Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 8, 1965 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 8, 1965
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(Iowa) ADVANCE TNURSSAYAPRIL 8, 1965 I v Wll by lowans is new Advance feature Something new has been added to your Advance and will be found on the editorial page- Wit 6y towans— compiled by Johtt M. Henry, of DCS Moines. Mr. Henry is editor of the "I Saw It In The Paper". Tires stolen at local plant A theft sometime over I he weekend was reported at the Bituminous Materials & Supply Co. plant in Algona to the Algona police department. Apparently, from information pieced together from the police department and sheriffs office, two truck tires complete with wheels were missing Tuesday but the theft was probably over the weekend. Roy Sands, an employee, reported a broken windoVSunday .afternoon but fit first thought it had been damaged by a bee- bee gun. When it was found that the scales were broken, other things were checked and the tires were found to be missing. The plant is located northeast of the Milwaukee depot. LOCALS Don Deal attended a directors meeting of the Iowa Water Conditioning Assn. .in DCS Moines Monday. Dr and Mrs Harold Erickson were recently visited by the lat- tor's brother and sister-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. 0. D. Anderson and family, of Mankalo, Minn. Mrs. Ray Langfitt is a patient at St. Ann hospital witli blood poisoning. She was hospitalized in Cedar Hapids for the same infection in March. FARM SALE The following property will be sold on the premises located % mile east of Hunlington, Iowa, and VK mile south, on WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14 -12:30 p.m. The ladies of the Hunlinglon Methodist Church will servo, lunch. POWER MACHINERY — 1962 John Deere 3010 gas tractor, 3 point hitch: 1955 Case 400 pas tractor. 3 point hitch; 1962 Chevrolet %-tdn pickup. 4-specd transmission. 3-cyl., overload springs; 1962 No 227 ,lohn Doere Dicker. Multilubo, 3010 mountings; 1963 John Deere semi-mount 145 F plow, 4-14; 1964 John Deere 4-row rotary hoe; 1959 No. 494 John Deere corn planter, insecticide boxes, cover knives, rubber uack wheels; 1950 John Deere ft manure swador 95-bu.: 19R8 John Deere No. 9 mower, 3 point, hookuo for Ford tractor; 1956 John Deere wheel tandem disk. 13-ft. 4-in.: 1.961 Twin-Draulic soraver, trailer tvoe; Case field cultivator: Cn«o snl^o'ler. 3 noint hitch; 1964 Winter stnb- ble'cleaner'. 4 bottom: Mr-DeoHna 3-bottom. 16-inch plow: Mc- DeerinE endPale cn ^der: 4-row John Deere cultivator, model 40; Case rot»rv lion: Minncanolis-Moline windrower; Case side rake. FARM FQUIPMFNT — D.-iv'd Bradley wagon, on rubber, An- thonv flare hov; n.ovid Rmrllev «-m?on. on rybhpr: Case wa&on on rubber, hoist. 6-H. x 10-ft. Anthonv box: 800-sal. water tank; rear w'it>H weights for Cose- front weights for 3010 John Deere: set of tractor chains: New Century heater. 140,000 B.T.U.; Knip- co heat«r: new nir conv»rp.R«:nr: new M>-in. electric drill, reversible: Vt-in. electric drill: bench, grinder, motor, wire brush w Viooi- tnrO<! plpHpp mpfnr ""th numn; two electric motors with fan blades; block and tackle: three hand post hole diggers; fence hnjc o< :- elppl no^t?: rem°nt blocks: woven wire: gas barrel; fuel oil barrel: two heathoupers: Montgomery Ward oil heating stove; 20-ft. ladder; electric bathroom heater; 15-in. tires, 14-in. tires. 1*3 HOr*s — 135 HamolYork Cross and Hamn feeder pies: 11 Poland China gilts, farrowing now, bred to York boar; Eight York-Hamo sows. Eieht Hamo sows. York boar turned in Feb. 20. 6 came bark, bred 3 weeks later: York boar. HOG EQUIPMENT — 6-oen hoc house. 14 x 18: 3-oen hog house; 1-pen hog house; Brooder house. 12 x 16-ft.; Two hop shelters: 12 v 20-ft.. l?-ft. 10-in..x 19-ft; Two walk-in hoe feeders. 10 x 10-ft.: Three Idpal rou.'irl hoc feeders. 45-bu.: Jumbo round hog. feeder. 50-bn.; Pridc-of-the-Fnrm hoff feeder,. 60-bu.; Sioux feed- , er. rpctan Pillar, l.irfo- Sioux hop feeder, rectanffiilar. small; Two small round hog feeders; Two Ideal hog waterers; Pride-of-the- Farm hog waterer: Sionv 2-hole wat^r tank: 4-door water tank; Five farrowing stalls: Throe steel hoe trough*: Wooden hog trough: Cement hop- Iron eh* : Heat lamps; 1500 amp. elcttric water heater: Oil and grease. Some Hay and Straw. Usual auction form-:. Not responsible for accidents. VERNON TOPP. Owner Burns, Clark & Clark, Auctioneers Iowa Trust & Savinos Bank, Estherville, CI«rU Bffl6BB«ll$m«WWli:il8' r Bil*!in'!l.!iim':l!ll1i!l;llll^ t- Car burned near Seneca THIS 1959 BUICK, owned by Eugene Larson, Seneca, was almost totally burned in a mysterious fire just south of Seneca off the blacktop last Thursday night. The machine, shown in the above picture by Sheriff Lind- Horst, was gutted. The fire was so hot it melted the door and the" back license plate was Melted also. Lindhorst is continuing the investigation. SOCIETY MR. AND MRS. Robert Trenary, Corwith, announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Donna Jean, to Tim L. Vipond, son of the Thomas Vi- ponds, Algona. The wedding will be April 24 in St. Mary's Catholic church at Corwith. and children Mark, Mike, Lindsay and Tracy, in observance of the birthdays of the iittle boys, 6, 5 and 3 respectively;'whose anniversaries 1 are in March. The little daughter Tracy is 1, but not a March child. Cake and ice cream were served. • DINNER DATED A swiss steak dinner will be served to the public Sunday, April 11, between.4 and 7:30 p.m. at St. Cecelia's academy. This is an annual Spring affair sponsored by the Catholic Action Guild. ; BIRTHDAY DINNER Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pool had Mrs J. P. Smith and Mrs Esther Barton as dinner guests Sunday evening. It was an observance of the birthdays of both guests. PUBLIC AUCTION Due to the death of Herbert Bremer we will sell all his personal property and the farm at public auction located 3 miles west of Fairmont on Highway 16, then 2% miles south, the farm with the large Evergreen grove. On— MONDAY, APRIL 12 Ditsworth Lunch on Grounds Salp Starts at 12:30 TRACTORS — Me. model Super M with battery under the seat. Tractor like new. wheel weiehts; Massey Harris model 22 with wheel weiehts .ind 2-row cultivator. »;JOHN DEERE POWER MACHINERY — J. D. 4-row planter late *model 490 with round tongue; J. D. 4-row Rotary Hoe, like new; J. D. 10 ft. windrower, like new; J. D. 11% ft, model C. C. — 147 field cultivator: J. D model 44 2-bottom 16" tractor plow trust beam with Yetter Colters; J. D, rubber tired 4-wheel soreader; J. D. 15-ft tractor disc, J D. 4-bar side delivery rake; J. D. No. 5 - 7 ft. tractor mower. , OTHER POWER MACHINERY — New Idea stalk cutter; Case 3 bottom 14" tractor plow: Me D. 15-ft. Cultipacfcer, 40 ft. Viking wide tvpe undersluns prain elevator: Me D. Cultivator. OTHFR MACHINERY & MISC. ITEMS — Rubber tired wagon; Hay Rack; 4-section flexible harrow; Me 5-ft. mower; Potato Planter; Potato Dicker. Eloc. wheel waeon with 15'' rubber and flare box: Wooden wheel waeon with trinle box and Me, end- pate seeder: 2 sinele row cultivators: Winter stubble turner; Bob Sled: Corn binder: Steel saw frame with blade; Platform Scale: 300 sal. gap barrel on steel stand: Many steel posts, wood posts, barbed wire; Good heavv dutv leg vice: Oil and Oil Pump, preaser: socket sets, Post drill; Fanning mill: Complete line of shop tools; Harnesses, soread reins; 1-hole corn shelter; L. M. F. 4-can milk cooler: 12 — 10-eal. milk cans; Cream seoaator: 4 Spitz docs: lanterns; Pump Jack with motor. BUILDINGS — Good 12 x 16 building; 6x8 building; 14 x 16 building. , CAR — 1959 Plymouth Savov 4-door car. TRUCK — Like new iflRQ G At. C. 1-T pickup, 4-speed trans., snare tire, grain box. 24,149 miles. STRAW — About ROD bales. HOUSFHOLD GOODS — Mavtae square tub washer, double tubs: Coleman Parlor Furnace: 2 round tables, manv chairs. dining room table with buffet, chairs: Occasional rocking chair; Pavennort and chair 9 \ 12 wool rug with pad: Bedroom sets, dressers. 2 chests of drawer?. b**d snring and chest of drawers; Brass lv>d: Sewinp Machine: Fruit iars etc. ANTIQUES — Old telephone- Antique Stand; Phonoeraoh with records: 2 antio'ie comb bookcase and desk, extra good; Sleigh Bolls: Antiaue picture frames Crocks, etc. FARM — 160 A more or IPSS l.enal description to be given sala Hav: 26 x QO R*rn w'Ui now roof all cement floor; 30 x 30 5-bedroom homo; 32 x 14 Clav block chicken house: 12 x 40 cement stfve silo with Cement roof: Corn crib with 11-ft. allev. g-ft wide 59 ft lonff- Com ciih P v ?0: 30 x 40 prainery and mpfhin» sh»d; 12 X 16 tool house; 9-rar oarape 9, wells. BIRTHDAY CLUB MEETS Mrs Nellie Van Allen entertained her birthday club last week Thursday evening, at Van's. The anniversary of "Mrs Henry Johannsen was observed; OFFICERS ELECTED The Xi-Xi chapter met with Mrs Willard Zeigler Tuesday evening. There was an election of officers. To speak at Lakota April 14 April, 19$5, wo? admitted fo probate ifi tnft above homed court and thaf the undersigned was appointed executor of said, estate. ... Notice Is given that all person* IrWebfetf IS Said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undesigned, and creditors having, claims against said estate sholl file triem wlfh the cle'fk of tnS obeye namSd district court, as provided by la*, duly authenticated, for alfowartte; arid unless. So filed within six months frorft the se'cond publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim sholl thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 5th dny of April, 1965. Clara McClelldn Executor of said Estate LuVerne, Iowa Address Llhnan, Lynch & Straub Attorney for said Executor Algona, Iowa Address ' ' bate of second publication 15th day of April, 1965. Published in the Algono Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, April 8 ond 15, 1965. f6 ALL PtR$6NS INfERESftD IN fHEl6wonce; .and unless so filed within, six IN THt DIStftfCt COURT Ot THE STATE OF IOWA. , IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY IM THE MATTER Of THE ESTATE OF STEPHEN P. POWERS, Deceased. PROBATE NO. 8677 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE tO CREDITORS Custom or Redi-bilt homes A&OVE ENTITLED ESTATE: .'You are hereby 1 . hbflffed thdf ;6rf the 29th day of Morcri. 196S/ trie fosf *ll( and festornent of the above named decedent, bearing date thd 26th day of February, 1941, ond XOdicil . attached thereto ddfed February 28; 1 943 was • ad* miffed to plrobate In the above homed court arvd that the, urtdefslgfilsd was appointed executor of said esfste. Notice Is divert fh«f oil pefJofis Irtdebf- fid to sold estate! dfe fe^Uesfed to rtiak« Irrirfiediate payrnfint to. th« Uffdelrstgtfed; affd creditors havlftd claims aSoihsf ,idld estafe shall file them with the clef ft 6f the above named district court, as pfovld-f fof , ed by la*, duly authenticated, al- lowante, ana unless su ineu YYHHM&J =iv\ months from the second publicaflprl 6f this.. notice (uhless otherwise*, ollowWt or paidfj Svftrt cidim Shall thereafter be Wfe' eW baTfed. . Dated this 29th day of March, Margaret Powers ;• Executor, of Said Esfaff LiRo'fa, fowa Address Llrthdh, Lynch 4 Sffaub Aff&rfiey ,fof Sdid Executof Arjjoha, Iowa • . : Address, Ddte of secbrid publlcaflorf' - 8th ddy, of April, 1965. . . ,' . PubllsHed in ffM Aldbffo Kosttith County- Adfvortc*; Aldbhd, Idfcu, April 1 and 8,. 1965. THE GREEN GIANT OF FORAGE CROP? .I! CARD CLUB MEETS ' The "Eight Specks" 500 club is meeting Wednesday evening with Mrs Mabel Lane. *; MR. AND M.RS. Andrew Mosley of Moravia, Io\ya, announce the engagement of : their daughter, Janice Catherine, to Oliver A. Sigler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Blumer, Algona. Miss Mosleyi a graduate of Moravia Community School and the American Institute of Business, is employed by the Farm Bureau Insurance Services, Des Moines. Mr, Sigler graduated from Drake University with a B. S. degree. He is also employed by the Farm Bureau Insurance Services. A June 19 wedding is planned. BIRTHDAYS OBSERVED Mrs Ralph Moe had as evening guests a week ago Wednesday her son Richard and wife Ter»»»« Mn * r»*rv>B*iM-> tn r accidents HFRRERT J. RDENIVI PTATI BRDGE CLUB HOSTESS i Mrs Alex Dermand is entertaining her bridge club Wednesday afternoon.' Reception given for Bancroft newlyweds Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Kennedy were honored at a wedding reception Sunday, April 4th at the Legion club rooms in Bancroft, with 100 guests in attendance. . Mrs, Kennedy is the former Kathryn McPheanon, Novia Scotia. Dennis is the son of the Ed Kennedys, Bancroft, -, \ The Ed Kennedys were hosts," Nancy Kennedy had the guest book; Mrs. James Kennedy had charge of the gifts. Mrs, Michael Kennedy served punch and Mrs/ Albert Kahler cut the cake. Mrs: Tony Kahler poured coffee. The cake was baked by Mrs Leo Crowley, Seneca. Friends and relatives came from Estherville, Fairmont, West Bend, Algona, Fenton, Armstrong, Seneca, and Bancroft. The Kennedys were married March 13 in California where he was with the air force for six months. They are at home at Kincheloe, Michigan, at the air force base, box 1267. Homes Redi-Bilt Moved To Your Location — Move in within one week ,' i . • Reasonably Priced • Low Terms Dial 295-5369 Free Planning Service Call or .write for information — BRONSON Balding Service "HOME OF REDI-BILT HOMES" 5-5369 North of Chrome Algona, Iowa , SORGHUM'SUDANGRASS HYBRID T 72 • FAST tA&L'Y-GRbVl/TH N(rf«srS*"«i *&ks after planting * AMA*fM6 ' REGROWTH can grow as much as 2 Inches per day • BIG TONNAGE 2 to 3,' ' ions per acre on first cuttings • DROUGHT TOLERANT • stands up under, dry weather where other forages fail .'• PENCIL.THIN STEMS palatable, ext'» leafy foliage, a real livestock favoritel • MULTI-PURPOSE'CROP use for •; green chop, haylage, pasture or hay • ' .•• • • • • (Sughage, Toweles and Badger are brand names. T-72 Is a variety designation.) teweles badger RARPVI SEEDS SUPPLY IS SNORT ! STILL HOLDING 1964 PRICES ! ; Algona Flour & Feed "Taylor's Prescription-Made Fertilizer" South Phillips Algeria Joseph E. Fisher, director 01 professional relations and salar consultant for the state educa tion association,' will speak a the Kossuth education associa tion at Lakota April 14, at 6:31 p.m. Before joining the ISEA staff as field representative in 1959, he. served as an elernen tary principal and teacher in Cedkr Rapids, and was presiden of the association there t years. Lorimer Bjorklund, presi dent of Kossuth association Swea City, is in charge. LOCALS Mrs Harold Erickson is entertaining her bridge club Wednesday evening. Celia Deal went to Des Moines to attend the vocal recital of Kim. He will give two performances, one afternoon and the other, in the evening, In lieu of a thesis these are given toward his master's degree. Mrs. John Bahr has returned to Algona from California where she has; been for seven months. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Burns, 105 South Colby, returned from Des Moines Wednesday where they attended a Career Conference of the Central Life Assurance Company. — M«-~>.n Fonrl'h. (Adm.) * flarfe. A"r»fon«er« WUrtin Co. N«t'l. Bank of Fairmont Cl-rk COMPLETE Household Goods Sale VFW HAUL, BURT, IOWA SATURDAY, APRIL 10 10 A.M. Frigidaire electric ftoye; Frigidair* refrigerator; Chrome table & 4 chairs; dining room table ft 5 chairs; 3 piece bedroom suite; tingle bed; roll-away bed; R. C, A. television; hide-a-bed, nearly new; writing desk and chair; platform rocker; ftoor lamp; T. V- l«mp; table lamp; Wfftinghouse Sew-Mor sewing machine; corner end table; mirrored whatnot shelf; C. E. vacyym sweeper; 8 pc. setting Community Plate Silver; 9 pc. letting Qneida $tainle« Steel Silver; iteam and dry iron; electric toaster; K. M. electric mi*er; chest of drawers • 5 drawer*; Zenith table radio; 1 electric clocks; Maytag washing machine & tyb; clothe* hamper; clothes rack; ket$; pole lamp; foot stool; pictures, miscellaneous items. CLARA MARLOW CARROL (Shorty) Frajer, Auctioneer NOTICi Nolle* of Annual Meeting of Members •f the Alfona Cemetery Association, Alien«. Iowa. Annual • meetir Association will of members of the held Monday, April 12, 1965, at 4:00 p.m., at the City Hall, " ' "-- x 'ng to be held in _ _y-laws and for elec- Hon of directors whose term expire, reading of reports and for transaction of Dther business that may properly come aefore the meeting. Wm. Runchey, President Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, April 8, 1965. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN ANO FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF CLARA B. PHILLIPS, Deceased. PROGATE NO. 8676 NOTICE OF PROiATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, ANP NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: You are hereby notified that on the 29th day of March, 1965, the last will qnd testament of the above named decedent, bearing date the 28th day of March, 1961, was admitted to probate In the above named court and that the undersigned was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undesigned, and creditors having claims against said estate 5hc|ll f'le them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance; and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 5th day of April. 1965. Catherine T. Phillips Executor of said Estate Algona, Iowa Address Buchanan .* McClure Attorney for said Executor Algona, Iowa Address Date of second publication 15th day of April/ 1965. Published in .the Algono Kossuth ounty Advance, Algona, Iowa, 8 and 15, 1965 IN THE DISTRICT COUIT .9* .JW-JTjTJL OF IOWA CLINTON O. McCLELLAN, Deceased. PROBATE NO. 8675 TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN TKE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: You sire he/eby noticed that on th« 5th dpy of April, 1965, the last Will • ament of the above named de- bearing date the 20th day of Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. All A«ount« Fully ln»ur*d to $10,000 Save From The Tenth T- Earn From The Firs| per »nnum SINCE )91? - ALGONA, IOWA

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