The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 6, 1966 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 6, 1966
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4-Algona (la.) Upper D« Mefntt Tuesday, Dec. 6, Square Dance Season Opens At Ledyard LEDYARD - A beginners class In square dancing will begin here Dec. 5 at the town hall. Jim Modrell of Algona will be the Instructor. Anyone interested Is invited to attend this class and a night for regular lessons will be set that evening. The new year for the Farmers and Charmers Square Dance Clab begins in January and new officers will be installed. Dues should also be paid at that time. - o - FUND DRIVE ON The Boy Scout fund drive began with a kick-off meeting at the home of the chairman, Leon McCoy, Saturday evening. Both the town and country residents will be contacted. Solicitors are Everett Thompson, Maurice Keil, Byron Hoffman, Rev. Victor Vrieson, Tony Kollascb, Virgil Gelhaus, Harold Warner, Paul Nltz, Charles Reese, Kenneth Reese, Carlyle Engelby, Inrln Brandt, Orville Brandt, Earl Cowln, Jeremiah Sullivan, Delbe rt Wentworth and Supt. Gilbert DeBoer. The fund drive will be completed in a week, ending Dec. 3. - o - SET MEETING The Legion Auxiliary will meet Dec. 6 at 1:45. There win be a 50$ gift exchange. Lunch will be pot-luck. - o - INFANT PASSES Mr. and Mrs. den Lloyd received word Monday that the infant daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lloyd Sunday afternoon had died early that morning. She lived about eight hours. Eugene is stationed at Sheppard Air Force Base. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Smith of Lakota are the maternal grandparents. - o - The Grace circle of the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church will meet Friday to pack Christmas boxes for servicemen, children's and old folk's homes. Anyone in the congregation who wishes may contribute cookies for the boxes. The ladies ask that they be wrapped two to a package in aluminum foil for better packing. Contributions should be at the church by Friday morning. The KC's are serving a pancake and sausage breakfast Sunday morning following both masses. Proceeds from the breakfast will be used for the children's Christmas party which will be held In December. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cayler and family and Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Haag were Thanksgiving guests at the Bernard Reilly home. Lyle Haag, Ames, spent the afternoon with them. He came to spend the weekend with his parents, returning to Ames Sunday. PORTLAND By Mrs. Victor Ffteh Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Spear and family, and Mrs. Forest Willis were guests in the Robert Spear home Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Dean MdUrary and family of Norwalk were Friday visitors in the Robert Spear home. Mr. and Mrs. 8. R. Parsons spent Thanksgiving In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hanna, Lone Rock. Mrs. Viola McDonald of Sioux City spent the weekend visiting In the S. R. Parsons home. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Rlngsdorf and boys of Esthervllle and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Seefeld and Bret of Wesley were Thanksgiving supper guests in the Donald Ringsdorf home. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hanson and family, Swea City, Betty Hanson of Iowa City and Curtis of Faifleld, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Glamm and family of St. Clair, and Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Bart- PUBLIC AUCTION We will hold a public auction on the farm located from Armstrong 6 miles west on Highway 9, then 3 milea north ; or from Dolliver, i mile south, half mile east and 1 mile south, on : Thursday December 8 SALE STARTS AT 12:30 PM. LUNCH ON GROUNDS Beef Cattle • 56 i ; . -. ~- • . • •— ' ^^^^ Tractors 1956 400 Case tractor with eagle hitch, new rubber, belt pulley, completely overhauled, 2 yrs. ago M Farmall completely overhauled with new rubber and belt pulley; Clar&Jk Clark — Auctioneers 11 Black Angus & Angus Cross bred 3 year old bred heifers; 7 Hereford and Shorthorn bred cows; 3—2 year old steers; 2—2 year old heifers; 8 yearling steers; 7 yearling heifers; 20 spring calves; Power Machinery 4Q.ft. Owatotina 22 inch wide el- McCormick Deering 13 ft. 6 in. ectric Model 210 (like new); No. 37 disc, greaseless bearing McCormick Deering 12 fa field 18 in. blades, 9 L inch 8pacings; cultivator, 5 years old; John Deere no. 620 3-bottom 14 n 450A McCormick Deering corn trip bottom plow (like new); planter, fert. attachments, 3-14" Case hydraulic plow; Gandy insecticide, extension New Idea 4 bar side delivery; corn boxes, rubber press New Holland semi-mounted wheels and greaseless disk mower; openers (like new); Casweel loader; 4 section drag with Noble evener John Deere drive on hoist; CULTIVATORS - McCormick-Deering 461 4-row cultivator with rubber guage wheels and hydraulic cylinders 5 McCormick 455 4-row with rubber guage wheels and hydraulic cylinder*". TOOLS - We will start with all of Harry Hansen's hand tools including big and small pipe wrenches, socket wrenches, big and small end wrenches, box end wrenches, punches and chisels, ring compressor, large tool chest, etc. FEED - 900 bales of 2nd cutting alfalfa hay. BUILDINGS - 14x24 garage; 10x12 brooder house MISCELLANEOUS - 11x28 tractor chains, bunks, feeders,etc. SIQ CHRISTIANSEN WILL SELL THE FOLLOWING i Oliver ?? tractor ; Oliver 2-row pull-type picker; 15 ft, disc; J.D. field cultivator ; Case 3-bottom plow ; J,D, 2-16" plow? flexible lever drag; IHC 4-row corn plater w/fert, attachment 5 IHC 2-row planter; New Idea tractor mowerj wagon and flare box with hoist; wagon and flare ,box; HeatHouser; tractor umbrella; trailer type sprayer} 8x12 tarp; some good used lumber; steel posts; wood posts; woven and barbed wire; well pipe; garden hose; windmill iron; endgate seeder; 12x14 brooder house USUAL AUCTION TERMS . No property removed until settled for EINER HANSEN [ Firit Trust & Savings Bank of Armstrong — Clerk lett and family of Keister, Minn., were guests in the Lloyd Bartiett home Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Baum and Marvalee of Clear Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Schwietert, Bart, and Patty Schwietert of Des Moines were dinner guests in the E. C. Schwietert home Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving dinner guests in the George Koestler home were Mrs. Tbecla Chrlstensen, Mrs, Lillian Meinzer and Ronald Presthus, all of Bart. Vickie Koestler came home from State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls, to spend Thanksgiving witt her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Koestler of Burt. Mr. and Mrs. John Smldt and family, Bart, Mrs. Goodwin Bergerad and family of Woden and Warner Smldt, Sr. spent Thanksgiving In the Melndert Smldt home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sarchet entertained the Arnold Heise family of Corwlth at a Saturday evening supper. Other guests were Gertrude Thornbury of Corwith, Mr. and Mrs. Don Meyer of Minneapolis, Jessie Sarchet of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sarchet and family of Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Arend and family were Thanksgiving dinner guests in the Mike Arend home, Algona. Other guests were Rose and Christine Arend. That evening Mr. and Mrs. Paul Arend went to Lakota to visit Mrs. Paul Arend's brother, Elmer Junkermeier, who has been ill. Mr. and Mrs. George Koestler attended P. birthday party Sunday evening La the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Koestler in honor of their granddaughter, Carla's third birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Bengston and family were Thanksgiving dinner guests in the Clarence Ackerman home, Titonka. The Burt Presbyterian women packed five boxes for servicemen the day of U. P. W. BOMS were sent to David Rasmuscen, Conrad Graham, George Patterson, Jlmmie Smith and Jack Credo, husband of Marshal Dremmel. Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhorter 'spent Thanksgiving at Minneapolis in the home of Mrs. Mil- LEGAL NOTICES dred Harrington. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker, Mr. and Mrs. George Becker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley and family and Mrs. Tbees Scfanakenberg, Mrs. Ethel Haloes, Daryl and Ron Drager attended a birthday party in the Martin Becker home in honor of Martin Becker's 77th birthday. Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley baked the birthday cake. Mrs. LueUa McWhorter and Joyce Keith will be hostesses Dec. 6 at 9:30 a. m. for a Republican's Woman's Coffee. Gordon Carlisle of Dearer, Colo, spent a few days recently, in the Earl Ackerman home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sarchet were Thanksgiving guests in the Kenneth Sarchet home. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Romstad of Des Moines, Jessie Sarchet, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sarchet and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sarchet and Lisa, all of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Walter McCormlck and Mrs. Mable Van Horn, all of West Bend. "Tie school of suffering graduates rare scholars." BLOOD DONOR New Market rural letter carrier, Estel Combs was presented with a certificate and pin at Veterans Day service there for having been donor of 5 gallons of blood in the Red Cross program. BIRTHDAYS During one week last month three Iowa Falls residents celebrated birthdays which totaled 292 years. Mrs. Annie C. Bullls was 100 years old; A. R.Calkins was 98 years old; and Mrs. Anna Lord was 94 years old. NOTICE All travel presently located on A land the Federal Government U'; buyint? for the Saylorville Reter- " voir will be relocated to.iites outride the recervoir area. / Next of kin and croups control- line cemeteries and graves involved will be contacted by Government representatives. Any information would be appreciated concerning public or private cemeteries or individual graves, other than those listed below and believed to be located on land to be bought for this project. This information should be reported to: Des Moines Real Estate Project Office. Building 69 Gruber Street Fort Des Molne« Des Moines, Iowa 50315 All of the following known graves nre located in Boone and Polk Counties: • Hopkins Grove Cemetery in SE<4 of'Section 20 of Union Township, 3tt miles northwest of Polk City, off Highway 45, Polk Count Win- sLlon-34 ffSy Ship. Boone County, Iowa. 1 (80 & 82) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 9047 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Anna Clnk, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONSINTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Anna Cink, Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 28th day of November, I960, the last will and testament of Anna Clnk, deceased, bearing date of the llth day of March, 1958, was admitted to probate In the above named court and that Martha M. Grandgenett and Helen A. Wingert were appointed executors of said estate. Notice is further given that any action to set aside said will must be brought in the district court of said county within one year from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file 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 28th day of November, 1966. Martha M. Grandgenett Helen A. Wingert Executors of said Estate H. J. Bode Attorney for said Executors Woden, Iowa Date of second publication: 6th day of December, 1966. (91 & 92) happi at Christmas with a new : electric aoohance Algona Municipal Utilities PUBLIC AUCTION A* I have decided to quit farming, I will hold a public auction on the farm located 4tt mile* Eatt of Algona on highway 18 on FRIDAY, DEC. 9 Sal. Tim«-1:00 P.*A. 31 - HEAD OF DAIRY CATTLE - 31 Cow No. 1 — 1 st calf, fresh with twins. Cow No. 2 — 2nd calf, fresh 30 days. 8 — Springing Holstein Cows, coming with 2nd and 3rd calves. 4 — Holstein Cows, 2nd and 3rd calf Cows bred and due to start freshening early spring. 1—15 month old purebred Holstein Bull. (If you're looking for a good Bull, this one will surely do.) 5 — Small Holstein Calves. 5 - Holstein Heifers, 250-400 Ibs., CHV. 4 - Holstein Bull Calves, 250-400 Ibs. MACHINERY 1 - WD.45 A.C., 1955, wide front, 13" tires, motor, transmission, hydraulic system A-1 cond. - WC '38 A.C., good shape. — Buzz saw on stand, folding table. — Judson Pert. Spreader, 10' on rubber. - Water Wagon, 1,000 gal. tank. — Rubber tired Running Gear, flat rack. — Humboldt Loader, manure and snow scoop. — A.C. 3-14 Slat Bottom Plow. - Flat Rack. — Case Baler, twine tie, 1959 model 130. - T New Idea Mower, 2 Sickles. 2 — Manure Spreaders, 4-wheeled. 1 — Mussey Clipper Combine, 6', PTO. 1 - Oliver Field Cultivator. 1 — A.C. 4-row Cultivator, new shovels. 2 — Running Gears, steel wheeled. 1-10' Land Roller. 1 - 8' Sprlngtooth. 1 — 3-bar Side Rake. 1 — Endgate Seeder, IH. — Sprayer Stand. — 4-section Drag. — Winpower Roto Hoe, 4-row. - 15' JD Disc. - 15' MM Disc. - 2-wheel Flat Trailer. - IH Corn Planter, with fertilizer. - Oliver 2-14 Plow. - New Idea Running Gear, wood flare box. — F-12 Farmer Tractor on steel. - Steel Wheel with wood flare box. — Rubber tired Running Gear, wood,flare box. - MM Corn Picker, 2-row. — Bearcat Hammermill, belt driven. - 4ff JD Elevator. — Overhead Wagon Hoist. - A.C. WC Mounted Picker. DAIRY EQUIPMENT 1 - 7-can Star Electric Milk Cooler, 1 - Surge Milking Machine, pipe line for 6 cows, 2 Surge Buckets. BUILDINGS 1 - 12'x 14' Brooder House. 1 - 8'x 12' Brooder House. 1 - 10* x 12' Hog House. 1 — Dog House. MISCELLANEOUS 1 — pile old Telephone 1 — 75-bu. Hog Feeder. 1 — 50-bu. Hog Feeder. 1 — 300-gal. Gas Barrel, stand and hose. 1 — Gas Brooder Stove, Woods model, 500 chick size. 1 — Olsen Hay Fork. 1 — Bench Grinder. A lot of Wood and Steel Posts. 1 - 6 YEAR OLD MARE, % SIZE INDIAN PONY. 5 — Steel Water Troughs. 1-2x8 Round Tank, near new. 1 - Round 30" x 6' Wood Tank. Several Tires. Tractor Chains and Wheel Weights. 1 — Pr. Gandy IH Boxes. 3 - Goose Incubaton, 1.6 fray, real good shape, 2-3 trays. 1 - YEARLING MARE COLT. SOME HAY Usual auction termn Not responsible for accidents; No property removed until settled for MRS. ARNOLD DANIELSON, OWNER Ronald Peck and Raymond Spencer, Auctioneers Iowa Stale Bank, Citric

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