Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1967 · Page 12
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(lew*) Advance THURSDAY, NOV. 30,1967 Holiday Season Bring Jit Those DRAPES BLANKETS SLIP COVERS • . . for expert dry cleaning! Send us your formal and regular wardrobes, too . . . we'll return them freshly cleaned and pressed ready for company and festive season ahead. Send your laundry needs at the same time CALL ELK CLEANERS TODAY! FREE PICKUP AND DELIVERY the Ltdyard band at Mistiah chom tedyafd — Saturday about 50 members of the- Ledyafd school band and , choir went to Decdrah to hear the Luther College presentation of Handel's Oratorio "The Messiah". There were 900 Luther College students In the choir with a full orchestra who presented "The Messiah". Jt was considered to be one of the greatest choral pieces ever written and contains the famous "Halleluia Chorus". The Leon McCoys accompanied the gVoup to Dccorah. David Lee is the school music director here artel also accompanied the group. ef & Paul Catholic church fof the golden wedding of the Nick Schmallens, uncle and aunt. They ' were dinner guests at Earl Steven's. Burt Mn. George Haweott "Let One Cull Dolt All" Fraa Pickup and Delivery At Most Towns! ELK DRY CLEANERS 20 N. Dodge Algona, Iowa Phone 295-3447 The Lawrence Presthuses, and Mrs. George Manus were .guests Monday at Phil Puffer's in Corwith. Toclcl Eric, son of the Du- anc Dittmcrs was baptized Sunday at Good Hope Methodist church by Rev. M. C. Davies. Guests of the Ditt- iners were the Ray Drcmmels. Leonard Stenxels, Bert Baldwins, Arie Dittmers and Rev. M. C. Davies and family. \ The Larry Drcyers were guests Sunday at the Carl Reynold's. The J. D. Andrews, Mankato, spent the weekend at home antl were guests Thanksgiving day at William Broes- cler's. The Dean Andrews, Michael ScoMs and Armande \\\ere dinner guests Thursday at Dale Struthers and the J. D. Andrews were evening guests. There will be no school at Burt Dec. 4 because of Parent-Teacher conference. The school Christmas program will be given Dec. 14. The Dean Andrews, Henry Mertzes and the Dale Struth- i ers attended open house from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, at St. »;«a«:«^!«:^:«;«j^ aw«:»^j«j»^ How about a Christmas gift for the entire family ? * GIVE YOUR LOVED ONES THE PLEASURE OF A NEW COLOR TV BY Hcffff/rcrf Visit our store for a complete display of Admiral color television sets — many styles and screen sizes. Please EVERY MEM- BER of your family with ONE EXCITING GIFT ! Lone Rock Thq. Bernard Pettits left Satur«!9y for Arizona where they will spend the winter with Mrs. PettH's parents. Ladies from the Good Hope Methodist church held devo- lions at the two Good Samaritan Homes Friday afternoon. They were Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer, Mrs. Leonard Ditt* mor, Mrs. James Knoll, Mrs. Marvin Kueck. Guests Thursday for Thanks^ giving at Rodger Jensen's were the Dean Jergensons and Barbara, Dean Jergeri- sons Jr., and Jennifer, Algona; Roy Jensens, Tena Jensen, and the Frank Flaigs. Last Tuesday the Frank Flaigs and Earl Ackerman, Burst, visited Jim Ackerman, a patient at the Britt hospital . The Jim Thuls were here from Wednesday to Sunday visiting the Jack Quinns. The /Thuls are from Cedar Falls. Friday guests at the William Thuls, Whittemore were the Jim Thuls and the Jack Quinns. Guests at Wilfred Radig's were Mrs. Ted Vera, Buffalo Center and Mrs. Rose Rahm- stock, Lakota for Mrs. Raihm- stock's birthday. Mrs. Glen Householder and Mrs. Alvin Sparks returned 'home Wednesday after a week with the Paul Anglens, Omaha, Neb. The Walter Dackens were Thanksgiving guests at Ernie Mailman's, Burt. Ronnie Dacken who is attending Fort Dodge Community college has been home for the Thanksgiving holidays. Weekend guests at Lawrence Geitzenauer's were the J6hnny Geitzenaudrs and daughter, Clear Lake. Guests at Harlan Marlow's Thanksgiving were Harley Hutehinson, Tom Nemmers, Shirley, who .is working at Ames, Teresa, who is a student at Mankato State. ohufdi Sunday by Rev. L. C. Schumacher. The fttfitte Vft** kes werfe sponsors by {*o*y for Mr, ifld Mrs. Ralph Weber. Hie Hafold ftediftg* Spent the Thanksgiving weekend in Colorado Springs, Colo., with their daughters and Mn<iA' law, Janet Reding and the Dan Gidleys. The Robert A. Kruses, Port Wayne, hid., spent the Thanksgiving weekend here with Mre, rfrtw-'i pfcrente. St. Joe Mrs. Sylvostor Wagner the Syivefttef W«gnert, and in Miftintftofit Neb. with the paterta! John Knwes and other relatives and frtemh. Mary Lee Hartmeti, Eatrief- viile, and Sharotii Redifig went to the home of the latter's parents, the Alfred Ridings, for, Thanksgiving, Both are employed in Sioux City. Connie Sinnwell, DCS Moines, spent Thanksgiving week' end here with her parents, the .Joe Sinitwells: JoArui Moirtee, Spent tte Thanksgiving weekend here with her parent^ the Paul Erpeldings, Sdon and Peter. The Joseph A. Beckers and Jim Uriens were Thanksgiving guests at Larry Johnson's, The Joe Ringsdorfs and Midtaei* Cefttervilte, spent the Thanksgiving weekend at Raymond Kohlhaas'ft and Mrs. Wendel RingBdorfs, Burt. FARM At I have sold my farm and wUl mm* to town I will nit my personal property on the farm located9V4 miles North of SweaCttyontheblacktoponi SALE STARTS AT 12.30 PM GIFT IDEAS FOR GOOD HOME ENTERTAINMENT: + PORTABLE TV's - PORTABLE STEREOS + TRANSISTOR RADIOS + CLOCK RADIOS - AM-FM RADIOS + STEREO CONSOLES t TAPE RECORDERS + ANTENNAS ELECTRONIC SPECIALTIES 616 Diagonal Algona, Iowa The^svRaymond&•£ ^ _^.^ family had as guests Sunday' for the baptism of Charles William Dodds, son of the Dean Doddses, Algona. Jean ] Ann Dodds, Algona, and Allan Kohlhaas, St. Joe, were sponsors for their nephew, Charles William, in St. Cece- ;.lia's Catholic church, Algona;; Sunday. Attending the dinner , were the Dean Dodds, Debbie, ! Murl and Lori, William Dodds- es, Linda and Jean, Algona, K. L. Kohlhaases, John Thuls, Howard, Marvin and Allan Kohlhaas. Relatives from here attended the funeral Friday morning at 11 a.m. in Sacred Heart Catholic church in Waseca, Minn., for Mrs. Anna Reding Weydert, a sister of John B. Reding and Frank Reding from here. Mrs. John Weydert, Algona, and Mrs. . Bernard Devine, Crystal Lake, The Joseph Beckers, Mary . and Lori, and Jim Larsens, Terry and Larry, were guests last Sunday at Don Besch's : and Stephen in Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Besch is the former Norma. Becker, daughter of the Joseph A. Beckers and sister of Mrs. Larsen, Elizabeth Mary McGuire, daughter of the David McGuires, born November 16 was baptized in St. Joseph's IEGAL NOTICES IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA IN RE ASSIGNMENT OF QUALITY MANUFACTURING COMPANY, AN IOWA CORPORATION, FOR th« BENEFIT OF CREDITORS. LAW NO. 1980S NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO THE CREDITORS OF QUALITY MANUFACTURING COMPANY, AN IOWA CORPORATION, in Bancroft, Iowa. You and each of you are hereby notified that on the 20th day of October, 1967, Quality Manufacturing Company, an Iowa corporation, with principle business cstabJisr^nent at Bancroft, Iowa; made an assignment of all of its property to the undersigned, Eldon J. Winkcl, as assignee for the benefit of its creditors in proportion to the amount of their respective claims, which assignment was duly recorded on the 20th day of October, 1967, in the records of the County Recorder, Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa, and also filed in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the State of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County, Iowa, on the 23rd day of October, 1967, as provided by law. You are hereby notified that the law requires you as such creditor to file your claim against said Quality Manufacturing Company in the office of the Clerk of the District Court at Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa, and said claim must be made under oath and filed with said Clerk within three (3) months after the first publication of this notice. Dgte of the first publication is October 26, 1967. Eldon J. Winke! Eldon J. Winkel, Assignee 101 N. Hall Street Algono, Iowa 50511 Published in the Algona Kossuth Cqunty Advance, Algona, Iowa Oct. 26 and Nov. 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30, 1967 Trnrlnrs .llUUlUlal Allls Chalmers D-17 tractor, wide front end, power steering in extra good condition. Bought new in 1961; Formal! B tractor with new tires Black Fict Sheep 9 Purebred Registered suffalk, . ewes coming with second lambs; 13 Suffalk ewes; 1 Registered Suffalk buck from Hie Warrick blood line; Buck turned with ewes Nov. 1; These are real fancy sheep Power Machine.? AllisChalmers4-rowcultivator for D-17, rubber wheels and rota shields; . New Stan-Hoist loader and snow bucket for Allls D-17; Allis Chalmers no. 99 combine, late style pickup, straw chop- •• per, rear elevator; 2 new canvases for 99; Allis Chalmers 13 ft. wheel tandem disc, greasiest bearings; John Deere 494 planter, large boxes, disc openers, off-set fertilizer, large fertilizer boxes. All in perfect condition. Oliver Raydex 3-19 in. plow, new type trip bottoms; John Deere heavy duty 4-row rotary hoe; 2IU picker, grease bank & blower mounted on F-20 with new sleeves and pistons, to be told as a unit; Continental 9-row trailer type weed sprayer; New Idea semi mounted power mower; John Deere 4-bar side delivery rake; 4 Section lever flexable. drag with folding steel evener; Kcwanee 15 ft. straight disc; McCormick Deering endgate seeder; Knowles wide tred farm trailer, aood tires and wood flare box; Electric farm trailer, good tires and wood flare box; 800 bales conditioned 1st cutting alfalfa hay; 50 bales red Clover hay ; 80 bales straw; All in barn Miscellaneous Clipper No. 2 fanning mill with electric motor; Johnson 10 horse outboard motor, good; Heat houser for Allls D-17; 6 wheel weights for Allit; Hydraulic cylinder; 32 ft. extension ladder; Sickle grinder and air compres- ser on line shaft with elect. .. motor; Bench vise; Post drill; 2—'/4 inch electric motors; Vt inch electric motor; Hanger for 2-M picker to fitM tractor; f Power lawn mower; Forks, scoops, etc.; Many small items;, 12 x 14 good brooder house; No Property Removed Until Settled For UlUOl AVCttOI TtllU Not Responsible For Accidents Arnold Me Farland,owner Chaa. Quinn & Clair Clark — Auctioneers , Swea City State Bank ^ Clerk PUBLIC I hove sold my form and will held a public auction on the farm located 3 miles N, 3 miles E end Vi S of lurt, or 1 mile W, 4Vi miles S of Titonka or 4 miles S, 3 miles E and Vi mile S of Bancroft on • WED., DEC. 6th 12* MACHINERY 3 TRACTORS 3 1957 McCormick Modal 499 Cat Tractor Hat boon completely overhauled with power pock. Converted to 12 V, lyitem. 1949 McCormick Modal H, Good. 1949 John Opera A, Goad raar 4 ply tira». Power Machinery McCermick 15 ft. •traifht disc. John Deere heavy duty 4 row rotary hoe. John Deere 20 ft. f leiible drag. John Deere 490-4 row planter, lore,a boxes, round tongue, with offset fertiliser attachments, big fertiliser boxes. John Deere plow 555 3-14 in, bottoms. John Deere 46 ft. alavator with overhead hoist and speed jock. New Idea stalk shredder. Dunhem 15 ft. land roller Speedy sprayer mounted on 2 wheel trailer Terfehr 3 bottom stubble turner mount* under tractor. New Idea wagon with Lindsay, Steel f lore bo» with 2 inch wood floor. McCormick wagon with weed flare box. Wooden wheel wegon with flare box. 1-Hoy loader, 1-New Idea Side Reke. 3M.H, picker with flreovo bonki, with 499 M mounting*. McCormick 7* combine, with Hume Root and Scaur clean. McCormick 13 ft. Tandem ditc. McCormick 7 ft. mower. John Deere 409—4 raw cultivator. H«at HouHt far 490 tractor, 2-I.H.C.whMlw«i«liH. $at af tractor cbaint 19 > If, $«t of truck cb«ini. 199 f dif ••! barral hot* and vtand. W3I.H.3/4TnPkkof N«w Nrtt ry, l*w milfaf 0 John Oaart 9 way Hydraulic Cylinder with U>a^*r, combination McCormick 8 H. binder windrowf r, McCormick 999 »pr«od«r. Good. McCormick 19 ft. fi«ld cultivator on rub- Farm jack, BOfr drill, bif viw, boncn 9 rin- dfr, corn* nt (109 troufhi, J-J ft, ttatl trouyni, chick* n ftodart and wa- So-t aood rooU **4 mny irticlfi too Tf RMS: Cash, or make arrange****** with clerk before tajh. NO •roaaity to be removed until wttlfd far. No* ..»BOH».»|* for eccide** tkouM fSyaccw;*^ ' * lfpi>i- JAKE SMITH. Owner AUCTIQNI W$: jyrt (avwa«

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