Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 8, 1965 · Page 19
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 8, 1965
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49 to start C-W school kindergarten Wttky — Forty-Mine kinder- gaftettets registered for the 19654966 school year Saturday for the CofWith-Wesley school. At the CofWith building registering were Jeffrey Berte, Paul DeVine, Mark DeWaard, Jeffrey Everett, Lori Fjetland, Joni Fett, DeeAnn Fredin, Ronald Green, Pamela Gunther, Janis Hankins, Patricia Helleseth, Kevin Johnson,,Todd Johnson, Kim- befly Karlevec, Kenneth Kimball, lanice Marks, Patrick McClelland, Sandra Meyer, Craig Meyers, Janelle Meyers, Elizabeth Penning, Michael Riley, Roberta Shipman, Anthony Tebben, Paula Terhark, and Charles Tindall. At the Wesley building registering were Kelly Albertsott, Debra Armstrong, Lori Arndor- fei 4 , Michael Becker, Donald Bedford, Randy Cink, Derwin Dornbier, Rhonda Forburger, Alan Keley, Sandy Klyn, Jeffery Koppen, Margie Lickteig, Debra Loss, Mark Shellenberg, Craig StUder, Kent St'uder, Lisa Studer, Michelle Studer, Roger Studer, David Vitzthum, Wayne Vitzthum, Daniel Youngwirth, arid Dean Youngwirth. Parents unable to attend the round-up with kindergarteners reddy for school this fall should contact the office as soon as possible. SHOWER IS GIVEN Rosanne, daughter -of the John Hildmans, was given a prenuptial shower in St. Joseph's parish hall Sunday. At 500 Norine Erpelding, Josie Lickteig and Wilhelmina Hughes were prize winners. Rosanne, employ ed as reseryationist at TWA in Chicago, will marry Richard Carbone, Chicago, April 19 in St. Joseph's Catholic church here. flof.neT S6fl R6Ha.ttT Walter, )eftver> Colo., a daughter-, Mrs. Betty Stteli, West bes Moine-s, and his mother, Mrs. John Walk er, 98, of Rodman. Funeral services wete held Tuesday at 2 j.m. ifi the Methodist church, West Bend. CANCER DRIVE OPENS A kickoff meeting for the ALGQNA (low*) ADVANCf*-? THURSDAY, APRIL ft,1*6S FATHER IS DEAD Jim Walker received wore Saturday of the sudden death ol his father, Ben Walker, 73, of a heart attack in his home in West Bend. Survivors beside the Wesley an, are his widow, Cancer fund campaign will be held April 12 at L. L. Lease's with Mrs. Cliff Anfinson assisting. A one o'clock luncheon will be followed by a business meeting. Local chairman, Mrs. J. L. Meurer will distribute material to her ten helpers. The drive will begin shortly after Easter Mesdames Lease, Anfinson, Meu rer and Helen Johnson attended a South Kossuth kickoff meet ing March 24 at the Colonial Mo tel, Algona. GOOD WILL BAGS . Saturday the Cub Scouts un der the leadership of Cubmaster Edward Johnson will distribute a scout Good Turn Day Bag to homes in Wesley. These bags should be filled with wearable nd repairable clothing and ma- erials and small household ap- )liances, which the handicapped men and 'women can process for esale in their retail stores and >rovide their weekly wages. The >ags will be picked up April 17 >y the Scouts. DATE SPELLING BEE Pupils of St. Joseph's paroch- al school will have a spelling bee at 1:30 p.m. in St Joseph's Jarish hall Sunday. Gold troph- es will again be given by the ~ivic Club to the winners oi first, and silver trophies for second and third place. SHOTS ALL TAKE Fourth graders recently re ceived their booster and smal pox shots and all produced a take". Now vision tests, hear ing tests, tuberculin tests and dental programs for this term have been accomplished. There were no classes for th first four grades of St. Joseph 1 parochial school Monday as Sis Carbone. They will be married April 19. The August Studers and Herman Studers had their 500 club Sunday at the latter's home. Prize winners were Marie DaU- ghan, Josie Lickteig, Elmer Doughan and Vic Loebig. Portland Mrs. Victor Fitch ter Agatha and Sister Joanett attended a diocesan music workshop at Storm Lake. Banns of marriage were published for the first time in St. Joseph's Catholic church for Rosanne Hildman and Richard YOU MUST SEE THIS AND "TEST-HEAR" IT AT ZENITH SOLITAIRE IN-THE-EAR HEARING AID with amazing Micro-Lithic Circuit Developed for your personal comfort from space age knowledge, ^ the customized case of the new Solitaire is individually fitted to your ear and contains the finest features for full or part-time hearing help. Smalland light in weight, yet amazing in performance. No cords, tubing or separate earmold, yet Micro-Lithic circuit gives 500% greater reliability than amplifiers using conventional components. You owe it to yourself to "test-hear" the Zenith Solitaire. Rusk Drug & Jewelry Iowa Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wood were Sunday afternoon guests in the Henry Eisenbarth home at Lu Verne. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Hertzke and Mrs. Paul Hertzke of Lakota were Sunday afternoon isitors and Sunday evening super guests in the E. C. Schwiet- rt home. Mrs. Robert Wood and Randy isited Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy, Wednesday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhorter eturned home Saturday, March 22, after being gone several iveeks, visiting in California, Hawaii and Colorado. Mrs. McWhorter has been ill with a bad cold and a virus since returning lome. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker entertained at a birthday supper Tuesday evening, March -25 for their daughter, Linda's 15th birthday. Those attending the supper were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Becker, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker and Ray McWhorter. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sorenson of Burt, were Thursday evening visitors in the E. C. Schwietert home. Mrs. Merti Huber and Gary were Monday evening visitors in the Billy Christensen home. A Financing and Public Service discussion group meeting was held last Friday evening in the Frank Becker home. This was the' last of a series of four meetings. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Arend, Mr. nd Mrs. Harold Lampe, Mr. nd Mrs. Kenneth Sarchet, Ray JcWhorter and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker. Mrs. Robert Wood and Randy vere Sunday dinner guests in he home of Mrs. John Von Bank in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Schwietert were Sunday dinner guests in he E. C. Schwietert home. Mr. and Mrs: Jake ' Smith returned home Thursday after spending a week visiting their daughter and son-in-law the Dale Bixlers of Wilmette, 111. Satur-' day they attended the Ice Show n Chicago. The total collected for the Heart Fund, in Portland Township has been turned in by Mrs. Russell Parsons, chairman. The total was $86.45. Workers were Mrs. Jake Smith, Mrs. Edmund Larsen, Mrs. Victor Fitch, Mrs. Louie Krull, Mrs. Frank Becker, Mrs. S. R. Parsons, and Mrs. Russell Parsons. Mary Jane Lampe came home Friday night from St. Paul to spend the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lampe. She has been working in a hospital in St. Paul. "God's well is deep and full but we have to lower the bucket". ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Hi^^l^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^HHBPMPIIIRHHHHHHHi^^H^lilHMiOH^^^^HHHHBMHMIHIIMHI PUBLIC AUCTION SALE OF.CCC STORAGE The Kossuth County ASC Committee, acting as Agents for Commodity Credit Corporation, a corporate agency of the United Stotfli within the Department of Agriculture, will offer for sale the following described storage bins at public auction: Wednesday. A WKITTEMORE: Bin Site, 9:00 a.m. HOBARTON: Bin Site, 10:15 a.m. LOKE ROCK: Bin Site, 11:45 a.m. BURT: Bin Site, 1:00 p.m. LAKOTA: Bin Site, 2:30 p.m. Algona "THE ZENITH MAN IS IN OUR STORE THIS WEEK" lljlllllllira I" 1111 " «N*Nfr<NX^^ | HOW... ready to serve you with products from one | | ol the most respected names in agricultural chemicals £ CYANAMID FARM SUPPLY f For years, American Cyanamid Company has been a V leader in agricultural chemicals. In 1908, it introduced l versatile calcium cyonamide, the product from which the A company drew its name, Other famous Cyanamid first ,*< include malathiori, the leading pesticide today, and * AUREOMYCIN, the big breakthrough in animal feed and health products. Now, you can benefit from the complete line of Cyanamid products at one location - Cyanamid Form Supply, Lokoto, Iowa, To help you make the most of these products so essential to modern profit forming, Cyonomid Form Supply olio offers o full rongt of ••rvices such as soil testing, crop planning, custom blended fertilisers and fertilixer appli* CB 'whatever your ne«d regarding soil fertility, pesticides or animal feed ond health, see Id Morlow, your Cyonomid man. Ht will help yoy pl«n for their most efficient use, Fertiliietion time will be here almost before you know it f So get in touch with Mr, Morlow ond let him htIP you plon for o high-production, higher profit year in 1965, Do it now! Cyanamid Farm Supply NO. MANUFACTURER 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 Plasteel 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 Steel Alum. Steel Steel Steel Steel Steel Alum. Steel Steel Steel Steel Steel Steel Steel Steel Steel FOUNDATION Block Steel Steel Steel Block Block Block Steel Concrete Steel Steel Steel Steel Steel Concrete Concrete Block LOCATION West of Elevator East of Elevator South of Elevator East of Elevator North of Elevator Office North of Elevafor Thursday. II 15 WESLEY: < Bin Site, 9:00 a.m. SEXTON: Bin Site, 9:45 a.m. i IRVINGfON: Bin Site, 11:15 a.m. LU VERNE: Bin Site, 1:00 p.m. 1 Butler 3 Butler 2 Great Lakes 2 Great Lakes 2,170 2,175 Steel Steel 38,200 Steel 41,032 Steel Steel Steel Concrete Concrete Northeast edge of Wesley South of Elevator Office 2 Great Lakes 41,032 Steel Concrete ALGONA: Bin Site, 3:00 p.m. 6 3 3 3 4 2 13 2 10 1 1 Butler Butler Butler Martin Columbian Great Lakes Butler Beatrice Butler Butler Sioux 2,175 Steel 2,740 Steel 3,276 Alum 3,350 3,240 40,110 2,740 3,250 3,276 2,175 2,140 Steel Alum. Steel Steel Alum. Steel Steel Steel Steel Steel Steel Block Steel Concrete Block Steel Steel Block Block '/, Mile East of Elevator Northeast Edge of Town, South Side of Road East of Farmers Service Center, Inc. Phone 3791 Lokotd lows |*J M $ M $H§MH"H>*4^^ INSPECTION: The grain bins may be inspected at all sites on April 13, 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 used in connection with the handling or storage of agricultural commodities. TERMS: Cosh on day of sale for all sales of $100 or less. A deposit of $100 will be required on each bin, On all sales over that amount, the balance is to be paid in cash within ten (10) days of date of sale, or the balance may be financed under the farm storage Facility Loan Program, providing the prospective purchaser meets eligibility requirements under the program, Information regarding eliqibility under the Farm Storage Facility Loan Program may be obtained from age structures: $400 ; 00. the local county office. Prospective purchasers should establish their eligibility at the county office prior to the sole. REMOVAL OF PROPERTY: Bins must be removed from the bin site within thirty days from the date of the sale unless otherwise agreed to by the County Committee. Concrete floors, or sand and gravel fill on which structures may be located, are not being offered for sale with the structure. 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 for oil 40x100 storage ! $2,000,00. floors for 20x100 stor- Sand and gravel fill for round metal bins: $50.00. TITLE AND RISK OF LOSS: Title to the grain bins shall vest in the purchaser when payment is made. After passage of title, risk of loss or destruction from any cause whatsoever shall be borne by the purchaser. BIDS: Commodity Credit Corporation reserves the right to reject any or all offers. TAX: Purchasers of bins must make payment of the State Use Tax to the State Tax Commission, Division of Retail Sales and Use Tax, State Of* fice Building, Des Moines, Iowa, NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS BIN MOVERS INDICATE THEY WILL BE PRESENT Additional information concerning this sale may be obtained by contacting Quinn & Yunf ibi rg« Auctioneers. Curtis P. Haahr Office Manager County ASCS Office Phone 295*3576, Algona County ASCS Office Pirsennel, Algona, Clerk,

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