The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 9, 1965 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 9, 1965
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More people buy Chevrolets? Yes! LEDYARD Than any other make Yes! Any other? Yes! There must be reasons. Sure! Name ten. OK: 1, 2 3 4 5 All these comforts are available: steering wheels that tilt or tilt and telescope; AM/FM Multiplex Stereo radio, first ever offered in cars; and Strata- bucket seats (to give you just a sampling), Comfortron automatic heating and cooling you can order—Just dial the temperature and turn it on; Comfortron automatically keeps you comfortable no matter what the weather outside. More engine choices—the widest horsepower range available: the 425-hp Turbo-Jet V8 in Chevrolet and Corvette to a 90-hp Four In Chevy U. Body by Fisher—Craftsmanship by the world's best known coachmokers with everything from luxurious interiors to the long luster Magic-Mirror acrylic lacquer finish. Self-cleaning rocker panels flush out salt and other corrosives with rainwater, dry themselves with outside air—another way Chevrolet takes extra care so you needn't bother. 6, 7, 8, 9 10 A hushed and genfl«d rld« wifh body mount! designed to isolate vibration better and shock absorbers matched to body style—coupe, sedan, convertible, wagon. America'* only rear-engined car, Corvair, with more weight over the driving wheels where you need it and less on the steering wheels where you don't. America'* only true »porf« car, Corvette, with fully independent suspension, four-wheel disc brakes and engines you can order up to 427 cubic inches. Higher resale value—Chevrolets traditionally are worth more at trade-in time because more people want Chevrolets . . . new or used. All these safely features standard now: seat belts, front and rear; padded dash and sun vlsorsj outside mirror (use it always before passing)) shatter-resistant inside mirror; 2-speed electric windshield wipers for better visibility in a downpour; i windshield washers; back-up lights. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Meyer of Lakota attended a retirement party for M. L. Vander- Waal of Algona Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Murl Jorgenson and Carol were dinner guests at the Jack Countryman home In Maple Hill Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ternes were called to Sioux City Thursday by the serious illness of Mrs. Terneses mother, Mrs. Joe Brenan of LeMars. Mrs.Brenan submitted to surgery Friday night. William Herzog of Baxter visited friends and relatives here Friday night until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jorgenson, Dale and Eldon visited the Ahrend Hans home at Lakota Sunday evening. Mrs. Ida Darnell had Mrs. Fred Junkermeier and Mrs. George Thompson for coffee guests Saturday. Milton Thompson visited his mother, Mrs. George Thompson, Sunday and her son Kenneth visited here Friday and was a luncheon guest. Glen Dyer, Jollet, 111., visited his mother, Mrs. Eunice Dyer at the Heritage Home in Bancroft and withhlsbrother Howard Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Murl Jorgenson and Carol were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Lillian Worthington and Hugo in Lone Hock. Saturday night the family of Mi. and Mrs. Lauren Thompson enjoyed supper at Estherville. Roger Thompson will bo leaving for the Army Dec. 15 and they also observed Mr. Thompson's birthday. Two members of the family , Mrs. Melvin Harringa of Buffalo Center and Glen Thompson of Riverside, Cal. were unable to attend. Boy Scouts of Troop 79 would like to thank all people who donated toys for their toy drive. The toys have been processed and delivered. The Junior Auxiliary Christmas party will be held at the Legion hall Saturday afternoon at 1:45. The junior and senior choirs of the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church will present a Christmas concert during the 10:30 worship Dec. 19. Christmas Eve programs at both the Methodist and E, andR. churches Thursday, Deeambar 9, 1965 Upper Des Molnes- 5 will be Dec. ?A at 7. The grail'? school Christmas program at tli.- school will be presented !>.-": , 21. Mrs. Mary FUshara returned home Sunday evening after spending three weeks with North Dak. relatives. She and Mr. and Mrs. Kent Moustarcl and daughter spent a weekend with Rosalyn in Denver, Colo. She then spent a week at the Moustgard home in Cowrie. Friends had a birthday card shower for her while she was in North Dakota, Mrs. Glen Burrow was admitted to Buffalo Center Hospital Monday and released Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Burrow and family of St. Paul were here from Wednesday night until Friday noon. Derald Goetz is spending a two week leave with his parents, the Albert Goetzes. He has completed boot camp at Great Lakes and will leave Dec. 14 to go to Long Beach, Cal. where he will be on the destroyer USS Walke for further training. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Evers and son of Comfry, Minn, and Mrs, Edna winter were dinner guests at the Ronald home Sunday. Roselle, N. J., was the fi -;t town to have electric lights. CORD SETS REPLACED PROMPT SERVICE II It r»al|v SHOCKING. H> «M Wl IMtfPf WWft 0^<5 •« •• many ppf>U<HK*i) WHY TAKE CHANCES? Bring your Appliance In TODAY! PRATT ELECTRIC 104 N. Jon«w - Algeria PJ»on« 295-5324 Leadership...the Chevrolet Way. KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. 108 So. Hall Algona, Iowa 295-3554 CLOSING OUT FARM SALE Having decided to quit farming, I will sell my machinery at public auction at the farm located 4 miles south of Algona on 169 and 3% miles east, or 2 miles east of Irvington, on THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16 ACHINERY 1 P.M. TRACTORS AND EQUIPMENT 1956 Farmall 400 Tractor, power steering, torque amplifier, hydra-touch control, independent PTO, 2200 hours, excellent condition. 1956 John Deere 50 Tractor, power steering, live power, in A-l condition. 1949 John Deere B Tractor, in good condition. 495A John Deere Corn Planter, large fertilizer boxes, disc openers and John Deere insecticide applicator, planted only 200 acres of corn. John Deere RW 14'6" Hydraulic Disc, 16" blades, nearly- new sealed bearings. No. 70 3-Bottom International 14" Plow on rubber, trip bottoms, heavy duty coulters, nearly new. John Deere Model R Manure Spreader. 5 - WAGONS - 5 John Deere gear on rubber, flare box. Steel gear wagon with 36" straight box. 4" wooden gear with 40" straight box. International 5" gear, heavy duty roller bearing, flare box. Wards LoLo steel gears, roller bearing. HOUSES - WATERERS Feed House, 8 x 12, on 6 x 6 runners, shingle roof. Brooder House, 10 x 14, double walls and floor. 2 - Utility Hog Waterers. 2 - Gas Burners for hog waterers, CULTIVATORS - DISCS - ETC. 15 ft. John Deere Straight Disc. 7 ft. John Deere Power Mower. 8 ft. John Deere Power Binder. 2-row quick-tach John Deere Cultivator. John Deere Side Delivery Rake on steel. John Deere 12' Spring Tooth Harrow. John Deere 20' Harrow, folding draw bar. John Deere 2-bottom Plow on steel. 14 ft. Cultlpacker. 8 ft. Ezee Flow Fertilizer Spreader. Bantam Schleld Stalk Cutter. Century 8-row Sprayer on chassis. 40 ft. King and Hamilton steel Corn Elevator with 12' spout. Stan Hoist Drive-on Jack. Victor Oat Seeder. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 7x14 Flat Rack. 300-gallon Gas Barrel, stand and hose, Hog Loading Chute on wheels. 2-way Hydraulic Cylinder, International. 2-way Hydraulic Cylinder, John Deere. Tap and Die set. Block and Tackle. John Deere Tire Pump. Electric Tool Grinder. Stone Boat. Road Drag. 2 - Tank Heaters. 5 • Heavy duty 16' Steel Gates. Log Chains. Creosote Posts and Woven Wire. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE Mr. Weber farmed 160 acres of land, so you will find this equipment in A-l condition and ready for field work, so if wanting good pieces of equipment, attend this sale. TERMS: Cash or see your banker. No properly to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents. JOHN F. WEBER, Owner Spencer Bros, and Ronald Peck Auctioneers Iowa State Bank Clerk 8OO EWES 2-3-4-5 YEARS OLD 15 HEAD PUREBRED HAMPSHIRE EWES 20 HEAD PUREBRED SUFFOLK EWES 400 Ewes to Lamb In Match 400 Ewes to Lamb In-April 20 PUREBRED HAMPSHIRE BUCKS From Iowa State College Flock 20 MEAT-TYPE GILTS To Farrow Jan. 15 Bred to Poland Boars From Oscar Anderson Herd. These gilts were selected from 300 head and will weigh 400 Ibs. by sale date •••••••••••i Auction Sale to be Held on FRIDAY, DEC. 17 at the ALGONA, IOWA SALE BARN Sale to start at 12:30 P.M. ALSO SOME MACHINERY AS FOLLOWS : - 300 Utility International Tractor with snow bucket and manure loader. - Heavy duty wagons and boxes - Ford Pickup Truck - Lubbell Field Chopper, used very little - I.H.C. Mower - Cattle Feeders each with 500 bu. capacity - Hog Feeders Sheep and Hay Feeders 5 to 6 Thousand BALES of ALFALFA and BROME HAY Jim Sharp of Sharp Sheep Co., Beaman, Iowa, will be here to handle any outside orders V. C SMITH, OWNER

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