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10-Aleene, (la.) Uppftr D«* Molnn Thurlday, F*b. 11, 1965 Lone Rock Man Is Partner In Spencer Firm Portland Club Selects Months Of Service PORTLAND - Four Corner Social Club met Feb. 2 in the home of Marian Spear. Months to serve were drawn, as follows: March - Wyona Harms; April - Janice Moore; May Vera Fitch; June-picnic; July- Marian Spear; August - Hazel Carroll; September - lola Bartlett; October - Flossie Bartlett; November - Leita Phelps; December - Christmas party; January - Marieta Zwlefel; February - Emily Larsen; March Leona Haase; April - Agnes Stewart; May - Velma Nelson; June - picnic; July - Viva Ringsdorf; August - Lonie Van Hove; September - Sandra Harms. The next meeting will be Mar. 2 in the home of Wyona Harms. JOHN COTTON A new business partnership, Abben-Cotton Farm Management and Realty, was formed Feb. 1 at Spencer. Joining Ben Abben, Spencer, in the partnership Is John M. Cotton, who for the past five years has been a farm manager, real estate salesman and appraiser at Fort Dodge. Cotton was raised on a farm near Lone Rock, and graduated from Iowa State University, majoring in agricultural business. While at the University he was a member of Alpha Zeta and Gamma Sigma Delta, agricultural honoraries. He is a member of both the Iowa and American Societies of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers , Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith and family, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Duncan and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker were Friday supper guests in the Tom Trenary home. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Marlow, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Marlow of Lone Rock and Billy Glfford went to Fort Dodge Friday to visit their sister, Mrs. Lawrence Presthus, in Lutheran hospital. Mrs. Presthus has been there about a week. Mrs. Wayne Eckels and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Melster were Sunday dinner guests in the parental P. W. Marlow home. Wayne Eckels attended guard duty over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch, Korene and Judy were Saturday supper guests in the George Hix home. Several Portland farm families attended the open house at the i JUST ARRIVED! ANOTHER 1 St FROM CZHAIVIF* NEW FEEL FLOATING i i i i i GREATEST INVENTION IN HAT MAKING SINCE THE DISCOVERY OF FELTING I FITS ALL HEAD SHAPES AND SIZES . , . EVEN LONG OVALS AND ROUND OVALS — PERFECT FIT WITH THESE 3 ^TBTOHLlM SIZES ^^ ^J * I • ^^ ••IPBBwF SMALL MEDIUM LARGE TRY ONE TODAY! ZENDER'S Quality Clothing For Men & Boy* i i i I Titonka locker plant, run by Mr. and Mrs. Russ Krominga, and also John Deere Day, sponsored by J. R. Schutjer, at Titonka Feb. 5. Mrs. Bernard Phelps returned home from a Mason City hospital Tuesday after spending about two weeks there. Mrs. Phelps Is getting along fine. Merle Phelps also arrived In Mason City Friday from Rockford, 111. where he stopped off to visit his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kromlnga and family. Merle has been in the service the past two years. Portland Progress Club will meet Feb. 18 in the home of Mrs. Eva Shipler, with Vera Fitch assistant hostess. Fun time, Arlene Wood and Edith Jandl. "Better to serve God in solitude than sin with the multitude." St. Joe Shower Honors Algona Girl Feb. 7 ST. JOE - Phyllis Dlmond was honored at a pre-nuptlal shower Sunday In St. Joseph's school hall, with relatives and friends attending the courtesy. Assisting the honoree with her gifts were Mary Sue Reding, Mrs. Albert Berte and Mrs. Ronald Illg. The afternoon was spent playing 500 with Mrs. Roger Bormann and Mrs, Ralph Kramer receiving high and second high prizes. Mrs, Math Weydert received the door prize. Miss Dlmond, daughter of Mrs. Marie Dlmond, Algona, will be the bride of Tom Reding, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reding, St. Joe, on Saturday, Feb. 20, in St. Cecelia's Catholic church at 11 a. m. Mrs. E, J. Gales entertained her 500 club Thursday, with Mrs. Eugene Zelmet, Mrs. Ed Bormann and Mary Jane Orlger, guests. Receiving prizes were Mrs. Tony Becker, Mrs. Eugene Zelmet and Mrs. Peter Bormann. Mrs. Joe Sinnwell entertains club Feb. 17. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Reding and Mrs. Don Illg returned home Sunday from Rochester, Minn., where they spent the past week. OTTOSEN •y Mm. Denold Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zinnel, accompanied by Mrs. Art Zinnel of West Bend, were Saturday overnight and Sunday guests of relatives at Worthington, Minn. The home of Carl Zinnel of Worthington was destroyed by fire last week. Carl Zinnel is a brother of Edward. Mrs. Clara Solberg celebrated a birthday Tuesday. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Lenhard Holden. Belated birthday visitors, who came Thursday night, were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Brodale, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Klnne and Mr. and Mrs. Arne Jotten. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kropf of Ruthven are parents of a daughter born Feb. 5. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kropf, grandparents, went to Ruthven to stay with them for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Worby entertained 11 couples at a card party Saturday night, Mrs. Louis Jacobson had high score for women and Mrs. Olvin Haug low. Dean Telford had high score for men and James Jacobson low, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Wehrspann had travel. Mrs. Oliver Kinseth celebrated a birthday Saturday, Sunday dinner guests at her home in honor of the birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kinseth and family and Mr. and Mrs, Mount 0. Kinseth and family of Algona. Afternoon visitors were Mr, and Mrs. James Barber and Rhonda of West Bend and Mr. and Mrs. Olvin Haug. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schultz and Todd went to De Smet, So, Dak. over the weekend where they visited at the home of Mrs, Schultze's sister, the R. M. Brandts. They also visited Mr. Schultze's mother, Mr,s. Hulda Schultz, who is in the hospital. Tim Schultz stayed at the Conrad Johnsons and Debbie Schultz stayed with the Ralph Jacobsons during their parent's absence. Allan Watnem broke the ring finger on his left hand Wednesday while sorting sows. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hellickson were Thursday supper guests at the Alvin Fossel home at Thor. They celebrated the birthdays of Mrs. HellicksonandMrs. Glenn Wlgans of Thor, and the Fossels wedding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Erling Maimin attended the twenty-fifth wedding anniversary open house for Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wallace at their home at Gilmore City Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Enockson of Humboldt visited Mrs. W, G. Cooper Sunday and at the Roy Enockson home Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Blanchard of Lone Rock were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Chester Almes'. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Richards went to Iowa Falls Sunday where they spent the day with Mrs. Leona Warrior. Mr. and Mrs. Nick De Francisco of Des Molnes spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jacobson. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Tofteberg and Dallas were Sunday dinner guests at the Wesley Gravland home at Curlew. Mrs. Ed Nessen and Mary of West Bend and Mr. and Mrs. Randy Watnem of Humboldt were Sunday dinner guests at the Percy Watnems. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Merle Faulk and Monte of Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Adams and Harry Adams of Humboldt and Mr. and Mrs. Amos Hertz of Laurens were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Beulah Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Jones and family were Sunday dinner guests at a family gathering at the Clifford Jones home at Rolfe. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Watnem and family were Sunday supper guests at the Harry Barkve Jr. home at Cylinder. Kindergarten Round-Up Set At Ledyard LEDYARD - March 16 has been set as the date for the kindergarten round-up for the Ledyard Community school. Letters have been mailed to parents with dental cards and medical forms enclosed. These are to be filled out and brought to the meeting, along with the child's birth certificate. For the 1965-1966 school year a child must be 5 years old on or before September 15 in order to be eligible to attend kindergarten. This meeting is for parents only. Mr. and Mrs. Foster Hartman of Thompson are the parents of a son born on February 2 at the Buffalo Center hospital. He weighed 7 Ibs., 6 oz., and has been named Craig Foster. Mrs. rtartman Is the former LaVonne •; Kramersmeier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kramersmeier. Marvin Klinksiek, son of the Howard Klinksieks, submitted to a tonsilectomy at the Blue Earth hospital Wednesday. A family dinner was held on Sunday in honor of the fifty- first wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. August Klinksiek, which was Feb. 4. Clarence Blome has pur chased the home of Mrs. Tom Lynch. Mr. and Mrs. John Carpenter of Omaha are parents of their second daughter. She was born Feb. 2 and has been named Julie Ann. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Orrie Udstuen and Mr. and Mrs. E. A, Carpenter. G. V. Kelling was discharged from the Buffalo Center Clinic Tuesday. He had been a patient there for ten days. Mrs. J. F. Sullivan and Jeremiah were in Minneapolis on Sunday where they visited Madonna Sullivan, who had surgery at the Abbott hospital there, and with the R, C. Nehotte family. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Keil and Scott were Sunday night dinner guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kaphengst in Elmore. Mr. and Mrs. Kaphengst were observing their wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Busch and Mr. and Mrs. John Richardson returned home on Wednesday from a two-week trip west. They visited Leo Busch at Las Vegas and other relatives and friends in California and made other stops enroute home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jorgenson joined neighbors in a farewell party for the Richard Countryman family at their home Saturday night. The Countrymans will be moving to their new home near Titonka in about a week. Mr. and Mrs. Caryl Owen of Wlnnebago are the parents of a son born Feb. 1 at Wlnnebago hospital. He weighed 7 Ibs., 1 oz. Mrs. Owen is the former Delores Junkermeier, daughter of Mrs. Lou Junkermeier. The Parent-Teacher organization will meet Feb. 22. Soren Pederson will show pictures taken in Alaska this past summer while he and Mrs. Pederson visited there. Program committee is Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Keil, chairmen, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Dontje and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. John Kramersmeier head the refreshment committee. Mrs. Harley Troutman, Sr. of Algona, district secretary of promotion for the WSCS of the Methodist church, will visit the general meeting of the Ledyard WSCS Thursday. Mrs. Troutman will speak briefly following the program. Mrs. E. A. Carpenter is program chairman and hostesses will be Mrs. Lauren Thompson and Mrs. Howard Thompson. The campaign for funds for the Iowa Heart Association is under way in Ledyard with Mrs. E. A. Carpenter as chairman of the drive. Ladies who are assisting her are Mrs. Dallas Green, Mrs. John Manthei, Mrs. Everett Thompson, Mrs. Harold Warner, Mrs. Lloyd Jorgenson and Mrs. Fred Dutton. The northeast circle of the Rosary Society met Feb. 2 at the home of Mrs. S. L. Powers. The chairman Mrs. Frank Rotterman, reported on last month's meeting, and also lead discussions regarding future events. Mrs. Imelda Engesser of Algona gave a talk about her trip to the National D. C. C. W. Convention in Washington, D. C. after, which Bonnie Becker and Margaret Powers reported on the Diocesan convention at Sioux City. Lunch was served by the hostess. Aubrey Waterhouse entered the hospital at Mankato for tests Friday. Mrs. Ray Estle was a dinner guest at the Leon McCoys Friday evening in observance on Mark McCoy's birthday. Mrs. J. F. Sullivan and Jeremiah met Mr. and Mrs. Glen Burrow at Perry, Saturday. They returned from a six week visit with their daughter and family, the DeWain Wilcoxes in California. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jorgenson and boys were at the Walter Hanses Saturday evening to help Mr. Hans celebrate his birthday. Terry Roseboro and a friend, Bob Scott of Colorado Springs, Colo., visited the Clayton Rose- boros from Wednesday noon until Friday. Terry reported to Fort Leonard Wood, Sunday, for six months training in the National Guard. Mrs. Charles Hilferty was re- leased from the Buffalo Center Clinic, Jan. 28. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Halverson, Steven and Lynn of Blue Earth, visited Mrs. Marie Halverson and Marvel, Sunday. Mrs. Marlin Runksmeier was a medical patient at the Blue Earth hospital several days SEE IT LOAD... BRADY FLAIL-TYPE REAR-END . . . 4ND yOU'll SEE HOW thlt "torture • tested" BRADY SPREADER con be a real time- layer for your farm operation! e MAINTENANCE FREI- 1tw worXIni pirti mun no broktn aproni, Jimmtd bttt«ri, brok«n chiini, e SPREADS FROM THE REAR- Ilki i iprudir ihould. No mitiriil on drlvir, It'i (hi "forwird-looklni" iprudir. t FLAIL-TYPE UNIFORM . PULVERUED SPREADING- no chimki, no pll lle Throttle OVER-THE-FENCE OR FEEDLOT LOADING . . . Just lift (be lid and load It. Highly maneuverablei (be Brady can be backed right next to the feedlot fence, within easy reach of loader. Saves countless trips off and on tractor. Picks up any material, including cobs. ind fur controlled dimity. • HANDLES ALL MATERIAL— wit, dry or froiin—Id ill (hi limi to thi Bridy. Idul lor bidding and cobt. • OVER-BUILT, ALL STEEL CONSTRUCTION- rumd coppir burlng ite«l conitructlon, rutt-rulitant prlm» coit. _ • TORTURE-TESTED OVER J I FROM THi IARN CliANiR 77T YEARS— I F^ right underneath all standard with iviry t>pt of mitirin I make barn cleaners. Just dump it in undtr iviry condition, in in • the middle of spreader. No distri- typu cf wuthjr. | but | on problem. CAU US FOR FRIB PBMON9TRATION ON VOWR FARM 6USCHER BROS, IMPL. FARM SAL A« I h«v* told my farm ind will quit farming, 1 will sell the followinq described items ft th« *«rm located 1 mil* louth and 1 mil* w*st of Woden, la.; or 6 miles ea?t ar.d 2 milt* tooth of Titonka on ... WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17 Lunch On Grounds Sale Starts 12:30 1969 Ford'981'Tractor Select-O-Sp«ed, Wide Front, Power Steering, 2,200 actual hours. 1948 Ford 8N Tractor w/Horn Loadar, Manure • Snow Bucket. Massey Harris Clipper Combine w/ windrower spreader & PTO AC Field Chopper w/Corn Hay Head Ford 7 Ft. Tractor Mounted Mower w/ windrower Ford 2-row Cultivator Oliver 3-btm. Plow, VM4-16 AC Blower w/40 ft. pipe 2-row Mounted Corn Planter IHC Tractor Spnsadar 8 ft. IHC Binder, used for windrowlng Ford 12 Ft. Mounted Disc 4'Sec. Harrow w/Foldlng Evener 3-sec. Kover Field Cultivator 2 Wheel Implement Trailer 2 — 4 Wheel Trailer w/Sleel Box 5-iec. Kover Field Cultivator 2 Wheel Trailer 4 Wheel Trailer w/Barge Box & Hoist BUILDINGS - FEED ETC. 1 Brooder House 12x16; 2 Brooder Houses 12x14; 1 Brooder House 12x18; 1 Brooder House 10x12; 1 20x32 Building with wood floor (comes anart in sections); 1 12x18 Hog Hou'e; 2 A Typo Hog Houses; I 10x20 Sun Porch; 2 Feed Bunks 14 ft.; 1 80 gal. Hog fountain (liko new); 2 hog- waterers; 1 Pride Of Farm Round Hog Feeder; 1 Sheep Bunk for hay and grain; Chicjcen Feeders, Fountains and nests; 3 Gas Brooder Stoves'. 400 Bales Straw Aoproximately 25 ton Corn Silage 25 Bu. Certified Winter Rye Seod 4 • row Wind Power Rotary Hoe 40 Ft. Kelly Ryan Elevator 4 • sec. Galloway Harrow w/Folding Evener John Deere Tractor Spreader For Parts IHC Endgate Seeder Bale Rack — Hay Loader — Side Rake 100 Gal. Gas Barrel w/hose; 50 Gal. Oil Barrel; Slat Cribbing & Wire; Hay Forks & Shovels; other articles too numerous to mention. LIVESTOCK 25 Ewes Lambing Now 14 Bred Gilts Vac. for Cholera and Ery., Bangs teited. To start farrowing last of February. 100 Pullets 8 x 28 Trailer House w/2 6x8 Entrees, Complete with Electric Range, Refrigerator, Bathroom Fixtures. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Dining Room Table and Buffet; Piano; 2 Pedasals; Table Lamps; Oak Chairs; 2 Arm Chairs; Platform Rocker; Chrome Kitchen Set, 4 Chairs; Wringer Washing Machine; Refrigerator; 30" Coronado Electric Range (like new); Coal & Wood Cook Stove; Work Table; 3 Steel Beds with Springs; Hollywood Bed and Dresser with Mirror; Small Dresser with Mirror; Eldredge Treadle Sewing Machine; Marlin .22 cal. Automatic Rifle; 9x12 Carpet with foam rubber back; Fruit jars and Small Items. Conrad Limberg, owner DeVRIES BROS., Auctioneers FIRST STATE BANK, Woden, Clerk 1015 N. MAIN ALOONA FARM AUCTION As I have sold my farm, I will sell my personal property on the farm located from Burt, 3 miles north and 1 east; from Bancroft, 4 miles south and 1 east; from Titonka, 8 miles west on blacktop. Friday, February 12th SALE STARTS AT 12:30 P.M. FARM MACHINERY (Good condition) 1943 John Deere B Tractor, good rubber, starter & lights, John Deere heat houser. 1936 John Deere B Tractor, steel rear wheels, rubber in front with mechanical lift. These tractors are in good condition. 2-row John Deere Cultivator. 2 John Deere 2-bottom 12-in. plows. 2 John Deere 11 ft. discs/ can bo made Into a tandem disc. v 4-section John Deere lever drag. John Deere Manure Spreader. M.D. 2-row Tractor Planter with fertll- User attachment*. ' 12 ft. Kovar Spring Tooth. M.D, Endgate Seeder. 8 ft, M.D. binder, wlndrowor with canvas, M.D. Sid* Delivery Rake. John Deere 2-row Planter with tractor hitch, Woods Bros, singlt row Corn Picker in good condition. Woods Bros, single row Corn Picker for parti. 46 ft, Now Idea Elevator on stool trucks. 38 ft. Sandwich Elevator. Ntw Idea drive-on Wagon Hoist. Overhead Wagon Hoist. Speed jack, tumbling rod« and knuckloa. Minnesota 6 ft. Mower. Hay Rake. Ntw Idea Hay Loader. 9 ft. Kovar Spring Tooth. 2 4-whtol farm trailers with straight boxes, on* box «ood as new. 1 Model T traitor, 550x17 tiros, Model T trailer 30x3Vj «nd 21 In, tires- 2-whoel trailer. Manuro Spreader used for feed. Good stool wheel wagon with bale rack. 2 steel wheel wagons. Ideal hog fountain. 2x8 ft, round steel stock tank. 2x2x6 ft. brand new steel stock tank. Wood and cob tank^heater. John Deere I'/j H.P. gas engine. Good bindor canvas for 8 ft. M.D. bin- dor. 10x20 canvas, nearly new. 8x12 canvas. M.D. 4-S cream separator. Jorry sickle mower. • Circle saw. 2 food bunks. • Sulky Plow. Slat and wiro cribbing. Stool roofing and tin. 6 10-ft, Creosote posts. Creosote fonce posts and 8 ft. corner P«tti. 1 roll now 36 in. woven wiro. Some barbed wiro, now and used. 4 bundles cedar shingles. Lots of good used lumber, 2x4, 2x6.- and 2x12 ft. Some now 4x4 and 4x6 — 10 ft. 11 1x12 — 14 ft., now. Welding iron, * Good log chain, 2 fencers, 2 storage batteries, battery charger. 5 Sfrfil, barrols with faucets. Cement hog troughs, wood hog troughs, forks, shovels, tools and other miicel- lanoous articles, Coppor CUd wood and coal heater. Whlto onamol cook stove. Largo mahogany dining room table. 20x20 living House, near new, good good condition. Compute with itorm windowi and screens. UAV 250 balai Clover h»y, 250 bales Alfalfa, 150 bales straw. All inside, no rain. n *» 200 bal* stack, eutfidf, Alfalfa. Theodore Jacobson TERMS — CASH. No property removed until settled f«r, Not responiiblo for accidents. QUINN ft LiEK, Auctioneers BURT SAVINGS BANK, Clerk

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