Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 18, 1965 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 18, 1965
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. 4—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE JpURSOAy, MARCH 18, 1S6S Lone Rock pair are home from tour in west Lone Rock — The Carl Petersons returned Saturday after three months in Las Vegas and other points west. They went to Las Vegas to visit their son Eliner, and see their first grandson Eric. They also spent B days in ; California visiting relatives and friends. Enroute home they stopped at Wheatland and Cheyenne, Wyo., and visited her sister and four brothers. WILL SELL PLATES The Lot Is Creek Aid met March 11. Mrs. Wayne Hoettchcr led the mission topic. Rev. Veil- ling had the topic. The aid will sell plates with a picture of the church on it for the flOlh anniversary of the church which will be in June. Hostesses were Mrs. Franklin Rusch and Mrs. Martin Schormann. Guests were Mrs. Leo Wood and Mrs. Elmer Ruhnke. DONATIONS MADE The Legion Auxiliary met Wednesday at the Legion hall They voted $5 to the supply shelf at the Veteran's hospital in Des Moines, and $2 for Easter Seals. A report was given on the county meeting in February at Whiltemore. Hostesses were Mrs. Win. Marlow and Mrs. Maurice Weisbrod. CIRCLES TO MEET U.P.W. Circles will meet this Thursday. The topic is The Apostle of Ftefdom. Mildred Circle will meet with Marjofic Person'and Mildred' Hammerstrom. Jo Ella Miller will have the lesson. Lucille Circle will meet with Harriett Bellinger and Eliza Rath. Jean Marlow will give the lesson. Nancy Circle will meet with Patsy Priebe, and Nancy Marlow will have the lesson. Mrs. Mary Gcnrich attended a 1 o'clock luncheon of the D.A.R. Tuesday at the AJgona hotel. The Lone Rock Co-operative Telephone Co. held its annual meeting March 16 at 7:30 at the Legion hall. A film of local interest was shown. The Gerhart Riggcrls have moved from their house on the Ralph Bierstedt farm to the house just vacated by the Bernard Tiggcs on the I. W. Nelson farm. Friends dropped in Saturday night for a housewarming. Guests included the Merlin Hansons, Stanley Ophcims, Duane Slainbrooks, all Whittemore, and Dick Parsons and Jerry Parsons, Fenton. Sunday callers were the Merman Riggerts and Harold Nelsons, Algona. Mrs. Mary Gcnrich had the Kossuth Rural Letter Carriers last Monday night. Present were the Maurice Givcns, Titonka, Pal McGuires, Burl, Herschel Hartmans, Lone Rock, and Arnold Hansens, Fenton. Mrs. Eva Thompson, Des Moines, came Thursday for a week with her brother, the Ed Blanchards, and sisters, Mrs. Ruth Krueger, Mrs. Mary Genrich, Mrs. Roy Zunkcl, Mrs. L. Newbrough and Mrs. Delmar Angus, Burl, The Ardcn Hoveys and Clarence Armstrongs, left Saturday for Kenosha, Wis., returning Monday. They visited the men's parents and a sist,er who had had surgery. The Alfred Schullzcs and THAN SORRY \ Be Sure of Cash From Your Crops Protect profits . . . insure your crops now against weather damage, other loss. Consult us soon. For every farm Insurance need BLOSSOM INSURANCE COMPANY Phone 5-2735 109 S. Dodge LINDSAY LEVER NARROWS flexible er Rigid AVAILAIli IN PB55 PBS'/i PB6 PB6!/j 5 H. 5'/;ft. 6 ft. 6'/ 2 H. 7 N. 40 TMth 49T*f«h 47T*9lh $1 Teeth 55 Teeth W«. 100 !bt. Wl. 110 Ibt, Wl. Uo Ibf, Wl. 127 lb». Wl. 133 Ibi. TOOTH 9ABS—1H'O.D. high carbon steel tubing. (.EVER ASSEMBLY—TilU teeth to angle bait suited to toil and crop conditions. PRAW HOOKS—Designed with openinf toward the ground to eliminate unhooSpnig. TEETH—High carbon steel hammer-forged to diamond-hard point are reversible and replaceable. Each tooth i# locked on with spring steel lock washer and n»t. QQH'J §i SAHSffP WITH IfSwiyV JHf tf$l Joe Bradley Equipment diet Mines, Otloscn, visited Sunday with their mother, Mrs. Maude Blanchard. The Willis Cottons were Sunday dinner guests of their son, the John Cottons, Spencer. The Roy Jensens and Ernest Jensens, Hackensack, were Sunday guests of the A. A. Krue- gcrs. The Ernest Jensens went to Emmclsburg Sunday to visit an aunt, Mrs. Emma Sk'ow, hospitalized after having been in a car accident last Tuesday. horn. The North Fellowship Circle i fir, Omaha, visited Saturday at Fred Moftehson's. When they returned to Omaha,' they wefe accompanied by Anna Mae Dou*, , . *, ,« <( -.. bek, who will be employed by Mclvin .Berkland's. Devotions the Householders. of St. John's Lutheran church, j' Depew, met Thursday at Mrs. i : were by Mrs. Gerald Cody, and! lesson by Mrs. William DeWall.l Guests were Mrs. Harvey Hen-; riksen and Mrs. Tom Manly. ! Mrs. Ernest Votteler had thci Saturday Afternoon Bridge club last week. Prizes were won by Mrs. Charles Newel, Mrs. Jessie Newel, and Mrs. Clarence Wegencr. The Thursday A "f t e r n o o n Bridge club met last week at I he It,. A. Lees spent the | Mrs. W. R. Wolfe's. Prizes went weekend in Des Moines. Thojto Mrs. E. J. Frank, Mrs. Ida Dreyer, and Mrs. Charles Newel.' Raymond Ncswolds, Iowa City, were also there. Mrs. Jesse Blanchard spent Gene Radig spent Saturday and Sunday with his mother, . —, ..f^-"- mni ouiiuuy will from Saturday to Tuesday with M rs Alex 'Radig her parents, the H. K Drowns, | Judy 'sigler, ' Marshalltown, Des Moines. Jesse Blanchard spcn t the weekend with her par- went down Monday and attend- cnts Uic Paul Eiglers. ed a lumbermen's convention Sunday guests of Mrs. George lucsday. I hey returned home Jentz were Mrs . Ida Simmons, together ruesday i Fairmont, and Mrs. Edna Muel- The Russell Rogers family, lcr . Ca n ers wcre the Bill Weer ts, Corwith, have moved into the Fairmont old church house. They are j T hc Tony Winters, Alexan- cmployed at the Raymond Laabs driai Minn-i and Clayton Wolffs lar ., m> T , , , I were Saturday visitors at Rob- Sharon Krausc was home last cr t Burkgren's week from college in Forest | Tllc Kenneth Halversons and City for the mid-term break. Mrs. Ellen Cherland and grandson Ronald Cherland left Friday to visit her daughter, the Carl Carlsons, for a few days in Minneapolis. The Roy Jensens, A. A. Krue- gers and E. M. Jensens, Hackensack, were Monday guests at Willis Cotton's. Fenton Jean Priebe Norman Wilbergs, Ringsted, went to Okoboji Wednesday for a three-county Postmaster's meeting. Mrs. Dale Weisbrod and Nadine and Mrs. Norman Larson and Mary Lou attended the girls state basketball tournament in Des Moines Thursday through Sunday. Mrs. George Jorgenson Jr. had thirteen of Paul's friends Saturday for his 7th birthday. The Donald Priebes were Sunday guests of Mrs. Vivian Butterfield and Mrs. Ida Butterfield, Swea City. The Jack Tiemans have moyed to the farm owned by Mrs. Mary Hansen. Their son Terry had staying for two weeks with 40th wedding observed by Burt couple Burt — There were 250 at a reception at Burt Methodist church Sunday for the 40th wedding of the Lance Riebhoffs. Sue Richardson, Des Moines, was registrar. A service was conducted by L,orena Riebhoff, Rev. John Riebhoff,. Rev. M. C. Davies, with music by Mrs. James Dodds, accompanied Lorena and John in a hymn. St. Andrews Methodist church, of Sanborn, and the Granger School in Des Moines, sent flowers. The reception was held in Fellowship hall after the service with the members of Fortnightly club serving assisted by Audrey Callahan, Long Island, N. Y., and Mrs Dale Lockw.ood. Mrs. Donald Tietz poured. The.Rieb- hoffs presented the Methodist church with 40 new hymnals as as anniversary memorial. Mrs. Helen Johnson and Mrs. Doris Larson had charge of Mrs. Ida Dreyer returned recently from a five-week trip. She visited in St. Louis, New Or-, . _ leans, St. Petersburg and Key his grandparents, the W. ;R. West, Fla., and along the east Wolfes and is now with his par- coast to Washington D. C. ! ents Mrs. Kenneth Krause gave a ! Workers at a quilting party baby shower for Mrs. Bernard Monday at Mrs. Ole Pederson's Kramer Tuesday in honor of the i were Mrs - Morris Mitchell, Mrs. Karmer's new son, Todd Ber-' Albert Mitchell, Mrs. William nard. Guests were Mrs. Roger DeWall, Mrs. Henry Wilberg, Frink, Mrs. Stanley Berkland Mrs - Charles Beaver, Mrs. Hen- and Tania, Mrs. Burnett Heine ry Looft, Mrs. August Nelson, and boys, Mrs. Donald Hainzinger and Shelley, Mrs. Jerald and Mrs. Paul Zumach andXbri. March 21, will be Family Waite, Jeff and Tammy, and Ni S ht at st - Luke's Lutheran Mrs. Alvin Kramer, Alpona. I church, Fairville. The William The Henry Theesfields and Hantelmans, Fenton, will show Annette, Hammond, Wis., spent slides taken by their daughter Monday at Walter Peril's I Susan, in Eket, Nigeria. A lunch The Frank Thilges have a boy <,will be served. The program Ayill born March 8, in the hospital at begin ajt 7. ^ ../,"' 1. Estherville, 8 Ibs. 11 ozs., named Richie Bernard. The Elwin Schleis had their 25th wedding March 10. Visitors were the Edwin Jostens, Klein- me, Marold Schleis, and Ed Schleis. Their daughter, the Sam Brushes, Hampton, Va., phoned. Guests of Mrs. Norman Bollinger Saturday for Kristine's third birthday were Mrs. Roger Frink and Tara, Mrs. Richard Stucki and children, Spencer, Mrs. Larry Ramus and Denise, Lone Rock, Mrs. Stanley Berkland and Tania, Mrs. Jerald Waite and children, and Marcia and Craig Thiesen. The Bob Swartzes, Ames, iled with the J. A. Swartzes Friday and Saturday. Guests at Harvey Henriksen's for Margene's 7th birthday Friday were the girls in Margene's first grade class. Three of the girls, Margene, Linda Tieman, and Helissa Krause, were all 7 on March 4 and all attend first grade together. Five members of the Satellite Patrol of Boy Scout Troop 90 went to Ingham Lake Sunday for a cook-,out and visited the state wildlife refuge. The Frank McFalls visited Sunday with Mrs. Lester Weis- The Norman Bellingers were brod and Mrs. Olio Ohm at the Sunday guests of the Arnold hospital at Estherville. Later Hantelmans. I they visited Mrs. John Munch at Sunday guests of the Norman the Good Samaritan Home there, Bellingers were the Kenneth Bollingers, Gene Tietzes, Wayne Bellingers and Mrs. Sophia Wichtendahl. St. John's Lutheran Church Women attended a World Day of Prayer service Friday at the Trinity Lutheran church in Algona. Twenty-three men from the Methodist church attended the district men's rally Friday at Spencer. Speaker was Bishop Dodge, a native of Terril and now in his llth year as Methodist Bishop in Africa. The Fenton group was the second largest delegation at the meeting. Dorothea Circle of the Methodist church met Monday with Mrs. Arlo Ranney. Co-hostess | was Mrs. Ernest Ruske. Devo- i lions were led by Mrs. Floyd Duncan, and the lesson was given by Mrs. Ray Zwiefel. Marlys Circle of the Methodist church met Thursday al Mrs. Junior Uurlburt's. Co-hosless was Mrs. Curtis Lura. There were 16 members present, and both the devotions and the lesson were by Mrs. Clarence Os-1. Darryl and Danny Househol- AUQ9NA MR. FARMER, MINIMUM TILLAGE NOW! If you have a late model 4 row JD or IHC planter, here is a Dakpta Iron Minimum Tillag* Planter Harrow to mount on it, Only adds 28" j n length. Reduce planting time and costs; conserve moisture; control weeds; get fast termination and big yields. Algona Implement Co. Commercial St. CALL... 5-3234 FOR EXPERT AND EFFICIENT Plumbing & Heating f Fait Service a) Competitive gates * Dependable FUNK Plumbing & Heating P .1 »b t ^f ; ; South Dodge Algona gifts. Guests attended from 14 Iowa, and 4 M)nfiesota towns, arid from Dixori,' '111!, Long Island, N. Y. HONOR CLARKE MILLER The ^fasonic lodge held a reception March 15 for Clarke Miller, who farms near Titonka, He has been appointed as Junior Grand Steward of the Masonic Grand Lodge of Iowa. Members served a 6:30 dinner at the Burt Methodist church to the Grand Lodge officers and local Masons. At the Burt school auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Hoyt Woody, Reasnor, Grand Master of Masons in Iowa, and the other Grand Lodge officers were officially received, with a special tribute to Mr. Miller. The other Grand officers are Chas. Howard, Sioux City, Senior Grand Warden; Herbert Espensen, West Branch, Junior Grand Warden; Albert Wharton, Dubuque, treasurer; Ralph Whipple, Cedar Rapids, Grand Secretary; LaVern Clary, Waverly, Deputy Grand Master; Donald Wooge. Carson, Grand Chaplain; Carl Nelson, Council Bluffs, Grand Marshal; Doyle Champion, Ankeny, Senior Grand Deacon; James Troutman, Wayland. Junior Grand Deacon; L. F. Shipley, Ute, Senior Grand Steward; and Merl Beaver, .Cedar, Grand Tyler. WINS HERD AWARD Walter Campney, Burt; Virgil Lauck, Ledyard; and the LeRoy Jansens, Lakota, attended the annual meeting of towa Breed- .ers' Co-op in Des tytpines March 13. Mr. Campney is the director from District 8, and Mr. Lauck and Jansen are voting delegates from this county. A superior production award .was given Leander Menke, Swea City, as owner of the top producing Hoi- stein cow sired by an Iowa Breeders' bull in District 8. The cow s Candy, sired by Hawkeye ,Patost Roamer Mqdel |?23 Ibs. Mterfat afld Ibs. milk as a seven yeajf o Mr. Jansen received a superi • production award for a hi producing herd in District ifis herd average was 47,4 I butterfat and 13,924 Ibs.; mi To be eligible for this award't herd must be 60% sired either Iowa Breeders' or 1 West Genes bulls. THANKS YOU MADE OUR "APPRECIATION DAY" A RIC SUCCESS. PRIZE WINNERS WERE AS FOLLOWS: MEN 1st — Marvin Kollasch 500 Lbs. Feed 2nd — George Kain 300 Lbs. Feed 3rd — George Dorweiler 100 Lbs. Feed LADIES 1st —MrsL. A. Sehults 2 Dinners at Charlie's 2nd — Mrs Albert Thilgas 12" Teflon Fry Pan 3rd — Mrs Earl Angle 10" Teflon Fry Pan ' CARGILL, INC. ALGONA PUBLIC AUCTION Sale of CCC Storage Bins Unit.dT.?e, C 7i^ for Commodity Credit Corporation, a corporate agency of the luetSJi: Department of Agriculture, will offer for sale the following described storage bins at public WHITTEMORE: Bin Site, 9:00 am.. HOBARTON: Bin Site, 10:15 a.m. LONE ROCK: Bin Site, 11:45 a.m. BURT: Bin Site, 1:00 p.m. LAKOTA: Bin Site, 2:30 p.m. WESLEY: Bin Site, 9:00 a.m. SEXTON: Bin Site, 9:45 a.m. IRVINGTON: Bin Site, 11:15 a.m. LU VERNE: Bin Site, 1:00 p.m. ALGONA: Bin Site, 3:00 p.m. No. Manufacture 10 Butler 8 Butler 10 B, S & B 10 Butler 4 Sioux 11 Butler 4 Butler 5 Butler 2 Plasteel 3 Columbian 1 Butler 22 Butler 4 Martin 7 B, S & B 2 Plasteel 2 PCasteel 20 Butler Capacity 2,740 3,276 3,255 3,276 2,140 2,175 2,740 3/276 17,662 2,170 2,175 2,740 3,350 3,250 17,662 17,662 2,175 Type Foundation Steel Block Alum. Steel Steel Steel Steel Steel Steel Steel Steel Alum. Steel Steel Steel Steel Steel Steel Steel Steel Block Block Block Steel Concrete Steel Steel Steel Steel Steel Concrete Concrete Steel Block Location West of elevator West of elevator West of elevator West of elevator East of elevator East of elevator East of elevator East of elevator South of elevator South of elevator East of elevator East of elevator East of elevator East of elevator North of elevator office North of elevator North of elevator March 25 1 Butler 2,170 3 Butler 2,175 2 Great Lakes 38,200 2 Great Lakes 41,032 2 Great Lakes 41,032 6 Butler 2,175 3 Butler 2,740 3 Butler 3,276 3 Martin 3,350 4 Columbian 3,240 2 Great Lakes 40,110 13 Butler 2,740 2 Beatrice 3,250 10 Butler 3,276 1 Butler 2,175 1 Sioux 2,140 Steel Steel Steel Steel Steel Steel Steel Alum. Steel Alum. Steel Steel Alum. Steel Steel Steel Steel Steel Concrete Concrete Northeast edge of Wesley Northeast edge of Wesley South of elevator office South of elevator office Concrete 1/4 mile east of elevator Steel Steel Steel Block Steel Concrete Block Steel Steel Block Block N.E. edge of town, S. side .of road N.E. edge of town, S. side of road N.E. edge of town, S. side of road N.E. edge of town, S. side of road N.E. edge of town, S. side of road N.E. edge of town, S, side of road E, of Farmers E. of Farmers E, of Farmers E. of Farmers E, of Farmers Service Center, Inc. Service Center, Inc. Service Center, Inc. Service Center, Inc. Service Center, Inc. INSPECTION: The grain bins may bo inspected March 23, 1965, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. PURCHASER'S CERTIFICATION: Each purchaser of a bin will be required to execute a certificate that the bin will be uttd in connection with the handling or storage of agricultural commodities, TERMS: Cash on day of tale for all Mies of $100 or less, A deposit of $100 will be required on each bin, On *ll sales •wlh»f •mount, th * •»!•"«• '• l» &• *•'«* m cash within ten (10) days of date of *•!•, or the balance may be fj- nanced under the Firm Storage Facility Loin Program, providing the prospective purchaser m ettf eligibility re* quiremonts undjer the program. Information regarding eligibility under the Farm Storage Facility Loan Program may b« obtained from the hf'ifV 111 ? •$«•' Pwtdlirt purchaser! should estab- lith their eligibility at the coynty office prior to the *•)«. REMOVAL OF PROPERTY: Bint mwft be rimevtd from the bin site within thirty d«yt from the daft of the fife unlett othtrwiit agreed to by the Gtynty CofftmittM, Concrete floors, or wnd and gravel fill on which ttructurtt may b* tested, are not being offered for tile With the strvcture. Additional information conctrn- ing this sale may be obtained by contacting QUINN A YUNGfBiRG, AuctionMrt Curtis P Haahr If the County Committee agrees to permit bins or structures to remain on the site, the purchaser will be required to make payment as follows for the concrete floors or sand and gravel fill: Concrete foundations and floor hardwire for all 40x100 storage buildings; $2,000.00. Concrete floors for 20x100 storage structures: $400,00. Sand «nd gravel fill for round metal bins; $90.00. TITLE AND RISK OF WSS; * WW ' Title to the grain bins shall vest in the purchaser when payment it made, After patttge of title, ritk of lots or destruction from any cause whatsoever shall be borne by the purchasf r, BIPS: Commodity Credit Corporation rttervtt the right to reject any or all offers. TAX: Purchasfrs of bini must mike payment of thf State Use T§* to tht $tite Ti* Commission, Division of Retail Sites and y.e Ti* Stite Office Suilding, DM grin*, iowV NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS. Bin Movers Indicate Tbty Will b Prewif, Qfficff Manager County ASCS Office Phone 395-357 0/ AJgoit* County ASCS Office Pertonne^ AjffJii, Clerk

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