The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 18, 1965 · Page 14
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 18, 1965
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14—AtflQftB,.(lo.) Upper Pet Molnes Thursday, F»b. 18, 1965 Auxiliary Here Plans Party To Raise Funds 11,810; fourth, Mrs. Maynanl Miller an.i Mrs. Jamps WTiitto- more, 11.T20. and fifth, Mrs. Helen Lamp ;unl Mrs. Vpni Mulln. 11,130. Mrs. William Navoirhirk. president of St. Ann Auxiliarv announces that the organization will sponsor a card part\ at Algona Country Club Feb. 24, with a dessprt at 7:45 p. m. Purpose of tho event is to gain funds to pay foi an Isolottr incubator for the nurson at thr hospital, which the urErini7..itii>n has purchased at a cost of $1,300. Co-chairmen of the event are Mrs. Elmer Walter and Mrs. John Dole of Irviuplon. Mrs. Donald Armstiont, i"' 1 chairman with Mrs. A. F. AOMU, today announced the scares for the January play of the Hound Robin bridge primps, which ;UT also sponsored In the Auxiliarv. In first place, Mrs. Ed Adams and Mrs. Roland Ostwahl, with a score of 13,030; second, Mis. Donald Ferris and Mrs. Craig Smith, 12,730; third, Mrs. Larn Knoll and Mrs. Hallvrt Lone, There is a Good Living Dignity and Prestige in being a Driver for the United Parcel Service Applications are now being accepted for openings in ihe near future for drivers of medium size package delivery vehicles. No experience necessary. We will train you. The Pay is Tops ($3 per hour after 90 days) Excellent Company Benefits 5 day — 40 hour week Permanent employment. Promotions from within policy. To qualify, you must be a high school grad between 21 & 30, in excellent physical condition with a good driving record. If you qualify, apply Friday, Feb. 19, 9 a. m. to 3 p. m., Suburban Motel, Emmetsburg. Bring draft classification card and service form DD2U. (13) Licenses To Wed Three wedding licenses were issued this week at the office of Count\ Clerk Alma Pearson.They went to; Wayne H. Worth and Poiin.i M Akkrrman, Feb. 10; and Thomas Hfiirv and M.ui.M I. TiMT-sko, Feb. 12. NaMivind T. CiiTdes and Marian Hrocsdei, Ki'b. •), and William G. Vaske and Bonita Spear; and Richard J. Kissnerand Linda S^ Davis, Feb. 5. Plan Coffee Kossuth county Republican Women will have a coffee Feb. 23 at 1:30 at the Algona Hotel. The program, Patriotic American Folk Music, will be presented by Mary Bartlett, Lil Sefrit and Leota Geigel. This will 1x3 the regular Mar. meeting, changed l>ecause of the fund raising dinner, March 2. The first U.S. - Bermuda yacht race was held in 1906. PUBLIC AUCTION A* I » m TiHH f , L furmlnt. I will hoM n Pit Mir Anrtirm n» Uw form Inr*«ft1 M mil* WPflt, OM ttfc •nnOi an.t > 4 mtl<- p«Kt of nnnflrtffton. fifi Tuesday, Feb. 23 FARM MACHINERY SALE ITS pjn. IBM MMJW> lUrri* 44 itlr*rt IrmHor M II 4 run ruHlvnlnr 1948 WD Alll* rituJniirit trwrfnr {¥*• cornMnr frith rkrtrio (rturt motor New Idem 0-A corn |rtr*krr Kr-wiuifT IW> fl. fir \ntor with PTO (fej» lulnr Ur hulur I And rntfer John IWr* 400 mrn p4*ntrr wltti round toaRWi tad dlili 2-*rH1rm rntmry hot* OMM* trwtnr muiurr •nrt*drr Mr.-!) upmwlrr Two J. I). Ift-fl, riUkft wtlh IN In. hlndrv OUM> PTO hammrnnlll NMT lilt* Hide dnllvrry OMT ft-tniHom, U-lnrli plow CMC ?-tiot torn, HMnrh plow lrk-ltorrtitR wfcflnn, hoUt and nan* bui wagon, ItolM and flu* box Htwl-whwl nagon mid fl»rr box lut Kiil>1ttT-ttrrd wagon and bo* SOO-ftM. dlmcl Buildings and Feeding Equipment 10 i 14 llnrd drain Mm It < 14 train M«> two bmodiir himHMi walk-In hog fmlrri round hog fMdnf) two (Mid bunk»i tank hfwteri MUM uwd lumbnr and many othitr fHriim, mterora, «te. 16 HEAD OF CATTLE m 16 CATTLE MX Ilfiralonl com to otlw hi •privf. brad to A»r»boB Shorthorn now t« mrra hi partac. brad to AMU baB Muk now, to omhm hi cprtac, brad to Anita, boll light blink »Blt/vf««. nroMbrnl kmry tmlvM CUvM Vudulml Otttln Tmtod 1 BUCK SHEEP HOUSEHOLD GOODS Doabkj daki rtorm wtidowi u4 •oranui tour window* mad fruMo, ate. Usual Auction Terms. No property to b* removed until settled for. Not responsible for accident*. HENRY VALEN owner Otork • Glut, AuoUomnn lorn Trurt « Bavtn(i Buk. MtonUb, Chck AS I AM WITTING FARMING 1 WILL HOLD A PUBLIC AUCTION ON THE FARM LOCATED 3 1-2 MILES NORTH OF tiWEA CITY. I A., OR 7 MILES SOUTH OF THE EA ST CHA IN SCHOOL ON: Wednesday, February 24th SALE STARTS ATI P.M. FARM MACHINERY 7957 WD-46 Alii* Chalmers tractor with D-17 sleeves and piston* and wide front end; WD Allis Chalmers tractor; 4-row A-C cultivator (3 yrs. old); A-C sub toiler; A-C No. 33 corn picker; A-C 4-row mounted corn planter with fertilizer attachments; Farm Hand loader with?<snow bucket and hay bucket; A-C 3 bottom 16" mounted plow; Coates 8 ft. windrower; 13ft. field cultivator; J.D. 9-ft. cultivator; 14 ft. Western Land Roller; A-C PTO side delivery; A-C 7 ft. tractor mower; A-C No. 60 combine with pickup and straw spreader; A-C WD 2-row cultivator; New Idea 12A manure spreader; McDeering manure spreader; 7 row mounted sprayer; McDeering 4-section drag and steel evener; New Idea 36 ft. elevator; Stan Hoist drive on hoist; €ase running gear and flat bed; New Idea running gear and flare box; running gear and box; tractor chains; mounted post hole digger; McCormick PTO hammermill; slip scraper; bale fork Buildings & Misc. 325 gallon gas barrel and stand; 4 pen hog house; Brooder house Electric brooder 12 rolls of corn cribbing Hog tr ought, wattrers & feeders; Chicken nests, waterers & feeders Sickle grinder; Corn shelter; Tools, used lumber, etc. Dairy Cattle 2 choice 2nd calf Holsteln cows (springing very heavy); 2 — 4th calf cows to be fresh by sale date or soon after; 1 — 3rd calf springing cow; 5 — Springing Hoist ein heifers; Purebred 2 year old Molstein bull Car and Pickup 1955 OeSoto car; 1955 Ford 300 1 ton pickup with grain box and stock rack Milker 2 unit Surge milker complete with pump, pipe line and buckets Household Goods Large wooden wardrobe; dresser; chest of drawers; electric mangle; commercial sausage 'grinder; electric churn; TV antenna; Duo-Therm oil burner with thermostat and electric fan; fuel barrel and many misc. items. 6 Ewes Sheep Feed 600 bales of alfalfa & orchard grass hay 300 bales of straw USUAL AUCTION TERMS— NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS HARLEY WORK owner Clark & Clark, auctioneers Swea City State 'Bank, clerk ATTENTION FARMERS - SALE OF CCC PROPERTY 3-DAY PUBLIC AUCTION The Wlnnebago County ASC Committee, acting as Agents for Commodity Credit Corporation, a corporate agency of the United States within the Department of Agriculture, will offer for sale the following described property at public auction: FEBRUARY 23 — MARCH 1 — MARCH 5 — 1965 "CEO. WASHINGTON DAY SPECIALS!!! MONDAY, FEB. 22 -9 A.M.-9 P.M. FROZEN CHERRY PIES - 22c - LIMIT 3 TO CUSTOMER !! I Your Choice Wife-Saver SUPER BUYS 6-Gallon Garbage Trash Can Lock lid handle seals container — keeps odors in, won't spill! Deodorant receptacle in lid. Unbreakable polyethylene in colors and white. Tidy-all Utility Basket Swing top basket in space-saver design has big 22-qt. capacity. Practical for every room in the house! Lovely pastel colors and white. 45-Qt. Swing Top Basket in 3 Colors REG. $3.49 Handy for disposal or clothes hamper! White top remov'es for easy cleaning. Durable bottom in sandal-wood, turquoise, yellow. Polyethylene plastic. The Friendly Store 20? EAST STATE ST. PHONE 295-3^11 ALGONA, IOWA Tuesday, Feb. 23 Will Start Sale at 1:00 O'clock Sharp at FOREST CITY Site No. 841 17 — ROUND BINS, each approximately 3,250 bu. capacity. 2 - MITCHELL STRUCTURES, each 45,802 capacity. . Approximately 440 cement block. Some short planks. THEN FOLLOW TO LELAND West Site No. 835 where we will sell 13 - ROUND BINS, each approximately 3,250 bu. capacity. 1 - ROUND BIN, 2,175 bu. capacity. 2 - STEEL QUONSETS, each 40,110 bu. capacity. INSPECTION: May be inspected on Feb. 19, 1965 between the hours of 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday, March 1 Will Start Sale at 1:00 O'clock Sharp at THOMPSON Site No. 837 4 - ROUND BINS, 2,175 bu. capacity. 15 - ROUND BINS, 2,740 bu. capacity. 31 - ROUND BINS, approximately 3,250 bu. capacity. 2 - STEEL QUONSETS, 40,110 bu. capac- Ity. Approximately 1200 cement block & some short planks. Some scrap aluminum and steel bin sheets. Approximately 140 8-in. air ducts. Also some ventilating fans used in these 8-in. ducts. Other miscellaneous items. Then To SCARVIUE Site No. 836 Where we will sell 10 - ROUND ALUMINUM BINS, ea. 3,250 bu. capacity. INSPECTION: The above grain bins at Thompson and Scarville may be inspected on Feb. 26th, 1965 between the hours of 9 a. m. and 4:00 p. m. Blp$: Commodity Credit Corporation reserves the right to reject any or all offers. Friday, March 5 Will Start Sale at 1:00 O'clock Sharp at BUFFALO CENTER Site No. 838 13 - ROUND BINS, approximately 2,170 bu. capacity. 5 - ROUND BINS, 3,276 bu. capacity. 6 - STEEL STRUCTURES, 17,662 bu. capacity. 3 - MITCHELL STRUCTURES, 45,802 bu. capacity. Approximately 2,000 cement blocks and some short planks. Approximately 90 rolls of roofing; 55-lb. rolls. THEN TO RAKE Site No. 839 , Where we will sell 29 - ROUND BINS, 2,740 bu. capacity. 4 - ROUND BINS, 3,276 bu. capacity. 2 - MITCHELL STRUCTURES, 45,802 bu. capacity. INSPECTION: The above grain bins at Buffalo Center and Rake may be inspected on March 4, 1965 between the hours of 9 a. m. and 4:00 p. m. TERMS; Cash on day of sale for all sales of $100.00 or less. A deposit of $100.00 will be required on each bin. On all sales over that amount, the balance is to be paid in cash within ten (10) days of date of sale, or may be financed under the Farm Storage Facility Loan Program, providing the prospective purchaser meets eligibility requirements under the program. PURCHASER'S CERTIFICATE; Each purchaser of a bin will be required to execute a certificate that the bin will be used in connection with the handling or storage of agricultural commodities. The six 17,662 bu. structures in Buffalo Center will not require Purchaser's Certificate. REMOVAL OF PROPERTY: Bins must be removed from the bin site within 30 days from date of sale. TITLE AND RISK OF LOSS: Title to the grain bins and other property shall vest in the purchaser when payment is made. After passage of title, risk of loss or destruction from any cause whatsoever shall be borne by the purchaser. Information regarding eligibility under the Farm Storage Program may be obtained from the local county office. Prospective purchasers should establish their eligibility at the county office prior to the sale. TAX: Purchasers of bins must make payment of the State Use Tax to the State Tax Commission, Division of Retail Sales and Use Tax, State Office Building, Des Moines, Iowa. NOTICE — This office would appreciate obtaining the name and address of anyone interested in moving bins for purchasers. Additional information concerning this sale may be obtained by contacting: LAURIS A. ALBERTSON Phone: 584-3250 Office Manager Winnebago County ASCS Thompson, Iowa Auctioneers: Cols. R. B. Johnson, Buffalo Center Clerk: ASCS Personnel Arnie Murra, Forest City Not responsible for accidents Please Clip and Keep This Sale Bill 10:00 A. M. JOHN MERSCH 10:00 A. M. MORNING SALE At I have rented my land I will *ell my personal property on my farm located from W*<t Bend 2 mi. north on Hlway 44, then 3 mi. west and V4 mi. north; or from Rodman, 1V4 miles east and T/i mile south; or from junction of Hlway 18 & 44 south 5 mi. and then west 3 mi., then south V& mi., on THURSDAY, FEB. 25 FREE COFFEE Uthoff Lunch Wagon On Grounds 10 A. M. Two 1959 Case-0-Mattc Model 800 - TRACTORS New Tires and in Good Condition 2 - 4-row heavy duty Case CULTIVATORS, for Case 80ft Tractors. 5—TRACTORS — 5 CAT-D-4-7U series with wide gauge, 200 amp generator, lights, electric starter, hydraulic pump for plow or dozer, overhauled recently with new pins and bushings, clutches and brakes. This machine has only been used for draw bar work on the farm. Used only 25 hours sine* over'hld. I.H.C. SUPER M, overhauled one year ago, good rubber. I.H.C. M TRACTOR, overhauled one year ago, good rubber. Chains for both Me. D. tractors. I.H.C. 4-row CULTIVATOR on rubber. NEW IDEA 500 LOADER with manure A Snow Bucket. CASSWAY LOADER with Snow Bucket for M or Super M. POWER MACHINERY 2 - 1964 John Deere 4-row CORN PLANTERS, model 495A, with disc openers, high speed and iniectlcide attach.; 2 - 1964 New Holland model 475 SPREADERS equipped with forage boxes, used very little, on 10-in. 12 ply truck tires; 2 - 1962 CASE 14-ft. heavy duty wheel TANDEM DISCS with greaseless bearings; Ma»»ey Harris 16' straight DISC; John Deere 15' straight DISC. 1959 FORD 1 TON PICKUP - 6 cylinder, completely overhauled, low mileage, good tires, 4 speed transmission. 2 - A6 late model CASE COMBINES with motors and hume reels; 2MH I.H.C. 2-row CORN PICKER with late type snappers; CASE 9-ft. WINDROWER, ground driven; I.H.C. model 46 BALER, used very little, in good condition; Oliver 5-bottom 16-in. PLOW, pull type, trip back bottoms, new land-slides; Oliver 4-bottom 16-in. PLOW, pull type, trip back bottoms; 1964 John Deere 3 bottom 16-in. PLOW, trip back bottoms; Heavy CASE DISC PLOW in good shape with new heavy disc blades; 13-ft. Graham-Homey PLOW; 10-ft. Graham-Homey PLOW; IHC 5-bar no. 15 RAKE; N. Idea 7-ft. pull type POWER MOWER; Thora Park MOWER; 2 - Mos All MOWERS. OTHER MACHINERY John Deere 40-ft. Wide Type GRAIN ELEVATOR with P.T.O.; Stain-hoist drive-on HOIST with new hydraulic cylinder and Vi H.P. Electric motor and pump; CASE 4-sect. ROTARY HOE; 2 - 5-section SPRING TOOTH; 4-section SPRING TOOTH; 2 - 6-section NOBLE DRAGS with steel draw bars; 20-ft. CASE CULTI-PACKER; KNOEDLER BURR- MILL — new gears and bearings, ir\ good shape, with elevator; CASE HAMMER MILL; ESSIX PRESSURE SPRAYER with boom, 2 hand booms & hoses, pull type with 6 horse gas engine; 300 Gallon TANK for Spraying; Massey Harris Stationary SILAGE CUTTER, with traveling feed table and pipes; 9 horse Gas ENGINE and water pump; New 5 horse 3 Phase Electric MOTOR; 2 VICTOR ENDGATE SEEDERS; WAGONS; 2 - John Deere WAGONS with Anthony Steel Boxes 10x5'/s ft.; 2 John Deere WAGONS, with Combination flat rack & box, one 18x8 and one 20x8 ft.; John Deere 2 wheel Machine TRAILER, with good truck tires; John Deere Steel Wheel WAGON; 11-ft. Wood FLARE BOX; New Portable Livestock LOADING CHUTE with good tires; 40-ft. Extension LADDER, like new. MISCELLANEOUS CEMENT MIXER, '/< Sack capacity, with 1 horse electric motor; Rubber tired wheel barrow and sand shovels; Twin Draulic Tractor mounted POST HOLE DIGGER with 2 different size bits; 2 - GRAIN AUGERS; 8-in. - 100-ft. Bubler Drive BELT; Atlas Bench DRILL, SOCKET SETS; Hydraulic Jacks; '/i Ton CHAIN HOIST; 2 Ton BUDGET HOIST; SMITH 250 amp. Electric WELDER; 2 - 125-ft. Heavy Rubber DROP CORDS, never used; Some tools, etc. too numerous to men- tion ANTIQUES 4 wheel Buggy; Walking Plow with wooden beam; Few other antiques. TENANT HOUSE 4 rooms, bath, utility room and hot water heater, all in good repair. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Sausage Stuffer and Power Sausage Grinder; 2 Burner Westinghouse Electric Plate; Electric Space Heater; Porch Set - consists of Glider, 2 Adult Chairs; Childs Chair and Table; Enamel Top Work Table; Hamilton-Beach Electric Mixer with Juice, Attachment; New Steel Quaker Curtain Stretcher; Stone Jars, various sizes; Large Storage Chest, like new. CONSIGNED BY MR, BEKX New Holland Forage HARVESTER 611, used one season; Baizes FEED WAGON; CORNSTALK CUTTER; STEAM CLEANER; SPEED JACK with 3 h.p. Motor; Space Heater, 120,000 BTU; Bearcat Hammermill, PTO; Elevator Hopper, 1 h.p. electric motor. TERMS — CASH — No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents should any occur. JOHN MERSCH, Owner Auctioneers: QUINN & BERKLAND Clerk: IOWA STATE BANK West Bend, Iowa

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