In Iowa, after golf beer's the one for good taste, good fun After a hard-played 18 holes it's good to settle down on a soft chair in the club house and add up the score with friends. What better time for the drink that scores with almost every golfer—cool, thirst-quenching beer? Yes, beer's great to relax with, great for refreshment, great for taste. So whatever your sport- boating or baseball—swimming or tennis —relax afterwards with the zestful taste- of beer. UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. P.O. BOX 159, OSCEOLA, IOWA Officers for Ledyard P-T A to be elected Ledyard — Parent Teacher organization will meet April 26 at 8 p.m. There will be a style show by the home economics classes and an industrial arts display. There will be election of officers. The nominating committee is Arlowe Blomes, Henry Dontjcs and Howard Thompsons. Room visitation can be made preceding the style show. Chairmen of the program committee are the Joe Ingebrit sens, and the refreshment committee is the Melvin Busches. DATE PAPER DRIVE Cub Scouts will conduct a paper drive April 24. The boys are to meet at the Legion hall at 1:15. Papers are to be tied in bundles convenient for the boys to handle, and left where they can be easily picked up. Country people may bring their papei to the hall that afternoon. TAKEN TO HOSPITAL Jon Gilbertson became ill dnr ing the evening worship at thi E and R church Friday and wa taken by ambulance to the Blui Earth hospital where he remained until Saturday for observation and tests. years received Ills basic ttaih- ing in Tekas and since that tittle has been stationed at Salina. The base at Salina will be closed July 1. Rtieben Johnson left Sunday or Rockford, 111., to be employ- AL66NA (low*) ADVANCES THURSDAY, APRIL «, 1965 Madison, Carol Jones and Jahell Newbrough. After the services a breakfast was served. Other guests other than those in the services were Peggy Pettit, Mary Hurlbiirt, Minneapolis; Jerry Newbrough, Iowa City; Marilyn Bollinger, Renwick; Nancy Fischer, Iowa City; Ker- returned, mil Krueger, St. Paul; David Friday after four months in: Gade, Whitlemore; and Don California visiting a daughter, j Henry and Gary Lundholm, Des She also spent a week in Min-1 Moines, and Mrs. Pruel. Kermit d this summer. There will be Cub Scout >ack meeting at, the Legion hall April 28. Mrs. Ida Darnell neapolis visiting. i Krueger assisted Rev. Preul in The Keith Knoners had as the 10 o'clock church service. guests the John Ehrichs), Elnore, Glenn Johnsons, and The Jim Thuls, Cedar Falls, Merle Johnsons, Sunday at Wil- j visited Friday to Sunday at Jack "iam Knoner's. j Quinn's. The Jon Gilbertsons and j Sunday guests at Neva Thomp- Duanc Darnells were Sunday j son's were the guests of the John Darnells. Mrs. J. F. Sullivan, Jeremiah and Pat, spent Easter in Minneapolis with the R. C. Nehottes. Madonna Sullivan,- Minneapolis, was also a guest. Glenn Dyer, Joliet, 111., visited his mother,. Mrs. Eunice Dyer, at the Heritage Home in Bancroft and with his brother Howard, Ledyard, Monday to Wednesday. Easter guests at the parental Alfred Busch's were the Francis Ralph Thompsons, Algona, Mrs. Adela Thompson and Charles, the Warren Thompsons, Swca City, Willard Thompsons and Gary Schiltzcs, Minneapolis. Wednesday guests at John Hovey's were the Jamie Jensens, Aberdeen, Md., Jim Schmidts and Darrel Schmidts. The H arris Wadsworths, Armstrong, visited Sunday with Mrs. Ruth Krueger. The Melvin Movers, Swea City, and Arnold Meyers, Ker Hie Wendell Stevens family, UfenSj were Easter guests at Don Blahchard's. The Chet AlmeS, Ottosen, were Sunday visitors with her mother, Mrs. Maude Blanchard. The Willis Cottons were fias- ter guests of their son the John Cottons, Spencer. Guests Sunday at Tena Jensens were the Roy Jensens, Roger Jensens, Otto Jensen, Russell Jensens, Orville Deardorffs, Yale, and Jamie Jensens, Aberleen, Md. Mrs. A. A. Krueger and David Gade, Whittemore, went to St. Paul Thursday and Kermit Crueger returned home with them for the Easter weekend •eturning Sunday with David Gade. PUBLIC AUCTION As I have decided to quit farming 1 will sell the following 'described property at. my farm located '•— From Crystal Lake: 2Vz miles north on the black top road; Ffom Thompson-. 8 miles South on the same road; From Forest City: 8 miles west; and from Woden: 6 miles east and % north. MONDAY, APRIL 26 1 p.m. Schiltzes, Bancroft, Alvira and! m jt Krueger and David Gade T-* . . T-* 1_ H/T* 1 J _ _M~1 .... _. Duane Busch, Minneapolis, and Maxinc Busch, Algona. The John Mantheis spent the Portland Mr*. Victor Fitch Whittemore, were Sunday guests of the A. A. Kruegers. Mrs. Raymond Neswold, Iowa A. Lees. Mrs. Paulir 3 McGuire, Al- Mrs. Edith Busch and Bob and two friends of Bob from Nevada spent the weekend with Ledyard relatives. Mrs. Agness Zielske and the Tom Rasches, Fairmont, were guests at Sunday. Robert Jorgenson's ARE YOU SURE YOU CAN STOP? Good brakes are our concern-yours, too! Better see us for a brake check now. Also, let us check and align your front wheels. You'll save on wear. See us today. The Good Neighbor club met at Mrs. Charles Reese's Thursday. Betty Herzog, Minneapolis, spent the weekend at the parental Harold Herzog's. Mrs. Lillian Brack was guest of her daughter, the Walter Millers, Buffalo Center, Easter. Her granddaughter, Priscilla Miller, was at home for the weekend. Monday Mrs. Brack accompanied her grandson, Ro ;er Brack, Lakota, to Fairmont The Darrell Johnsons, Elmore ,vere Wednesday guests at the jarental Burton Johnson's for Jrs. Darrell Johnson's birthday evening guests were the Larry Angels, Duane Darnells, Dale Funkermeiers, Jon Gilbertsons Warlin Runksmeiers, Maurio framersmeiers, Linda Egesdal .he John Darnells, Orvill Runksmeiers, Ronald Johnsons The John Rosenbergs, Fairmont, Roger Greens, Ames, Merrill Hagedorns were Sunday quests of Mrs. Dallas Green and Bill. The Aubrey Waterhouses were afternoon guests. The Dr. Paul Wilsons spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. \Smcloir Hilton Sinclair Service 5-3654 BILL HILTON, Owner Algona weekend in Cedar Rapids at 'city, spent from Tuesday to Gerald Manthei's and Geraldine Saturday with her parents, the Robertson's. Mrs. Hazel Carpenter was admitted to the Blue Earth hos- )ital Sunday. Ann Carpenter and Nancy lerzog, students at Ames and Drange City, spent Easter at lome. Students at -Mankato were home all of last week because of the flood. Ernest Ploeger is now a resident of the Heritage Home in Bancroft. Francis Fish, ex-Lone Rock, dies suddenly Lone Rock — Friends here were surprised by the sudden death of Francis Fish who livec at St. Paul. He lived here many years with his parents, the late W. T. Fishes and graduated from the Lone Rock school in 1928. He had told his wife he ; didn't feel well and went to bed. She was about to give him some medicine when he sudden- y died April 3. He is survived iy his wife, a sister Mrs. Don- Id Westbee, Minneapolis, and win brothers, John and Fred ^ish. John lives in Des Moines and Fred at Red Oak. His parents and 3 brothers, Homer, Otis, and Harlan are dead. gona, was a Sunday guest of icr son, the E. A. Lees. Charla Jo Walker, Algona, was a Saturday guest of her grandmother. Mrs. Rose Kraft. Visitors Friday at Frank Flaig's was a 90-year old aunt of Mrs. Flaig, Mrs. Edna Seifert, and her son, the Carlos Seiferts, Farmer City, 111. They were here For an Ackerman reunion at Burt Sunday. Saturday guests at Fritz Newbrough's were the L. New- broughs, Mrs. A. D. Newbrough and the Laverne Smiths, Swea City. Maxine Marlow and children were April 11 callers at Ed Ohm's. The Gordon Ohms. Avoca, spent the weekend at Ed Ohm's and Sunday visited the parents the Gerhardt Dr?ayoms, Prim ghar. The Harold Olthoffs, Lakota were Sunday Ennen's, and visitors evening at Roy guests were Mrs. Frauke Schadendor of Lakota, and Mrs. Fried Evans, Long Beach, Calif. Mr. nd Mrs. Harold Andreasen, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Andreasen and Clayton of Minneapolis were Thursday evening guests in the Alvin Andreascn home. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold An dreasen came down to spem few days in the parental Al fin Andreasen home. Mrs. Ar nold Andreasen, an architect, Irew the plans for the new shoo- >ing center at Mason City and l contact the contractors at Mason City while here. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL 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 Lunch Served on Grounds FARM MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT THREE TRACTORS — 1962 Minneaoolis Moline 4 Star Super, like new. onlv 502 hours, fullv equipped with power steering, spin out vheels. live PTO, 3 noint hvrl.. crown fenders, and fluid in rear res: iflfiR Massey Harris Model 33, with live hydraulic, wide front and also narrow front unit, very good condition; 1950 MM Model "R" Tractor. 1959 Mil 4-row Cultivator with Rhr. gauge wheels for 33 or 44 trnctor". 2-Rnw M. IT. mounted Corn Pickpr in verv pood condition. TT1C 4-row Torn Plnhter with fertilizer atLnrhmont. MM 4 row Rotary Hoe. « 1HC 15 ft. Disc. 40 ft. Kollv Ryan Elevator with swecl lack & PTO rlrive. THC 7 foot. Tractor Mower • John Deere 10 ft. Tandem Disc 4 section lever flexible drag. • 2 row Caw null tvpe corn picker in good condition. A 3 bottom MM 14 inch plow. • New Men tractor Manure Spreader. • Wants wide track 4 wheel rubber tired wagon with 125 bu. steel box. • Electric wheel rubber tired wagon with wood box. 41 2 "'hc-pl snravnr comnlnte with pump & nil nccp«<;orip<5. • MM 10Vi ft. FiclH Cultivator. » Humholclt Stalk Cutter. 4» A. C. Combine, with near new vvcbb tvnp pickun. A MM 4 bar side rake, like new. ft Windrower for Mower. • Flat rack with sides on steel running gear. • Drive on hvdraulic wagon hoist. « Wards Hammer Mill with 60 ft. endless belt, like new. • New Idea Horn Manure Loader. • Cement Mixer. Pair of tractor chains size 12 x 38. Heat Houser for 33 or 44 M.H. tractors with shtnlrK like new. 12 ft. grain Auger. » 60 Gal. Hog Waterer. 41 2 Brooder Stoves and some Chick Feeders. Some small items on rack. • 275 Bales of Alfalfa & Clover Hay Stacked in barn. This Machinery has been u*ed only on 146 A. farm. ELMER HANSMEIER, owner TERMS; CASH, or make arrangements with vour bank. No property to be removed until settled for. . Not responsible for any accidents. Auctioneer: Cliff Hewlett Clerk: Farmers Bank & Trust Co., Crystal Lake, Iowa Marie Halverson and Marvel and Sunday the Ted Halversons, Blue Earth, were also guests. Thursday Jake Stubbe, Baxter, and Mrs. Glen Bense, Des Moines, came for their mother, Mrs. Albert Barnes's birthday which was Friday. The William Stubbes, Ankeny, came Friday. The Harold Herzogs received word Saturday that their son A/lc Roy Herzog, stationed at Schilling air force base in Kansas, will be discharged May 27. Roy, who has been in the air force for four and one half AID NAMES DELEGATES The Lotts Creek Aid met April 9 with Rev. Vehling lead- ng the topic from the L.W.M.L. quarterly. Mrs. Richard Kuecker had the mission topic and prayer. Mrs. Orville Kessin was nominated delegate to the L.W.M.L. convention in California, with Mrs. Rev. A. E. Vehling as alternate. Mrs. Thomas Schuller and Mrs. Louis Seege- barth were hostesses. Guests were Mrs. Leo Wood and Mrs. Elmer Ruhnke. One spray of Atrazine controls weeds and grasses in corn. SUNRISE SERVICE HELD Easter Sunrise services were held Sunday morning at 6:30 at the Presbyterian church by the young people. Those who took part were Judy Kraft, Judy and Janet Hammerstrom, Rachel Hurlburt, Rodney Jensen Linda Knoll, Jim Jones, Mike Lee, Allan Marlow and Joe Priebe. Gary Rath assisted Rev Fred C. Preul. A musical num >er was sung by Jill Blanchard, Susan Blanchard, Mary Lee Growth Problem? ASK YOUR DEALER ABOUT MAYFIELO LABOR AT O RI E S MEDICATED ADDITIVES SEE THESE DEALERS IN THIS AREA. .. 2 Farms & Farm Machinery AUCTION Charles City Iowa Burt Co-op Elevator Burt, Iowa Hardy Co-op Elevator Hardy, Iowa Klein Farm Supply Algona, Iowa Mallard Produce Mallard, Iowa Farmers Co-op Elevator Bode, Iowa Farmers Co-op Elevator Buffalo Center, Iowa Farmers Co-op Elevator Lone Rock, Iowa Farmers Co-op Elevator Woden, Iowa Whittemore Feeds, Whittemore, low* Quality Feed Store Humboldt, Iowa Robinson Produce Wesley, Iowa Spray Atrazine 80W herbicide at planting and you'll get season-long control of most annual brpadleaf weeds and grasses. Growing corn with Atrazine means your crop won't have weed competition for moisture and soil nutrients. So your yields will be higher. Profits, too. 1 And, you'll free labof and equip' ment for other farm tasks. 'this year, take advsntagf »f weed control in corn with Atrazine ... the herbicide you spray just once for season-long control. Contact your local supplier now for Atrazine. Ceigy Agricultural Chemicals, Division of Geigy Chemical Cor* ppration, Ardsley, New York. WATCH Of CH1MICMS (OR MOOUN ACV Geigy AOncUlTORT If 9 Atrazine DOES SINUS CONGESTION , . . keep you awake at night? Make you feel miserable all day? Then you want relief and want it fast! And that's just what you get when you take SYNA-CLEAU Decongestant Tablets. One exclusive "Hard-Core" Tablet gives up to 8 hours of relief! Just S tablets give round-the-clock comfort. Restores free breathing; relieves headache. Lets you sleep through tho tntire night. Wake up clear-headed, clear-eyed. Bad needless suffering now - get SYNA-CLEAR in the blue and white carton today. Satisfaction guaranteed. At your druggist's. And remember, SYNA-CLEAK relief lasts longer, so it actually costs less. SYNA pECONGESTAh'T TABLETS HONSBRUCH DRUG a, levy* For plgt from about I IP 31 dap M m new, improved Nutrena Creep-20 Special • Most apprizing fell for pip tver markttid by NutriM, • Built-in help against bacterial scour? and atrophlc rhinitis. • Outstanding record of performance in extensive research tests. It's high in energy - 1522 calories of metab- olizable e»ergy per pound. It's high in Total Digestible Nutrients - contains 92% TPN. It's rich in naturally appetizing ingredients like rolled oats, milk products, cane sugar. Yet delicious Nutrena Creep-20 Special is economical to feed. Only 5 Ibs. per pig provides all this disease protection, nutritional fortification and solid growth power. Works with sows milk to get pigs goin» and growing fast from the first bite of dry fuv.J until pigs are about 38 days old. See us for free Farm Bulletin. Garf ill, Inc. Phone 5-2471 Algona Federal North Iowa Grain Go. Sexton Due to the H*»fh of Joseph Lenfsch, we will «»|| all his personal nronorty anH two r»arcpl«s of r««al p'tate at PnM>e Auction, on th" farm lor»»°d 1 mile east anH i/ 2 m'le s»"th of Livermnro. Iowa. On Monday, April 26 - 1MB 46.10 ACRES UNIMPROVED — All that part of Government Lot Seven (7) Ivinn sooth of the B.C.R.&N. (now the Chicane, Rock Is land and Pacific) Railway right of way in Section 21, Township 93 North, Ranqe 28, West of the 5th P.M., being located in Humboldt County. Iowa. IMPROVED 75.50 ACRES — The Northeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter, and Government Lot 4 in the Northwest Quarter, all in Section 21, in Township 93 North, Range 28, West of the 5th P.M., Humboldt County, Iowa. TRACTORS J.D. 1955 Model 70, Ser. No. 7014466, powr-trol, power steer- ina, live power take-off, new rubber. J.D. Model A, Ser. No. 616819, 1948, powr-trol, starter and lights. FARM MACHINERY I.H.C. 4-row PLANTER, fert. attachments, hydraulic, 1 year old. J.D. 4-row CULTIVATOR, new, cultivated 15 acres. J.D. PLOW No. 55A-B-H, 3-14's. J.D. TANDEM DISC, 10 ft., wheels, hyd. J.D. ROTARY HOE, small wheel, very good. J.D. SPRING TOOTH HARROW, 12'. HUMBOLDT STALK CUTTER, Hammer type. HUMBOLDT LOADER with snow scoop. MELROSE HARROW, 5 section, 25 ft. M.M. MODEL 250 CORNPICKER, has fan, 4 years old. LITTLE GIANT ELEVATOR, 40 ft. STANHOIST, hvdraulic. J.D. SIDE DELIVERY RAKE. I.H.C. 7 ft. semi mount No. 25 MOWER, AC COMBINE, small. McD. ENDGATE SEEDER. IHC No. 30 TRAILER with Walsh flare box, new. IHC TRAILER with flare box, very good. New Idea TRAILER with Walsh Flare Box, very good. Strong TRAILER with rectangular box. Harvest Supreme WAGON HOIST, new, never used. Inflation PUMP, power. Set of TRACTOR CHAINS, 12-38 size. 2 sets of WHEEL WEIGHTS. DRAG for behind disc. STALK RAKE. • HUME REEL TWIN-DRAULIC SPRAYER with 7 row drop and trailer. OLD MACHINERY: MM 4 row CULTIVATOR; JD 2-16 PLOW; JD 2-16 PLOW; JD 2 row CULTIVATOR, hand lift; Allis COMBINE for parts; Letz GRINDER MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS GUN, 410, mod. 267, slide action (new in January); Automatic WATERING TANK, 8 hole; TANK HEATER; metal TANK with waterer; 2 round, 12 hole FEEDERS; 1 small rect. FEEDER; MW 19 in. rotary LAWN MOWER; 1200 bu. CRIB, new, still not set up; GAS TANK, about 150 gal.; some corrugated TIN SHEETS; a few bales of STRAW AND HAY; many small tools. n»R & PICKUP CAR AND PICKUP: 1963 CHEVROLET BISCAYNE, 4-door, six, stick, RAH, new rubber, 2 extra wheels and tires, aqua color. 1947 FORD PICKUP, runs. HOUSEHOLD GOODS MW Tru-Cold Refrigerator, 9 ft.; 40" GAS STOVE; Kitchen TABLE and 4 chairs and cupboard; 1962 RCA 19 inch TV Consolette and antenna; DAVENPORT and CHAIR, beige; COFFEE TABLE; Platform ROCKER, new; Platform ROCKER, tan; 3 pc. BEDROOM SET, Mqht finish; 3 pc. BEDROOM SET, waterfall finish; EUEC- TROLUX VACUUM CLEANER; 10 inch ELECTRIC FAN; Electric portable HEATER; Dexter WASHING MACHINE, brand new; and many misc. items. TERMS: CASH — No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents. Joseph J, Lentsch Estate JOHN LENTSCH, EXECUTOR ANDERSEN AND KLEVE, Auctioneers LIVERMORE STATE BANK °* Liver more, Clerk.
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