The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 30, 1966 · Page 10
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Family Routed By Fire SEPT. 10, SAT., 1:30 P.M. J.H. Zanke & H.A. Harvey Estates by Erma Z. Harvey, Agent l'/4 E. of Burt, la. on the black-' top. Land Auction, 240 acres of tillable land. Terms 15% down, balance due March 1, 1907. WlnWe & Winkle, Algona, la. VirgU Spencer, Auct. PORTLAND Firemen from Algona, LuVerne and Urermore were called to the farm home of PeterHjelmeland, 1 1/2 miles east and 3/4 mile south of Galbraith about midnight Friday when fire broke out on the roof of the structure. According to reports, the family, including seven children, were in the house at the time and all got out safely. The fire call here was received about 12:30 a. m. Saturday and firemen were at the scene for more than two hours. The fire had been photo was snapped. The entire roof of the large square home was destroyed and much of the ceiling of the second floor was also burned. For a while, it was feared a water shortage might hinder the battle against the blaze, but firemen brought it under control about 1 a. m. There was much water damage throughout the structure and personal belongings of the family were also damaged. (UDM Polaroid Flashfoto) By Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith and Ramona and Mr. and Mrs. Vemon Smith returned home Saturday after spending about two weeks in Stockton, California, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Veerman. Mrs. Veerman is the former Edith Smith, daughter of the Henry Smiths. Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy and Paul went to Cylinder last Saturday where they attended the wedding of Miss Mary Keeper who was married to David Helgwold, in the Methodist church. Miss Keeper is Mrs. Kennedy's neice's daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Loebach and family were Sunday dinner guests in the parental Alvin F. Klein home, Irvington. A Stewart family get-together was held Sunday in the Earl Shipler home. Also included in the get-together, was the Donald and Garnie Hood families of Rutland and the Waif Waltman s of Corwith. 49 were present at the picnic dinner. Greg and Brian Mankle of Curlew spent the past week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shipler. They went home with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mankle , the day of the family get-together. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Marlow and Doug and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Steven left Friday after dinner, for Sidney Nebraska, where they attended the Rodeo. Baby Lisa Marlow stayed in the Richard Bristow home at Luverne. They returned home Saturday night. Mrs. Wayne Eckels and Monte spent Thursday in the parental P. W. Marlow home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wood, Jean and Randy were Sunday evening visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Eichen, at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Marlow, Doug and Lisa were Sunday dinner guests in the Richard Bristow home at Luverne. Mrs. Victor Fitch and Judy accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Richard Grosser to Spencer, Saturday where they attended the funeral of Omer Grosser. "What we have we leave for others, but what we are lasts forever". INVINCIBLE METAL FURNITURE franchlsed dealer — Upper DCS Moines Pub. Co. State Board Approves Plan For School Establishment of another area school system in this area moved a step closer with action Friday by the State Board of Public Instruction at Des Moines. The board approved a plan for a five-county area with its administrative center in Estherville, with maximum use of existing junior college facilities there and at Emmetsburg. Counties involved are Dickinson, Clay, Emmett, Palo Alto and Kossuth. The five won approval of a plan modified somewhat at the board's suggestion from a proposal submitted earlier. School boards of the five counties now must affirm the plan, and once this is done the state board can allow an election to be called to choose a board. New Car Sales Continue With 28 Licensed Twenty-eight new vehicles were licensed last week at the office of Rosella Voigt, county treasurer, as follows: Fords — Harding Hansen, Lu- Verne, Eileen O'Brien, Whittemore; Wm. Bach, Swea City; A. J. Berens, Bancroft; John R, Kollasch, Lakota. Mercury — Wilson W. Brack, Lakota. Chevrolets—Dave Weber, Lone Rock; Ray Lichter, Burt; Richard Beenken, Titonka, truck; Gerald Bahling, Titonka, p/u; Art Anderson, West Bend; Richard Underwood, Fenton. Chrysler — Wm. Wirtjes, Lakota, Pontiac - Harvey Will, Lu- Verne. Oldsmobile - Wm, Kraft, Algona; Edward A. Lynn, Swea City, Plymouth — Wm, Lampright, Algona; Wilbur Monson, Sexton; Russell Rentz, Algona. Dodge- Leo H. Guerdet, Arm- strong, truck; Joe Culbertson, Swea City; Gene Tietz, Fenton, Buick — Marlin Hardt, Swea City; Cornelius Shipler, Burt. Misc. — Elmer Dole Const. Co., Irvington, Load King Trl.; Verne Austin, Bancroft, Friendship TT; Merril Hefty, Ottosen, Gator B/T. International — Algona Implement Co. PUBLIC Lunch Served by Circle 1, Methodist Church, Wesley FARM SALE CALENDAR AUG. 30 Tues. Morn., 9:00 a.m. Gilbert Saxton, Owner. 1 E., 2 No. and 1 3/4 E. of Ringsted, la. 15 Heifers, 32 Sheep. Full line of farm machinery including 3 tractors. Misc. Cylinder State Bank. Clark, Quinn Si Bensen, Aucts. AUG. 31, WED., 12:15 P.M. Ernie Williams. NE edge of Algona, la. on Hwy 18. Machinery Auction including 18 tractors, 27 plows. Clark & Clark, Aucts. WED. EVENING, AUG. 31. 6:00 P.M. Helen Widdel Home and furniture sale. Fenton, Iowa. 1 block W. of Krause garage. Home, furniture and some of the finest antiques to be found in the area. 3-bedroom bouse. First Trust Si Savings Bank, Fenton. Clark and Clark. Aucts. ' SEPT. 3, SATURDAY - Emil Schumacher sale of machinery and miscellaneous, at farm two south and 1 1/4 east of Fenton. Complete sale details in Tuesday issue. Lloyd Berkland, auctioneer; First Trust & Savings, Fenton, clerk. SEPT. 3, SATURDAY - Leta Ramhorst sale of furniture and modern home, one block east Corner Hdwe. in Armstrong, 1:30 p.m. Clark & Clark, auctioneers; First Trust & Savings, Armstrong, clerk. Details this issue. SEPT. 6, TUESDAY-Freddie Eden farm sale, 6 1/2 miles north of Wesley on blacktop, or 1/2 east, 3 south, 2 east and south of Titonka, 1 p.m. Big line John Deere machinery, other items. Dutch Leek and Clete West auctioneers; Exchange State Bank, Wesley, clerk. Sale details Tuesday issue, Aug. 30. Due to ill health - I am compelled to quit farming, and will sell the following property located 6H Miles North of WESLEY, on blacktop road - or y/2 Miles South and 4 Miles West of WODEN - or V 2 Mile East, 3 Miles South and 2 Miles East, and 1 Mile South of TITONKA Tuesday, SEPTEMBER 6 FARM MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT SALE STARTS 1:00 P.M. SHARP 1 JOHN DEERE - 1966 Model 3020 TRACTOR less then 225 hrs. - Power Shift, Heavy Roll-o- Motic, Duel and side mounted Hydraulic, Positive Traction. Three point Hitch, Hydraulic Cylinder 1 • JOHN DEERE - F 145 H • three bottom mounted PLOW - greaseless Coulters, nearly new, plowed less then 50 acres \ . JOHN DEERE - No. 8 - 8 W-Tractor MOWER, nearly new } . JOHN DEERE - 4- Bar Side RAKE, on rubber 1 - JOHN DEERE - ROTARY HOE 1 - JOHN DEERE - 9 ft. WINDROWER 1 . JOHN DEERE - Stan Hoist MANURE LOADER, hydraulic bucket control 1 - Rotary Hoe, TRANSPORT CART 1.4 bottom STALK REEL 1. WINDROWER TURNER 1 - JOHN DEERE - Short Narrow ELEVATOR f- Late Model IHC - ENDGATE SEEDER 1. JOHN DEERE - Trailer HOIST and H eider Box-6x12 1 - JOHN DEERE - Steel RUNNING GEAR 1. JOHN DEERE - Trailer HOIST, large size Montgomery Ward Box 1 - JOHN DEERE - TRAILER, steel flare box 1 - JOHN DEERE - TRAILER, w/flat rack 1 - JOHN DEERE -494 A - PLANTER, complete with Rubber Press Wheels, Insecticide attaoSments, Checker Heads, 120 rods of 38" wire, Fertilizer Attachments, 2 yrs. old Greasless Disc openers 1. JOHN DEERE - CCA - 12H ft. Greasele« FIELD CULTIVATOR, 3 yrs old 1. JOHN DEERE - four-Row CULTIVATOR, 2 yrs. old fits wide or narrow late model Tractor, front mount 1. JOHN DEERE - B.W - 13' 10" Adjustable Gonge < Tandem DISC, w/duel wheels, 3 yrs. old 1. JOHN DEERE - 24ft. • 4 Section HARROW 1. JOHN DEERE - Tractor SPREADER, good shape 1. Heavy 2- wheel Implement TRAILER 1. Walk-in FEEDER 1. PAX - 80 bu. SELF FEEDER 1. PORTABLE HOG HOUSE Several Tanks, w/Hog Waterers 1. Cattle LOADING CHUTE, on rubber 1 - CEMENT MIXER & WHEEL BARROW 1. Set of 1038 TRACTOR CHAINS Many other items to numerous to mention FREDDIE EDEN, OWNER Auctioneers: DUTCH LEEK - CLETE WEST TERMS: CASH - No property to be removed until settled for Not responsible for accidents CLERK: Exchange State Bank, Wedey

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