Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 11, 1965 · Page 17
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li) • 2if» • 30 Years Ago A weekly feature of by-gene days By Erma Lea Oeim or bundle Which can be handled February 8, 1955 For the first time since 1947, Algona high school is the undisputed winner of the North Central conference basketball title. Pictured were Bob Harms, Loren Nelson, Rod Kickbusch, Pete liangmack, Bill Fain, Jae Givens, Don Cook, Nidas Der- niand, Doug Meyer. Larry Christensen, Jim Galbraith and Coach B6b King. The Centennial plaque was put in place in the new court house Tuesday by workers and the paper listed the contents of the box. For the most part contents were records and souvenirs of the Centennial celebration of 1954 and comes of the Ctenten'- hial issues of the Algona newspapers. (This box is on the West wall in the entrance of the building.) A number of first floor offices are.'nearly ready for occuoancy in the hew court house and only the architect firm is needed to check the offices before movine can begin. Offices in the old Ko'ssuth Motors building will be moved first. The Gerald Thu'entes spent the weekend with the resbective parents, the 'John Thuentes, and Sid Spears. It was between se mesters at Drake where 'Jerry is taking a course in pharmacy David Lonq enlisted two weeks ago in the air force and was flown from Des Moines to the west coast where he is in training at Parks air force base David is the son of the Halbert Longs. Kathleen Griffin representec Briar Cliff college at last week's conference of Iowa Future Teachers of America, held a Fort Des Moines Hotel, Thurs day through Saturday. Kathleen is a junior and majoring in ele mentary education. February 8, 1945 Another waste paper pick-u| is scheduled for this week Sat urday. Contributors are asked tc flatten the waste paper in a bo> aftd browtt be tMtefed and ifl bun> les about a foot high; maga- ihes and books should be in undies About 18 inches high. A public m«m6ri*l I«rv4ce for old Star relatives of war dead ill" be held at 4 o'clock Sunday ftelfrtoon at the post chapel at he prisonef of .war camp. This week the Boy Scout move- merit in the U, S. is 35 years old. Observance of the event locally ivill culminate With an all-county Scout circus at the Burt high chool building on Thursday vening. The Methodist official b6ard went on record as not favoring Sunday funeral or memorial services. Other churches in Algona lave taken similar action. Don and Dean Sjbgren, twin ons of ; G. R. Sjogren, are now on B cruise somewhere off the coast. The boys have been eparated for the first time since entering the service. Mrs. Cidney Laird pot home rom Columbus, O., where she ttended the Wedding of her daughter, Jane, who was mar ried there to Stewart A. Barnes, MM 2-c, Des Moines. Mrs. Lewis Burnham entertained at a shower Wednesday evening at the home of her parents; the Gail Townes, Mrs. Lesie Faber being the honoree. February 7, 1935 Lewis Ferguson leaves tomorrow for Talladega, Ala., where tie will be employed in forestry service at least, six months. Burton A. Thorpe left Tuesday for Minneapolis where he is taking a short course in acetylene tpr,ch welding. He i , plans to in- itaira torch in his iron and wood shop. February 1 ended the rush at the county treasurer's office for the 1935 automobile licenses. 5,000 licenses had been issued. The list of new car licenses issued during December and January was published and showed 66 purchased. Ruth Malueg and Marion Corey entertained at a dancing party Friday evening at the Malueg home. Guests were Isabelle Greenberg, Betty Edge, Esther Pratt, Irma Dee Phillips, Robert McCullough, Jim Spencer, John Bishop, Watson March, Bill Dailey, Maurice Michel, and Dwayne Collins. The Kossuth County Advance had 2,009 paid. subscriptions, 373 not yet paid for the year, making a total of 2382 subscribers in Kossuth county alone. This compared with 2,159 for the Al- gofia Upper Oes Moines, 490 for ;he Baticrott Register) and 1,073 •of the Kossuth Daily Record Lakota) which was later proved 'raudulent. These figures were presented to the board of supervisors ifl the county official newspaper contest. No. Kossuth man dies of heart attack Swea-Eagle — Edvafd G. Johnson, 62, died Thursday at home of a coronary occlusion. He had been discharged from the hospital Tuesday after two weeks as a ptieumonia patient. He had farmed with his brother Albert for 30 years. He was born June 3, 1902, in the Bancroft area. He had never married. He is survived by two brothers, and two sisters: Albert and Art, Mrs. Elsie Voukon. Austin, Minn., and Ethel Johnson, Moline, 111., and several nieces and nephews. Services were Monday at 2 p.m. at the Baptist church at Bancroft, with Rev. A. W. Nelson officiating. Burial was at the Maple Hill cemetery at Lakota. GOES IN SERVICE Terry Johnson, son of the Truman Johnsons, left Monday for Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., where he was to start training for the National Guard. Seneca man's brother dies in Missouri Seneca — The OsCar Pattersons and Donald Crortk attended the funeral for the former's brother, George Patterson, at Cedar Falls Monday. Mr. Patterson died at Humansville, Mo. Wednesday evening. Wesley Patterson, Chicago, and the William Gilchrists, St. Joseph, Mo., also attended. DIES SUDDENLY The Raymond Bergums were called to Marion Saturday by tlic sudden death of a sister-in-law, Mrs. Jack Jensen. Mrs. Jensen, died of a cerebral hemorrhage. She had been hospitalized since before Christmas. Funeral services were held at Marion and the body was taken to Mount Carmel, 111., for burial. FOOT SURGERY Mrs. Truman Johnson had foot surgery Friday at the hospital at Sstherville. She was a patient there for several days. The Floyd Brekkes were weekend visitors with her sister, the Ed Wilkinsons, Des Moines. The Harold Carrs were recent callers at 0. B. Koons', Lakota, and Orville Budach's, Blue Earth. The Carrs were Sunday guests at Al Pavik's, Fairmont. The Irvin Smiths and William Tobins were Sunday guests at Johnnie Tobin's home for his birthday. The Carl Duers, Ringsted, Paul Hassels, Fenton, and Joanne and Beatrice Lodden, Estherville, were Sunday guests at Arnold Duer's. The Ben Wibbens, Algona, were Sunday callers at Nels Godfredson's and Mervin Johnson's. NAfl ON YOUR NEXT REFILL- Phone 295-3749 Fuel Oil and DIRECT FROM PIPELINE DEPENDABLE ECONOMICAL James Bergum and Jolleen Mueller, students at Mankato Business college, spent the week end with their parents, the Ray mond Bergums and the Roy Muellers. Mrs. Leona Osborn was a Sunday guest of her son, the Larry Osborns, Fairmont. Marilyn Johannes en who teaches at Milwaukee, spent a few days with her parents, the Fred Johannesens. She was recuperating from a recent tonsil- ectomy. David Looft spent Sunday at Glen Hoppe's, Truman, and .was a guest at a birthday dinner for his wife, his year old son, Scottie, and his own birthday. Other guests included the Robert That- Need Printing? Call the ADVANCE! es, Ceylon, and other members of the Hoppe family. Mrs. Looft and Brian who had spent two weeks there, returned home with him. Mrs. Jerry Wilberg and her mother, Mrs. Virgil Finnestad, sister, Ingred went to Algona Sa turday and were guests at a bridal shower for Ingred, whose marriage to Tom Henry, Algona, will be Saturday. Mrs. Jerry Wilberg helped open gifts. Mrs. Fred Johannesen and Mrs. Jerry Wilberg attended a shower nans and Clarence Osborns over he weekend. The Earl Crouches drove to da Grove Sunday for baptismal crvices for their grandson, Jefrey Earl, at the First Methodist ihurch there. They were guests it Robert Crouch's. Mrs. Clarence Osborn had the Vlarlys Circle of the WSCS Wed- lesclay. Mrs. Eugene Huskamp, v enton, was the co-hostess. The John Strueckers spent 5aturday with the latter's father, Walter Vaudt of Whittemore. The Calvin Vatidts spent Sunday with him. Weekend guests of the Everett Williams included their daughter and grandson, Mrs. Pete Helmers and Tony, Des Moines, and the Robert Thiels, Sioux Falls, S. D. M-D banquet is given for Titonka club Titonka — The annual Mother- Daughter banquet was held Feb. 3 at the Titonka Methodist church, with a full house attendance in spite of bitter cold temperatures. Methodist Men prepared and served the meal at 6:30. The theme Used was Mother's Hand Bag. Mrs. Wm. Amesbury presided. Group singing was led by Mrs. Don Budlong, toast to mothers was by Sharon Eden, toast to daughters by Mrs. Allen Eden, Joanne Gingrich and Ruth Deed played two organ and piano duets. Judy DeBoer sang two solos, and Mrs. Mary Budlong showed slides and told of their recent European tour. Mrs. Eugene Rasmussen gave the ben- slrate activities. G.F.W.C. notes ediction. TALK ON HEART Titonka Woman's club met Thursday with Mrs. Clarke Miller. Speaker was Mrs. Marcella Chapman, director of the Iowa Heart Assn., who showed slides giving explanation on the heart John Rode's birthday was observed Friday with guests the Wm. Rodes, Art Rodes, Kenneth Brandts and Mrs. Caroline Brandt. were given by Mrs. Richard Cosgrove, president. 2 Donations are made by Ottosen club Ottdien — The Ladies Rural club met Thursday with Mrs. Lester Wehrspann. Mrs. Kermit Fowler was assistant hostess. Mrs. Eugene Hofius read Psalm 15. Donations were made to the Heart fund and the March of limes. Mrs. Mike Coyle thanked !ie club for the get well cards ent to her husband. The anniversary supper will e held Feb. 3 at the school louse. Mrs. Earl Long gave a book eview, South of the Border. Mrs. Eugene Hofius had recrea- ion. The next meeting will be dinner. Mrs. Long and Mrs. oyle will be hostesses. The Larry Riglers, Iowa City, lave a. son born Feb. 3. This is he first grandchild for the Virgil S>truthers. Mrs. Mike Coyle had a Canasa party Wednesday for Mrs. Oliver Kinseth's birthday. Earl Olson was a recent vis- tor at Mike Coyle's. Meeting here Feb. 17 for good drivers Of drivers involved in fatal traffic accidents this year 40 percent were Good Drivers. A check of driving records did not reveal a conviction of a traffic law violation or an accident. The Iowa department of public safety recognizes all drivers need to increase their knowledge AL.60NA (Iowa) ADVANCE—5 for Ingred Teresko at Norman I Titonka Federated club me Finnestad's, Cylinder, Sunday. | Thursday evening in the library Mrs. Johannesen had charge of Mrs. Floyd Welander and Mrs the program and Mrs. Wilberg Ted Hoover Jr. were hostesses assisted opening gifts. The lesson on Cub Scouts wa The Roger Osborns, Carroll, by Mrs. Edward Boyken, wh visited the parents, Russel Kauff-1 had four Cubs present to demon FARM SALE As I have sold my farm and will quit farming, { will, sell the following described items at the farm located 1 mile south and 1 mile west of Woden, la.; or 6 miles east and 2 miles south of Titonka on ... WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17 Lunch On Grounds Sale Starts 12:30 arid improve their skills to keep pace with the corrtplex driving situations and changing traffic patterns due to the constantly ncreasing volume of traffic. The civic, social, religious arid fraternal organizations in Algona will present the Algona Community Conference For Better Driving at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Feb. 17 in the Algona high school auditorium. The program is a positive approach to help solve some of the problems con fronting all drivers, Fritz Nielsen, safety education coordinator for the Algona schools urges all drivers in the Algona community to attend this important conference. THURSDAY, FEB. It, 196$ LOCALS Mrs Bert Puttstuek was guest of honor at a birthday dinner given by her daughter, Mrs John Hamilton, Titonka, Sunday. Guests were the Joe Putzstucks, LuVerne, daughters, the Paul Bells and Milton Bilyeus, Algona, and a cousin Mrs Lester Elaine and family, Titonka. Mr and Mrs Waller Peterson. and Kim, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests of the Vance Cookes, Emmetsburg. 1959 Ford '981' Trader Select-O-Speed, Wide Front, Power Steering, 2,200 actual hours. 1949 Ford 8N Tractor w/Horn Loader, Manure - Snow Bucket. CLEAN BIM.K WJWON DELIVERY TO ANY POINT IN CITY OR COUNTRY PHONE J9S-3749 395-3749 VIKING OIL CO. Roy SteffiI, Mfr. JUST NORTH QF MILWAUKEE STATION IN ALGONA Massey Harris Clipper Combine w/ windrower spreader & PTO AC Field Chopper w/Corn Hay Head Ford 7 Ft. Tractor Mounted Mower w/ windrower Ford 2-row Cultivator Oliver 3-btm. Plow, 12-14-16 AC Blower w/40 ft. pipe 2-row Mounted Corn Planter IHC Tractor Spreader 8 ft. IHC Binder, used for v/indrowihg Ford 12 Ft. Mounted Disc 4-Sec, Harrow w/Foldirig Evener 3-iec. Kover Field Cultivator 2 Wheel Implement Trailer 2 — 4 Wheel Trailer w/Sleel Box 5-sec. Kover Field Cultivator 2 Wheel Trailer 4 Wheel Trailer w/Barge Box & Hoist BUILDINGS-FEED ETC. 1 Brooder House 12x16; 2 Brooder Houses 12x14; 1 Brooder House 12x16; 1 Brooder House 10x12; 1 20x32 Building with wood floor (comes apart in sections); 1 12x18 Hog House; 2 A Type Hog Houses; 1 10x20 Sun pprch; 2 Feed Bunks 14 ft.; 1 80 flat, Hog fountain (like new); 2 hog- waferers; 1 Pride Of Farm Roun,d Hog Feeder; 1 Sheep Bunk for hay and grain; Chicken Feeders, Fountains and nests; 3 Gas Broo- d«r Stoves. 400 Bales Straw Approximately 25 ton Corn Silage 25 Bu. Certified Winter Rye Seed • 4 • row Wind Power Rotary Hoe • 40 Ft, Kelly Ryan Elevator • 4 - sec. Galloway Harrow v//Fo!ding Evener • John Deere Tractor Spreader For Parts • IHC Endgate Seeder • Bale Rack — Hay Loader — Side Rake 100 Gal. Gas Barrel w/hose; 50 Gal. Oil Barrel; Slat Cribbing & Wire; Hay Forks & Shovels; other articles too numerous to mention. LIVESTOCK 25 Ewes Lambing Now 14 Bred Gilts Vac. for Cholera and Sry., Bangs tested. To start farrowing last of February. 100 Pullets 8 x 28 Trailer N«HM w/2 6x8 Entrees, Complete with Electric Range, Refrigerator, Bathroom Fixtures. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Dining Room Table and Buffet; Piano; 2 Pedesals; Table Lamps; Oak Chairs; ?. Arm Chairs; Platform Rocker; Chroma Kitchen Set, 4 Chairs; Wringer Washing Machine; Refrigerator; 30" Goronado Eleclric Range (like new); Coal & Wood Cook Stove; Work Tabje; 3 Steel Beds with Springs; Hollywood Bed and Dresser with Mirror,- Small Dreiser with Mirror; Eldredge Treadle Sewing Machine; Marlin .22 cal. Automatic Rifle; 9*12 Carpet with foam rubber back; Fryit jars and Small Items. Conrad Limbers, owner COMPLETE NEWS COVERAGE THIRTY MINUTES OF COMPLETE NEWS ON THE SIGN-OFF NEWS MONDAY - SATURDAY 5:15 - 5:45 5:15 - Sports Picture 5:25 - Local ft Area News 5:30 - World ft National News ft Markets 5:40 - Krick W^lher ON KLGA ALGONA, IOWA MACHINERY AUCTION To Be Held On Our Lot On Highway 10, Laurens, Iowa FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12 Tractors John Deere 4010 Diesel Jehn Deere 3010 Diesel John Deere 70 Diesel John Deere 730 Diesel IHC 400 Gas 2 Massey-Harris Gas Minneapolis-Moline Jet Star Minneapolis-Moline U, Gas 1955 John Deere 60, power steering 1949 John Deere A 1948 John Deere A 1946 John Deere A 1944 John Deere A John Deere B Allis-Chalmers W.C. Case 411 B John Deere No. 50 John Deere No. 70 L.P. Gas John Deere 730 Gas John Deere 720 Diesel 1953 John Deere 60 John Deere Model 40 Guarantee 50-50 parts and labor until May 1, 1965, with work to be done in Dudley Impl. Shop, Plows John Deere 810, 4-16 Mtd. 2 John Deere 66, 4-14 2-55 John Deere, 3-14 55 John Deere, 3-16 2 John Deere 555, 4-14 IHC 4-14 Mtd, IHC Model 70, 4-16 2 IHC No. 8, 3-14 Minneapolis-Moline 3-14 Discs - Springtooth IHC 18-ft, Springtooth 2 Minneapolis-Moline 18-ft. Discs John Deere 15-ft. Disc Durham Cultihoe Corn Planter John Deere 495 with liquid fertiliser attachment STARTING AT 12:30 P.M. New Equipment Cultivators 2—IHC 45§ 4-rpw IHC 448 4-rpw Massey-Harris 4-rpw Minneapolis-Moline 4-row 3 John Deere 400 4-row 3 John Peer* 200 2-row John Deere 3020 Diesel (Demo.) 18 Sections of Rotary Hoe No. 46 Loader to fit 4010 1064 John Deere Running Gear Blower for SOX Letz Grinder Field Cultivators 11'/2-ft. John Deere 2 John Deere CC 14Va-ft. Mowers • Windrowers 5 John Deere 7-ft. No. 5 Mowers Minneapolis-Moline Windrow- er IHC Windrower Rakes Hay Conditioner John Deere 594 LW Rake IHC 3-bar Rake John Deere Hay Conditioner Balers Case Model 133 Baler John Deere 14-T Baler Combines John Deere No. 55 Self propelled, 14-ft. head 1 John Deere No, 30 Combine Minneapolis-Moline 88 P.T.O. 2 Case 65 P.T.O. John Deere 25 2 Case A 6 2 Massey-Harris Minneapolis-Moline G4 3 John Deere 12 A Combines Massey-Harris Clipper P.T.O. 95 John Deere—Hi Lo with 14-ft. header Corn Pickers 227 Picker Oliver 2-row mtd. Picker Case 425 Picker Chopper * Cutter IHC Field Chopper Brady Stalk Cutter Spreaders Massey-Harris Spreader Grinders 40X Letz P.T.O. Peerless Roller Mill, P.T.O. John Deere 10" Grinder Knoedler Burr Mill P.T.O. Bear Cat P.T.O. Gehl 10" P.T.O. with hopper and auger Auger Wagon Running Clears John Deere 68 Auger Wagon IHC Running Gear Twin Draulic Running Gear Miscellaneous Gehl Recutter 2 Mid West Bolster Hoists Nobel Drag Evener for drag cart Cement Mixer, fits Ford tractor 10-ft. Hume Reel John Deere Model 71 Sheller 36-ft. John Deere Elevator, 4 wheel, 15" width 14-ft. Fiber Glass Boat Cattle Feeder Hoq Feeder 94-Ton Ford Pickup — 1950 Auctioneers Note Dudley Implement needs the room so must clean their lot of used machinery. This will give you the opportunity to buy what you need for your farming operations, You will find some new, some qood used and also some useful old machinery. This will be the day you will have the opportunity to establish the price with your reliable John Deere Implement dealer. They reserve the right to change inventory and all machinery must be moved off the lots by 2 weeks after sale day. Terms |R§§., Auctioneer* FIRST STATE BANK, Woden, Clerk Used Tires Loaders Two Two 15.5x38 13.6x38 John Deere 45 to fit 4010 John Deere 45 with hyd. bucket, 4010 mtgs. Cash, pr make arrangements with clerk. Financing available with Vb down, balance 2 years. No property removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents. DUDLEY Implement Co. LAURENS, IOWA CLARK & CLARK, Auctioneers DUDLEY IMPL., Clerk

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