The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 22, 1967 · Page 18
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Wednesday, November 22, 1967
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6-Afflona, (la.) Upper Des Maine* Wednesday, Nov. 22, 1967 THE PERFECT FULL-TIME ^CHRISTMAS GIFT. . , for better home entertainment - with cable television. <,7 CHANNELS (ALL MAJOR NETWORKS) .?• WITH CLEAR, CRISP RECEPTION '•'-.'''•' f f!f" wake TV more enjoyable with ^Variety of program choice. CABLE TV. Phone Fenton 889-2277 LEROY JACOBSEN Appearing For Your Entertainment: - "THE EXCITERS" - SATURDAY, NOV. 25 BERNIE'S RECREATION FENTON Thanksgiving Day Smorgasbord 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Roast Turkey and Dressing and Baked Ham Complete Dinner. Choice of salad and choice of dessert. All you can eat for $1.50 per person. Fenton Cafe | I Seneca Stars Plan Christmas Party Dec. 9 SENECA - The Seneca Stars met at the home of Debra Nyman Saturday with 13 members in attendance. Roll call was answered with members telling which 4-H goals each had reached this year. A report was made that the group had earned $27 for gleaning corn at the Lyle Englands. The group planned a Christmas party which will be held Dec. 9 at the home of Denise Votteler. Plans were also made to visit nearby rest homes shortly after the Christmas holidays. The following talks and demonstrations were given: Joy Andre, selecting a proper vase for flowers; Barbara Andre, search of true beauty; Anna Menz, care of furniture; and Ann Fortney, how to select and purchase towels. Ann also talked on furniture styles. Sheila Madden was a guest. - o - BLAKJER WOMEN The Blakjer Lutheran Church women held their Treasure Chest Ingathering at the church Thursday with Mrs.EdnaJohannesenin charge of the program. Two skits were presented, "Where Your Heart Is" with Mrs. Johannesen, Mrs. Elmer Krause, Mrs. Ted Jensen, and Mrs. Curtis Olsen, with Mrs. Henry Looft as narrator. The second skit, "The Missing Treasure Chest" was presented by Mrs. Edna Johannesen and Mrs. Raymond Bergum. Mrs. Ted Jensen was elected to serve on the ways and means committee and Mrs. August Nelson will have charge of clothing for charities. Bible study was presented by Mrs. Elmer Krause. A pot-luck lunch was served by the ways and means committee, Mrs. Fred Johannesen, Mrs. Olaf Oftedahl and Mrs. Elmer Krause. The December meeting will feature Christmas presented by the officers of the group. Mesdames Henry Wilberg, Henrietta Thompson and Julia Thompson will host the event. - o - 4-H MEETING Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H Club met at the home of Darrell, Douglas and Arlen Nyman Monday evening. Members present answered roll call by telling of their Thanksgiving Day plans. The group made plans to attend a theatre party as a group and also hold a Christmas party at their December meeting. Kossuth County Fair checks were distributed to the members. Arlen Nyman gave a talk on the value of fall fertilization. Dennis Wilberg and Randy Cyphers will be December hosts. - o AUCTION !m V. MACHINERY INTERNATIONAL 460 TRACTOR IN GOOD COND, INTERNATIONAL "M" TRACTOR INTERNATIONAL "B" TRACTOR 1964 INT, 91 Self prop, Combine,Hume Reel-Robot control-10" header in good cond, International 37 Tandem Disc International 4-14* #60 plow 2 Int, 448, 4 row cultivators International 18' Disc International #27 mower International #200 manure spreader Int, 2 row cultivator tor "B" tractor 1 Wood flare box wagon & trailer with hoist 1966 Stan Hoist 52* elevator with truck hopper International 2 ME Corn Picker 1966 International Hay Rake 1962 International 450 Corn Planter with Pert, atch, Self Propelled Haggle Sprayer 11 row hyd. controls Four & Three bottom stubble cleaner Schultz 4 row rotary hoe 1 steel flare box wagon & trailer with hoist International Loader with snow bucket International Endgate Seeder Viking Hammer Mill Noble 5 sec. drag 10' binder M I S C E LLANEOUS Electric fence posts WEED sprayer, 7 row Heat Houser to (It M & 460 tractors 2 automatic hog waterers Cattle water tank Cattle hay bunks Cattle feed bunks 20 It. Chicken feeders & waterers BROODER stove Electric fencer Rollaway chicken nests Chicken wire 180 amp. Forney welder TRACTOR RADIO Pamllne #150 cattle oiler 2-300 gal. gas barrels on stands International wheel weights Electric cook stove 2 mall boxes on stands Many other articles too numerous to mention B U I I D I N G S 6 Pen Hog House Brooder House 10' Walk-in Hog Feeder Creep Feeder for 40 .calves 500 BALES ALFALFA HAY 200 BALES OF STRAW 500 PUUETS -Beckord B 300 TERMS: USUAL AUCTION TERMS, NOTHING TO BE REMOVED UNTIL SETTLED FOR NOT RESPONSIBLE IN CASE OF ACCIDENTS GARY HUBERTY Lloyd Berkland S Nwnan Bortvit -Auctioneers Cylinder State Bank, Clerk Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mundt and family, Mllford were Sunday dinner guests at the Raymond Ber* gums. The women are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hannisch and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hannisch of Fairmont attended the wedding of the former's nephew, Roger Hartley, and Mary Ellen Hopkins at Rolfe Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jacobsen and family of Maynard were week end guests at the paternal Curtis Olsens. Mr. and Mrs. Olaf OftedaM visited their daughter and family, the Donald Dokkens, Waltham, Minn., Tuesday evening and Wednesday. They attended a Lutefisk supper as pests of their daughter and family Tuesday evening at the Waltham Lutheran church. The Terry Jacobs of Eagle Grove were weekend visitors at the Olaf Oftedahls. Mr. and Mrs. August Nelson had as dinner guests a week ago Thursday the former's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown, Mason City, also Mrs. Nellie Thorson of Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Oftedahl spent Sunday with their daughter and family, the Bruce Hills, Webster City. WATCH OUT lor this valuable card coming soon in your mail. It will tell you about the Free gifts from KNIPCO the original farm heater Free . . . just for coming by our store. A copy of the 1968 Old Farmers Almanac... The original farmers almanac. Also Free . . . with the purchase of any size KNIPCO •'arm heater Your choice of Hammond's World Atlas or Hammond's Encyclopedia of Plants. Pets and Animals A $25.00 Value. KNIPCO, the original farm heater, has five powerful models from which to choose. WEISBRODIMP. FENTON, IOWA SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Ftrttofl luilftti* A Profrtilona! Dirtetery FEIINDLY FlNtON iNViTJS YOU FENTON PRODUCI - Lloyd Suttdi Ooldtn Sun N*dt GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Ptnien, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building * Rtmodtling PHONE 889-2211 Ftnton, Iowa Dr. I, W. Ruikd OINTIIT OffUt Phtn* II9*U4I fttildtnt* 119.235) , low* FENTON DRUG R.C.A. D««ltf T-V Salt* A Strvlet Phont 119-2713 =RIENDLY TONJ OPEN HOUSE - NOV. 30 10 to 5 FREE COOKIES AND COFFEE CLEARANCE SALE 10 to 5 FREE COOKIES AND COFFEE REGISTER FOR FREE TURKEY ! Gigantic Clearance Sale of 1967 Westinghouse Appliances and Fodder Air Conditioners. Due to the cool summer we are stuck with 45 Fedder's Air Conditioners. We CANNOT carry i these over till next summer, so we MUST SELL them and sell them we will at COST. The long range Forecast for a long hot summer — don't be caught short and suffer thru it — buy now at cost and be ready — Don't pay next year higher* prices. FEDDERS AIR CONDITIONERS Reg. Clearance retail price 20,000 BTU's $379.95 $244.00 16,000 BTU's $309.95 $204.00 14,000 BTU's $279.95 $184.00 12,000 BTU's $259.95 $168.00 10,000 BTU's (Super) $259.95 $176,00 10,000 BTU's $229.95 $152.00 Hotpoint Water Heaters, (52 gallon) $ 59.95 (10 year warranty - quick recovery) Presto Humidifiers $ 59.95 WESTINGHOUSE APPLIANCES Reg. Clearance retail price Model DEH450 Dryer $173.95 $149.95 (Plus we will give $12.50 Installation allowance plus $10.00 Gift Certificate to Customers of Iowa Electric only) Model DEH550 Dryer $189.95 $149,95 (Plus Installation allowance and Gift Certificate) Model LTH550 Washer $259,95 $189.95 Model EDB14Dehumidifier __$ 89.95 $ 59.37 Model RJH43 Aqua Refrig. . $319.95 $229.95 Model RJH61 White Refrig. _ $329,95 $239,95 Come in and get acquainted with our new home economist Miss Kay McCoy who will be on hand all day to help you with any problems you may have with the new permanent press clothing, washing or drying - and if you plan on a new kitchen talk your ideas over with her, So stop in at your instant enjoyment center November 30th. IOWA ELECTRIC LIGHT &POWIR to ARMSTRONG, IOWA

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