Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 6, 1966 · Page 15
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 6, 1966
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.*.—._.. COMPLETE CLOSING OUT AUCTION «f Plumbing, Electrical, Healing, Television and Appliance Sleek , .L 'CATION: THOMPSON, IOWA In th» Ouftnset Building at Eriekso*'* Implement at the . M,". d L* h id « e °* thompMrt on Hiway No. 9 FOLLOW THE AUCTION SIGNS ON ... MONDAY,, JAN, 10, 1966 '* *)•' h?. wel1 v ? orfh mult Mill Be en time! fim « fo Everything °I? ER .~ Mise - ltem » — Plumbing end Heating Mtr— Electrical Items Appliance*, TV's. Used Appliances and TV's — New AUCTIONEERS' NOTE — Edwin is going out of business as he has taken a job'with Green County Electric Co-op. Every item listed will sell so be here and buy! DON'T MISS THIS SALE, EVERYONE! You can afford to leave your job or close your shop early! Remember, Monday, January 10, -1966 at 4:00 p.m. 19*5 CHEVROLET,PICKUP — % ton heavy duty, V-8 engine, radio, less than 3,500 acutal miles . . . a good one! 19*4 FORD PICKUP — % ton, V-8 engine with 4-Speed Transmission, Radio,'Utility Box and Ladder Racks . . . about 17,000 miles! 1960 CHEVROLET STATION WAGON — 6 pass., 4-door, V-8, Powerglide, All tuned up — A-l shape! BRAND NEW APPLIANCES — Admiral 26-ft. Chest Freezer; Ad miral 17-ft. Chest Freezer; Admiral 18-ft. Chest Freezer; 2 Admiral 15-ft. Upright Freezers; Hotpoint 11,500 BTU Window Air Conditioner; Hotpoint 14,000 BTU Window Air Conditioner (used only one month); Admiral 17-ft. Chest Freezer, demonstrator (has scratched top); 3 Hamilton Automatic Washers (still in carton); 3 Hamilton Automatic Dryers (still in carton); Hamilton Gas Dryer; Bruner All Automatic Water Softener (10,000 Grain). BRAND NEW,TV'S AND STANDS — Admiral 23" Maple Early American Console (black and white); 2 Admiral 23" Walnut Consoles (black and white); Admiral 23" Antique Walnut Console (black and white); Admiral 21" Portable, black and white; Walnut Stand for Portable TV; 5 Brass Roll Around Stands for Portable TV; 3 Roll Around Bases for Portable TV's; 19" Console Cabinet in Walnut. Many used TV Sets not listed! USED APPLIANCES — Frigiaire 30-inch Electric Range (A-l shape, 8 years old); Apartment Size Electric Range (good condition); Coldspot 12-ft. Refrigerator (good condition);-1965 Models Hotpoint Washer and Dryers (like new demonstrators — 15-pound Washers).. Many used appliances not listed! TOOLS, EQUIPMENT AND MISCELLANEOUS — Enclosed Camper type-Tjox to fit 8-ft. Style Side Pickup; 15 gallon, 200 pound air tank with hose; 75,000 BTU Queen Bee Farm Furnace, near new; 24-ft. Aluminum Extension Ladder; 28-ft. Aluminum Extension Ladder. SENCOR COLOR BAR GENERATOR, model CG126 — Used little. Admiral Degausing Coil; Hickok Tube Tester, good'condition; LP Gas Torch; LP Lead Furnace; Great Lakes Softener, 60,000 Grain, Semi-Automatic, good condition; Set of Stove Carts: Roll-Around TV Repair Stand; 2 Large Appliance Blankets with Straps; ICO Battery Eliminator and Charger; Victor 10 Column Adding Machine (A-l shape, subtracts, too); 2 20-inch Window Fans, one has never been unsed; New 20-inch Window Fan in Box; 2 7:00x15 6- Ply Snow Tires, fits %-ton. Chev. Pickup; 2 8:00x14 Snow Tires, brand new; Several good used tires, various sizes; Miscellaneous furnace duct fittings; Eavestroughs and fittings, Wiring supplies, Plumbing supplies; Several display islands, counters, shelving; One nice oak display counter, bottom storage. Smith Plumbing, Heating, Electric & Appliance Postmaster at Lone Rock for 42 years quits Lon* Roek — Mrs. Evelyn Earing has retired as postmaster at the Lone Rock post office after serving the community for over 42 years. She was appointed 4th.class postmaster October 10, 1923. Then on June 21, 1944 she became a 3rd class postmaster with the appointment being signed by Franklin Delano Roosevelt. She was checked out by Inspector Ogle of Waterloo on Dec. 28, 1965, and her retirement was 1965. effective Dec. 30, Ruby Dixon was appointed clerk in charge until an examination date for postmaster is set up by the Civil Service Commission Center of St. Louis, Mp. Mrs. Earing was preceded by Jessie Stebritz and Neva Edwards. Mail carriers while she was in charge were the late John Sprank and Fred Genrich, and the present carrier Hers- ohel Hartman. Mrs. Earing will be missed as jostmaster as she was always lelpful and willing to help tie a package up a little better if she thought it needed it. EDWIN SMITH, Owner THOMPSON, IOWA Auctioneers: Col. Roy B. Johnson, Buffalo Center; Col. Arnie Murra, Forest City; Col. Don Babbit, Conger, Minnesota Clerk: Peoples State Bank, Thompson, Iowa OFFICERS INSTALLED The Lotts Creek Aid met Dec. 10 for a Christmas party with pot luck dinner and guest day. The program was a read- ng by Mrs. Dick Kuecker. and Mrs. Ed Luedtke, A skit followed group singing. Secret >als were revealed with a gift exchange and new names were drawn. Installation of new officers was a part of the program. The program committee was Mrs. Art Zunrach, Mrs. ishecl basic training at Ft. Leonard Wood and. was .home for over Christmas. The Clair £61- lingers had as guests in his honor his aunts and uncles, the" Kenneth Bollingers, AJlefi Bol* lingers, George Bollingers, Hat" vey Bollinger and Mrs. Chas. Weisbrod, all of Fentofi. CHURCH MEETING The annual congregational meeting of the Presbyterian church will be held at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 9, following a pot luck dinner. Reports for ths last year will be given, and offi cers elected. The ; Rev. Albert Bullocks went to Lincoln, Neb. last week for two days at their daughter, the Dave Ludwigs. Their daugh ter Mrs. Ludwig and granddaughter, Melinda, returned with them. Their son Lester, student at Buena Vista, and daughter, Ellen, a teacher at Corning, also spent the holidays here. The Orville Grants, Dexter, were Tuesday guests of the Rev. Bullocks. The Rev. Bullocks and Lanny, Mrs. Dave Ludwig and Melinda, Ellen and Lester Bullock, and David Gade were Saturday guests of the A. A. Kruegers. The Jerry Wibbens spent part of the holidays with her parents, the George Longs, Bet> endorf. The sacrament of baptism vas administered Sunday at he Presbyterian church to Mrs. Rodney Priebe and to the ;wo children of the Rodney r'riebes, Rodney Arthur and Audrey Sherry. Pastor Benjamin Meyer was n town a few minutes Thursday enroute to Minneapolis as he had left his wife and daugh- ers at the home of her mother in Truesdale for a few days during the holiday season. The Gerald Radigs had the Radig Christmas dinner Dec. 26. Guests were the Donald Radigs, Wilfred Radigs, Roger Radigs, 'enson and Ruth Krueger. were also guests Christmas. ., Happy Homemaket's club met at Mrs. Clair Bellinger's for a Christmas party. All members were present. Gifts were exchanged and secret sisters revealed. Names were drawn for next year. The A. Tabakas, Garden Grove, Calif., C. M. Whitehill, ., ,The ;; (3uy?? Olson's, Monmoth / III, and the Orren Olsons were Ohfistfnas Eve- guests at Thor Olson's. Christmas the group was at Orren Olson's. Guests at Norman Holland's over Christmas weekend were the Mike Stoddards, Des Moines, Roselyn Rolland, Wauwato- Algona, and Claude Whitehill, I sa, Wis., and Dr. John Elverum Jr., Rendlyn, were callers at Mrs. Maude Blanchard's last Tuesday. The Tasker Johnsons, Springfield, Mo., were Wednesday callers at his aunt, Mrs. Maude Blanchard's. The Lester Schultzes, Nor- Wayne Boettcher, Mrs. Roy Bierle, Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger. The kitchen committee was Mrs. Edwin Wichtendahl, Mrs. Wilma Wichtendahl, Mrs. Al Willrett and Mrs. Harold Wolter. TO MASSACHUSSETTS The Clair Bollingers, Marilyn and Diane Vaske, Bancroft, took Pvt. Willis Bollinger this week to Des Moines where he took a plane for Ft. Devan, Mass, where he will be stationed for 16 weeks schooling. SOLDIER ASSIGNED Pvt. Willis Bollinger has fin Harold Grosses, Wayne Grosses, Lincoln, Neb., Michael Gross, Iowa City, Beverly Ner by, Forest City, the Dr. L. A. Henricksons, Armstrong, Glenn Berntsens, Paullina, Eugene Radig, Davenport, and Carolyn Kundel, Minden. The Gerald Radigs, Louis Seegebarths, and Karen Seege- barth, Mankato, were New Year's guests of the George Alkes, Titonka. Word has been received here by relatives that Ed Krueger, 73, of Rosseau, Minn., died Friday. He is a brother of Mrs. Chas. Morris, Mrs. P. M. Chris- folk, Va., stopped at Fredrick Schultz's overnight Tuesday and were guests of the A, A. Krue- gers. Dawn Schultz was also a supper guest. They had been to De Smet, S.D., to visit his mother, Mrs. Hulda Schultz. They left Wednesday and were uests of the Alfred Schultzes, }ttosen, leaving for their home Thursday. Bryan and David Meyer, Swea City, visited their grand- >arents, the A. A. Kruegers, iVednesday and Thursday. The Melvin Meyers, Swea City, and Arnold Meyers, Algona, were Thursday evening guests of the Kruegers. The Roger Madsens, Sheffield, and Chet Almes, Ottosen, were Thursday callers at Mrs. Maude Blanchard's. The Clair Bollingers had 500 party for their son, Pvt Willis Bollinger, his cousins, the Lloyd Bollingers, Wayne Bol- lingers and Georgia Marlow, all of Lone Rock, also the Norman Bollingers, Peter Koencks, Gene Teitzs, Marvin Bollinger and John Bollinger, Fenton, and the Willis Woodwicks, Algona. High went to Gene Teitz and Mrs. Norman Bollinger. Low went to John Bollinger and Georgia Marlow. Travel prize went to Marvin Bollinger. Christmas Eve guests at Dale Schroeder's were the Henry Schroeders and Ervin Klatts, Fenton. ihicago. Roselyn Rolland and Dr. Elverum also visited his parents in Faribault, Minn. L/Cpl. Don Nielson, son of the Herliev Nielsens, is spend- ng a 20-day leave at his home n Bode. He is with the marines at ElToro, Calif, and will return there Jan. 7. Guests Christ- nas were the Ron Nielsons, Tana, Rita Nielson and LeAnna Hansch, Des Moines, the Dwayne Benges, Bradgate, and Arthur Hampes, Bode. Wednesday evening the Nielsons visited Herliev Nielsen's parents in Pocahontas. Mrs. Viola Thompson had a pre-Christmas dinner Thursday with guests the Loren Ahl- richses, St. Louis, Seth Ame- lungs, Iowa City, and Leon Gan- gestads. The Larry Monsons joined other members of Mrs. Monson's family Christmas at her brother the Robert Painters, Ft. Madison. The Monsons returned home Sunday. The Levi Sweens returned Sunday after a week at their son the Kenneth Sweens, Colorado Springs. The Kenneth Sween's daughters home for he holidays were Anita, a Junor at Greeley, and Kathy, from Boulder college. Susan is a senor in high at Colorado Springs. The Kenneth Sweens are former Bode residents. The Burton Roods spent Jhristmas weekend in Lamoni with Mrs. Rood's parents, the Ben Barnes. The Garold Schult- zes, Humboldt also were in Lamoni. as the pe's and Mrs. Potter's were; Mrs. Daniel fi T6%nsvidck and Thelma, Hardy, the Dennis Shipmansj Los- -Aftgeict, •• afltl Mrs. Lily Viall, Winnebago. Jane Olson visited Wednesday to Friday at the pafeftidl Ronald Olsott's attd the AlHold Wigan's, Hardy, The Ronald ol< sons took Jane to ttes Moittei Methodist hospital nurting school Friday evening and Bert Gardner, Cowrie, retuftifid .-•-,td Bode with Olsons for the week* end. Christmas the Olsons, (lawa) were guests of the' daughter, the Arflaid Wigsiw;> fhe Marvin Kfofrfs Christmas weekend lit Chi«go vwth the th-etithe family- tod Jefaldine Krofrf. . . • Mrs. Don Bakken, Mr*,,, Ma* Jansen and Mrs. Don.AliW mis hostesses at a showef-f^f their niece, Nancy Jansen, Palmer, last week. , , 1-H'HMH! Ull I I I I 111 M I t I I I I I I II ! t 1 ! I I I I I I It I H < Horse Sense-and the Mustang Six Bode By Mrs. Roland M. Olson »»+*»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»+++ Dec. 19 the Olvin Bakken fa mily had a party at Wayne Wainrush's (Phyllis Bakken) Jefferson. From Bode were Ol vin Bakken, the Don Bakkens and Dick Bakkens. The Don Bakkens, Don Aures and Max Jansens were guests a Henry Jansen's, Humboldt, Dec 26. ./The ..Lerpy,.Engers,, ; had th Sunday'school teachers of their children after the program at St. Olaf Lutheran church Dec. 23. Guests were the Leonard Millers, Mrs. Floyd Torgerson, and Pastor Norman Johnsons. Guests of the Leroy Engers Christmas were the Lewis Bal- gemans, West Bend, Gene Andersons, Tipton, Don Fishers, Graettinger, and Mrs. Laura Enger, Bode. The Leroy Engers visited in Bricelyn, Minn., Dec. 30. The Engers formerly lived in Bricelyn. The Merritt Neals, Colorado Springs, were visitors Christmas week of Mrs. Neal's parents in Livermore, and with relatives and friends in Bode. The Mark Palmers, Dakota City, and Merle Opheims, Iowa City, were guests at the paren- You Can t Beat This Combination! • A GOOD ;; • A GOOD I don't know much about engines. If mine's smooth, powerful and gives great gas mileage, I'm satisfied. That's why I got a Mustang Six. tal Floyd Palmer's Christmas Eve and Saturday. The Rev. M. 0. Kraabel, Ce- The A. C. Rossings had guests Christmas evening Orville Owensens, Council Bluffs, Richard Rossings, Storm Lake, Conrad Rossings, Bode, Fred Frosts, Livermore, Don Schmeiders, Ft. Dodge, Marlin Frosts, Des Moines, Donald Frost, Ft. Dodge, and Mrs. Nora Quill, Bode. Gloria Hanson spent the Christmas weekend at the parental Art Hanson's home. The Hansons were Christmas Eve guests at Jennings Nielson's Humboldt, and the Hansons had guests Christmas day. The Han sons also talked by phone with their daughter, Mrs. Don Waddell, Tuscon, Ariz., and son the Jim Hansons, Falmouth, Mass. The Walter Bakkens had as guests Christmas Eve Mrs. Hilda nger, the Henry Engers, Malard, Ralph Larsons, Plover, loward Hemmestads and Dale lemmestad, Ft. Dodge, and jarry Lennings, Humboldt. The Larry Moes, Wheeling, 11., spent the New Years weekend at the parental Levi Sween's. The Arne Sorleins and Robert Hansons, Eau Claire, Wis., were visitors Christmas week at Dr. Qually's. Mrs. Belle Knutson, patient at Lutheran hospital for several months, is now convalescing at Ellens Nursing home in Ft. Dodge. Pete Espe visited recently with his brother, the Harold Espes, Deer Park, Wis. Mrs. Clayton Porter, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Lily Viall in Farmer Dryer AND Thermogas •• Mr. Ernest Hutchinson, Bancroft farmer pictured above, com- ;! •• pleted drying 15,000 bushels of corn last fall WITH AMAZ- \ '•'• ING RESULTS. He is just one of many Kossuth County '. '•'• farmers using a 1,000 gallon THERMOGAS TANK for his ! 1 - fuel. AND HE, LIKE MOST OTHERS, FINDS THERMOGAS " " AN ECONOMICAL METHOD OF FUEL FOR DRYING. If you are planning to purchase a dryer during 1966, remember — BUY A GOOD DRYER, and secondly, contact THER- MOGAS OF ALGONA for a free estimate on your fuel needs. '.'. You'll be happy you did — like many other Kossuth farm- Winnebago, returned to Bode with Mr. Espe. Visitors during You don't have to be an engineer to appreciate the Mustang Six. Just get comfortable in one of those deep-foam bucket seats, fire up that husky 200-cu. in. powerplant. . . and let yourself go. Nor do you have to be an investment banker to realize you've made a great buy. Standard Mustang Six luxury includes: all vinyl upholstery; plush wall- to-wall carpeting; padded instrument panel and many other extras at np extra cost, Sound sweet? Mustang makes lots of nice sounds, Optional stereo-sonic tape is one. Another is money jingling in your pocket, thanks to Mustang Six's meager appetite for gasoline. See for yourself. Stop in at your Ford Dealer's and test-drive America's runaway success car. ti MUSTANG SAVE NOW with th? new excise tax cut...SAVE NOW with Ford Dealer White Sale specials! it TAYLOR MOTOR CO. 320 EAST STATE STREET ALGONA, IOWA dar Rapids, and Gracia from Luther college, visited in Bode Wednesday. Mrs. Floyd Torgerson and Larry went to Hutchinson Minn., Friday to visit the Marlin Torgersons. Christmas they ac companied the Marlin Torger- sons to Glemvood, Minn., guests at Ingham Femrite's. The Fern- rites are Mrs. Marlin Torger- on's parents. Mrs. Torgerson md Larry returned Sunday. Larry Torgerson graduated •ecently from the Brown Insti- ute in Minneapolis and is work- ng at Collins Radio at Cedar Rapids as laboratory technician, spinning January 10. Keith Jenson, Cedar Rapids, visited in Bode Tuesday. He has position with Pittsburg Co. in tedar Rapids. The Harry Volzes, Arnolds Park, visited her mother and sister, Mrs. Martha Christianson and Edna Wednesday. Lewis Bergum was a guest at the Christianson home Christmas Eve. Weekend visitors at Vernon Tompkins' were the Bill May- hews, Rochester, Minn., Ginny Tompkins, Minneapolis, and Barb Tompkins, Des Moines. Other Christmas Eve guests were the Garry Krafts, Ottosen, Mrs. Sophia Engstrom, Humboldt, and Jerry Hawkins, Hardy. The same group were guests Christmas except the Garry Krafts who spent the Christmas with his family at Walter Kraft's, Renwick. Mrs. Ethel Tompkins, Humboldt, and Larry Dunlavy, Des Moin.es, the Christmas week at Pete Es- i > ers. THERMOGAS CO OF ALGONA Thermogas Phone 295-2841 South Phillips Street ALGONA :; Fuel Cost 1 7 per bushel IN BEHLEN DRYING TANK Yes, Ernest Hutchinson, Bancroft (pictured above) dried all his corn, 15,000 bushels, from 28% moisture to 12% and his total gas bill was $218. Ernie purchased his new BEHLEN DRYING TANK from the Taylor Implement Co. of Algona in 1965 and had it equipped with a 48" fan and 6-million BTU Burner! He invites anyone interested to stop in and look over his new unit. HE'S MIGHTY PROUD OF IT! Taylor Implement Co. ! 5-2467 "Your Grain Harvesting Headquarters' ALGONA

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