental assistant for her uncle, Dr. Harold Banwart, Adel. Her fiance attends Grand View college in Des Moines. No wedding date has been set. PASTOR ON RADIO Rev. Victor Vriesen, pastor of the Bethany E & R church here The John Kramersmeiers head the refreshment committee. Mrs. Harley Troutman Sr., Algona, W.S.C.S. district secretary of promotion, will visit the general meeting of the Ledyard W.S.C.S. Thursday at 2:15. She will speak briefly following the program. Mrs. E. A. Carpenter ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—3 THURSDAY, FEB. 11, 196$ Portland Mrs. Vittor Pitch The Four Corner Social Club of Portland met Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 2, in the home of Marian Spear. Twelve members attending were: Viva Ringsdorf, Agnes Stewart, Hazel Carroll, Leona Haase, Janice Moore, Emily Larsen, Wyona Harms, Vera Fitch, Marieta Zwiefel, Velma Nelson, Lonie Van Hove, and Marian Spear. A motion was is program chairman and hos-L made that we change the old 'law, whereby no one but those living in the school district could belong to the club and that Mrs. Mrs. Lauren Howard tcsscs will be Thompson and Thompson. The campaign for funds for the Iowa Heart Association is under way in Ledyard with Mrs. E. A. Carpenter chairman. Assisting her are Mrs. Dallas Green, Mrs. John Manthei, Mrs. Everett Thompson, Mrs. Harold Warner, Mrs. Lloyd Jorgenson and Mrs. Fred Dutton. The Northeast Circle of the Rosary Society met Feb. 2 with Mrs. S. L. Powers. Mrs. Frank Rotterman, reported last month's meeting, and also lead discussions. Mrs. Imelda Engesser, tome from the tow*.City hospital Thursday, Terry spent ibout a month in the Si. Ann hospital in Algona and at Iowa City. His friends are glad to see him home again. Those coming to visit Terry Ticman on his first day home were Gary Black, Dick Lavrenz, Theodore Jacobson, Ramona Smith, and Mr. and Mrs. Rex Wolf of Fehton. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Scott and family were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Roger's mother, Mrs. Celia Scott at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. John Miller were Monday evening visitors in the Robert Wood home. Mertie Huber was a Wednesday afternoon caller in the Robert Wood home Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wood Jean and Randy were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Wood's mother, Mrs. John Von Bank, in Algona. those moving away, can retain their membership, if they wish. This was voted on, nine for and three against. Months to serve were drawn, as follows, March, 1965—Wyona Harms, April- Janice Moore, May—Vera Fitch, June—Picnic, J u 1 y—M a r i a n Spear, August—Hazel Carroll, September—lola Bartlett, October, Flossie Bartlett, November —Leita Phelps, December- Christmas Party, January, 1966 —Marieta Zwiefel, February— Emily Larsen, March—Leona Advertise in the Advance — largest PAID circulation! Algona,'gave'a talk about her H aase - April—Agnes Stewart, trip to the national convention in Washington. Bonnie Becker May—Velma Nelson, June—Picnic, July—Viva Ringsdorf, Au- and Margaret Powers reported gust—Lonie Van Hove, Septem on the Diocesan convention at ber—Sandra Harms. The next Sioux City. The John Carpenters, Omaha, have their second daughter, born Feb. 2, named Julie Ann. Grandparents are the Orrie Udstuens and E. A. Carpenters. G. V. Kelling was discharged from the Buffalo Center clinic. Tuesday. He had been a patient ten days. Mrs. J. F. Sullivan and Jeremiah were in Minneapolis Sunday and visited Madonna Sullivan who had surgery at the Abbott hospital there. The Maurice Keils were Sunday guests of her parents, the Louis Kaphengets, Elmore, for their 48th wedding. The Caryl Owens, Winnebago, have a son born Feb. 1 at the Winnebago hospital, 7 Ibs. 1 oz. Mrs. Owen is the former Delores Junkemeier, daughter of Mrs. Lou Junkermeier. The Foster Hartmans, Thompson, have a son born Feb. 2 at the Buffalo Center hospital, 7 Ibs. 6 .oz., named Craig Foster Mrs. Hartman is the former LaVonne Kramersmeier, daughter of the Albert Kramersmeier. Marvin, son of the Howard Klinksieks, had a tonsilectomy at the Blue Earth hospital on Wednesday. A family dinner was held Sunday for the 51st wedding of the August Klinksieks which was Feb. 4. meeting will be held Tuesday afternoon, March 2, in the home of Wyona Harms. .Sharon Carroll, who is teaching at Albert Lea and Billy Carroll who is attending college at Ames, were home to spend the weekend with their mother, Mrs. Hazel Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Jurger- meyer of Klemme were Sunday dinner guests in the Herman Harms home. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bilsborough were Sunday dinner guests in the Earl Zwiefel home. Sunday afternoon callers were Mrs Edw. Zwiefel and Orlo Zwiefel of Titonka and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Govern, Terry Tieman was brought Take PROVO tab?ets when you want temporary relief from minor aches and MUSCULAR ACHES - PAINS pains and body stiffness often associated with Arthritis, Rheumatism, Bursitis, Lumbago, Backache and Painful Muscular aches. Lose these discomforts or your money back. At all' drug counters. Honsbruch Drug - Algona "IEST UNDER THE SUN" DELUXE SELF-STORING ALL STEEL COMBINATION Sturdy DOOR Design SOLAR AILSttel For Enduring B«««lj—• For Distinctive Vilit—* For Ease of Operation SOLAR All-Steel For Felt Wealherilrif For Durable Fimih For PREMIUM QUALITY Set Solar—Priced Right FHA or 5 years to pay FREE ESTIMATE ROBINSON CONST. CO. Highway 18 East ALGONA, IOWA EASY TERMS CALL... 5-3234 FOR EXPERT AND EFFICIENT Plumbing & Heating • Fast Service a) Competitive Rates a) Dependable > FUNK Plumbing & Heating! • South Dodge Algona ' YOUR VALENTINES FARM AUCTION-Wednesday, Feb. 17 | LOCATION: 3 miles north and 2 miles west of Ledyard, Iowa, or 3 miles south and 6 miles west of Elmore, Minn.; or 5 miles north and 5 miles east of Swea City, Iowa. 12 O'CLOCK SHARP 296 — Head off Livestock — 29 CATTLE 9 Holstein Cows — 1 just fresh 8 2nd and 3rd calf Cows, to freshen by sale date or soon after 4 Hereford Cows — 2 registered pure-bred coming 2-year old Bulls 10 coming yearling Heifers 4 Mixed Calves 9 HORSES Sorrel 8-yr. old Mare in fold, reg. quarter horse, kid. broke; Palomino 3-yr. old Gejd- reg., green broke; Sorrel 3-yr. old Goldr It's sweets to the sweet on Valentine's Pay! Delight your Valentine with a candy gift from our love*winning selection of the finest heart boxed assortments and chocolate hearts. THUENTE Pharmacy :, ley, reg.; 2-year old Sorrel Filloy; Appalusa Stud Colt; Sorrel Stud Colt; Team of Sorrels (Male and Gelding), well broke to drive, smooth mouth; Horses to be sold about 2:30. Matched pair of Bighorn Saddles. POULTRY 170 Leghorn Pullets, laying good 2 Roll-Away Nests 190 SHEEP 188 Colombia Cross Ewes to lamb in March and April. Bred to Blackface Bucks. 2 Blackface Bucks 68 HOGS 32 Hampshire Brood Sows, to farrow last of March. Bred to Hampshire Boar. Vaccinated. 1 Hampshire Boar, vaccinated 35 heavy-mix Feeder Pigs, vaccinated FEED 6500 bales Alfalfa Hay, second, third and - fouth cutting; 1200 bales Straw; Some Corn Silage. FEEDING EQUIPMENT Gehl Hammermill with inclined Auger, PTO Drive, like new; Eight 16-foot Hay Bunks; 14 16-ft. Cattle Feed Bunks; 10 Sheep Bunks; 20-foot Hay Bunk; Four 16-ft, Sheep Hay Bunks; 12x20 Plank Floor with 2x6 studdings, wood grain bin, like new; 10x14 Grain Bin; 6x16 ft. Hog Troughs; Two 85- bushel Jamesway Hog Feeders; Rubber- tired Portable Loading Chute; Tox-0-Wik Cattle Oiler on steel stand; Tox-Q-Wik Oiler; Sheep Dip Tank. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Davenport and Chair Other Chairs; Dresser; Desk BUILDINGS Four 4-pen Hog Houses with plank floor Three 3-pen Hog House* with plank floor 10x14 Brooder House; 1 other Breeder House MISCELLANEOUS Half-inch Electric Drill; 7V?-mch Skill Saw; 40 18-foot Aluminum Sheets, will cover 132 x 18 foot; Lots of home-sawed Lumber, including oak, ash, elm and walnut; 3 300- gallon Gas Tanks; Koyker Corn Saver; lots of wire; post; 32-foot Extension Ladder; Olson Hay Fork; two sets of Tractor Chain*. DITSWORTH LUNCH ON GROUND 5 TRACTORS 1962.J. D. mod. 4010, complete with cylinder and heat houser. 1958 J. D. model 620, complete with power steering, wide front, 15.5x38 tires, cylinder and heat houser. 1952 J. D. model 60 Tractor. 1951 J. D. model B Tractor, comp. roll-o- matic. 1949 J. D. model A Tractor, with new block, pistons, rings, batteries and roll-o-ma. V«e. •:•..'. . ' ..' JOHN DEERE POWER EQUIPMENT ^ ""-, comp. with PTOTIiaTe chute, hitch, like new; J. D. 494 4-row Corn Planter, comp. with disc openers, dry fert.; J. D. model 896 Rotary Side Delivery Rake; J. D. 14Va-ft. Field Cultivator; J. D. 14-ft. Wheel Tandem Disc; J. D. 777 4-bot. 16-in. heavy duty Trip Bottom Plow, like new; J. D. model 45-W Manure Loader with Snow Bucket; J. D. No. 5 7-ft. Tractor Mower; J. D. Endgate Seeder, like new; J. D. model 40 4-row Cultivator with rubber gauge wheels; John Deere 2-row Cultivator. > NEW IDEA POWER EQUIPMENT '64 mod. 311 2-row pull-type Corn Picker, picked 200 acres, New; New Idea mod, 208 rubber-tired Tractor Manure Spreader, New; New Idea model 12-A Tractor Manure Spreader. POWER EQUIPMENT New Holland model 610 Field Chopper with PTO Drive, one corn head Massey-Harris model 60 Combine, complete with Innes pickup, PTO, straw spreader Case 4-section Rotary Hoe Kewanee model 500 44-foot Grain Elevator with 62 chain, truck hopper, like new Melrose 7-section Harrow with portable transports Case 3-bottom 16-inch high-clearance Tractor Plow with new style bottoms Winters 3-bottom Stubble Twiner Oliver 2-bottom 16-inch Tractor Plow McDeering 10-foot Binder Windrower WAGONS, OTHER MACHINERY John Deere model 964 rubber-tired Wagon with 14-inch rubber, big Butch hoist, 6x12 Heider 46-in. hi. box; Westendorf rubber- tired Wigon, 15-inch rubber, 6x12 Heider box; New Idea rubber-tired Wagon, 15-inch rubber, big Butch hoist with New Idea Flare Box; Ward's Wheel Wagon with flare box; Rubber-tired Wagon with rack; Minnesota Spreader, like new; Lindsey rubber-tired Wagon with flat rack; John Deere 4- wheel rubber-tired Spreader, new chain, new bottom, all overhauled; Overhead Hoist; Speed Jack; 3-6 ft. Horse Mowers; 3- section Harrow; Road Grader; Pump Rake. TRUCK 1955 GMC 2-ton Truck, complete with 4- speed transmission, perfection hoist, Qbeco combination grain and stock rack. NOTE: This is a large sale with ill good items. Starts at 12:00 o'clock sharp. Small items, feeding equipment to be fold first. Machinery and major items should be solo; at 12:45; Horses ab 9 yt 2:30 — Krosch, Wfdel & Clark, Auctioneers. M. C. KROSCH & SON, Owners KROSCH, WIPEL & CLARK, Auctioneer* FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ELMORE, Clerk ,

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