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January 2, 1973

Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 6

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Terril EST^jERVILLE JJAILY NEWg 2 JjJg., JAN. 2, 1973 Page 6 Duane Andersons Jackson Guests Mr. and Mrs Duane Anderson and family were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bargfrede at Jackson, and also at the home od Mr. and Mrs. Duane Peterson and family. Other guests in the Peterson home included Mrs. Mamie Peterson and Ron and Harold Lange, all of Estherville. Mr. and Mrs Joe Moorberg, Nancy and Brian entertained Mr. and Mrs. MarvinHildreth, Larry and Lori, Linda McBain, Mr.and Mrs. Duane Anderson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Lewis, Jim and Chuck, Cathy Pokorny and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Chelf. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Pfiefer of Richland came Sunday and were guests of her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Robert Williams and Paul. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Larry McVicker and Mary Ann recently were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moor­ berg, Nancy and Brian, Ann Snyder, and Mrs. Lena Olson. Member of Junior Federated Women's Club and their husbands held a December party in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Olson. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Rouse, Mr. and Mrs. Benny Tonderum, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Galm Mr. and Mrs. Doug Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Don Holmberg, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hoppe and Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Olson. Unable to attend were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wempe, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sorbo, Mr. and Mrs. Cordell Nance and Mr. and Mrs. Randy Glover. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hansen held a dinner for the first birthday of their granddaughter, Heather. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hansen and Heather of Linn Grove and Mr. and Mrs. Urban Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Art Schmeling went to Minneapolis Thursday where they met the plane on which Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Schmeling and son, Glen and Paul, who had arrived from New Guinea. The Jerry Schmelings have been in New Guinea for three years where he is a mis­ sionary-teacher. They had previously spent five years there. Jerry will attend the University of Minnesota and after 6 months, the family will return to New Guinea for three more years. The Schmelings held a family dinner at the Art Schmeling home on New Years Day. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wright and family left Wednesday after a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Burr Wright They will visit her parents in Clinton, the Dale Wrights, and stay overnight in the Burr Wright home en route to their home in Willmar, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Wilcox, Mr. and Mrs. David King, Phillip and Paul were recent guests at the Cordell Nance home. • Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Bridson were Mr. and Mrs. Keith Bridson and family of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Bridson and Pam, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Langner, Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Lewis, Jim and Chuck, Cathy Pokorny and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Chelf. Ray Lists Priorities DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) Gov. Robert Ray says reform of Iowa's abortion statutes, help for the elderly by using revenue sharing funds to lower property taxes and limits to property tax exemptions are high on his priority list for the 1973 legislature. In a recent interview, Ray said he intends to maintain a careful watch on Iowa's budget and school spending. He is expected to ask the legislature for establishment of regional correctional facilities to house long-term prisoners presently serving time in county jails. 'Homemade Gift" 1 About 10 days before Christmas, Norman Bisgard of Estherville liad an inspiration for a gift for his parents—a model of their farm home, five miles south of Graettinger. The family pitched in, the buildings were cut and glued or nailed by Norm and sons, and Mrs. Bisgard (Trudy) did the painting. Even the neighbor children helped, they explain. About 16 popsicle sticks were used on each building, "so the neighbor kids had to eat the popsicles." Plastic trees and toy animals were added. Shown around the finished gift are Robbie, 7; his grandparents, Wilma and Einer Bisgard: Mike, 18: Dave, 16: and Norman and Trudy Bisgard.— Photo by Carol Higgins Graettinger Entertain Estherville Guests Mr. and Mrs. Larry Enderson and Jennifer of Estherville and Bessie Howard were recent guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bradley. Other callers were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bradley and family, Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Omuiidson and family, Estherville, Mr, and Mrs. Leo Bradley and family, Fairmont, Mr. and Mrs. Deryl Johnson, Barbara and Brian, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Laidig and family, Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. James Hudgins, with the Armed Forces in Germany, have sent word home that they have adopted three children, John, Donna and Charaline. Mrs. Hudgins is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bradley. The Thoreson family met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Goodwin Thore=on in Spirit Lake re- Superior Hold Moving Dinner Friends brought food and served dinner Dec. 27 at the Roy Harris home for those who who helped the Dick Kumbas move to Superior. Dinner served to Mr. and Mrs. Jake Kumba and Joe of Rock Rapids, Donald Mohr of Jackson, Cecil Seeliger and Mr. and Mrs. Einer Hansen of Spirit Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Sana and Jerome Millsap. Mr. and Mrs. George Laughton and family of Le.Mars and Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Millsap were recent guests of their mother, Mrs. Mabel MiHs-ap. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Klempa went to Sioux Falls, SJX, Dec. 28, to bring her broiher, Bob Dean, Jack Creek Jensens Visit Oklahoma Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jensen and Brendfc recenUy vis iu-d their daughter ic Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs. Louis !£aa.5 were guests of their s-oD-io-ii'w aao daughter, Mr. £-nc Mr -. v> alter Black, in Springfield, EL Mr. and Mrs. Eaipfc Hanoi 11 of Ceylon w«* visitors -< zatir daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Axel Voeananc Jr. and sons. Mr. and Mrs. RoaenP.iieyaad sons recently visited at the John McGown home in rural \eweU. Hold Party The Jack Creek Feeders held its annual December party at Ringsted High School with a potluck supper and grab bag. Members present were Gregory, Kent, Paul Lee, Mark .Andersen, Tony Glasnapp, Dennis and David Johansen, Jerry, Terry and Cindi Christiansen, David, Rande, Danny and Lori Bervin; Craig Iversen. New members were Kent Andersen and Brian Hansen. Parents attending were Mr. and Mrs. Don Iversen, Mr. and Mrs. Don Bervin, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bervin, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Christiansen, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Riley, Mr. and Mrs. Dale A. Andersen, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Andersen, Mr. and Mrs. Axel Voetmann Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Herluf Johansen. Basketball furnished the evening's entertainment. An organizational meeting is planned lor January. By Ted Riley, vice- president. home from the Veterans Hospital. Recent guests at the Karl Klempa home were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Eveleth and Mrs. Grace Robinson of Estherville. cently. Attending were, Mr. and Mrs. Curt Thoreson, Mr. and Mrs. Or land Thoreson and family of Minneapolis, Minn., Mrs. John Swift and Mr. and Mrs. John Kummerfeldt of Ruthven. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Bishop, David and Jim of Fairmont were Mr. and Mrs. John Bishop, Peoria, m.; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Kijer, Grand Forks, N.D.; Mr. and Mrs. Goodwin Thoreson, Spirit Lake; Bob Thoreson, Nancy Flint and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Thoreson, Spirit Lake; and Mrs. Florence Swift of Graettinger. Visitors recently at the home of Mrs. Frances Graettinger included Mr. and Mrs. Steven Fish, Christie, David and Charlene of Glendale, Ariz.; Mr. and Mrs. Ron Bush, Denver, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schany, Pat and Terri of Graettinger. AUCTION SALE MACHINERY — EQUIPMENT — LIVESTOCK— FEED 8 miles west of Jackson on Highway IGand 2 1 -; miles south — OR 1 mile east of Folsom corner on Highway 16 and -"2 miles south— ON FRIDAY, JAN. 5 - 12:15 SHARP! TRACTORS John Deere 4020 Diesel Tractor — Cab, wide front, Flotation Tires, 1300 hours, bought new in 1970. John Deere 3020 Gas Tractor — Narrow Heavy Duty Front, about 300 hours on major overhaul. John Deere 1950 "A" - John Deere 1944 "B" MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT Peterson Clamp-on Duals, 18.4x34; Duals for 15.5x38 - MW hubs for 3020 or 4010; Heat Houser for 3020; Four John Deere hydraulic cylinders; Westendor Loader, 2 way cylinders with hydraulic bucket, mountings for John Deere tractors; Hale 16 foot livestock trailer, new tandem axles, electric brakes; Two 300 gallon overhead fuel barrels; Two Case 11 ft. field cultivator with hitch to pull both; Three trailers with boxes and hydraulic hoists; Three trailers with flat racks; John Deere narrow 6 row bean planter with liquid herbicide; Three S&H Forage wagons and trailers; John Deere No. 38 Field chopper with 2 row head and pickup, 1000 RPM p.t.0. shaft; John Deere No. 55 Blower — 50' pipe — long hopper; Balzer forage box with 10 ton gear with front and rear unloading, roof; Balzer combination forage and manure spreader box, roof, 10 ton gear, 8 piy tires; John Deere TWA 12 ft. heavy disc with 22" cone blades, 1 year old; John Deere, 495A 4 row planter with Emmery harrow attachment, fertilizer, herbicide and insecticide attachments; Stan- Hoist IS 3 2 ft. field cultivator, 3 point hook-up; John Deere FI45— 4x16" plow; John Deere 666 - 4x14" plow; John Deere No. 8W mower; John Deere No. 350 rake; John Deere No. 141 baler; John Deere No. 4 RG cultivator, rear mount; Lilliscon roiling cultivator, rear mount, 4 row; Lundell 8 foot snow blower — 3 point meant; New Idea No. 311 corn picker, pull type; John Deere No. 227 corn picker, multi-lube, John Deere "A" mountings; Better-Bilt 1360 gal. liquid manure spreader, 1 year old; MurPac 17 P.V.K. standby generator, mounted on trailer, p.-.o. drive, 1 year old;. Gehi No. 72 Flail chopper, like new; John Deere hydraulic drawter eart with 7 section Lindsay harrow; Case 4 section rotary hoe; Minneapolis Moline 11 foot drill; 42 foot Kewanee elevator; 42 ft. narrow elevator; 12 ft. Little Giant drag elevator; Arts-flay No. 320 grinder-mixer; Schuler 170 Bo. feeding wagon, year oid; New Holland crop dryer — oil burner type; John Deere 14 ft. R. W.' dis-e; John Deere 2 row stalk chopper; Shaver hydraulic post driver; 3 point Hahn sprayer, 200 gal. tank, 30* boom; Sears 7 h.p. riding lawn mower; Lincoln 180 amp. welder; 5"— 11 ft. auger, ; 2 h.p. motor; 12 v. Wasko submersible water pump; Centrifugal water pump with 3 h.p. gas engine; 32 ft. aluminum extension ladder; 250,000 b.t-u. propane space heater; LH.C. 12 ft. swatner; Fence row sprayer, 14 ft boom for Treflan; Air compressor; 5 h.p. electric motor; 85- STEER & HEIFER CALVES Angus and Angus-Charolais Cross 360- FEEDER PIGS 40 lbs. to 200 lbs. — Will be started in uniform Weights from lots. MISCELLANEOUS AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Excellent line of well kept machinery and Mr. Griffith is a very good livestock man. Very good hogs and cattle on this auction — Not many small items so 12:15 P.M. SHARP! KEITH GRIFFITH-OWNER NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS AUCTIONEERS: Clair Clark of Ceylon and Ken Webster of Jackson CLERK: First Bank and Trust, Spirit Lake, Iowa Our sales and specials make January a very special month. Special Buy Men's long sleeved shirts. Assorted prints & solids. 65% polyester/35% cotton, penn prest, with 4 inch long pointed collar. Small, medium, large, extra large. Special Men's polyester double knit shirt. With short sleeves long point collar and a solid jacquard b <->H V In assorted colors sizes S.M.L XL Special 7 50 Polyester double knit slacks for men. With flare leg styling, western pockets. In today's great colors. Sizes 32-40. Special 16" Men's snorkel parka with acrylic look-of- wolf fur trim on hood and heavy polyester fiberfill for warmth and comfort. Men's sizes S,M,L,XL. Men's belted nylon quilt ski jacket with 2 zip pockets, knit cuffs and hood. In navy, brown, cranberry or tan Sizes S,M,L,XL Special Special Boys' snorkel parka. Two pockets, knit storm cuffs and acrylic pile trim on hood. Nylon shell in sizes 8-20. Pre-school sizes 3-7, 7.99 99 9 Warm 'em up in a reversible plaid acrylic pile jacket that's quilted to nylon taffeta. Zipper front and hood. Boys' sizes 8-16. Pre-school sizes 3-7, 7.99 Special 6" Boys' nylon quilt jacket that reverses to smooth nylon, great for keeping warm. Zipper front and hidden hood. In boys' sizes 8-20. JCPenney We know what you're looking for. r-

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