The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 29, 1966 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 29, 1966
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ftt* Plan Christmas Bazaar a! Bs& fnetr Christmas hers zre busHy pre_ -stock vaU be ie&fi 2i the Mrs. Terr; McGnrre, IriR, am Mrs. ^erry COTBKH, right, art B?E' 'm*rc^>n^ 00 £dni€ ££ t »itti gifts ants twKii goods TOZ be far Fret ccffee viD alBD be ssm£ an£ £ hanS-fcmi blue mohair sweater wiE be raffled. Homemokers In N.W. Kossirtb Held Meeting , is at &E at Ceylnii, KiTm ._, Mjsri, •?, a: tie iranft of Mrs. Pster- sister, Mrs. ^ie TPora, ai Sosaiis is at tifae EAGLE - Swe*. - 3zs- home of Mrs. VIDizxD Sortten ir as a combined group at tte home of Mrs. Jim Buck, last Taesdsz? afienrMn, Mrs. YirgaTolAtem, Mis. Mania TokieSni,lfiis. Walter Oamotowrici aid Mrs. Boy were tte 2a&s F by sstKKJL nates Mrs. Hzrtftd land 0t Fairmont was present to show ideas for Mrs. Tlrgfl Y'jfcoeiiQ is prt- eiosnt of the Ea^e dob, aid Mrs. Laurel Peterson is pr&- Eitent of tie Swe«-H£nisaE gronp. - o- Mr. Jia3 Mrs. K»TX»M Jones were Snrrtey rlstars £d ttehsaue of ber Easier, Mrs. Marj Boo- loag, Titonfea, and called 21 G*e Doc BodLoog ieaoe in tike 2&er- KXOL - O- FIB£ AT PETE2SOS SOME Swea City and Armstroog fir&mea vere caliad to fits H?nt Petersao borne Friday eraziag list week vbeo fite otilily rocra at the bad: of fbe boose vss discorered to be alia re. A bir- tMay party for Petersoasdiiagir- ter Rrigalip hart eOQClnded, g"ri the cbUdrea delivered to their homes, and the family settled down ag^tn after tbe party, *faea the lights bad gone out. CD investigating, they fcnod flames sportwg entail aroood the freezer. All of tbe appliioces in that room were lost in the blare inrfnriing ttg freezer, visber and drier. Tbere vas eitea- sive smoke dSLtoage throughout the boose. Before the fire vas discovered, Mrs. Peterson said that they hadn't even smelted smoke. They were %-rappiag a package in preparation lor a family part}* in hooor of Rosalie to be held that evenly, when the lights failed. Mrs. Peterson said it was about 7:00 o'clock. Mrs, Daacy Petersoo immediately called both Fire Departmeats. The Leonard Larsoos»e re passing by aod noticed the smoke, aod drove in to offer assistance. HE SlE IRt£, imfl gn&sts 'were jadtei -up ai ami wers alrendty at fc£ J hoirip. -ssieE 2as£2is sxzmd home. Guests were M^T* EsMsoc, Susan F3tis, fbrntfra LETSOE, BoXSIfflS BBSQL SfafiTTl G2BSted, Diane it res Eosalie'E 12& bir&- 62} party, one she is apt oerer to forget, as fire tracks irere called ooly an htntr a&er the party end&tL Mr. and Mrs. David BippeQ- trop aod ItewB Tisited the Keo- Bmtes boiBe Satardzy ere- Mr. and Mrs. AMrev Madsec of East Qtaia were Sunday evening callers at the Walter Mag- The Art Larsens were Saiday (tinrtPT giEsis at the hozae of the Sam Larsens at SOver Lake. Mrs. O. R Koo&s was a patient at Holy Family hospital for several days. Mr. aod Mrs. Jim Smith entertained at Saoday sapper for the gjTtft birthday of their daughter, Kristt Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Art Ooocy aad Tji^a, Ow&- tonm, Mtrni,, Marleae Dooey, Albert Lea, Mi"" , Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schwartz and family, Des Uoines, Mr. aod Mrs. Loren Clayton, Dolliver, Mr. aad Mrs. Lrrin Smitt and David, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schwartz and family, Mrs. Ggga Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs. DOQ Johnson and family, gn«j Mr. aad Mrs. Laverne grnith atyj faaiily. Evening callers were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schwartz and family recently moved to Des Moines where bz has been appointed as meat inspector. They were former residents of Swea City, GLAUCOMA TESTING UNIT WILL BE IK AUMA TUESDAY, NOV. 29 & WEDNESDAY, NOV. 30 AT THE HOTEL AUMA TESTING FROM 9 AJVL — 12 NOON A FROM 1 PM — StM. APPOINTMENTS PREFERRED, BUT NOT REQUIRED Phone 295-3814 For Appointaeit TM> examination, sponsored by the Algona Lions Club, it FREE to the pvbfic. tt n recommended for anyone over 40 years of age, but not limited to Htet aye P. It require* only 5 to 10 minutes of your time. THOSE NEEDIN6 TRANSPORTATION HAY CALL: KOSSUTH MOTORS — 295-3554 TAYLOR MOTORS — 295-3504 KEN'S AUTO — 295-5*28 DAU'S GARAGE —295*5144 PUBLIC AUCTION At I am moving out of state I will hold a pub lie auction on the farm located 2 mala North of the junction of Highway 9 and 71 and Vi Wat —or— 10 miles Sooth of Jackson OR Highway 71 and Vi West on' Friday, December 2 SALE STARTS AT 12:45 PM. PENNING LUNCH OK GROUNDS 2*-Choice No.I—59eoroUHolsteUteowto freshen December 30th; fredben January l*tf No. f—Holtteix heifer to freth- e* with to* ealf Jan. S (from Jim Brave* herd); No. 11—BoUtein heifer to freth- em with Zmtl calf the but of Jam. (from Stattebo herd); No. 3—4 tear old HoUtan cow to freshen Jan. 16th (from Skatteboherd); No. 4—5 year old cow to frethen Jan. Sth (from Skattebo herd) No. !>-« gear oldcowto frethen No. 14-9 gear old Holstein cow to freshen Jan. 20th; No. 17—5 gear old Holstein cow • to freshen Jan. 2nd; No. 29—4 tear old Holstein cow to freshen Feb. 1st (from Ska- ttebo herd); No. 10—3rd calf Holstein cow to freshen Dec.15th(from Skat- tebo herd); No. 26-2nd calf Holstein cow to freshen Jan. 25 (from Skat- tebo herd); No. 20—5 gear old Holstein cow milking good now (to freshen later in the winter); No. 12—5 gear old Holstein cow milking good now (to freshen later in the winter); No. 25-3rd calf tow to freshen Dec. 28 (from Harvego herd); No. 21—2nd calf Holstein cow to freshen Dec. 2S (from Skatte- bo herd); 1950 John Deere A* power troll, rott-o+nmtic, good rubber; 1949 John Deere B; 1948 DC Case; John Deere no. 5 mower mower; John Deere no. 33 PTO spreader (new); John Deere 227 earn picker; John Deere 3 bottom 14 in. 666 plow, trif bottoms; John Deere no. 4» enUtoator; John Deere S seeSon harrow; John Deere 4 sect, spring tooth; Loader and saow bucket,Case no. K combine, PTO, home reel and oamr clean; Case 13 ft. wheel tmndem disc with gremsetess hearings; ComS—If plow; Case 15 ft. disc; New Holland Saper 77 baler with motor and starter; New Holland rotm-rake (like No. 39—Betttei* heifer to freth- ai Kith 2nd calf lit week of Jan. (from Skattebo herd); Holttm heifer freth Oct. 30th with l*f cmlf; HoUUiti heifer freth Oct. 15th with 1st calf; BoltteiM heifer freth Oct. 13th with 1 tt calf; Boltteut heifer freth Oct. 16th with Itt calf; No. 5—HoUteui cow to frethen in winter; to freshen later in winter (from Skattebo herd);. Black HolsMn heifer to freshen middle* winter; 3rd calf Holttein cow to freshen Dec. 29th; Auctioneers' Note m ft»r •«• Mr. ftk wtt I to HUM. Tta tnm MM H Ik. krt k«4i b Mi am m n « « ft. CM» an ML .Out ft Out New Idea 51 ft. elevator, wide tgme, PTO, with tmek hooper • (likenew); Owatonnm mixer grinder (2 grs. md); Case wngon with 15* rubber; Flatbed,Wagon and flat bed; Bectnc Sean rge box; Wagon and flare box; 159 ft. xthdo Feeding and Dairy Cattle * yearling Shorthorn and Hoi- stein cross steers (very good quality); 7 yearling Shorthorn and Hoi- stein heifers (very good quality); 10 Holstein steer and heifer calves 6 to S months old (heifers are calf hood vacc.); 4 baby calves; 4 year old polled Shorthorn bull from Blum herd; 11 - Sheep • 11 7 Suffolk ewes; 4 Suffolk lambs; Feed 2500 bales of clover and alfalfa hay (put up without rain); 1000 bales of straw (hag and ftraw will be piled in 100 and 200 bale piles): HORSE 3 year 1-3 Arabian mare (well broke and gentle); 600 Chickens 4W Hamilton leghorn pullett; 200 year old Ames Hybred hentf Furniture OoA- dinning room table with 6 chair, 2 leaves «fc formica fop; Oa* china flosat (matching set, very nice); Signature copper tone electric i ovtn stove (new); MMI2ft,windrower; Continentml stalk cutter; Speed jack,' 300.gaL gas barrel £ stand; SO ft. Magrath hay elevator; Wood saw; Air compressor with 3-4 Hf. motor; 2 Charlgnn hydraulic pumps; 10ft. walkin hog feeder; 2 Round hog feeders; Grain and hag bank on wheels; Hag bunk; Feed bunk; Calf hay and feed bunk; Chicken and hog waterers and feeders; Several other items," Milk Equip. / unit DeLaval maker with new pump, 4 pails and 1VS pile /.; Pickup 1949 Ford 3-4 ton pickup, 6 cyL, good rubber, 7x8 box; Usual Auction Terms Not Retponsible for Accident* A'o Proper^ Remooed Until Settled For Evert Ellis, owner A- & Clark- Auehonm •« Kmnwl Countu State Hank- «/ K*H.rrnl, Webster, Clark

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