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Sexfon Has Variety Of Activities SEXTON -Mr, and Mrs. August Klrschbaum must be feeling the weight of worry after the past week. They had no more than been reassured their granddaughters, Patrice and Diane Bode were not injured when their ear was struck from the rear by a truck than they were told the " girl's father, Roland Bode had suffered a heart attack. He is still confined at St. Ann hospital but was showing som e improvement soon after entering. Mr. and Mrs. Klrschbaum also attended the funeral of their sister- in-law at Forest City on Saturday ; but were unable to attend the funeral of a nephew's baby on the ..same day. .1 -o- Mr. and Mrs. Martin M:.mbach .accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mimbach of Renwick to West Bend where they also attended the funeral of a relative. .Among the missing the past week was little Angela Zaugg, who has been spending her days .With her grandm other, Mrs. Clair Hovey. Miss Zaugg accompanied her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Zaugg on a vacation trip to Arkansas to visit grandparents. It was by no means quiet while she was gone as the Hoveys completely roar ranged the Sexton store for more shopping convenience while their helper was missing. Art Olsen finally decided that was enough of taking trips when they always ended up at Iowa City so this time for a change he accompanied John Kaln on one of his fishing trips up north. Mrs. Mack Wise gets around faster than the news can keep up with her. In her latest letter she advises she is no longer in Algona but has gone back to the farm after thirty years and greatly enjoys it again. She is now living with her son, Glenn Culbertson on his acreage five miles north of Algona, and has a Burt address in case old neighbors would care to write to her. Callers at the John Jennings home the past week were Mrs. Hilda Wagner, and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil BJustrom. Mr. and Mrs. Jennings also attended a Jennings family reunion at the Spike r home at Titonka. Former Sexton resident, Fred Jennings, has reportedly been having some poor health problems recently. There is no doubt of Elmer Phillips' complete recovery as they have added a trip to Colorado SUN. thru WED. SEPT. 25 - 26 - 27 - 28 GRANLEY COMPANY y ALGONA yt ** (M GRANT SAM« EG GAR Springs, Colo, to their schedule. The Sexton Friendly Club will meet the last Thursday of the month as usual but to be a little different this time they will meet in the evening with Mrs. Roy Hansen. No definite time is set as the hostess said any time after six will be convenient for her, so members will no doubt drift In when they get their own dishes done. There will be election of officers at this meeting. Cora Hansen remains at St. Ann hospital and has improved enough to recognize her family at times. Sexton continues to "grow 1 , at least another building was added this week. Not only grow but with the modern look as the Don PeCoys moved a double garage in one afternoon. A little excitement was added last week by a low flying plane but when the smell of the spray began to drift over town the reason for it all became obvious. There's a good reason for the happy smiles on Evert and Doris Steven; they had been more than a little worried about how long they were going to be out of water but in less than a week the drillers struck a flowing stream and after pumping a number of days, there is once more water in the house. In fact, they were hardly without long enough for Craig Steven to learn what it was like in the good old days without running water. The easiest way turned out to be the best at David Wederqulst's 8th birthday celebration. His father decided to round up a few neighbor kids to help eat watermelon and the afternoon turned into a regular party with games and ice cream and cake and a very surprised boy who kept saying he sure didn't know he was going to have a party. A good time was had by all maybe because they didn't have to get dressed up in their party best ? ANNIVERSARIES Mr. and Mrs. Albert Foster of Greenfield were honored at a reception on the occasion of their 65th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bodensteiner of Ossian celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary August 21. CATFISH Harold Frank of Manilla had . a lucky day of fishing on the Little Sioux River near Plsgah last month when he came home with two catfish totaling 22 pounds. One weighed 12 Ib. and the other 10 Ibs. "WALK DON'T RUN" COMING TO THE ALGONA THEATRE SUNDAY PUBLIC AUCTION OF CCC PROPERTY CCC STORAGE STRUCTURES OFFERED FOR SALE SEPTEMBER 23, 1966 The Kossuth ASC County Committee, acting as agents for Commodity Credit Corporation, a corporation agency of the United States Department of Agriculture, is soliciting sealed bids on the following described property. BANCROFT BIN SITE: 21 Butler 13 Martin 1 Butler 3,276 bu. cap. 3,350 bu. cap. 3,350 bu. cap. Cement Block, Lumber, Aeration Tubes LEDYARD BIN SITE: 2 Great Lakes 3 Butler 1 Butler 8 Martin 7 Columbian 40,110 bu. cap. 3,276 bu. ap. 2,740 bu. cap. 3,350 bu, cap, 3,240 bu. cap. Cement Block, Lumber, Aeration Tubes LAKOTA BIN SITE: 2 Butler 30 Butler 7 Martin 5 Columbian 5 Kllby 20 Steel-Co 2,740 bu. cap, 3,276 bu, cap, 3,350 bu. cap, 3,240 bu'. cap, 3,287 bu. cap. 3,250 bu. cap. SWEA CITY BIN SITE: 38 Steel Craft 18 Ohio Steel 21 Columbian 22 Butler 11 Martin 9 Kllby Cement Block, Lumber, PENTON BIN SITE: 1 Great Lakes 10 Kllby 15 Butler 3 Columbian 25 Butler 3,250 bu. cap. 3,250 bu. cap. 3,240 bu. cap. 3,276 bu. cap. 3,350 bu. cap. 3,250 bu. cap. Aeration Tubes 40,110 bu. cap, 3,287 bu, cap. 2,740 bu, cap. 3,276 bu. cap, 3,276 bu, cap. Cement-Block, Lumber, Aeration Tubes ELMORE BIN SITE: 20 Butler 5 Ohio Steel 3/276 bu. cap. 3,250 bu. cap. Cement Block, Lumber, Aeration Tubes LONE ROCK BIN SITE: 20 Butler 3,276 bu. cap. 5 Martin 3,350 bu. cap. Cement Block, Lumber, Aeration Tubes INSPECTION; The storage structures and property may be inspected Friday, September 23, 1966, between the hours of 9:00 and 2:00 p.m. BIDS: Offers must be submitted in sealed envelopes and such envelopes mutt bear in the lower left hand corner the notation: "DO NOT OPEN UNTIL PRESCRIBED TIME FOR INVITATION NO. 66-12." Offers delivered by hand must be received at the address specified in the announcement not later than 3:00 p.m. Friday, Spetember 23, 1966. Offers may be submitted on an Offer Form obtained from the ASCS County Office. Offers submitted by mail must be received not later than 3:00 p.m. Friday, September 23, 1966. Telephone or telegraphic offers will not be considered. All grain storage structures purchased under this Invitation must be dismantled and removed within 30 days after notice of award by the Contracting Officer, CCC, unless the successful bidder makes arrangements acceptable both to the landlord and CCC. Copies of the terms and conditions of the sale may be obtained from the Kossuth County ASCS Office. The provisions of the terms and conditions of the sale shall become a part of the offer and upon acceptance shall constitute a binding contract between the offerer and CCC. Additional information concerning this sale may be obtained by contacting the Kossuth County ASCS Office, 1306 North Main Street, Algona, Iowa, 50511. Curtis P. Haahr Office Manager t While ' iv (iinnt linppily surveys his jri'ishn party, m-stius Snnianthii Hn^nr mid Jim Hutton try to fiirurr nut what he thinks he is tloiny. in "\Vnlk. Don't Run." Cnlum- bin Pirturi's relen<r in Pnmivision mid Tochnir-olnr. Whnt Grnnt is <loinji in tlic (Jranlcy Company presentation. H roninly set in Tokyo iluriiiK the Olympic Gumps, is trying to nrrtuiffe niiittcrs so that irir! and athlete wed. "Walk. Don't Hun" is a Sul ('. Siegel lil-odtlctii !>y Chillies Walters. i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i t John Rolling Of Bancroft Wed Recently BANCROFT - Marian Lucille Miller became the bride of John Peter Rolling in a 2 p.m. double ring ceremony Aug. 27 at St. John Vianney Catholic church In Fairmont. Officiating minister was Rev. Hilary McNallan. Following the wedding, a reception for 125 guests was held in St. Theresa's hall. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick L. Miller, Fairmont. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Rolling, Bancroft. Two sisters of the bride served as her attendants. Kathleen Miller was maid of honor and Mrs. Thomas Keffeler was bridesmaid. Dennis and Bernard Rolling served their brother as best man and groomsman, respectively. Ushers were Thomas Keffeler, Michael Miller and Joseph Rolling. Mr. and Mrs. Rolling are at home at Ames. •H-Mrs^Rolllrig, • a • graduate of Fairmont'high school and Presentation School of Nursing' at Sioux Falls, S. D., was employed at Mankato and Los Angeles General Hospital, Cal. She will be employed at Mary Greeley In Ames. Her husband, a graduate of St. John's high school in Bancroft, has com- pleted three years of service with the U.S. Army and Is now employed at Mike's Body and Frame Shop in Ames. - o - ATTEND WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mulligan and Mrs. Florence Mulligan attended the wedding of Robert Fuchs, son of Mrs. Rose Fuchs of Wauconla, Minn, and the late Al Fuchs, former Bancroft residents, Sept. 10. Robert Fuchs and Marion Antczak were married at the Assumption of the B.V.M. church In Strickland, Wis. with Rev. Father Joseph L. Power officiating. Bill Fuchs of Denver, Colo, was his brother's best man. He and Mrs. Fuchs and son Bob made the trip from Denver by plane. Mr. and Mrs. Fuchs are also former residents of Bancroft. irrnma move clock 'thru SATURDAY - -v '2nd Best Secret Agent - 7:03 10:15 "Psychopath" - 8:52. SATURDAY MATINEE "The Young Land- 1:50. SUNDAY - "Run Don'tWalk" 1:37 - 3:46- 5:55- 8:09- 10:11 MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY"Run Don't Walk" - 7:21 -9:33 THURS. thru SAT. SEPT. 22 - 23 - 24 ALGONA WERE IMAGES OF DEATH., ...•HIS , VICTIMS/ / HIS'DOLLS WERE REAL, LIVELY E GORGEOUS! AGeNT e whole wide world" TOM ADAMS CHARLES VINE . KARH.STEPMEK- PETER BULL SPECIAL KIDDIES MATINEE SAT., SEPT. 24 - 1:30 P.M. A THRILLING WESTERN OF "THE YOUNG UNO" PIUS 3 CARTOONS ^^ Mrs. Fuchs will continue her employment with a brokerage firm In Minneapolis. Mr. Fuchs is employed in the offices of Farmers Insurance Group 'i Minneapolis. - o - ALTAR SOCIETY St. John's Altar Society met Tuesday with Mrs. Lloyd Hutchison and Mrs. Bob Lynch serving as co-hostesses. The committee Included the following: Mesdanu-s Francis Menke, Ed Tlgges, Ed Vaske, Walter Goche, Paul Inman, Geo. Rahe, Phil Sheridan, Larry Nemmers, Milton Marlow, Joe Vol- Imer, John Schemmel, Luke Hamilton, Ben Lampe, Bess Connelly, Ambrose Lentsch, Wm. Rustemier, Dennis Rolling, Gerald Rowlet, BobRahe.-Francis Schlltz, Elmer Schneider, Geo. Mogensen, Minnie Mousel and Eliz. Williams. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Berte and family were dinner guests at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. McGuire of Bode, Sept. 11. Mrs. Verne Austin underwent major surgery Tuesday at St. Joseph's hospital, Mankato. Janet and Janice Vaske, twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Vaske, left Sept. 11 to attend Mankato Commercial College. Daryl Paul Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Sathoff was baptized Sept. 11 In St. John's church by Father Francis Higglns. Sponsors were Bridget Qulnn and David Lynch, Jr. Arthur Willla.m, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ingalls, was baptized by Father Francis Higgins Sept. 11 at St. John's church. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dltsworth. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kerr of Arma, Kansas visited last week at the N. J. Nemmers and Clarence Nemmers homes. John Nemmers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nemmers, arrived in Bancroft Wednesday to begin a two week leave from the Naval Air Force prior to be- Thurtday, Sept. ft, 1966 Algona (la.) Upper D*t Moln**-J ginning a 6 month tour of duty in Sicily. Mrs. Dora Johnson entered St.. Mary's hospital Sept. 11, where she underwent surgery on her lower Jaw. It Is reported that she came through the operation well and is progressing nicely. ANGLER Kenneth Hauser of Wall Lake caught a record 40-lb. Northern Pike while fishing In Canada last month. Hauser's fish measured 50 inches long. Short-chop your corn with a GEHL Chop-All e NEWt LIGHTWEIGHT 10,000 RPM PORTABLE KNIFE SHARPENER Gives you minute-per-knife sharpening on the machine . . . in the field or at the machine shed. Adjustable guide insures proper beveling of knife cutting edges. Available in e'«ctric or gas models. O Chop-All row crop attachments include: 1-or 2-row corn head; narrow row (2-row) corn head. O Chrome-edged knives stay sharp . . . chop more tons of fine-cut forage. Q Select-A-Cut transmission gives you short, medium or long length forage with the push of a lever. O Easy-Swing drawbar and forward-neutral-reverse lever controlled from tractor seat. 0 Also available: 5-ft. Hay Pick-up, 6-ft. Mower Bar. Financing available. ("Optional equipment) Make us Prove it with a Demonstration! JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT ALGONA GEHL They used to call 'em "nubbin acres!" The yield from this whole field didn't fill a triple box. Corii never got as high as your chin. Each time it rained, more top soil washed down the gullies. Finally, only pure clay and rocks were left. A few years ago, the farm owner joined with his neighbors in organizing a soil conservation district. Using approved anti- erosion practices, ho hold most of the water on the slopes to soak in. Fertilizer made crops grow on the nearly sterile soil. Plow- down legumes built up humus, and restored tilth. Yields today are almost as good as on valley land and the money and time invested return substantial dividends. Soil conservation practices come first in reclaiming eroded acres . , . but the right kind of fertilizers . . . balanced to soil requirements . , . are essential, too. Cooperatives have led the way in soil testing, 'in formulating, manufacturing and distributing fertilizers at lowest possible net cost. They play a big part in making it profitable to restore productivity to farms ruined by erosion. This is another public service advertisement sponsored by cooperatives IRVINGTON CO-OP ELEVATOR E. F. Immerfall, Mgr. IONE ROCK CO-OP EXCHANGE ___ Loreni Geitzenauer, Mgr. WHITTEMORE CO-OP ELEVATOR Alfred Schultz, Mgr. (Hobarton Branch) BURT CO-OP ELEVATOR __— Ronald Jurgens, Mgr. LEDYARD CO-OP ELEVATOR Bernard Reilly, Mgr. OTTOSEN CO-OP ELEVATOR Jerry Huffman, Mgr. WEST BEND ELEVATOR CO R. W. Jurgent, Mgr, TITONKA CO-OP ELEVATOR J«ck Stott, Mgr, FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR, Bode R, I, Mqfheion, Mgr. FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR CMrtit Ur«, Mgr. QiSERVI NATIONAL FARM SAFETY WEEK - IVIRY WEEIU |

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