Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 25, 1965 · Page 17
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 25, 1965
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Snow strands many people at Swea City Swe* City — The snow storm marooned several travelers in the Swea City area. Thursday the state crew reported 7 cars and trucks stuck in a snow drift at the state shed at fterled. The crew reoorted a drift on hiph- way 9 seven feet high and 100 feet long. Twelve men were marooned at the state shed with the state crew which remained at the shed to be able to go out when the winds died or.in case of an emergency. Included at the srmd were F,u- gene Agedt. Burt. Everette Mv- er, Emmetsbure. driving a truck for Pioneer Corn Co., others were from Jackson. Minn., Sioux Falls, S. D. ( Clear Lake, and Des THOMAS FUNERAL GHAPEL FENTON Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors RELIABLE 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone 23 — FENTON RiNGSTED PHONES: 21C07 — 21006 — 60406 Moines. fhfee teachers ehroute to homes at Harvey and Jamestown, N. D. were stranded overnight in their car three miles east of Swea City, tn the morning they found they were only a short distance from the Harold Ktantt, farm where they remained until roads were cleared. An Armstrong mother and children took refuge at a farm west of Swea City after her car went in the ditch. It was reported that a group of motorists were stranded at her home about five miles further west. Several others were stalled at various places along the highway and forced to spend several nights. Mrs. Wm. Beck, cafe owner. reported several truck drivers spent the night at various homes in town. HAVE GOLDEN WEDDING The Ole Johansens. long-time Swea City resident, were given an open house for their 50th wedding. Children were snon- sors, Mrs. Arthur Glaus. Portland, Ore., and Everett. Swea City, Mabel Boyer and Ole Johansen were married March 7. 1915, at Estherville. Thev went from Swea Citv to Armstrong by sled where thev boarded a train for Estherville. On the return home the snow had melted and the sled was nulled through mud. Mrs. Jerry Wagner, granddaughter, announced the program. Mrs. Bettv Hammond of Fairmont served punch; Mrs. Henry Kosloske. Fairmont, ooured coffee. Mrs. Verne Johnson and Mrs. Harold Peterson' served 'cake, and Mrs. Claude Johnson was dining room hostess. . DATE OPEN HOUSE The Martin Tokheims will be given an'open house from 2 to 5-p.m. March 28 at Immanuel Lutheran Social hall in Swea City for their 40th wedding. Children are sponsoring the observance. They request no gifts. FUNK'S G > For maximum yields • For highest quality • For minimum Ear droppage • Plant Funk's G Hybrids See your local dealer Kenneth Strayer, Algona • 0. A. Bjustrom, Burt • Vincent Eisenbacher, Wesley • Douglas Mechler, Titorilca • Magnus Rahm, RFD, Algona • Victor Faulstick, LuVerne • Don Wagner, Bode IMPROVEMENTS IN PRE-SHOAT-16 Improved: 52 Ibs, more pork per (en then previous formula, • Improved; new combination ef potent dlieaie-figMin« additives. • Continuous improvements from Nutrene Research in nu< trient glance, payability and performance, Preview Formula Naw Formula New Formula Daily gain, Ibs. 1.12 1.13 6% more Feed per head daily, Ins. 2.5 25 same Feed per Ib. gain, Ibs. 2.20 2.08 5% less Feed cost per Ib. gain, c 1.43 1.05 4.6% lets Cain per tin pf ratipn, Ibs, • 109 Ml M%Niri Chart above shows how this Improved Pre-Shoat-16 performed against (he previous formula at Mtrena's Research farm. Nutrena Pre-Shoat-16 is a complete, pelleted ration for the "stretch out" period for pigs from 54 to 74 days of age. Nutition, add,Hiv0 projection and palatability are specially tailored to the needs of pigs during this period. See us for new free Farm Bulletin Nutrena Pr«-$iioat1t CargilUnc, Phone 5-2471 Federal NortMowa Grain Co, Algona Sexton Friends and relatives are Invited. Corwith Mcs. Harry L, Maw Mrs. Luther Kinne had as guests for Scott's 6th birthday Saturday Tracv Gout-ley, Kenneth Monre. Steven Rummens, hris Schtilz, Wade Shioman. Jackie Shioman. "Sunday for Dafawn's 9th birthday guests! were the Alfred Schadendorfs. Ttinior Hurlbiirts. Lone Rock, Mrs. Frauke Rchnrlendorf. La- <ota. the Harold Harms. Titon«. Richard Mittags, Jefferson, and Henrv Kinne. The Philip Puffers were Sunday guests at Jerry Puffer's, Algona. David Trask and Roinie Ronn- stetter were guests Sunday of Joel at Phil Puffer's. The Pan 1 v an Heltons visited Sunday with his parents, the John A. Van Heltons, Pleasantville. The Robert Skelleys visited iunday with the Leo Garmans, Algona. The Albert Johnsons were Mason City callers Mondav. Marvin Johnson. Farnhamville, visited Saturday with his parents, the Albert Johnsons. The John Oxleys were Sunday guests at Gaylen Johnson's, Kanawha. Albert Johnson attended a Tri County meeting Saturday at Whittemore. The Ralph Bierstedts, I one Rock, were Sunday guests at John Mullin's. Mrs. William Shipman was a caller. Mrs. Evan Wilhite is a patient at the hospital at Britt for treatment of burns on her leg. Rex Puffer, Britt, visited Saturday at Phil Puffer's. The Elwood Gearys visited Sunday with his parents, the Wallie Gearys, Fonda. George Gray snent the week in Des Moines with his children. Vicky Ezarski, Mason City, spent Thursday and Friday with her parents, the Joe Ezarskis. Marty Theulen, Adams, Minn., spent Saturday with her aunt and uncle the George Guenthers. Marty's parents, the Bernard Theulens, were Saturday callers. The Carrol Crams returned after being since January at Lake Worth, Fla. The Joe Ezarskis visited with Mrs. Art Hench and Mrs. . Patronia Ezarski Sunday at Titonka. Word was received of the death of Roy Smith in Florida. Burial is to be at Lansing, Mich. The Charles Riggles, Lester Hashes and Mrs. LuVerne Bosworth left to attend the funeral. The Lew Helms, Mason City, visited Tuesday at Clarence Jurgensen's. The Clarence Jurgensens visited Mrs. Clara Wolfe Sunday. The Dennis Glavves visited Sunday at Robert Imlay's, Mason City. The George Glawes and John Puffers attended the boat show in Clear Lake Sunday. The William Erdmans were Tuesday guests of her sister, the James Murrarys, Ames. The Kenneth Wagners visited Sunday at Wilbur Merriam's. The Frank Webers and Wilbur Merriams visited Thursday at Dick Gourley's. The Robert Krafts, Renwick, Lou Hoovers, Burt, and Jim Sil- cotts, Des Moines, visited Saturday at Dale Yeoman's. Ben Nesbit, who has been a patient at the Belmpnd hospital, died Monday morning. Funeral services were held Tuesday morning at Kanawha and the body was taken to Illinois for btifial. A son was born March 9 to the Walter Claudes, Garner, at the Belmond hospital. A son was born March 8 to the Ray Pennings at the hospital at Britt. The Charles Hamrrts were Sunday guests of their daughter, the Art Krafts, Renwick. The Gail Slacks, Des Moines, spent the weekend with the Harry Maws. The Paul Wills, Jean Fleming, Des Moines. and Wayne Flemings, Mason City, spent Sunday with the Harry Flemings. The Ray Greens, Fort Dodge, spent Sunday with her parents, the Charles Mortimors. Darrell Erdman, Omaha, and Wayne Cleggs, Eaton Rapids, Mich., visited Friday at C. B. Robinson's. Birthday club met Monday with Mrs. C. B. Robinson for Mrs. Harry Maw's and her birthday. The Eldon Reddels, Ricevillc, Harold Browns, and Mrs. Viola Brown were Sunday guests at Warren Lenz's. The Grace Baptist church had a farewell party Monday at the church for the Harold Browns, who are moving to Industry. Mrs. Evan Gilchrist, Walnut, 111., and Ray Boozel, Earlville, 111., visited Friday at Charles Hamm's. The Harold Browns moved Wednesday to Industry, whero he will manage a elevator. Danny will stay and finish school. Mrs. Viola Brown has purchased the Harold Brown home and will move this week. Mrs. Gail Skelley, Mrs. Charles Riggle, Mrs. Harold Brown. Mrs. Harry Maw and Mrs. Ray Perkin attended the Iowa School Service Assn. at Britt Tuesday. Mrs. Harry Packard presided. Gail Skelley, Corwith, has cooked on the hot lunch program the longest for 24 years at the Corwith school, and was asked to talk on some improvements that have been made. Mrs. Emma Peterson, Britt, has been on the hot lunch program for 15 years and she also gave a short talk. Mrs. Packard presented both with gifts. The door prize was won by Mrs. Harold Brown, : Corwith. i The Clayton Smiths moved to | a farm near Des Moines, and the Fred Marks family, Springfield, 111., moved to the farm vacated by the Smiths. The Harley Aldricks, St. Paul, Minn., spent the weekend with the Art Tabbs. Sunday guests were the Dallas Elwoods. The Gary Williams, Cedar Rapids, visited Thursday and Friday at Lee William's. Geri and Roger returned home with them. The R. C. Welters were Sunday guests of the Tom Welters. Sunday the R. C. Welters. Mrs. Tom Welter and Cheryl, and the Robert DeGrootes attended the confirmation of Jeffrey Welter at Mason City. Dennis DeGroote was sponsor. Mrs. Tom Welter and Mrs, Minnie Jackson attended the funeral of Robert Day in West Bend Monday. The Fred E. Marks visited Saturday at Albert Fish's. Mrs. Albert Fish and Ronnie and Mrs, John Heleseth attended the girls basketball tournament in Des Moines. Mrs. F. F. Fett and Mrs. Darrell Fett, LuVerne, visited Thursday at Albert Fish's. David Coleman, Livermore, spent the weekend with the Albert Fishes. The Vernon Egglestons, Lu- Verne, visited Sunday at Albert Fish's. Mrs. Ethel Beer was a Sunday guest at Lafe Oxley's Sr. The Irwin Ericksens, Thompson, visited Sunday at Mrs. Ethel Beer's. The Elmer Livingstons spent the weekend with her parents, the Vernon Lanzes, Redding. Sam Nail, Grand Forks, N. D., spent the weekend here and his wife and daughter Shelly returned with him. The Charles Browns, Mason City, visited Sunday at Harold Brown's. The Russell Rodgers moved over the weekend to Lone Rock. The Arthur Livingstons returned after several weeks at Lake Worth. Fla. Mary Will. Des Moines, spent the weekend with her parents, the Fred Wills. William Wood returned after ten days with his daughter and family, the Ray Greens, Iowa City. The Jim Zweifels visited Sunday with her sister, Mrs. George Thompson, at Ledyard. The Melvin Perkins. Bloomington, 111. visited his brothers, Bob and Ray, recently. Irving ton By Mae McLean Guests at Herman Becker's March 14 were Jean Becker and Richard Farrell, both of Sioux City; the Gary Ludwigs and Mrs. John Ludwig. Jean and Richard were spending the weekend with the Beckers and with his parents, the Vernes Farrells, Emmetsburg. They plan to be married May 1. David, 6, son of the LeRoy Christiansens is able to go without crutches for the first time since he was injured in January. He was sliding and his sled struck a log and a bone in one foot was broken. Visitors at Durwood Walker's March 14 were the Lewis Broes- ders, Lone Rock. Mrs. Broesder and Durwood are sister and brother. Fun and Do Club met March 10 at Bernice Mayer's. Most members were present with Mrs. Dennis Lickteig and Mrs. Harold Thill guests. At 500 prizes went to Stella Eischen. Wilma Arndorfer, and Mrs. Lickteig. The next meeting will be with Deloris Kramer. No dat.o has yet been set for the Anril meeting because of Holy week but the date will be announced later. Mrs. Wm. Mavnr and her sister Mrs. Clare Wingert, Wesloy. Mrs. Mary Lallier and son Marvin, Algona, went to Kimball. Minn.. March 9 for the funeral of Mrs. Adam Hommerding March 10. The Kenneth Ronevs went to Des Moines March 12 to visit Merle Wellcndorf at Veteran's hospital, and found him much improved. They were accompanied by Mrs. Gerald Coleman to Ogden, where she spent the day ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—.$ with her mother, Mrs. Henry Stevens. Joe McConnell, Ilipon, Wis., and his mother Mrs. Emma McConnell, Waukau, Wis., came last Thursday to visit the Ray Metzens and other relatives here. They returned to Wisconsin Monday. Whittemore Mrs. Marion Hyink Guests March 16 for Wm. Mey- THURSDAY, MARCH 25, er's Sr. 86th birthday were Mfs. Herman Behnke, Fairmont, tnfe Henry Laucks, Sr., West Bend, and Wm. Meyers II. Visitors were the Albert Meyers, and Mrs. Edwin Lieb, Lotts Creek, and the Herman Voigts, Leonard Meyers, Algona, and Edwin Meyers. Mrs. Josephine Shellmyer and Richard and the Ralph Nichols attended the funeral of Bob Day in West Bond Monday. The Ewald Voigts" Algona, visited Saturday at Archie Voigt's. CALL... 5-3234 FOR EXPERT AND EFFICIENT Plumbing & Heating Fast Service •Competitive Rates Dependable JJ FUNK Plumbing & Heating I I South Dodge Algona "A SPECIAL" for INCOME TAX due April 15! We have MONEY to loan you — $20 — $50 — $100 — or any amount up to $5000. • INCOME TAX 9 REAL ESTATE TAX • PERSONAL TAXIS • ANY PURPOSE Made at LOW • LOW • TERMS Phone or Visit the money headquarters. 112 N.Moore AMERICAN ACCEPTANCE C Q8P. Phone 295-3507 H. E. "PAT" HUNDERTMARK FARM LOCATION — From 169 & 18 north of Algona, 2 west, 8 south, 214 west; from Jiggs Kollasch station, 4 west, 1 north, Vi west; from Bode, 6 north, I'/i west; from West Bend, 6% east. MONDAY, March 29 SALE BEGINS AT 1 P.M. 19 Choice Herefords 6 Yearling Heifers, bred to Whiteface bull 4 Cows 7 Calves Cows and 1 Cow with Calf by side tested and 1 Yearling Steer ed. Heifers Bangs pregnancy test- FARM MACHINERY FORD EQUIPMENT 1—1951 8N Ford, overhauled last fall, A-l shape. Bumper, and machinery hoist. -Ford Plow, 2-14' away lathes. throw 1—15 ft. Ford Disc. 1—7 ft. Ford Mower. John Deere Heavy Duty Hoe, two- section with three point hitch. 1951 SC Case, overhauled, good tires, heat houser. 4-row Case Cultivator. A-6 Case Combine. Case Tractor Spreader. John Deere Horse Drawn Spreader 52 Ft. David Bradley Elevator. Speed Jack on wheels with 3 hp. elec. motor wired for 220, Stanhoist Platform Hoist, John Deere 10" Hammermill. 490 John Deere Corn Planter. 14 Ft. Spring Tooth. 24 Ft. John Deere Drag. 14 Ft. John Deere Disc. • Century Sprayer, 6-row, trailer type and boom, 3 yrs. old. 9 Corn Picker, Oliver two-row pull type. Side Rake, New Idea. Case 2-16" Plow, Continental Stock Cutter. Road Grader & Fresno. Clipper Fanning Mill. John Deere Endgate Seeder. New Holland Running Gear with steel flare box. 9 Wood Wheel Running Gear with wood flare box. • Steel Wheel Running Gear and Flat Bed. • John Deere Walking Plow. 9 Van Ruden PTO Chain Saw — complete. 9 Potato Plow. 9 Oil Barrels and Cans and some 10-20-30 wt. Oil. 9 6-Volt Battery, new. "9 Grinder, Post Drill. 9 Crock Jars — 1-30, 1-20, 1-12, 5's, two 3's & two 2's and two 1's. 9 Numerous Hog Feeders, Chicken Waterers and Chicken Feeders. 9 Shop Tools and other articles too numerous to mention. 9 DODGE PICKUP, 1942. 9 Steel Water Tank and 2 Cob Burning Heaters, 9 14 Ft. Elevator. 9 2 Rolls of Cribbing. ! TENANT HOUSE ft BUILDINGS 9—12x14 and 10x12 and 14x16 Hog Houses 9 L shaped tenant house 12x14 and 10x18 plus two small sheds. HAY - ALL IN BARN • 190 Bales Second Cutting Alfalfa • 300 Bales First Cutting Alfalfa • 100 Bales Wild Hay 9 TERMS — CASH. No property removed until settled -for. 9 Not responsible for accidents. H. t. "PAT" W m W ww Ml mm 9 QALE YUNGEBERG, Auctioneer 9 IOWA STATE BANK, Algona, Clerk M

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