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MEETING PLANNED A meeting of comm,'ssion on membership and Evangelism will be held Thursday at 8 p. m. with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Graham. - o - SCOUTS MET There was a meeting of Boy Scout Troop 71 Jan. 25. Roy Burrls is Scoutmaster. - o - M. Y. F. JAN. 29 Sunday, Jan. 29, Junior Methodist Youth Fellowship will have a sledding party from 2 to 5p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Brandt are counselors. At 5 p. m. the same day, the senior group will meet and hosts will be Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ellefson and Mrs. Lorraine Bixler. - o - BEL CANTO The Bel Canto Club meets Wednesday with Mrs. M. G. Bourne, assisted by Mrs. Kirk Hayes. The program, "Life and Music of Modern Classic Composers' 1 will be given by Mrs. George Sefrlt and Corrine Shimel. cvct-y LINEN SHOWER Mrs. Roger Will, Mrs. Ann Harvey and Audrey Frye are giving a linen shower Wednesday evening for LaWayne Van De- Walker whose marriage to Dir- old Skllling will take place Saturday evening in the Methodist church. Mr. Skilling is in service and is homa on a 30-day leave. He has been serving in Viet Nam and will be sent either to Germany or Ft. Sill, Okla. His bride will join him and if it is Germ=.ny, a visa will be arranged for her. He has been in Germany before and liked the location very much. - o - COUPLES CLUB Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hird- grove will be hosts to their couples club Saturday evening. - o - CLUB HOSTS Mrs. Don Fredericks will be hostess to her bridge club Jan. 26. Mrs. Ed Sindelar will entertain her bridge club Monday, Jan. 30. Mrs. A. L. Spongberg entertained her Thimble Club Monday. GUILD MEETING The Guild of the Methodist church met Jan. 23 with Mrs. Holdorf. - o - BIRTHDAY CLUB Mrs. Joe Cogley was hostess to her birthday club Jan. 11. Members are a group of neighbors. - o - t CLUB MEETINGS Betty Engstrom was hostess to her sewing club Tuesday. Mrs. Jerry Cowan entertained her bridge club last Wednesday. Mrs. Joseph Rooney's bridge club met with her Tuesday evening. - o M-D CLUB Union Township Mothers and Daughters Club met at the home of Nellie Jenkinson for a 12:30 luncheon. Twenty members were present. The group sang the happy anniversary song to two members who were observing wedding anniversaries that day, Mary Sarchet, her fifty-first, and Eva Arend, her fifty-second. Frances Dodds had charge of the program which was on figure and health. The next meeting will be Feb. 9 at the home of Camilla Metzger at 714 1/2 N. Church St., Algona. Co-hostesses are Hazel Johnson and Irene Nitchals. Roll call, "A Book I've Read." The program .'.s a book review by Bernadette Reilly. SORORITY MEETS XI-XI Chapter met Jan. 3 at the home of Katie Anderson with eleven members present. Guest speakers were Robert Black, vice president of the Citizens Advisory committee and Miles Sloniker. On Jan. 17, the Chapter met at the home of Norma Johnson with 14 members present. Following the business meeting the members addressed envelopes for the Iowa Society of Crippled Children and Adults. This is one of the service projects the XI- XI Chapter does during the year. Plans were also made to sponsor a movie at the local theatre. - o VICTORIA BRADLEY, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Joseph Bradley, Algona, has been named to the distinguished list for the semester just ended at Duchesne College in Omaha. She is one of 82 on the list. Victoria is a senior. Crash Reported Autos driven by Roger J. Uses, 23, Fenton, and Richard S.Soren- son, 77, Rlngsted, collided 2 3/4 miles aast of Fenton at 11:15 a. m. Sunday, resulting in an estimated $425 damage. Six Licenses Six wedding licenses were issued this week at the office of County Clerk Alma Pearson. They went to Larry Bierstedt and Janeane Zwiefel, Jan. 17; John S. Blankenan and Blondlna ITS' COME ON IN! YOU'RE WELCOME! CORN • SOYBEAN CLINIC ALGONA FRIDAY,FEB. Garrigan High Auditorium from 9 A.M. to 3 P.M. FREE LUNCH SERVED AT NOON IT'S # What About... SOYBEANS, The Cinderella Crop ? REGISTRATION AWARDS 9 A.M. - Tractor Radio 1 P.M. - Treatment Oiler Given by Pamline Windup Award — Portable TV WEED CONTROL - INSECT CONTROL - DRYING Visit With Clyde Might - Nat'l Corn Growing Champ Bring Yourself, Your Neighbors — An Enjoyable And Instructive Day Awaits You FEB. 10 CORN-SOYBEAN i_ i N I YOUR HOSTS : THESE SUPPLIERS AND THEIR AREA DEALERS Fust Name in Hcibidde Research SHELL CHEMICAL CO. BEHLEN And The Erpelding; and Gerald Cyphers and Janice K. Wirth, Jan. 18; John E. Hardgrove and Karen J. Kem, Jan. 19; Darold Skilling and LaWayne Van DeWalker, Jan. 20; and Dean Drum and Helen Ingebretson, Jan. 24. Plum Creek Elite The Jan. 14 meeting o! the Plum Creek Elite 4-H Club was held at Dixie Keith's house. Roll call was answered by 15 members. Talks were given by Gerry Tjaden and Roberta Zweifel. A demonstration was given by Patrice Bode. DEER Up until recently Jim Lowary of Scranton had spent 205 hours this year sitting quietly in trees. Combined with 240 hours in the same habitat last year, plus many hours of scouting, adds up to a lot of patience. But it all paid off recently when archer Lowary shot his first deer with his bow and arrow. Thursday, Jan. W, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper D«s Meln««-7 Salvation Army Drive Slated At Lone Rock LONE ROCK - This year the annual Salvation Army Drive for funds will be headed by Mrs. Jess Blanchard In Lone Rock and will get underway within the next few weeks. Appeal letters will be mailed out to the' many supporters of this organization who believe in its program of any activities carried on. In addition to the chairman, others on the local committee include A. L. Cotton, treasurer and Mrs. Fred Genrich, committee member. "Komth County'! Favorite Newspaper" PUBLIC AUCTION At the John Kirsch home just east of the Catholic Church in Whittemore on Saturday Afternoon, Jan. 28 1 P.M. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Kitchen table and 4 chairs, just like new; Duncan Phyfe dining room table, like new; L & H Refrigerator; Bedroom suite, complete, with bed, dresser and chest of drawers; 21 inch RCA T.V.; Older style davenport and chair; Steel bed complete; Old steel bed; Old chest drawers with mirror; Old style rocker; Some antique furniture and tools; Many dishes, some antique; Suitcases, pictures, end table, lamps, hamper, rocker; Perfection oil burner stove; 1 auto battery charger; Electric jig saw, V* in. electric drill, table saw with electric motor, and many good tools and other items too numerous to mention. TERMS: Cask No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents should any occur. JOHN P. KIRSCH, owner Charley Quinn, Auctioneer Farmers State Bank, Whittemore. Clerk Mrs. Jim Butler has the following articles: Wire stretcher; Post auger; Tank heater; Miscellaneous tools; Grease gun filler can; 2 crow bars; Sprayer for tractor; Double bit axe; 50 gal. gas barrel and stand; Speed jack; Heavy duty log chain; Pickax; Cob fork; Heavy duty jack; 2 piece carpenter square; Carpenter saw; 2 man wood saw; 2 piece hay slings; Wagon canvas. FARM AUCTION I will holfJ a complete closing-out auction on the farm located 3^ miles south of Emmetsburg on highway 17 on east tide of road, on: TUESDAY, JANUARY 31,1967 SALE TIME- 12:30 Mehan Lunch Wagon on Grounds 36 - HEAD OF LIVESTOCK - 36 19 Hereford Cows, bred to Purebred Hereford Calf; 10 Hereford and Black Whiteface Steer Calves; 5 Hereford and Black Whiteface Heifer Calves; 1 Registered Hereford Bull, 3 yri. old Papers Furnished; 1 Holstein Steer. Above cows are pregnancy and bangs tested, Bull was turned in June 26. Above heifer calves are calf- hood vaccinated. JOHN DEERE MACHINERY 1964 John Deere 4010 Gas Tractor, with 3 point hitch, wide front, radio, heat houser, cylinder and hoses; 1964 John Deere RG 4 Rear-Mount Cultivator; 1964 John Deere R Manure Spreader; 1966 John Deere AW 14' Wheel Tandem Disc; 1962 John Deere 4-Row Rotary Hoe; John Deere 21' Disc; John Deere No. 5 Tractor Mower 7'; John Deere 490 Bean Planter, Hyd. lift; John Deere 20' Portable Elevator.. INTERNATIONAL MACHINERY 1951 IHC M Gas Tractor, 9 Speed transmission new tires, overhauled one year ago; Farmall F-20 Tractor; IHC 2 ME Corn Picker, new snapping rolls this fall, mountings for M, MTA or 400; IHC No. 16 4-14" Plow IHC 448 Cultivator; IHC 4-Bar Side Rake; IHC 440 Corn Planter with fertilizer and disc openers; IHC Endgafe Seeder. OTHER MACHINERY Formers Friend 52' Elevator-Speed Jack-Overhead Hoist; Case No. 77 Combine with PTO and Scour Kleen; New ^Holland Running Gear with Midwest hoist, with 6'xlO' barge box; Electric Running Gear with hoist and 6x12' barge box; 2 Running Gears with boxes; Heavy Duty Running Gear with Truck Tires and 8'x14' Truck box; Humboldt Stalk Cutter; MM 16' Disc; Covar 16' Spring Tooth; John Deere 20' Portable Elevator; John Deere Ensilage Cutter, Old; 4 Section Flexible Draq- Winter Stubble Turner. MISCELLANEOUS 1966 Sears & HP Motor Riding Mower with 42" Cut, like new; Tarn Riding Mower with 4% HP Motor with 24" Cut; 14' Walk-ln Hog Feeder; 4 Wheel Weights; 2 Sets of 12"x38" Tractor Chains; 3-14' Feed Bunks; 18' Hay Bunk; Set of 12" x 38" Tires; Air Compressor; Vise; Anvil; 2 Electric Fencers; Machine Jack; Forks, Shovels, Spades, and other items too numerous to mention FEED 1,000 Bales Alfalfa Hay, been inside; 400 Bales Straw 300 Bushels Ear Corn. 1950 CHEVROLET % TON PICKUP with combination box, overload springs, new rear tires and overhauled last summer. Usual Auction Terms - No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible in case of accidents ROY FRY, OVMER Mehan, Bensen and Clark, Auctioneers Pclo Alto County State Bank, Emmetsburg, Clerk STOP BUYING ... NEW MACHINERY ... NEW VEHICLES COME ON Old Manure Spreaders, Discs, Plows, Tractors you may be heading for the Museum but you can still do a job. Papa is caught in the Price Squeeze I Come on you "Bolt Eater/' I'll fix you up with some nice new wire ! Old Spreader, you have done a lot of nasty jobs for me. Now I'll take you to the local dealer for a face lifting ! MAYBE IT WILL ALL HELP TO KEEP OUR EQUIPMENT COSTS WITHIN REASON Farm production costs are at an all time high and are forecast to move upward. Most major corporations are recording the highest profits in all their history. Interest rates are at the highest level in 45 years. Farm prices are hovering around the 80% of parity level. KOSSUTH FARMER UNION ?T a campaign ogainit our own local art< who set tht priwf will g«t our mti»agt. p^^^^l^^^^^^^^^^^^—1^^-—^_—1^^^—-^^^-^^——^^^^^ *« the manu.