The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 17, 1966 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 17, 1966
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10-Alfi6ne, (Id.) Upper DM M«taM thuridoy, Nov. 17, 1966, Algonans Shoot Well In Nebraska Seven men from the Directory Service Co. here went deer hunting recently in the Chadron, Nebr. area - and their bag of game is shown with them in the above photo. They came up with six deer, a mother bobcat and her five half-grown kittens while hunting at the Charles Llttrell ranch where the photo was snapped. A group from tho local firm has hunted at the Llttrell place for several years. Shown with their game In the photo are, standing, left to right, George Rishllng, Chadron, Jerry Leaneagh and Beecher Lane, Algona, while kneeling are Ron Taylor, Algona, Glen Park, Crete, Nebr., Ray Talbott, Osceola, and Dennis Schmidt, Lone Rock. The six bucks shot by the group was one of the finest bags of deer reported there in recent years, according to the Algona men. The bobcats were discovered by the men as they stalked deer. GOP Women Plan Series Of Coffees The Republican Women's Club of Kossuth county invites all Interested women to one or all of the following membership coffees. Interesting book reviews and programs will be given at each party. Membership is open to all women who are interested. Dates and names of hostesses follows: Nov. 28, 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. George Guenther, 2 miles south of St. Benedict blacktop and 3 miles east, Corwith. Nov. 29 , 2 p.m. Hostess is Mrs. Greta Stecker, 2nd house east of the creamery on north side of road, Lakota. Nov. 30, 2:30 p.m. Hostess is Mrs. Lee Davidson, Swea City. Dec. 5, 2 p.m. Hostesses will be Lulu Hawcott and Selina Clifton, Burt. Dec. 5, 7:30 p.m. Hostesses will be Mrs. William Navoichick, Mrs. Wes Bartlett, Mrs. Stanley Muckey and Mrs. Sydney Johnson, at 102 South Ridgley, Algona. Dec. 6, 9 a.m. Hostesses will be Clara Amesbury, Mrs. Les Riter and Mrs. Anne Presthus at 420 East Lucas, Algona. Dec. 6, 9:30 a.m. Hostess will be Mrs.Bay McWhorterandMrs. Edgar Keith near Burt. Dec. 6, 2 p.m. Hostess will be Mrs. Henry Mertz at Wesley. Dec. 9, 2 p.m. Hostess will be Mrs. C. F. CaUles atTitonka. Petit Jurors Will Report November 28 Petit jurors for the November term of district court here, which opens soon, were named this week by County Clerk Alma Pearson. They are to report for duty Monday, Nov. 28, at 10 a. m. and include the following: ALGONA - Carol Gotten, Sharon Cowan, Leona Ferstl, EWzabeth Granzow, Hamer Kline, Lillian Levy, William Ludwig, Arlene Owens, Arlene Simon and Neva Steven. CORWITH - Clarence Aitcheson. WHITTEMORE - Agnes Anliker, Wilma Roeber, Robert SJmons,'Esther Walters. WEST BEND ~ Arlie Ban wart, Virginia Fuchsen, Carl J. Thomann. LAKOTA - Nick Behrends, Dorothy Christ, L E. Wortman. FENTON - Kenneth Bellinger, Maxine Osborn, Henry Wilberg. LONE ROCK - Wayne Bellinger. „• „ , BURT - Ralph Carlson, Mildred Haupert, Floyd Sill, TJTONKA-EdnaEden, Thelma Schmidt. ' . ELMORE *• Bertha Eichhorn. BANCROFT -• Dorothy Jensen, Cfcorge Merrill, C. V. Todd, DraJWohnke. LUVERNE "-Porte Johns, Mer* Jyn wwtot <?M# Richardson, Voss. mvlNGTON - Amanda Kohlhaas, Donald Leigh. SWEA CITY - Wanda Link, Shirley Patterson, Doris Smith. BODE - Leonard McGuire, Marvin Origer. ARMSTRONG -Eugene Patterson. WESLEY - Joseph Skow. LEDYARD - Harold Warner. New Vehicles To 21 Families In Past Week Twenty-one new vehicles were licensed last week in Kossuth county at the office of Rosella Voigt, county treasurer, as follows: Chevrolets '- Bertha Welp, Bancroft; Dr.' T. J. Lensing, Whittemore; James Meurer, Wesley; Boyd Shipler, Burt; Dr. Dean Koob, Algona; Walter Jentz, Fenton. Mercury - Wallace Hawcott, Burt; John Reisdorfer, Lakota; John Johnson, Lakota. Chrysler - Ervin Gerber, Algona; Roy Petersen, Fenton. International - Algona Implement, Algona (PU). Fords - Clarence Smith, Burt (PU): Druggists Mutual Insurance, Algona. Rambler - John Peterson, Swea City. Plymouths - Lester James, Algona; Evert Vigdal, Algona; Diamond's Algona. Oldsmobile - Loretta Uchter, Burt. Pontlacs - George Bruellman, David Lynch, Lone Rock. Relative Passes Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carney have received word of the death Nov. 14 of Robert's brother's wife, Mrs. Ralph Carney, 48, Riverside, Calif. They had been living with their son, Wendell, there. Other survivors are a son, Wayne, Calif., and a daughter, Mrs. Jerry Constance, St. Paul. The Carneys operated toe 'star route between Emrnets- Wg and Mason City for several years before moving to Amery, Wis. and then to Riverside. FARM SALE CALENDAR NOV. 18, FRIDAY - Art 01- sen Sale on farm located from Algona, 7 east on U.S. 18 and 1/2 north. Listing will Include machinery and livestock. Quinn and Leek, auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, clerk. NOVEMBER 19, SATURDAY- Public Auction of EDWARD THILGES on farm 8 miles south, 2 miles west and 3/4 mile north from Algona. Sale begins at 1 p. m. with full line of John Deere mach- e^inqry, including three tractors ''and other items. Quinn and -Kleve, Auctioneers, ' and" Iowa State Bank, Algona, Clerk. Complete details in the UDM later. NOVEMBER 19, SATURDAY- CARLISLE ESTATE Sale. 3/4 mile east of Whittemore on blacktop. Household goods, some antiques. Carrol Fraser, Auctioneer. Details later: SATURDAY, November 26 Alvin Baumgard Blacksmith Shop and Equipment Sale, Burt, Iowa. Sale time 12:30. Bensen and Clark, auctioneers. Burt Savings Bank, Clerk. Details later in UDM. DEC. 6, Tuesday - Peter Plemel farm sale, four miles north and 1 3/4 east of Lu- Verne, including five tractors and complete line of farm and haying equipment. Quinn and Kleve, auctioneers. Complete details later in the UDM. DEC. 8, THURSDAY - MRS. ARNOLD DANIELSON Farm Auction, 4 miles east of Algona on U. S. 18. Complete machinery line and 20 head dairy cows. Ron Peck and Raymond Spencer, Auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, Clerk. Sale details later. DEC. 12, Monday - Melvin Kirchner sale, farm located 2 1/2 miles north of Rolfe, 1 p.m. complete closing out machinery auction and livestock. Ronald Peck, Algona, and Jay Arnold Mallard, auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, West Bend, clerk. Sale details later. 4-Corner Club The Four Corner Mother and Daughter Club met at the home of Janice Lindhorst Nov. 10. Alvina Walker was assistant hostess. Members discussed the Christmas party and decided to hold a gift exchange. For a project, the club is going to collect broken toys for the Algona Jay- Cees to repair and distribute. The program consisted of a poem read by Marguerite Kollasch. An Extension lesson on the "Fitting of Foundation Garments" was given by Betty Fisher and Evelyn McNeill. Janice Lindhorst read a Thanksgiving quiz Hold Regional Meeting Of Land Group the regional meeting of the North Central District of the Iowa Land title Association was held Nov. 10 at Mason City, the meeting WAS conducted by Jim Peterson, regional vice president of the Association, who is secretary of the Iowa Abstract and Title Company, Algona. H. W. Ouren, president of the association, Harlan, reported on the national convention held in October at Miami, Fla. Featured speaker for the meeting was James H. Andreasen, Attorney at Law, Algona, of the law firm of Hutchison and Andreasen, He addressed the group on a proposal presently being considered by the Iowa Bar Association. In College Band STORM LAKE, IA. -Will B. Green, director ofbandsatBuena Vista College, announces the selection of Kitty Hardgrove, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardgrove, 408 E. Grove St., Algona, la.,.as a member of the Buena Vista college band for the 75th anniversary year. She plays piccolo and is a freshman in the music department. At Parents Weekend Two Algona couples — Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd S. Bohannon, 602 E. McGregor, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence R. Kees, 107 Overmeyer - were among the more than 600 guests attending the sixth annual Parents' Weekend at Christian College. FARM EQUIP. =x^: NEW FARM K'J AND USED MACHINERY Barge Box, 6 x 12, 1. H. C. with hoist and fre*r ... .$450 STUBBLfi CLEANER ends plow clogging, saves time and temper* We have them for 2 to 7 • bottom plows. 1 - J. D. Model A, second wheel weights, each $10 NEW 1/2 H,P, Air Compressor complete with hose . . .$82.50 WE1SBROD IMPLEMENT CO. FENTON, 1A, (88) USED MACHINERY LIST TRACTORS 1 - Model Four-Star MINNS- APOLIS-MOL1NE with ad- Justable front & power steering. 1 - Model G JOHN DEERE with new tires. 1 - Model 30 MASSEY-HARRIS. 1 - Model WC ALLIS-CHALMERS. 1 - Model C ALLIS-CHALMERS, 1 - Model D-14 ALLIS-CHALMERS with adjustable front end it power steering. 1 - Model D-17 ALLIS-CHALMERS with adjustable front end, CORN PICKERS 1 - Model 16 INTERNATIONAL mounted Sheller - Like New.' 1 - Sheller to fit Model 227 John Deere. 1 - Model 227 JOHN DEERE with automatic greaser - Like New. 3 - Model 227 JOHN DEERE - In good condition. 2 - FORD mounted to fit A-C Tractors or Ford. 1 - Model 2MHD I. H. C. mounted with sheller. 1 - Model 73 OLIVER pull type.: 1 - MINNEAPOLIS - Moline with rear elevator. 2 - Model 250 M-M (VeryClean). 2 - Model 307 NEW IDEA mounted with new husking rolls. 1 - Model 300 NEW IDEA. 3 - Model 6A NEW IDEA two- row. TRIGGS Rebuilt I. H. C. Corn Picker rolls in stock. Exchange Set ..$86 1 - Used Steel Flare Box -6 - Used stalk cutters, your , choice .......... $50 & up. ] . •••••••••• REPLACE THAT BROKEN WINDOW AND DOOR GLASS NOW BEFORE WINTER BRING IN YOUR WINDOWS AND DOORS. COMPLETE STOCK OF GLASS - AND WE INSTALL, TOO. LET US SHOW YOU THE NEW UNBREAKABLE PLEXIGLASS WINDOW PANES-ALL SIZES. •J SHOP HERE FOR -_-___ _-___-__-. ^ .^^ ^^ GRADE A STORM KING TURKEYS HOME DRESSED DUCKS and CAPONS Only 7 d*ys before Thanksgiving and time to ordtu your Thanksgiving turkey, duck or capon. We have • wonderful itlection of delicious fowl so stop in today and place* our order. We'll be moft happy to serve you. ~ PLUS ALL THE TRIMMINGS We hav* all the trimmings for your holiday dinntr too . cranberries, stuffing, potatoes, celery and frtsh fruits and vegetables, nuts, «tc. Let us put your Thanksgiving dinner on the table. FRE=E DELIVERY, of court*. 5 COASTTO COAST STORES I!EAST END GROCERY! ID WOLF, OWNER ALGONA MISCELLANEOUS 1 - STAN - HOIST Hydraulic Drive-on Hoist. 1 - JOHN DEERE Drive-on Hoist. 1 - LUNDELL one.row Corn Head for 606 Lundell Chopper. 1 - LUNDELL Stalk Shredder. 1 - CASE Stalk Shredder. 1 - Model 60 NEW IDEA Stalk Shredder. 1 - Model 175 NEW IDEA 46 ft. Elevator. 1 - Model 200 KEWANEE 42 ft. Elevator. 1 - Model 300 KEWANEE 44 ft. Elevator. L1NDE IMPLEMENT COMPANY SWEA CITY, U. 50590 Ph. 272-4601 (88) FOR SALE - 1963 3010 John Deere Gas Tractor, very good condition; left for service, reason for selling;. Phone Lone Rock, 925-4153. (88tfn) THANK YOU! TO THE CITIZENS OF KOSSUTH COUNTY. YOUR VOTE OF CONFIDENCE WILL BE RESPECTED IN THE COMING LEGISLATIVE SES- SION. KARLKIILSHOLM HARRISON'S FREE DSUViRY TWICE DAILY 5-3762 ALGONA i IFT 5SS& GIFT REG. $1.00 BOX HARRISONS * ALGONA'* LEADING VARIETY STORE w

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