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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 16, 1965
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TOE SURE WAY TO'GEf ' fASTEST RESULTS! * PHONE 295.3535 • 6c PM Word, Cash in Advance 7c Per Word, Charged UDM Want .Ads Reach 6,000 Families Each Week! Algona Upper Dei Molnes Classified Rates FOR SALE, gen'l FOR SALE - Kimball Consolette blonde piano, 10 years old. Phone 2601, Bode. (12tfn) WESTMAN SILOS Now is the time to get that silo ordered and get In on Early Discount Van Dale unloaders and bunk augers. BROTHERTON DIST. CO. G1LMORE CITY, IOWA (6-13*) FOR SALE - Purebred Duroc full open gilts. Would make good brood sows. Market price plus $10head. W. J. STEWART, Hurt, la. Ph. 4R96. (12tf) •" FOR SALE - Purebred Duroc sows, bred to farrow Feb. and March; would make good 4-H projects. W. J. Stewart, Burt, phone 4R-96. (6 tfn) FOR SALE - Hampshire boars, serviceable age, Bangs tested and Immune. Joseph Skow, Wesley. (10-23*) LAMBS WMAfWU Every WEDNESDAY We Buy Ewes, Bucks & Lambs WE HAVE PLENTY OF ORDERS FOR CHOICE TO PRIME LAMBS ! We buy them all, but you get Top Market For Grain Fed Lambs, So Feed 'Em Enough. DELIVERY EVERY WEDNESDAY (With Your Hogs, Too, If Yotf Wish) PHONE 295-2411 WESTERN, BUYERS FARM AUCTION As I am discontinuing farming, will sell all personal property -at auctton on - yiRDAY, FEB. 20 arfiOO p.irT SHARP Johnson's Lunch on Grounds LOCATION - 3 Miles West of the Blue Earth Swimming Pool •'or - 2 miles East of Guckeen then 1 mile South, 1 mile East and 1/2 mile South. 52 - HEAD CHOICE HOLSTEIN CATTLE -52 <•• * 9 cows freshened in September - Bred Back; * 4 cows freshened in October-Bred Back; * 3 cows freshened in Nov. & Dec. Bred Back; * 7 cows freshened In July & Aug. - Bred Back; * 2 cows dry now - to freshen last of March; 6 - 2-yr. old Holsteln heifers to freshen in August and September; 7 - Hol- steln steers - 6 months old; 3 - Holstein heifers - 6 months old; 6 - Holstein heifers - 3 months old and under; 5 - Holstein steers - 3 months old and under. AVE. HERD TEST FOR THE YEAR - 3.6% ' • NOTE - Here is a herd of Holstein cows that originated from the well-known Schwen-Paschke herd. The cows are large, typy Holsteins with good udders. All cattle will be T. B. and Bangs tested - ready to move anywhere. MACHINERY ' 2 - TRACTORS - 1958 John Deere "620" Tractor, fully equipped with a set of new 13.6 x 38 tires. This tractor is very clean; 1951 John Deere "B" Tractor, fully equipped and recently overhauled. PICK UP - 1959 CMC 3/4-ton Pick Up with box. Has 4-speed transmission. This pick up is In like new cond. J. D. POWER MACHINERY - John Deere No. "55" 3-btm. 14-in. Plow with hydraulic lift and throw-aways; John Deere 2-bottom 14-inch Plow with throw-away lays; John Deere model "L" Tractor Spreader; John Deere 7-foot Tractor Mower; John Deere 2-row Cultivator; John Deere 40-ft, Grain Elevator with PTO. ' OTHER POWER MACHINERY - Case 'A-6' Combine, complete with motor PTO drv., Hume reel, scour clean; Case 2-row Picker-Sheller; Allis-Chalmers 4-bar PTO drive Rake; Hum- boidt Manure Loader, snow bukt.; I. H. C. 8-foot Wheel Tandem Disk; I. H. C. 2-row Corn Planter with fertilizer attach.; Kover 9-ft. Field Cult.; Lindsay 4-sec. lev. flex. Drag & Evener; Woods Bros, single row Corn Picker; Sileage Chipper with electric motor. TRAILERS - Mack heavy-duty 4-wheel Trailer with wood flare box - Overhead Hoist; Iverson heavy-duty Trailer, with new 16-in. rubber and wood flare box; 4-wheel Trailer with triple box and I. H. C. Endgate Seeder. MISCELLANEOUS - 300-gal. overhead Gas Tank and Stand; 250-bushel Walk-in Hog Feeder; 2 - steel Hog Feeders; 160- gallon steel Water Tank; 2 - 14-foot Feed Bunks; Hog Troughs and other feed, equipment; 10 x 36 Tractor Chains; 2-1/4 hgrse power Electric Motors. HAY & SILEAGE - 800 Bales of Alfalfa Hay; Approximately 20 tons of Corn Sileage. USUAL AUCTION TERMS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS Herb Schwen & Cord Laue OWNERS Wayne Wagner & Herman Wedel, Auctioneers FIRST NATIONAL BAh. :nj-.., Clerk FOR SALE - Victor adding machines, either manual or electric, 10 key or full keyboard. Compact, economical, efficient. - At the Upper Des Molnes Publishing Co. office supply department. (TF) WANTED HELP WANTED Full or part time Need two ladles full time, 5 part- time, over 18. Tough boss, good hours, great pay. Car helpful. Call 295-2208 for Interview appointment. (12-13) WANTED - Secretary In superintendent's office at Sentral high school, to begin March 1. Apply In person to D. G. KEOPPEL, Fenton, la. (12) "PART-TIME, FULL-TIME $1.80 - $2.80 per hour. Married or single. Male or Female. Choose own hours part time. Full time 48 hours week. See WM. EPPING, Algona Hotel, Algona, Tuesday, February 16th, 6 to 8 p. m." (12) WANTED - Custom shelling. JOHN WAGNER, phone 2953082, Algona. (12-14-16*) WANTED - Retailer to handle complete line of coin and stamp supplies, need not be allied to your present business; better than usual discounts; outstanding promotional aids provided. - Please write Des Molnes Coin & Stamp Co., 1168 - 24th, Des Moines, la, 10-11-12-13 WANTED - Part or full time work by middle-aged woman. Write Box 69-V c/o of Algona Upper Des Moines. (11-12*) tool Estatt FOR SALE - 3 bedroom house at 419 North Jones, Algona. (12tfn) FOR LEASE - Basement of K. S. Cowan building. Approx. 5600 sq. ft. Accoustical tile ceiling. Air conditioned. Street entrance. K. S. Cowan, Ph. 2953870, Algona, la. FOR SALE - To settle John N. Kollasch Estate. Excellent 120 acre farm, located 2 miles north and 1/2 mile east of Whittemore, Iowa. New corn crib and machine shed. Excellent soil, well drained. Contact L. E. Linnan, Executor, Algona, Iowa. (11-12) FOR SALE - Well located 3- bedroom home, new, with garage. Carpeted throughout, excellent shape, built-in oven and stove, recreation room, etc. Owner needs larger home. This house is eligible for financing, G-I, FHA, any type. Located at 202 South Main. Phil Diamond, 295-5595 or 295-5376. (8 tf) New York state has 70,000 miles of waterways. Curtom Drapery Headquarter! •y A Decorating Consultant B« Sure — Be Right See Bjuttrom Furniture, Algona For Rent TueHay, Feb. 16, 1965 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines-7 FOK RENT - 3 room apartment, close In, private en-; trance, private bath, laundry facilities. •- Call at BJustron> Furniture. ' 27tfn FOR RENT - 5 Bedroom modern house. 4 miles north of Bode. Phone 2601, Bode. (9* {n ) Honor Roll In AHS Junior Hi Is Announced Seventh and eighth grade students in Algona Junior High who placed on the past semester's Honor Roll are as follows: 8th GRADE - Tim Black, Philip Bode, Dale Brlggs, Randy Krause, Max Laird, Dean Lowman, John Morgan, David Riley, Mark Snyder, Todd Treganzaand Terry Ziesman. Linda Allen, *Kathy Buchanan, Susan Dodds, Patricia Fraser, Sandra Graham, Evelyn Haack, Pat Hopkins, *DebraHuber, Barbara Jergenson, Jean Jorgenson, Kathy McBride, *Rosemary Pendergast, Debbie Sabin, Judy Sigsbee, Karla Sjogren, Kathy Skow, Peggy Zittritsch and *Linda Schlapia. 7th GRADE - Neil Anderson, *Robert Claude, Terry Dailey, Wayne Dohlman, Gary Hagen, Ronald Krogsgaard, Bruce Marshall, Bruce Mueller, Mark Olson, Lanny Phillips, Steven L. Schultz and Gerry Whittemore. lone Metzger, Theresa Beaumont, Lea Lynn Buchanan, *Julie Chrischilles, Marilyn Dau, Becky Devine, Kristine Easter, Rebecca Egel, Christine Groen, Marlene Groen, Cindy Hansen, Virginia Hardgrove, Sharon Hix, Debbie Johnson, Diana Levy, Becky Mino, Marcy Moen, Dorene Mowers, Jan Schulz, Kathy Sen- enfelder, Kathy Taylor, Debra Will and Barbara Colwell. Guernsey Ass'n. Meets Feb. 22 District 5 North Iowa Guernsey Breeders Association of which W. H. Bosworth of Algona is president, will hold its annual meeting Monday, Feb. 22 at Dreierdale Restaurant in Hampton. The business meeting is scheduled for 10:30 a.m. with election of officers and planning for 1965 activities. Dinner will be served at 11:45. Geo. Chambers, Owatonna, Minn. National Fieldman for the American Guernsey Cattle Club along with Thomas Lyon, Ames, Field Secretary for the Iowa State Dairy Association will have charge of the afternoon program. All breeders of registered or grade Guernseys living in District 5 are invited to attend. District 5 consists of 15 counties in North Central Iowa cornered by and including Kossuth, Webster, Grundy and Mitchell. Friendly Club Riverdale Friendly Club met Wednesday in the home of Mrs. Anton Weydert, with Mrs, Adam Be rte co-hostess. Sixteen members and two guests were present. Guests were Mrs. Jim Harms and daughter of West Bend and Mrs. Duaine Weydert and son of Bode. Each member brought a valentine as an exchange gift. The afternoon was spent socially and with games. The next meeting will be Mar. 3 with Mrs. Lyle Steele and co- hostess Mrs. Raphael Faber. IF H E E • A 65% DACRON TWILL JACKET With The Purchase Of 1 Ton Of Any PROFESSIONAL HOG FEED Or A LINED 65% DACRON TWILL JACKET With A Two Ton Purchase FARMERS SERVICE CENTER ALGONA PROFESSIONAL FEEDS Estate Transfers Benjamin, Mabel G. & Walter G. to Robert Bedell Benjamin, Walter Wm. Benjamin; Martha Jane Unke; Roger John Benjamin; Mary Louise Bowen 120-65 SE 1/4 SE 1/4 29-95-28. Holtorf, Levon & Glen to Carl H. & Sidonia E. Beck 1-22-65 A pt. of SE 1/4 SE 1/4 Comm. see rec.; 18-97-30. Hoover, Viva & Clifford G. to Milton R. Dettman et ux 125-65 Call's Add. lots 1 & 2 blk 158; Algona. Long, Harold J. & Virginia F. to Lawrence Rath & John Rath 1-22-65 SW 1/4 exc. see rec.; 10-96-29. Fangman, Walter A. &Delores to Donald F. Schultz et ux 121-65 S 80' of W 150' of Lot 2 of A. P. of Subdiv. of pt. of SE 1/4 SW 1/4 24-98-29. Zerfass, Lucille, Adm. to Henry F. Weber, Successor Trustee 1-20-65 E 70 A. SE 1/4 22-95-29. Fort Dodge Nat'l Bk.,Trustee, et al to City of Algona 1-21-65 Locust St. extended from Putnam St. to McCoy St. between blk 55 on N side & Blk 74 on South Side Call's Add., Algona. King, Carrie J., sgl., Carrie J. King, Trustee, et al to City of Algona 1-21-65 Locust St. extended from Putnam St. to McCoy St. between blk 55 on the N. side & blk 74 on S side- Call's Add., Algona. Tjaden,"0wen G. & Janice Faye • to Ellen G. Boelkes 1-25-65 Way's Add. Lot 11 blk 20; Titonka. Buchanan, R. G., Admr. to Bernard W. Reilly et ux 1-2965 Of plat of blks 1, 4, 5, 6 & 7 Lots 8 Btt 5 N 1/2 & OL E & F blk 2; Ledyard. Rusch, Art, Exec, to James H. Smith et ux 2-1-65 Call's Park Add. Lot 8 blk 2; Algona. Ott, Orlan W. & Emily K. to LeRoy G. Christiansen et ux 1-29-65 Tract of land desc. as that pt. of NE 1/4 SW 1/4 & Lots 2, 3 & 4 See rec.; 3095-28. Scholtes, Ruth A., widow & Richard & Janet Scholtes, Ursel Scholtes, sgl. to Koss. Co. Conservation Board 1-29-G5 All that pt. of NW 1/4 see rec.; 23-96-29. Theesfield, Clarence H. &Ella M.; Lester C. & Bernetta A. to Edna M. Sunde 1-27-65 Undiv. 3/4 int. to of Subdiv. entitled Lots 3 & 4 blk 16 - Blks 16, 17, 18 & 19; Fenton. KEYS MADE at CoasMo-Coast Stores (Main Slwc) — ALGONA FOR INCOME TAX SERVICE CALL Charles Bloom 295-3112 (5tfn)' FREE 10 GALLONS OF GASOLINE TO EVERY CUSTOMER WITH RADIATOR TO CLEAN AND REPAIR. EIGHT HR. SERVICE. COOK'S RADIATOR REPAIR 524 1st Ave. East or Phone 262-5451 SPENCER, IOWA 12-35* ALGONA FARM SALE Due to the death of Lammert Hlppen, the following farming equipment and livestock will be sold at the farm located 2 1/2 miles east of Elmore, Minnesota, on the State Line Road or 6 1/2 miles west of Rake, Iowa, on the State Line Road, at Public Auction, on FRIDAY, FEB. 19 Lunch on Grounds Sale to Start at 1:00 O'clock SHARP 47-HEAD OF CATTLE-47 10 HEIFERS - Coming with 1st Calf. 10 COWS - Coming with 2nd Calf. 7 COWS - Coming with 3rd Calf. AND TB TESTED ALL C. H. V., BANGS 20 - HEAD BLACK ANGUS CALVES - 20 450 KIMBER PULLETS - LAYING GOOD FARM MACHINERY - 3 TRACTORS - JOHN DEERE "G"; JOHN DEERE "B"; I. H. C. "F-20"; *19621. H. C. 2-PR CORN PICKER; *1963 Stan Hoist ELEVATOR, 42' - P. T. O.J *John Deere "12-A' COMBINE with motor; *1960 John Deere ROTARY HOE 4-Section; *I. H. C. "45" BALER - P. T. O.; *John Deere 21-ft. DISC; *John Deere 3-14" PLOW No. "55" A. B. H.; *I. H. C. 2-14" SLAT BOTTOM PLOW; *John Deere "490" CORN PLANTER with fertilizer attachments; *John Deere 4-row CULTIVATOR; *John Deere 2-row CULTIVATOR; *1961 Century Pull-type SPRAYER; *John Deere 12-ft. FIELD CULTIVATOR; *John Deere 2-row STALK CUTTER mounted; *5-SECTION DRAG; *John Deere 7-ft. TRACTOR MOWER; *HUME REEL; *John Deere "H" MANURE SPREADER; *John Deere 4-bar SIDE RAKE; *STALK RAKE; *4-Section LAND ROLLER; *Horn MANURE LOADER; *SNO\V BUCKET; *I. H. C. BINDER made into Windrower; *3 - TRAILERS; *2 - Walsh FLARE BOXES; *2 - Lundell HOISTS; *2 - STEEL WHEEL WAGONS; *WOOD FLARE BOX; *FLAT RACK; *I. H. C. ENDGATE SEEDER; *POTATO PLOW; *MOUNTED BUZZ SAW; *300 Gallon GAS TANK and STAND; *28-ft. EXTENSION LADDER; *Automatic HOG WATERER; *70 Gallon HOG WATERER; *2 - Wood Burning TANK HEATERS; *WEED BURNER ELECTRIC FENCER; *3 - Pride-of-the-Farm HOG FEEDERS; *1 - Jamesway HOG FEEDER; *10-ft. HAY BUNK; *4 - FEED BUNKS; *CATTLE OILER; *Olson HAY FORK; *LOG CHAINS; *10 x 38 TRACTOR CHAINS; *V1CE and WORK BENCH; *2 - WHEEL WEIGHTS. 1953 1/2-Ton CHEVROLET PICKUP (Just recently overhauled) HAY AND STRAW - About Bales of Straw. 1000 Bales of Hay; About 200 BUILDINGS - *6' x 8' FEED SHED; *10' x 12' BROODER HOUSE; *8» x 8' FEED SHED; *12' x 14' BROODER HOUSE. USUAL AUCTION TERMS - CASH - or make arrangements with your banker. No property to be removed until settled for. Not Responsible for Accidents LAMMERT HIPPEN ESTATE Auctioneers - Cols. Roy B. Johnson, Buffalo Center, Iowa, and Herman Wedel, Fairmont, Minnesota. Farmers Trust & Savings Bank, Lakota, Iowa, Clerk. FOR SALE BRICK HOME 624 So. Jones 3-BEDROOM-CARPETED Elizabeth Kohl Estate IRA KOHL, EXECUTOR Phone 295-3460 For Your Auction CONTACT DALE YUNGEBERG YOUR LOCAL AUCTIONEER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE-BONDED LIVESTOCK DEALER TELE. 5-3393 or 5-3593 . ALGONA Remember our Wesley Livestock Auction at Wesley every Saturday COMPLETE CLOSING SALE DAIRY AUCTION As I have decided to quit the dairy business, I will sell all my dairy cattle and equipment on my farm located two miles north and 2 1/4 miles west of Dolliver, Iowa; or three miles sdtith of Ceylon Corner on oil road, then 2 1/4 miles west; or six miles east of Huntlngton, on FRIDAY, FEB. 19 SALE STARTS AT 10:45 A.M. D1TSWORTH LUNCH ON THE GROUNDS 130 PURE BRED & HI GRADE HOLSTEIN CATTLE Holstein cow No. 1, fresh Dec. 20 with 3rd calf; Holsteln cow No. 2, fresh Dec. 10 with 3rd calf, bred Jan. 19; Holsteln cow No. 3, fresh Nov. 20 with 2nd calf, bred back Jan. 1; Hol- steln heifer No. 4, fresh Jan. 20 with 1st calf; Holsteln heifer No. 5, fresh Dec. 20 with 1st calf; Holsteln cow No. 6, fresh Dec. 22 with 3rd calf; Holstein cow No. 7, fresh Aug. 27 with 2nd calf, bred back Nov. 17; Holstein heifer No. 8, to freshen Mar. 19 with 2nd calf; Holstein cow No. 9, to freshen Oct. 20 with 2nd calf, bred Nov. 29; Holsteln cow No. 10, fresh Dec. 10 with 2nd calf, bred Jan. 7; Holsteln heifer No. 11, fresh Dec. 2 with 1st calf, bred Jan. 8; Holstein cow No. 12, fresh Dec. 12 with 2nd calf, bred; Holsteln cow No. 13, fresh Dec. 21, with 2nd calf, bred; Holsteln cow No. 14, fresh Nov. 29 with 2nd calf, bred Jan. 12; Holsteln heifer No. 15, fresh Jan. 2 with 1st calf; Holsteln cow No. 16, fresh Oct. 5 with 2nd calf, bred back Nov. 17; Holsteln cow No. 17, fresh Dec. 1 with 2nd calf, bred back Jan. 17; Holsteln cow No. 18, fresh Nov. 16 with 2nd calf, bred back Dec. 28; Holstein cow No. 19, fresh Jan. 2 with 3rd calf; Holstein cow No. 20, fresh Dec. 7 with 2nd calf, bred back Jan. 19; Holsteln cow No. 21, fresh Dec. 16 with 2nd calf, bred back Jan. 22; Holstein cow No. 22, fresh Nov. 24 with 2nd calf bred back Jan. 26; Holsteln cow No. 23, fresh Dec. 2 with 3rd calf, bred back Jan. 22; Holstein cow No!, 24, frtesh Nov. 17 with 2nd calf, bred back Jan. 22; Holstein cow No. 25, fresh Oct. 25 with 3rd calf, bred back Dec. 7; Holstein cow No. 26, fresh Jan. 1 with 2nd calf. Holstein cow No. 27, fresh Dec. 13 with 3rd calf; Holstein heifer No. 28, fresh Nov. 21 with 1st calf, bred back Jan. 2; Holstein cow No. 29, fresh Nov. 17 with 3rd calf, bred back Dec. 9; Holstein cow No. 30, fresh Dec. 18 with 3rd calf; Holstein cow No. 31, fresh Jan. 10 with 3rd calf; Holstein cow No. 32, fresh Dec. 8 with 2nd calf; Holstein heifer No. 33, fresh with 1st calf; Holstein cow No. 34, fresh Nov. 4 with 2nd calf, bred back; Holstein cow No. 35, fresh July 20 with 2nd calf, bred back Sept. 3; Holstein cow No. 36, fresh Oct. 21 with 2nd calf, bred back Dec. 2; Holstein cow No. 37, fresh Nov. 2 with 3rd calf, bred back Dec. 14; Holstein cow No. 38, fresh Dec. 18 with 2nd calf, bred back; Holstein cow No. 39, to freshen May 7 with 2nd calf; Holstein cow No. 40, fresh Dec. 2 with 2nd calf, bred Jan. 14; Holstein heifer, just fresh with calf at side; Four Holstein 2nd and 3rd calf cows, to freshen by sale date; Seven 2-year-old heifers, to freshen by sale date with 1st calf; Ten 2-year-old heifers, to freshen in the spring; 11 coming 2-year-old heifers, to freshen in the spring; 17 open yearling heifers; 12 coming yearling Holstein steers; 11 coming yearling Holstein heifers; 14 bull and heifer calves. HERD SIRE - JOAN ROCK RIVER DUKE BORN DEC. 22, 1961. Sire - Rock River Gewlna Duke 1329812; Dam - Midnight June Lad 4737777. Bred by Fern Hauling & Sons, Britt, Iowa, who was first In the state having cows over 17,000 Ibs. of milk per cow for two consecutive years. Sires used before the above bull were Rome Hawkeye Lad also from Fern Hauling. Jensendale Spies Ormsby, from Chris and Harold Jensen herd. Several offspring from Dam - Jensen- dale Bess Inka Burke. Also cattle with Curtiss Candy breeding. MILKING EQUIPMENT - E. M. Bee 400-gal. bulk tank, like new, with large Brunner pump with 2 h.p. motor; four Surge seamless milkers; new style big buckets; S. P. 22 Surge 6- unit pump with 1 1/2 h.p. motor; Mc.D. milker pump and motor; two stainless steel strainers. USUAL TERMS - Not responsible for accidents, to be removed until settled for. No property AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: All cattle are calfhood Bangs vaccinated, T. B., Bangs tested with individual health certificates. Excellent breeding - lots of type. Many riot fivsh too KM:.;. Cattle will be sold inside regardless of wfatlu'i. v v, .., ,r.i:i- ing at 10:45 to make it handier to get the cows home, dee you sharp at 10:45 Friday, Feb. 19. Clark Bros., auctioneers, R. L, (RAY) OLSON, owner Clark and Clark, auctioneers [0\V:1 T'"'

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