S,een at the ALGONA By T, H, The Train had a few strikes against it but.it was still an exciting and suspense filled motion picture in my book. It was too long for one thing, the sieiider plot wore quite thin at times and the whole idea was slightly fantastic and improbable. .'• ''••;'• ••.• '; ! ''' tn some instances, the Usual* ly efficient Germans seem almost infantile in their effort* to stop the 'train, being confused by what would seem to be a rather simple solution. Biit notwithstanding these deficiencies in the plot structure, DAIRY AUCTION As I have decided to quit milking, I. will sell my dairy cows ' and equipment on the farm located from 169 and 18 junction at Algona, 4 miles east on 18, 4 miles south arid l'/4 miles east, or from Sexton, 4 miles south and 1% miles west or 4 miles east of 169 arid Irvington corner, 1 mile north and IVi miles east. , '<' • ' Thursday, Feb. 24 10 A.M. 33 HIGH GRADE HOLSTEINS 23 Cows and 10 Brad Heifers No. 38 Sally 6 yr. Due by sale day No. 26 Whitey 6 yr. Due soon after sale day No. 13 Liicy 6 yr. Fresh Nov."28 — Bred back in January No. 12 Roany 6 yr. Due about sale date No. 17 Susie 6 yr. Due about sale .date ; No. 21 Ruby 6 yr. Due about sale date No. 22 Kate 6 yr. Due soon after sale dav No. 30 Mabel 5 yr-Freth Aug.9 — Br.d back in November : No. 31 Myrtle, 4 Vrl bueisoon*fter^ia^-;-'' : -'^ r " .^' J ' No; 39 Dottie 5 y^^reshNbkl^-r-Bred back in January No. 33 Pat 5 yr. Due. by sale day No. 40 Connie A yr. Due before sale day No. 43, Jane 4 yr s Fresh Aitfl. 14 —, Bred in October No. 44 Beauty 4 yr. Due before sale day No. 45 Queen 5 yr. Due by sale day No. 46 Peggy 4 yr. Due about sale time No. 47 Vickie 5 yr. Due about sale time No. 49 Pansy 2 yr. Fresh Oct. 5 — Bred in December No. 13; Lady 6 yr. Fresh Aug. 15 — Bred in November No. 15 Elsie 6 yr. Due in March No. 27 Linda 5 yr. Due in March No. 34 Bess 6 yr. Fresh Sept. 15 —Bred in November No. 37 Betsy 5 yr. Fresh July 30 — Bred in October 10 Heifers about 2 years old turned with bull December 10 Most'of these cows are C.V. and now T^B. and'Bangs'tested to go anywhere'. , These cpwsUafe in good farmer condition and most of them will be either just fresh or close springers by sale day; They show size and strength. Milk production records will be furnished day of sale. EQUIPMENT 300 gallon DeLaval Speedway bulk milk cooler used only 3 years; Later style Surqe S.P. 11 pump, 3 years old; 3 latest style large Surge buckets; 10 gallon electric water heater; Stewart Clipmaster cow clippers; 2 Surge galvanized wash vats. TERMS: Cash, or make arrangements with clerk before sale. : No propertyt to be>removedcuntil settled fofi"-Not resporfsible for accidents should any occur. JOE NVIS, Owner CLERK ~ The Security State Bank, Algona AUCTIONEERS — Quinn and Leek ' PUBLIC AUCTION Due to the death of my husband, the late Martin Krapp, we will sell the following described personal property on the farm located 1 mile west of Bancroft cemetery, then l'/i mile south or 4 miles north of Burt on 169, then 1 mile west and % mile north on Wednesday, Feb. 23 1 P.M. H. M. MACHINERY 1954 M. M. Model ZB tractor, overhauled last year, good tires. M, M. Model J tractor with 2 row cultivator 1955 M. M. 12-ft. windrow* er. hydraulic lift Heathouser for ZB M. M. 18-ft. disc M, M. 15-ft. disc M, M, 2-row pull type picker M. M. 4-wheel spreader OTHER MACHINERY New Idea 52-ft. elevator Myers drive-on hoist Kovar 4-section lever flexible drag Victor endgate seeder New Holland farm trailer, wood flare box High wheel wagon and straight box 2-wheel trailer with stock rack 12 x 38 tractor chains 10Q gel- 9«» barrel and hose 70 gal. hog waterer Steel water tank, new last year Weed chopper electric fencer 12 telephone poles Chicken feeders and water* ert 12 hoa pam 3—10-ff. wooden hog trouqhs Some lumber, mostly 8-ft, rough boards Colenujn oil burner Hood bench vise Some small tools, etc. Eclipse, 21 in. power lawn mower 4—AUONA (jow«) ADVANCE MONDAY, FEB. 21, 1966 About 300 bales alfalfa hay in bfrn About 300 bales straw in barn BUHDIW 10 x 1$ ft. brooder house TERMS: Cash, or make arrangements with clerk before sale. No property to be removed until settle^ for. Not responsible for accidents should any occur. Margaret Krapp CLERK — Farmers & Traders Savings Bank AUCTIONEERS — Quinn and Clark The, Train is a most fascinating movie which keeps you on the edge of ydiir seat for almost the entire two hours. " For, one thing, the plot is ba^ sed on an actual incident arid while the general difference between actuality and idealism is often somewhat confused, this does not concern the average movie goer. The German says "Beauty belongs to the man who can appreciate it", while Lancaster puts it in a different light, "it's our national heritage—the glory of France" says Lancaster. All this is of little consequ-. ence or concern to the man who is fascinated by the ; thrilling train sequences—the 50-second bombing scene achieved by 140 charges of dynamite', nine cameras, several dozen expendable locomotives and box cars. I hope you saw-and enjoyed The Train as much as this old train lover. It rated high with me. : Those of you who saw the Hustler (I didn't) might be somewhat disappointed in the Cincinnati Kid which comes to the Algona this week beginning Sunday, the 20th thru Wednesday, the 23rd. The Hustler was based on a pool table while the Cincinnati Kid features the ancient game of poker. But it ought to be good .entertainment and my, advice; is,^'Go ;and see It features Steve McQueen, Edward G. Robinson and two stunning girls in the persons of Ann-Margaret and Tuesday Weld. I'll tell you about the March calendar next week. Feb. 16 and all voted on thm members to reCedVfe membership pins. Life membership pins went to Lurena Soderwsfg, Edith Chipman, Stella Geesman, Lulu Hawcott, Helen Vogel, Edna Smith, Lorraine -Campney, Beth Miller, Benita Mitchell, Mary Jean Andrews, Lefie Me Mullen, Karen Da vies and Jenny Riebhoff. The pre-school meeting Portland MM. Victor fitch e»»e»»«»eeeeeeeeeeee«»»e The Portland Progress Club met Thursday afternoon, Feb. 17, in the home of Ethel Smith f or ] with Myrtle Zwiefel assistant Burt Mrs. George Hawcott Mrs. Kenneth Sarchet turned home the first of the week from Iowa. City where she had been days. a patient several A dinner for birthdays of C. B. Chipman, Richard Chipman and Dean Hendrickson was held Sunday at the Cunningham Tea Room. Present were the Myron Chipmans, Ames, Richard Ch'ipv mans, Shirley Marlow, Bancroft, the Roger Hendricksons, Algona, Lawrence Ghipmans and C. B. Chipmans. The afternoon was spent at C. B. Ch^ntttt's. 1 '* John Spear .went to the. University hospital, Idwa City; Monday for x-rays and tests. The Myron Chipmans, Ames, were weekend guests at C. B. Chipman 's. parents of children entering hostess. Mrs. Cletus Zwiefel kindergarten in the fall of 1966 will be held at Burt school at 7:30 p.m. March 15. The child must be 5 by Sept. 15. The Donald Mitchells \yill attend a dinner at Mason City Feb. 21 sponsored by the Waters Electronic Co. Swea City gets '19,791 for federal projects Three projects for the Swea City Community School under the Federal Eiementary-Seconr dary Education Act have been approved by the Department of Public Instruction Supt. Edward Stewart announced recently." They are $6,255 t'or Reading, $6,567 for English and $5,464 for Mathematics. The reading project is remedial reading for gradesv3-7 and is now in operation. Mrs. Lorimer Bjorklund is the instructor. The other two projects will start soon. The English project is remedial English in grades 7-11 and the Math project is' for the 12th grade applied Business Mathematics Course taught-: by Mr. Wayne Baker. Mrs. James Wolters will teach the English class. The total gra'nt for the three projects is $18,286. Most of this ' will be spent for equipment and materials namely, desks, Over-, lead, projectors, movie' machine, movie screens, record pliayer, ;ape recorder, 8 calculators, library books, text books and instructional supplies. ' Swea, City was allotted $19,- 79i under this Federal program. This^was based on. the number of children 'from families with income below $2,000 on the I960 census. The money is granted only after a detailed description of the pjroposed program is submitted and then approved, by the Department .of Public Instruction. Neighboring schools had the following allocations: Lakota, $34,059; Ledyard, $15,418; Sen : took Myrtle Zwiefel's place as assistant hostess. A Valentine poem was the roll call, answered by fourteen members: Ella Lampe, Arlene Wood, Mary Rasmussen, Hazel Steven, Arlene Marlow, Linda Meister, Eva Shipler, Sarah Stewart, Grace Trenary, Viola Becker, Edifli Ja.ndl, Hilma Carlson, Vefa Fitch and Ethel Smith. Vivian Dutton and Mrs. Cletus Zwiefel and daughter were guests. A song was sung, "Battle Hymn of the Republic". Ella Lampe and Myrtle Zwiefel each received a gift from their Secret Sister. Stella Wiskus, who has been in the hospital, also received a gift. Our chairman sta- ted'that March 18 was the dead line for signing up for the sewing lessons. A vote was taken and passed to give $2.00 toward the Easter Seals. The meeting was turned over to Arlene Wood. She presented us with the lesson, "Planned Storage for the home", which was very nteresting. Edith Jandl and Ariene Wood were in charge of fun time. A delicious lunch was served by the hostesses. The next meeting will be held Thursday afternoon, March 17, in the home of Vera Fitch with Eva Shipler assistant hostess. Mrs. Kenneth Sarchet returned, home Sunday from Iowa City, after having a kidney stone dissolved. She was very fortu nate in not having to have SUr- gefy. Sfte 14 getting along fine, at this time, Harold Elmers, P. W. Marlow and Donald Weber were among those who attended a Northrup King seed meeting at Trelors at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch, Judy Fitch, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Grosser and Mr. and Mrs. Tinv er Harms spent Thursday eVe- ning and were luncheon guests in the Dwight Ruse home, in honor of the wedding anniversaries of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Ruse and Mr. and Mrs/ Victor Mr. and Ma M; J< tjrutikhili left Sunday afternoon for Win- Hebagti, 111. where they will vi& it Mr. and Mrs. David Weston and Brick. Mrs. Weston is the former Deioris Trtihkhill Mr. and Mrs. Richard Trunk hill and family, Mr, and Mrs. Jack TrunkhiU and son and Ca« therine TrunkhiU Were Sunday evening supper guests in the Tony Jandl home. "If we love only the people who love us, what credit is that?" Connected er Corrected UTT "JIM UTff ELECTRIC Phone 295-222S Dollar Day will be observed Feb. 28 at the Burt elevator, door prizes, free coffee and doughnuts from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Winning candy at .Vogels' were Selina Clifton, Dorine Pettis, Dean Culbertson, Charles Schrader, Meta Gifford, and Walter Sorenson, Fortnightly Club will meet March 4 instead of Feb. 25 as that is the day of world prayer services. Circles of the W.S.C.S. met Be a winner for a FREE trip to Mexico City for a The list is growing — in fact we have a list of names on Feb. 14 of 3 more than were eligible in all of 1965. So this means people are buying more new equipment from Taylors in 1.966 — Remember our 1966 eligibility list includes New Combines, Steel Buildings, 'Grain Tanks, New' Corn Heads, New Case Tractors, Drying Units, and MC Continuous Flow Dryers — So See Taylors Now — By buying early you can save on price increases and receive guaranteed delivery. TAYLOR CO. "Your Grain Harvesting and Drying Headquarters" ALGONA . VmVmV S.' mVm V m 'J m ' m V m V^ f X."** Wai, $31,757; Titonka, $32,908; Burt, $11,736; Algona, $41,193; and Armstrong, $25,314. TRUCKERS We have the Truck Operalor'a Triplicate Freight Receipt Books to comply with Rule MT-54 of the Iowa State Commerce Commission. — SOLD BY — ADVANCE PUBLISHING CO. Algona, Iowa COMPLETE CLOSING OUT HOUSEHOLD GOODS AUCTION Due to the death of the late Dora Bierttedt we will cell all of her personal property at the home located at 611 East Oak Street, ALGONA, IOWA, on Saturday. Feb. 26th ALGONA, IOWA Zenith 21" Television Set Table and four chairs (new) Studio Couch Foot Stool (new) Chair (rocker) 2 old wooden Rockers End Table and Lamp (new) Floor Lamp Copper Bpi|er Grace Chine (made in Japan) Miscellaneous Pictures Pillows 3 Clocks Luggage Old Chair Ironing Board 5 Crocks Set of China and serving pieces Goblets and glasses with matching pitcher Miscellaneous Tools Matching Box Spring and Mattress Three Piece Blende Bedroom. Set SALE STARTS 1:30 P.M. Sewing Machine New Electrolux Tank Type Vacuum Sweeper Freezer and Refrigerator — RCA Model HJS—143 Whirlpool Automatic Defrosting 2 Tubs Breakfast Sets and 2 Chairs Monarch Electric Range Norge Wringer Type Washing Machine ANTIQUES Old Buffet Very old Edison Cabinet Victrola Old Clock Slates Water Pitcher and Bowl China Pot (2) Books — Vases — Trunk Spoon Bowl V? Dozen Glasses 2 Sugar and Creamer Sets Old Trunk frpm Germany Lantern TERMS: Usual auction term,s, Nothing To Be Removed Until Settled For. Dora Bierstedt - Estate Lloyd BerkUnd— Auctioneer Red Madsen— Clerk You can dry anything, anytime, in a new all-weather gas clothes dryer. Clothes dried In a gas dryer smell good always, Makes owning a gas dryer lika and fresh and sweet. Like outdoors, That's owning your own supply of nice spring because a gas clothes dryer has the clean days. .See your local gas company blue flame. It keeps the inside of the .' „. Gas makes the big djf« dryer fresh, clean, and moisture-free ference. (Costs less, too,) See our NORGE Clothes Dryers today! NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY 5-24W "Complete LP ft Natural Gas Service"
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