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10—Algeno, Qo.) Upper DM MotnM Trturtdoy, March 16, 1*65 Sexton News Is Good As Spring Hears SEXTON - With spring just arouacUhe. corner, our little town has foft§n blessed with good news for a.'iai4%e. The Jack Weder- quists finally made It to Minneapolis between billiards for Jon's checkup at University hospital. This time the results were excellent, with ever}' possibility the boy's kidneys will return to normal after successful surgery. He does not return to the hospital until October for another check. At the Martin Mimbachs, news was.--.dven more miraculous. TheiV"grahdson, Larry Taylor, 9, was able to start to a special school,. lor the first time this winter, after successful brain surgery last spring. He travels by bus to Ogden, Utah for an all-day session and at last word is doing well. Because of this new development, Mr. and Mrs. Mimbach will remain here for all of the winter as they didn't wish to disturb the boy's new routine with a visit. - o Guess the fears were unfounded that Sexton would turn into a ghost town with so many of our residents leaving us. Instead, according to rumor, tills could be quite a city if there were just more homes available. Right now the only ones with a definite departure date seems to be the Steve McCalls, who plan to move to the Dr. Shey home in Algona the first of April. The"* Alfred Ophelm's departure was delayed by the injury of his^boss, Jim Kelley, in an auto accident, but they have now received .word that the move may be any., ^lay. A farewell party was held at the Roger Arndorfer home for the Opheims with Mr. and fMrs. Tom Arndorfer of Mallard and Mr. and Mrs. Dick lijckteig attending. Mrs.^Nell Opheim has become reconciled to seeing her grandson Doug leave for Sioux City with his parents and now she won't be so lonesome after all. He'r niece and family, Mr. and Mrs^CIair Hovey, Carol and Jimrny-of Algona, will be moving into the home vacated by the Steve).. McCalls just across the street At this time the Clarence Gol- wijzers are planning on remaining here .until school is out, as are jUj&ilford Wards. Snj6$?or no snow, we'll bet one frlocal lady is getting her spring house cleaning done early th|s year. Mrs. Glenn Gabrielson is to be hostess to the Wesley WSCS Methodist ladies and alfo the Plum Creek Homemaker§ thl£ month. Were will be no shortage of pretty girls in this town pretty soon. TJid you notice two local girls were chosen as queen candidates for their 4-H club for Fun night, Sharon Hix from the Irvlngton Ideals and Joyce Gabrielson from the Plum Creek club. The Everett Stevens must have just gotten home from visiting their daughter In Texas in time for the kids to come here. Robert and Ann Kiess arrived in the middle of one of those blizzards as he had received an unexpected leave from the Army. They also visited his family at Charles City. And speaking of Texas visitors, someone must have sent the John Jennings the news on our weather as they are making an extra long stay at San Antonio. A card from them §ajd they did make it to the rodeo and sure enjoyed the riding-' of the bulls and wild horses, but we think they meant they watched the cowboys doing the riding. Mr. and Mrs. Amand Dangelser have moved back to the home farm north of Sexton after farming in the Titonka area for a few years. Former residents also continue to come back for a visit. Gary Cooper of Algona spent the weekend at the Clarence Huff home while his brother Mike stiyed' 'at the Leo Kirschbaum hoine. ^he March meeting of the Sex- toe Friendly Club will be held at the home of Mrs. Roy Hansen and will be a pot luck dinner at | QUILT %lrs.- William Hoepner of Greenfield lias an unusual "Birthday" quilt. Made up of w|ite squares against a blue background, each square repre- a month in the year and of her immediate y -are recorded as to their lays. Besides the names ^Ofl dates, the quilt is em- with an appropriate the month. HOSPITAL I NEWS I March 8 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lauck, \\Tilttemore, girl, 7 pounds, 10 1/2 oz..; dismissed: Mrs. Betty Arndorfer, Corwlth; Sara Kropf, West Rend; Marcus Blllick, Daniel Downs and Thomas Putney, Algona. March 9 - Admitted ; Robert Menke, Bancroft, medical; Kevin Nash, James Arend and Charles Schaeffer, Algona, medical. March 10 - Births: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kaln, Whlttemore, boy, 8 pounds, 8 1/2 oz; Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hellman, Burt, girl, 8 pounds, 6 1/2 oz.; admitted: Mrs. JoanMertz, Algona, medical; dismissed: Charles Schaeffer and Monica Storr, Algona; Simon Elbert, Whittemore; Allen Mescher, Burt. March 11 - Admitted: Mrs. Bertha Busch, Bancroft, medical; Mrs. Herman Harms, West Bend, fracture; dismissed: Mrs. Anthony Schneider and baby, Bancroft. March 12 - Birth; Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Kressin, Fenton, boy, 8 pounds, 11 oz.; admitted: Ambrose Vaske, Bancroft, medical; Harvey Steven, Algona, medical; dismissed: Robert Menke, Bancroft; Martha Harms, West Bend; Kevin Nash and Ed Mawdsley, Algona. March 13 - Admitted: Rex Taylor, medical; Mary Elizabeth Duddlng, Bancroft, medical; Mrs. Linda Melster, Burt, medical; dismissed: MaxErdmanandMrs. Melvin Lauck and baby, Whittemore. March 14 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. John Lande, Algona, boy, 9 pounds, 1 oz.; admitted: Frank Stebritz, Algona, medical; dismissed, Mrs. Joan Mertz, Algona; Mrs. Dennis Hellman and baby, Burt. March 15 - Admitted: Ernest Weiden, Corwith, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Linda Meister, Burt; Mrs. Robert Kaln and baby, Whittemore. Honored Sunday At Burt On 40th Anniversary splrihial life cultivation; Mrft. J. L. Miller, supplies; Mrs. Jerry Wiener, local church activities; Mrs. Al Hlnckley, publicity; Mrs. Bruce Graham, Mrs. Boh Lovstad and Mrs. Jake Smith, circle chairmen; and Mrs. 0. H. Graham, Mrs. F. C. Soderberg and Mrs. Don Mitchell, nominating committee. In other business transacted, members voted to hold their annual spiritual bazaar in April with spiritual life committee, Mesdames Dean Andrews, S. R. Parsons and Al Hinckley, in charge. Devotions and program were given by Mesdames Jake Smith and John Spear. Mrs. Merlin Davles gave a vocal solo. Hostesses were Mesdames Bob Lovstad, Lorena Roark, Fred Davis, Lance Rlebhoff and Sumner Parsons. The rolling mill for working metals was first described by Leonardo da Vinci. William Herschel, famous 18th century astonomer, was a professional musician. MR. & MRS. R1EBOFF Pictured above are Mr. and Mrs. Lance E. Hlebhoff of Burt, who were honored Sunday, March 14, by friends and relatives at an open house In honor of their 40th wedding anniversary, at the Burt Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. Rlebhoff were married March 14, 1925, at Webster City. Lorena and John Riebhoff acted as hosts for the senior Riebhoffs. Mrs. Sarchef Burl W.S.C.S. 1965 President BURT - W. S. C. S. elected Mrs. Kenneth Sarchet as Its president for the 1965-66 year. Other officers elected at its postponed March meeting held this week were; Mrs. Fred Davis, vice president; Mrs. John Spear, recording secretary; and Mrs. Glenn Teeter, treasurer. The following were elected various secretaries: Mrs. Merle Schwietert, campus ministry; Mrs. Walter Campney, Christian social relations; Mrs. Cecil Long, membership cultivation; Mrs. Merlin Davies, missionary education and service; Mrs. Delbert Schaeller, program material; Mrs. Dean Andrews, Fourteen members of the Burt Past Matrons Club presented a baby picture of herself which others were asked to recognize. The group discussed several service projects, but no definite decision was made. Mrs. Ray Dremmel was In charge of fun time. Hostesses were Mesdames J. L. Miller and Wayne Dugan. March 22 has been set as the date for the organizational meeting for all new officers of the W. S. C. S. The meeting will begin at 1:30 p. m. Mrs. Kenneth Sarchet, newly elected president will preside. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wiener were hosts Sunday night to members of the Methodist Young Adults. Mrs. Darrell Me Farland gave the lesson and the group voted to purchase one pulpit appointment. M. Y. F. pancake supper, slated for Mar. 16, has been postponed one week and will be held at the Burt Methodist church from 5 to 7 p. m. Mar. 23. A family dinner was held at the Lawrence Doege home Sunday, honoring the birthday of Mrs. Doege, Mrs. Walter Adams, Mrs. Vern Rafdal and Orie Shipler. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Vern Rafdal and family, Titonka, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Adams and Donna and Mr. and Mrs. Orie Shipler and family all of Algona. Friday guests at the Doege home were Mr. and Mrs. Corwin Thomas, Scranton. Pat Schwiertert, Des Molnes, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Sch- wiertert. You'll Soon Be Planting And you'll want to be getting all of your operations done right and done on time. Plant DEKALB Single and 3-way crosses These new type crosses can help you get the most from your cnreful preparation, fertilizer and chemicals. Work For a Bigger Crop Next Fall Farmers who attended the recent Corn and Soybean Clinic found that you must follow every step correctly to get top yields. Don't short-cut. Get Your DeKalb Seed From DeKalb Dealers Gene Hood, Algona Roland Bode, Algona Albert J. Bormann, Algona Alphons Berte, Bode Kermit Fowler, Oftoien Homer Matthiesen, Fenton Frank Droessler, Bancroft Harvey C. Larsen, Armstrong Calvin Kurtzleben, Woden Raymond Otis, Wesley Peter C. Reding, Bode Lawrence Besch, Whittemore Fred Richter, Ledyard Cliff McMillin, Ringsted Susan Lovstad recently graduated from Mankato Commercial College and is spending a few days with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Gielen- feld, Fairmont, spent Sunday with Burt friends and attended the 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Lance Riebhoff. ••^ ™ • * ,«^ ' ^^^^^^B^*^^w^^^r« LONE ROCK Mr*. A. At Krutftf Mrs. Mary Genrich attended a 1 o'clock luncheon of the D. A. R. Tuesday at Algona. Legion Auxiliary met Wednesday at the Legion Hall. They voted to give $5.00 to the supply shelf at Veteran's hospital in Des Moines. $2 was given for Easter Seals. A report was given on the County meeting which was held in February at Whittemore. 14 members attended this meeting. Hostesses were Mrs. Wm. Marlowand Mrs. Maurice Weisbrod. Mrs. Eva Thompson, Des Moines, came Thursday for a week's visit with her brother, Ed Blanchard, and her sisters, Mrs. Ruth Krueger, Mrs. Mary Genrich, Mrs. Roy Zunkel, Mrs. L. Newbrough and Mrs. Delmar Angus, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Arden Haveyand Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hovey, Armstrong, left Saturday for Kenosha, Wise., returning Monday. They went to visit the men's parents and also a sister who had surgery. Mrs. Mary Genrich entertained the Kossuth Co. Rural Letter Carriers Monday night. Those in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Glvens, Titonka, Mr. and Mrs. Pat McGuire, Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Hartman, Lone Rock and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hansen, Fenton. In Parade Two groups from Algona went to Emmetsburg Saturday for an appearance in the annual St. Patrick's Day parade. Jean Christiansen, AHS Band Queen, accompanied by Mayor Bill Finn, Pat Montag, president of the Chamber of Commerce, and Bill Steele, Chamber secretary, and the local Shrlners made the trek to Emmetsburg for the day. MrsTFern Patterson, postal clerk at Rolfe, retired after 23 years service with the Post Office there. Her service started in September, 1941. On (tain's List BURT - JoAnne Ackerman, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Earl Ackerman has been named to the Dean's high honor list at Mankato State College. To receive this honor JoAnne achieved ft straight "A" average for the winter quarter. JoAnne Is ft freshman at Mankato State. «*—••*•—-1»«^-•— Gem diamonds are being dred- j^d_from_the ocean bottom near South African Shores. Human lungs function perfectly at more than twice normal air pressures. Attend Tourney WESLEY - The Corwith-Wesley girls basketball team, Coach Hunget, cheerleaders and managers, accompanied by Mrs. George Detmering and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chambers, attended the State Tournament at Des Moines March 12-13. Vicki Detmering had been runner-up in free throws at the District tournament in Clear Lake. She was one of a group of 31 girls from Iowa schools selected to shoot free throws at Des Moines March 12. Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain New York, N. Y. (SpeeUl) - For the first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching, and relieve pain — without surgery. In caie after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Moat amazing of all—results were BO thorough that sufferers tnada astonishing statements like "Pile* have ceased to be a problem I" The secret Is a new healing sub* stance (Blo-Dyne«)-discovery of a world-famous research institute. This substance is now available in tuppotitory or ointment form under the name Preparation U*. At all drug counters. PUBLIC AUCTION Sale Of CCC Storage Bins The Kossuth 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 storage bins at public auction: Wednesday, March 24 WHITTEMORE: Bin Site, 9:00 a. m. HOBARTON: Bin Site, 10:15 a.m. LONE ROCK: Bin Site, 11:45 a.m. BURT: Bin Site, 1:00 p. m. LAKOTA: Bin Site, 2:30 p. m. NO. MANUFACTURE CAPACITY TYPE FOUNDATION 10 Butler 2,740 Steel Block 8 Butler 3,274 AJum. Steel 10 B, S&B 3,255 Steel Steel 10 Butler 3,276 Steel Steel 4 Sioux 2,140 Steel Block 11 Butler 2,175 .Steel Block 4 Butler 2,740 Steel Block 5 Butler 3,276 Alum. Steel 2 Plasteel 17,66.2 Steel Concrete 3 Columbian 2,170 Steel Steel 1 Butler 2,175 Steel Steel 22 Butler 2,740 Steel Steel 4 Martin ;; 3,350 7 B, S & B 3,250 Steel* 2 Plasteel 17,662 Steel Concrete 2 Plasteel 17,662 Steel Concrete 20 Butler 2,175 Steel Block Steely - Steel LOCATION West of elevator East of elevator South of elevator East of elevator i >•" '4 -jn North of elevator office North of elevator Thursday, March 25 WESLEY: Bin Site, 9:00 a. m. SEXTON: Bin Site, 9:45 a. m. IRVINGTON: Bin Site, 11:15 a.m. LuVERNE: Bin Site, 1:00 p. m. ALGONA: Bin Site, 3:00 p. m. 1 Butler 2,170 Steel Steel 3 Butler 2,175 Steel Steel *".• !» 2 Great Lakes 38,200 Steel Concrete, 2 Great Lakes 41,032 Steel Concrete 2 Great Lakes 41,032 Steel Concrete 6 Butler 2,175 Steel Steel 3 Butler 2,740 Steel Steel 3 Butler 3,276 Alum. Steel 3 Martin 3,350 Steel Block 4 Columbian 3,240 Alum. Steel 2 Great Lakes 40,110 Steel Concrete '13 Butler 2,740 Steel Block 2 Beatrice 3,250 Alum. Steel 10 Butler 3,276 Steel Steel 1 Butler 2,175 Steel Block 1 Sioux 2,140 Steel Block Northeast edge of Wesley South of elevator office Vt mile east of elevator Northeast edge of town, south side of road East of Farmers Serv. Center, Inc. INSPECTION: The grain bins may be inspected March 23, 1965, between the hours of 9:00 a. m. and 4:00 p. m. PURCHASER'S CERTIFICATION: 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. TERMS: Cash on day of sale for all sales of $100 or less. A deposit of $100 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 the balance may be financed under the Farm Storage Facility Loan Program, providing the prospective purchaser meets eligibility requirements under the program. Information regarding eligibility under the Farm Storage Facility Loan Program may be obtained from the local county office. Prospective purchasers should establish their eligibility at the county office prior to the sale. REMOVAL OF PROPERTY: Bins must be removed from the bin site within thirty days from the date of the sale unless otherwise agreed to by the County Committee. Concrete floors, or sand and gravel fill on which structures may be located, are not being offered for sale with the structure. .. If the County Committee agrees to permit bins or structures to remain on the site, the purchaser will be required to make payment as follows for the concrete floors or sand and gravel fill: Concrete foundations and floor hardware for all 40x100 storage buildings: $2,000.00. Concrete floors for 20x100 .storage structures: $400.00. Sand and gravel fill for round metal blnsi $50.00, TITLE AND RISK OF LOSS: Title to the grain bins 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. BIDS: Commodity Credit Corporation reserves the right to reject any or all offers. 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, la, NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS BIN MOVERS INDICATE THEY WILl BE PRESENT Additional information concerning this sale may be obtained by contacting Curtis P. Haahr Office Manager Kossuth County A§CS Qffic* Phone 295-3576, Algona QUINN & YUNGIBURG, Auctioneers County ASCS Office Personnel, Atyona, CUrk

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